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that alan for the stickball and this is al jazeera live from london also coming up saudi arabia says it will reopen some of yemen's ports allowing much needed aid deliveries to resume but the main a bridge is still closed plus. the . philippine president serenades his u.s. counterparts but outside the atmosphere is less home i.v.s. . could meets a groan in a laborde treaty possibly also to rising call that emissions. at least four hundred people have been killed and more than six thousand injured by a powerful earthquake that has. struck iran and iraq the u.s.
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geological survey puts the epi center on the border between iran and iraq semi autonomous kurdish region most of the deaths they fall in iran's mountainous come and show province the worst hit town appears to be samples a hog on the iraqis died there are reports of extensive damage in the nearby town de bondy car in my car reports from baghdad. first responders quickly deal with the wounded in western iran a seven point three magnitude earthquake bringing scores of the injured through hospital doors. i fell from the balcony it was so fast pieces of glass fell on me and hurt my hand. you arrivals from remote towns swell the hospital to capacity the injured continue in ever increasing number as more people are found in the rubble the death toll rises to the earthquake was centered on the iraq iran border near the iraqi town of halabja striking at nine eighteen p.m.
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local time the u.s. geological survey immediately issued an orange alert saying deaths and damage should be expected then came the first reports of fatalities on the iranian side of the border in the town of consolation in people use their phones to record the devastation early reports suggest eight villages have been damaged by daybreak an estimated seventy thousand people were displaced the iranian authorities quickly moved in field hospitals and emergency equipment the country has a history of dealing with earthquakes iran is one of the most seismically active countries in the world several major fault lines across the country and in two thousand and three a six point six magnitude earthquake flattened the historic city of bam twenty six thousand people died all the earthquakes are common in iran and here in iraq they're much less common and that's led to a lot of concern from ordinary people who here in baghdad for example experience an earthquake for the very first time. buildings swayed from left to right came to
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a standstill so there was a real concern up in the kurdish reason we also saw the homes being evacuated however the real damage is the real concern is on the iranian side of the border people have been sleeping on the streets and it's likely they'll spend another night out in the streets of another earthquake how does their baghdad. correspondent i mean a handy is on the iran iraq border and sent us this update. that we are here in the area. in the southwest of. it seems that this recent earthquake that hit this area last night has caused serious damage to the here in the body and bridge of these there are visible large cracks and the manager. said. that the initial estimates show large damage is caused to the external face and body of the day however he
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said that assessing the damage internally would require sensors and special equipment in order to make up the studies especially arrived from baghdad who are particularly concerned with. another came from below to. he also said that the special u.s. army who specialized in. there are about to arrive at any time in order to assist in assessing the volume of the damage and destruction that affected. the rocks which fell from the east mountains caused huge damage to the. surrounding properties and construction the tremor seems to have made the rocks fall from dismount is spread. in this area the manager
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said that the source for our work in that could be ordinary the other problem is the large number of civilians which so far amounted to eight people according to the iraqi ministry of health whereas the number of injured is more than five hundred seven of whom are from this area and the one from diyala which is in the south of this area. now a groups are preparing to send much needed aid supplies to yemen again after saudi arabia said it will start reopening the country's airports and seaports saudi arabia placed a blockade on yemen a week ago after hoofy rebels fired a missile at riyadh the first force to be reopened include aden mccollough and al maka which controlled by yemen's exiled government around eighty percent of yemen's
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food supplies enter through the port and had died out which is controlled by the rebels the saudi led coalition says it will stay closed until it's satisfied the who cannot use it to bring in weapons and as there is mohammed oh has more from the port of djibouti. up to four thousand tons of medical supplies as well as therapeutic food for yemen's children are stranded in djibouti aid it is operating from duty saying that they are in a race against time the last ones will have more this rupture in the provision of aid to the people of yemen specially at the time they need it more when they've been doing is instead of depending on the dolls and and cut off that they have been using for transport aid from here to yemen they're now using viggo ships to ensure that as much aid as possible gets to human however they still don't have the green
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light they do not know where they're going to take it the total led coalition has say they're going to open the portal and then on to other small holes in yemen it officials say they're not using those two smaller ports because of capacity and they say also taking aid meant more than yemen to add them in the south will only give them more logistical nightmares as they have to drive this through areas held by tribal militias and fighters and they're calling on the coalition to allow them to land the much needed aid in the port of the day there in the mall u.s. president donald trump is not his philippine counterpart at the ass and summit in manila relations between the two countries have been strained since rodriguez the tatay came to power he pledged to stand up to washington while fostering closer ties to russia and china it is just an island i can reports from manila to say and
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trying now to here to be developing a more cozy relationship. when he was sworn into office philippines president was very good at it just says the country will be cutting ties with the united states but now more than a year later and as chairman of the association of southeast asian nations critics say deterred to is now singing a different tune. over the years we are going to you know. he promised to pursue an independent foreign policy veering away from the u.s. while building closer relations with china and russia those who want supported him now say deter the strong man image isn't quite what it. really shows the kind of relationship there is between him and trump but with the philippines and the united
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states it's a neo colonial relations all of many is for a truly independent foreign policy independent from the dictates of the united states of america it's donald trump's first trip to the philippines since he took office security experts say top of his agenda are the growing tensions in the korean peninsula he'll also be meeting with leaders of as he and member states all our diplomatic ties with north korea but have unanimously condemned pyongyang's nuclear weapons program over the weekend three was aircraft carriers carried out joint exercises off the east coast of south korea during many here that the situation shows no sign of the escalating the south china sea dispute is also on the agenda together with the growing influence of isolating the region and the ruhi a crisis in me and mark the thirty and shop are meeting on the sidelines today a lateral discussion that is making many here nervous but trump says the two countries have a great relationship trump wants glossed over deterred to so-called war on drugs
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which has led to the deaths of more than ten thousand. filipinos. and far from the glittering r.c.n. protests continue in downtown manila. this been going on for more than thirty minutes now. slowing down protesters are chanting the word coup which means. philippine state forces together with. our stooges of the united states. more than two thousand people showed up and there is no shortage of zeal or anger. but the history between the two countries is so intertwined it will take more than a few protests to separate the united states from its former colony. i'm just here in manila. i was reporting that trump has been criticized for not addressing to
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turkey's controversial war on drugs. mcbride has more details. well both sides say this longer awaited bilateral meeting was a big success there's a dispute about exactly what transpired during their discussions and whether in fact the subject of human rights was brought up this is been a controversial issue with critics accusing the trumpet ministration of abandoning the traditional role of a u.s. president in bringing up human rights wherever they might be in the world and here in the philippines there is a big concern about the thousands of people who have died in this contre boy's virtual war on drugs and it was claimed by a white house spokesperson that briefly human rights was brought up by trump now that's been disputed by a spokes person for president deter take who says that yes while the drugs issue was raised a trumpet merely listened largely to the explanation from deter and seemed to agree
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or show sympathy towards the menace that the administration here is facing with the challenge from drugs but at no point they say did he raise any human rights objections south korea's military says north korean troops have shot and injured a fellow soldier as he tried to defect to the south it happened in the border village apartment john he's been taken to hospital in south korea. and still ahead on the program amnesty international condemns the syrian government. the tactics. competition set to rise for the first time in docking.
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pretty quiet now across southern parts of china still a chance of one of the far south west of the country hong kong she'll be fine and dry temperatures here at around twenty six degrees further north you might see want to two showers for a time up towards shanghai but i think they will be few and far between but just guys come back into hong kong as we go on through wednesday chance of wanted to showers towards high now and into the gulf of tonkin central i was a vietnam also seeing some rather wet weather as a way to continue to drive the way in as from the north east and that northeasterly wind also pushing a fair few showers into the southeastern corner of india plenty of cloud around here mostly see wanted to those showers creep in the way towards flag i think should be largely dry basically. just around the southern parts of the but dash welcome cloud just making its way towards northern plains of india spilling out of the north of pakistan and that could help to clear the air at least temporarily as we go on through wednesday meanwhile that wet weather will push east
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why right up that eastern side of some heavy downpours pushing right up towards additional towards west bengal and maybe also some wet weather also stretching its way into bangladesh elsewhere is dry. on counting the cost of princes purge what it means for the saudi economy how rich do you have to be to avoid paying taxes for for tougher laws after the paradise papers show how the world's wealthiest i'd bet money plus john his trump card counting the cost at this time. i really felt liberated as a journalist was. getting to the truth i was annoyed with that's what this job.
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and i began undermining two of the top stories on out is there a least four hundred people have been killed and more than six thousand injured by a powerful earthquake of new ground here on sunday. aid groups are preparing to send much needed supplies to yemen again after saudi arabia said it will start reopening the countries at ports and sea ports. and u.s. president donald trump says he has a great relationship with the philippine leader of the time to meeting him out of the stands on it and it's not clear if trying to raise the issue of human rights violations with him. i still fighters have recaptured the city of al book of how close to the border with iraq just a few days after the government and its allies took control of it it's thought i
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suffices have been hiding inside tunnels in the heart of the city which was i saw stronghold in cite syria. less strikes on a market in a rebel held town in northern syria are reported to have killed at least twenty one people the syrian observatory for human rights over three strikes hit the countryside town of. it's not yet clear who was responsible for the strikes. amnesty international says the syrian government surrender or starve tactics over the last five years constitute crimes against humanity the human rights group is calling for an end to what it calls a dark stain on the world's conscience report by amnesty says government forces surrounded and bomb densely populated opposition controlled areas thousands of civilians were given the ultimatum to abandon their homes or die he says farms and food supplies were burned hospitals destroyed and people deprived of medical care the report also condemned some armed opposition groups saying they restricted and
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blocked humanitarian help as well as the government sees asking for an independent body to investigate and prosecute those responsible or diagnose a man is the syrian research at amnesty international she says data in this new report was collected from more than one hundred thirty four displaced civilians. and cafe and four hour which is part of the fourth downs agreement we found that had a sham islamic movement and here at the head a sham formerly formerly known as robot and the surveyor i responsible of besieging the predominately shia villages and the countryside so civilians have described to was what i mean they're going through the same horrific experiences as other besieged areas besieged by the syrian government so these two are downs the armed groups have restricted any humanitarian access deprive them from food to city water and even shelled agricultural fields to prevent them from accessing the
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agricultural produce. oh and a solvent of a reports now from the turkish tell of gas this close to the border with syria and a warning you might find some images in his report disturbing. maybe so hard drew her last breath just over a month after she was born she weighed barely two kilos. malnutrition has killed a dozen other children in the older suburb of the syrian capital in the last few months doctors say the siege imposed by the syrian government has caused hundreds of children to suffer from moderate to severe malnutrition. this mother pleads to roads be opened and the siege to end she wants aid convoys to bring medicine not just food. similar cries for help are being made in other areas of syria amnesty international says the surrender or starve strategy which is for thousands of syrians from their homes is
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a crime against humanity we're going to half a million people continue to be besieged following the displacement of hundreds of thousands in the past year the u.n. to help end the siege for two hundred seventy five thousand people in the rebel held areas of aleppo city seventy five thousand were besieged in homs four thousand people were evacuated from the riaa and at least sixty five thousand were under siege in the four towns of my die as a danika for four. amnesty says the tactic of mass displacement by the assad regime using sieges in forced evacuations is not reconciliation. human rights campaign group urges world leaders to not just take the local cease fire agreements and face value but view them in the context of systemic violations of international law. syrians in besieged jerry years have been forced to leave their ancestral homes after months of hunger and bombardment for years they have been telling the world how they feel in the fact that. i left aleppo my town our fathers and grandfathers
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lived there this year militias came to raise their flags with the russian occupiers this is our country the whole world let us down. rights workers say there is ample evidence of restricting access to humanitarian medical aid as well as air and ground assault on hospitals and homes which amounts to war crimes this right repeated calls for action aid workers and many syrians are disappointed that all they have seen is in the action and excuses by the international community a treatment this is future generations will not forget. to. talk as president. is having talks with his counterpart vladimir putin in the russian city of sochi where the war in syria is expected to be high on the agenda it is the fourth meeting between the two leaders this year before flying to sochi and one dismissed suggestions by the u.s. and russia that there can be no military solution to the war in syria saying if
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that were true the two countries should pull their troops out. there as for a challenge joins us live now from the city of sochi roy they've already met what four times this year these two men why is this latest get together taking place. you know you can accuse them of ignoring each other can you they have met multiple times they've also spoken multiple times on the phone essentially they are trying to rebuild a relationship that has taken a battering in recent times two years really of turmel started when the turks shot down a russian warplane over the turkish syrian border pretty much exactly two years ago now following that's the russians put in place a whole host of restrictions embargoes etc on turkish goods and services and. citizen movements so they're trying to to rebuild that ns the comments from
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both men before they went into their meeting suggested that this is a relationship there is nearly back to how it was before they said that they're cooperating in numerous is that they are working together to settle the syrian war despite the fact that they both century back different sides in the conflict and that corporation there in regional matters will bode well for the future they talked about how trade is getting back to where it was before the crisis a couple of years ago and of course you got bubbling away in the backgrounds the fact that the turks are buying much to the chagrin of turkey's nato allies a very sophisticated piece of russian hardware the s four hundred missile defense system that the turks say is almost complete that that purchase so clearly the relationship between the two men has improved somewhat over the past two years but
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no one still not entirely happy with russia right now is a. yeah as you were saying in the introduction there he has a grumble really about what's just taken place between donald trump. and they released a joint statement on saturday where they were talking about syria and they said starts there is no military solution for the syrian crisis well one says he's trying to get his head around this statement because it doesn't really as he thinks . chime with reality if it is the case there is no military solution to the to the war then why he puts it do both russia and the united states have their militaries in syria they should have pulled him out by now he's also got other concerns there is what's going on in at the moment it's one of the most complicated battle spaces in syria where you have essentially the turkish backed free syrian army squished in together with much more hard line elements like al qaeda linked groups and the
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group also formerly known as. now the turks are trying to sort of split the elements of parts but the area still under bombardment from regime forces and the turks on happy about that the turks are also concerned about of course the perennial problem for them the kurds now russia has a fairly open dialogue and relationship with the white b.g. which turkey considers a terrorist group and turkey is essentially i think i have voiced concerns about that here at the police and residents in such a hurry and such a thank you. mammals army has replaced the general in charge of rakhine state where a military crackdown has seen more than half a million range of muslims driven from their homes is reported that major general moment so has not been offered a new position u.n. officials accuse the army of ethnic cleansing and mass rape in an operation launched in august six hundred miles away and to have fled across the border to
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bangladesh. and they are a singer and activist bob geldof has returned his freedom of the city of dublin award saying he doesn't want to share the honor with me i'm miles leader aung san suu kyi of sosa cheese association with the award is now a matter of shame due to her response to the range of crisis city was given the award by geldof native city in two thousand and twelve months and says she wants to extract the fifty to sixty. which is pretty much certain sure the story told her to raise to open the. window that she secured so i don't want to be able to say. what you wrote strikes against the subject oh the french president emmanuel mackerel has paid tribute to the one hundred thirty people killed when gunmen and suicide bombers attacked paris two years ago across hugged the frontman of the band eagles of death metal who'd been performing at the battle
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plan a concert hall where ninety people were killed ceremonies were held across paris at the other sites that were targeted carbon emissions are projected to rise for the first time in four years according to scientists global c o two emissions had plateaued over the last three years leading to hopes they had heat but in twenty seventeen they're set to rise by about two percent globally according to a report by the global carbon project presented at the climate talks in bonn it's mainly due to china whose emissions are expected to rise by free and a half percent it is the world's top carbon emitter responsible for almost thirty percent of the global total followed by the us at fourteen percent and india with seven percent or research shows that the global meat industry produces more greenhouse gas emissions than cars planes trains and ships combined but scientists in the netherlands say they are close to bringing meat grown in
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a laboratory to the market for lawns park has more from amsterdam. indeed future this is what making a beef burger might look like taking cells from a piece of and letting them multiply into cultured meats this university professor says he can grow ten thousand grams of maize from just one piece of muscle and he says we better get used to it that in effect means that we can reduce the number of cars worldwide from one and a half billion to maybe ten thousand. and then we won't have the methane emissions we won't have all the resources that go into a car because of how is a terribly inefficient animal so this process is going to be more efficient. so that it reduces less resources and it's not as polluted and you can let the cow live as the world's population increases the demand on food supplies will also grow dramatically meat production takes up eight percent of the
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world's water huge amount of land and contributes almost a fifth of the world's greenhouse gas emissions everett's european it's about eighty who knows if you need a year that's about four hundred of these characters but what is in a few years from now observer will say six seconds to see and be the exact same price as the ones here which one with the consumer killed this woman is one of the world's leading food scientist she believes that what we might find palatable today might be normal for the next generation i mean there are many things people have learned to eat. that their grandmothers didn't eat certain for to the vegetables but also certain types of fish that people didn't know about her or snails for example that many people did not eat apart from the french. i think it's a it's a fallacy to think that fruit habits are. more vile in time in fact we eat quite
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different things from our grandparents parents' generation that at a burger restaurant the manager has mixed emotions he worries about the damage too much meat planets but he's also suspicious of the idea of eating meat so they don't have the fish don't like eating plastic or something even though you say that they do have the exact same taste but well for now it's a one step before i cannot think of meeting it yet. science means that the cells of just one cow. could provide enough meat for the whole of europe the first lab burgers are expected to be on the market within three years but even if science could solve the message issues caused by our meat industry the question remains will we eat it's. al-jazeera the netherlands.
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and reminder the top stories on al-jazeera at least four hundred people have been killed and more than six thousand injured by a powerful earthquake on the iran iraq border on sunday it caused widespread damage in both countries with tens of thousands forced from their homes on the iraqi side the most extensive damage was in the town of can in the semi autonomous kurdistan region but most of the deaths reported so far are in iran's mountainous come in sharp province and as there is correspondent a mere funday sent this update from the iran iraq border. that we are here in the area of. in the southwest of. it seems that this recent earthquake that hit this area last night has caused serious damage to the here and the body and bridge of this there are visible large cracks. of the. said. that the initial estimates show
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damages caused to the external face and body of the. a groups are preparing to send much needed supplies to yemen again after saudi arabia said it will start reopening the country's airports and seaports the first to be reopened include ated mccollough and al mako which controlled by yemen's exiled government saudi arabia place a blockade on yemen a week ago after the rebels fired a missile at riyadh the u.n. is one vital stocks of fuel and vaccines will run out by the end of the month and seven million people are on the brink of famine. us president donald trump has met his philippine counterpart at the summit in manila trump said he has a great relationship with the thirty most unclear if you raise the issue of human rights violations with him. turkey's president regift other one his having talks with his russian counterpart vladimir pope putin in sochi with the war in syria expected to dominate the agenda before flying on dismissed suggestions by the u.s.
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and russia that they can be no military solution to the war in syria saying if that were true then the two countries should pull their troops out. and those elections headlines here on al-jazeera i'm back with more for you in about twenty five minutes time stay with us counting the cost is next. i'm has a secret this is counting the cost on al-jazeera your weekly look at the world of business and.


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