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so we'll see. the entrance to the city was horrific they killed people in the streets indeed and the police say an arab perspective would be sold one. this time on the. foreign ministry accuses europe of timing a blind eye to the murder of saudi journalist jamal khashoggi. hello i'm maryam namazie and london you're with al-jazeera also coming up. twelve dead in heavy fighting on the outskirts of the vital yemeni port of data ahead of a cease fire is set to start on tuesday. growing
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discontent in hungary where thousands have been protesting against vick to ban and labor reforms dubbed the slave little. as an old putting count as president reluctantly reinstates the prime minister he had almost two months ago. turkey's foreign minister has accused many european countries of tunning a blind eye to the mud of jamal khashoggi speaking at the doha for a measure that. said the freedom of the press was at stake following the brutal murder of the saudi journalist in istanbul in october un chief antonio good terrorists also said there needs to be a credible investigation saying holder has the latest. it's been almost three months since she was killed inside the saudi consulate in istanbul turkey continues to accuse saudi arabia of trying to cover up the crime because of its lack of
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transparency in the investigation turkey is also frustrated with what it sees as an action on the part of the west many european countries who are promoting the freedom of media for freedom of the expression are closing their eyes and this country and the politicians you know you see this statement putting some sanctions on the people who are already in prison who will never be visiting those countries calls are now growing louder for an international investigation what we have said since the beginning is it's absolutely essential to have a credible investigation and to the punishment of those that were killed. turkey has recently said there are discussions about opening an international investigation because a lack of cooperation from saudi arabia is blocking progress present are gone doesn't know that that does not that he can't do this alone he does need the backing up and the full force of the international arena we do see the west trying
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not to be in wild with this but as we see that we also see present i don't want pushing this i'm not letting it go so she's killing sparked international outrage and condemnation but there has been little action against saudi arabia a un investigation would according to experts put more pressure on riyadh but there needs to be is to national political. findings of this mission is not binding for both parties so this the shortcoming of this very winding missions are. high level of cooperation this has this such front cummings has. existed when it comes to the international commission want to enter to do myanmar that has been established by the united nations human rights commission and myanmar government has refused to enter the country for the investigators
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a position saudi arabia is likely to take it insists it will handle the case on its soil turkish officials are growing impatient with what they describe as a lack of seriousness on the part of saudi authorities even president pressure tell you a border guard has been more outspoken he used to ovoid mentioning muhammad bin sound man by name he has now criticized the saudi crown prince's explanation honest she's killing and accuse those who took an active part in the murder of being his closest aides turkey is not softening its stance but it continues to tread carefully to maintain ties with saudi arabia but pursuing an international investigation would hurt that relationship and for their al-jazeera istanbul. what about the dos summit turkey's foreign minister was challenged on his country's handling of the khashoggi case and its own record on press freedom after a crackdown on the media which is seen many journalists jailed many in saudi arabia
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and elsewhere have said that really president everyone is milking this and that it is politically motivated how do you respond to that because there is no doubt that turkey's record when it comes to freedom of the press and journalists is quite dire well turkey is coveted to freedoms that's why are there one transformed this country and the reform process in turkey has been defined as sinus revolution in turkey he's the same person we are the same party same government we are committed to that but in last five years you know the trauma that we have actually face and. the challenges that we have been facing including the atlanta and some of the journalists also actively in involving the attempted coup. well a kurdish armed group has claimed responsibility for a car bomb attack in the northern syrian city of free and which killed eight people a group calling itself the wrath of all of its operation room says it carried out
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the attack on a market near a protest the rebel post it comes days after turkey's president threatened to launch a new offensive into parts of northern syria controlled by u.s. backed kurdish fighters as the white beachy turkey says the wrath of olives is a branch of the white b.g. group which it considers terrorist. on now at least twelve people have died and twenty five others have been wounded in the latest outbreak of violence around yemen's for city of data. you see rebels in saudi backed government forces have been fighting south and east of the data throughout saturday night and into sunday afternoon it comes just two days before cease fire deal agreed to u.n. talks in sweden is set to be implemented for says he processes about seventy percent of the country's food aid and other imports is considered a lifeline. and he say they are ready to begin the truce. on the market for
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computer parts of the day it will be the eighteenth of this month it will be the start of the cease fire in the studio for data we do know that right now on the ground there is an escalation of fighting there are air strikes there were tons of them yesterday which means they are not dealing positively with this agreement. well the u.n. secretary general has warned that much worse lies in store for yemen unless its warring sides reach a peace deal so the number of people in need of aid will continue to rise if there is no end to the conflict. declaration of feminine is a technical declaration that relates to a number of indicators. and sometimes people think that effect at famine is not that late it doesn't that means that people are not suffering no there is a high level of hunger in yemen we are supporting eight million people with food in yemen and we assume that if the humanitarian situation does not improve will be
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supporting forty million people next year and that is indeed how you get in yemen that is extremely worrying the question of calling it feminism's i said distinctly technical seemed related to a number of images but emitters but the effect that was not declared does not in any way. diminish is a huge concern with the very high level of hunger that exists in in yemen with the number of people dying in very dramatic circumstances and with the effect that to be adults because we will be facing in two thousand and nineteen much worse situation than today. thousands of people have braved the cold in protest and hungary's capital budapest
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against controversial new laws passed by the right wing government sunday's rally is the fourth demonstration this week against critics of dubbed the slave law which was passed by prime minister viktor orban on wednesday rallies have been organized by opposition party student groups and civilians well the new labor legislation hikes a minimum annual overtime hours employers can demand from two hundred fifty to four hundred hours they're also angry about new measures which have which set up administrative courts to oversee sensitive cases involving elections and public procurement rights groups say this could lead to greater government interference in justice matters many are already concerned the prime minister or ban is eroding the country's legal system and press freedom. because the force on the court the good of the first with the government taking people savings with the mandatory pension saving firms then it continued with restructuring the media in hungary at that time nobody thought that newspapers would be shut down here again in the twenty first
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century we have unfortunately reached the point where the government interferes with almost every part of people's everyday life in cultural administration labor and health care and in that look at the i think i'd like to live in a country where i can freely decide what i can do and no decisions are made above my head. and all the stories of following more than five thousand far right protesters have marched in the center of belgium's capital against a un pact on migration police used tear gas and water cannon to disperse them the agreement was ratified by a hundred sixty four member countries in morocco last wait it aims at making migration safe and more legal but it's been a divisive issue some european countries are worried the deal will curb their ability to shape immigration policies. well now to georgia where the first woman president has been sworn in with a vow to reconcile political divisions in the country so many defeated rival say in
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elections last month which the opposition said were rigged international observers said that and on the same use of state resources away from the ceremony scuffles broke out as police blocked the shot stay on his supporters from entering the city of television where the inauguration was being held. they've taken away our state then they've just taken away our elections no they are taking away our freedom of movement that's what's happening and we're going back to the ninety's. it's up should be shameful well to ukraine now where the first services have been held in the country's new orthodox church which confirmed its historic split from russia on saturday. is seen by ukraine is vital to its security and independence but it strongly opposed by moscow and growing anti russian sentiment and ukraine since russia annexed crimea in two thousand and fourteen ukraine's president had made the
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creation of a new church a campaign issue the family of a seven year old guatemalan girl who died in u.s. custody is disputing the official story lawyers for jacqueline calls family say the child was in good health as she traveled through mexico with her father u.s. border patrol agents at the go was dehydrated when she was taken into custody she was taken to hospital but later died an official cause of death has not been released. now the top democrat in the u.s. senate says the federal judge who ruled that a bomb mackerras unconstitutional has a history of making quote wacky decisions on friday a court in texas found a change in tax or last year invalidated the entire fordable care act by eliminating a penalty for not having health insurance but chuck schumer says he's hopeful the courts will shoot down the ruling on appeal. not only would people with preexisting conditions not be covered can you imagine
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a parent little girl little boy who has cancer and the insurance company says you're out because your child has cancer it's too expensive for us that's devastating the good news is that the judge seemed way off the deep end and i am going to ask senators democrats and republicans to intervene in the case when it is appealed and said the judge was totally off base and the judge use what's called legislative intent what the legislature was thinking so they found a judge who they know makes a lot of wacky decisions in west and i think wichita falls texas and they went into his court but it has to be appealed first to the court of appeals and then the supreme court and i am very hopeful that the courts would shoot it down so i had fully on the program this is such waters this is purely for those there's no way as a catch why fishing rights improving us literary subject as bret's a negotiation has dragged on. and the band rebranding hong kong's flexible friend
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as a building material for the environmentally conscious. to welcome back to international weather forecasts we're here across europe we are looking at some very rainy weather here across parts of italy as well as towards croatia and in some of those higher elevations that means we are going to be seeing snow here on monday that system is going to be moving quite quickly down here towards the southeast really affecting greece over the next couple days with some windy conditions as well so we watching that also over here towards the north though it is going to be quite cold for parts of russia with moscow is going to be seeing about minus ten degrees over here towards key of your high is only going to be minus six and now here towards the west we're looking at another system coming in off the atlantic with some very windy conditions not only for the u.k.
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but also down here towards parts of portugal as well well for the northern part of africa bad for most of the areas but where we are going to see the weather is out here towards the east along the coastal areas anywhere from parts of libya all the way over here towards cairo we are going to see some windy conditions along the coast maybe some rain affecting parts of the eastern mediterranean as well then as we go towards tuesday things get a little bit worse that air low pressure really begins to affect much of that coastal region but out here towards the west we're looking quite nice anywhere along the coast from morocco over here towards algiers with attempt to there of eighteen degrees in tunis well in quite nice view with a temperature of sixty degrees as well. xenophobic violent and beating the drum for an ethnic civil war in the heart of europe. al-jazeera in full treats one of the continent's fastest growing far right
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organizations and exposes links to members of the european parliament a marine le pen's national rally property generation a. part two of a special to vest a geisha on al-jazeera. welcome back a quick look at the top stories this hour now turkey's foreign minister has accused many european countries of turning a blind eye to the murder of jamal khashoggi speaking at the doha for a magnet for soldiers said the freedom of press was at stake. at least twelve people have died in the latest outbreak of violence around yemen's
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port city of the data has been heavy fighting between hoofy rebels and government forces before a crucial cease fire is due to come into force on cheers day. and thousands of people have been protesting in hungary's capital budapest against a controversial new law was passed by the right wing government they include a hike called working hours which critics have dubbed the slave bill. or now to a story we've been following from japan police say that more than forty people have been injured in an explosion at a restaurant the blast which happened in the northern city of sapporo calls a number of buildings to collapse police have sealed off the area as there are fears of more explosions but it's not known what caused the blasts. well now rondo wickramasinghe has been reappointed as his prime minister nearly two months after his dismissal set off a political crisis that paralyzed the country he took the oath of office before president my tree palace area sent to the man who sacked him al-jazeera has been
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alpha and is has more now from columbus. each. front of the commission has sworn in as prime minister by the president who sacked him fifty days ago. dang mama i don't want to come a verdict i'm starting my duties as prime minister the second thing is to name the cabinet today we're committing to first bring him back normalcy to the country and then bring back the veltman in the country video footage of the short ceremony in the president's office showed an awkward exchange. my policy to say and i had vowed never to reappoint become a singer even if all two hundred twenty five members of parliament asked for it saying he would not remain as president even an hour if you returned but serious in his bid to replace the man who helped make him president was struck down by the courts leaving him no choice the prime minister's supporters certainly felt so they made it clear when they cheered him on as he returned to meet them after taking the
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oath of office the fifth done he has done so for a reason is clear to history my nigga discontinuity model country. so that's a bridge read people are muslims it's a magazine a morning and she's brains intelligence and strength cannot be compared with anyone else in politics the mood here at the prime minister's official residence where he bunker down during the political crisis is jubilant but trying to become a singer knows he has his work cut out he said he will first work on restoring almost see and then start working on development regaining the premiership has been an enormous challenge for a new vicar missing but reestablishing a stable government to make the most of his remaining time in office will demand even more than half an end as al-jazeera colombo. the u.k. government says it's not planning to hold a second referendum on bracks it despite reports ministers are looking into the
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option this weekend britain's prime minister returned home empty handed from brussels after two days of bracks it talks with e.u. leaders to resume a was hoping for concessions to appease m.p.'s at home who are concerned about the past of the deal of focuses on the border between island and northern ireland. or fishing rights or one of the most contentious issues in bracks a negotiation the u.k. hopes to secure sole rights to fish in its territorial waters as denmark on the other side of the north sea is one of a number of countries opposing that flirt lon's park reports now in the danish harbor town of. much of the fish alfred fisk hanks who brings home in the middle of the night is called far from denmark shores it's from near the east of scotland where his family has been fishing for generations this is dutch waters this is here with orders to slow with their orders for this is the bridges so. the bricks if you mean european boats are no longer permitted to enter
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british waters where danish fishermen say they catch about forty percent of their fish when the fish the lower where the border is actually says so. some years to remember we do so for some years there in the british so and so obviously we will fish in the danish so that they have a tendency to move don't care about poultry. the fishing industry has found itself at the heart of the bracks it battle used as a symbol for everything that taking back control would be about during the two thousand and sixteen campaign but a few years later that from a sister and out to be a huge obstacle in negotiations. that left coastal communities who depend on fishing fearing for their life you woods. i think catastrophic we. can't live without access to british water. it will be kind of tough for battlefield come community. british goals to take back control of their waters after
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breck's it don't make sense to these fishermen as they say they've been fishing around the north sea even before european union existed. sanzio a type of fish historically and almost exclusively caught by danish fisherman in waters off the u.k. is brought to this factory here it's processed into fish meal and oil providing hundreds of jobs on this thank you yeah good if not the biggest in the world is one of the biggest in the world with a huge capacity and so on and it is the knowledge that has been the big not the food an awfully big deal think the year so far because it's a great importance for the people here in. denmark and other e.q. members want a deal between the european union and the u.k. that regen ice is the historical rights of their feet to fish in british waters they've been insisting on a trade off if the u.k. bars others from their waters they want to allow the british to sell fish freely in the e.u. markets where most of the cash goes to now there's
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a balance here we need to think about if you want to have access to markets your system we need to be able to communicate with people and have a fair discussion about things the final decision on who will be permitted to fish where has been deferred until further negotiations between the u.k. and the e.u. that could take years leaving fishing communities on both sides of the nurses on the hook. for announce for al-jazeera to put on denmark. when almost two hundred nations managed to agree on how to fight climate change at a cost twenty four summit on saturday the mood was one of euphoria but it day later many a warning that the hundred page rule book doesn't go far enough when it comes to tackling the urgent need to cut greenhouse emissions my own honda explains. and
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a great set of rolls may not sound very exciting but without them the hard fought for climate accord in paris three years ago was in danger of not being implemented at all it is so decide. every single nation one hundred ninety six of them managed to sis aside their differences and agree to is in poland by any measure that's a major achievement. the rulebook sits out how countries disclose their greenhouse gas emissions every nation has to do it everyone can see what the others are doing and that transparency translates into greater trust it sits out the rules by which we measure what's pumped into the atmosphere not everyone's been working by the same definitions or timeframes plus there's a system to measure the impact of a country's policies against the science the rule book also sits out of compliance make an ism to ensure everyone is doing what they say they are doing plus it offers
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flexibility to meet the different needs of developed and developing countries but there are problems when it comes to helping global warming the world's climate scientists agree the pledges made three years ago in paris just don't go far enough . on our current greenhouse gas emissions will hit one point five degrees celsius and around twelve years and soar past three degrees by twenty one hundred the head of the un antonio good ted has championed new tougher climate pledges those were parked for another day and countries just can't seem to quit dirty energy. there was anger when the united states and poland promoted the use of coal on the sidelines of the cop twenty four gathering and global c o two emissions are up for the second year in a row. a set of rules agreed by all nations is not to be dismissed and the text
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sets out the way forward for countries to commit to tougher emissions targets at a later date but as it stands it's just not enough to prevent irreversible damage to our planet within decay it's all now bamboo has been an integra part of hong kong's building industry for centuries it's strong and flexible and has multiple uses but it's now creating a waste problem so the government and a group of architects are trying to give the sustainable material a new lease of life as sarah clarke explains from hong kong its versatility and strength have helped it survive for centuries here in hong kong it's three times faster to build than steel and costs a fraction of the price but the laws state that each pole can only be used once every year five million poles end up in landfills with landfills at capacity the government has started
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a campaign to recycle the most important job that we are doing here is to promote reduction at tsotsis so if we can't do without it we instill in them a culture of less than five more that is unsafe more resources for our water that we all our next generation around fifty tonnes of used bamboo has been collected so far this year as well as public workshops design is being invited to use old poles to create new products showcasing the ancient material in a modern lives we already know everything we do says the first thing we're going to launch after that we launch the shoes we launch even allat like the fish at the tissue is made of bamboo five a bamboo has always had a reputation of being a temporary structure here in hong kong it's mainly used as scaffolding but it's most it's kind of volunteer and twice as strong as steel and it's increasingly being championed by architects as a move viable alternative in construction. i was search team at the chinese
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university of hong kong used techniques based on cantonese bamboo scaffolding craftsmanship to design this four story high pavilion it's one fifteen international architectural awards the team also wants to promote its environmental footprint as it were new natural resistance with a cultural push really becoming urgent you start to see that people have a regained interest in this material and a lot of research labs across the globe are starting to study it and see how it can be used in architecture based on its sustainability it's not surprising that the product market is growing rapidly bamboo being used to make everything from bottles to flooring even bikes i think it's really really been a major boost for bamboo. to highlight bumpier such a sustainable resource stuff we can actually use much the same patience that's help revive the bamboo industry and change traditional mindsets as well as put
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a price tag on what was once considered waste stair clock al-jazeera hong kong on our new zealand the space business after a private rocket company launched thirteen tiny satellites to study space they lifted off from the world's only private orbits the launch pad on the me here peninsula it's the first time now says but it's a private rocket put satellites into low earth orbit. well for centuries line hunting has been central to the messiah people of kenya as a rite of passage for young men but is the number of lines dwindles messiah groups have joined forces with conservationists to find alternatives this week they've been holding the messiah olympics. biennial tournament which protects animals and promotes sports the competition includes jumping contests a nod to the traditional eyesight downs javelin throwing and sprint races well done limping eight hundred meter champion david rudisha is leading the campaign to swap
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sparing the sport. the reason why we are being dismissed. to create these two sentences about the wildlife conservation we want to soften the vitamin by trying to encourage these young people to engage themselves in sports and activities that are more productive. just a quick recap of the top stories this hour now turkey's foreign minister is accused many european countries of turning a blind eye to the murder of jamal khashoggi speaking at the doha for. the freedom of the press was at stake following the brutal murder of the saudi journalist in istanbul in october. many european countries who are promoting the freedom of media through freedom of expression are closing their eyes and this country and the
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politicians you know you see this statement putting some sanctions on the people who are already in prison who will never be visiting dos countries. well to syria now where a kurdish group has claimed responsibility for a car bomb attack in the northern city of offering which killed eight people a group calling itself the wrath of olives operation or him says it carried out the attack on a market near a pro turkey rebel post now this comes days after turkey's president to unfriend to launch a new offensive into parts of northern syria controlled by u.s. backed kurdish fighters the white peachy turkey says the wrath of olives is a branch of the white b.g. group which it considers terrorist. at least twelve people have died and twenty five others have been wounded in the latest outbreak of violence around yemen's port city of data. the rebel said saudi backed government forces have been fighting south and east of her data from saturday night
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into sunday afternoon it comes just two days before a cease fire deal agreed to u.n. talks in sweden is set to be implemented and thousands of people have been protesting in hungary's capital budapest against controversial new laws passed by the right wing government they include a hike on working hours which critics have dubbed the slave law. or than five thousand far right protesters of march in the central belt belgium's capital against a u.n. pact on migration police used tear gas and water cannon to disperse them the agreement was ratified by one hundred sixty four member countries in morocco last week and right now we're missing or has been reappointed sri lanka's prime minister nearly two months after his dismissal set off a political crisis that paralyzed the country leaving it without a functioning government. talk to al-jazeera is next more news coming up after that twenty five minutes time.
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in war. as he. found it in nine hundred forty five the united nations struggles to keep up with the challenges of today's world. the un has been criticized for being ineffective in the crises of syria yemen and for example it's also come under fire off the many scandals including allegations of sexual misconduct by peacekeepers its leadership comus is change but katz one hundred ninety three member states come to a consensus on how to take the u.n. to the next level.


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