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different agendas because the national dialogue that brought everybody together for the 1st time is not being supported by the un this is why we have a free for all and this is why until the u.n. a justice approach yemen will continue to be a stalemate. really as prime minister says the country will support the rights of a citizen arrested in china despite being told by beijing not to interfere running to young. did of spying former chinese diplomat has been detained since january and was a stray be an officials described as harsh conditions will stand up for a citizen that will will expect him to be treated appropriately and his human rights to be respected is their own justice process that they'll follow in china and that's appropriate but the suggestions that he's acted as a spy for australia are absolutely untrue and and will be that will be protecting and seeking to support our citizens as we have been doing now for some period of time we've got no apologies for standing up for one of our citizens. coming up
after the way the. airline cathay pacific is denounced for firing employees who joined and to rally. also once lost ground black and where inside the amazon a huge parts of the. head of that mostly characterise much of the middle east however there has been some cloud showing up into more southern sections of pakistan these those monsoon rains we could see some a shop thunderstorms as we go through thursday it could of course leave some localized flooding elsewhere it's fairly dry and still very hot in baghdad again for the next couple of days and by friday we could also see some working their way across areas of georgia armenia and eventually pushing on into. pretty nice and
back with a high of 24 degrees celsius further to the south the temperatures are high but also we've got a fairly high level of humidity through much of the city so doha fairly warm in the 40 celsius shown here and then as we head off into friday time to really staying about the same quite a bit of cloud into the southern sections of the saudi arabia and pushing up into the northeast of oman said maybe a mix of cloud into moscow but even so feeling pretty good with a high of 32 degrees celsius southern africa it is mostly clear that we've got place guys through much of madagascar across into mozambique where we have got the cloud is around the cape 15 degrees in capetown on thursday and you'll see it sliding up the eastern side so durban maybe without clouds certainly by friday meanwhile in johannesburg temperatures well above the average $28.00 which is 8 degrees above.
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leaves his opponents very little time to push through legislation preventing bukhari from crashing out of the e.u. without a deal. italy's prime minister just epic on time may keep his job after a breakthrough in coalition talks the head of the opposition democratic party says he's ready to pull rivalries aside and govern with the 5 star movement conto resigned a week ago. at least 13 people have been killed 30 others wounded in model to northwestern syria during airstrikes in civilian areas a the agencies say hospitals and clinics turned to rubble. more now on the suspension of the u.k. parliament or take the prime minister barak's johnson isn't doing anything that on usual see parliament is often shut down before a queen's speech during which the monaco outlines a new government's priority. yes now mr johnson took over as prime minister in july
and he says a fresh program is long overdue critics though point to the timing they say johnson is trying to prevent politicians from passing legislation which would stop britain from the leaving the e.u. on october the 31st with the deal it's unclear if the suspension can be halted it's being challenged in court and they'll be efforts to stop it in parliament opposition parties may also try to bring down the government in a no confidence vote john johnson from the web site politics home says the prime minister's gamble could well backfire if it's angered too many of his party's m.p.'s. well initially the numbers for it voted no confidence looked quite difficult because the kind of following procedure we we we couldn't seem to get any answers on whether they would support the possibility of jeremy corbyn the labor leader leading a caretaker government this was the plan he would lead
a caretaker government extend the article 50 process especially pushing the brakes it deadline further away and calling a general election but there has been a significant amount of anger from proto main conservative m.p.'s today at this action by boris johnson so it seems very likely now that there would be enough of them who would be potentially willing to vote to bring down their own government. hamas security forces are said to be arresting large numbers of suspected eisel fighters and their sympathizers in gaza it's in response to a double bombing on tuesday that killed 3 policeman from gaza our forces reports. at a cemetery northeast of gaza city 2 hamas policeman killed in tuesday night's attacks brought for burial in all 3 policemen were killed in 2 separate blasts hamas says garza police chief was here to mourn his men and promised a strong reaction here and they're going to look we heard made arrests and we are investigating people to assure good to anyone who could be responsible for the
attacks but things are under control and the security status is good daily life is better to do horrible. garza's interior ministry says 2 suicide bombers carried out the coordinated attacks on 2 checkpoints 2 policemen were killed in a bystander injured in the 1st explosion the 3rd policeman died in the 2nd blast minutes later. by day police were back on duty with their colleagues who died reinforcements stationed on streets throughout the city hamas announcing a general alert for all the instability and violence the people of gaza have had to get used to in recent years these attacks are still sent a ripple of shock around the territory targeting the very. institution that is supposed to provide internal security and right here in the heart of gaza city. the attacks are widely believed here to be the work of salafi groups with links to eisele in 2016 hamas agreed to help egypt in its fight against eisel fighters in
the sinai peninsula restricting the movement across the egypt gaza border they believe as we see further security coordination and cooperation between have our security services and egyptian security apparatuses it seems to me that we see further tension between how the us and i so further bloodshed between have. as we so saw it last night i don't think this is going to be the last incident this month has already seen increased instability with rockets fired into israel attempts by armed men to breach the border fence israeli airstrikes and artillery fire targeting guards are now a source of internal instability has been made fatally clear how mass is insisting it will maintain security and punish those behind the attacks are a force it out to syria gaza hong kong police are being accused of sexually abusing female protesters during recent demonstrations people wore black clothing during
a sit in on wednesday to support both have been victims one woman described being strip searched on necessarily by male officers another said her skirt was the officers carried her away. elsewhere in hong kong hundreds of protesters turned their anger towards cathay pacific they say the airline's decision to fire 20 of its staff for taking part in antigovernment protests has created a climate of fear when higher reports from hong kong. it's a sensitive time in hong kong and being seen at a protest could cost you your job. the focus of this small rally was cathay pacific the airline is the most high profile case of what these people believe is increasing interference by china in hong kong workplaces reckless and it's now facing from its from the from the china now the man hong kong government on that they can't even express them on the field in their own social media and have.
several cathay pacific employees have been fired for making social media posts in support of the anti-government protests all for attending rallies cathay pacific is a publicly listed company but one of its major shareholders is it china which is owned by the chinese government's some staff have resigned from the company in protest like politician and pilot jeremy tam this kind of you know interference from the beijing government just changing completely and everybody fear of you know being put under the spotlight it's not just cathay pacific that's coming under pressure from beijing there's a wider atmosphere creeping into the hong kong corporate world that if you want to continue doing business with china then you should distance yourself and your star from the protests last week it was the turn of accountants to take to the streets to reject interference from beijing staff from major firms like deloitte had
earlier taken out a newspaper ad criticizing their companies for ignoring hong kong people and the reasons for the protests after pressure from beijing the companies released statements distancing themselves from the air cathay pacific declined al-jazeera as requests for an interview but the reason given for the action against staff is security chinese aviation or 30 say they won't allow cathay flights. wintered there is space if operated by anyone who has participated in or supported protests the fact that kathy's aircraft. don't need to flying to china in space china's title asked them to live. as wow far as we are concerned we totally support the freedom of. freedom of opinion continues to be expressed on the streets but in the workplace it's becoming increasingly difficult when hey al-jazeera hong kong
. now reports is raising more questions about the brazilian government's management of the amazon reuters news agency says funding for the prevention and control of fires has dropped by almost a quarter since president gerald scenario took power he says he'll only accept international aid to help fight the record fires if brazil can control the money. there have been tens of thousands of fires this year 85 percent increase on 2018 throws a bow went to see the aftermath of one fire the states of matter grow so. these are the images brazil's president. does not want you to see. he says the fires that have been affecting the amazonia region happened in their forested areas but this place proves him wrong. father. part. of
my little. 1000. the problem now is that 11 percent of it has been devastated by the fire but the government has banned members of brazil's environmental agency from talking to the press or grand them access to locations like this one. has been living here for over 30 years he says this is the 1st time this area has been affected by fire. i don't know why but there are branches nearby maybe the fire came from the air what's behind it is the attempt by a group business to grow soya bean it's very sad because this place is filled with life they want to turn the forest into money you no matter what gets in the way many you fear the precedent words when he insists he wants to open up the amazons for business this area is known as the doorstep of amazonian the whole region includes 7 states in brazil the fires are still ongoing i'm not sure if you can see
there's some smoke right over there been a little muddy morn has been studying the rain forest for years he says amazonia needs to be protected this free like this. this size trunk we have tons of carbon dioxide is storage into these trees this act as a few tearing of excessive carbon dioxide from the atmosphere is eminent for us can. compensate all the emissions of latin america the man says brazil's culture of death arrest in the region needs to change because we have a disco to slosh i'm born to create new year areas for agriculture pastures to produce meat and to produce so i've been discovered sure we have to change this culture because slash and burn is
a very primitive form to use the land each time the forest burns it loses its capacity to absorb the carbon dioxide blamed for global warming thousands of actors of forest have already been devastated for now it seems the force of nature will endure the question is for how long did he said war as just feeder shaped by the only more days brazil climate activists grettir thornburg has been greeted by well wishers as she arrived in new york harbor the 16 year old sold across the atlantic in an emissions free yachts from britain she's attending a un climate summit next month she'll join world leaders to present plans to reduce greenhouse gases. gap between rich and poor people in the united states can be as great as. it was not just limited.
to 100 reports from chicago. in america where you live can determine how long you live if you give anything in a blink. yeah i can consume you sometimes hard problems. to some extent the lifespan gap between rich and poor exists everywhere but when new york university medical center studied the us the biggest disparity was here in chicago that gap is surprisingly wide even where the distance is short on the north side among the gleaming high rises of the city's streeterville neighborhood the average lifespan is 90 years 15 kilometers away in impoverished englewood it's 60 that is larry richards age you know in englewood you beat the odds right all my life and money which leads to better health care or no health care least a better food better diet and rich people are just more aware of their bodies than
poor people or they care more about others and they can afford the health care exactly in streeterville residents have easy access to medical care a healthy food and a safe place to exercise here you can essentially buy a longer life because here is segregation in poverty go hand in hand people in the south have been hit by. all the ills here society. off the charts a lot of depress you have. running rampant on. some blame access to health care some blame a lack of healthy foods but researchers say the biggest cause of shorter life spans stress has what they call a weathering effect chronic disease sets in earlier. people have a rough life and pushed around their old life and are being bullied their whole life and so what you get is a physiological reaction to being in some ways
a victim of a lot of the social distribution of status in our society and there is a element of class to this and there's an element of caste meaning rates is long as that divide remains researchers say so will a lifespan gap john hendren al-jazeera chicago now just in peru have discovered a grave containing the bodies of almost 230 sacrificed children the science was found near a beach side town north of lima it's believed the children aged between 4 and 14 were killed in a ritual to honor the cultures gods more than 500 years ago. and let's take you through some of the headlines here on al-jazeera now the u.k.'s prime minister barak's johnson has moved to suspend parliament until the middle of
october or this leaves his political opponents very little time to blunt the threat of a no deal. 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 as a certain party membership to ride roughshod over parliament and prevent any legislation or debate that would stop this country leaving we you with that deal and all the problems that it would cause he seems to want to run headlong into the ultra donald trump. more determination saying this is extra. now italian prime minister just pick on time may keep his job after a breakthrough in coalition talks the head of the opposition democratic party says he's ready to pull rivalries aside and govern with the 5 star movement whose candidate is content he resigned a week ago after 5 stars previous coalition partner the right wing league r.t. withdrew its support at least 13 people have been killed and 30 others injured in
moderate or normal in the northwestern syria during airstrikes on civilian areas aid agencies have been unable to access the area they say hospitals and clinics have been turned to rubble in yemen saudi jets have bombed the residential area in the vicinity of sana'a international airport followed an attack by who the rebels on an airport in the saudi city of earlier on wednesday those who say they fired a cruise missile at the airports hangars they've launched several drone and missile attacks on saudi arabia. as prime minister says the country will support the rights of a citizen arrested in china despite being told by very do not to interfere for i think gang julian is suspected of spying the former chinese diplomat has been detained since january. climate activists kreta from berg was greeted by well wishers as she arrived in new york harbor a 16 year old sailed across the atlantic in an emissions free yacht from britain.
well those are your headlines the news continues here on to syria after witness. 67 were. promised for one people. but disaster another. the pledge to the establishment of the jewish homeland at the expense of the palestinians. the story of the british declaration that changed the middle east for seeds of discord on al-jazeera.
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