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and they point out that in a separate dispute over land elsewhere in east jerusalem the government ruled that land ownership was not conferred by the law judging in that case that a muslim trust shouldn't be awarded the rights to it or get it loks our problem is that we oppose the jewish claims that this area is a jewish and down and even the court has issued a verdict against the arabs the right wing jewish organization involved a terror at coa name declined our request for an interview on the court case but it is generally happy to promote its work increasing the jewish presence in east jerusalem so here he has placed security cameras around his home for evidence of his own in case of disputes with acetylene neighbors the larger dispute over the ownership of this land will be decided in israel's high court harry feels it out zero occupied east jerusalem were over now in the glasgow school of art and scotland has been destroyed by fire for the second time and for years forty five million dollars for the restoration more from the first fire was nearly finished
and occam parts of. the fire lit up the night sky over glasgow. the blaze consuming one of the city's most celebrated buildings. for the second time in four years glasgow school of art was in flames we saw a lot of flames low voices in the new top of that popped up for action when all was . the whole thing went live and saying it's on fire doesn't a salvage any mail so. it's harboring you want to be. this school was undergoing a multi million dollar restoration. in two thousand and fourteen part of the art nouveau building designed by renowned scottish architect charlotte's rené mackintosh was destroyed in another fire many students lost all their work. more than one hundred firefighters tackled this latest blaze so devastating loss of bolding that i don't know if it can be replaced but people are safe and. take some
comfort to the. police and fire authorities will be conducting a full investigation there's a sense of disbelief that one of glasgow's best beloved buildings has again been devoured by fire diana kerim al-jazeera and area's largest steel plant will finally start production of four decades after it was bill advocates a bill mill that is has cost the country more than eight billion dollars but has never produced any steel that's what they're getting the facility off the ground will save nigeria billions of dollars and steel imports. reports from explains why the grand plans have been so slow to be realized. the last complexity some twenty four thousand hectares and cost nigeria eight billion dollars to build because of all revenue the government never bothered to complete the project underneath the. life forty three plans from steel mills complete with
a bridge built finances foundries and power plants. the thing called the dust is evidence of decades of deceived recorder and the plant is intact but i know what we've done is to start to. try to make them work we also have the lighting meals where we produce i don't know roads that are present i will very soon already plan to be in full operations. eighty percent of raw materials needed i with the factories sixty kilometer radius. now for the first time indicates the company's engines of come to life it's true power plants generate one hundred ten megawatts of electricity seventy megawatts more than it's all in a country with electricity shortages while big steel production activity may be a year or two away small scale operations like producing iron rods and on demand for brick ations are handled by local engineers like the company's completed sixty
three kilometer internal relink locomotives network of tunnels a sixty kilometers of roads most to keep them and on site i simply waiting to be used. these machines at the label made in the us uk i remind our one empire long gone forty years ago nigeria wanted to use them to industrialize since then caught up in an easy revenue from oil but remodel. officials say the company can produce nearly ten million metric tons of steel and generate more than five hundred thousand jobs when fully operational but challenges remain. the cost of the materials involved we need the range and are delivered. in one port in the quarter in the villa. in the import
embargo and their own this also going to be a link from as outer. barrel. the still complex was handed over to private operators price before the government took it back months ago. with nigeria's imports averaging ten billion dollars a year many expect a lot of external pressure to keep the company that's current state. despite assurances it's not clear if the government will bow to these pressures or forge ahead to kickstart its industrialization and break half a century dependence on oil in the next eighteen months. i judge central nigeria. on al-jazeera. a birthday surprise for egypt's biggest star that's coming up in sports with joe.
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she's one of the oldest women living in this part of mccurdy in the jury essential being with state i mean a garba is her real name and she's hailed as a savior by the other women she sent in goes on by in the local language which means each additional breathing assistant or midwife ameena has been delivering
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people. this is prime minister a no confidence vote prompted by another country's. violence falls apart only hours after it was announced. began in yemen where u.n. envoy has arrived in the capital sana for talks concerning the port of her data wants to stop the battles there between iran pact with the rebels on the side of the alliance is expected to propose that rebel control of the port to a un supervised committee but as a huge concern because seventy percent of yemen's imports pass through the city's docks the u.s. says fighting there were trigger a much larger humanitarian catastrophe twenty two million people in yemen depend on an eight point four million are at risk of starvation and these have been in control of the port since two thousand and fourteen and it is
a lucrative source of revenue for the saudi let allow alliance wants to cut that money flow and says it can do it quickly gave to reports. the international airport clearly damaged but who these insist still very much in their hands dot despite claims by the saudi. military coalition that dead now and could kill him i'm about this is the whole day the international airport today is the second day of the on the claims that they took control of the airport baseless they are just spreading lies and rumors. but if the saudi and polish should is did control of the airport its forces far away and ground. now the u.n. special envoy to yemen griffiths has spilled into the yemeni capital to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe. the port city is
a lifeline not only to the who these but to the entire yemeni population we're just a war any fighting in the city of her data we want for peace to be employment that across a nation. we the residents of a data city want to live in peace and security we don't want war we don't want fighting of any kind enough is enough the some of the coalition want to tease to handle with control of the port either to a un supervised committee or yemen's government. the accused rebels of importing weapons from iran saudi arabia says it can seize the city quickly enough to avoid interrupting flows of aid to cut them or not be moved by hotties proposed a new humanitarian aid plans aiming to make sure the external humanitarian assistance can access human through her data. the saudi led proposal is a nonstarter and a suspicious of any attempts by the un envoy to broker peace. the war in yemen has
already cost the world's worst humanitarian crisis and there are fears of worse to come we are very fearful that any kind of blockage. of the free flow of humanitarian food also commercial stocks particularly food and fuel could have a major impact on people who are already highly vulnerable as some of the middle east's richest countries fight the region's poorest the u.n. special envoy is reinforcing the international appeals to stop the destruction. to zero. marius the norwegian refugee council spokesman in yemen says most civilians can't afford to leave her data. since yesterday morning there were
a lot of egypt flying over the city however it seems the christian marriage in the city so we are really worried because the population of the cities around six hundred fifty thousand people. most of the things that we should know that most of them there will not be there will not be able to leave the city they cannot afford to do this if they don't have resources they don't have money to live the city. we must protect them they'd also consider one of the one of the biggest. in addition to the need done a quick i'm going to response in terms of food assistant clean water also also clear. creek out there frequently so we have to support those people unfortunately that. the clashes or this coalition bridge the city hundreds or thousands of people will be affected by the seclusion.
celebrations of a temporary peace between the afghan government and the taliban have been marred by a car bomb attack at least twenty six people died when the suicide blast rocked a gathering of taliban and afghan security officials in the eastern province of the heart eisel says it was responsible for the attack jennifer glass has more from kabul. a joyful slike the taliban the afghan military together celebrating ied and the conflicts perced ceasefire these taliban fighters came to the capital from wardak province afghan soldiers search them at the gates to the city there is a real sense of brotherhood the fighting set aside for now a time to revel in peace because of the interruption just a little here i woke up this morning and learned the taliban could go to the city without harm my heart is bursting with happiness because of this cease fire. but they must watch out for solace in what we are so happy because today is a celebration we gathered here happily with our brothers who have been unhappy for
so long. as word of the gathering spread the crowds with afghans sensing this might be a turning point a moment in history. that we hope for a peaceful and stable afghanistan we must be proud of this peaceful moment and we hope it will last forever. from the sea into repeated in many provinces around afghanistan opponents coming together in a show of afghan solidarity raising hopes this is something that could last the wood the lead. he walked in it that because of the significant signs of peace in afghanistan and seeing the strong desire of afghans for peace i am announcing the extension of the ceasefire by afghan security and defense forces. the peace was shattered by an iso suicide bomber in eastern afghanistan killing and wounding those who had come to reconcile a reminder it's more than just the taliban fighting here. taliban fighters say
there can be no peace in afghanistan and till foreign forces leave the country the afghan president continues to try to bring the taliban to the negotiating table announcing the release of dozens of taliban prisoners and saying the government is willing to talk to the taliban any time anywhere jennifer glass al jazeera kabul. four people have died in nineteen have been arrested in southern turkey after election campaigning erupted into violence the clashes started when a politician for president reza type warrants ruling party campaigned in the kurdish town near the syrian border a state media says he became a little it is and his supporters came under attack from opponents armed with knives and sticks opposition groups say the politicians security opened fire after he received a hostile welcome. prime minister has survived a no confidence vote in parliament over a deal to change the name of its northern neighbor macedonia thank you alex
a separate his opponents had accused him of making too many concessions in the agreement it's a for survive the motion and the deal will now be signed on sunday the agreement will see macedonia change in spain to the republic and more macedonia ending a twenty seven year dispute with grace has more from athens the governing coalition of the city's a party and the independent greeks has survived a vote of no confidence those two parties mustered the majority in parliament to vote effectively for themselves to stay in power and this government now looks forward after signing the agreement with the former yugoslav macedonia on sunday to a week of developments in the euro group in brussels where it expects to receive the green light to finally wean itself off euro. handouts money handouts to reenter markets and borrow from markets and also to receive some sort
of restructuring of its debt obligations to its european creditors and therefore the government hopes that by the end of next week he can say it's had both a triumphant foreign policy and a triumph in financial developments and fiscal developments making good on its promise to rid greece of the bailout rules and the austerity rules that have been imposed on it for the last eight years that i think is the government point of view the opposition sees it differently they've spent the debate in parliament over the macedonia issue also talking about the government's financial misdemeanors as they see them the blunders made in the those ations with creditors the increased austerity imposed upon greece as a result but. at the moment greece is on the cusp of major developments that could persuade a large number of people here that whatever the mistakes of the past were the
country's finally moving on after more than a week stranded at sea six hundred twenty nine migrants were due to sail into the spanish port of valencia their plight sparked international outcry when italy denied their rescue ship access to its ports karl penhall reports on balance here. this will be the safe haven end of an odyssey. a key side in valencia activists are already preparing to greet the six hundred twenty nine migrants due to dock this weekend that they will. all rain means to give a warm welcome to these people who have been passed around like a football europe is trying to turn a blind eye but we want to respect their rights and offer them a home our land is their land bridge crossed teens offloaded in gresham's and hygiene kits the migrants will get a health check to be registered by police in the original cases especially pregnant women and children will head to hospital most will go to a shelter for
a square meal and the clean bed. spain's red cross assists thousands of undocumented migrants each year. for them in the us if some of you have to understand this is a huge drama these are people who need help and we must find a solution for people who are just like you and me cannot be floating around for days without knowing where they're going in these conditions they just had the bad luck to be born in a place with more complicated political or social situations. volunteers of valencia's food bank. some think we're every hungry mouth regardless of religion or dietary requirements the charity already feeds ten thousand of the city's neediest each week and says there's plenty to go round for a few hundred more. found a highway sierra grew up in an orphanage himself and he's passionate about helping those less fortunate. but in view of the real people in valencia our kind