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tv   The Cure Revisited 2018 Ep 6  Al Jazeera  November 10, 2018 8:33am-9:00am +03

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stole remains largely invisible. currency command office as registered. to migrants from the cold but it's unclear just how many might have died because nobody is really keeping track of the deaths or the missing along these routes. and there's little formal help along the way. you can use this to cover your nose mouth and neck the colombian red cross set up an assistance point at the start of the trick here migrants receive help in health services but the most important thing is information but of course. they don't know what they have to face or where to go most have never crossed the border but by the end of the day leon and her group reach the top of the mountain there's nowhere to stay and temperatures are dropping by the minute. and soldiers help lidiane in haiti get a lift to the closest city the rest decide to continue on foot that's
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a good thing you must have faith that will work on the boat i will sleep tonight they don't know but with no other option they can only press on i listen to them. are they willing. now scientists are preparing to file lasers into space to shift some of the one hundred seventy million pieces of manmade daybreak obit in the earth the cosmic lot of poses a constant threat to satellites spacecraft and potentially people on earth and a home has more on the space junk clean up. we've been launching things and people into space since nineteen fifty seven satellites be a favorite programs spacecraft to explore the unknown people to take our first deep and in the more than sixty years of space exploration with managed to leave behind around one hundred seventy million bits of junk to give you
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a sense of just how big the problem is take a look at this graph from scientists at the university of texas these orange dots a functioning satellites orbiting the earth every day everything else this sea of pink the below is daybreak junk basically some of it's tiny some of it says big as a bus all of it's hurtling around the earth at speeds in excess of twenty seven thousand kilometers an hour crisscrossing at different orbits and on a potential collision course with the things and people that we want up there. scientists warn it has the potential to create a string of catastrophic even unstoppable collisions that could read up parts of space unusable nesa scientists donald case the first identified the scenario thirty years ago scientists have been trying to come up with ways to clean up after ourselves if a sentence has the predicted that when the population density of space debris
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reaches a certain point it will start to self and start multiplying by itself and we're seeing the beginnings of that we see greece a number of satellite collisions. through core you know the best minds on the planet in this to mine we have another ten years we could be very lucky and have twenty years or twenty five we could be very unlucky and it could happen tomorrow scientists are making progress with innovative ways to clear the class but none of it's ready to launch just yet that's where a new use of well established laser technology comes in ataman astray leah working with the experts from around the world is preparing to fire high powered lasers to blast space debris away to a safer orbit yes it is rather cool using simple high browed lasers to gently know which name to side gently gently match the space race one would lead to another we don't have a solution for space to bring out we have means to reduce the scale of the problem
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and defer the doomsday event so we get more time space based laser technology dates back to the one nine hundred seventy s. and now has a myriad of applications that already make a real difference to us down here on earth but it's this latest use of laser ranging technology to clean up the cosmic junkyard around our planet that's capturing global attention it's the biggest clean up if it ever the same and this corner of the universe at least medium hond al-jazeera. doesn't have a short break here. when we come back. stay with us.
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want. thank you very much well it's the biggest state in south america's football calendar the final of the cost limits of doris but this year it's not just another finalists who have the biggest rivals in the game meet in that city like final option seen as pocket genius at seeking on that one is aries rivals river plights the reports. never before in the fifty eight year old competition of two teams from the same country met in the latin america's gordie's final that has happened this between two of the world's greatest rival was in peak condition is a football fans green. in the last few months river have improved
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a lot unbeaten for a long time they've got a well balanced team and must be strong contenders baka though they were better than river in the semifinals. junior is a six times witness the first game will be played in a daunting stadium before some of the world's most passionate and expectant fans. every block a fan has dreamt of a final against riva plight and what could be better than an international told went it's a dream come true. the ultimate i'll be in the clouds i'd rather win this in the national championship or see argentina win the world cup at ground ten times the size could not accommodate all of the baucus fans and the frustration is tangible number one already i mean one side of a divided city a divided country outside the people who don't have club juniors in the working class area of one of cyrus a stark contrast to here just fifteen kilometers
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a world away river plate known as the millionaire set in the affluent known yes neighborhoods a clash of styles of culture and history three times with his of the river plate of some catching up to do he's a not the only two clubs in one of cyrus although it sometimes feels that way so why such intense rivalry. as they were neighbors then became big clubs that began to win championships at the same time that's where the rivalry was born then they've always been office it's river the million is for the people at the dreams and expectations this side of when osiris a no that's intense i want i want boca do you want to know why i've lived the good and the bad with river relegation when we always be book. i've been coming here for forty years and this would be the best deal in my life i was historic it's what i want more than anything in life hopefully will do it i the phrase it's only football has never resonated in
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argentina least of all now they calling it the mega final the super super classical they don't know what soap. well there it's more good juniors versus river plate in the libretto toward its final game ask get s.j. what more could you want. to enshrine there are two zero one of cyrus. french champions perry son jamaal have admitted some of their scouts did racially profile players when deciding whether to recruit them for the club by collecting personal information about an individual's rights religion or ethnicity is illegal in france are investigating why the practice was allowed to carry on until early this year in regions outside of paris the french website media part made the claims after publishing leaked documents or in a statement pierce she said it reaffirms its firm combination of all forms of discrimination racism or ethnic monitoring forms with a legal consent were used by the training census department responsible for players
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counting outside the il de france region these forms were introduced at the sole personal initiative of the head of this department's. aspirants of china's you have staged a stunning comeback to win the african champions league subtly win the second leg of their final against alley of egypt three nails finished up as full three aggregate winners it's their third champions league title and first since twenty eleven now planned exhibition match in saudi arabia between the world's top two tennis players has been called off not djokovic had been due to face rafa nadal in late december but an ankle injury means nadal won't be fits the pair were under pressure to cancel a concert after the murder of journalist janaki shoji in the saudi consulate in east ample should be fine of women's team tennis is lost yet more star power the czech republic's petrik of its a has pulled out of saturday's singles matches against the united states due to illness garner press giver is already out of the
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prog of an injury while sloane stephens and serena williams are among the big name absences for the u.s. . yeah offensively i'm not able to play tomorrow we decided yesterday after practice today down in a bad and i stay there i had a little bit of us as waste and bad and when i stated what i said today as mentors and young first and last week i had antibiotics but i'm not still really a century from home and pretty cool got it in need for big win in the opening game of the women's see twenty world cup she's taking place in the west indies the indian camps and became just the third woman say one hundred in the world t twenty match one hundred and three helping india to score one hundred ninety four for five in guyana in reply to new zealand weather well short finished up one hundred sixty for nine india winning by thirty four votes. england's long run without a test when away from home is comes one end after thirteen when overseas matches
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that sri lanka in goal in the first test of this series one hundred seem a chasing unlikely victory target of four hundred and sixty so we're now it's at four wickets and gently each three extra langkow a ball down that c. one hundred fifty on day four that gave england victory by sea hundred and eleven runs. across the board when it comes to international test cricket it's not just those it's not like we're the only side that struggles away from home it's very difficult to win test matches abroad now and i think that's makes even sweeter when you when you do come to very difficult venues like go in and manage to win games and pakistan of level the three much won by series with new zealand by chase down a victory saga of two hundred seven with ten hours to spare in abu dhabi. early drawn at the world chess championship final involving american actor woody harrelson he was employed to sprinkle a bit of stardust at the start of the london encounter between reigning champion
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magnus carlsen of norway and his u.s. challenger fabiana carolina are also my first not so i was working and then move the wrong pace this is the first game in a best of twelve contest ok that is i suppose looking for now more lighter andy thank you very much wants it from me down jordan for this news but don't go away because not back in a moment with more of the day's news. a journey of personal discovery about has. the soviet rule has shaped the present day georgia if you people who shoot your past you will never have
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a future in government buildings and then mourn your rents they seemed to inspire all the doors always been mean to show your own people they are small algis there is time enough to let me it's a examines the cultural influences of the soviet union al-jazeera correspondent the soviet skaar. al-jazeera is a very important force of information for many people around the world when all the cameras are gone i'm still here to go into areas that nobody else is going to talk to people that nobody else is talking to and bringing that story to the forefront. eradicating leprosy in cambodia relies on education on treatment in equal measure on don't fall on him but he early you know disability yes jail until three year old four year more he'll have this ability to play east coast and in no way the next
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generation of antibiotics may just be way taking at the bottom of the ocean maybe in this budget as it is hope so. revisited on al-jazeera. a congress divided between democrats and republicans. what does it mean for america and the world in these remaining two years of donald trump's presidency. find out on al-jazeera. just signed. a proclamation asylum for changing the rules president bush is a mode of limiting the right to seek asylum but faces a legal challenge to his plans.
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down jordan this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up a new twist in sri lanka's political crisis as the president dissolves ollivant with stop elections to follow. at least twenty one people are killed and down them compliment tanks in the somali capital mogadishu. go go go go go. hurry up people go on the raging wildfires in california forced thousands of people from their homes and destroyed an entire town. welcome to the program the un's refugee agency is in the united states to ensure that people escaping violence or persecution are given protection under international law it follows a new order from president trump barring people who enter the u.s. illegally from claiming asylum when his move is aimed at thousands of people from central america currently making their way to the u.s.
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border white house correspondent kelly holcomb reports. for years u.s. law allowed those fleeing persecution to seek asylum in the united states were guard lists of how they entered the country no longer i just signed. the proclamation asylum again i reiterate we need democratic votes using executive powers president donald trump has reduced the number of asylum claims now mandating a claim can only be considered if a person entered the united states through a legal checkpoint. the presidential proclamation is trump's latest response to a caravan of migrants headed to the united states thousands of u.s. soldiers have been deployed to the border to discourage a flood of illegal entries trumps also cast doubt on claims migrants are fleeing persecution in their home countries a condition of asylum and the reason this is happening is we've created such
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a successful country economically that everybody is flooding used to our country with refugees the white house is defending what immigration activists say is trump's latest draconian immigration policy but like the travel ban implemented early and presidency the white house argues the changes are necessary for u.s. national security the travel ban was tossed out of lower federal court challenges but ultimately prevailed at the supreme court the highest court in the united states the white house argues after decades of congressional failures to reform immigration the expansion of executive power is justified. simply by his unilateral decree to go to congress. whatever. unilaterally change. the white house is already preparing for more legal challenges but believes it will ultimately win with the support of the
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president's newest supreme court justice brett kavanaugh now. on the bench the president's effort to end an obama era program for the children of illegal immigrants now adults to go to school and work is also mired in the courts but the president says as it heads now to the supreme court he is hopeful for what he calls a fair decision on his hardline immigration policy kimberly helped get al jazeera the white house when as you heard there president trump is asking the supreme court to examine the immigration policy known as dhaka an appeals court in california upheld an earlier ruling to keep the program which protects young undocumented immigrants from wants to scrap the scheme set up under president obama it prevents the deportation of undocumented immigrants who enter the u.s. as children and gives them with them it's.
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turkish police are officially ending the search for these body but the criminal investigation into the saudi journalist met a continued use sources of told al jazeera the traces of acid were found at the saudi consulate general jones events in istanbul that's near the saudi consulate she was killed in october the second it's believed his can is disposed of the body using chemicals as there was dry the child has more now from istanbul. with this latest bits of information on some of the question or of where is the body of the late journalist there are still several other questions that remain unanswered not least who gave the order for the assassination of the journalist who is implicated in its and why the saudi authorities despite officially claiming that they would cooperate with their turkish counterpart so far have not only refused but possibly even tried to tamper with the ongoing investigation namely sending in chemical
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experts to destroy evidence but also refusing to allow for that cycle sorties to search once again the consul general's home after they had managed to get those samples of chemicals as well as i said in the well in the garden of the consul general of the turks have been requesting for several on several occasions over the past few weeks to be allowed to enter again the saudis have refused to another big question is the residents of that home the consul general himself why did the saudis feel the need to whisk him away essentially take him away for extract him from turkey despite the fact that the authorities here in istanbul explicitly said that they would like to speak to him he's not only a witness to what's happened inside he was in contact and in touch with jamal khashoggi prior to the journalist entering the consulate and also you obviously the evidence in terms of the destruct well what is possibly believed to have happened to his body was collected in his home there are questions whether he is allowed to
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talk whether he is under some sort of controlled or house arrest in saudi arabia or even possibly something much worse a lot of people now wondering whether the turkish authorities will be allowed to question him as a key witness to this. after two weeks of turmoil there's been another twist in sri lanka's political power struggle president zuma sena has dissolved parliament clearing the way for a snap election two years ahead of schedule where problems began on october the twenty six for the president fired his prime minister running with promising them replaced him with mahinda rajapaksa an ex-president accused of war crimes well since his ousting welcome a single has refused to leave his residence saying the move to fire him is unconstitutional and illegal. well the move to dissolve parliament came hours after the president's party admitted it could not muster enough votes to nominate rajapaksa well fernandes has more now from colombo. the dissolving of parliament by president my three policy restrain another board out of the blue two weeks after he
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started off this constitutional crisis by sacking his prime minister and of the commissioner and appointing the former president mind the rajapaksa as his successor now the many people had been saying there should be a floorboard parliament should be reconvened because the ousted prime minister claimed that he still held on the parliamentary majority he had the support in parliament and he challenge the appointment of mind rajapaksa which was which he said was against the constitution the president had seemed to bow down to pressure and brought the date forward as to when parliament would sit that being the fourteenth of november next wednesday but in recent days we've heard problems and the government seeming to have problems making up that magic one hundred thirty number which would give them a majority in the two hundred twenty five seat assembly now the nineteenth amendment of this country's constitution brought in by the citizen a government expressly forbids the president from dissolving parliament less than
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four and a half years into its term this dissolution comes way ahead of that it's one year and three months before that number and critics are up in arms they've said this is against a constitution it's antidemocratic the ousted prime minister's party has already decried it and said they will meet the election commission of tomorrow morning and challenge that so we're bound to see this is not the end of this issue. a bomb and gun attack has killed at least twenty one people in the somali capital mogadishu witnesses say a gunman tried to storm a hotel when the bombs went off a warning some of the images and poacher divisions report may be disturbing. the car bombs exploded simultaneously near a hotel and a police department headquarters in the capital mogadishu one of the three bombs ripped apart a minibus victims' bodies were scattered on the street. and i pulled many dead bodies from the burning cars one of the cars exploded next to a public transportation vehicle and there were many people in it he said including
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women and children but the number of casualties is unknown as bodies are still being pulled from the burning cars. witnesses say a gunman tried to storm the whuffie hotel by blowing up its security wall security forces reportedly killed the gunman before they managed to enter the hotel. and he got it was three huge explosions up to now we had am an ambulance carried thirteen wounded people and four dead bodies but we still don't know the exact number of dead it may be more than thirty percent for that of the armed group al-shabaab is claiming responsibility for the attack it's been trying to oust the un backed government for over a decade al shabaab has carried out deadly attacks against high profile targets including hotels and checkpoints in the capital and other cities. on al jazeera. time for a short break here al-jazeera when we come back a new offensive to retake a major port city in yemen from who think rebels as the u.n. again warns of a humanitarian crisis. i hope to god nobody will send me any more prayers
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i want control no more. another mass shooting leads to calls for gun control in the u.s. but it's unclear whether congress is misting more in the statements. from the waves of the sounds. to the contours of the east. hello we've got some wet weather in the forecast for central parts of china and down towards the southwest a fair amount of cloud just around the gulf of tonkin northern parts of vietnam hong kong should stay largely fine and settled north easterly winds coming in here twenty seven celsius chance of a few showers there into taiwan the wet weather will be into central parts of china saturday and going on into sunday maybe just flooding
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a little further southwards in the process and as that wet weather still of it was northern parts of vietnam sunshine and showers into the philippines quite a rash of showers actually right across southeast asia usual heavy downpours there in the heat of the day could be affecting a good part of malaysia more so rather late peninsular back up towards thailand it's been a pretty wet week and there's a lot of these showers well are still in place hopefully not quite as heavy as they have been recently and they're tending to nudge a little further westward sainted a ship could see some wet weather some heavy rain there coming into the carteret around thirty two celsius with big downpours from time to time some thunder showers here thundery showers continue for southern parts of the bin go still a few showers there in for lanka not as bad as it has been over the past few days but the showers close by never the.


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