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gusty winds a lot of power outages across much of the area the storm system is now making its way up here toward scandinavia now we are picking up a few more showers across parts of central europe we do have a frontal boundary that is coming down across this area this is going to give us some severe weather over the next few days we're going to be watching that very carefully but also the winds are going to continue here across much of northern germany denmark as well as poland as well temptress london though here on tuesday we are looking at about 20 degrees things to get worse as we go towards wednesday would you pick up a lot more rain a lot more winds temp just coming down to about 18 degrees there also we are going to see some very rainy and stormy conditions out here across much of eastern europe all the way down here across the balkan peninsula and those storms could be quite severe at times down here towards the southeast though the temperatures are still quite warm we're talking athens at $35.00 degrees and also istanbul at about 38 where across the northern part of africa we are looking at temperatures coming down for tunis study about 35 degrees here on tuesday but by the time we get towards
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again undermined with the top stories on al-jazeera argentina's currency has collapsed after president receiver makris shop defeat in sunday's presidential primary the paso fell might by more than 30 percent against the dollar but has since partially recovered. in an exclusive interview with al jazeera iran's foreign minister has accused the us of leading a military buildup in the strait of hormuz that could destabilize the region. and saudi arabia is offering its full support to yemen's government off the southern separatists took effect to control the port city of aden the saudi king and crown prince held talks with leaders from the u.a.e. and yet. one of the world's busiest travel hubs has been paralyzed the hong kong anti-government protests has occupied the international airport more than $100.00 outgoing flights were cancelled the increasingly violent protests
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a plunge the chinese rule territory into its most serious crisis in decades what the bride has more from hong kong. as word spread on social media to target hong kong's airport thousands answered the call the roads around the terminal building quickly became jammed with many protesters completing the journey on foot. as they swarmed inside this was the result both departure and arrival holds completely overrun. protesters have been enraged by what they say was the brutal clearance of sunday's illegal demonstrations by police and the wounding of a young woman shot in the eye with a so-called being back around them like a police shot the female protester in the eye this made everyone angry we don't understand why the police could be so brutal shame on police justice for hong kong people as part of the 10 week campaign against the now suspended extradition bell
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the protesters have been staging an adult sit in to tell visitors about them movement but their numbers on monday brought outgoing passenger flights to a standstill. and arriving passengers were left to find what have a transport they could through the chaotic crowds and this is the airport express the train that runs from the terminal into cow looted hong kong there is a real crush of people here now a mix of tourists flowed into this chaos but also it seems a number of demonstrators who were trying to leave the terminal with rumors circulating that the police are about to move in. as evening arrived so the crowds of protesters standout with still no sign of police despite being warned to stay away from the terminal hundreds of passengers seem to have nowhere else to go and no one behind the check in counters to tell them my airline still says the deflate
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is still going but they know it's not i told this war we can walk out with a free kite to an exterior 3 digit lead. as hong kong seems to slip further into crisis the chinese central government is following events closely aging is shallow water strange but there comes a point if you know at some point people start dying on either side police are on the protest side and order cannot be restored and the city cannot function then you have a breakdown in civil society and china has promised not to let the city spiral out of control with a further warning on monday that's a critical moment has been reached robert bright al-jazeera hong kong more than 180 people have died in monsoon flooding in southern and western india a half of the deaths have occurred in the state of carola which was the worst heads
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around 1000000 people are now in emergency camps officials say fuel shortages a widespread in districts that have been cut off from largest cities. and in neighboring minimal than 50 people are now confirmed to have died after friday's landslide in southeast and mon states thousands more have been displaced across the state by monsoon floods roads from a blocks and homes with homes and schools submerged many villages have taken refuge on top of their homes. on the death toll from typhoon the chemo which is boss of much of eastern china has risen to 45 rescue efforts underway with more than a dozen people still missing after the storm leaves the case through shanghai to its capital beijing to wrench all down pools of triggered landslides and heavy flooding when hundreds of homes and crops have been damaged the economic toll from the typhoon is said to already cost more than 2000000000 dollars scott idea has the
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latest now from josh county. when then super typhoon kima came ashore early saturday morning here on the eastern coast of china it was the worst storm i had seen for years and what happened is it hit the eastern coast very early saturday morning but what happened here in this community you know there are 5000000 people in china they were impacted by this storm system and why this community was impacted the most of any of those 5000000 that's because up along this valley now this is an area that's outside the evacuation zone over a 1000000 people were evacuated during this typhoon the people here were not because they're outside of that zone the storm wasn't supposed to come this far and it really didn't but what did happen is up the valley water started to pool a natural dam formed and then it broke and then flash floods came streaming down this valley and buried more than 20 people in a community just up the river a little bit and you can see here the community is still cleaning up and this is
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well after 2 days since the storm hit. what they're doing is they're having to clear these areas on the way up to where some of the biggest devastation is now obviously they're going to do this repeated times as they go up now they're telling us they just got here on monday you know it's a couple of days after the typhoon that's because they're specialist to do exactly what just happened now again there are many more kilometers of this work straight up the road that they have to do now in the meantime though further down the line there are still people missing about approximately 9 people they think are still buried beneath this rubble so the searching goes on and the cleanup goes on but obviously this is very beneficial for the rescue crews that have to get further up the valley south korea says it plans to drop japan from its preferential trade list next month as a diplomatic rift between the 2 countries deepens i could see lengthy permit application the south korean exports to japan at this month take you announced it
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was removing seoul from his own trading list citing an erosion of trust relations of since a south korean court ruling last year which ordered japanese firms to pay for forced labor during the 2nd world war that the more evacuations on the spanish island of gran canaria as a wildfire threatens several towns that authorities had declared the fire contained on sunday the high winds caused it to flare up again overnight 1000 people have been forced from their homes and firefighters in greece have managed to stop the spread of a wildfire on the outskirts of athens police evacuated the area in the capital's eastern suburbs and no injuries have been reported its authority is have warned of an increased risk of fires across greece you just soaring temperatures strong winds . the italian senate will meet choose day to set a date for a motion of no confidence in the government's interior minister with a ourselves a need to clare last week that the ruling coalition had broken down is that salvini
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who leads the right wing likud party is hoping to capitalize on his rising popularity with an early election at the moment he shares power with the 5 star movement which he accuses of holding up plans for regional autonomy and new infrastructure. teenage pregnancy rates around the world have been declining according to the world health organization but in latin america is more than 30 percent higher than the global average venezuela in particular is struggling to deal with the issue as the economic crisis takes its toll on the public health system three's about reports from caracas. life has not been easy for. the past year she lives in one of the largest employers that access she's 14 and already has a one year old son just some better c.a.m.o. yeah i got pregnant when i was 12 the baby's father left and now i'm living with my mother but it's not easy because i have 3 other siblings the economic situation is
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difficult for all of us. now trying to get authorization from the venezuelan government to get a job in a supermarket she says she's struggling to feed her child every day. i think my biggest fear is that my son won't turn out well to be a good man i know that if i don't work he will grow up in poverty like i did. not alone according to the united nations what relation fund around one in 4 babies in venezuela is born to a teenager. the country has the highest rate of teenage pregnancies in latin america. the country's political and economic crisis has cost reproductive health standards to deteriorate even more or less neighbor jennifer is $17.00 she has an 18 month old son when they. got pregnant because we grew up without the means to take care of ourselves i did not know i could have a baby and contraceptives are too expensive and we cannot afford them caring for
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our children is difficult i don't want my child to be undernourished like so many others. hyperinflation makes it difficult to buy food and medicines contraceptives are out of reach that's why people line up in front of these n.g.o.s every day clinics like this one receive lots of donations from abroad are not why they can provide accessible contraceptives to the population but this device for example is about $150.00 on the street while here it costs only for the problem is that sometimes they don't have enough dr embry says the crisis is having an impact and that more and more young people are coming here looking for help in or out of a home and we're giving away what we have and it's a lot working with the health ministry but now we're out of contraceptive pills on the streets they cost $10.00 times more and the people cannot afford it earlier this year the united nations launched an emergency program focused on the
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prevention of violence but that also provides assistance in reproductive health and . venezuela has very progressive laws and had several programs to protect and empower girls the problem is that now the programs are underfunded and without resources we are focusing on giving away contraceptive education and prevention. says she would like to go back to school one day and become an astrologer but pursuing a dream is not easy in venezuela these days public services have collapsed and lack of education and reproductive health care are leaving goes exposed to unwanted pregnancies that add up to the difficulties they already endured. the trumpet ministration has significantly weakened u.s. conservation laws in a move likely to clear the way for new mining and oil and gas drilling and the changes to the endangered species acts the government can now take into account the
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economic cost of protecting a species move has been widely criticized by conservation groups but the trumpet ministration says it will improve transparency the 1970 s. era law is credited with bringing legals gray whales and grizzly bears back from the brink of extinction all mountain gorillas of central africa are one of the world's most endangered species but they are making a slow and fragile return from the brink of extinction since 2010 the population has increased by a quarter to just over 1000 stephanie decker reports from the mountains in rwanda the center of conservation efforts what you did and what the were at the foot of the very good mountains and getting a briefing on how to behave around the mountain gorilla that's what everyone here has come to see and they've paid $1500.00 each to spend one hour with the great apes in their habitat you excited i am beyond excited this is an international
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treasure that is being protected in rwanda and i'm so lucky to be able to experience it i can't wait and the cost is they put the concept where you think about it i think i think that's fair it limits access certainly to people who can afford it but i think by talking about what the mountain gorillas are providing for the communities that makes a lot of sense. this hike is not for the faint of heart it's beautiful but challenging terrain we trekked uphill for over an hour. our guide augustan shows us how gorillas get their water. and keep the energy high. and then. right in front of us a family babies mothers and the impressive great big family man the silverback.
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the young ones are curious we have to move back not to get too close. others seem almost bored by our presence. then a display of power. we walk around to get another view it's incredibly close to the heart to his about greatness and their bad acts just like watching us watch these great apes facing extinction just a couple of decades ago and their surprise could use the page numbers on the race. before we know it the hour is up and it's time to track back down so. let us see. it for what it's called pace. rhonda's tourism policy we're told is one of low volume high value visitor numbers
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are restricted and the prices high translates to $25.00 per minute for the hours spent with the gorillas tourist actually who come to see the girl as i understand why we've done that understand that it's all about conservation for the species and you can even see it in the in the in the last recent sessions that we did our strategy has actually prevent to be doing the right way to do this we've seen a 26 percent increase in the number of individuals who are in the us so it's working both on the conservation side and on the tourism side it's a fragile success story critically endangered for years and now their status has been adjusted to endangered the latest census shows or just over a 1000 gorillas spanning rwanda uganda and the democratic republic of congo from just around 200 a few decades ago but that still doesn't seem a large number when you think that it's the whole world's entire population of
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these incredible animals stephanie decker al-jazeera individual mountains of rwanda well every coast d.j. arafat one of west africa's most populous singers has died in a car accident he fractured his skull after his motorcycle collided with a car in the city of abidjan on sunday the 33 year old was taken to hospital the died early on monday ivory coast culture minister says a tribute will be organized to honor the musician you can find much more about many of the stories we're covering by going to our website the address al-jazeera dot com al-jazeera dot com. a reminder the top stories on al-jazeera argentina's currency has collapsed after president morrissey or mark reshot defeat in sunday's presidential primary the peso fell by more than 30 percent against the dollar but has since partially recover its
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left wing rival about a fan and days came in more than 15 percent ahead in the vote the primaries seen as a key indicator ahead of october's general election and if one has more from when is are it's people have gone out and they've bought dollars they seeking refuge in dollars but the reason they're doing that the reason they're so uncertain the markets are so uncertain is that they fear the more left wing socially inclusive policies of our birth often on this he got 47 percent of the vote in the primaries if that's translated to the elections in october 45 percent only to win outright 1st 1st round victory so here he is quite likely to do that iran's foreign minister has accused the u.s. of leading a military buildup in the gulf that could destabilize the region in an exclusive interview with al jazeera mohammed javid zarif says more warships in the strait of hormuz will only lead to more insecurity last week washington else plans for
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a maritime coalition to protect shipping in the strategic walks away saudi arabia is offering its full support to yemen's government solves a sudden separatists took effective control of the port city of aden the saudi king and crown prince of met leaders from the u.a.e. and yemen the u.a.e. has urged dialogue despite backing the separatists who launched a major offensive at the weekend a saudi an iraqi led coalition has been fighting yemen's heathy rebels for more than 4 years. and hundreds of protesters have defied a security lockdown in indian administered kashmir as residents of the disputed territory celebrate the eve holiday demonstrators marched in the city of srinagar 8 days after india moved to impose direct rule over the area thousands of soldiers are patrolling the streets and communications have been cut off for 8 days frustration is growing off to india revoke cash muz autonomy stripped away its special status last week and those are the latest headlines here on al-jazeera more
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from us in 25 minutes but the stream is coming next to stay with us. and you're in the stream today china is facing growing international pressure to stop oppressing its weaker population but some surprising voices are speaking up to defend the government's policies and their muslim ones to get a search out or leave them in our live you tube top.
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there are some 11000000 weekers in china they are an ethnic mostly muslim minority who have lived in the northwestern province person juries and recent years china has stepped up its repression of the group survivors recount torture and forced indoctrination internment camps we girls also experience constant government surveillance and restrictions on religious practice rights groups say in july 22 countries sent a letter to the united nations condemning the camps 37 other nations quickly responded with a counter letter defending china's human rights record including more than a dozen the muslim majority countries so what's going on here have muslim countries abandoned the weekers well joining us to discuss from toronto is 3 dead t.v. canada director of human rights watch specializes in matters concerning countries who are part of the organization of islamic corporation or oh i see recent abbas's
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here in studio with me she is the director of the campaign for weekers and next to her as the unit brahim director for global policy in washington d.c. welcome all of you to the stream i want to start with a clip because it seems american officials have been some of the loudest voices when it comes to condemning china's abuse of weekers over the past few months secretary of state might pump ale recently called their treatment the stain of the century take a look at in china in china the chinese communist party demands control over the lives of the chinese people and their souls china so to one of the worst human rights crises of our time it is truly the staying of the century since april 2017 the chinese government has detained more than 1000000 chinese muslims and other minorities in camps and should john. so it seem why haven't muslim majority countries spend more outspoken when it comes to this issue that's
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a very interesting question to you the reality is that change is using power rising superpower it's the rise is happening a lot faster than anybody anticipated and i think this is just a taste of things to come is not willing to a low countries to be bystanders they have to be fully on board with this oppression and many of these muslim countries are indebted to chain a chain or through its builtin good initiative. but organize a mechanism which through cold diplomacy and these countries are in huge date to show you know and they're looking to show you know for investment for creed and so on and if it wants these countries to participate what's to be on them on fully on board with this program including those against the leaders. what was so interesting about what azeem just said there had to write it down not allowing them to be bystanders and i think that's exactly sums it up very well tell us what we know about who these countries are specifically these muslim majority countries. so
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i mean the the organization of islamic cooperation is really meant to be the collective voice of muslim governments around the world it has as part of its mandate you know the core objective is to safeguard the rights of muslim minorities everywhere and so one would think that the organization islamic cooperation and its members $57.00 members around the world would be outraged by the scale and severity of abuses against muslims in. china but what we've seen again and again both you know at a meeting of its foreign ministers in abu dhabi in march as well as more recently at the un human rights council in geneva in june is not only. you know silence you know on the part of the organization of islamic cooperation and its members but in fact you've seen countries go out of their way to applaud china's treatment of its weekers they did this new resolution council foreign ministers meeting in abu
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dhabi they said they praise china's treatment of its muslim minority and they called for greater cooperation between the oh i see and china and then most recently in june at the human rights council in geneva they again applauded china's treatment and said that its actions and shin jang were leading to a greater sense of happiness fulfillment and security for the people of that region and i want to share what looked like they mentioned there that letter this from kevin painter who says on twitter here's a letter supporting china's policies in sending highlights me appreciate china's commitment to openness and transparency since approximately when the camps began people instancing enjoy a stronger sense of happiness fundamental and security in quote we can see a bear it's a bear and we will read tweet that out our community is not surprised person we got this from someone who says a muslim majority country should be at the forefront of condemning china. cultural
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genocide against a muslim community their silence is a scar on the conscience of muslims and all those who believe in fundamental human rights so people online not so surprised are you i'm not surprised cesar i'm just disappointed because china is using economy i've learned over those countries most of those countries are in debt to china because of china's heavy if a structure investments those countries and the travel diplomacy with initiative power. on the surprise but the muslim countries we expect them to not to pick economy or china us power over the muslim brothers and sisters faith islamic had this brotherhood says all muslims are all as a one body and the if one parts gets sick the whole body is forced to react right now
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the entire moslems are being amputated from this body so i hope we are not alone i don't blame the the governments because of their influences by the chinese influences over those countries but the people i think if only they knew what is happening to we are going to muslims they will be with us and they will be outraged and of course you speak to this from a personal stance because you have family members who are there you've been on the stand before and you've recounted what some of your family members have been through and i know that's a difficult one for you to share but our audience finds it important and they find it important because they feel like no one is talking about this not enough people are talking about this when's the last time you heard from your family and changing . my sister abducted 6 days after i was outspoken about the conditions of the camps at the year hudson institute one of the think tanks here. it was the
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last time i heard. my family heard about her from her it's almost a year now i have no idea where she is i don't even know at this point if she is still alive i'm just the one example of millions of others. my husband's entire family is over 30 members of his family last time he spoke to his family was april 27th hearing that this is what they thought were community operad facing these days. i want to share with their audience what some countries are doing about this particularly 11 example is malaysia because some are saying that this is a tight rope that they are walking a malaysia is one of the muslim majority countries that stayed silent about china in july so here is prime minister mahathir mohamad explaining why when asked by tier 2 worlds and run garda. very powerful nation.
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we treat america. is also do we have to treat china because it is powerful he is capable of taking action only that may be detrimental to the relationship of many muslim countries which chain so the muslim countries have to be careful about condemning china we do what we can we do not over his he gives a stone wall simply because. it is there we can condemn me but. the condemnation alone least not we do it if anything simply because china is a big power. days no question of us taking any violent action against china. as he says we do what we can really make about. well at the
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moment none of the countries are actually doing anything and this is the great irony is that is only the united states has actually spoken out and you can understand why united states is a superpower the chain uk is on to bully the united states in the manner it can bully other countries china is a very vengeful nation you know any country that speaks so don't threaten them with putting an investment putting its students pulling out all sorts of goodies that they've given them so countries are completely unwilling to speak one thing we need to understand is that you know president g. himself is under immense pressure at the moment he is no seen in china as having lost america during the trade war he's no also seen as having almost lost hong kong and so he's under immense pressure from so so i think we can only see the situation with the egos getting much worse simply because he cannot afford to lose any further control over the situation on the ground i want to share a comment from our audience an audience member name hamit who explains from his view from pakistan why some countries including his own are not talking about this
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have a listen. and i believe that china's investment standout is the china pakistan economic toreador more commonly known as the seat next project is going to east of t. and it currently represents 20 percent of the economy i think it's a very important project for both the countries especially pakistan considering the fact that it has a big influence on the pakistan's. very the if those figures are accurate 20 percent of the economy one might understand why they're hesitant to speak out. now i mean certainly there are a number of countries that are beholden to china and the chinese government does buy silence through its investments whether through the bottom road initiative the large infrastructure project or through other kind of the kinds of investments but what was particularly surprising is there were several members of the organization of islamic cooperation wealthy countries like saudi arabia the united arab emirates
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behind qatar and others that you know similarly were were silent they don't they don't rely on chinese investments they're not beholden to china in the same way as poor countries but they themselves also lined up to you know to applaud china for its treatment and what we saw was crown prince mohammed bin fellow man of saudi arabia in february go to china and actually applaud the chinese government's de extremism efforts in changing he is you know as you know the custodian of the 2 holy mosques in mecca and medina and he himself applauded china's treatment and so the another rationale for i think you know if you some of the other countries in remaining silent is they equally have very abusive counterterrorism policies and strategies in their countries the chinese government is you know using counterterrorism as an excuse for its repression and jang the entire campaign
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that's been put on place is called the strike hard campaign against violent extremism in fact that bears no resemblance to the reality on the ground whatsoever but it's a very useful for oil to use to in a way to be able to justify its repression of 13000000 muslims and changing the detention of over a 1000000 muslims arbitrarily without any legal process to be able to label it falsely as terrorism and unfortunately many governments including wealthy governments that aren't beholden to china. are. are very quick to turn a blind eye because they themselves have very visible counterterrorism policies in their countries of europe now i think that's a very important point you know one of the questions we need to ask is why is cheney actually doing this and these multiple reasons you know they have a ideology of sign of occasion and so on but a key reason i believe is that you have to look at what the motivation of china is
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and china's number one feed i believe is not that there's going to be a trade war with the u.s. in the u.s. may indeed the number one fear the regime in china is that they call and we will slow down and there will be a popular uprising against the regime so what they are doing in. a very large test laboriously they are it's actually creating a highly technological sophisticated surveillance state in which they can master how to control a large population using the latest technology surveillance and mind control techniques and so on and once they have perfected this they have already started doing this to the rest of the country and they're also starting to export some of this technology a new hope to other countries like venezuela and the philippines so this is not just confined to sions and we need to understand that we will see a lot more of this technology used to control massive populations and you see this sort of in the world and many of these are. but the mentioned are interested in
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this you know this is the reality is that they are interested in how do you control massive populations with all these kinds of techniques so we will see a lot more of this not just in genes dying but essentially spreading throughout the globe and the russian i wonder how much of greater china know about what is even just just laid out there is happening because we got this comment from someone watching live on you tube a man is as i said it in china and a good friend and classmate is a weaker one day he cried in my dorm and told me how they took his father away i didn't know how bad it was in till i left china so do you. i think that there is an awareness a greater awareness of the scene if occasion of china or of be oppression of rights of minority groups in china i don't believe so because of the information blockade they within china people don't know what is happening. just like they are trying to tell the world that this is not the truth they are not the concentration camps they
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are the education walk ational training centers they are using propaganda to the for the entire at the chinese population as well even people in our region in noida region from township to township from this area. from the city to see the they don't know what is happening. these funny countries also like i mentioned earlier if the people only know what is happening that many of the world population also this is information era we are not getting enough media coverage is on this. so people really don't know the scale of it this is the atrocity of the century but still not being covered in mainstream media as even in the united states i want to share with our audience a comment because of course we reached out to several chinese officials for comment
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for today show but they have not responded in july a chinese foreign ministry spokesperson defended the nation's policies and changing and here's what he said. on the issue of the chinese government and the chinese people have the most say and it excepts no interference by any foreign state or external forces in the face of severe threats posed by terrorism and extremism the shin young we girl thomas region has adopted a series of measures of terrorism including the stablish men's vocational training and education center to reverse the security situation. there had been no violent incidents for more than 2 years and. where we can see social stability and national unity and the people living and working in peace the happiness sense of acquisition and sense of security of the people of all ethnic groups have substantially improved and they sincerely support the government's policies. so keeping that in
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mind that justification i wanted to share this tweet from. who wrote similar to what you said earlier free to his a saudi arabia's crown prince n.b.s. told reporters in february china has the right to take anti terrorism and extremism measures to safeguard national security and saudi arabia and pakistan are unwilling to condemn or even affirm. mistreatment of muslims he writes then who will talk to us about your thoughts upon hearing that comment from the chinese foreign ministry and the context behind what countries feel like they can talk about when they have dirty laundry so to speak in their own backyard. yeah i mean i think you know the what we've seen from the chinese government from you know spokesperson after spokesperson really is a complete white washing of its record engine jang the chinese authorities even lead kind of state to manage highly controlled visits titian jang by diplomats in
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order to really just show them this sort of glowing picture of what's happening in the country which you know any reasonable person could you know would know is a complete sham but i think you know it's it's surprising in a way just the level in which the chinese government is is portraying its its campaign and changing as a model of a de extremism de radicalization and it is so incredibly dangerous because if this model is be is export it elsewhere one could see you know other countries in which sort of massive human rights abuses take place and you know the irony of it as well is that when you see muslim majority countries completely ignoring this you know situation the hypocrisy is so clear here if 1000000 muslims were arbitrarily detained without any legal process in sri lanka and in in india in the united states there would be a you know a public outcry by muslim majority country as you know in china you have
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a situation in which $1000000.00 han chinese are being placed in the homes of leaders to document every aspect of their lives to document their religious practice if that happened if $1000000.00 non muslims were placed in the homes of muslims in any other country in the world there would be outrage but you know what we see is that you know time and again countries including influential and wealthy countries you know that are muslim majority countries are willing to completely ignore the abuses by the chinese authority and in fact praise china which really threatens the rights of muslim majorities everywhere in the world really as a point well made and it's a point also made the video comment we got from a community member some are heading into the human rights campaign are based in beirut and here's what he told the story. muslim majority countries like turkey indonesia pakistan and the gulf states among others however main completely silent
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when it comes to the issues of the week is this comes as china increases its investment in these countries and it seems as though these economic deals and trade has bought the silence of the muslim majority countries as the issue of the week is becomes far more well known and the repression of that they've faced is far more publicized we'll see growing backlash against not only china's treatment of the week is in its territory but also the complete silence of its governmental allies in the muslim world. so she mentions a growing backlash is the amount direct that to you because we got this tweet from someone who's not so sure cimatron says the so called muslim majority countries are either biting amongst themselves or are divided on the weaker muslims oppression giving the impression that they are scared of china maybe the oh i see can do something about it now we reached out here at the stream and al-jazeera reached out
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to the oh i see to join us for this program they didn't respond what do you think the fear is because there is the idea that all of the oh i see countries nations combined should have enough leverage to comfort china you know one would think that the reality is all diplomacy is done by endure so i'm not sure why you see me be doing brain door so i can't necessarily comment on that but this is the way i see the situation i think it's just going to get worse and worse china is rising so fast and these countries like one of your previous callers spoke about the date and the friendship between pakistan and show you know and so on and i think this is a big point because i don't article on this and the backlash from pakistani muslims was quite severe it was actually quite surprising even to me and this idea that china is a benevolence frame to these countries or is investing in infrastructure and so on it's just peter. benevolence motivations are told they are getting these countries into massive amounts of debt that they will not be able to service and city lanka
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was a model of this you know they are engaged in economic colonization or contradict pakistan is in debt to china over $62000000000.00 with interest that's going to be over $90000000000.00 can pakistan with a completely dysfunctional economy ever serious that debt is certainly cannot change or will simply move in as they didn't see the line call with president project pascoe and start taking over national assets to negotiate that date including the guardia airport and others this is what we are going to see as economic colonization promises and in that situation do you expect these countries then to stand up to china absolutely not so this is just a taste of things to come and these countries because they're poor mismanagement put themselves into the situation russia. well china is a communist country so those come the muslim majority countries and the stomach organizations should realize the atheists come in this ideology they don't tolerate
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any kind of for leaches believes and that they look at islam as a trip to the coming this region so today the oh i see or any other muslim countries they are not realizing what's happening in our region what's happening to you good people are not going to stay there everything is going to be exploited like what they seem said. it's going to be a you know the chinese communist government this calling islam as a mental disease sin the flying islam they are removing all the how lawless signs in beijing i wonder what they all i see members are going to go and they eat dinner which restaurant in beijing if there's a meeting because. what's happening to all the good people number one it's because of the wealth and growth initiative puts our area our region is at the center of the belt underoath initiative number 2 is our religion right or should i have to posit there i'd take your point i think our community would agree thank you so much
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to all of you for joining us for you the deed from shine our boss and as you know for him and of course to our community for joining us as well we'll see you online . to get. you to get to. thank. you thank you. rewind returns with a new series. i'm playing more updates on the best about using news documentaries for
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a long rewind continues with holy land grab by welcome to early onion the onion which is part of the heart. of the old city room holding number for girls to the 2 state solution to drink it is still barely possible on al-jazeera. for the last 2 years the students have been collecting rubbish every day it's helped clean up the campus and helped build some of its facilities for every 2 kilo's of plastic waste they collect the school receives a brick made of plastic and cement. for some activists this may not be the most ecological way to eliminate the problems of plastic but this is seen as an immediate solution to the growing problems of landfills across the country waste can now be used to manufacture building materials.
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an estimated 100000 lives cruelly ended over a century ago. a distant past not to the descendants of the slaughtered. a tale of colonialism and racial supremacy unravels in the quest for justice and recognition of the sacrifices of tribal people in the media. skulls of my people a witness documentaries on his era. in the top stories are now jazeera argentina's currency. has collapsed after president mary symmetries shock defeat in sunday's presidential primary the persones fell by more than 30 percent against the dollar but is since partially recovered memories left wing rivals are better finances came in more than 15
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percent ahead in the vote romney is seen as a key indicator head of october's general election actually has vowed to reverse the result 10 years from now has more from when is iris well 1st of all are sometimes generally seek stability in times of uncertainty in the u.s. dollar it's a major currency here it's what people used to buy houses divided vehicles so that's what's happened people have gone out and they've bought dollars they're seeking refuge in dollars but the reason they're doing that the reason they're so uncertain the markets are so i'm certain is that they fear the more left wing socially inclusive policies of our birth often and this he got 47 percent of the vote in the primaries is that translated to the elections in october you really 45 percent only to win an outright 1st 1st round victory so he is quite likely to do that more than him though they fear his vice presidential running mate the former
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president cristina fernandez decatur now who is in power here from 2007 to 2015 they fear that she will again they will again have massive spending they don't also get what it has been is a huge rejection of various your machree ins back to austerity policies he promised to deal with inflation he promised to deal with poverty inflation is now running at something between 50 and 55 percent a year and poverty has gone missing massively so about a 3rd of the country are now living in poverty so for all those reasons the markets have reacted very very strongly. in the 1st few hours of trading. iran's foreign minister has accused the us of leading a military buildup in the gulf that could destabilize the region an exclusive interview with al jazeera mohammed jeffords arief says warships in the strait of hormuz when only lead to more insecurity last week washington announced plans for a maritime coalition to protect shipping in the waterway this is
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a tiny body of water and the more poor unable wessels you have in this body of water the less secure it is for everybody. based on experience presence of the united states important neighbor fleet in the persian gulf has never produced security it talking about threats coming from countries in the region the threat is coming from the united states and its western allies who are poor in their plans into this reading making it a tinderbox ready to blow up saudi arabia is offering its full support to yemen's government after southern separatists took effective control of the port city of aden crown prince mohammed bin sound man and king solomon of met leaders from the u.a.e. and and yemen the u.a.e. is now urging dialogue despite backing the separatists who launched a major offensive at the weekend a saudi a minority led coalition has been fighting yemen's who he rebels for more than 4
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years hundreds of protesters have defined a security lockdown in indian administered kashmir as residents of the disputed territory celebrate the eat holiday demonstrators marched in the city of more than a week after india moved to impose direct rule over the area thousands of soldiers are patrolling the streets and communications have been cut off for 8 days frustration is growing after india revote kashmir's autonomy and stripped away its special status last week. one of the world's busiest travel hubs is ground to a hold off to hong kong's antigovernment protests as occupy the international airport thousands of activists chanted and waved banners condemning the actions of police to try to quell months of pro-democracy demonstrations more than 100 outgoing flights were cancelled but flights already on their way to the city were not impacted on coms increasingly violent protests or plunge the chinese rule territory into its most serious crisis in decades. there's headlines to stay with
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us the father the son and the jihad is the program after this more news in a bit by fire.
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and. so it's an option. that socialist feeds on the football team of the citizens. of the men and most just head to the ball so this was a laundry. list one of the people who still simply end could come walk into the bridges event will. be about to go to the brits did they found that they have this is all said. let's hope it goes and sits in. on the 2 men delusions ha says. one i've been dying to teach you. a long haul says i come i met.
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on the commode. most of the men. who sit on the senate you had. just. come this one to hustle. left to do something. to your bosses you. come up and say. this you do somebody from your phone is you have zip it up i need to go for it. so. she is see did you give me his own phone demand you have. it for noted what a love seat of truth or thought. it
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a year she. should have no hope did i miss you anymore. don't do the whole false religion levy defeat it. i. know. i would feel your book. because that. was all i felt she was you're in favor. of the law yes she. just she meant. well what there's one more credible in the context busk a.p.m. honors give up on thing called of the house you. sit it you know get us she
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to confess your mission must sit there and i thought might stand the cover on this one but not push it just because do you need to sit down. about a city complete. with the monocle book i'm close of 7 young plus the lead in the book says and so on here needs a clue just as it would have bought us that song. in fucking day to my peeps to see my association and. you know he does all find if one cannot hear police you never need to follow them on. some sort. of want to visit when i'm not and model my tiny i live and the i've thought about a brain that i. love you to the body when you know what i felt
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when you got your job on a good lot of things like a lot of i know how to talk a little bit. of a diversion with little girls you have plenty of walking down the flies you know how i can how i know they feel as if i kill you i've yet to learn you have been and there. was no other body i mean what about right now is about the look i they had all our hair garnished on the do you see what i mean they should have called it a sort of. yellow stop on. here if you don't like. and that's what this is going to be able. to put all system of the black community just. the moment that you have to get. to get off the. gas field in the. market to leave them all to wife to some other on the. shelf. i wanted to know me.
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and my name tracy shelton i've been working as a journalist in the middle east for the past 6 years. and i knew i will hire you for a year and a half. over how she was part of this is. it which is under the free syrian army. said the group was almost all syrian. they were not a group of foreign fighters by any means they're what i would describe as a moderate islamic group. when you compare them to the other groups in syria it's not the extreme of say job that most pro or islamic states which is to
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impart his islam on as much of the world as they possibly can. but i think. the mission of jihad was to liberate the country from the shah's regime. to do more good jihad. you tell me some promoted through the can but in this is just. regular. met in the mafia members less secure it is from secure watch if this is an oxycontin. but. most of the monster done it a. good kisser villar louche what you're putting. up here that this is your default don't ask me about this it will never be leisure not
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pay a lot more. on this than a human book you sit there so you can. he said he'll. have a new hope. with us all till sovaldi she does own community mom. the check at the. meet them fund and then. this is all found out. i think you. miss it it was one of my own to preclude the meek. bustle you going so then. i mean physically the music the visit the happy time. you need me call streets you've. said they love you because the kids anymore. seen through.
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them. not to be among the. missing what you left. for thing is that i also say that. because syria. i'm sitting because i want to see the example once. this is. in the sun. on icons yearly. all safe and we just
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give it. a book mass any idea yet says it. was a vision larry. said. he was always on going by need. to look at all. of what will. and under learn all be. mentally even better than. this guy live should hold it out as you get weak just because the little monkey lives in.
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a bit. well fed bus from the bath is that meatballs could mean. much of you to the music but. is it good for you because if it seem all bad what i saw in that wood is all. we saw beyond a mouse revile they could all fluff. sit dip that was a serious. look my move unless you don't recall to make bethel look at it vocal see the song instead make bench every book on john king even make this into school. and you much the more bad off cos still you must. have some cool civil a cook on the bus on bije could be mushers at the crease i think he's takes
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a day off he said there was a good movie on the mall did she want to put this show for the home over you told old her toys to. go and she's bigger than the full. do a google search on the group for important if you do. you just sold them a sure she will some source you know told us name us when you were british it was secured. for regime or to the campaign there was a morning. nieto who could issue bush supported the war. or i would do that or do a phenomenal boys concluded by cute. of the man called city hall to stay alive and then thoughts plus more open scuffle school every day busted it kept it i did a song. and i missed. what i'm going to show. us is it. he may have
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a new band he was into don't just destroy you love when you shows it to someone yeah they've even as pathetic what do. you call it is a mess she takes it off the bed. music is because it would look still hot political . cool so moment fees to go somewhere else and told you all the boy look you know you'd quit if t.q. to to devote some of your pretty little souls to dole or to you too and you voted on the review the more you go to school because rich will prove. you civil i won't get. there hostage. in the mess said. it to disney x. come up when no time off cos. he does that he do midis will be shoes this sort of see dick dick stevie deal with the most you see meet this is just when they open up the arm on the yes she.
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finding professionals a top priority is to why do you wait in your generation to study find new teaching methods are infusing thai students to become the agents of change taking them out of the classroom to solve problems in their local communities ready level education inspiring science timeline at this time on all dizzy. taylor nanda with top stories are now his era argentina's currency has collapsed after president marries your mcrae's shock defeat in sunday's presidential primary the pay so far by more than 30 percent against the dollar but has since partially recovered mockeries left wing rival a battle for nanda as came in more than 15 percent ahead in the vote the primer is
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seen as a key indicator ahead of october's general election machree is about to reverse the result that has more from one desires. people have gone out and they've bought dollars they seeking refuge in dollars but the reason they're doing that the reason they're so uncertain the markets are so uncertain is that they fear the more left wing socially inclusive policies of our birth often and is he got 47 percent of the vote in the primaries if that's translated to the elections in october 45 percent only to win outright 1st 1st round victory so he is quite likely to do that iran's foreign minister has accused the u.s. of leading a military buildup in the gulf that could destabilize the region in an exclusive interview with al jazeera mohammed jeffords very few says war was shipped in the strait of hormuz will only lead to more insecurity last week washington announced
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plans for a maritime coalition to protect shipping in the strategic waterway hundreds of protesters have defied a security lockdown in indian administered kashmir as residents of the disputed territory celebrate the holiday demonstrators marched in the city of more than a week after india moved to impose direct rule over the area thousands of soldiers are patrolling the streets and communications have been cut off for 8 days frustration is growing after india revoked kashmir's autonomy and stripped away it's special status last week one of the world's busiest travel hubs is ground to a hold after hong kong's anti-government protesters occupied the international airport thousands of activists chanted and waved banners condemning the actions of police to try to quell months of pro-democracy demonstrations $100.00 outgoing flights were canceled hong kong is increasingly violent protests have plunged the chinese rule territory into its most serious crisis in decades. they're still with
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us they're the father of the song and the jihad continues next on of the news after you after that thanks for watching a bit. more . to do with the us if you hear they all mankind similar have it's on there with you that it does not feature you. my guest love my. little don't see it in the in the box of evil. you know they prevail year on false won't but you. may for most have said the buck still goes i believe he's even more. significant. a muppet a what i don't that is on the piece for me again. is some put him up do
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you. suppose i'll take i'm not put his horses. the side of the book while buster in the liveness c.d.'s assault while connected by the faucet in the pub is to get out of bed. because optimus quest more hand is thinks of it just as in the i phone i phone that's it don't sit down i'm on his people review. pavilion and if i see 12 x. at the top a comma i'd say no i do think that's going to mean i. don't know. how to do all shock to the case of conflict these cities don't have. sort of the streets young. it don't cost
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the most sense to leave out of each cemented you. don't want to make a fuss. her. off it. jihad. into one of my most are going to. follow most of them i think demanded of. just enough the. man. and ask my man. in the most you. know question.
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thank you it's. when you sit in the south of the. us i mean if i. suspect my. family is to denounce read. my mind to something like 90 percent somewhat yes. morning my question have you been to. any place where to shop oh i.
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long for. this will do the piece did a song on the last chapter in the mists pudong not just cut it off to that of. one of the memphis your high def nets if you do your will for you can bet michael steele. is a part of. me who also wholly i mean the. look of slavery in the on the. little i thought you knew at the you know comes from within you and if the nothing you thought of in the books and i love something . you know something of the kind of cool to me any love a beautiful soprano more. than prison was the 1st step in trying to take this city of it lived. another aspect of that too was seem out of prisoners that they wanted to release
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a lot of torture. and in these places. many of the political prison is. rather says in the neighborhood. so. i think. it.
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when james foley and john candy were kidnapped in england one of the 1st people that i contacted was. he was very worried about the damage it was going to do to the reputation of the rebel forces. kidnappings on the rebel side were kind of unheard of back at that time. so he said we need to find. and. locked it to. live until i could get out would you and i do could all gaze upon the clever more know how he loved it while i was so over to get really i don't care to do will couldn't we had come across a man who matched the description of the kid nothing he wasn't must and the van that he was driving also met the description of the event other than the fact that
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it was black so he actually arranged a meeting with this man. and while he was up stairs in this amazing. sent down a couple of his guys to go and check the van and it's endowed they found evidence of it being very freshly painted very roughly spray painted black and underneath it was a very light color they thought maybe silver a white and after we couldn't follow through with it. winnable has the sides all those slates all that information that we head into it with him.
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i was raised in france. these are my grandparents. these are my parents and this is mean. by them both isis and us on. the 2nd of a 2 part epic tale of a remarkable family. the father the son and the jihad. to on al-jazeera.
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hello again it's good to have you back we did see a lot of stormy weather here across the southeastern part of australia this past weekend a lot of that activity is now moving towards the east or we're going to be seeing some better weather across much of the area temperatures are going to be rebounding here on tuesday across much of the areas of abridgement $21.00 degrees there melbourne still a little bit cool at about 11 degrees for you well here towards the west we're going to be seeing the temperatures dropping there for a purpose where we see a storm system coming out of the indian ocean so 19 degrees here but by the time that storm comes through we're in to be seeing some rain as well as winds temperatures dropping maybe 5 degrees down to about 14 degrees as your forecast high here on wednesday well for the north in the south island of new zealand we are still looking at a lot of clouds wind and rain over the next few days you can see that the clouds right here on the satellite image but as we go towards tuesday we're going to be seeing some rain showers and some winds particular down here across much of the
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south island but by the time we get towards wednesday it's going to be mostly cloudy across much of the area temp just to come down christ church we do expect to see only 8 degrees as your forecast high and then here across much of china we're going to see a lot of rain across much of the northern part of the korean peninsula as well as into china but for sapporo expect to see a nice day with a temperature of 25. in an exclusive series of documentaries i was born into a very ordinary japanese family edges iraq shows 5 different stories i am just so excited to focus on anything else right now from 5 different countries and it was really really. well i was supposed to leave. with one journey no one in my family has ever been to mecca this is the joyful location the road to has an al-jazeera. al-jazeera explores prominent figures of the 20th century
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and how and why bill rees influence the course of history the felt that he did not get enough credit for ending up but if you want to be the big historical figure but he was mandela the biggest icon in the world the prisoner and the president who came together to end up partite in south africa nelson mandela and f.w. de klerk face to face on all just see. this is al jazeera. hello i'm norm taylor this is the al-jazeera news hour live from london coming up. a shock defeat for argentina's president pushes the country's currency to
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a record low. hundreds of protesters defy a security lockdown in indian administered kashmir as muslims in the disputed region mark the 8 holiday plus. the threat is coming from the united states and its western allies for pouring button's into this region making it a tender box ready to blow up an exclusive interview with iran's foreign minister who warns the u.s. against deploying more forces to the gulf also. stephanie tech and threw out. why being here. cost $25.00. and in sports we speak to the promoter of the year's most controversial fights tells us why he's decided to stage the wool heavyweight title bout between andy ruiz jr and anthony joshua in saudi arabia.
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argentina's currency has collapsed after president maurice your mockeries shock defeat in sunday's presidential primary the president fell by more than 30 percent against the dollar but has since partially recovered crees left wing rival a better friend and has came in more than 15 percent ahead in the vote primaries seen as a key indicator head of october's general election has vowed to reverse the result . unfortunately today we had a very bad day. we have more today than before what happened we're going through a very strong impact the dollars back up again with all the consequences that that has. big shots. i think a big shock to everybody concerned both the opposition and the government some
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might have expected a victory in these primaries and for the opposition but the finance i don't think anybody expected it to be quite as large as it was it was not 15 percent the markets have reacted very strongly as you mentioned i have with the establishment around the from global sources partners in the economy based here in argentina is there and why did the markets react strongly and they did something as results seem to concern a return to the comics politics they had with christine a particular couple control price control intervention of the state and economy scares investors both internationally. and of course if you are afraid of this you probably want to run into some safer i. think in argentina case usually dollars i've been a. tradition. you also saw it
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outside of. the stocks which plummet people running. actually actually. i think maybe the reaction was a bit stronger. i'm it is not necessarily christine. but that is the concern what the president mentioned your position now has to explain a little bit what we're going to do in the future because the market of course of a afraid of a return to the trust because. i wonder what are the options available now to president machree it was a very large defeat rejection in many ways on his economic policies and asked me in a whole 4 years what options you have between now and the election on the 27th. the truth is. canonic is a. very positive and inflation with this effects rate evaluation is probably going
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to be a problem again he may hope to have a similar response to what he had them 2015 you have to remember the 215 he lost the primaries with 8.8 percentage point loss then he lost the. election with 3 and then he won the 2nd round with 3 but of course he made it 15 points difference not a 15 minute 11 point difference or another 15 plus so. here's hoping that people are going to respond to what happened today they're going to realize that. it's a dangerous. comic situation for them to return to the case rhythm and hope that the participation of the voters will rise again. into something but you have a hard time because of different positions or 15 now he's using government and he is in some sense. responsible for the current economic situation which he
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could he was not in 2000 distinct so it is a hard time for the argentine actually being offered 2 very starkly opposing economic models to get our container out of recession and to solve the problems of inflation is there any room for compromise or a country even further polarized between these 2 options available to. identify members tries to. i want this polarization is just piss precisely his motive is to say let's stop this polarization i'm not going to be christine i'm going to be different. but the truth is that between christina and there is a very strong position and the. voters said no to an economy which is saying recession or real wages dropping and laboring crime dropped by 50 percent every year in the 4th quarter last year so. it is
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a little different call. i think. i like the from now on the chances right now would be to try to close the gap and that was a message of. mockery trying to state that one if he wants to be the future president he had to come up and say what's he going to do because so far from the start what he doesn't want to do what he doesn't like what he said what he's going to direction. there on the ground thank you very much. thank you very much hundreds of protesters who defied a security lockdown in indian administered kashmir as residents of the disputed territory celebrate the muslim holiday of eve demonstrators marched in the city of more than a week after india imposed direct rule priyanka gupta has more from new delhi. it's the muslim holiday of either. the largest city in india that ministered. under
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the tightest security in a week. to 10 prayers but only in neighborhood mosques. a peaceful protest followed. c these kashmiris are angry at the indian government's decision to revoke their autonomy. god in order there were 2 days which are festive and sacred and that's 8 but this is not. we're just mourning kashmir. the government says security restrictions are being eased in most areas in general and parts of kashmir valley. our policy is greater relaxation and great easing so that people can come out and greet each other but at the same time we are keeping a watch on the situation if they are any mysterious elements who want to disturb
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peace we'll be tough with them. in new delhi me students meet the best of the holiday far away from home they say they haven't been able to speak to their families for over a week. to gather for a feast but their minds are on the events unfolding back home. this is the 1st time that you know we have not been able to walk or talk to our parents are important which is not only interesting not only just really important but culturally important as well we have not been able to speak or might have not spoken to my family for 7. more some kashmiris and activists gathered in the heart of the capital all determined to get their voices heard. there is anger and frustration among these can smear easy new delhi stunned by the extent of the communication blackout that stopping them from reaching their families especially in the muslim
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holiday of the government says these are structured is a temporary. but its impact can be felt on the daily lives of those cut off from the outside world. al-jazeera delhi pakistan's government has suggested that people turn down the aid celebrations in solidarity with kashmiris how hard it has more from islamabad. although it did in pakistan it is on not so modern or most of the television networks that would normally be throwing entertainment programs a concentrating on the issue of the pakistani foreign minister also expanding. in the focus on the administered kashmir he of course has sent a strong message that international community must take note of crises the biggest concern. right now is nor just a political battle and
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a war of words that is going on between new delhi and this. by the humanitarian crisis the people in indian administered kashmir have been in a state of lockdown for 7 days now they're running out of food and medicine. reports indicate from. their situation indeed and the apprehension that once these people come out and they're just fictions are lifted that people are they going to win. on the streets which would lead to more bloodshed that is something the pakistani foreign minister has been warning about the fact that the pakistani military chief general. draw also spend time british troops celebrating or rather all deserving with this front line troops on the line of control that day why is the indian and pakistani military forces.
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strong were they brothers and sisters. who are on this we can speak now to he's a senior lecturer in international relations at king's college london joins me in studio i think we're going to talk to say thank you for just over a week now since this move by india and communications still cut off lock down in place where do you see this going it's not quite clear what's going to happen. why. under whether the indian government had had a particular strategic plan as opposed to sort of doing this and trying to put pakistan on its back foot and and trying to change the change the facts on the ground in kashmir i'm going to use the term annexation is pakistan sees it in this context well i mean if if kashmir is an exit would have fanatics in 1947 as it as it happens roundabout partition india did actually annex quite
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a few of the princely states including the. princely states and general and and hyderabad kashmir itself was joined india through an instrument of atic station by the hindu maharajah at the time and that of course led to an armed conflict which eventually led to some of un intervention and call for a pub is that never occurred so pakistan is using this term. is i think using it to draw attention to the issue which absolutely needs to needs to have more attention to it i mean it would determine accession be viewed how would that be viewed by the un if pakistan which will raise it. well i believe that the international community and the un as a sort of embodiment of it would see this is an ongoing. international dispute but also a major question of concern for the human rights of
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a particular people there kashmiri people the. the question about annexation in the question specifically about the united nations is that there are a number of acts and un resolutions that the international community and the united nations i think would return to if they want to to start addressing this conflict and in the meantime and focus on his lead a month on his war and what he calls of ethnic cleansing how curious for. language where do you see the kind of that side of things i mean there's a suggestion that the j.-p. will allow hindus to move back into kashmir certain areas special territories set up that sort of thing did you see it as a kind of an element of moving people back into areas that they were actual or not well we have to be somewhat territorially specific about that i mean there are at least 3 different areas of india minister there is
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a dock which is. buddhist majority. area to the east there's john and then there is the valley itself now john. valley is muslim majority. certainly much much more mixed i believe that what will actually happen is more driven by the dynamics of the conflict itself and the violence that might prevent people from from moving in i've noticed when i thank you very much in a few of those and i think you very much. all flights are canceled at one of asia's busiest airports flooded by pro-democracy protesters in hong kong. the country's teen pregnancy rates. are not which for me to one driver has been demoted.
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iran's foreign minister has accused the us of leading a military buildup in the gulf that could destabilize the region in an exclusive interview with al-jazeera. says warships in the strait of hormuz will only lead to more insecurity. for its. as the u.s. maintains the pressure on iran tension is on the rise american and british vessels have been deployed in the gulf as the u.s. calls for an international military coalition to secure the strait of hold was one of the wells busiest shipping. but iran's foreign minister javad zarif told. the naval buildup could destabilize the entire region this is
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a tiny body of water and the more poor and noble vessels you have in this body of water the less secure it is for everybody. based on experience president of the united states important neighbor pleat in the persian gulf has never produced security america will not be held hostage to nuclear blackmail it all started last year when u.s. president donald trump pulled out of the landmark 2015 year clear agreement with iran saying it was a bad deal he then reinstated sanctions targeting to her around and countries trading with it. the sanctions were soon felt in iran is economy is struggling and inflation is soaring iranian officials remain defiant accusing the u.s. and its allies in the middle east of plotting to undermine that country. iran spent last year 16000000000 dollars on on all of its military with almost
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a 1000000 people under arms we paid $16000000000.00 the united arab emirates with it totaled $1000000.00 population indigenous population spent 22000000000 dollars saudi arabia spent $87000000000.00 now if you're talking about threats coming from countries in the region the threat is coming from the united states and its western allies who are poor in weapons into this reading making it a tender box ready to blow up. the view clear deal it may not hold the e.u. has established a mechanism to bypass the u.s. sanctions but iran is calling for its leaders ward if the sanctions continue there will resume enriching uranium beyond the limit agreed under the terms of the 2015 deal runs and germany say they won't join the u.s. led naval build a move some see as an attempt by the 2 countries to give diplomacy
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a chance possible but i'll dizzier. and you can watch hashem is a full interview with iran's foreign minister on talk to out here on tuesday at 030 g.m.t. iraq's health ministry says at least 15 people have been injured in an explosion in the capital baghdad children are among the wounded according to local media the blast happened during the decommissioning of old weapons at an ammunition depot in the south of the city saudi arabia is offering its full support to yemen's government after southern separatists took effective control of the port city of aden crown prince mohammed bin sandman and king solomon of met leaders from the u.a.e. and yemen the u.a.e. is now urging dialogue despite backing the separatists who know watched a major offensive at the weekend a saudi emirate he led coalition has been fighting yemen's hoofy rebels for more than 4 years. u.s.
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peace talks with the afghan taliban have ended without an agreement the 8th round of talks were held in doha and began earlier this month a key sticking point has been washington's demand that the taliban share power with afghanistan's u.s. backed government the u.s. also wants the armed group to commit to a cease fire there are fears that when american troops withdraw the taliban will fight on to try to overthrow the kabul government the trumpet ministration has rolled out another hardline policy aimed at reducing the number of people coming to the united states under the latest rules it will be harder for legal immigrants who rely on government benefits like subsidized housing and food stamps to obtain permanent legal status our white house correspondent kimberly halkett reports. as migrants come to the united states seeking a better life those who come legally sometimes rely on government benefits for food and housing but that assistance may now come at the cost of obtaining full
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citizenship on monday u.s. officials announce those who come to the u.s. must be financially independent immigrants who need help from social programs may be denied so-called green cards or the ability to obtain work permits and even permanent residency president trance administrator ssion is reinforcing the ideals of self-sufficiency and personal responsibility ensuring that immigrants are able to support themselves and become successful here in america the announcement comes just days after officials arrested hundreds of people in the u.s. state of mississippi cuse to working illegally in food processing plants the u.s. government says it's also targeting employers who hire such workers but so far none of the employers in the mississippi raid has been fined or arrested we just finished an investigation very similar in tennessee over $150.00 arrests 18 months
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ago we now have an individual employer who's got a year and a half cents in federal prison for this effort we're in the middle of a criminal investigation this case will be pursued the raids have sparked protests in the united states critics say the raids are part of president trump's effort to marginalize minority populations this is ministration has directed d.h.l. to to conduct these raids as part of what i believe is this administration's campaign of terror. well just to make holes whole populations of people afraid to go to work the white house argues congress passed bipartisan legislation in 1906 to prevent immigrants from exploiting public benefits but the laws were enforced as congress has been an able to reform immigration law the trunk administration says it's seeking to attract only the most self-reliant applicants the benefit to taxpayers is a long term benefit of seeking to ensure that our immigration system is bringing
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people to join us as american citizens as legal permanent residents 1st who can stand on their own 2 feet who will not be reliant on the welfare system especially in the to the modern welfare state which is so expensive and expensive frankly the new immigration policy will take effect in october but it's almost certain to face legal challenges in the courts can really help at al-jazeera the white house the window guatemala's presidential elections says he hopes to make changes to a divisive migration deal signed with the u.s. last month and a day has also promised to reinstate the death penalty and deploy troops onto the streets it was a landslide victory for the conservative candidate who secured a commanding lead over former 1st lady sandra torres john heilemann has more. what tamal is new president elect a 100 gym
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a day on his 4th attempt the man they call the attorney candidate has finally won we don't think i'm very happy happy and satisfied with the results with the confidence of the guatemalan people. but who is gemma today a conservative planes to resolve polls say a guatemalans top 2 concerns the 1st security danger that there's a lot of crime and you're free to go out because there are many thieves to imitate plans to get tough bring in but the death penalty and restricting rights for gang members in jail. and the 2nd a lack of jobs that leads to guatemala city more people to the u.s. border than any of the country is probably why it is that all the way the problem is that since there's no work in guatemala many people migrate and sometimes it's sad what happens to those who die or get killed while searching for a new future to help their family get him a taste promised to stop the creating jobs by increasing tourism and foreign
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investment to build what he calls an economic wall it's going to be tough inequality is deeply ingrained in a country that's the biggest economy in central america but in which more than half the population live in poverty is way off confirming added to all this is an unexpected challenge a deal just signed by the outgoing president with the u.s. it says that migrants crossing the country mainly from honduras and el salvador have to ask for asylum in guatemala rather than continue to the states if it's ratified it could mean tens of thousands of new arrivals mr jim at day doesn't want that deal but he may have to take it us a threatening tariffs of not. one other thing he doesn't want the u.n. backed anticorruption commission which he graphed in the business and political elite hard he's shown no interest in renewing its mandate that's made him far from universally popular. in a country struggling with impunity starting from january when he takes office it's
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4 years to win over the diagnosis john holdren. scientists say they're a step closer to finding a cure for the bowler virus 2 experimental drugs drastically improved survival rates in a clinical trial in the democratic republic of congo the medications were developed using antibodies harvested from a bogus survivors the treatments will now be offered to all about a patients in the d.r. c. the virus has been spreading in the central african country since august 28th and has now become a 2nd of the world's 2nd largest outbreak still ahead on the al-jazeera news hour heavy rains hamper rescue efforts in china as the death toll from typhoon lekima grows. it's been credited with saving the bold eagle and grizzly bear 20 why the u.s. is stripping back its endangered species act. and has bought a 13 year old ukrainian diver qualifies for take urine and pigs will have more on
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that story in the program. hello dana welcome back to international weather forecast while we have seen a lot of better weather here across parts of western europe that we did have a big storm that did push through the region brought some very gusty winds a lot of power outages across much of the area the storm system is now making its way up here toward scandinavia now we are picking up a few more showers across parts of central europe we do have a frontal boundary that is coming down across this area this is going to give us some severe weather over the next few days we're going to be watching that very carefully but also the winds are going to continue here across much of northern germany denmark as well as poland as well temptress london though here on tuesday we are looking at about 20 degrees things to get worse as we go towards wednesday
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would you pick up a lot more rain a lot more winds temptress coming down to about 18 degrees there also we are going to see some very rainy and stormy conditions out here across much of eastern europe all the way down here across the balkan peninsula in those storms could be quite severe at times down here towards the southeast though the temperatures are still quite warm we're talking athens at $35.00 degrees and also istanbul at about $38.00 where across the northern part of africa we are looking at times just coming down for tunis study about $35.00 degrees here on tuesday but by the time we get towards wednesday $32.00 degrees here and because at 30. if you're looking at this from the outside you would really wonder what was going on but what is this grace is a religion that they have an in-depth exploration of global capitalism and our obsession with economic drug this is still the center of capitalism there is no limits i view myself as
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a capital artist we are trying to obey because of those smaller and smaller we don't want to base that realistic in the world we would rather have a fantasy growing pains on al-jazeera it's very difficult as a chef or restaurant or to buy shrimp with the confidence that what you're serving is going to feed. seafood by nature is a hybrid model being sometimes using production drugs. that are not approved for use in the us the f.d.a. simply isn't testing enough on the imported market to really find all of these phyla the president take note at this time on al-jazeera.
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they're going to run a top stories here and i'm sure argentina's currency has collapsed after president shock defeat in sunday's presidential primary fell by more than 30 percent against the dollar but has since recovered by about 15 points. hundreds of protesters have defined a secure down in indian administered kashmir as residents of a disputed territory celebrate the holiday. and an exclusive interview with al jazeera iran's foreign minister has accused the u.s. of leading a military buildup in the strait of hormuz that could destabilize the region. the world's busiest travel hubs has been paralyzed of the home combs antigovernment protests is occupied the international airport with $100.00 outgoing flights were canceled on monday well the operations are expected to resume in half an hour he creasing the violent protests of the chinese rule territory it has been
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a serious crisis in decades well what right has more from hong kong. as word spread on social media to target hong kong's airport thousands oncet the cole the roads around the terminal building quickly became jammed with many protesters completing the journey on foot as they swarmed inside this was the result. both departure and arrival holes completely overrun protesters have been enraged by what they say was the brutal clearance of sunday's illegal demonstrations by police and the wounding of a young woman shot in the eye with a so-called being back around them like a police shot the female protester in the eye this made everyone angry we don't understand why the police could be so brutal about a girl statement please just as the hong kong people as part of their 10 week campaign against the now suspended extradition bell the protesters have been
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staging an adult sit in to tell visitors about their movement. but the numbers on monday brought outgoing passenger flights to a standstill. and arriving passengers were left to find what have a transport they could through the chaotic crowds and this is the airport express the train that runs from the terminal into cow looted hong kong there is a real crush of people here now a mix of tourists who flowed into this chaos but also it seems a number of demonstrators who want to try to leave the terminal with rumors circulating that the police are about to move in. as evening arrived so the crowds of protesters then doubt with still no sign of police despite being warned to stay away from the terminal hundreds of passengers seem to have nowhere else to go and no one behind the check in counters to tell them my airline see in this says that
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deflate is they're still going but you know it's not i told this war we can't walk out with you see can't get any tier 3 digit lead. as hong kong seems to slip further into crisis the chinese central government is following events closely aging is shallow water strange but there comes a point if you know at some point people start dying on either side least on the protest side and order cannot be restored and the city cannot function then you haue a breakdown in civil society and china has promised not to let the city spiral out of control with a further warning on monday that's a critical moment has been reached. bride al jazeera hong kong. 180 people have died in monsoon flooding in southern and western india nearly half of the deaths of occurred in the state of kara which was the worst hit around 1000000
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people are now an emergency camps officials say fuel shortages are widespread in districts that are being cut off from the largest cities. and a neighboring man ma more than 50 people are now confirmed to have died off to friday's landslide in southeast and nonstate thousands more have been displaced by monsoon flooding the rates remain blocked with homes and schools submerged any villages have taken refuge on top of their homes. the death toll from typhoon lekima which has battered much of eastern china has risen to $45.00 rescue efforts are underway with more than a dozen people still missing after the storm moved up the coast through shanghai towards the capital beijing to rental downpours have triggered landslides and heavy flooding the hundreds of homes and crops have been damaged so it hardly has an assist from joshing county. when then super
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typhoon leukaemia came ashore early saturday morning here on the eastern coast of china it was the worst storm a time i had seen for years and what happened is it hit the eastern coast very early saturday morning but what happens here in this community you know there are 5000000 people in china there are impacted by this storm system and why this community was impacted the most of any of those 5000000 that's because up along this valley now this is an area that's outside the evacuation zone over a 1000000 people were evacuated during this typhoon the people here were not because they're outside of that zone the storm wasn't supposed to come this far and it really didn't but what did happen is up the valley water started the pool a natural dam formed and then it broke and then flash floods came streaming down this valley and buried more than 20 people in a community just up the river a little bit and you can see here the community is still cleaning up and this is well after 2 days since the storm hit. what they're doing is
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they're having to clear these areas on the way up to where some of the biggest devastation is now obviously they're going to do this repeated times as they go up now they're telling us they just got here on monday you know it's couple of days after the typhoon that's because they're specialist to do exactly what just happened now again there are many more kilometers of this work straight up the road that they have to do now in the meantime though further down the line there are still people missing about approximately 9 people they think are still buried beneath this rubble so the searching goes on and the cleanup goes on but obviously this is very beneficial for the rescue crews that have to get further up the valley maybe more evacuations on the special end of gran canaria as a wildfire threatens several towns well thought she's had declared the fire contained on sunday but high winds caused it to flare up again overnight 1000 people have been forced from their hands. and firefighters in greece have managed to stop the spread of a wildfire on the outskirts of athens but he said the area in the capital is
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eastern suburbs and no injuries have been reported. italian senate will meet on tuesday to set a date for a motion of no confidence in the government interior minister matteo salvini declared last week that the ruling coalition had broken down its thought so vini who leads the right wing likud party is hoping to capitalize on his rising popularity with an early election at the moment he says power the 5 star movement which he accuses of holding up plans for regional autonomy a new infrastructure is that the other girls now are but the fact of the escape of the power from the fact that so many ran away quickly and did not leave any declination in parliament even started a government crisis outside parliament which is very serious and a constitution foresees any kind of crisis is opened inside parliament because all citizens have the right to know and for this reason there are debates in the chamber not at the beach so let's try and get to the prime minister and interior minister mr sylvania back into the chamber. south africa's president has
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successfully blocked an inquiry over his campaign donations pending an appeal to the country's anti corruption watchdog alleges cyril ramaphosa deliberately misled parliament over a $32000.00 donation during his campaign for a.n.c. party leadership in 2017 but a ruling by they preach oriya high court blocks any investigation into run opposer while he appeals the watchdogs findings coming to miller has more from pretoria. president has managed to get a in interdict to stop the remedial action that was recommended by the public protector against him and that's link to her reports that she said he had deliberately misled parliament when answering questions around donations to his campaign when he was running for president of the african national congress on the public protector and said that the president as should be referred to the ethics committee within parliament he that he had violated the executive ethics code and
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also she believes that there was enough evidence to indicate that there were this potentially money laundering involved in the movement of these campaign funds now this is something the president has denied he sought this interdict to prevent the remedial action from being implemented but is also wanting that report to be reviewed by the court he says the courts will decide whether or not the sir report should stand now the public protector has had difficulties in the past and some of our other reports with the constitutional court has also say that she's acted a conducted in in an improper conducted herself in an improper manner and is in fact also lied under oath no the spat between the public protector and him up or so is one that's dominated the public debate here in south africa there are a lot of questions being raised around what's question still remark was a has to on so with regard to campaign donations which all parties and political
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leaders we receive but also the agenda behind the public project there are media reports and observers who who say that the public protector has a political agenda and that some of these reports that she's issued are unfounded and this has a great to deal has more to do with the issues within the african national congress in that it's a split party and there are perhaps people behind the scenes who potentially want the president out but essentially he's been able to get that interdict and now those remedial action is on hold until that report is reviewed by the court. teenage pregnancy rates around the world have been declining according to the world health organization but in latin america the rate is 30 percent higher than the global average it is when you're in particular is struggling to deal with the issue as the economic crisis takes its toll on the public health system there is
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a poor reports from caracas. life has not been easy for. the past year she lives in one of the largest i'm forest. she's 14 and already has a one year old son just some better cama i got pregnant when i was 12 the baby's father left and now i'm living with my mother but it's not easy because i have 3 other siblings the economic situation is difficult for all of us. now trying to get authorization from the venezuelan government to get a job in a supermarket she says she's struggling to feed her child every day. my biggest fear is that my son won't turn out well to be a good man i know that if i don't work he will grow up in poverty like i did bowl is not alone according to the united nations population fund our own one in 4 babies in venezuela is born to a teenager. the country has the highest rate of teenage pregnancies in latin
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america the country's political and economic crisis has cost reproductive health standards to deteriorate even more. neighbor jennifer is 17 she has an 18 month old son. i got pregnant because we grew up without the means to take care of ourselves i did not know i could have a baby and contraceptives are too expensive and we cannot afford them caring for our children is difficult i don't want my child to be undernourished like so many others. hyperinflation makes it difficult to buy food and medicines contraceptives are out of reach that's why people line up in front of these n.g.o.s every day clinics like this one receive lots of donations from abroad and that's why they can provide accessible contraceptives to the population but this device for example is about $150.00 on the street while here it costs only for the problem is that
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sometimes they don't have enough dr embry says that prices is having an impact and that more and more young people are coming here looking for help in order to hang on that we're giving away what we have and it's a lot working with the health ministry but now we're out of contraceptive pills on the streets they cost $10.00 times more and the people cannot afford it earlier this year the united nations launched an emergency program focused on the prevention of violence but that also provides assistance in reproductive health. venezuela has very progressive laws and had several programs to protect and empower girls the problem is that now the programs are underfunded and without resources we are focusing on giving away contraceptive education and prevention bola says she would like to go back to school one day and become an astrologer but pursuing a dream is not easy in venezuela these days public services have collapsed
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a lack of education and reproductive health care are leaving girls exposed to unwanted pregnancies that add up to the difficulties they already endured. the trumpet ministration is significantly weakening u.s. conservation laws in a move likely to clear the way for new mining and oil and gas drilling on the changes to the endangered species act the government will be able to take into account the economic cost of protecting a species and $170.00 law is credited with bringing several iconic species back from the brink of extinction and fish of course. it's an iconic american symbol the national bird picked for its long life great strength and majesty and no could be under threat the bald eagle was just one of the things protected under the 1973 endangered species act signed into law by president nixon it's been described as the most essential piece of legislation protecting fish plants and wildlife in the
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u.s. supporters see it save the likes of the grizzly bear and the florida manatee from extinction but don't trump wants to expand oil and gas drilling and to do that means opening up the areas the protected species called home and no the white house has announced this to change the way the endangered species act is applied it says it will ease the burden on landowners and make economic growth easier before only science could be used to determine if a species should be protected no economic factors will also play a part but i would hope is that each city each each community each state in the united states takes their own independent action to protect the endangered species that are found in their locality in a sense by passing the federal system just as they're doing with the climate change that you ation where cities and companies and communities have taken climate change seriously even though the u.s.
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government appears not to be the change will be lodged in the federal register it takes 30 days before it becomes accepted policy just 3 months ago a united nations report one human pressures could push 1000000 species into extinction worldwide and it suggested protecting london biodiversity was critical to keep greenhouse gas emissions under control very mentalists a polar bears an arctic seals could be among those at risk from these new u.s. regulations alan fischer al-jazeera. well not to do it is a central africa one of the world's most endangered species but they're making a slow and fragile return from the brink of extinction since 2010 the population has increased by a quarter to just over 1000 stephanie decker reports rivero in the mountains iran center of conservation efforts. what you did and were at the foot of the very good mountains and getting a briefing on how to behave around the mountain gorilla that's what everyone here
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has come to see and they've paid 1500 dollars each to spend one hour with the great apes in their habitat to you're excited i am beyond excited this is an international treasure that is being protected in rwanda and i'm so lucky to be able to experience it i can't wait and and the cost is they put the concept where you think about it i think i think that's fair i did limits access certainly to people who can afford it but i think by talking about what the mountain gorillas are providing for the communities that makes a lot of sense. this hike is not for the faint of heart it's beautiful but challenging terrain we trekked uphill for over an hour. our guide augustan shows us how gorillas get their water. and keep the energy high.
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and then. right in front of us a family babies mothers and the impressive great big family man the silverback. the young ones are curious we have to move back not to get too close. others seem almost bored by our presence but. then a display of power. we walk around to get another view it's incredible. to spout critics and their bad acts just really watching us watch these great apes face extinction just a couple of decades ago and their surprise could just picked up us to greece. before we know it the hour is up and it's time to track back down chris.
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christie says. of. pace. rhonda's tourism policy we're told is one of low volume high value visitor numbers are restricted and the price is high translates to $25.00 per minute for the hours spent with the gorillas tourist actually who come to see the girl as i understand why we've done that understand that it's all about conservation for the species and you can even see it in the in the in the last recent systems that we did our strategy has actually prevent to be done right away to do this we've seen a 26 percent increase in the number of individuals who are in the us so it's working both on the conservation side and on the tourism side it's a fragile success story critically endangered for years and now their status has been adjusted to endangered the latest census shows or just over
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a 1000 gorillas spanning rwanda uganda and the democratic republic of congo from just around 200 a few decades ago but that still doesn't seem a large number when you think that it's the whole world's entire population of these incredible animals. stephanie decker al-jazeera in the video melton's of rwanda. so the head. and head of the 2nd. next. business updates. going places together.
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lauren thank you very much the world will be watching those are the words of boxing promoter 81 the head of december's world heavyweight title rematch between anthony joshua and andy ruiz jr in saudi arabia the fight will take place in an open air stadium near the capital riyadh on the 7th of december speaking to al jazeera in london who negative publicity surrounding the bout could help viewing figures. thank you just not connick moment for this but you know we can't be naive enough to think that boxing exists in britain and in the usa this is a chance to really change the landscape of the sport saudi arabia have invested in a make a fight but not for the 1st time you know that invested in smaller fights to get himself prepared for that some of which i've attended i'm not a politician i look at it commercially from a sports event perspective obviously they have a vision to change the perception in the the the why of the country through sport and he's very comfortable find out that he's looking forward to the experience but
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most importantly he's not worrying too much about the politics that we fight that he really must win for his career and it's a fight that i believe will be an awkward moment just for just in the past we did rumble in the jungle and through manila this will go down as another one of those so crazy to ok sure if you don't wear a massive mega fire has taken place out of curiosity have positives and negatives the world will be watching i think they knew when they signed this fights that they they would be blowback on them for going to saudi arabia you know the other sporting events that suffer the have suffered the same. criticism for going to saudi that this talk of this to sports washing which the saudi government are accused of doing to cover what to say in those human rights issues but i think rightly as well. and that he heard and see this as a sporting event and an opportunity to go into new areas and don't see it as
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a political platform form a formula one constructor's champions red bull have demoted p.a. ghastly midway through the season gets me on the right here has been struggling for form alongside max for stepan who's won 2 races this season he'll now drop down to red bull system. for the rest of the season start in the belgian room prince of temper ghastly will be replaced by this man the rookie thai driver alexander elbow on who moves in the opposite direction from toro rosso. tennis and andy murray's 1st singles match since returning from hip surgery has ended in defeat the former world number one who's now ranked 326 in the world was beaten in straight sets by world number 56 reshad gas k. another big name to go out in cincinnati is former u.s. open champion madden challenge the crow that suffered a shock defeat against the rather albert of mulled over the world number $39.00 upstaging is more illustrious opponent in straight sets 64 and since.
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one of cricket's most famous rivalries the ashes between australia and england resumes on wednesday with the 2nd test at lord's the australians go into the game off the back of a crushing 251 run win against the english in the 1st test in birmingham left arm quick mitchell starc could return for the aussies as they chase a 1st series win in england since 2001 as for the hosts while they look set to give a day beats one of the heroes of their world cup win fast bowler just for archer. well is spent any america's variously. just wild horse hopefully will sooner or later and i can come in. coward america as a traitor. just really curious and. interested say how you guys he hasn't played much what red book cricket is by a lot of what will cricket obviously the great temperament is incredible athlete
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but test creates very different and what will cricket his airplanes to him every night different than there are going to be against james anderson or broad wykes been. 2003 rugby world cup winners england have named a squad for this year's tournament which starts next month in japan and farah will captain the team with the biggest surprise perhaps the admission of saying to teo with the recent decline in form from world champions new zealand england will feel they are among a handful of sides who could go all the way. into the world. who gets the big. right. piece of the right time. with this that could be that could be good then. a 13 year old ukrainian diver has qualified for the 2020 tokyo olympics or lexie said he had won gold in
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the 10 meter platform diving at the european championships in kiev making him the event's youngest winner at 13 years and 7 months he is 3 months younger than the previous record holder briton tom daley said it is by no means the only young sports star to make a splash over the years romania is not a common it sure was 14 when she became the 1st german has to be awarded a perfect score of 10 at the olympic games in 1976 american soccer star freddy adu was also 14 years old when he signed his 1st professional contract but its goal for lucy levy who comes in as the youngest on this list she was just 11 when she played in the women's u.s. open in 2040. and the british 4 by 400 meter relay team were disqualified from the european championships because they got the paperwork wrong amazingly they accidentally registered the reserve short puts the use of satellites in the lineup
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instead of sprinter rubber you see if you can see it's getting but the shot put himself treated that he would definitely have a run in the race and that's all. i very much in a quick reminder him catch up anyhow with all the stories we're covering on our website address that is ours here dot com. as ever mean aren't there ever is news out of the document with another full run of the day's news thanks for watching. perception is validation we believe what we see but in one life time
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a security lockdown in indian administered kashmir as muslims in the disputed region marked the $800.00 day plus. the threat is coming from the united states and its western allies for pouring into making the tinderbox ready to blow up an exclusive interview with iran's foreign minister who warns the u.s. against deploying more forces to the gulf also. stephanie take the fruit. fly. cost $25.00. and i watching tina's currency has collapsed after president. shock defeat in sunday's presidential primary the peso fell by more than 30 percent against the dollar bonuses partially recovered by about 15 points mcrae's left wing rival best
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to fernandez came in more than 15 percent ahead in the vote at the primaries you know a key indicator head of october's general election has found to reverse the result of having to live in the oh you must unfortunately today we had a very bad day very bad we have more today than before what happened we're going through a very strong impact the dollars back up again with all the consequences that that has. that has more from. after a day of emergency meetings 1st of all with the central bank chief then with his cabinet president marty saw him at 3 spoke to the nation appealing to the electorate to give him more time to implement the policies that he's been pushing for the last 3 and a half years policies that he said will get argentina back on economic track but these are policies that the electorate by a large margin rejected in the primaries why more than 15 percent they have put him
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to be putting their support behind the opposition a little for a man this and his vice presidential running mate with former president cristina fernandez the kitchen out of the markets reacted strongly because they're scared they say of her implementing her coming back into power and implementing the policies that she's pushed for her 8 years in office between 20072015 policies that they say brought argentina into its present economic crisis high inflation rising poverty and lack of foreign investment the electorate now left with 2 very stark choices between an economic policy of the government that they believe doesn't work and the economic policy of the opposition which the more financial markets have made perfectly clear they don't want to work with. hundreds of protesters have defined
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a security lockdown in indian administered kashmir as residents of the disputed territory mark the muslim holy day of aid demonstrations marched in the city a shooting guard more than a week after india imposed direct rule priyanka gupta has more from new delhi. it's the muslim holiday of either. the largest city in india administered kashmir under the tightest security in a week or. worshipers attend prayers but only in neighborhood mosques. a peaceful protest followed. these kashmiris are angry at the indian government's decision to reform their autonomy. so there was a god in order for muslims there were 2 days which are festive and sacred and that's a need but this is not. we're just morning. the government says
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security restrictions are being eased in most areas in general and parts of kashmir valley. our policy is greater relaxation and great easing out so that people can come out and greet each other but at the same time we are keeping a watch on the situation if they are any mysterious elements who want to disturb peace we'll be tough with them. in new delhi me students meet the best of the holiday far away from home they say they haven't been able to speak to their families for over a week. to gather for a feast but their minds are on the events unfolding back home. this is the 1st time that you know we have not been able to walk or talk to our parents are important which is not only. not only just really important but culturally important as well we have not been able to speak or might have not spoken to my family for 7. more
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some kashmiris and activists gathered in the heart of the capital all determined to get their voices heard. there is anger and frustration among these areas in new delhi stunned by the extent of the communication blackout that stopping them from reaching their families especially in the muslim holiday of the government says these are structured is a temporary. but its impact can be felt on the daily lives of those cut off from the outside world. al-jazeera delhi pakistan's government has suggested that people turn down the aid celebrations in solidarity with kashmir is has war from islamabad. although it did in pakistan it is on not so modern or most of the television networks that would normally be throwing entertainment programs a concentrating on the issue of the pakistani foreign minister also expanding.
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in the focus on the administers because. he of course has sent a strong message that did international community must take note of crises the biggest. pakistan right now is nor just a political battle and a war of words that is going on between new delhi and this. by the humanitarian crisis the people in indian administered kashmir have been in a state of lockdown for 7 days now they're running out of food and medicine. reports indicate from. the situation indeed and the apprehension that once these people come out and they're just fiction as i lifted that people are they going to win. on the streets which would lead to more bloodshed that is something the pakistani foreign minister has been warning about the fact that the pakistani
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military chief general. draw also spend time with their troops celebrating or rather all deserving with this front line troops on the line of control that their white indian and pakistani military forces his message. to people stand strong with rather than say. iran's foreign minister has accused the u.s. of needing a military buildup in the gulf that could destabilize the region in exclusive interview with al jazeera raman jevons arief says more warships in the strait of hormuz will need to move in security hope our ports. as the u.s. maintains the pressure on iran tension is on the rise american and british vessels have been deployed in the gulf as the u.s. calls for an international military coalition to secure the strait of hold was one of the wells busiest shipping. but iran's foreign minister javad zarif
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told. the naval buildup could destabilize the entire region this is a tiny body of water and the more poor and noble vessels you have in this body of water the less secure it is for everybody. based on experience president of the united states important neighbor pleat in the persian gulf has never produced security america will not be held hostage to nuclear blackmail it all started last year when u.s. president donald trump pulled out of the landmark 2015 year clear agreement with iran saying it was a bad deal he then reinstated sanctions targeting to her around and countries trading with it. the sanctions were soon felt in iran is economy is struggling and inflation is soaring iranian officials remain defiant accusing the u.s.
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and its allies in the middle east of plotting to undermine that country. iran spent last year 16000000000 dollars on all of its military with almost a 1000000 people under arms we paid $16000000000.00 the united arab emirates with it totaled $1000000.00 population indigenous population spent 22000000000 dollars saudi arabia spent $87000000000.00 now if you're talking about threats coming from countries in the region the threat is coming from the united states and its western allies who are pouring weapons into this reader making it a tender box ready to blow up where with the nuclear deal it may not hold the e.u. has established a mechanism to bypass the u.s. sanctions but iran is calling for more its leaders warn if the sanctions continue there will resume enriching uranium beyond the limit agreed under the terms of the
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2015 deal runs and germany say they won't join the u.s. led naval build a move some see as an attempt by the 2 countries to give diplomacy a chance. and you can watch passions full interview with iran's foreign minister on talked out of syria on tuesday at 0030 g.m.t. . saudi arabia is offering its full support to yemen's government after southern separatists took effective control of the port city of aden crown prince mohammed bin soundman and king solomon of met leaders from the u.a.e. and yemen the u.a.e. is now urging dialogue despite backing the separatists who launched a major offensive at the weekend a saudi a mirage led coalition has been fighting yemen's who the rebels for more than 4 years u.s. peace talks with the afghan taliban have ended without an agreement the 8th round
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of talks were held in doha and began earlier this month a key sticking point has been washington's demand that the taliban share power with afghanistan's u.s. backed government the u.s. also wants the armed group to commit to a cease fire there are fears that when american troops withdraw or the taliban will fight on to try to overthrow the kabul government. still to come this half hour flights where you had one of asia's busiest airports it was ground to a halt by pregnant proceed protesters. and is being credited with saving the bald eagle and grizzly bear it will tell you why the u.s. is stripping back its endangered species act. hello again it's good to have you back we did see a lot of stormy weather here across the southeastern part of australia this past
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weekend a lot of that activity is now moving towards the east or we're going to be seeing some better weather across much of the area temperatures are going to be rebounding here on tuesday across much of the areas of abridgement $21.00 degrees there melbourne still a little bit cool at about 11 degrees for you well here towards the west we're going to be seeing the temperatures dropping there for a purpose where we see a storm system coming out of the indian ocean so 19 degrees here but by the time that storm comes through we're in to be seeing some rain as well as winds temperatures dropping maybe 5 degrees down to about 14 degrees as your forecast high here on wednesday well for the north in the south island of new zealand we are still looking at a lot of clouds wind and rain over the next few days you can see that the clouds right here on the satellite image but as we go towards tuesday we're going to be seeing some rain showers and some winds particular down here across much of the south island but by the time we get towards wednesday it's going to be mostly cloudy across much of the area temp just to come down christ church we do expect to see only 8 degrees as your forecast high and then here across much of china we're
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going to see a lot of rain across much of the northern part of the korean peninsula as well as into china but for sapporo expect to see a nice day with a temperature of 25. in an exclusive series of documentaries i was born into a very ordinary joe. but his family his hero shows 5 different stories i am just so excited to focus on anything else right now from 5 different countries it was really great. but i was supposed to leave. with the one journey no one in my family has ever been to mecca this is a joyful occasion the road to has on al-jazeera.
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the mind of the top stories here not just here argentina's currency has collapsed after president. shock defeat in sunday's presidential primary the purser fell by more than 30 percent against the dollar this is partially recovered about 15 points . hundreds of protesters have defined a security lockdown in indian administered kashmir as residents of the territory of disputed territory mark the holiday. and an exclusive interview with al jazeera iran's foreign minister has accused the us of leading a military buildup in the strait of hormuz that could destabilize the region. the trump administration has rolled out another hardline policy aimed at reducing the number of people coming to the united states on to the latest rules it will be hard to fit legal immigrants who are die on government benefits like subsidized
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housing and food stamps to paint permanent legal status a white house correspondent kimberly hellcat reports. as migrants come to the united states seeking a better life those who come legally sometimes rely on government benefits for food and housing but that assistance may now come at the cost of obtaining full citizenship on monday u.s. officials announced those who come to the u.s. must be financially independent immigrants who need help from social programs may be denied so-called green cards or the ability to obtain work permits and even permanent residency president trance administrator ssion is reinforcing the ideals of self-sufficiency and personal responsibility ensuring that immigrants are able to support themselves and become successful here in america the announcement comes just days after officials arrested hundreds of people in the u.s.
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state of mississippi cuse to working illegally in food processing plants the u.s. government says it's also targeting employers who hire such workers but so far none of the employers in the mississippi raid has been fined or arrested we just finished an investigation very similar in tennessee were over $150.00 arrests 18 months ago we now have an individual employer who's got a year and a half cents in federal prison for this effort we're in the middle of a criminal investigation this case will be pursued the raids have sparked protests in the united states critics say the raids are part of president trump's effort to marginalize minority populations this is ministration has directed d.h.l. to to conduct these rains as part of what i believe is this administration's campaign of terror. which is to make holes whole populations of people afraid to go to work the white house argues congress passed bipartisan legislation in 1906 to
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prevent immigrants from exploiting public benefits but the laws were enforced as congress has been an able to reform immigration law the trunk administration says it's seeking to attract only the most self-reliant applicants the benefit to taxpayers is a long term benefit of seeking to ensure that our immigration system is bringing people to join us as american citizens as legal permanent residents 1st who can stand on their own 2 feet who will not be reliant on the welfare system especially in the of the modern welfare state which is so expansive and expensive frankly the new immigration policy will take effect in october but it's almost certain to face legal challenges in the courts can really help get al-jazeera the white house so on to say this a step closer to finding a cure for the a bowl of virus to experimental drugs drastically improved survival rates in
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a clinical trial in the democratic republic of congo the drugs were developed using antibodies harvested from a bone to survive as a treatment will now be offered to patients in the d.r. c. the virus has been spreading in the central african country since august 28th and it's now become the world's 2nd largest outbreak flights a resuming at hong kong international airport after all departures were suspended due to protests on monday travel as a queuing to check into flights less than 24 hours after anti-government protesters flooded the main terminal prompting officials to shut down operations increasingly violent protests have promised the chinese will territory into its most serious crisis in decades but bryant has more from hong kong. as word spread on social media to target hong kong's airport thousands oncet the cole the roads around the terminal building quickly became jammed with many
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protesters completing the journey on foot as they swarmed inside this was the result. both departure and arrival holds completely overrun protesters have been enraged by what they say was the brutal clearance of sunday's illegal demonstrations by police and the wounding of a young woman shot in the eye with a so-called being back around them like a police shot the female protester in the eye this made everyone angry we don't understand why the police could be so brutal about a girl shame on police justice for hong kong people as part of their 10 week campaign against the now suspended extradition bell the protesters have been staging an adult sit in to tell visitors about their movement. but the numbers on monday brought outgoing passenger flights to a standstill. and the arriving passengers were left to find what have
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a transport they could through the chaotic crowds and this is the airport express the train that runs from the terminal into cow looted hong kong there is a real crush of people here now a mix of tourists flowed into this chaos but also it seems the number of demonstrators who were trying to leave the terminal with rumors circulating that the police are about to move in. as evening arrived so the crowds of protesters thin down with still no sign of police despite being warned to stay away from the terminal hundreds of passengers seem to have nowhere else to go and no one behind the checking counters to tell them my airline sin is says that deflate is they're still going but you know it's not i told this war we can't walk you can't walk with you see can't see any tier 3 digit legs. as hong kong seems to slip further into
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crisis the chinese central government is following events closely aging is shallow water strange but there comes a point if you know at some point people start dying on either side least on the protest side and order cannot be restored and the city cannot function then you have a breakdown in civil society and china has promised not to let the city spiral out of control with a further warning on monday that's a critical moment has been breached. al-jazeera hong kong. well 180 people have died in monsoon flooding in southern and western india nearly half of the deaths of occurred in the state of carolina which was the worst hit around 1000000 people are now in emergency camps officials say fuel shortages a wide spread in districts that are being cut off from larger cities the death toll from typhoon lekima which has battered much of eastern china has risen to $45.00
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rescue efforts are underway with more than a dozen people still missing after the storm moved up the coast through shanghai towards the capital beijing to rental downpours have triggered landslides and heavy flooding on hundreds of homes and crops have been damaged the economic toll from the typhoon is said to cost already cost more than $2000000000.00 italian said it will meet on tuesday to set a date for a motion of no confidence in the government interior minister matteo salvini seen here relaxing in sicily declared last week that the ruling coalition had broken down its thoughts and v.d. who leads the right wing league party is hoping to capitalize on his rising popularity with an early election at the moment he has power with the 5 star movement which he accuses of holding up plans for regional autonomy and new infrastructure. but the fact that apart from the fact that sylvie ran away
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quickly and did not leave any declaration in parliament he then started a government crisis outside parliament which is very serious a constitution foresees any kind of crisis is opened inside parliament because all citizens have the right to know and for this reason there are debates in the chamber not at the beach so let's try and get to the prime minister and interior minister mr sylvania back into the chamber. the trump and ministration is significantly weakening us conservation laws in a move likely to clear the way for new mining and oil and gas drilling and the changes to the endangered species act the government will be able to take into account the economic cost of protecting a species and $170.00 is credited with bringing several iconic species back from the brink of extinction helen fisher reports. it's an iconic american symbol the national bird picked for its long life great strength and majesty and no could be under threat the bald eagle was just one of the things protected under the 1973
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endangered species act signed into law by president nixon it's been described as the most essential piece of legislation protecting fish plants and wildlife in the u.s. supporters see it save the likes of the grizzly bear and the florida manatee from extinction but don't trump wants to expand oil and gas drilling and to do that means opening up the areas the protected species called home and no the white house has announced this to change the way the endangered species act is applied it says it will ease the burden on landowners and make economic growth easier before only science could be used to determine if a species should be protected no economic factors will also play a part what i would hope is that each city each each community each state in the united states takes their own independent action to protect the endangered species that are found in their locality in a sense bypassing the federal system just as they're doing with the climate change
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that you ation where cities and companies and communities have taken climate change seriously even though the u.s. government appears not to be the change will be lodged in the federal register it takes 30 days before it becomes accepted policy just 3 months ago a united nations report warned human pressures could push 1000000 species into extinction worldwide and it suggested protecting london biodiversity was critical to keep greenhouse gas emissions under control very mentalists a polar bears an arctic seals could be among those at risk from these new u.s. regulations alan fischer al-jazeera. the mountain gorillas of central africa one of the world's most endangered species but they're making a slow and fragile return from the brink of extinction says 2010 the population has increased by a quarter to just over 1000 stephanie decker reports rivero in the mountains in
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ronda essential conservation efforts. what you did and were at the foot of the very good mountains and getting a briefing on how to behave around the mountain gorilla that's what everyone here has come to see and they've paid 1500 dollars each to spend one hour with the great apes in their habitat to you excited i am beyond excited this is an international treasure that is being protected in rwanda and i'm so lucky to be able to experience it i can't wait and the cost is they put the concept where you think about it i think i think that's fair did limits access certainly to people who can afford it but i think by talking about what the mountain gorillas are providing for the communities that makes a lot of sense. this hike is not for the faint of heart it's beautiful but challenging terrain we trekked uphill for over an hour. our guide augustan
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shows us how gorillas get their water. and keep the energy high. and then. right in front of us a family babies mothers and the impressive great big family man the silverback the young ones are curious we have to move back not to get too close. others seem almost bored by our presence. then a display of power. we walk around to get another view it's incredible. to spout credits at their bad acts just really watching us watch these great apes face extinction just a couple of decades ago and their surprise could be used to patch up this craze.
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before we know it the hour is up and it's time to track back down so. let us see. what. pace. rwanda's tourism policy we're told is one of low volume high value visitor numbers are restricted and the prices high translates to $25.00 per minute for the hours spent with the gorillas tourist actually who come to see the girl as i understand why we've done that understand that it's all about conservation for the species and you can even see it in the in the in the last recent sessions that we did our strategy has actually proven to be the right way to do this we've seen a 26 percent increase in the number of individuals who are in the us so it's working both on the conservation side and on the tourism side it's
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a fragile success story critically endangered for years and now their status has been adjusted to endangered the latest census shows or just over a 1000 gorillas spanning rwanda uganda and the democratic republic of congo from just around 200 a few decades ago but that still doesn't seem a large number when you think that it's the whole world's entire population of these incredible animals stephanie decker al-jazeera in the video melton's of rwanda. you know as catch up on our website address that is al jazeera dot com and you can watch us live by clicking on the orange line like on al-jazeera dot com. the mind of the top stories on our 0 argentina's currency has collapsed after president marries geometries shock defeat in sunday's presidential primary the pay
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so fell by more than 30 percent against the dollar but a since partially recovered crees left wing rival a better off and on days came in more than 15 percent ahead in the vote the primaries are seen as a key indicator head of october's general election bakri has vowed to reverse the result now invalid in the oh you must are you in the unfortunately today we had a very bad day very bad we were poor today than before what happened we're going through a very strong impact the dollars back up again with all the consequences that that has. hundreds of protesters have defied a security lockdown in indian administered kashmir as residents of the disputed territory mark the 8 holiday demonstrators marched in the strategic city of. all the week after india moved to impose direct rule over the area thousands of soldiers are patrolling the streets and communications have been cut off for 8 days frustration is growing off to india revote kashmir's autonomy and stripped away its special status last week iran's foreign minister has accused the us of leading
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a military buildup in the gulf that could destabilize the region in an exclusive interview with al jazeera balmond jobs or if says more warships in the strait of hormuz will only lead to more insecurity last week washington doubts plans for a maritime coalition to protect shipping in the strategic waterway saudi arabia is offering its full support to yemen's government after southern separatists took effective control of the port city of aden the saudi king and crown prince have met leaders from the u.a.e. and yemen the u.a.e. has urged dialogue despite backing the separatists the door to a major offensive at the weekend. right so resuming at hong kong international airport after all departures were suspended due to protests travelers a queuing to check into flights less than 24 hours after anti-government protests as flooded the main terminal increasingly violent protests have plunged the chinese
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will territory into its most serious crisis in decades you stay with us on road tadg is coming up next thanks for watching. millions of workers a big in slaved in the british india one i want to waste explores how satellite technology is now helping to set the brain. the ancient city of shia. in the shanty province in central china. home to the terra cotta army and the center of chinese civilization during the tang dynasty home also to about 60000 ethnic chinese muslims. she m. boasts an islamic history of more than 1300 years when islam was 1st introduced to china and 650 a.d.
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by one of the prophet muhammad's companions. she hands muslims are proud of their islamic history and their country's traditions. they have merged their own ancient chinese culture with islam remaining faithful to the central tenets of their religion. more severe than for egypt should care should be shewn of this realize there were many shia just here during production me and cocksure. this is my paying. everyone and shia muslim community knows him as he is one of 10 in months at the most famous mosque in the city. he is also there has a religious teacher. this
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is mr and mrs giles are again a couple in their sixty's who have finally managed to save enough money to go on the has. they all belong to the muslim community of xiang. and since the 15th century their ancestors have been making their way to mecca in saudi arabia for the annual has pilgrimage. in the past during the days of the silk road all journeys either began or ended
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here in the city of. many travelers have passed through the city over the centuries and today it's no different. this is the muslim quarter of. these days tourists wonder through these little alleys soaking in the experience of china the global language of trade and bargaining is often heard among the stalls. and i don't buy the price a nod off by. the forgetting. this sudanese businessman regularly visits she. has come to this shop to purchase scrolls of islamic calligraphy. here requests for specific islamic verses are written on the spot.
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the shop owner is in mom my who is able to converse with his visitor in fluent arabic. although 30 mins assure my each year. yes. for sure egil julia and. yeah. she told it. she. sure sure deals. in. the. 46 year old man began studying calligraphy more than 35 years
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ago when he was a young boy at a time when many mosques were either closed or destroyed. he had no access to books at the time. but that did not stop him from practicing each stroke and phrase over and over again. in the 1990 s. he studied calligraphy at the islamic university in medina and later went to egypt where he honed his craft. today he is one of the best known islamic calligraphy artists and she. and his works have caught the attention of many state leaders. with other. joy. should. we all dolphin dog food we're more student. we woman. sure who the.
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woman. so. you know just don't. even harsher. you know in our. barn yeah hold. on for the trees good dogs only on. ins. should have done so the kovach. are. sure to call and tell. him mom lived inside the great mosque until he was 6 years old and became imaam at the age of only 16 when the mosques throughout china reopened after having been closed by the communist party in 1959. the 1966 cultural revolution that led to the destruction of more than 29000 mosques throughout china
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. and the death of untold numbers of muslims across the country. despite the persecution islam survived. how old she writes rice. how much. more or if. she thought. the northern route of the famous silk road originally started here and she and today it is the symbolic center of islam where the 1st mosque in china was built. the muslims here are from the chinese ethnic minority called the people.
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living in the ancient capital of the chinese empire they have one of china's most ancient mosques and their neighborhood. the great mosque of shia. measuring 12000 square feet the great mosque is one of the oldest and most renowned. mosques in the country. the shia muslims are very proud of this precious legacy and it is the center of their religious life. although there are $21.00 other mosques around it is to the inner courtyard and prayer hall here that many of the faithful flock to perform their daily prayers. as one of 10 in that handle the affairs of the mosque.
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and of the jewish. without the problem that in. one year with the other didn't draw a lower day on the. deal with. hard to feed on the chandra. levy. it would require. when he is not at his shop or the mosque in mom makes it a point to spend time with his youngest. he hopes that his son will follow in his footsteps and grow up with the vocation of teaching others about.
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under the law of guns and with other didn't draw. you you don't need. father the son or jews or cheese or without the general known killer to quit warming the only argument. was originally due to your i won't watch a little boy with ginger shoes. that how many yet. do you know. what i just knew what she told me rover will show you those. he. has performed has several times before he is well placed to provide guidance to new pilgrims and teaches them some
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special prayers to make while in mecca. or. in. norman. when they are all home. for your. new true good heart. project or you know more. than comment. but with. just a few streets away from him is the house of wind. for the past year mr john has been diligently transcribing the corps on into chinese.
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a woman child from the canteen on the part of the fire always has your. torching kirtanananda. and you near it. to a warm hand enjoy if you don't want to see ya hear. it all. as a koran. through more than mall the city behind you see you are you sure you see and then you know someone being any of these are just. words the law. says it is she is ship shape tonight it's yours i'm sure you're not all friends are. just a moment to jog on the us is that your wife or that he could control it's an article.
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when is. the last year do you know mr and mrs john have been saving up for this holy event of a lifetime. what you feel. they have been preparing for the has physically and spiritually conscious of the need to perform the pilgrimage as sincerely as they can. well more future lies or. so or you mark all ours so those are. all of this and. you don't know about the. whole you fool. or the truth when you come by so it's a digital guardian and you can go to the us it is very simply just really going to
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get you through this there's a little there is a disability of 3 uncle younger look. when struggling through to so with more than 2 can really for the good hearted yes if you think that. actually i do. over the last 2 to florida to go to the interview so convoluted legal creator because i don't need to hear you feel trivial so if you were you. don't feel you were to restore data and the. challenger to you was moments off easy whoa money that she's around so well. so as not to go should without. today. and each amber when he. made
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a union and you home when you thought he had c.r.a. now that's what you saw and yeah what you don't there was going to how come he cheats all those nagel cashel kenya anna gentle good. well why don't you correction and pay be a that you don't so your own the chambre well those. to me don't gel our. well there are very actually and that's our trans i you for. well time ago are you sure well as a bit of my life analyst deal so i wasn't age and so was out of the deal so far so dim my hands which. if you didn't understand. that. some of the
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hall or so you. guys are so. this is whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa. you know. one of this mr and mrs john will be part of a group of 251 pilgrims leaving for the has from the city of. as the community is so closely knit practically everyone knows who is going from their neighborhood. the pilgrims do not get any special subsidies from the government to perform the house for those who are not well off it's a matter of saving throughout their lifetime until they can afford the trip. or long as we're. having a. hard. it's
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the day of departure at the household of mr and mrs john. relatives and friends come to bid them farewell. the couple's youngest daughter is not feeling well and is overcome with emotion at her parents leaving home. mr and mrs john i both the anchor and pillar of the household their children are finding it difficult to deal with their impending absence. of her job and are there ever more don't go there don't yeah you know why do you worry for jeb or. all over there. are.
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little. i. am i now. with the time to depart drawing close the couple's eldest son ren paying has to pull his parents away from the well wishers so that they don't miss their train. the pilgrims will make their way to shun central railway station close to the muslim quarter from there they will take a train to china's capital beijing where they report a plane to mecca. the day is charged with emotion ranging from the sadness of goodbyes to the elation of the prospect of pilgrimage to mecca.
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paying tries to keep his parents together while at the same time looking after his own well system. for each pilgrim that leaves for the house there is usually a large sendoff party it all adds up to thousands of people at the xiang central railway station. managing the crowds is a challenge for the all star team. is being sent off by his immediate family. as this is his 5th time to mecca they are well adjusted to his absence. harder shares of
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disability. channel them will sit in the. show so you will mario treaty change and didn't show the old sheets old with no. this is the 1st time mr and mrs joe traveled outside china. their children have never been apart from them since they were born. the thought of not seeing their parents for the next one month is a daunting prospect. as they pull themselves away from their loved ones the
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road to mecca lies ahead for the muslim pilgrims from china. the latest news as it breaks. with detailed coverage no one is willing to return home to me on my own without sort of paper security guarantees from around the world the talent is facing the new prime minister. negotiate a new rx that he'll take a deal the e.u.
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this is a picture of the market when it was still the market is about 1982 and that's me when i was younger i guess i was 42 and you can see the obviously the. the old ways of carrying the barrows in that the rainy sort of magic street which is quite different essentially this brush feel street view still exist but you get the feeling of it being all these people of god you see get a feeling of of what it was like he was a working class area. very hard working and now it's become much sort of glitzy over and valerie is here and all the different coffee shops.
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busy just i'm so gentrified with the place in the street and you know the fact that glue sniffing knocks on the door i mean that's part of my life you know and saying hello to the people in the street and walking up and down and i'm writing all about this so i this is what i write about the street which is fascinating to me so i'm going to be here i prayed to god until i die the longer i stayed in the house there the more i realized recently i couldn't do if say i'd wanted to paint all the rooms pink as opposed to took was i should i could have done that in the 1st month but afterwards i thought no it wouldn't quite the how you know there's a feeling it sounds a bit pretentious but that the house has its own say and you have
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a little tug of war you saying that of what i'm old and being here and do a modern thing there that's all right but there's a certain certain things i couldn't do because. the house in no way would be saying no you don't want that i don't want that so that's the the spirit of the house i guess you know the thing about the house is it's a sort of a marriage isn't it the house has its own character i have my character the house is really saying that i want to remain like this but you can do this just a little bit you can change it a bit but i still want my personality and you can still have yours. rewind to 10 days with a new scenery so. i am planning updates on the fast amount using this documentary's one. line rewind continues with holy crap i will compel the onion the onion the sweetest part of the heart. of the
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entity we are holding on by our fingernails to the 2 state solution today it is still barely possible on al-jazeera. al-jazeera where ever you are. this is al-jazeera. colognes the whole robin and this is the al-jazeera news our life more headquarters here in doha coming up in the next 60 minutes the arjun time leader battles to
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bounce back after a shocking defeat in presidential primaries leads to a market meltdown also. the protests after the present indian administered kashmir against new delhi's decision to revoke the disputed regions autonomy. in the u.s. tightens its immigration policy that could even limit green card and citizenship it's also. the threat is coming from the united states and its western allies who are pouring buttons into this region iran's foreign minister blames the u.s. for rising tension in the gulf in an exclusive interview with al-jazeera. welcome to the news of argentina's conservative president but it's your mercury hose doll to win a 2nd term despite his shock to seat in sunday's presidential primary the peso plummeted as
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a result falling more than 30 percent against the dollar but has since partially recovered but left wing a rival of better so known days came in a little over 16 percent ahead in the vote the results suggest that many will say sort of pill battle going into october selection although they are shown as we follow events for someone as i was and joins us now i mean the markets reacted very strongly down your and this was after only what is really a primary election. they did much more strongly than many people expected as you mentioned the peso losing 30 percent of its value against the dollar but what the markets here more than anything else is a return. to the government so that was in power before makary burkle fernanda his running mate for vice president cristina fernandez the kitchener who was president here in argentina from 2007 until 2015 she was known by her left wing policies interventionist high spending on social projects as well as
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a number of corruption charges against that which we hope that he has always been i to the markets be a return of her and out of work often and as many theory and she actually pulls the strings in that in that combination your mackley has warned of that a return to kitchener is the most they call it here there's no credibility in world markets in the people he would like to do business and he wants very strongly that the only way forward despite the electorate for rejecting it in sunday's primaries was his model. so on monday in the face of the adverse results for the government which was favorable for the opposition regrettably we've had a very bad day today we're poor today than before the primary elections this is impacted us greatly the dollar again continues to go up with all the consequences that brings we all know that i've given instructions to our economic team to study
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and prepare all the necessary measures to look after the argentinean people. don't know it's not till struggle really for the incumbent president and he has to really try and change people's opinion of him his government and their performance in a very short space of time. well in the 1st round of presidential elections run up total with a $27.00 that's a lesson 2 and a half months away so he doesn't have to do that is options are fairly limited all he one thing he won't do is doing about turn and say that he's got it wrong over the last 3 and a half 4 years to his option really is only as you say to try to convince people in the time available that he can turn things around his appeals for the electorate to be patient he said his model is the only way forward they've made some achievement he's emphasizing the achievements and apologizing in some ways for the things he wanted to do and hasn't been able to do yet so a very tough task ahead but he must be said that 4 years ago in the primaries he
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lost the primaries by about 8 points and then went on to win the election so he's hoping possibly with a much more difficult task this time around to do a similar thing in 2019 or see what happens at the moment we should leave it there then the in born desire is but let's keep on message because mario. came to power in 2015 promising prosperity an end to corruption well you opened up the economy and carried out reforms widely seen as favoring the wealthy to the detriment of the poor and the middle classes while the measures failed to make an impact on inflation soared to 50 percent this year. $57000000000.00 bailout from the international military fund the largest in the funds history the decision was wildly unpopular many blame the i.m.f. loans for the collapse of the economy. alan sybil's is a chair of the political economy department at the university. general meant to
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have a couple pronunciations right there mr civils joins me now on skype from where desire is it's good to have you with us on al-jazeera now obviously there was a huge shock for the incumbent president and of course we saw that fall in the currency and the melt down of stocks and shares he says they'll be no cabinet reshuffle so what does he have to do to show argentinians that he's heard at the ballot box and will take action. well that's an interesting question. i think the 1st thing is to realize that arjun tines voted i think very substantially against mockery and in favor of the pattern and this formula. because of the very effects of the policies that money has implemented since 2015 on the argentine people and the argentine economy g.d.p. has plummeted economic activity has plummeted consumption has plummeted we are
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wages have fallen unemployment is on the rise as it is poverty and and hunger so the economic results have really being quite disastrous trial the more the government has implemented a very broad deregulation of the argentinean financial sector and its relations financial relations with the rest of the world basing it sustainability essentially on the inflow of speculative capital flows and so when there is any level look turmoil internationally or nationally because they have essentially resigned any potential policy to other than the interest rate. they have no way to deal with it if someone explains today's base so it didn't if that is the case then really
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you know for the ordinary argentinian if i can call in the argentinian ordinary i mean for them they have a they have a clear decision either they can vote for fernandez or they can vote for machree and yet one wonders whether the vote really is as much of a protest vote against machree as it is for the manifesto of the left manifesto that also was criticised you might say the government the left wing government was criticised when they were in power as well. yes indeed it one can interpret the color of the boat in many different ways and i'm sure there are many different reasons for why people have voted for the phone number option the truth is that there were many other options from the trotskyist left to libertarian right wingers and to moderate. candidates like the former busy economic minister of the economy if i wanted a lot of money out who essentially got about $8.00 or 9 percent of the vote
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nationally. so i think people realize that they were a lot better off during the kitchen area than they have been during the last 30 years and in part they voted for that phone that because of that probably they voted because they were very dissatisfied with the market policies and the results of those policies now will he do anything different between now and the elections in october that. anybody's guess even though today he made it clear that he why didn't plan to make any big changes so one can expect essentially the same policies going on the same t.v. of ministers going on at least through the elections. and his strategy seems to be to blame everything on the fed amanda this. market
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fear are all a potential return of the perot ness so all the. candidates ok well we will really then we will have to leave i mean the simplest but obviously we will certainly be monitoring what happens in the weeks ahead up to the presidential but for the moment thank you very much for talking. overshadowed the festivities in indian administered kashmir as hundreds of people came out to protest against new delhi's decision to strip its autonomy they marched on the streets of defying a security clampdown in place for more than a week. has more from new delhi. it's the muslim holiday of either. the largest city in india administered. under the tightest security in a week or. worshipers attend prayers but only in neighborhood mosques.
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a peaceful protest followed. these kashmiris are angry at the indian government's decision to reform their autonomy to. god in order there were 2 days which are festive and sacred and that's but this is not. we're just mourning in kashmir. the government says security restrictions are being eased in most areas in general and parts of kashmir valley. our policy is greater relaxation and great easing out so that people can come out and greet each other but at the same time we are keeping a watch on the situation if they are any mysterious elements who want to disturb peace we'll be tough with them. would you who would. in new delhi me students meet the best of the holiday far away from home they say they haven't been able to speak to their families for over a week. to gather for
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a feast but their minds are on the events unfolding back home. this is the 1st time that you know we have not been able to walk or talk to our parents or important which is not only. not only just really important but culturally important as well we have not been able to speak or might have not spoken to my family for 70. some cash midis and activists gathered in the heart of the capital determined to get their voices heard. there is anger and frustration among these new delhi stung by the extent of the communication blackout that stopping them from richard. families especially during the muslim holiday of feed the government says is a restriction is a temporary but its impact can be felt on the daily lives of those cut off from the outside world. al-jazeera delhi. or pakistan's government called on the
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people to turn down their it celebrations in solidarity with the kashmiris. from the pakistani capital. although it did hit in pakistan it is on the north most of the television networks that would normally be throwing entertainment programs a concentrating on the issue of kashmir the pakistani foreign minister also expanding . in the focus on the administration me of course they send their strong message i dared to international community in my state nor. crises. in pakistan right now nor just the political bad and award of war that is going on between new delhi and it. by the humanitarian crises the people in indian administered kashmir have been in a state of lockdown for 7 days now they're running out of food and medicine and. i reports indicate from. their situation indeed grave and the apprehension that once
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these people come out and their districts and i lifted that people are they going to win. on the streets which would lead to more bloodshed that is something the pakistani foreign minister had been warning about the fact that the pakistani military chief general come our job red bar draw also spend time with their troops celebrating or rather all preserving with frontline troops on the line of control that day why did the indian and pakistani military forces. go there to people. strong where they didn't. is a senior lecturer in international relations at king's college in london he says the ongoing dispute has drawn the attention of the international community. if there was an extent would have been addicts in 1947 as it has that happened
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roundabout partition india did actually and few of the princely states including the. princely states a jew general and and hyderabad kashmir itself was joined india through an instrument of atic station by the hindu maharajah at the time and that of course led to a conflict which eventually led to so of un intervention and call for a pub is that never occurred so pakistan is using the term. is i think using it to draw attention to the issue which absolutely needs to needs to have more attention to it i believe that the international community and the un as a sort of embodiment of that would see this is an ongoing. international dispute but also a major question of concern for the human rights of
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a particular people their people the question about annexation the question specifically about the united nations is that there are a number of acts and un resolutions that the international community and the united nations i think would return to if they want you to start addressing this conflict . well plenty more ahead here on the al-jazeera news hour including after protests sprinkle comes to a halt operations are slowly receiving we'll have the latest also it's being credited with saving the bald eagle and grizzly bear but will tell you why the u.s. is stripping back its endangered species act and in sports we'll hear from the boxing promoter who's taking a world heavyweight title fight to saudi arabia. but
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the trumpet ministration has rolled out of a hard line policy aimed at reducing the number of people coming to the united states under the latest rules it'll be harder for legal immigrants to rely on government benefits such as subsidized housing and food stamps to obtain permanent legal status a white house correspondent kimberly healthcare explains. as mike ritz come to the united states seeking a better life those who come legally sometimes rely on government benefits food and housing but that assistance may now come at the cost of obtaining full citizenship on monday u.s. officials announced those who come to the u.s. must be financially independent immigrants who need help from social programs may be denied so-called green cards or the ability to obtain work permits and even permanent residency president trump said ministration is reinforcing the ideals of self-sufficiency and personal responsibility ensuring that immigrants are able to
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support themselves and become successful here in america the announcement comes just days after officials arrested hundreds of people in the u.s. state of mississippi cuse to working illegally in food processing plants the u.s. government says it's also targeting employers who hire such workers but so far none of the employers in the list the city rate has been. fined or arrested we just finished an investigation very similar in tennessee over $150.00 arrests 18 months ago we now have an individual employer who's got a year and a half cents in federal prison for this effort we're in the middle of a criminal investigation this case will be pursued the raid that sparked protests in the united states critics say the raids are part of president trump's effort to marginalize minority populations this is ministration has directed d.h.l. to to conduct these rains as part of what i believe is this administration's campaign of terror which is to make holes whole populations of people afraid to
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go to work the white house argues congress passed bipartisan legislation in 1906 to prevent immigrants from exploiting public benefits but the laws were enforced as congress has been an able to reform immigration law the trump administration says it's seeking to attract only the most self-reliant applicants the benefit to taxpayers is a long term benefit of seeking to ensure that our immigration system is bringing people to join us as american citizens as legal permanent residents 1st who can stand on their own 2 feet who will not be reliant on the welfare system especially in the age of the modern welfare state which is so expansive and expensive frankly the new immigration policy will take effect in october but it's almost certain to face legal challenges in the courts can really help at al-jazeera the white house
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well i think it is a transfer of law at the university of pennsylvania law school joins me now live from philadelphia good to have you with us on the program if you have arrived legally i mean what are you in title to in regards to services and if you deny then legal immigrants those rights and the established laws being broken. what's important to note that as far as illegal immigrants go they are already not entitled to most public services for example illegal immigrants are not entitled to food stamps or most welfare programs with regard to illegal immigrants who have already we just seem to have lost mystical style in the slightly more live link but we will try to get back to her certainly and expand just conversation as the program continues as we've all the u.s.
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peace talks with the afghan taliban have ended without an agreement to the 8th round of talks are being held in doha and began earlier this month a key sticking point has been washington's demand that the taliban share power with dollars loans u.s. backed government now the u.s. also wants the armed group to commit to a cease fire there are fears that when american troops withdraw the taliban will fight on and try to overthrow the carpal government. saudi arabia says it's offering its full support to yemen's government of southern separatists took effective control of the port city of aden prince moment in some mourning console learn what leaders from the u.a.e. and yemen the u.a.e. is now urging dialogue despite backing the separatists who launched a major offensive at the weekend these are a morality led coalition has been fighting yemen's who the rebels for more than 4 years. iran's foreign minister has accused the us of leading a military buildup in the gulf that could destabilize the region in an exclusive
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interview with al-jazeera. the reefs warships in the strait of hormuz will only lead to more insecurity. at him. as the u.s. maintains the pressure on iran tension is on the rise american and british vessels have been deployed in the gulf as the u.s. calls for an international military coalition to secure the strait of the hold was one of the wells busiest shipping. but iran's foreign minister javad zarif told. the naval build up could destabilize the entire region this is a tiny body of water and the more poor and noble vessels you have in this body of water the less secure it is for everybody. based on experience presidents of the united states important neighbor play in the persian gulf has never produced security america will not be held hostage to nuclear blackmail it all started last
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year when u.s. president donald trump pulled out of the landmark 2015 year clear agreement with iran saying it was a bad deal and reinstated sanctions targeting to her around and countries trading with it. the sanctions were soon felt in iran is economy is struggling and inflation is soaring iranian officials remain defiant accusing the u.s. and its allies in the middle east of plotting to undermine that country. iran spent last year 16000000000 dollars on all of its military with almost a 1000000 people under arms we paid 16 beauty the united arab emirates with a total of $1000000.00 population indigenous population spent 22000000000 dollars saudi arabia spent $87000000000.00 now if you're talking about threats
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coming from countries in the region the threat is coming from the united states and its western allies who are pouring weapons into this really making it a tender box ready to blow up where we have a nuclear deal may not hold the e.u. has established a mechanism to bypass the u.s. sanctions but iran is calling for more its leaders ward if the sanctions continue there will resume enriching uranium beyond the limit agreed under the terms of the 2015 deal runs and germany's say they won't join the u.s. led naval build a move some see as an attempt by the 2 countries to give diplomacy a chance. and you can watch actions fall into with job and zarif talk to al jazeera on choose day at 0030 g.m.t.
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operations are slowly resuming at home calls international airport after anti-government protests shut down the travel hop on monday passengers have been queuing to check in less than 24 hours after demonstrators flooded the main terminal the protests forced the cancellation of more than $100.00 flights. i'm trying for the 3rd time to give an answer but. it's a bit rough when your luggage is one side and you're one side and you. know it's so it hasn't been funny i don't think if that simon cowley came. well monday's disruption of the escalation of the crisis which has become the largest challenge to chinese rule in decades bryant has more from home call. as word spread on social media to target hong kong's airport thousands answered the call the roads around the terminal building quickly became jammed with many protesters completing the journey on foot. as they swarmed inside this was the
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result. both departure and arrival holds completely overrun. protesters have been enraged by what they say was the brutal clearance of sunday's illegal demonstrations by police and the wounding of a young woman shot in the eye with the so-called being back around them like a police shot the female protester in the eye this made everyone angry we don't understand why the police could be so british about a girl shame on police justice for hong kong people as part of the 10 week campaign against the now suspended extradition bell the protesters have been staging an adult sit in to tell visitors about them movement but their numbers on monday brought outgoing passenger flights to a standstill. and the arriving passengers were left to find what have a transport they could through the chaotic crowds and this is the airport express
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the train that runs from the terminal into cow luna tonkawa there is a real crush of people here now a mix of tourists flowed into this chaos but also it seems the number of demonstrators who want to try to leave the terminal with rumors circulating that the police are about to move in. as evening arrived so the crowds of protesters thin down with still no sign of police despite being warned to stay away from the terminal hundreds of passengers seem to have nowhere else to go and no one behind the check in counters to tell them my airline sin is says that deflate is they're still going but they know it's not i told this war we can walk out with you see kind of an exterior 3 digit lead. as hong kong seems to slip further into crisis the chinese central government is following events closely aging is shallow water
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strange but there comes a point if you know at some point people start dying on either side least on the protest side and order cannot be. store and the city cannot function then you have a breakdown in civil society and china has promised not to let the city spiral out of control with the for the warning on monday at a critical moment has been breached public pride al-jazeera hong kong. well still ahead here on the news that venezuela's economic crisis is affecting the country's teen pregnancy rates plus. the tax and threw him down and i will tell you why being a large item costs can cost like $5.00 taught. in schools a 13 year old ukrainian qualifies for the tokyo olympics peter a lot more not story later in the program.
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hello again welcome back to international weather forecast well here across the southern part of united states we have been dealing with the heat of the last several days but the good news is the heat is finally going to be breaking particular here in the central plains and that is going to start here on tuesday going into wednesday but still very hot temperatures across much of the south dallas 39 degrees as your forecast high on tuesday dropping down to about 35 but here across much of the central areas we are back into the high twenty's maybe some low thirty's there but up to new york we are going to see a nice and cloudy day for you with a temperature of 25 degrees well here across the eastern caribbean things have been quite dry we're not seeing much in terms of weather right now we are in the middle of august but still nothing on site here in parts of the atlantic heavy rain though across parts of central america panama city guatemala managua you're going to see
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some very heavy rain over the next few days that is going to continue as we go towards wednesday as well ground is saturated here so mudslides landslides could be an issue but up towards kingston it is going to be a nice day in jamaica with a temperature of $33.00 and then very quickly across parts of south america we're going to be seeing a nice day over here towards rio de janeiro maybe a passing shower pushing through but over here towards what is out as it is going to be a cool day with you where the temps are up 10. setting in the discussions police in cape town has struggled to looking steadily gang violence examining the headlines now under president putin russia is making a push to engage explore an abundance of world class programming designed to inform motivate and inspire but. it's almost 2nd nature and i
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also know what they see the world from a different perspective on al-jazeera. scholar and lawyer. thinker. and politician. radical and prisoner in a 2 part series al-jazeera world tells the story of one of the most enigmatic figures in sudan's turbulent history. whose influence is still felt on events in the country today sit down i'll to robbie's life and politics on al-jazeera. talk about you watching the avs are a news hour with me as
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a whole rom the reminder of our top stories argentina's conservative president has vowed to win a 2nd term despite a shock defeat in sunday's presidential primary the paper plummeted as a result of one point falling more than 30 percent against the dollar. hundreds of protesters have defied a security lockdown in india that mr bush knew tempering need festivities and the disputed territory demonstrators marched in the city of chicago 8 days after india moved to impose direct rule over the area and the troubled ministration has rolled out some of the hardline policy aimed at reducing the number of people. into the u.s. the move will make it harder for vehicle immigrants relying on government benefits such as subsidized housing and food stamps to tain permanent legal status finkelstein is a professor of law at the university of pennsylvania law school joins us once again from philadelphia apologies for communications breakdown earlier this finkelstein you were telling us about the differences in war to an illegal immigrant was
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a title to compare to illegal immigrants are just like you to continue without. that's correct so illegal immigrants are already barred from receiving all sorts of federal funds they're not allowed to benefit from food stamp programs and government housing and so on legal immigrants who are in many cases allowed to have simply exercise their legal right to access those funds will now be penalized under this policy if they try to convert their status such as applying for a green card and they will be penalized without without having received any warning that they would be affected in this way by by availing themselves of their prior legal rights is this sort of the so there are also significant problems with this policy you know there's always please continue. there are also significant problems with this policy given that the rationale is to try to
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avoid expenditure of public funds for example the raids that the administration conducted last week i'm in the city mississippi in food processing plants posed an enormous burden on federal funds because suddenly the state of mississippi found itself burdened with having to assure the safety of all these children who were trying to return to their homes in many cases to empty houses where their parents had been taken away and they had to be cared for housed and sorted their legal status sort of out in the parents' legal status sorted out in the state of mississippi which posed an enormous public burden so if the administration is really concerned about expenditure of public funds in the case of immigrants one would expect they would roll out a carefully thought out immigration policy with with more
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forewarning more care and in coordination with the state if that is the case then one day as i was going to say this is subject to be debated in the senate to me what sort of pushback can we expect if any at all. one does not expect a lot of movement on this in congress because congress is deadlocked and because the senate has shown no willingness to push back against the administration's immigration policies however this is absolutely right for legal challenges and there are plenty of precedents that those who wish to challenge the policies could use to challenge it especially as the policies target both legal and illegal aliens who situations are really very different there's also arguably a separation of powers problem because this is all supposed to be an interpretation
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of federal law but it's not clear that the administration is adequately staying within its lane by were rolling out these guidelines that may not be consistent with the federal law they're interpreted to have not been pronounced as consistent with the law by a federal court should be what happens in the coming days cliff inconstant thanks very much for your insight into what you the sweeping overhaul of u.s. endangered species turns been finalized also by the top administration is likely to clear the way for new mining and oil and gas drilling the 1970 s. credited with bringing several iconic species back from the brink of extinction ellen fisher reports. it's an iconic american symbol the national bird picked for its long life great strength and majesty and no could be under threat the bald eagle was just one of the things protected under the 1973 endangered species act signed into law by president nixon it's been described as the most essential piece
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of legislation protecting fish plants and wildlife in the u.s. supporters see it save the likes of the grizzly bear and the florida manatee from extinction but don't trump wants to expand oil and gas drilling and to do that means opening up the areas the protected species called home and no the white house has announced this to change the way the endangered species act is applied it says it will ease the burden on landowners and make economic growth easier before only signs could be used to determine if a species should be protected no economic factors will also play a part but i would hope is that each city each each community each state in the united states takes their own independent action to protect the endangered species that are found in their locality in a sense by passing the federal system just as they're doing with the climate change that you ation where cities and companies and communities have taken climate change
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seriously even though the u.s. government appears not to be the change will be lodged in the federal register it takes 30 days before it becomes accepted policy 3 months ago a united nations report one human pressures could push 1000000 species into extinction worldwide and it suggested protecting land in biodiversity was critical to keep greenhouse gas emissions under control very mentalists a polar bears and arctic seals could be among those at risk from these new u.s. regulations alan fischer i'll just say the. u.s. attorney general william bar has criticize what he says all serious irregularities in the prison where disgraced american financier jeffrey epstein died in an apparent suicide guards were meant to check on him every 30 minutes because of a previous suicide attempt at state was awaiting trial charged with trafficking under age girls. a 100 year myth he will be guatemala's next president it was
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a landslide victory for the conservative candidate against the former 1st lady's under torahs dimity hopes to make changes to a divisive migration deal signed in the u.s. last month. well the italian senate will meet on cheezy to set a date for a motion of no confidence in the government interior minister mathias salvini declared last week that the ruling coalition has broken down salvini who leads the right wing likud party is hoping to capitalize on his rising popularity with an early election at the moment he shares power with the 5 star movement which he accuses of holding a plans for regional autonomy and new infrastructure is that the other girls but the fabulous couple that apart from the fact that so many ran away quickly and did not leave any declination in parliament he then started a government crisis outside parliament which is very serious a constitution foresees any kind of crisis is opened inside our moment because all citizens have the right to know and for this reason there are debates in the chamber not at the beach so let's try and get to the prime minister and interior
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minister mr salvini back into the chamber south korea says it plans to drop japan from its preferential trade lists next month as a diplomatic rift between the 2 countries deepens that it could see a lengthy permit applications for south korean exports to japan earlier this month tokyo announced it was removing souls from its own trading list relations have soured since a south korean court ruling last year which ordered japanese firms to pay for forced labor join the 2nd world war. now south africa's president successfully blocked an inquiry over his campaign donations pending an appeal the country's anticorruption watchdog alleges that several rubber poser deliberately misled parliament over a $32000.00 donation during his campaign for the a.n.c. party leadership in 2017 but the ruling by the pretoria high court blocks any investigation into around the posts while he appeals the watchdogs findings the
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death toll from time keeper which has battered much of eastern china has risen to $45.00 rescue efforts are underway with more than a dozen people still missing after the storm moved up to the coast through shanghai and towards the capital beijing scott highland has the latest county which was worst hit by the time. when then super typhoon came ashore early saturday morning here on the eastern coast of china it was the worst storm china had seen for years and what happened is it hit the eastern coast very early saturday morning but what happened here in this community you know there are 5000000 people in china they are impacted by this storm system and why this community was impacted the most of any of those 5000000 that's because up along this valley now this is an area that's outside the evacuation zone over a 1000000 people were evacuated during this typhoon the people here were not
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because they were outside of that zone the storm wasn't supposed to come this far and it really didn't but what did happen is up the valley water started to pool a natural dam formed and then it broke and then flash floods came streaming down this valley and buried more than 20 people in a community just up the river a little bit and you can see here the community is still cleaning up and this is well after 2 days since the storm hit. what they're doing is they're having to clear these areas on the way up to where some of the biggest devastation is now obviously they're going to do this repeated times as they go up now they're telling us they just got here on monday you know it's couple of days after the typhoon that's because they're specialist to do exactly what just happened now again there are many more kilometers of this work straight up the road that they have to do now in the meantime though further down the line there are still people missing about approximately 9 people they think are still buried beneath this rubble so the searching goes on and the cleanup goes on but obviously this is very beneficial for the rescue crews that have to get further up the valley
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stimulation will the 180 people have died and will soon flooding in southern and western india there the halls of the deaths of a cut in the center of cairo which was once tension around 1000000 people in the emergency camps and in neighboring me a mobile than 50 people are confirmed to have died after friday's landslide in the southeastern state soon flooding. teenage pregnancy rates around the world have been declining according to the world health organization but in latin america it's more than 30 percent higher than the global average venezuela in particular struggling to deal with the issue by reports. life has not been easy for. the past year she lives in one of the largest employers. she's 14 and already has a one year old son just some that see a demo i got pregnant when i was 12 the baby's father left and now i'm living with my mother but it's not easy because i have 3 other siblings the economic situation
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is difficult for all of us. now trying to get authorization from the venezuelan government to get a job in a supermarket she says she's struggling to feed her child every day. my biggest fear is that my son won't turn out well to be a good man i know that if i don't work he will grow up in poverty like i did bowl is not alone according to the united nations population fund our own one in 4 babies in venezuela is born to a teenager. the country has the highest rate of teenage pregnancies in latin america the country's political and economic crisis has cost reproductive health standards to deteriorate even more. neighbor jenny for the 17 she has an 18 month old son when they. got pregnant because we grew up without the means to take care of ourselves i did not know i could have a baby and contraceptives are too expensive and we cannot afford them caring for
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our children is difficult i don't want my child to be undernourished like so many others. hyperinflation makes it difficult to buy food and medicines contraceptives are out of reach that's why people line up in front of these n.g.o.s every day clinics like this one receive lots of donations from abroad and that's why they can provide accessible contraceptives to the population but this device for example is about $150.00 on the street while here it costs only for the problem is that sometimes they don't have enough dr embry says the crisis is having an impact and that more and more young people are coming here looking for help in order to hang on that we're giving away what we have and it's a lot working with the health ministry but now we're out of contraceptive pills on the streets they cost $10.00 times more and the people cannot afford it earlier
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this year the united nations launched an emergency program focused on the prevention of violence but that also provides assistance in reproductive health. venezuela has very progressive laws and had several programs to protect and empower girls the problem is that now the programs are underfunded and without resources we are focusing on giving away contraceptives education and prevention. says she would like to go back to school one day and become an astrologer but pursuing a dream is not easy in venezuela these days public services have collapsed a lack of education and reproductive health care are leaving girls exposed to unwanted pregnancies that add up to the difficulties they already endure.
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welcome back it's one of the world's most endangered species but the mountain gorillas of central africa are making a slow yet fragile return from the brink of extinction. stephanie decker reports probably the wrong amount is in rwanda the center of the conservation efforts what you didn't want to step back were at the foot of the very good mountains and getting a briefing on how to behave around the mountain gorilla that's what everyone here has come to see and they've paid $1500.00 each to spend one hour with the great apes in their habitat are you excited i am beyond excited this is an international
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treasure that is being protected in rwanda and i'm so lucky to be able to experience it i can't wait and the cost is they put the concept when you think about it i think i think that's fair it limits access certainly to people who can afford it but i think by talking about what the mountain gorillas are providing for the communities that makes a lot of sense. this hike is not for the faint of heart it's beautiful but challenging terrain we trekked uphill for over an hour our guide augustan shows us how gorillas get their water. and keep the energy high. and then. right in front of us a family babies mothers and the impressive great big family man the silverback.
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the young ones are curious we have to move back not to get too close. others seem almost bored by our presence. then a display of power. we walk around to get another view it's incredibly close. to his bout credits and their. street watching us watch these great apes facing extinction just a couple of decades ago and their surprise could use the page numbers increase. before we know it the hour is up and it's time to track back down. a. pace. rwanda's tourism policy we're told is one of low volume high value visitor numbers are restricted and the
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prices high translates to $25.00 per minute for the hours spent with the gorillas tourist actually who come to see the girl as i understand why we've done that understand that it's all about conservation for the species and you can even see it in the in the in the last recent systems that we did our strategy has actually prevent to be done right away to do this we've seen a 26 percent increase in the number of individuals who are in the us so it's working both on the conservation side and on the tourism side it's a fragile success story critically endangered for years and now their status has been adjusted to endangered the latest census shows or just over a 1000 gorillas spanning rwanda uganda and the democratic republic of congo from just around 200 a few decades ago but that still doesn't seem a large number when you think that it's the whole world's entire population of
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these incredible animals. stephanie decker al-jazeera individual. sport has peta. thank you very much the will will be watching the words of boxing promoter 80 hoon ahead of december's will heavyweight title rematch between anthony joshua and the ruiz jr in saudi arabia the fight will take place in an open air stadium near the capital riyadh on the 7th of december speaking to al-jazeera in london who insisted the midgets of publicity surrounding the ballots could help viewing figures think it's just not comic moment for the sport you know we can't be naive enough to think that boxing exists in britain and in the usa this is a chance to really change the landscape of the sport saudi arabia have invested in a make a fight but not for the 1st time you know they've invested in smaller fights to get himself prepared for that some of which i've attended i'm not a politician i look at it commercially from a sports event perspective obviously they have
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a vision to change the perception in the to the why of the country through sport and he's very comfortable find out that he's looking forward to the experience but most importantly he's not worrying too much about politics that we thought that he really must win for his career and it's a fight that i believe will be an awkward moment just for just in the past you did rumble in the jungle and through manila this will go down as another one of those so crazy to locations if you don't wear a massive mega fight has taken place at curiosity have positives and negatives the world will be watching i think they knew when they signed this fights that they they would be blowback on them for going to saudi arabia you know the other sporting events would suffer the have suffered the same. criticism for going to saudi that this talk of the sports washing which the saudi government are accused of doing to cover what to say you know as human rights issues but i think rightly as well. and that he her and see this as
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a sporting event and an opportunity to go into new areas and don't see it as a political platform. former formula one constructor's champions red bull have demoted pierre ghastly midway through the season carefully on the right here has been struggling for form alongside max for stepan who's won 2 races this season he'll now drop down to red bull sister team toro rosso for the rest of the season starting with the belgian grand prix in september ghastly will be replaced by this man the rookie tire driver alexander al born who moves in the opposite direction from toro rosso tennis and andy murray's 1st singles match since returning from hip surgery has ended in defeat the former world number one who's now ranked 326 in the world was beaten in straight sets by world number 56 reshad gas cape and other big name to go out in cincinnati is former u.s. open champion matt and challenge the crow that suffered
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a shock defeat against the rather albert of mulled over the world number 39 upstaging is more illustrious opponent in straight sets 64 and 6 was. one of cricket's most famous rivalries the ashes between australia and england resumes on wednesday with the 2nd test at lord's the australians go into the game off the back of a crushing 251 run win against the english in the 1st test in birmingham left arm quick mitchell starc could return for the aussies as they chase a 1st series win in england since 2001 as for the hosts while they look set to give a day beats one of the heroes of their world cup win fast bowler just for archer. well it is expect any america's variously. just hope hopefully. sooner or later and i can come in. coward america as a traitor. just really curious and. interested
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say how you guys he hasn't played much what red book cricket is by a lot of what will cricket i was had a great temperament an incredible athlete but test creates very different and what will cricket his airplanes to him every night different than they were going to vegas james anderson or broad wykes ben stark's 2003 rugby world cup winners england have named a squad for this year's tournament which starts next month in japan and farah will captain the team with the biggest surprise perhaps the mission of saying to teo with the recent decline in form from world champions new zealand england will feel they are among a handful of sides who could go all the way. into the world. who gets the. right. piece of the right time. with. this that could be it could be. a 13 year old
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ukrainian diver who has qualified for the 2020 tokyo lympics or lexi set and won gold in the 10 meter platform diving at the european championships in kiev making him the event's youngest winner at 13 years and 7 months he is 3 months younger than the previous record holder briton tom daley. federer is by no means the only young sports star to make a splash over the years romania is not a common it sure was 14 when she became the 1st german has to be awarded a perfect score of 10 at the olympic games in 1976 american soccer star freddy adu was also 14 years old when he signed his 1st professional contract but its goal for lucy lee who comes in as the youngest on this list she was just 11 when she played in the women's u.s. open in 2040. and the british 4 by 400 meter relay team were disqualified from the european championships because they got the paperwork wrong amazingly they
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accidentally registered the reserve short put to use it in the lineup instead of sprints and rubber use a few says it's gutting but the shot put himself tweeted that he would definitely have a run in the race and that's all the support we have for you from now we'll see you again later thanks be to be back with more news on the other side of a break but you have been watching the news with me so rob thanks very much for your time and your company. if you are looking at this from the outside you would really wonder what was going on but what is this grace is that a religion that they have an in-depth exploration of global capitalism and our
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obsession with economic growth this is still the center of capitalism there is no limits i view myself as a capital artist we are trying to make as a world smaller and smaller we don't want to be set realistic in the world we would rather have a fantasy growing pains on al-jazeera. on counting the cost a new world currency to challenge the dollar facebook's global dominance faces challenges well it's hard seawalls china lets the one differentiate his trump
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ratchets up the trade war and the economic and environmental costs of sand extract counting the costs on al-jazeera. where ever you. the argentine leader vance to bounce back after a shocking defeat in the presidential primaries leads to a market meltdown. when you're watching al-jazeera headquarters here in doha also coming up.
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protests after indian administered kashmir against new delhi his decision to revoke the disputed regions autonomy. the new u.s. rules aimed at limiting working class immigrants eligibility for green cards and citizenship plus isn't credited with saving the bald eagle a bad but we'll tell you why the u.s. is struggling back its endangered species. welcome to the program argentina's conservative president. has vowed to win a 2nd term despite his shock defeat in sunday's presidential primary the peso plummeted as the result of the result falling more than 30 percent against the dollar but since partially recovered left wing the rival are better for nando's came in a little over 15 percent ahead of the vote now the results suggest that back we
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will face an uphill battle going into october as election has more than one desirous. after a day of emergency meetings 1st of all with the central bank chief then with his cabinet president 3 spoke to the nation appealing to the electorate to give him more time to implement the policies that he's been pushing for the last 3 and a half years policies that he said will get argentina back on economic track but these are policies that the electorate by a large margin rejected in the primaries why more than 15 percent they have put him to be putting their support behind the opposition for a man this and his vice presidential running mate with former president cristina fernandez the kitchen out of the markets reacted strongly because they're scared they say of her implementing her coming back into power and implementing the policies that she's pushed for her 8 years in office between 20072015 policies that they say brought argentina into its present economic crisis high inflation
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rising poverty and lack of foreign investment the electorate now left with 2 very stark choices between an economic policy of the government that they believe doesn't work and the economic policy of the opposition which the financial markets have made perfectly clear they don't want to work with. and civils is the chair of the political economy department the university done so you know the general sort of window. policies of the last 3 years of last many argentinians very dissatisfied . sure there are many different reasons why people have voted for the photo option the truth is that there were many other options from the trotskyist left to libertarian right wingers and to moderate. candidates like the former economic minister of the economy if i wanted to live on the out who
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essentially got about 8 or 9 percent of the vote nationally. so i think people realize that they were a lot better off during the kitchen area than they have been during the last 30 years and in part they voted for that on that because of that partly they voted because they were very dissatisfied with the marketing policies and the results of those policies now will he do anything different between now and the elections in october that's. anybody's guess even though today he made it clear that he white didn't plan to make any big changes so one can expect essentially the same policies going on the same team of ministers going on at least through the elections. and his strategy seems to be to blame everything on the fed him on this. market fear of
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a potential return of the perot nests or the. kind of it that situation overshadowed festivities and indeed administers hundreds of people came out to protest against new delhi's decision to strip it of its autonomy they most on the streets of the council should nigga defining a security clampdown in place for more than a week print gupta has moved from new delhi. it's the muslim holiday of either. the largest city in india administered. under the tightest security in a week or. worshipers attend prayers but only in neighborhood mosques. a peaceful protest followed. these cushnie these are angry at the indian government's decision to reform their autonomy to. god in order there were 2
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days which are festive and sacred and that's but this is not. we're just mourning in kashmir. the government says security restrictions are being eased in most areas in general and parts of kashmir valley. our policy is greater relaxation and great easing out so that people can come out and greet each other but at the same time we are keeping a watch on the situation if they are any mysterious elements who want to disturb peace we'll be tough with them so. would you. in new delhi me students meet the best of the holiday far away from home they say they haven't been able to speak to their families for over a week. to gather for a feast but their minds are on the events unfolding back home. this is the 1st time that you know we have not been able to walk or talk to our parents or importantly
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which is not only. not only just lee important but culturally important as well we have not been able to speak or might have not spoken to my family for 70. some kush midis and activists gathered in the heart of the capital determined to get their voices heard. there is anger and frustration among these new delhi stung by the extent of the communication blackout that stopping them from. their families especially during the muslim holiday afraid the government says it's restrictionist a temporary but its impact can be felt on the daily lives of those cut off from the outside world. are dizzy or delhi or pakistan's government called on the people to turn down buried celebrations in solidarity with the kashmiris has more from the pakistani capital. although it did hit in pakistan it is are not so modern or most of the television networks that would normally be showing
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entertainment programs a concentrated on the issue of the pakistani foreign minister also expanding. in the focus on the administers because. of course they send a strong message the international community in my state nor. crises. in pakistan right now nor just the political baton and award of war that is going on between new delhi and then. by the humanitarian crises the people in indian administered kashmir have been in a state of lockdown for 7 days now they're running out of food and medicine and. i reports indicate from. their situation indeed grave and the apprehension that once these people come out and their districts and i lifted that people are they going to win. on the streets which would lead to more bloodshed just something the
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pakistani foreign minister had been warning about the fact that the pakistani military chief general come our job made bar draw also spend time with their troops celebrating or rather all preserving. frontline troops on the line of control that day white indian and pakistani military forces his message. to people. strong where they didn't. ministrations of the hotline policy aimed at reducing the number of people settling in the united states it will be harder for illegal immigrants to rely on government benefits such as subsidized housing and food stamps to permanent legal status a white house correspondent can be held that explains. as migrants come to the united states seeking a better life those who come legally sometimes rely on government benefits food and
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housing but that assistance may now come at the cost of obtaining full citizenship on monday u.s. officials announced those who come to the u.s. must be financially independent immigrants who need help from social programs may be denied so-called green cards or the ability to obtain work permits and even permanent residency president transit ministration is reinforcing the ideals of self-sufficiency and personal responsibility ensuring that immigrants are able to support themselves and become successful here in america the announcement comes just days after officials arrested hundreds of people in the u.s. state of mississippi hughes to working illegally in food processing plants the u.s. government says it's also targeting employers who hire such workers but so far none of the employers in the mississippi raid has been fined or arrested we just
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finished an investigation very similar in tennessee power over $150.00 arrests 18 months ago we now have an individual employer who's got a year and a half cents in federal prison for this effort we're in the middle of a criminal investigation this case will be pursued the raid that sparked protests in the united states critics say the raids are part of president trump's effort to marginalize minority populations this is ministration has directed d.h.l. to to conduct these raids as part of what i believe is this administration's campaign of terror. which is to make holes whole populations of people afraid to go to work the white house argues congress passed bipartisan legislation in 1906 to prevent immigrants from exploiting public benefits but the laws were enforced as congress has been an able to reform immigration law the trump administration says it's seeking to attract only the most self-reliant applicants the benefit to
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taxpayers is a long term benefit of seeking to ensure that our immigration system is bringing people to join us as american citizens as legal permanent residents 1st who can stand on their own 2 feet who will not be reliant on the welfare system especially in the age of the modern welfare state which is so expansive and expensive frankly the new immigration policy will take effect in october but it's almost certain to face legal challenges in the courts can't really help at al-jazeera the white house or clinton called stein is a professor of law at the university of pennsylvania law school she says activists are likely to bring legal challenges against these new rules. one does not expect a lot of movement on this in congress because congress is deadlocked and because the senate has shown no willingness to push back against the administration's
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immigration policies however this is absolutely right for legal challenges and there are plenty of precedents that those who wish to challenge the policies could use to challenge it especially as the policies target both legal and illegal aliens who situations are really very different there's also arguably a separation of powers problem because this is all supposed to be an interpretation of federal law but it's not clear that the administration is adequately staying within its lane by were rolling out these guidelines that may not be consistent with the federal law they're interpretating and have not been pronounced as consistent with that law by a federal court. well still ahead here on al-jazeera after protests bring home calls to a halt operations a slowly resuming we'll have the latest plus of it as well as economic crisis is affecting the country's teen pregnancy rates those stories after the break.
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hello again welcome back to international weather forecast well here across parts of china things are relatively quiet across much of the interior as well as over here towards the east are the remnants of our travel storm have moved up towards the north so shanghai is much better than it was just several days ago we are going to be seeing some showers though across the coastal areas so for hong kong over here towards taipei down towards manila expect to see those showers lingering not only from tuesday but also into wednesday up towards the north though it is going to be quite warm weather will hand sing attempt or of $37.00 degrees over here towards the philippines we're going to see more rain down towards the south but across much of indonesia things are looking quite nice dry for you down here towards jakarta but heavy rain is going to continue across parts of thailand as
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well as a miramar bangkok is going to be seeing about $31.00 degrees maybe coming up to $32.00 degrees in kuala lumpur $32.00 degrees for you as well and then very quickly over here towards india it is still going to be very very rainy across much of the interior notice the clouds making their way towards the west that is going to continue as we go from tuesday as well as a to wednesday heavy rain from kolkata katmandu as well as sniper on tuesday and that is going to shift a little bit more west new delhi is going to be a rainy day for you as well with a temperature of about 33 degrees. whether sponsored by cattle or. if you were looking at this from the outside you would really wonder what was going on what is this gross is a religion that they have an in-depth exploration of global capitalism and our obsession with economic growth this is still the center of capitalism there is no limits i view myself as a capital artist we are trying to get the world smaller and smaller we don't want
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to be set realistic in the world we would rather have a fantasy growing pain on al-jazeera. watching our deservedly so ho robin a reminder of our top stories argentina's conservative president laurent zuma created started with a 2nd term despite his shock defeat in sunday's presidential primary the pace of plummeted as a result of one point falling more than 30 percent against the dollar hundreds of protesters have defied a security lockdown in india administered kashmir as residents of the disputed territory celebrate the eve holiday demonstrators marched in the city of think days
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after india revoked the area's autonomy and stripped it of its special status. and the trumpet ministrations rolled out another hardline policy aimed at reducing the number of people settling in the us it will be harder for legal immigrants relying on government benefits like subsidized housing and food stamps to obtain permanent legal status. a sweeping overhaul of the u.s. endangered species act has been finalised by the trumpet ministration is likely to clear the way for new mining oil and gas drilling the $970.00 is credited with bringing several iconic species back from the brink of extinction as alan fischer explains. it's an iconic american symbol the national bird picked for its long life great strength and majesty and no could be under threat the bald eagle was just one of the things protected under the 1973 endangered species act signed into law by president nixon it's been described as the most essential piece of legislation
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protecting fish plants and wildlife in the u.s. supporters see it save the likes of the grizzly bear and the florida manatee from extinction but don't trump wants to expand oil and gas drilling and to do that means opening up the areas the protected species called home and no the white house has announced this to change the way the endangered species act is applied it says it will ease the burden on landowners and make economic growth easier before only signs could be used to determine if a species should be protected no economic factors will also play a part but i would hope is that each city each each community each state in the united states takes their own independent action to protect the endangered species that are found in their locality in a sense bypassing the federal system just as they're doing with the climate change that you ation where cities and companies and communities have taken climate change seriously even though the u.s.
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government appears not to be the change will be lodged in the federal register it takes 30 days before it becomes accepted policy 3 months ago a united nations report one human pressures could push 1000000 species into extinction worldwide and it suggested protecting land in biodiversity was critical to keep greenhouse gas emissions under control very mentalists a polar bears and arctic seals could be among those at risk from these new u.s. regulations alan fischer algis either. u.s. attorney general william bars criticize what he says were serious irregularities in the prison where disgraced financier jeffrey epstein died in an apparent suicide start or went to check on him every 30 minutes because of a previous serious side attempt sting was awaiting trial charged with trafficking under age girls. we are now learning of serious irregularities at this facility that are deeply concerning and demand
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a thorough investigation yes b.-i and the office of inspector general are doing just that we will get to the bottom of what happened and there will be accountability but let me assure you that this case will continue on against anyone who was complicit with epstein any coconspirators should not rush these victims deserve justice and they will get operations are receiving at home kong international airport after anti-government protests shut down the travel day passengers have been queuing to check in less than 24 hours after those demonstrations flooded the main terminal the protest falls the cancellation of more than 100 flights. i'm trying for the 3rd time to give our people i can't. rush when your luggage is one sided. and
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you. know it's funny i don't think if that. but there's a structure. in a crisis which has become the largest challenge to chinese rule in decades beijing described the protests as routes of terrorism but what bride has more from hong kong. as word spread on social media to target hong kong's airport thousands answered the call the roads around the terminal building quickly became jammed with many protesters completing the journey on foot. as they swarmed inside this was the result both departure and arrival holds completely overrun. protesters have been enraged by what they say was the brutal clearance of sunday's illegal demonstrations by police and the wounding of a young woman shot in the eye with the so-called being back around them like
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a police shot the female protester in the eye this made everyone angry we don't understand why the police could be said version of our girl shame on police justice for hong kong painful as part of the 10 week campaign against the now suspended extradition bell the protesters have been staging an adult sit in to tell visit has about them movement. but the numbers on monday brought outgoing passenger flights to a standstill. and the arriving passengers were left to find what have a transport they could through the chaotic crowds and this is the airports express the train that runs from the terminal into cow luna's hong kong and there is a real crush of people here now a mix of tourists flowed into this chaos but also it seems a number of demonstrators who were trying to leave the terminal with rumors circulating that the police are about to move in. as evening arrived so the crowds
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of protesters thin down with still no sign of police despite being warned to stay away from the terminal hundreds of passengers seem to have nowhere else to go and no one behind the check in counters to tell them my airline sin is says that deflate is they're still going but they know it's not i told this war we can't walk around with you see can't seem to connect to your 3 digit lead. as hong kong seems to slip further into crisis the chinese central government is following events closely aging is shallow water strange but there comes a point if you know at some point people start dying on either side least on the protest side and order cannot be restored and the city cannot function then you have a breakdown in civil society and china has promised not to let the city spiral out of control with a further warning on monday at
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a critical moment has been breached public pride al-jazeera hong kong. let's stay in asia because the death toll of typhoon kuma which has battered much of eastern china has risen to 45 rescue efforts underway with more than a dozen people still missing after the storm moved up the coast through shanghai towards capital beijing or more than a $180.00 people have died in monsoon flooding as well in southern and western india nearly half of the deaths have occurred in the state of carolina which was the worst hit around 1000000 people are now in the mergence the camps. u.s. peace talks with the afghan taliban have ended without an agreement the round of talks were held in doha and began early this month a key sticking point has been washington's demand that the taliban share power with afghanistan's u.s. backed government the u.s. also wants the armed group to commit to a cease fire there are fears that when american troops withdraw the taliban will fight on to try to overthrow the government in kabul. saudi arabia says it's
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offering its full support to yemen's government to southern separatists took effective control of the port city of aden crown prince mohammed bin sultan king salon her but leaders from the united arab emirates and yemen the u.a.e. is now urging dialogue despite backing the separatists who launched a major offensive at the weekend as a variety led coalition has been fighting of its hooty rebels for more than 4 years . to europe where the italian senate will need to choose a to set a date for a motion of the confidence of the government interior minister vini declared last week that the ruling coalition had broken down it's thought salvini who leads the right wing likud party is hoping to capitalize on his rising popularity with an early election at the moment he shares power with the 5 star movement which he accuses of holding up plans for regional autonomy and new infrastructure is that the other girls but apart from the fact that so many ran away quickly and did not leave any declaration in parliament he then started
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a government crisis outside parliament which is very serious a constitution foresees any kind of crisis is opened inside our moment because all citizens have the right to know and for this reason there are debates in the chamber not at the beach so let's try and get deputy prime minister and interior minister mr salvini back into the chamber. scientists say they're a step closer to finding the 1st effective treatment for the birla virus to experimental drugs drastically improve survival rates in a clinical trial in the democratic republic of congo the treatments will be offered to all of patients in the d r c the virus has been spreading in the central african country since august 28th and is now become the world's 2nd largest outbreak. but as well as supreme court is seeking to strip the immunity of 3 opposition politicians accused of treason the court has sent its request to the national constituent assembly the politicians of one state teen accused of instigating rebellion against the government of president nicholas. in the region teenage
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pregnancy rates around the world have been declining according to the world health organization but in latin america 30 percent higher than the global average for this while in particular is struggling to deal with the issue economic crisis takes its toll on the public health system is to reason by reports from caracas. life has not been easy for ga in the past year she lives in one of the largest employers. she's 14 and already has a one year old son just some better cama i got pregnant when i was 12 the baby's father left and now i'm living with my mother but it's not easy because i have 3 other siblings the economic situation is difficult for all of us. now trying to get authorization from the venezuelan government to get a job in a supermarket she says she's struggling to feed her child every day. my biggest fear is that my son won't turn out well to be a good man i know that if i don't work he will grow up in poverty like i did powell
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is not alone according to the united nations population fund around one in 4 babies in venezuela is born to a teenager. the country has the highest rate of teenage pregnancies in latin america the country's political and economic crisis has cost reproductive health standards to deteriorate even more or less neighbor jennifer is $17.00 she has an 18 month old son. i got pregnant because we grew up without the means to take care of ourselves i did not know i could have a baby and contraceptives are too expensive and we cannot afford them caring for our children is difficult i don't want my child to be undernourished like so many others. hyperinflation makes it difficult to buy food and medicines contraceptives are out of reach that's why people line up in front of these n.g.o.s every day clinics like this one receive lots of donations from abroad and that's why they can
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provide accessible contraceptives to the population but this device for example is about $150.00 on the street while here it costs only for the problem is that sometimes they don't have enough dr embry says the crisis is having an impact and that more and more young people are coming here looking for help in order to hang on and we're giving away what we have and it's a lot working with the health ministry but now we're out of contraceptive pills on the streets they cost $10.00 times more and the people cannot afford it earlier this year the united nations launched an emergency program focused on the prevention of violence but that also provides assistance in reproductive health. for venezuela has very progressive laws and had several programs to protect and empower girls the problem is that now the programs are underfunded and without resources they are focusing on giving away contraceptive education and prevention.
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says she would like to go back to school one day and become an astrologer but pursuing a dream is not easy in venezuela these days public services have collapsed a lack of education and with active health care are leaving those exposed to unwanted pregnancies that add up to the difficulties they already endure. and you can follow all of the stories we're covering here on our server not go to our website at al-jazeera dot com the website is updated throughout the day because our top story that the ongoing situation in aden and yemen. you want your visit with the cell robin a reminder of our top stories argentina's conservative president has vowed to win a 2nd term despite his shock defeat in sunday's presidential primary the peso
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plummeted as a result at one point falling nearly 30 percent against the dollar. on monday in the face of the adverse results for the government which was favorable for the opposition regrettably we've had a very bad day today we're poor today than before the primary elections this is impacted as greatly the dollar again continues to go up with all the consequences that brings we all know that i've given instructions to our economic team to study and prepare all the necessary measures to look after the argentinian people. hundreds of protesters of divide a security lockdown in indian administered kashmir as residents of the disputed territory celebrate the holiday demonstrators march in the city of sugar 8 days after india moved to impose rule over the area. pakistan's government called on the people to tone down their celebrations in solidarity with the kashmiris. they trumpet ministrations rolled out of the hardline policy aimed at reducing the
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number of people settling in the u.s. the move will make it harder for legal immigrants relying on government benefits like subsidized housing and food stamps to obtain permanent legal status u.s. attorney general william bar has criticized what he says were serious irregularities in the prison where disgraced american financier jeffrey epstein died in an apparent suicide guards were meant to check on him every 30 minutes because of a previous suicide attempt steen was awaiting trial charged with trafficking under aged girls. operations are slowly resuming at home kong international airport after anti-government protests shut down travel on monday passengers have been queuing to check in less than 24 hours after demonstrators flooded the main terminal. the death toll from time to not like ema which has battered much of eastern china has risen to 45 rescue efforts are underway with more than a dozen people still missing after the storm moved up the coast through shanghai
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and towards the capital beijing those were the headlines about with more news in half an hour next on al-jazeera it's talk to want to sara. to see. as the u.s. maintains the pressure on iran tension is on the rise in the gulf raising concerns of a full blown military confrontation. the trump administration is seeking an international coalition to secure the strait of homers which is one of the most important shipping routes in the well but iran is skeptical to iran has dismissed the naval
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build up as a move that by destabilize the whole region and is calling for u.s. vessels to leave the area america will not be held hostage to nuclear blackmail the crisis all started when president donald trump unilaterally pulled out of the iran nuclear deal last year and reinstated sanctions targeting and countries that trade with it the e.u. is still sticking to the deal offering a mechanism to bypass u.s. sanctions but today on talk to al jazeera iran's foreign minister mohammad javad zarif warns while his country manes committed to the landmark 2015 nuclear deal he's patience is running out. so far as i would like to start by asking you about that he says developments the naval buildup in the area as the u.s. seeks to build an international coalition to guarantee freedom and i think asian in
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the area how do you see it. this is a tiny body of water and the more poor unable vessels you have in this body of water the less secure it is for everybody. based on experience presidents of the united states important neighbor pleat in the persian gulf has never produced security really all very sad memories of u.s. ships downing an iranian airliner. in 1988 killing 290 passengers so we believe that the best u.s. can do for protection of. maritime. navigation is to just leave people alone don't interfere this is. basically a hostile act against iran and i do not believe it will have any impact other than
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in security we have the longest coast on the persian gulf and on the sea obama and the strait of hormuz and we have historically maintained freedom of navigation and security in the region along with our met neighbors and once again we call on our neighbors to come together for security for 20 years see the string of events that took place in the body of water over the last few months you have drones doll and you have 10 cars mysteriously attacks which is no. putting more pressure on the international committee all the americans in particular to say you know what it's about time to take action now it's about time to stop terrorizing iranian people it's about time to stop creating insecurity in the region and i think doing that will provide security i think the united states is the source of instability in this region i think u.s.
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allies on fortunately have been the source of instability who is bombing people in yemen who are fighting in aden to get it is iran involved or our friends involved or are these 2 allies of the united states fighting against each other once the defense minister mr had warned against. any attempt by the israelis to step into this and joins the u.s. led coalition saying that this could have this is worse disastrous can sequences is iran trying to draw a line in the sand here. we basically state opposition israel has been the source of instability and insecurity and aggression and war in this region it is very unfortunate that some countries in our region are trying to buy security of all people from israel. people who have not been able to provide security for themselves their iron dome has not even been able to protect them against.
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organisations that are fighting for their independence how can they provide security for the countries in the region but aren't you concerned that in this particular context the potential for a full blown minister confrontation is almost there because the americans are saying for example that the revolutionary guard in iran is using g.p.s. interference still your oil tankers into wandering into the territorial waters of iran to seize them and you know a slight small incident there and there you go it could be war but obviously the press we are. protecting our shores we are protecting our water as it is close to us and it is 7000 miles away from the shores now who should be concerned and i believe the president of the united sates in this region is disturbing lazing and if they're concerned but
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instability they should move away what is very clear extremely clear is that we are not seeking war we do not want confrontation we want development for our people we want development for our region we depend on this region we depend on the persian gulf on the strait of hormuz it's our lifeline all of our oil goes through the strait of hormuz we need stability here but stability should be for everybody be cannot have stability for some instability for others we need to have stability for all countries in the region and we are prepared to protect stability for all countries in the region and for those who depend on our region the united states is least dependent for its energy on this region it is china it is japan it is korea i think those are the countries who should be involved with us with the
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countries in the region not good people who are from outside the region and we're prepared to work with them to ensure security and stability in this region many other countries out of the view that it was biggest problem is that it's uclear ambitions it's in a pursuit to develop. ballistic missile technology and for many countries the americans in particular this is a red line well. and the americans are not in a position to draw red lines for what we do for our defense when our people are dying with iraqi chemical weapons when our we people were being killed by american awacs information reconnaissance information by the british chieftain tanks by soviet migs by french eggs or set missiles who was protecting us by german chemical weapons who was protecting us nobody came to our protection we were forced to develop our ballistic missiles our missile capability in order to defend ourselves
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that is why this issue is extremely important for the iranian people because we're not going to allow another aggressor to catch us defenseless we will defend ourselves but don't you see that sometimes your neighbors particularly saudi arabia the united arab emirates your neighbors in the region the moment they see that you're trying determined to build your own military capabilities they would say we also have to do the same thing we need to protect ourselves because this is a area that could be explosive any time we were not building our military capabilities when they paid $75000000000.00 to saddam hussein to attack us saudi arabia based on their own statements paid $75000000000.00 for saddam's armand's it turned out that saddam after not being able to defeat us in the war targeted those weapons against the saudis and the kuwaitis themselves so if they started a military arms race. a an arms buildup in this region they should not complain
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we're not engaged in an arms buildup we are engaged in creating the necessary capability to defend ourselves or d.p. period to bring their military expenditure to our level 60 responses $1000000000.00 if saudi arabia is serious at least they can spend double our $32.00 bit you let me challenge them instead of $87000000000.00 that they spent last year they have half of our population best and half of our population spend twice as much as we spend on defense why are they complaining what is it that they're complaining about they're buying the most sophisticated weapons from the united states they're buying the most sophisticated weapons that are available in the global market and unfortunately unfortunately the merchants of death are selling them those weapons will go back to your relation with your neighbors in the region it seems that we are in a perfect impasse and at the very heart of this whole crisis is the landmark 2015
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year clear deal the c p a a can it still hold mr foreign minister i believe so i believe it's the best deal that was possible it wasn't the best deal for every put because you cannot have a perfect date there is no perfect and it was the best deal that was possible and if. president trump is given correct that weiss he would be able to. basically accept the reality that this is the best deal possible and we can move forward but the deal can go on if the other participants if the remaining participants in the decide to simply fulfill their commitments we don't expect them to do anything for us. all we want from them is to fulfill their own
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commitments the commitments they made in the deed and the commitments they made after the u.s. withdrawal if they believe the commitments they made in the deed was contingent upon us being a part of the deed what about the commitments that they made after they knew that us had withdrawn what we want them to do and what we expect them to do is to stay committed and we will stay committed as long as they are now the europeans of the same time are saying that we're expecting the iranians to give us more signals that they are willing to engage i'll give you an example you said that you you've issued warnings that you might. remove some of the restraints when it comes to the nuclear deal particular when it comes to enrich uranium be beyond the threshold of $3.00 or 7 percent is a still the case are you determined to go forward well you see when we negotiated the nuclear the it was not based on trust it was based on mutual mistrust and that
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is why in the we have provided provisions remedies if the if one side or the other while it's the deed we are using that exact remedy in paragraph 36 of the nuclear the so we're not while waiting the we are implementing the deal we are trying to safeguard the i can make a general statement for you we will be committed to the j.c. . as much as and as long as europe. and the rest of the participants are committed president trump has repeatedly said the 2015 year clear deal was a bad deal and if he decides it's and it's a turn chapter what would be the options left for iran he did is a deal it is an agreement it's an agreement that a u.s. government a u.s. president elected by the people endorsed we did not have
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a revolution in the united states we just had an election and it cannot simply say that the agreements of previous administrations do not hold so if you take this statement seriously there are 2 years left of the 1st term of president trump less than 2 years of that and then. we will have a new president or maybe president trump reelected so it's then that you will decide how no no no no no even if president trump is there for another 6 years our recent post to reach another deal with president trump that can only last 6 years that can only last 5 years that can only last a year and a half is that the type of international environment that president trump wants to create for people for countries who want to engage with the united states i see a russian up from your perspective the bottom line here is do you have any deadline like in 2 years from now if the there is no
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a term for any genuine renegotiation of the deal. we're going to pull out from the deal we don't need to put out from the deal as long as others are in the deal we will be in the deal but we have options within the deal because as i said this deal was negotiated based on mutual mistrust and even distrust and that is why we have put mechanisms in the deal in the in the j.c. pure way to make sure that the deal would outlast anybody as the diplomatic crisis unfolds your neighbors in the region are produced and sent saudi arabia in particular and for those who like to ask you how would you describe now your relations with the saudis well not not good. but saudis relations with qatar not. now i don't know what's happening to their relations with the u.a.e. in in aid and of course we're happy that there is a cease fire in aden but there's been conflict the situation in libya the situation
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in the sudan. all of these are where they are in popular not involved in the b.-o. or the so that but they are involved unfortunately what we have called for and repeat is that our neighbors all of us belong to this reach. we cannot leave this region others really use reach or others really not secure us others will not provide us with the security umbrella that we need we can provide each other with that security umbrella we extend our hand and our hand remain extended to all our neighbors we are very happy that we have extremely good relations with qatar we have extremely good relations with amman we have extremely good relations with kuwait and we want to have good relations with the other 3 countries in the press but you know what the saudis and the americans for example have been saying over the last few years that iran is never has never been genuine
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about reaching out to us and they would give you examples they would say you are spreading a radical ideology in the region yet you use proxies in yemen for example you are building the capabilities of the who these to destabilize the region you have been involved militarily in a place like syria when you should have come to that and and looked into different scenarios like a diplomatic way out of the crises that let me ask you a question are our proxies fighting each other in aid or are our proxies fighting each other in libya or are proxies putting each other into sort that did we provide $75000000000.00 to saddam hussein did we imprison the prime minister of another country for 3 weeks who has done all of this we have been on the receiving end of their aggressions of the money they spent in order to
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destabilize us from day one after the revolution they were hoping to undermine the revolution they have not succeeded is in 40 years or nah. isn't 40 years long enough for them to come to their senses that by paying terrorist organizations by financing terrorist organizations by financing aggressors they're only creating enemies for themselves look at what they've done in syria they finance darvish they are diversion to arm the nostra what did it what did it do to that by the same time there was say you could have also stepped in it's place like syria where you have a huge political advice to leverage and convince president bashar assad to negotiate a peaceful way out of the crisis that's exact with the syrian people that's exactly what we're doing look at the situation in syria yeah it is it is unfortunate but that's exactly what we're doing that's what that's exactly what we have done with russia and turkey for the last 3 years that's exactly what we're doing but they
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came to syria not to unseat president bashar assad but to push us out they have to recognize that iran cannot be excluded from this region we are part of this region we are a part and parcel we have been here for millenia we have 7000 years of history in this region we did not come from outside or like others we are from this region we remain in this region and that's a historical fact we need to live together we want to live with our neighbors we have no choice but we have serious bonds we have historical parts cultural bonds religious bonds and as all muslims are coming back from mina. to finish their hatch we call on our neighbors to come back to what joins us together rather than to what. pulls us apart yemen for example you have good
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relations with her theories of this particular issue how can you. stepped in and offered a way out of this crisis in yemen you could you could talk to the health is that convinced that it was in april 25th in a few days after the war had started we offer it. at that time. and the united states administration agreed to have a cease fire and we offered our help unfortunately saudi arabia at that time believed that it could win militarily within weeks that is why it rejected the offer our offer is still on the table cease fire immediate humanitarian assistance yemeni intra yemeni dialogue and an inclusive government that is still on the table they should stop fighting they should stop fighting each other they should stop
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putting all of this burden on the innocent yemeni people come to then allow yemenis to come to the negotiating table and i can assure you we will do what ever we can in order to make that happen there's been a meeting between the senior iranian official and in the red fish about maritime security do you see this as a 1st step towards normalization with united arab emirates well we certainly hope that we can have normalization with all of our neighbors and we certainly hope that all of our neighbors can have normalization with each other there is no reason for the u.a.e. and saudi arabia and bahrain to try to strangulate gutter and we make it very clear to them this region is too small and too all the time for these games to be play talking about a very complex political landscape in the region which also brings together the same question could these problems that we've been talking about the blockade
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imposed of qatar your strained relations with the saudi arabia and with the night of and the rest of the own going crisis could be. conducive to a genuine. debate between the other side is because when we face reality ultimately the foreign minister saad is consider themselves to be the leader of the sunni islam you consider yourselves to be the leaders of islam and people are saying that after all these years calamity is disaster this civil war bloodshed it's about time for a new chapter it's long over it's long overdue we need to do it we are prepared to do it my proposal for regional dialogue forum is on the table that's exactly what you do when you have dialogue you don't discuss about niceties you discuss about your differences and i made that proposal 6 years ago i restate that proposal there is a security council resolution 598 which was adopted in 1987 it has
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a paragraph in it based on the iranian suggestion that we need to have a regional security arrangement we call on our neighbors in the region to join us in trying to secure our region the problem has been that some in our region particularly in saudi arabia have believed that they can purchase security from outside that they can secure themselves by relying on the worst enemy of the stomach world and that is history they have done that they continue to do that it pains me when i see netanyahu saying that saudi leaders are his friends netanyahu is never going to be a friend of the muslim world his hands are bloodied with the blood of muslim people look at what happens every friday in the occupied territories. this is the reality
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of the situation while you are the relying on netanyahu since you're talking about right a premise a bunch of it doesn't you know i had a lot of time in iran's supreme leader describe the us middle east plan as a humanity as a crime against humanity which is which prompted a tough response from year u.s. secretary of state mike pompei you do see the mid middle east peace plan something that could possibly see the daylight. i believe the palestinians are the final judge of that and if you look at the situation right now the palestinians are rejecting that and they have every reason to reject it because it basically it basically legitimises the status quo this is what they have said publicly. this is what. i said publicly this is what others have said publicly that we have to
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accept reality underground reality underground is regression reality underground is occupation reality underground is an expression reality on the ground is why lation daily why elation of human rights of all palestinians i do not believe that the palestinians are prepared to accept this reality on the ground and the us should stop legitimizing aggression why they should have human rights and occupation even sanctions after the client. has a trump chat invitation is this something that could further impede your work as a foreign minister i mean would you be able to travel to the u.s. meet with senators potentially even meet with the president trump if this circumstances are different you see i'm doing my work. i had the pleasure of meeting my counterpart and i'll be meeting with his highness the emir i'm interviewing you so much i mean in today's world you cannot shut anybody
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you can't shut them up you cannot prevent a point a minister from doing his job i never request any meetings in the u.s. i respond to requests now if they continue to make requests from me i would respond positively why don't you see the opportunity people would say that well if one said this was just going to be a photo op with no substance who knows it could be also an opportunity for you to at least listen to the man in person and then see how how you can come up with some concessions when you say. really. mean really busy people i spend days and nights negotiating a deal why should i spent again the same time if that is going to hold only for one and a half or 5 and a half years. you said you're a very busy person you've been iran's chief diplomat for almost i think 6 yes you
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go through the marathon talks to for the land back to 1015 nuclear deal there's been the spring war in syria war in yemen the own going crisis with the trump administration isn't this a tough job for you mr foreign minister trying to build bridges with a world that does not trust iran well. they mistrust is mutual not with the world with a few countries. and i think the rest of the world don't trust might but it's a tough job but it's it's a sweet optimist to be trying to serve your people this is going to be my last question to you. if iran's foreign minister how do you see the future deep in your heart when you look at the situation when we see that the next months could be really decisive in the in the region do you have any hopes that we might see a peaceful political way out of the crisis with the us are you concerned that the
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potential for a war is also there i'm certainly concerned but as a diplomat i always need to look for a peaceful way out and that's what we are trying. to do as that he feels for him as a thank you very much. you're watching al-jazeera arms the whole run in doha these are all top news stories argentina's conservative president lorentzian machree to win his 2nd term despite his shock defeat in sunday's presidential primary financial markets knowledge and tina reacted strongly with the peso falling more than 30 percent against the dollar. has more from. the day after his shock
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overwhelming defeat in primary elections president macky said he would listen more he appealed to argentina's for patience for his policies to show results his address to the nation came after a day of emergency meetings firstly with the head of the central bank you're watching al-jazeera and soho run in doha these are all top news stories argentina's conservative president lorentzian machree to win his 2nd term despite his shock defeat in sunday's presidential primary financial markets knowledge and tina reacted strongly with the peso falling more than 30 percent against the dollar. has more from. the day after his shock overwhelming defeat in primary elections president macky said he would listen more he appealed to argentina for patience for his policies to show results his address to the nation came after a day of emergency meetings firstly with the head of the central bank. your
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children in doha these are all top news stories argentina's conservative president lawrence your macro to win his 2nd term despite his shock defeat in sunday's presidential primary financial markets knowledge and tina reacted strongly with the peso falling more than 30 percent against the dollar. war from. the day after his shock overwhelming defeat in primary elections president mackey said he would listen more he appealed to argentina's the patience for his policies to show results his address to the nation came after a day of emergency meetings firstly with the head of the central bank. president cristina fernandez to kitchener and the markets to return to her populism high spending on social projects and the allegations of corruption that still haunts her . it seems to me that i was in diane's haven't learned much in all these years i think a hard god knows i was going to come back to the government which i think is bad
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news equally mackley is a bad manager the economy a bad man economy who are better graduates and but didn't walk. can't believe devoted prefer a criminal a mob and didn't appreciate all the public work that's been done it's bad i'm mad and i'm sad because this can be. the result was resoundingly across latin america the right wing president of neighboring brazil wanted the return of a left wing government in argentina could lead to another venezuela. we don't want our arjun tied brothers here that would happen if the results of the elections held yesterday are confirmed in the october vote. the size of the argentine government defeat is still being analyzed it is a difficult situation the voters wants was a pocket and the best of votes was runs with the expectation of a konami policy with a little over 2 months until presidential elections the argentine electorate must
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now consider which of 2 start clear opposing economic models will best resolve their dire economic difficulties than shwe and the how to 01 osiris hundreds of protesters have defied a security lockdown in indian administered kashmir as residents of the disputed territory celebrate the holiday demonstrators marched in the city of sugar 8 days after india revoked the area's autonomy and stripped it of its special status the move is seen as an illegal alex ation of the area by new delhi something pakistan's government has said it will take up at the un security council. the trumpet ministration has rolled out under the hardline policy aimed at reducing the number of people cycling in the us the move will make it harder for legal immigrants relying on government benefits like subsidized housing and food stamps to obtain permanent legal status. the u.s. attorney general william bar has criticized what he says were serious irregularities in the prison where disgraced financier geoffrey epstein died in an
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apparent suicide guards were meant to check on him every 30 minutes because of a previous suicide attempt abstain was awaiting trial charged with trafficking under aged girls. operations are slowly resuming at hong kong international airport after anti-government protests shut down the travel up on monday passengers have been queuing to check it less than 24 hours after demonstrators flooded the main terminal more than 100 flights were canceled those stories course you can catch up on our website start as ever dot com about that more news in half an hour but next on al-jazeera it's growing pains to stay with us.
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the view growth as something positive. it's grade watching our kids grow up or seeing a tree grow. it we always aware the door growth must come to an end. there's a limit nature knows no such thing as infinite growth this route seems to apply to every kind of growth but one economic growth is somehow supposed to continue indefinitely. we believed them and now there are no limits to growth and human progress when men and women are free to follow their dreams and we were right . if that growth fails to materialize we panic but why. as one person recognized the 150 years ago growth is the fundamental principle of our economic system capitalism only works when the economy grows but call marx
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recognize something else as well it is this growth that will eventually destroy the system itself. and today. have through each that point is the system about to collapse. infinite growth actually be possible. the governments don't want us to even question the g. word they don't even want to put the discussion around gross if you are looking at this from the outside and the alien arriving from outer space and you're looking at the society. you would really wonder what was going all what are they doing what what is this gross that has to appear in every political sentence and is the basis of every economics textbook what is it all about is it is a religion that they have is the god that they're chasing is the virus that's taken over them. what is this visceral fear that emerges as soon as growth starts to go away.
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an exertion of one of storm kindness garnished gave the whale to be defined as a dimension the levels you didn't talk vacs storm in the. fall to god the tough facts them style gets filtered out sucks them into finding semen it is the audience that's us maximina what is being that which is the politics. but went out and and because if what.
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mediums the politic can come. on by the perfect. is a long as mention of the planet and keep to. the box to me i'm a huge how does fit in the back off. where does this unshakeable belief in economic growth come from. has it always been there. is a dream part of human nature. it was raw data was under imaginative use of mass production methods but there was a lot there was able to perform which was primarily to build more planes but all the united nations put together to turn our ships at the rate of $200.00 a month ships which carried over the years beyond might of the united states to
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decide the outcome of a war. the success story of economic growth began during world war 2 mass production of tanks and aircraft let the american economy out of crisis the output of military equipment was now calculated by a new statistical measure of gross domestic product or g.d.p. if production i.e. g.d.p. grew and so did prosperity americans believed so firmly in this new formula that they compel their allies to bring they can elect policies in line with it from then on it wasn't people's incomes that counted it was only growth and it turned out to be such a useful measure actually for the war effort and for understanding the war effort that off towards it became the single most important policy number. across the world it kind of symbolizes progress to us sort of says while things are getting bigger so they must be getting better that was the us of the g.d.p.
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. in the 3 decades after the war the western economies grew up to 8 percent and in the u.s. they called it the golden age of capitalism in france they were the 30 glorious years in germany it was the economic miracle an entire generation enjoyed material prosperity and full employment and this became engraved in the collective consciousness even though these high growth rates were only made possible by massive water destruction the believe in growth was now unstoppable. g.d.p. became the most important benchmark in history. that and the economy and the grace of the economy was doing a good job force when when we were young if you like when as an economy as a society we were young and one of the really important things to say is that there are some societies where that is still necessary where you still need that growth
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where you still need food clothing and shelter whether very very poor undernourished people living on less than the price of a skinny latte from the cafe downstairs and that's a that's a situation where growth makes some sense. but the idea that human beings all we want is more more stuff doesn't really stack up so after a certain point you have to ask yourself well how much is enough how much how much more do i need to grow the economy to satisfy human appetites. playing the 1970s so our growth rate sing for the 1st time due to the oil crisis and other factors the boomers are over the market saturated western economies stagnated millions suddenly found themselves unemployed it was uncharted territory. for the 1st time and then that's of course became visible economically socially and economically. for.
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we do have some understanding about groet. earth in 1982 a group of scholars commissioned by the club of rome presented a report in washington and titled limits to growth using a computer simulation such as that mit had calculated for the 1st time what continues economic growth would do to the planet's they're finding set off alarm bells around the world when resource consumption is doubling every 20 years for the 1st time people were confronted with the fact they can only grow it could also have negative consequences and that the planet's natural limits would soon be reached the success story of growth was in crisis we've reached levels of prosperity which carry the seeds of disruption and necessitate a complete relook at the whole world social political and other situation. a couple of rome reports sold 30000000 copies and became a global sensation. and yet soon the scholars themselves came under attack their
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calculations ready tried as irresponsible fear mongering because it's impossible to admit the end except. the success story of growth must continue. unfortunately many of us called us predictions turned out to be right and in many cases reality even surpassed the bleak predictions. as the cover from reports was causing an international uproar the brazilian rain 1st in the amazon basin was doing nearly untouched the huge brazilian state of much of grosso largely populated by indigenous people consisted of forest and 70 today not much of that is left since the mid eighty's progress aided by international investors has been eating away at the rain forest 35 football fields of forest
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disappear every minute it's been the same story over and over again lumberjacks moving 1st. thank cattle breed s. and finally the sort of the parents. along that les. mis quoting of one point containing as the insignia you on the nail your. aspiration on what ought is known. the pledge government and i. believe school fairness but as the leader of seemed to get out of bed on knowing that a god is following a cia in tone there is this as i'd as i have the ia war z. the dance of the fuzzy and the keep thing they've each quater of it seems were sent there has there. been as good as society has boogy of us both them flightplan than the media you meant them to mean by you. must or gnomes the last
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one you see pick your cup damaso and all who are going to watch. them are. the gap is there by god alone could possibly. go the sestak luzhin has been infused with the serum on the losing mice. the tropical climate and then the $3.00 to $4.00 hard to spray year and with that massive profits saw and corn for export an enema feet. i mean $163.00 is the gateway to the amazon basin at the end lumberjacks money and destruction into the forest. today countless trucks line the agribusiness highway transporting their valuable cargo to the international ports. they pass and enter the sea of soybean fields enormous silos and slaughterhouses to one of the largest regions in the world growth rates of up to 20 percent business.
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and the seventy's is region it was just lived by indians it's just amazing forest. 3040 years just off colonization and it's the most important region nagra business off the country. it's a do it right place to make new investments to make money. you carol a good part exported to russia china and in other countries. do you see any limits no limits of the disk i have and the limits.
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in response to the crisis of the seventy's economic policy underwent a change of course new growth had to be followed no matter what the cost even if that meant only seeing the prime influences of china's capitalist. these had been contained after world war 2 because there were hundreds possible for the great depression and the war itself. monetarism was a new magic word. among them was the idea that if you put more money into the economy liquidity it was called that additional money in the economy would help really best that would help give a small production that would allow us to consume more goods and we would get growth back again so this little hiatus if you like in the seventy's primarily
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caused by the oil crisis lead to a transformation in the economics of our society and in particular how we think about right now we think about stimulating growth i. governments deregulated financial markets banks insurance companies and investment funds games and influence and we're now allowed to gamble with currencies stocks even with people's retirement funds capital was that lose and the financial sector was flooded with my. divorce a pact with the devil and the beginning of a slow process of self disempowerment in exchange for growth governments relinquish the power to financial markets but who do we mean by financial markets and capital and what does it all have to do with us.
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the group is europe's biggest insurance and one of the biggest players in the global financial markets. it's been fun for 600000000 oil different from 400000000 fit even so see shown at 400000000000 for the softness you know in the lead so see showing leading via the foresaw good ones o'quinn one fist to she went on my country to so for stay in. the us so much period of figure one inch on base you think you want in tax in uk too is it wolf in c. a party for mukesh cotton and the some bucks to part it's a peon so buy spirit box in investments invest it to one in it will be an infomercial to investments in autobahn and when the tulio in the city take. the
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subtle eyes more of the positive closed in china therefore also a show although some kind of want to both. the developed markets in europe and us. they also know new lines to be seen which we could never knock to a finance if a few of what's in it. is if you put sand high fashion mission via in so going to invest in visteon i sucked in him obedient it's at the law. as a given in the token fini gun opon being given me a in didn't spend on hunting and then who has faxed to me indecent and done mukesh to go after dark and. i defend it and the tufted his sister to mistake new trick is to stop it door to push it into over the toilet i never was an invoice spent 9 as ish miche to be i'd have it torn if x. from the forst. thank you sandy city gothic anointed chaotic moments he felt he
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could one thing did not touch up the sox to a chordal kiss for cost by this thank god to 6 months i thought to. look for cost beyond. the number of millions of insured individuals it's sent on its way to multiply when andre has group as a team has a rough idea to which countries and sectors the billions that flow they hire an asset manager he determines what stocks or bonds to invest in. and most of our clients are institutions what they want is they want their their money invested in the capital markets. our customers expect their capital to be returned they want their money back and they want their return on that given. the mobile growth there is another agenda. well why i'm
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commander just 1.2 trillion euros obvious it's and in germany we're managing 490000000000 euro as of a sense of. the financial markets they have a social role in distributing people's savings towards investment and that investment is usually a form of debt so when you get you take out a loan for example to buy a house that line could end up in a bond and we could end up buying that phone so growth is important so that individuals and companies who borrow money in the capital markets can actually pay those lines back. no less free trade when he said 20 just. imagine a world with 0 growth that's a world in in which pretty much everything gets frozen if you haven't got a job in this new world with no growth bad luck.
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you're going to have to wait for somebody to retire before maybe you get their job . and society without growth probably won't work at all. not for long. it would be cherry and to collapse. without growth societies will descend into chaos according to the financial and political elite. but is that really the case isn't it rather the blind faith in growth that leads us to chaos. in the eighty's the world of finance operating from the city of london and wall street increased its influence and governments and societies and became the driving force of capitalism today financial markets not governance determine their wellbeing of enteric countries. how did it come to this how could financial markets gain such influence
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over our lives. one person who knows the financial world better than almost anyone this year at college for nearly 30 years he was a successful fund manager on wall street and in the city of london. and i never planned spew from niger i was a scientist and i've been offered 20000 pounds to go and stone wall street in 1008 . and that was one of the worst i was the beginning of. and we went into the new era of reagan and liberal trade the so-called big bang in the city was all about financial deregulation let's go let the market decide and let's hire people and let's see what happens yes i suppose this really kind of control that is here which would happen for and it was that that we walked into where money now talks now money wins and you need people small people to trade the
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markets and make finance the powerhouse behind capitalism which is supposed to be. the plan seemed to work. stock markets built roads no longer needed to be financed by increasing wages and tax revenue now it was all about credits governments and individuals to take out loans from banks and investors so that they could be good consumers and thus generate books to. credit cards come along overdraft so to use lending for houses becomes widely available and it's at that point that explodes. that now it's not just the very wealthy have access to all these things consumerism is now people lower down the income scales as well and if you look at money supply in that and supply credits in the early eighties it
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just explodes the ng and the ng has been access to consumerism and promotion of current consumerism close debt which is created the growth we created the way we are today. the cold logic of the markets took over producing winners and losers. one of the people who knew best how to profit from this new logic was donald trump . i really think i have an instinct but i don't think it's the instinct shark i think it's the instinct of of maybe getting what i want or knowing how to get what i want. only if you recognize the profit opportunities in this new era as well as. he made large scale purchases of derelict new york apartment blocks and promise to transform their internet's 3 hotels and apartments to see financing from banks high
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on the market boom and through the largest tax break in new york city history trump himself had practically nothing move heaven is an incredible place where you build a huge building in a sold out in a matter of days i mean you know you build a building with literally 3 or $400.00 units i'm building a building is one of the hottest buildings anyone's of the scene is just selling like hotcakes and then hatton itself is becoming a place of the rich period. the genie was out of the bottle the brave new world of finance or capitalism could no longer be constrained and great efforts were made to set it as a controllable and secure system. the whole industry is based around a kind of illusion and the illusion of certainty there is a vested interest if you like inside of the system is to project knowledge and
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you're watching all deservedly so wrong a reminder of our top stories argentina's conservative president has vowed to win a 2nd term despite his shock defeat in sunday's presidential primary the peso plummeted as a result at one point falling more than 30 percent against the dollar with those who go on monday in the face of the adverse results for the government which was favorable for the opposition regrettably we've had a very bad day today we're poor today even before the primary elections this is impacted us greatly the dollar again continues to go up with all the consequences that brings we all know that i've given instructions to our economic team to study and prepare all the necessary measures to look after the i. until he and people. hundreds of protesters have defied a security lockdown in indian administered kashmir as residents of the disputed
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territory celebrate the holiday demonstrators marched in the city of sugar 8 days after india revoked the area's autonomy and stripped it of its special status the move is seen as an illegal i think sation of the area by new delhi think pakistan's government has said it will take the un security council trip ministration has rolled out another hardline policy aimed at reducing the number of people settling in the u.s. the move will make it harder for illegal immigrants relying on government benefits like subsidized housing and food stamps to taint permanent legal status. u.s. attorney general william barr has criticized what he says are serious irregularities in the prison where disgraced financier geoffrey epstein died in an apparent suicide guards were meant to check on him every 30 minutes because of a previous suicide attempt was awaiting trial charged with trafficking underage girls operations are slowly resuming at home kong international airport and to
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government protests shut down travel harbor on monday passengers have been queuing to check in less than 24 hours after demonstrators flooded the main terminal more than $100.00 flights were canceled and the death toll from typhoon a little which has battered much of eastern china has risen to $45.00 rescue efforts are underway with more than a dozen people still missing after the storm moved up the coast through shanghai and towards the capital beijing those are the headlines and back with al-jazeera news are in half an hour but we continue with growing prey growing pains will seize it.
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they view growth as something positive. it's great watching our kids grow up or
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seeing a tree grow. it we always aware that all growth must come to an end. there's a limit nature knows no such thing as infinite growth this rule seems to apply to every kind of growth but one economic growth is somehow supposed to continue indefinitely. as one person recognized the 150 years ago growth is the fundamental principle of our economic system. capitalism only works when the economy grows but col marx recognize something else as well it is this growth that will eventually destroy the system itself and today every weeks that point is the system about to collapse. at infinite growth actually be possible. the bloomberg company from new york place a central role in the financial system since the $980.00 s. whom because provided stock traders and bankers with lightning fast price
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fluctuations and finance data from around the globe are making it one of the world's most influential media companies. around the clock bloomberg news agency and stock market channel broadcast the glad tidings of the free market. our role in financial markets is as a provider of transparency i would write a huge amount of data about the numbers on markets on economies on companies providing a chronicle of capitalism telling the story of money vitally important to bloomberg and central to what me about does. not raise dangerous is one of most important numbers we look for if i say. score on the on the state for the economy steady solid growth in financial markets do usually reflected in solid sustainable growth . in comments in demand in jobs markets reason is that people feel wealthier if you look at the textbooks there should be no limits to growth but if
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you look at the newspapers at the moment you get the feeling there is a. growth in the central question now is whether or not a cyclical slump or the something structural is going on up biggest. i release information systems empires are based upon people's remains have confidence in the information they giving out and the promotion. of the ideology and the narrative which finance is based around which is increasingly become this kind of game shook roach with and. for a period time everybody wins. and then as you know a number of economists marx keynes are pointed out is eventually all these mains go on and the question. to those heavy lobbying by the financial sector on the government to ensure actually that this financial sector growth could continue and governments believe that it was in the interest of
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the economy because everyone told the monitors and told them that if you had all this liquidity in the system then you must be growing your real economy but actually what was happening within that system rather was that you freed up all this money which was then used to bet on the increases in the value of certain companies and certain shares and of money itself in the system and the people who were doing that betting were not only profiting from it but they were also the only people who were regulating the system so it created a huge unstable and an incredibly. equal system in which the rich got very much richer really very fast. for decades society has been transformed into an enormous market to which there's allegedly no alternative. the huge sums few in the financial markets scream for hire a jones and have penetrated every corner of the globe. new ways are constantly
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thought to expand profits already in the tree is. the road seems to be getting to small for the capital. when i was a kid i couldn't afford to fly in an airplane i actually joined the air transport industry before i ever flew in here. today people take flying for granted it shaped the way we buy goods it shaped places people go to shape the meetings between people in different cultures. over the next 20 years we expect the world to meet 32000 new civil aircraft. at the moment around 1000000000 of the people who live on our planet fly by air
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regularly. the remaining 6000000000 don't yet fly by air and it's these people who will be tomorrow's passengers and tomorrow's customers in addition for those of us in developed countries who take flying for granted to. have. over the last 6 years more than 100 brand new airplanes. charged. on airplanes every string days the changes. take the. heat.
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there's a retailer or something to turn the bible belt mitt. romney says i'm doing well that's what i thought was how much of what you get the money that you are currently it will have a slightly montreux 100 apples in china. and every year in the range of 10 or 15 new yeah cause i want to be don't imagine if everybody. enough all the travel expenses even the president was low cost the business water a worker is willing to travel by the mockingjay is fantastic you can't imagine and i i already seems that this is a sign of that that's why when i look at it every time i must come out of the perspective though the market i cannot imagine is a dime ation of this market where ny has a reference of 1400000000 which is even more important than the whole of europe
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and more atrophy means more pollution what do you do about that. we made every single effort to try to reduce as emissions but if we look at it as a social benefits and as economic benefits as education industry or bring to the humanity. and then people may think of differently. we. are trying to make as well as smaller and smaller. to make it a real village which. for
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decades growth was kept on life support with debt only if you had the courage to say that the party couldn't go on forever but no one listened to them. in september 2008 the time had come to the house of cards collapsed it's a black monday for the american capital market despite dramatic rescue efforts over the weekend all efforts to keep the world's 4th largest investment bank alive have failed lehmann brothers is shutting its doors for good it's also i think a necessary part of the cleanup process i mean we knew it was weak we expected it to go it's not going in the way that people expected it to but it's gong. the long run i'm confident that our capital markets are flexible and resilient can deal with these adjustments. so.
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there was a deep shock in the system it was a sense of my goodness we can't let this happen again governments have to have a better handle on this system and for a while there were attempts to do that it lost it probably a matter of a few months in fact by the end of 2009 and into 2010. the very same companies a been responsible for some of that disaster was still engaging in those same kinds of risky trading procedures that for a while had been stopped in the wake of the crisis and we learned a lesson. but then we forgot it again. the financial crisis was a huge opportunity for governments to free the world from its dependency on financial markets and to change the system that they wasted it instead they did all they could to revive the old system spending trillions of dollars to save the banks
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. then something incredible happens the banking crisis miraculously became a sovereign debt crisis drive it dead became public that governments and the citizens press objected to us 30 policies. and there which millions of people suffer to this day. thanks and stock markets however need to demonstrate a sense of normalcy as soon as possible in reality nothing is as it seems capitalism survived the crisis that no longer functions like it once did. even though it's not as busy as it used to be this is still the center of capitalism you can look at all the tourists who are outside the building taking pictures they all still believe this is the center of capitalism it's a symbol of something it means something to them.
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10 percent i'm sort of like the weatherman for the stock market i come in every day and try to figure out what's going on in the stock market i talk to trading desks i talk to analysts i talk to people who know a lot about the stock market and i go on the air and on the internet and explain what's going on. remember the s. and p. $500.00 is down one and a half percent this month we have very clear market leaders and the reason we've had it is because of better prospects for earnings in the 4th quarter remember what the market leaders have been energy tech events lagging today energy tax and banks that's interesting their picks. but it's you know if i just changed prior. human beings want stories they don't want an endless list of numbers nobody is impressed with a list of numbers they want to know what's going on tell us in plain english what the markets for doing and that's the real skill set and often that's not easy
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because things are very complicated. people have always claimed that capitalism can be evil and capitalism doesn't help people i completely disagree what i see in the last 150. yours is millions of people have been lifted out of poverty i personally am a true believer and still believe that the system works well and i'm committed to that system. at this underfund and the new york of all the bonds that fell from 1000 mentioned off the market. committed by dimensions in time to be detestable does your trust fall into i didn't start through. as the heart of the house and this is one of the new york stock exchange this is a list the absolutely i was in the 1st published it. is in this it's the machine
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just about wins. we are in jackson cause the decide to name in me a given of every chance to top not going to give in i'm going to name. just come on the scene and. have been known to it into the i love village shaft involves a. long outside but it was in one town a while kind of talks to me getting tired to give in. to mock police to buy towels on carpet just one day until just one day up. i think what we've seen over the last few years is cracks in the in the shiny surface of capitalism. and the 1st that's what they look like you know they just look at something not quite right. the way the light reflects off it and as you
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look more and more closely. you see this you see that these cracks gay rights of the heart of the model they go right to the heart of the basic ideas of capitalism. does capitalism's do work. can the system deliver what it promises. providing growth jobs and prosperity for all. the on both sides joining a small factory in the sea this is just. little. in the middle unlockable its young content and she said well up to. the turn issues there's always a few just. in study of a couple it's a good idea ha but the life of the slow. down on
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a lot of. unix boxes been diminished. and bob it spits in the sea and unbend us on the on the bad self you can fight don't understand and this is all fine not talk as it's a box that was on the top of that in the cold as it's come goldfish nice. ever since the industrial revolution machines have been replacing your labor. causing great societal upheaval it's. that until recently they had only replaced the physical labor of humans. now machines are capable of doing what makes us humans unique they able to think it's a completely new chapter in human history which will have massive consequences on how we live and work. can technology thanks watson can. i.b.m.
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watson is a technology unlike any that's come before because rather than force humans to think like a computer watson interacts with humans on human terms. sepsis 20 students is a minute in because of cockney teeth off the only stunt just uses too much and off to compliment. and damn it's going to stop kids and kids i mean so i can see steam in how to bite something lengths unemployment's in full view not find that to discus something contexts into plenty of in his name to sustain him begin to laugh when times was a time to deceive us also did not have hospital comes to him all talk atlanta. if you're interested in checking if you're a spectator stand evolution as it makes this whole notion take great great gesture . as well as picture the activities interracial get yes you can be able to do it the right people don't think this is ticket michael himself role in trying
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to get a short. break. for you visit me stop by and zoom in on our farms i bought some shuffle and game time here i can finish my work. then never get off the myans i next see a t.v. ted sometimes that's playing. and just how true in extremis and if in extremis previously. in the future agribusiness and robots will be able to carry out nearly every would seem to previously perform. some jobs for. these new technologies i think another growth but that much in the way of jobs and that could endanger capitalism itself. to be able to access all the nice things mass produced every day and there are not enough people who can pay for them with their wages.
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in financial markets algorithms have long since been running the show. pewters interact with other computers and fractions of seconds without any human input. in this room that's what we do here we have an on off switch right moves there's really no human in our bench and i really don't believe in leaving the room and letting you know something trade on attended it's about being there with that with the creation you know you've worked on. you know even if i don't i don't know you don't control it but you watch it is it doing everything they designed it to do. there are many mathematical models that come out of
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fields such as horse betting that are used and our business as this kind of fundamental pieces of algorithmic trading we somehow project and then our couple this society this idea. that that this is a safe environment for people to build up their rear tire mentality is actually a hyper competitive environment and. depending on the product there's there's you know sometimes i feel safer going into a casino than trading certain products in our space i mean. it is a very different world than the way it's advertised to the general public. financial markets out of control and no longer have any connections to reality why
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the algorithms and robots produce growth they only provide work and prosperity for a few and it's this growth that's destroying our future on the planet. the signs that something is going wrong with the a system that's become impossible to overlook so why do we consistently ignore them . this is for t.v. the network was always stuck together for your. time trusting a lot better now than i was before i had to tell it you know because if they even hire us style you know to me. you guys look like so you obviously don't know what i'm talking about but you know this is a really nice quote. i call it the most powerful name in financial television wall street week his back yes the news guy bridge actually purchased the rights to wall street leaks i view myself as a capital artist again this company that i've created is my canvas. i know you
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guys in the media don't like capitalism but you know someone's had to pay for the camera and the microphone so i mean at the end of the day the capital system is the only system that we've been able to design that works. let's talk about growth ok there is a perception right now in these elitist academic salons ok now we're not going to grow any. well ash is flat out wrong if you study 5500 years of human history we know that human beings are designed at great intellectual curiosity and to innovate there are so many things that we're going to do over the next 50 years is going to shock everybody in terms or keep ability we're going to poll asteroids down from the asteroid belt or low to platinum that would be where the 1st trillionaire comes from we're going to unlock the ability to stop aging were destroyed cancerous cells in our bodies all of this innovation is ahead of us and there's a tremendous opportunity for growth.
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that's a sense of desperation so this strategy we don't want to base that realistic in the world we would much rather have. you know a total fantasy for our guiding star we would like to have this vision that no we don't have to think about detailing christ we have to think about making grows even stronger we have to go for it we have to make america great again we have we can all be billionaires we can all we have property and of course it's a loser but if it goes back to exactly that same simple basic fact we live on a finite planet that there isn't the space for the dream of this reinvigorated the regs fetich this is. just. we live in extraordinary times our world is becoming increasingly complex and many are
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disappointed to find that they are worse off than they used to be. but instead of doubting the economic system they turn to those who have profited from it the most those who continually promise new growth. for these empty promises more and more people are apparently willing to sex. and. capitalism has reached a new level of escalation but it's no longer suited to the world we live in. it's closer than we think.
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you know welcome back to international weather forecast or here across the southern part of united states we have been dealing with the heat of the last several days but the good news is the heat is finally going to be breaking particular here in the central plains and that is going to start here on tuesday going into wednesday but still very hot temperatures across much of the south dallas 39 degrees as your forecast high on tuesday dropping down to about 35 but here across much of the central areas we are back into the high twenty's maybe some low thirty's there but up to new york we are going to see a nice and cloudy day for you with a temperature of 25 degrees well here across the eastern caribbean things have been quite dry we're not seeing much in terms of tropical weather right now we are in the middle of august but still nothing on site here in parts of the atlantic heavy rain though across parts of central america panama city guatemala you're going to see some very heavy rain over the next few days that is going to continue as we go
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