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russia and assad don't go there we're not going to accept it it's not ok the u.s. warns against the use of chemical weapons in syria is the province as airstrikes of the last rebel held stronghold. as a seeker this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up libya's warring factions agree a ceasefire in the capital tripoli after days of fighting killer least sixty people . the worst typhoon in twenty five years batters japan killing at least nine people in the country's west. plus the white house blasts a top reporters account of
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a dysfunctional donald trump presidency. alone we begin in syria where and strikes have hit the last rebel controlled region the u.n. security council plans to meet on friday in what could be the bloodiest battle yet in italy province more than twenty separate air strikes have reportedly been carried out killing at least seventeen people five of them children russia an ally of the syrian government says it knows the army is preparing for a full scale offensive on a limb calling it a cradle of terrorism that's got the united nations warning of a potential bloodbath it libya's home to three million people rebels and civilians many of them were moved there from other areas as the government took back control of the u.n. special envoy for syria has called on the russian and turkish presidents to solve
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the looming crisis i would like to take the liberty frankly might serve to address myself if you're low on me to through you to president putin and to pollutant. you have been there once at the beginning and i know because the war very much ado with nothing what happened at the end of defeats and the faking of a liberal you were the ones who actually were able to talk to each other make a political call organize a formula that loved the end of that horrible period not to be do worth. a telephone call between the two of you would make a big difference or the u.s. has warned that it will not tolerate the use of chemical weapons in a province our diplomatic at the james base has more from the united nations the us
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has just assumed the monthly rotating presidency of the un security council ambassador nikki haley has tweeted about the situation in the ad lib as has president trump both said they don't want there to be an all out assault but listen very carefully to her words when i asked her about the situation ambassador hailey didn't seem opposed to them taking over it lead only to the use of chemical weapons what you're saying from us and the fact that the security council wants to talk about it is do not let a chemical weapons attack happen on the people of it lead the people of syria have been through too much this is a tragic situation and if they want to continue to go the route of taking over syria they can do that but they cannot do it with chemical weapons they can't do it assaulting their people and we're not going to fall for it if there are chemical weapons that are used we know exactly who's going to use them and this is the exact same playbook that russia and iran and assad have used every time a u.n.
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security council meeting about the situation in adlib has now been called for friday morning but things on the ground are moving fast and the situation could have changed a great deal by that. a government offensive means there will be no place left for rebel fighters and their families to go stephanie decker reports from the turkey syria border. this northwestern corner of syria represents the last hopes of the rebel opposition government forces have steadily recaptured region after region under so-called reconciliation deals the fighters they didn't want to live under government control here with their families little ahmed was a fighter in the southern province of the most recent area taken back by government troops he shows us video of when he was involved in the war and like so many others who chose to leave he doesn't trust the government. i see the reconciliation as a big mistake because the regime will start arresting us all through wall and put
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us in prisons we've already heard of a few people being killed by the regime. came to live from ottawa and home the area was besieged by government forces for almost three years and he's now joined one of the local armed groups and it led. to the we left because of the heavy bombing and the siege we were starving i didn't agree with the reconciliation the regime says they will take it live let them say what they want we have dug trenches and tunnels god willing we are ready. the various rebel groups are preparing for the expected government offensive in it there is a complicated mix of armed groups on the ground here each with different allegiances and they bought and turned their guns on each other but most say they will fight together against the expected offensive it is home to almost a million internally displaced syrians in those tents that you see crammed together behind me that's province and that's just a small snapshot of what is
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a major problem in the united nations is warned of a humanitarian catastrophe if there is an all out military offensive on eleven turkey's borders remain closed many opposition supporters don't want to admit what this offensive may mean but has some speaks frankly he came to the province from southern damascus he too was an opposition fighter there. what. if the regime takes so it lip that means you have lost the whole revolution everything it's like if you took the mask of the whole of syria would far to us it was our damascus if the tickets or the many predict that is only a matter of time stephanie decker al-jazeera on the turkey syria border. the u.n. says a ceasefire has been agreed between rival factions in libya who've been fighting in the capital for more than a week at least sixty people have been killed in one hundred fifty more injured in and around tripoli under the deal all fighting will end and the city's only airport
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will reopen early hundreds of refugees and migrants were released from a detention center because of the unrest. head has more from tripoli the united nations support the mission in libya has announced that it has reached a cease fire between the warring groups we understand that the united nations support the mission in libya has held a meeting with representatives from the warring groups in tripoli alongside the representatives from the internationally recognized government of national accord and the aim of that meeting was to put an end to this conflict in tripoli and to save the lives of civilians who understand that the conflict or the clashes that have been going on for more than a week now have taken a heavy toll on civilians more than a thousand illegal migrants who have been detained in a detention center close to the. area where the clashes are going on they have been
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released by the illegal migration combat department and supervisors of that illegal immigration combat department say that they had to release. illegal migrants in order to save their lives we understand also that many civilians have been forced out of their homes in the southern suburbs of the libyan capital tripoli since the beginning of the clashes on the twenty seventh of august also the there have been a lot of random stray rockets landing in densely populated areas and more than forty people have been killed since since the beginning of the clashes and many of them many of them are civilians. a powerful typhoon has slammed into western japan flooding and closing an international airport and crashing a tanker into a bridge the government is urging more than a million people to leave their own and move to safety at least nine people have been killed and three hundred others injured and haywood has more. japan's most
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powerful storm for nearly twenty five years typhoon finally makes landfall. ripping apart buildings. and sending daybreak in kioto station lying i. with winds of up to one hundred eighty kilometers an hour the full force of the storm struck japan's western coastline bringing with it to rain chill rain and destruction several thousand people were left stranded when water poured into can saya international airport little could be done to keep the floodwater out and tundra the plights have been cancelled a tanker which had been sheltering from the storm career did to the bridge which links the airport to the mainland the crew on board a said to be safe there or thirty's in japan have advised more than a million people to evacuate their properties one point six million homes are
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without power. this is the latest in a series of sabera weather systems to hit japan in recent months typhoon has already claimed lives and caused dozens of injuries many here and now hoping for a break from the deluge and the heywood al-jazeera. the leaders of pacific island nations have been meeting in now that's where australia has an offshore prison camp for refugees the four day forum is focusing on regional peace and security in improving the health of the island's people but the prison camps in the treatment of the refugees there is casting a shadow over the conference around one thousand six hundred people have been held in two camps one and now the other on path when you guineas manages island a journalist from new zealand has been detained in narrow for talking to refugees without proper permission police held the barbara driver for three hours on tuesday
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and counselled her accreditation to the summit al-jazeera was among many media networks refused a visa some australian outlets boycotted the summit after the national broadcaster was banned from attending andrew thomas has more from sydney. it was a big garden for is the big annual meeting for leaders from across the pacific to discuss the big issues that face the more things like climate change the existential threats that rising sea levels pose fisheries fish stocks across the pacific very low they need to be managed carefully improving health outcomes across the pacific and balancing regional stability the balance between the united states and its allies on the one hand and the increasing interests of china across the pacific on the other those are all things that will be on the formal agenda but of course all this is being overshadowed by the destination for this year's forum no room famous for the place that australia same's many of the refugees that have tried to come to its shores by boat and now held there in many cases for over five
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years journalists allowed to go to the route to report on the refugee issues and most journalists including me have been banned from attending this year specifically on a forum because it's happening in the room and they think as well as the form we would want to discuss refugees i don't choose day a journalist who was allowed in from new zealand was detained for a period of three hours by police for daring to speak to a refugee so you can see how sensitive the issue of refugees agents for in the room nonetheless in a sense by denying journalists and n.g.o.s amnesty human rights watch and others from visiting the room even now when the all eyes of the pacific are on their country well this is all backfired because here we are talking about refugees and not primarily the big issues facing pacific island countries. still ahead on edges into. a rocky start to the confirmation hearing
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for donald trump suit green court nominee. and argentina's president really harms the size of government to save money as the economy teeters on the edge of disaster . through tranquil raveena can you. can feel it seems and it's a nation gone to one. hell of the been some nasty poky showers in pakistan recently but just on a particular but it's right on the edge of your chops there's nothing in iran there's nothing sorry rock from the point of view of anything other than hazy atmosphere and hot weather the wind direction tense change things that's not particularly strong and it's pretty similar along the shore breeze the bay roots of the thirty mark felt humid to dryer hasa weather but still middle forty's in baghdad and high forty's further south in iraq and in northern part secure white house really stopped forty nine degrees is
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a regular occurrence because nothing else happening in the sky occasional shower on the sun caspian if you're lucky and given the wind is not that strong it's been very humid again recently in qatar and bahrain that's not going to change forty degrees is about there when it's that he but that's very typical dry weather and dry heat i should think the low humidity further west some showers recently in yemen and southwest that is not really much in the forecast to see a repeat of that decent rain has skirted through the western cape recently in the forecast for wednesday is a good potential for rain if you want it and you do in cape time thirteen degrees in the clouds which should go east woods and turn quite.


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