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by the mexican people for seventy five years is being sold to private international companies. with the country's agricultural sector it's exposed to exploitation by profit driven multinational corporations crude harvest at this time on al jazeera. suicide bombers launched a rare attack in southern iraq killing at least sixty at a checkpoint and restaurant. hello again. this is al jazeera live from london coming up
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a fire kills twenty three out of a nation boarding school most of them teenagers traps in their dormitory. north korea and iran dominate the agenda at a meeting between the u.s. secretary of state and his british counterparts in london. and the spacecraft cassini sends back its last images of the solar system as it has to go out in a blaze of glory. and i would begin in iraq or at least sixty people have been killed in a suicide attack in the south of the country the attackers targeted a restaurant at a police checkpoint near the city of nasiriyah at least ninety others were injured . there were four buses of iranian pilgrims the gunmen boarded the buses and sprayed those inside with bullets others in pickup trucks drove by and fired on people then they walked into the restaurant and opened fire on people inside the
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young the old they spared no one everyone was killed or meanwhile the future of a united iraq is looking ever more uncertain as tensions continue over a controversial referendum on kurdish independence the iraqi parliament has voted to remove the governor of kirkuk from office after the province voted to take part in the september the twenty fifth referendum iraq's prime minister has been authorized by parliament to quote to take all measures to preserve national unity. there is a man card is in a bill and has more on the day's events in iraq. southern iraq has been spared much of the violence that the rest of the country has seemed to in the west and in the north and now this attack took place just after lunchtime gunmen attacked the fun the checkpoint which leads into southern iraq and then two suicide car bombs exploded outside a restaurant full of taurus the death toll currently stands at fifty we are expecting that to rise the ministry said there are
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a number of people with very serious injuries now sudden iraq as i say has been spared much of the violence and i still have claimed responsibility for this particular attack now they do claim responsibility for a number attacks not just here but abroad as well but it is likely to be an isolated attack this is a message really from the group saying that you may have beaten us into law for in mosul you may have surrounded us in whole region the last remaining stronghold but we all still able to attack you in places that you wouldn't expect so now that's a real challenge for the iraqis do they move troops to the south or do they continue their battle up in and trying to take them out there now whilst all of this is going on the still political machinations occurring here in erbil in the last few hours brett mcgurk the special representative to the the u.s. special representative to the anti eisel coalition has been speaking he's been speaking about the referendum for the kurdish independence which is due to take place on the twenty fifth of september he says that they don't want the referendum
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to go ahead and he's presented a plan from the u.k. the u.s. and the u.n. to president was on it is only really one country in the world that wants to see this referendum go ahead it's israel everybody else would like to see this referendum be postponed they say it's bad for the region stability. the u.n. children's fund is calling for new fire safety procedures to be established and enforced in all malaysian schools after twenty three people including twenty one teenage boys died in a blaze at an islamic boarding school in the capital. reports. it took more than an hour for firefighters to put out the flames at the. school in kuala lumpur by then many people mainly teenage boys had lost their lives. such as. we can see from a certain angle their hands waving out for help we had no choice but to ask them to
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jump out and we tried to catch them we did try to enter the house but the fire was too hot until certain point there was a blackout when that happened things started falling apart we withdrew after that the fire started near the dormitory on the top floor first thing in the morning and quickly ripped through the entire building. the interior of the building is one hundred percent destroyed the mattresses books and all other things in the room were damaged but the cause of the fire is still unclear we're still investigating it would have been difficult for the boys to escape as the rooms had barred windows and the fire blocked the only exit i could think. through the window we dismantled the windows group opened the window and. we force a window grill open at that time we couldn't think much. a fire department representative says their bodies were found on top of one another suggesting there was a stampede to try and get out the fire chief says the school should have had two fire escapes but it appears the building codes were not properly followed the initial
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investigation done by all. issued by local government and by departments across investigation. i know. that. a community religious leader led prayers for the students who described the boys as cheerful when they held religious events in the community a happy group many of whom have now lost their lives under tragic circumstances. and al-jazeera. to a more range of muslims have died making the crossing from minimal to bangladesh bringing the number who drowned since the start of the crisis to eighty eight maybe abdul
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masood was one of those who drowned when the wooden boat he was on a capsized on africa almost four hundred thousand minority ranger have fled me and all since the military launched a crackdown three weeks ago after a hinge of fighters attacked a number of police posts. hugh many theran assistance in bangladesh has traditionally been quite complex and the government has. preferred to certain choices in terms of which agencies are presence on the ground and so forth this was before they speak emergency i think that now that the emergency requires a very urgent response his presence could be scaled up very quickly we've had already an airlift of goods from the emirates other organizations are also sending goods and i think that we're going to see we're going to emerge into very quickly and i'll just have a challenger a has more from cox's bazaar along bangladesh. international
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. very still. trying to cross the border into bangladesh. trying to cross in a mine explosion things are still very volatile in the. u.k. foreign secretary says leader aung sun suu chain needs to do more to help the him. nobody wants to see a return to military. in. nobody wants to see a return of the general body to. the civilian government and that is. as i say i have
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a great to be vibration but it is vital. to make clear this is an abomination and the. people will be allowed back. well boris johnson made those comments at a press conference with his u.s. counterpart rex tillerson in london north korea and iran dominated the agenda at their talks as town hall reports but a busy day of diplomacy here in london the u.s. secretary of state rex tillerson in town and strong words on both iran and north korea talks began early in the morning with a visit to ten downing street to resume a the prime minister affirming the ukase belief in the importance of the nuclear deal that iran struck with world powers as the best way of assuring that iran does not achieve nuclear weapons while rex tillerson in a press conference later was a little more circumspect about that he said that the nuclear deal was still under review by the trumpet ministration that you had to take into account the totality
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of threats posed by iran in terms of its adherence to the full spirit of that deal and that as long as for instance it continued to support bashar assad in syria will that make give rise to questions about its head here and to the spirit of the deal this is what boris johnson the u.k. foreign secretary had to say about that. the iranians have got to behave and fulfill their side of the bargain and they've got to stop being a venturesome expansionist and causing trouble in the region whether it's in yemen or syria or anywhere else and on north korea the talk was about boosting pressure on pyongyang following on from those un security council sanctions the eight set of sanctions imposed on the country the strongest sanctions ever imposed on any country according to boris johnson how to implement them importantly how to bring china in to encourage china to do more there was none of the fire and fury rhetoric
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that we've heard from the trumpet ministration in the past this was a whole towards engagement towards dialogue. along with representatives from france we had a very substantial meeting to discuss how to increase that diplomatic and economic pressure on the d.p. r. k. and and also how we can work together to relate messages to the regime in north korea that we need to stand down your program and engage in dialogue to find a way to a peaceful resolution. u.s. president donald trump has denied reports of a deal to protect undocumented young immigrants known as dream as democrats announced an agreement had been reached which would have protected nearly eight hundred thousand young immigrants under a program the president of the to scrap a white house correspondent kelly how could how small. confusion at the white house again what started out as president trump's attempt to make a bipartisan deal with congressional democrats has devolved into finger pointing
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about who said what to whom hoping to bridge the ideological gap with a compromise they arrived at the white house of wednesday evening democratic house leaders now see palosi and senate leader chuck schumer a short time later they heralded a landmark deal they've made with the republican president to create a law allowing more than eight hundred thousand children of illegal immigrants to stay in the united states or did they the next morning on twitter donald trump said from his point of view there was no deal on the program known as dhaka. then a few hours later before leaving washington to inspect hurricane damage in florida donald trump changed his mind he claimed he agreed to dhaka but only if there is funding for border security and a wall with mexico in the future he robbed three hundred thousand young people brought here don't fall for the wrong the wall will come later landing in florida
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after a short flight from washington then put that deal in further doubt he insisted an agreement with democrats must include funding to build a border wall a key campaign pledge no timidly we have to have a wall if we don't have a war we're doing nothing hard right conservatives are furious accusing tromp of granting amnesty establishment republicans seem equally irritated reminding the president any deal he makes on legislation must involve a. publicans currently holding a majority in the us congress i think the president stands and he's going to work with the congressional majority to get any kind of legislation the president shifting positions and erratic approach to policy has only complicated matters it is heart of hearts trump may not know exactly what he is and he's sort of ideologically flexible and i think he just sort of goes for the saying that he thinks can basically get him the best headlines and the most credit that's why any
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deal on doctor remains in doubt but this time it may not be the president's democratic political adversaries holding up any agreement but instead members of the president's own republican party can really help get al-jazeera washington. president travis made his third visit to her can damage florida in less than three weeks the president first lady and vice president handed out food to people living in a mobile home community being affected by the hurrican more than one hundred nursing home residents are now being relocated and. it follows the deaths of eight people at a rehabilitation center on wednesday after it's lost power. still has so on the program only allows palestinians to this land in the occupied west bank a few times a year. and farmers in argentina own hired as heavy spring rainfall threatens the country's most lucrative export crops.
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welcome back on to some fairly chilly air across parts of australia as the winds continue to come in from the southwest much of the country those looking fine under this area of high pressure so look at the forecast fine conditions in our springs but again melbourne it's quite windy some showers coming through sydney temperatures way way lower than they have been at twenty one when they have been up into the low thirty's as we had on through into saturday melbourne stuck at twelve meanwhile across western australia it's looking rather too fine for perth there with a maximum of twenty two across into new zealand the rain keeps on coming some really heavy rain across the south on uncertain through much of friday that frontal system then will help topple across the north lawn and during the course of friday night into saturday but by saturday we should find that rain begins
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a clear way and the winds begin to ease somewhat though still plenty of showers around the south island up into northeastern parts of asia and here we are waiting for the arrival of typhoon time towards the southern islands of japan you just see on the edge of your screen there as we head into the weekend starts to push further up across the region into southern japan so a socket will see it later on saturday more central northern areas dry and the fine in sapporo with highs of twenty. the philippines is asia's largest catholic priests are treated like guards but the church has a dark secret investigates sexual misconduct inside the most powerful institution in the philippines at this time and al jazeera. is a very important source of information for many people around the world all the cameras are gone i'm still here go into areas that nobody else is going to people
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that nobody else is talking to and bringing that story to the forefront. again at the top stories on al-jazeera at least sixty people have been killed in two suicide attacks in southern iraq a restaurant out of police checkpoint near nasiriya were targeted. twenty three people including twenty one teenage boys have died in a fire at an islamic boarding school in the malaysian capital kuala lumpur. and a baby was among two more to have died making the crossing from a to bangladesh
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bringing the number who drowned since the start of the crisis to. bring you a developing story right now we're just learning that north korea has fired an unidentified missile from the capital ran in direction that's according to south korea's military that needs just coming into us in the last few minutes north korea . towards the east that's according to the military in south korea as we get it. brazilian president michelle turner is facing further corruption charges he's accused of taking bribes in exchange for political favors but denies any wrongdoing the lower house of congress will now vote on whether tamar will face trial to raise a bow has more from when desirous. well brazilian president michelle very matter is now being accused of leading a criminal organization in congress of obstruction of justice prosecutor general over that you're not who's leaving office later this week is using
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a plea bargain by an intern and two printer with close link with politicians to press formal charges against the press and the federal police believe that ken merrick every sieved millions of dollars in kickbacks from companies in exchange of favors this is the second time that prosecutor general general tries to prosecute the the president last august he failed to get congressional approval to get ten men are on trial apparently tema distributed around a billion dollars in funds to fund projects by congressmen in order to ensure their votes so what will happen now probably something very similar with support from the supreme court congress will have to decide again whether the president can stand trial or not and probably something similar will happen once again because results economy is slowly recovering and many in the country do not want to change presidents right now especially when there is elections next year and also many of
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those who vaulting congress are being investigated themselves corruption has touched all sectors of brazilian society some of the country's most powerful politicians and businessmen are either imprisoned or being investigated on wednesday former president lula da silva had to appear in court he's already been accused and sentenced in one case to nine years in prison and he's currently appealing saying that he's a victim of political persecution because he's a key candidate for elections next year let's turn now to that developing story out of north korea because we're hearing that north korea has fired a missile an unidentified missile from pyongyang towards the east this is according to the south korean military let's speak to our correspondent andrew thomas he's on the phone line now from the south korean capital seoul this just happen in the last half hour or so what do you know. well little at the moment spitz about
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just over. an hour ago i called it up a few minutes ago now the scepter military saying a missile was fired at the site from the camp to pyongyang towards the east we don't know yet what type of missile this was we don't know how far it flew there are some reports on social media and in the japanese media that the missiles flew again over japan over her car. if that's confirmed then that would be of course the second missile test that has gone over japanese space and it's pretty controversial in the past anyway controversial but i would just kind of call it that much more provocative we were expecting north korea to test something either a missile as it seems to or another nuclear test in the launch of the un sanctions passed by the beginning of the week the north korean regime kim jong un made it clear that those sanctions would have no impact on his ambitions to develop nukes and so he was essentially promising more testing and we were expecting testing and
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it looks as though that's exactly what's happened at the site we don't yet know the type of missile we don't know how far it flew we haven't had much analysis in that sense but it does say that this is yet more provocation from north korea albeit a provocation that we're going to hear was fully expected yeah just just hearing from your team there in seoul and three that south korea's presidential office says it's convening a national security council meeting for about forty five minutes time yeah that's right it's just going to seven in the morning local time here on friday they can be not meeting but i do clock local time and so zero zero g.m.t. we should know more the resolution of that meeting they normally come out to give some sort of statement in the hours are a meeting like that but obviously they only can be in those meetings when that something very serious and will be it is expected another test from north korea and we'll just have to see what the reaction is now from south korea from japan in the
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course from donald trump and the u.s. administration he said all minutes late at the beginning of the week of the sanctions and he did not go far enough so far short of quote what will ultimately have to happen for the deficit that we don't know what that means have presumably is one single test they want this to judge his next days and his team there in a soul will be keeping an eye on that developing story out of north korea the missile being fired from north korea from pyongyang towards the east that morning in the coming hours. an inquiry has opened in london into why so many people died in an apartment block fire at least eighty people were killed when grenfell tower caught fire in june the inquiry will look into why the flames spread so quickly but also look at the actions of the authorities both before and after the fire. we are acutely aware not only so many people died or were injured in the fire. but the
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many of those who survived have been severely effected by their experiences we also conscious that many have lost everything and even are dependent on others for many of their daily needs the inquiry cannot undo any of that but it can and will provide answers to the pressing questions of how our designs through this kind could occur in twenty first century london and thereby i hope provide a small measure of solace three women have filed a lawsuit against google accusing the company of discrimination against female employees if a post class action was filed at a san francisco court on thursday the former employees say that google pays women less than men who perform similar work and assigns to flooding affected the staffs
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of the seas. as palestinian land owners prepare to take court action to halt the construction of the new jewish settlements in the occupied west bank farmers are being given a temporary reprieve the bailout backs a land that was previously blocked by security forces thought abdulhamid has more from ramallah. it's a bittersweet day mahmoudi brahimi has finally been given permission to access his land but only under the watchful eye of an israeli soldier there are two outposts nearby and settlers have often had listing in farmers israel solution was to close access to large parts of land today legal owners meaning palestinians unless with prior coordination this means that people such as mahmoud can only work on their land a few days a year well that we usually plant wheat by early january but we're only given permission by the end of february the week did not come out strong and we can harvest in time i'm gutted especially when i see the sutler's farming my land is
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here and the settlers are on top of the hill and they're always working pinches me in the heart the brain family owned about eight square kilometers just thirty years ago about ninety percent was confiscated by israel and this ignited a state this is on which plot of land and where is to be taken away from their legal owners is made by the civil administration basically the occupation headquarters here in the west bank now any land that is the not cultivated enough is confiscated under the pretext of security but then reality it's allocated to settlers there now a hundred and fifty seven jewish settlements and one hundred more of outposts both illegal under international law of idea is very simple is basically trying. to stay in the community who was going to make sure but they would be divided one one from each other. in order to rule the palestinian population. to.
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this area of the west. indicates of the abraham's family the blue areas on this map are due once declared a state land the green areas are ones that have been taken illegally even according to israeli law and allocated to settlers. including the latest settlement construction given to go ahead by israel's prime minister netanyahu from the rooftop mahmoud can see the bulldozers digging his land taken away without compensation land grabs and settlement building are demain stumbling blocks to the peace process and as the palestinians. place we pay the price. in their. impunity to continue its land theft and this is the structure of the palestinian state their brains now have
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a small amount of land left mostly out of their reach their own one thousand five hundred olive trees. will be ripe but mahmoud doesn't know if he will be able to reach them in time. in the occupied west bank after spending twenty years exploring sasson and its seine space mission is coming to an end nasa is preparing to destroy the spacecraft by sending it plunging into saturn's atmosphere but a smith reports. to. the same spacecraft it took me seven years flying through space to reach saturn as it settled into war but around the ringed planet cassini launched the horgan's lander onto the surface of titan suddens biggest move over thirteen years the mission has sent back spectacular images from the other side of the solar system it will feel in some sense like a family you know something you've devoted your life to for twenty seven years and
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then it will be gone. but certainly i will feel triumphant because it has been present and profoundly successful exploration and i'm so proud of part of it. covered in snow and ice this is another sutton moon and salad us it has powerful ice blasting gazes and here scientists believe there's water and so a chance to look for traces of life and on titan cassini revealed a climate similar to primordial earth it's why cassini can land on saturn it may still carry microbes some earth but could affect an alien ecosystem because of the importance of in solid us that cassini has shown us and of titan another potential world that could be habitable for life for apps not like we know
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it but perhaps completely different than ours we had to make decisions on how to dispose of the spacecraft. and that led us inevitably to the plan of taking cassini and plunging it into saturn. so after the last of twenty two farewell dives between saturn's rings and surface because seaney will fly into the planet's burning atmosphere. bernard smith al-jazeera. more than one hundred girls who were kidnapped by boko haram fighters in nigeria and twenty fourteen due to be reunited with their family. girls have been in state care since they were released in may a finally returned home on friday and are now celebrating their freedom. schoolgirls are still being held by her around. symbolic way is bringing
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a new voter register ahead of next year's presidential and parliamentary elections biometric technology will be used for the first time some people say it will increase the chances of vote rigging reports from harare. president robert mugabe's fingerprints and personal details are captured and stored using biometric voter registration equipment the commission is compiling a new virtual using the new technology the old manually compiled register dating back to one nine hundred eighty will not be used next year is the first time by major technology is being used to register voters. despite having less than a quarter bridges needed the literal commission says it plans to register nearly
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seven million people by january we have. been trained. in this district he says but gabriel is get tical he says registering seven million people in four months is. just a. way of this because no one is actually. the ground to do educate. even the television. much some first time voters hope the new technology will reduce ford. know that. technology is going to. miss understanding's the presidential and parliamentary elections are next year in the past opposition leaders of the. party are manipulating the. prism of the accusation he said repeating the
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rate and election no system anyway in the world is perfect for millions preparing to register the credibility of the new voters role could help avoid another disputed election. al-jazeera. kenyan police have fired tear gas at men trying to break into a hotel to attack women attending an election meeting local media reports suggest the incident happened following allegations of vote by the city is an opposition stronghold and most voters there are expected to support. against the incumbent her kenyatta in a rerun of presidential election on october seventeenth.


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