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any valuable metals all bones which are used to make a loaf of medicine they earn four dollars for every bag of scrap collected. has worked does not pay very much and the most difficult part of doing it is digging deep into the dirt is so much dust by the time i'm covered in sweat and sand nearly eighty percent of the population lives on less than two dollars a day according to a world bank report one political crisis after another has significantly contributed to madagascar's high level of poverty and the country's done very little to improve the wellbeing of its population now is the madagascar hits to the poles quite sick say far too much money is being spent on electioneering rather than helping the poor. father pedro picker has for decades been working to help the poor in the suburb of a commercial he says while the election is
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a chance for democracy politicians serve their own interests he needs many of the people he's helped with food housing and education in the sunday mass. simply this . witness to this poverty in america sca fifty years i've seen this country descend into hell and here we've shown that with education discipline and respect we can fight poverty this week's presidential elections expected to cost even more than it did five years ago they are more candidates running and there are no laws limiting campaign spending what we know is the problem election two thousand was you know one of the most expensive elections in the history of what i guess can also when you compare my guess got to other countries there was a study for instance by the european union that came out in two thousand and sixteen and it basically claimed that the budget complain budget of g. the last present the outgoing president one in two thousand and thirteen was forty three million you. dollars it actually means that he has spent you know by voter
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then present donald trump in the united states as campaigning draws to a close those we spoke to at the rally say they will vote they say if it's voting that saves them from life in the dump then it will be worth it a minimal or al-jazeera antenna not evil. we visit to. rebuild. the. business of.
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since u.s. economic sanctions on sudan were lifted last year the government has been trying to rebuild neglected regions one area of investment is a historic port built in the sixteenth century which used to be the country's main trading hub have a morgan has more from a second in eastern sudan. crumbled buildings the remains of an area where the ottomans ruled sudan and when trade flourished on the country's second largest ports including slave trade but for sugar abraham this is the only home he's ever known. i was i was born here and grew up here this place has an amazing history it was one of sudan's first ports for trade and for people people used to travel around the world for centuries so working was built by the ottomans in the
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sixteenth century it along with several other ports along sudan's eastern coast served as a major gateway to the gulf and the east but since sanctions were imposed on sudan in one thousand nine hundred haven't most of the country supports load in function as straight decelerated in fact is one of the traders who felt the impact. because you know a lot of goods used to come via the sea but then it slowed down with the sanctions there were less ships coming in and now we have to go to the capital to bring stocks instead of relying on nearby port. sanctions were lifted last year but says he's yet to feel any positive effect sudan's government with help from foreign countries like turkey have been working to restore still working for tourism and trade reviving the historic and economic significance of so i can well take years but it's not just the ports tourism and investment potential that are attracting foreign investors regional part dynamics also seem to have a role just across the red sea is a regional gulf crisis and
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a worry in yemen involving a saudi led coalition some countries such as egypt and saudi arabia fear that so working will become what is once was a military base local authorities disagree but we are told that what we're trying to do is rebuild the structure for trade and tourism so working is less than twenty square kilometers how could you build a military base here a base could be built further north in port sudan and that's been discussed but not here it's working there i want to see a revival of the port he and his ancestors grew up on so trade can resume instead of the old structures crumbling and becoming marriage symbols of the past he will morgan al-jazeera so work in east and sudan. peter in doha sport thank you very much seventeen time grand slam champion rafa nadal has pulled out of next week's a.t.p. tour finals in london this paves the way for his rival never joke of it to be guaranteed the year in tennis world number one ranking but also is an injury will keep him from competing the spaniard also withdrew from the paris masters this week
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he tweeted saying. unfortunately i had the abdominal problem in paris last week and i also have an issue in the angle joint that has to be removed in the operating room today this way i hope to be in full condition for next season into milan host barcelona on tuesday in the latest round of the u.a.e. for champions league into coach. said barcelona are what he seemed hope to become in the future he is in the second season of a rebuilding job at the club barcelona beat the italian team to know in a group b. match to weeks ago here we are meant every december said right around barcelona are obviously the favorites they are playing very well and they have one of the best squads in the world we have come back and are playing the champions league after many years of not we have to be aware where we are and of our qualities and we have to play a great match to get a good result knowing that they are the favorites now police are trained on monday ahead of hosting parasangs a man in a key champions league group match head coach carlos mencia lotty is hoping the
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italian side will be able to repeat their performance in the two two draw in paris two weeks ago now fully currently set second in the italian city are. when i was there perry st germaine was still a club under construction with a great project now this project is happening and i think they don't have much lift to get to their main goal which is winning the champions league i guess when i was there the goal was to be among the best clubs in europe and that goal was achieved because right now they definitely are among the best clubs in europe. liverpool have left kiri from the squad to play serbian collaborates style belgrade in the champions league on tuesday chicanery is an ethnic albanian from kosovo and after scoring for switzerland against serbia during the world cup security celebrated with a double headed eagle gesture symbolizing the albanian flag he was fine for the celebration of a pool say they want to avoid any distractions for the game. to be r. and b.
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respected with one hundred percent you know it's not sad that the world how it is politics is always influence on life so on the planet i live at least that's how it is but it's not we are not here for that we are here probably books. it's playoff season for major league soccer and it was a bad day for the new york teams trying to make it to the eastern conference semifinals the york city f.c. and atlanta face off at yankee stadium erica remedy scored the first goal in the thirty seventh minute giving atlanta the win one no that lancet has won eleven of its eighteen road games this season and hosts the second leg next sunday. the new york red bulls also lost one mil away to columbus crew a sliver back ill from federico even set up the winning goal for the side of this. and columbus had a goalkeeper to thank for keeping them ahead zack stephan with a brilliant save in stoppage time to deny bradley reaction. to the western conference and the potent symbols fought from behind to beat the seattle sounders
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all the way d.s. put the sound of the head in the tainted but it wasn't long before the term this came back and with a two one lead going into the second leg. it seems that box of floyd mayweather has got a taste for fighting mixed martial arts stars just over a year ago he beat khana mcgregor in the ring in boxing is richest fights in history now at forty one needs announced another fight against japanese cakewalks attention and thus a coward mayweather is teaming up with japan's raisen fighting federation to face the train's year old undefeated fighter on new year's eve in japan but all denies assume the need to decide whether the fund will take place under the rules of boxing mixed martial arts or a combination of the two by going to wrestle a little bit. achenbach a lot of it and we're just saying you know. i can do it all
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you know i can do anything if i said my mind we have to have rules as rules and regulations to everything that we do our lives so i'm pretty sure when i speak with . the guys on my team we are going to say. so we will walk into we have to do on a large of a not that or not are there this is the biggest event of my entire life i think i would like to prove with my own fists what others couldn't do in the past we spoke to daily telegraph boxing writer gareth a davies he expects the rules will be heavily geared in favor of mayweather who's set for yet another big payday it's just another opportunity for this billionaire books. over a billion dollars remember the ring is a big draw wherever he fights so this is just another massive opportunity if that's because i'm defeated twenty flights that are crossed problems he's the pretty boy or flight schools if you like to he is the rising star or fighting over there maybe
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there will be twenty pounds heavier than him four inches taller it's just going to watch those little legs knock his head off but we don't know yet whether nasser caught be able to kick cloyd mayweather he may have it all is own way and they may say it's just boxing it's maybe not kick boxing i hope it is kick boxing because that's because only chance i imagine is going to be to have a go floyd mayweather because of his books again i don't give him a chance it's. legendary new england patriots quarterback tom brady has added yet another record already impressive list of honors on sunday became the first n.f.l. player to go past eighty thousand total yards for passing rushing and receiving the thirty one seventeen victory of the green bay packers is also he's two hundred food regular season victory more than anyone else has managed to achieve playing quarterback that ties in nicely with his five super bowl trophies the patriots are
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now on a six match winning streak as well brady also has the distinction of having beaten each of the other thirty one n.f.l. teams during his career. these are all team words i certainly can't draw to myself i've met so many great teammates guys block and coaches coaching and is a great team sport so i just see those as all great team team words i'm happy someone from the patriots has it in the fact that i get to play quarterback is. pretty great for me to the n.b.a. now in the minnesota timberwolves who once again without jimmy butler as they took on the portland trailblazers on sunday butler was rested for a second game in a week as a coach says it had nothing to do with these trade requests that something will certainly miss them as they lost one hundred and eleven eighty one minutes in the trailblazers use of new coach it's all schooled with nineteen points for the trailblazers damian lillard had to. the philadelphia seventy six says they win the streak on the road on sunday the brooklyn nets
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beating them one hundred twenty two ninety seven the next have a four game road trip coming up. and that's all the sport from us will have another update again later but for now it's back to lauren in london thanks be to catch up anytime that with our website that has come. from a news hour with an awful round. november on al-jazeera radicalized
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a new hard hitting series comes face to face with the hatred and violence of militant groups that attract young people around the world on november fifth the u.s. will impose additional sanctions on iran targeting the oil sites we'll look at the impact that may have. when migrant lives are in danger and see who should come to their aid people in power investigates the united states is getting ready for the u.s. midterm elections on november sixth join us for live coverage and analysis and a listening post continues to examine global media coverage and look behind the headlines november on al-jazeera. in twenty twenty tokyo will host the paralympic games in the nation has a troubled history caring for people with disabilities when used examines japan's disability shame on al-jazeera. lives in fear constantly looking over her shoulder she says she was threatened by armed men as
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they ransacked the home she knows who ordered the attack and why they want to develop on her community and. we can't let the men to mediate us we need to continue they can kill me i'm not afraid of being killed i need to defend my people who have been here since fifteen sixty nine without any help from the government and now they want to destroy the forest that is part of. land ownership in brazil is among the most concentrated in the world those who ordered the intimidation the murders are rarely brought to justice. joy defiance from iran as the u.s. imposes the toughest sanctions to date targeting the country's oil and financial sectors.
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unearned hey this is al jazeera live from london also coming up technician media suggests a saudi team sent to istanbul to investigate the killing of journalist. focused instead on removing evidence. from. locals celebrate the day of the dead's politics is very much alive in arizona immigration a divisive issue head of tuesday's midterm vote. thousands right pointed prime minister mahinda rajapaksa as the should i can political crisis deepens. the u.s. is calling the latest sanctions against iran its toughest so far tehran has accused washington of bullying and said its tactics were backfiring by isolation us internationally the measures target iran's oil and financial sectors but president
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trump said the u.s. was deliberately taking things slowly on oil we have the toughest sanctions ever imposed but on oil we want to go a little bit slower because i don't want to drive the oil prices in the world this has nothing to do with the red i don't want to drive the oil prices in the world up so i'm not looking to be a great hero and bring it down to zero immediately i could get the iran oil down to zero immediately but it would cause a shock to the market i don't want to lift oil prices. our diplomatic editor james bays has more from washington d.c. . the message the treasury secretary and the secretary of state wanted to send was that the sanctions lifted when the u.s. during the obama administration joined other international partners in the twenty fifteen iran nuclear deal a rule now back in place but if you read the small print that's not exactly the case some of the iranian nuclear facilities have been given waivers so they can
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still work producing nuclear energy for civilian use the trumpet ministration wants all countries to stop importing iranian oil but for now secretary of state mike compost says age nations who get temporary waivers to the u.s. will be granting these exemptions to china india italy greece japan south korea taiwan and turkey the two cabinet secretaries said they'd keep a laser focus on iran but why single out just one country in the region james face from al jazeera english you talk about the destabilizing behavior of iran in the region how does that differ from the bad behavior of saudi arabia. so let me just go through the list underwriting lebanese hezbollah presents a threat to united states of america and to israel underwriting the who these in yemen causing an enormous conflict to take place there in that country the efforts in iraq to undermine the iraqi government funding shia militias that are not the best interest of the iraqi people their efforts and syria the list goes on the
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difference in behavior between those two countries is remarkable. that on some perhaps need some point checking the u.n. says there's no evidence iran has recently supplied the who feeds with weapons while the saudi led air campaign has been responsible for the majority of civilian deaths in yemen saudi arabia certainly has its own destabilizing role in the region just look at the blockade of counts and if you are criticizing iran for its human rights then sound is appalling record also needs to be scrutinized particularly in the light of the murder of jamal khashoggi in istanbul james al-jazeera washington . iran's president says it'll be business as usual for his country in a defiant address to the nation has on rouhani said the era of simply saying death to america was over and the time had come to take practical steps to make the u.s.
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fair on. terror on. one of the reasons president donald trump gave to pull out of the twenty fifty nuclear deal and re-impose sanctions on iran was the country's growing military influence in the middle east. and their ballistic missiles program. so it was perhaps not a coincidence that iranian scheduled one of their largest military exercises of the year on the same day as u.s. sanctions kicked back in. multiple air defense units took part in war games spanning half a million square kilometers across the country. and as the missiles took flight on the ground the iranian president lobbed insults at the american president to have was mabel go scout that i don't think any other administration in the history of the united states has been as opposed to the law and international treaties i've not seen any administration in the white house as racist as these people and you cannot expect anything else from them in
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a speech to his recently shaken up economic team rouhani laid out a broad plan for the future come what may iran will sell oil and will break u.s. sanctions in the face of american threats iranians put their faith in the basic principle of supply and demand i believe the sunshine was. the plan. but that they couldn't sanction is not. suddenly they had some think in their mind and then put sanctions and you give me the supply side you cannot expect the prize good though. simple price goes up iran has used unmarked ships to sell oil in international waters traded oil using the barter system and rouhani has also floated the idea of selling oil in alternative currencies to the u.s. dollar iran is also counting on a european bypass to the american banking system but months of promises and public
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support by the european union have not led to practical solutions behind closed doors some iranians are asking if that was the plan all along despite rouhani is insistence that european support is a big deal for iran keeping iran's trust will not be the only challenge for europe to keep iran in the nuclear deal with american sanctions at full strength and more said to be on the way they'll also have to figure out how to turn the temperature down between hawks into iran and washington. the. media has reported that sound official centrist ambled to investigate the disappearance of janet. focused instead on removing evidence of his mentor and among those in the saudi team which arrived nine days after her she went missing was a chemical expert and
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a toxicologist question how reports from istanbul. another leak to the pro-government newspaper this time implicating two members of the official search and investigation team sent from saudi arabia nine days after his murder these banned a comment i bill as easily general be reported to be a chemical expert and highly the heinie said to be a toxicologist are accused of trying to destroy evidence and cover up what happened they are reported to have been active in the consulate and the consul general's residence had of the turkish investigators being allowed into the buildings to start their own inquiry later a call was made for inquiries into reports of attempts to destroy his body in acid after it had been dismembered the call came from the turkish vice president who
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said the investigation would reach the highest level. who gave the order for the murder to be committed on our soil we are searching for this answer it was more than a month after his murder his two sons have spoken for the first time salah lives in saudi arabia and has to get permission to fly to the u.s. to be with the rest of his family or what we want. is to bring him back here with enmity you know with his with the rest of his family in saudi arabia yes i talk to talk about that with. the saudi authorities and. i just hope that it happens. but you need to find somebody needs to find his body yes. i believe that the sessions are going.
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to be hopeful about that turkish officials fear they may never be able to find the remains of which they believe was dissolved in acid something which is likely to prolong the agony of his family which has been hoping to bury him as soon as possible in saudi arabia. a stumble. here and human rights council has been reviewing the actions of saudi arabia and its record on rights violations a saudi delegation in geneva faced questions over the murder of. addressing the council it restated the kingdom's position that it's investigating the killing and will prosecute those responsible for brennan has the latest from geneva the conflicting perspectives about saudi arabia's human rights record were highlighted before the session even began and documents submitted in advance firstly the national report from saudi arabia itself detailing what it says are the reforms that have been enacted the royal decrees which have been passed improving the role of women and improving the human rights record but in contrast to that two reports
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were put before delegates firstly one from un committees and another from n.g.o.s which complained about the operative detentions about the use of the death sentence about the stonings amputations against children on the issue of jamal khashoggi could not be a scaped. the kingdom of saudi arabia has already expressed its really good and came for the death of. king on the ninety's i was already instructed the prosecution to proceed with the investigation into this case according to the applicable laws in preparation to reaching all the facts and bringing more be perpetrators to justice in order to bear the facts to live probably. the interrogation here in the chamber splits along broadly partisan lines close allies of saudi arabia chose to simply patting them on the back and encourage them
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to continue the existing progress of reform but what was really interesting was the history teacher allies such as the united kingdom and the united states pointedly make reference to the gym out g murder and to criticize a broad raft of other problems that they see with saudi arabian human rights record . united kingdom of great be concerned about the deteriorating human rights situation in saudi arabia progress on women's rights has been overshadowed by severe constriction of political space mass arrests of human rights defenders increased use of terrorist courts to political dissidents and continuing extensive use of the death penalty but most concerning is the murder of the mountain and it was indicative i think of a greater willingness here to hold saudi arabia to account for a whole raft of issues that the international community is concerned about on the back of the murder of her mouth shut and the final report when it comes we very interesting to read in the still to come around is there ryanair comes under fire
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