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even start the process without the death certificate and they won't give us one until they have a body the bodies are now decomposed and probably mixed with i saw bodies under the rubble and i'm not alone this is a collective issue that needs to be addressed the cleanup will take millions of dollars and the local municipality has lost more than 70 percent of its equipment during the war even after 2 years it's an overwhelming task and. a kid who has become a sissy of rubble we have formed a committee to deal with the old city and it'll start working soon to give us an inclusive outlook for basic ordination in finding effective mechanism. during the intense battles in mosul small graveyards were formed those who suspect their relatives are under the rubble also want proper burials and possible closure of some of the job it out of the old city of mosul. facebook is tightening its rules on political advertisements ahead of the us presidential election next year lobby
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groups and companies wanting to advertise on facebook or instagram will need to prove their legitimacy those who don't comply and risk having their ads removed the online platforms have been under greater scrutiny of from regulators after allegations that russia used social media to meddle in the 2016 u.s. election. the u.n. says a 1000000000 children around the world live in poverty and they're not just in the poorest countries in the united states california has one of the highest child poverty rates and the lack of affordable housing is making the situation worse rob reynolds has more now from the town of watsonville south of san francisco where many families are struggling. less than 50 kilometers from the vast wealth of silicon valley michelle basara her daughter and granddaughter live in a dilapidated trailer without running water or indoor plumbing think we have summer to stay you know because the hardest part we've been going everywhere to the
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shelters in every place trying to find somewhere to live 3 year old phoenix is one of millions of american children living in poverty a family asked us not to show the toddlers face to protect their privacy we basically told they were going camping for the summer so she's think she thinks we're going you know that we're here camping nearby a community service organization called loaves and fishes serves free meals on thin at the salvation army shelter it's really hard especially i have 3 kids one way 8 the age it's hard to get the president gets right now raymond conoco runs the watsonville social services organization community bridges it's really you know 2 things it's the rising cost of housing and it's the stagnant wages the reality is that the needs are systemic they're systemic based on a capitalism that has gone awry the amount of affordable housing for very low
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income families fell by more than 60 percent since 2010 the trumpet ministration has proposed slashing $8000000000.00 for subsidized housing and to triple rents paid 570-0000 of the poorest public housing residents in local elementary schools here most children receive free meals 30000000 us children get free or reduced price meals at school recent proposed changes by the trumpet ministration would strike half a 1000000 from the program nationwide there are nearly 13000000 kids living in poverty according to the activist group the children's defense. that's nearly one out of every 5 children in the united states poverty affects kids' ability to learn the number one indicator that actually affects students education level an achievement level of poverty raising a family in poverty is an emotional burden for caregivers like michelle but sarah
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and i think i was already a pretty humble person but now i just feel degraded you know and just look down on . humiliation hunger and homelessness in the wealthiest state in the wealthiest country on earth robert oulds al jazeera watsonville california the teenage activists question has been greeted by well wishers she sailed into new york harbor after crossing the atlantic in an emissions free yacht the 16 year old left the british force of plymouth 2 weeks ago to be in new york for a united nations climate summit next month. so to come on the program what waves and wipeouts has the updates from the latest sort of competition in.
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and now it's. for the sport. thank you barbara and while jazeera has uncovered kenyan athletes are doping as they train alongside some of the world's top runners the country's officials say they're doing their best to stop it but banned drugs like the blood booster e.p.o. are still easily available our kenya based correspondent catherine sawyer has this exclusive report from the rift valley. it hanny's popularly known as the home of champions not only does the small town boast of producing some of kenya's greatest athletes thousands of others from around the world come here to train because of
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its high altitude but in recent years kenya's prominent image in the world of athletics has been tainted by doping allegations we talked to accolades who admitted to doping and told us it's common practice this rana asked us not to reveal his identity he said he felt under pressure to succeed here he's filmed receiving an injection while training for a big race. i know doping is bad but as runners we have to support our families through whatever means the 1st time i went for it i lost and that prompted me to take the risk because this is my livelihood. athletes we talked to said it's quite easy to get e.p.o. in many families it's a controlled drug mainly used for a mimic patients back to the right price doctors not isn't pharmacists provided for honest these pharmacist who also asked to keep his identity he didn't sounds
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runners who give him a card from their awnings we sent him to buy this dose of e.p.o. which he did within hours despite it at leats. given 6 outlets we also met as boca prop one of dozens of athletes banned by the world anti-doping agency has won 3 world championship titles but tested positive for using e.p.o. to prop maintains his innocence it's had. the science of you know which i believe there must be an error if it is not. there is a science error kenya's doping money to say with thousands of athletes and stretched resources keeping checks on everyone has been a challenge we need to clean up all across. so that if the core values of competition. the spirit of sports we're.
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still happy that they competed that is. number one but but i feel. that this this put it to him to prove. that this is a lucrative sport and some of those we talked to said as long as he's corruption and ran as willing to risk everything to make money copping cheating on his be difficult kathy soliah. 10. kenyan athletes have already been on the world anti-doping agency's watch list for the last 3 years for several reasons around 50 have been punished for breaking anti-doping rules in the last 5 years among them boston and chicago marathon winner reader jeff 2 in july a report by the athletics integrity unit listed kenya as the 3rd most cheating nation in the sport behind russia and india officials in kenya say that's because more dopers are being caught the most abuse substance now as we know is e.p.o. the blood boosting drug that increases oxygen in the body but other athletes have
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failed drug tests by using steroids and a common asthma drug that can also increase muscle mass. now 20 time grand slam tennis champion roger federer has progressed to the u.s. open 3rd round after a 4 set battle against amir jr the 5 time champion at flushing meadows actually dropped the 1st set to his opponent from bosnia but the swiss came roaring back after that federer eventually winning 36626364 he hasn't won the title in new york since 2008. 2014 u.s. open the runner up came isha corey is also through to the 3rd round the japanese overcame bradley klon but it wasn't easy for the 7th seed misha corey needed for said to defeat the american 62466375 the finals for. caroline uplifts had no problems in her 2nd round encounter with. georgia the czech
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3rd seed winning a very comfortably 61 in 64 to progress to the next round. in the ongoing saga for one of the oldest british football clubs looks like it will have a happy ending bolton wanderers were given 2 weeks to complete a deal or face expulsion from the english football league a group named football ventures offered to buy it for $12000000.00 fans are thankful bolton did not suffer the same fate as league one side beurre who were kicked out of the e.f.l. on tuesday following the collapse of their takeover bid last year's champions league city finalists i.x. amsterdam have successfully qualified for this year's group stage they defeated cypriots club nick 2 nil on wednesday the 1st leg had finished goalless so there was some pressure on the famous dutch club but things to goals from edson alvarez and dusan touch they will take their place in the group stages once again.
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there was an all premier league clash on wednesday night in the english league cup when newcastle united hosted leicester city someone had to lose out and it would be newcastle leicester took the lead thanks to james madison's 1st half goal newcastle struck back through. and so the game went to penalties jamie vardy struck the winning spot to send lester with an extra out and it was a bad night for burnley they are currently 6 in the premier league but they were humbled $31.00 by sunderland a club that finds itself 2 divisions blow burghley surfers are known to be chill but the sport really is far from him it was a wipe out after wipe out at the world surf league to he pro several surfers crashed out in spectacular fashion as a quarter final parents were set that one here comes because both brazil's gabrial medina survived the carnage and received the 1st perfect 10 score of the season.
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that's it for me had you back to barbara in london thank you very much for that memory you can get everything on the latest of what we've been covering on our website al-jazeera dot com or stay with us i'm going to have more news for you just a few. for the nomadic jacka tribe survival is about reaching their destination i'm told if we don't hurry and never be able to get a top up in the storm we follow the mongolian herdsmen on a treacherous migration or in other countries dangerous to the ice and then as they
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strive to preserve their traditional way of life liberty or sometimes losers in the dark there will die a cold war because of the storm risking it all go on al-jazeera. an army of volunteers has come together to help with the influx of tens of thousands of evacuees. but their retreat to a church shelter has brought new challenges an outbreak of norovirus and other gastrointestinal problems. smoke from the massive wildfires now blankets much of northern california leading to some of the worst air quality in the world but with more than 12000 structures lost in the wildfires concerns remain about long term accommodations jobs and medical care. local officials say there isn't enough housing stock available. makes stores generate thousands of headlines it seems that much the media is still struggling with how to deal with it
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with different angles from different perspectives and you hold to account separating the spin from the facts knowledge the misinformation from the journalism how careful must you choose your words but some tough stuff has to be said so some critics have to be made the listening post on ouches 0. outrage in the u.k. after the prime minister suspends parliament for 5 weeks limiting the time politicians have to block a no deal breck's it. hello i'm barbara starr you're watching al-jazeera life from and also coming out yemen's a u.n. recognized government regains control of the city of aden after it was captured by
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southern separatists backed by the way i sold blamed for sri separate suicide attacks in gaza leaving 3 police officers day. the end of a 15 day journey climate activists greater sumburgh arrives in new york after crossing the atlantic in and 0 carbon. thank you for joining us there has been anger in the u.k. after the prime minister boris johnson moved to suspend parliament the controversial decision which affects the ability of opponents to block a no deal breaks it opposition politicians are calling it a constitutional coupe and this is how it will all play out well the queen has approved boris johnson's request to prorogue or suspend parliament so that will happen sometime between september 9th and 12 now it is normal for a new government to close parliament for
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a short period in the run up to the queen's speech on october the 14th a speech which sets out plans for the coming year but the prime minister wants parliament to shut earlier than normal he'll be out of action for 5 weeks that's the longest suspension since 1945 and that limits the amount of time and p's have to block a no deal breaks it or table a vote of no confidence in the government the u.k. due to leave the e.u. just 17 days later or ensley has more. brix it was is and remains an idea about the british parliament taking back control of the agenda setting its own laws and making its own rules so what to make of the decision by the new prime minister to block it from sitting at all for a 5 week period at the most crucial moments in the entire process with one eye on a very possible national election boris johnson insists it's about setting out his new government's plans and that m.p.'s are not being frozen out of having their say
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over bricks it will be full time on both sides of that crucial october 17th summit ample time in parliament for m.p.'s to debate the e.u. debate breaks it and all the other issues ample time but those m.p.'s who have vowed to do anything in their power to block a no deal bricks it's even threaten to set up an alternative parliaments if their views are ignored describe the johnson move as nothing short of a constitutional outrage a step on the road to dictatorship it is a constitution that rage this is an attempt by a prime minister who was elected by a very small number of people in the country is served to party membership to ride roughshod over parliament and prevent any legislation or debate that would stop this country leaving me you without a deal and all the problems that it will cause he seems to want to run headlong into the arms of donald trump it's more determination to see this before this is
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extraordinary johnson had been thought to have been getting on better with european leaders of late and hope had not been lost among them that some new deal could be found but time is now extremely short and there's a genuine sense of crisis among those who fear the hardest of bricks it's the great conundrum of a brecht it has always been whether it should simply fall to government through execute the will of the people or whether parliamentarian should have some kind. of final say to determine what sort of breck's it they think people actually voted for by taking m.p.'s out of play at such a crucial time johnson is effectively testing whether they have the will the resolve to try to overthrow him his government and potentially the referendum result as well that attempts will now probably come sooner rather than later national elections will almost certainly follow something surely must happen now to resolve this sense of democratic crisis in the u.k.
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lawrence lee al-jazeera london well we've barker has been monitoring reaction and protests at westminster. and past 2 years since the bronx referendum the conversation the public discourse surrounding leaving the e.u. has grown uglier and uglier who would have thought only a few years ago that the word coup would be used in relation to britain's democracy but that's exactly what these demonstrates the calling the decision by boris johnson to suspend or paroch parliament next week the whole boris johnson of course sees it he sees it very much in somewhat procedural terms as a way of making sure the m.p.'s are out of the way holding the equation anymore to make sure that the british government can pass much needed legislation when it comes to the humdrum day to day stuff of running the country things like roads education health care and so on and so forth but these people and those opposed to leaving the e.u. without a deal strongly disagree with that standpoint point believing very much that boris
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johnson wants to keep leaving the e.u. without a deal on the table until the dying moments just before october 31st which remains of course in legislation when the u.k. still will leave the european union according to m.p.'s the knives poke into including hilary ban the prominent opposition labor m.p. who is the chair of the cross party committee on leave in the european union they intend when m.p.'s return to palma next week to challenge the position very much in the same way that they challenge to reason may and her vision of bricks it is what every band had to say a little earlier i think the priority is to prevent or no deal breaks it because that's the reason that he is doing this he knows that isn't probably a majority in the house of commons to support him for a no deal breaks it and he's trying to make it very difficult for m.p.'s to stop
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him from achieving that the only problem is that time is running out m.p.'s only have a matter of days next week to coalesce around a single idea boris johnson believes that he's delivering the will of the people all knowing the results of the referendum but parliamentarian say that they represent the real will of the people they will fight this to the end. well earlier i spoke to a suburban it rex a commissioning editor at the telegraph newspaper in london he says boris johnson's move is legitimate and it could spark progress with the e.u. talks her majesty the queen the head of state has and door says this is legitimate is a constitutional procedure so all the sort of 100 unconstitutional gripes. they've been dismissed by the queen she finds acceptable we know there's no greater authority than her the key thing for you leaders is they want to see that boris johnson is ready and able to take something through paul that he can take on and pays them some ways this may encourage
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a quiet hope that he's worked out how to do this because amid all this from about those just dictator with the constitutional arguments and all the excitement one thing is being missed the boat with the queen's speech that boris johnson wants to have to kick off the new parliament the withdrawal agreement bill that he wants to have and that this means that he could possibly draw agreement something that he couldn't do under john buckers rules given the dream was previously rejected 3 times not to the speaker of the house of commons rules you can't have another go with the same legislation italy looks set to have a new government after a breakthrough in coalition talks the head of the opposition democratic party says he's ready to govern with the 5 star movement we call it in getting the says his party will accept the 5 star can that it is a welcome thing the prime minister once again italian president said of him at that island has summoned the outgoing call there for a meeting on thursday morning signaling he is likely to receive a mandate to try and form
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a government. yemen's un recognized government says it is now in control of aden after a brief offensive against u.a.e. backed southern separatists it recaptured the port city from the separatist forces 2 weeks after it lost control of it the tory again before ports the 2. 2 yemeni forces loyal to the internationally recognized government of president abbot rabin mansel heidi celebrate victory natans presidential palace. in a sudden offensive lasting just a few hours saudi backed government forces recaptured control of the city from the u.a.e. backed separatist fight is the government's offensive started on cheese day in yemen's east in abyan province by wednesday mooning its forces were on the outskirts of aden load as they retook the airport and push towards the
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center of the city it's reported they faced little resistance from the separatist fighters that's led some to conclude a deal with dom between saudi arabia and the u.a.e. ahead of a possible negotiation to end the war it's a mere cheap tactic immoral cheap tactic by the legitimate government who is. using sleeper cells to activate them and to to cause chaos in the city all in. 4 or negotiations. separatists from the southern transitional council are part of the saudi u.a.e. coalition that's fighting against these bought in a dramatic twist 2 weeks ago they took over the city of aden the seat of the saudi backed yemeni government some of the separatist fighters are refusing to surrender the government's own civilians to avoid military camps and areas where the spiting
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. this morning at least 6000000000 were evacuated areas of the clashes but again this. area we do expect the most of the crowd to be simply because of the random shooting and random but partly that's happening in. yemen has not always been one country north and south yemen came together in 1990 after years of conflict but it's not been an easy union and the war is deepening the divide. is there. for some a hand the editor of the international interest magazine says the war in yemen has reached a stalemate until the u.n. decides that a national dialogue by all the parties that was agreed upon that broadhead this government which is then reneged on with weapons and seize the capital until the u.n. believes that democracy is worth fighting for it's worth sending troops it's worth ousting the movies and force it into agreement then we'll have
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a free for all in yemen and the strongest will win this it's a stalemate yemen is renowned abdul nasser went into yemen in the fifty's and sixty's the egyptian army at the time was the most powerful in the region they were defeated hated this will turn into 1009 he wanted to show off to become king his father was a crown prince at the time the whole thing is annihilated him in the in northern yemen no one goes into yemen to fight it because they know that the yemeni tribes who fees in the history that i had with qatar saudi iran and the u.a.e. it's incredible they always there are like the alliance is always shifting yemen is a quagmire saudi didn't want to get involved in the 1st place the u.a.e. saw an opportunity to take control of the ports iran is using yemen just to poke saudi they're not really interested in taking over yemen either and who is believe finally our time has come from the 60s we've been fighting to try to become the main power this is our golden chance and the sudden separatists say.


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