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at the screening site they're located between the border areas between the odyssey in south sudan and uganda and south sudan they are a extremely hard to reach a deal too complex a security situation and extremely poor infrastructure so these two are the major challenge that we face in terms of stepping up. gaining access and maintaining access for continued. disease prevention and preparedness activities the authorities in a state they're trying to raise awareness to make it easier for people to get screened we have been advocating so much for people particularly those who are in the congo dearest see to make sure not to use will freeze all channels where the screaming points so that the come to those points i would work of course over still the fierce most of them used to moves on but it is a challenge but we keep getting that we really need to use the offshoots because we don't have only got one city to set up screaming all those porous borders ilia has
been screened and assured but it claims more victims in the democratic republic of congo and fighting continues to cut off access to border points in south sudan there are concerns if the disease spread aid workers here in a will have to step up from a position of preventing it to one of containing at morgan al-jazeera the arab or state a top executive from the chinese tech giant who are way who's facing extradition to the us is suing the canadian government among one jos lawyers say her rights were violated when she was detained and questioned in vancouver last december or attorneys say she believes she was undergoing a routine customs check last week started the process to extradite her to the u.s. where she's accused of violating washington sanctions on iran. will need to negotiate a coalition government if she is to become a stone is first female prime minister center right opposition party pulled off a surprise a lot. when but fell short of a majority
a reform party won with almost thirty percent of the vote the far right to immigrant conservative people's party doubled its vote to come in third over the two major parties have ruled out form a government with. malaysia's government says it's considering new proposals to resume the search for flight m h three seventy five years after it vanished two hundred thirty nine people on board families and friends of the missing are been gathering to mark the anniversary the malaysia airlines flight was on its way from kuala lumpur to beijing when air traffic control lost contact the plane's disappearance triggered the most extensive search in aviation history astronauts onboard the international space station have labeled the docking of a space x. capsule the first day of a new era the unmanned dragon capsule is the first u.s. made spacecraft designed for crew to arrive at the station in almost a decade it could be carrying nasa astronauts into orbit later in the year it is on the. three. right here.
when space x. is unmanned dragon capsule launched from cape canaveral on saturday it was a high stakes mission twenty seven hours later the capsule with only a test dummy on board slowly approach international space station when he successfully docked nasa and space x. declared a new era in commercial space travel to capture. the program. well emotionally exhausted. because. stressful. but it worked. it's been eight years since american astronauts last launched into space from u.s. soil but space x. hopes to change that the dragon capsule were main in place until friday got it and docks in ames for a splash down in the atlantic and other vital tests for the program the next mission from space x. will be a test of the capsules high altitude
a book capabilities safety system designed to get astronauts out of the way if there's a problem during launch after that will come the real milestone in july space x. plans to send two astronauts into space potentially ending years of the u.s. relying on other countries to get humans to the international space station and to gallacher al-jazeera. well the us was the last major nation to form invasive testing on chimpanzees and fetching them with hiv aids tuberculosis and other diseases it stopped in twenty fifteen because of concerns about animal cruelty. of living out their days in the lab the chimps have gone into retirement and the new home john hendren has the story. for mankind's closest relative. this is the reward for a life of service. they've been infected with hiv tuberculosis and other diseases and tested it medical labs across the united states now julius in two hundred sixty eight other chimpanzees are living
a life of leisure at louisiana's chin pavan the world's largest chimp retirement home. they get treatments for the usual ailments for the elderly. kidney failure with the liver insufficiency arthritis. and they get specialized medical care and the occasional healthy treat. they are living out the chimp life they get to make choices they can decide if they want to be indoors or if they want to be outdoors. and have. three years after the u.s. government ended invasive testing on chimpanzees there are now more chimps here than in government funded laboratories. inching pavan is rapidly making room for the remaining one hundred eighty test chimps hey are you are ready for the release . of everything about. some labs had
insisted the chimp should be retired where they are in the labs that experimented on them but in october the u.s. national institutes of health decided that all chimps who are healthy enough to travel be brought here. this is a far cry from the lives chimpanzees lived in research labs instead of serving humankind with their bodies. others have never seen a tree you would think if you gave a chimp a tree they would climb it. sometimes fatally so to newcomers. behavior. when they arrived. and on the individuals. and with family.
their luck to be second place napoli as and the richest and reports. this was a game napoli how to win some and sign a faint hopes of catching events at the top of the table despite having home advantage napoli though were quickly on the back foot. with less than a third of the game played they were a man down the keeper alex marat sense often that challenge on cristiana rinaldo. the setback of his departure compounded by the resulting free kick marilyn piano is putting you for i want to up. in the concerts looked to be as good as over when emery chan made it to kneel before half time i. but the game turned around in the second half counted to a sense off after receiving a second yellow card. not police thrived in the ten a side environment i was a care home pulling a golf but. i. append then gave natalie the
chance to equalise but the runs are incendiary mr spock. and the game finished she won't see you very. then now sixteen points clear at the top and insights of an eighth straight title and the richardson al-jazeera. liverpool have missed the chance to regain a top spot in the english premier league clubs team was held to goalless draw away to local why this evidence the result means that they trailed manchester city by one point with nine matches to play the reds have only one to their last five games . i'm one hundred percent you know chance i know that and the whole said game by game by game my feeling gets better about the boys because they looked really ready for it so and today of course we didn't score that have. as much else they are now two points off the champions league places after beating for them and brendan rodgers has lost his first game in charge of leicester city they conceded late to
lose two one at watford. to lose it was just a piece of good movies that probably get better you know we were a point away from home he would have been a good job just to be a good place to come. to to lose it was obviously. shows a marina says he's flattered by report of a possible return to his former club real madrid president have yet about says that he would welcome morning you're back in the spanish top flight we'll have just been beaten twice by fierce rivals barcelona and less than a week. in relation to the words of mr tabor the league president i think is very flattering the fact that the names me has somebody that could bring something to is the leader is doing amazing work in spain and told to mention me. is very is very threatening. former manchester
united and arsenal star robin van persie has passed two hundred career goals and he did it in a spectacular fashion percy scored a hat trick of a fine or that and the club where he started his career is goals helping them beat f.c. him four nil in the league that plans to retire at the end of the season during his career van persie scored fifty international goals for the netherlands and won the english premier league with united. reigning m.l.s. champions atlanta united to have made a losing start to their new season they were beaten by wayne rooney's d.c. united atlanta keeper brad santa had a night to forget his mistake allowing the chance to score it finished two nil to d.c. . james harden dominated the another game for the houston rockets harden that
made six three pointers and scored fourteen or more points for the twenty fourth time this season this time out of forty two point lead his team to win over the boston celtics the rockets sit fifth in the western conference. of the detroit pistons that got the better of the toronto raptors in overtime at this game in detroit could be a first round match up in the eastern conference playoffs the distance that winning this encounter one hundred twelve one hundred seven. and goal for peace mitchell has shown the value of persistence in sport after ninety seven top level tournaments the american had finally a taste of victory at birdie on the final green at the honda classic in florida so the twenty seven year old win the title by a single stroke. is a very close and i let my emotions take over and today i brought you the first two holes like i'm not one this happened again i want to stick it out over you know
jews who have learned over the past couple years. i was able to do it i just part great coming down the stretch and that's it for me of course we'll have more for you later on but for now i'll hand you back to that summer thank you very much indeed and don't forget you can catch up with all the news on our web site the address there it is al jazeera dot com that's it for me daryn gotten to this news hour my colleague michele kerry is up next with more of the day's news.
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shot here this is al jazeera live from doha and also coming up. kurdish forces fighting the last i saw moments in syria are slowing down their operations are reports of civilians at risk. by protests in algeria as the president promises reforms once he's reelected for his fifth term. and the tornado hammers the american state of alabama killing at least twenty two people and leaving a trail of destruction. the war in syria crisis in the israeli palestinian conflict russia is playing an increasingly visible role in the middle east and north africa it sent foreign minister sergei lavrov to tour the region as first stop qatar where he just held a news conference in the last hour along the cotchery foreign minister sheikh mohammad been the rock when all funny. was joint press conference with the foreign
ministers of the countries he joins us now so how significant is it that my brothas is on this tour what is he trying to achieve. rochelle this is part of a russian push to further build bridges with. players in this part of the world some of these countries are some of the world's top producers and exporters of energy. this explains why the russians are willing to team up with qatar in the gas for further expand that partnership to tackle some of the issues that russia faces particular when it comes to the competition worldwide and a push by the americans to further. halt the flow of the russian gas in europe but russia and qatar need at the same time to overcome some of the differences they have particularly when it comes to syria qatar says that must go and that the
opposition along with other factions has come together and form a terms this unity government russia on the other hand insists that bashar assad should stay in power and the russians and the other syria's should decide his fate in the near future so we're talking about the need to build bridges against the backdrop of his differences let's listen to what. i had to say about the need to further expand the economic cooperation between russia and qatar. if you do this because the real re with our friends is a new to increase trade and economic ties we welcome the efforts some cooperation the next stage will take place in moscow and the april we highly value this relationship we value the cooperation between the russian government and the qatari investment agency. let's talk about the blockade of qatar because the day camera minister said there has been no progress made when it comes to that blockade what are they expecting in that regard from the russians if anything. it was interesting
during the press conference when she and her mother the man. foreign minister give us a clear indication that qatar does not expect to see any way out of this crisis any time soon he says the. country commands the statements made by the russian government into thousands and said seventeen of the start of the blockade imposed by saudi arabia the united arab emirates egypt and bahrain and qatar particularly when russia spoke about the need to respect the national sovereignty is of of the countries and also spoke against their interference in the national in the internal affairs of the country is now it remains to be seen whether russia would be able to step in and do what has eluded the americans in particular we took a week comes to coming up with a political settlement of this whole crisis but as you know the russians are
willing at the same time to further expand the relationships with different countries in the g.c.c. particularly when it comes to sandy arabia and i think this is the delicate balance that needs to strike just to give you an idea about how difficult that balance is going to be. when the announcement was made in two thousand and seventeen that russia was going to. the missile defense system us four hundred the saudis stepped in and launched a complaint and they asked the americans to do the best to prevent that from happening today the qatari foreign minister so this is not of saudi arabia's business that if the top is and the russians decide and i agree absolutely with the news to be this but she's with us for two or four hundred then so be it so this is going to be a very delicate balance for the russians to strike as they're trying to be young
their way in this region all right a life for us right here and thank you both sides for emphasizing the strength of the relationship between qatar and russia qatar has invested billions of dollars into the russian economy and it recently finalized an eleven point five billion dollars deal to acquire nearly twenty percent of russia's state oil company rosneft the relationship is stepped up since saudi arabia the u.a.e. arraign and egypt imposed a blockade on qatar in two thousand and seventeen russia has consistently call for an end to the crisis through negotiations and in october russian kawthar signed a number of agreements on military and technical operation kurdish forces in syria say they are slowing down their offensive against isis last held area to protect civilians u.s. backed syrian democratic forces launched their final push into the village of a bruise on friday or salt was held up as tens of thousands of people fled to safety over the past several weeks but they say there is still
a small number of civilians being held as human shields by isis fighters santa has more from beirut. there's no independent confirmation on how many civilians are left in the bar and who those people are are they family members of fighters who refused to leave or are they yazeed these who were captured by eisel in iraq a few years back and i saw this keeping these people inside as human shields when when the. announced a final assault late on friday there was a pause in the fighting for at least a week because thousands and thousands of people were evacuated from a lot of them family members women and children and they were all taken to the camp a further north and has a key province so the fighting really created a humanitarian emergency aid agencies have been struggling at least eighty people most of them infants they were they died as a result of malnutrition as a result of hypothermia as they made their way to the camp and after arriving at
the camp no doubt losing it would mean the end of my sil's self declared caliph it but the armed group suffered major territorial losses back in two thousand and seventeen when it lost major cities with the last of. i still will remain a security threat many agree that they will they will just come back and fight another day because many of them managed to slip into iraq and a lot of others are in the remote desert in eastern syria so while the so-called calif it would come to an end no doubt the armed group will remain a threat algeria's eighty two year old president has formally put his name forth for a fifth term in office adele's his beautifully to has been facing growing protests against as role he has tried to appease algerians promising electoral reforms if he wins next month's vote has the latest. demonstrators march
into the night in protest against jewish longtime arena. al-jazeera contant apparently ferry five this pictures posted on social media showing hundred. s. . earlier students told the president it's time to go the protesters wanted the constitutional court to stop but to flick a stand in for a fifth term in next month's election in response to the protests beautifully because campaign manager it signaled the president will not rule for long if he wins a post election where in one year there was some in one doubt i pledge to organize early elections to be set up by the independent national conference i pledged not to be a candidate in that election. before that announcement police fired water cannon in the capital as crowd swelled the protests have been echoed in places like france thousands demonstrated in paris on sunday as well as in other cities we are all
mobilizing through for example today being many be going up against the fifth mandate but also against the system they have taken our country away from a president but a freak of his eighty two has used a wheelchair since suffering a stricken twenty thirteen and is rarely seen in public to recently travel to switzerland for medical checks on saturday he sacked his veteran campaign manager possibly a tactic to calm the growing protest movement the day before tens of thousands of people took to the streets in the capital and in towns across our area the protests represent the biggest challenge to put to flick israel since the twenty four thousand election which was denounced by the opposition but analysts say this is different to the protests during the arab spring i don't think there is the anger and hostility against the president which you saw in egypt that he did hope to heal the wounds of the civil war he has he has brought some measure of prosperity but he
can't buy off the votes is because the economy is is crumbling. in algeria half the population is under thirty and calls for protests on social media have resonated particularly with young algerians to struggle to find employment and now that i'm going to sustain the protests. israel's prime minister has ordered the demolition of the homes of two palestinians killed by israeli forces in the occupied west bank israeli military says the two were killed after they attempted to drive a car into the israeli soldiers in this village of call for an inmate west of romola but locals say it was merely a car accident one person was injured in the vehicle medical reports say two soldiers were wounded one of them seriously. and west jerusalem which has been providing consular services to palestinians has been absorbed by the new u.s. embassy to israel the controversial decision to turn them into
a single diplomatic mission was announced in october by u.s. secretary of state might pay oh the consulate's been in place for nearly one hundred seventy five years and acts as a de facto u.s. embassy for palestinians many palestinians consider the move a downgrade and diplomatic relations still ahead on al-jazeera rescue teams try to reach tens of thousands of people cut off by devastating floods across afghanistan and pakistan where one of italy's richest regions for anti immigration policies thrive but migrant labor is key to the economy. hello there we've been seeing some wet weather over parts of japan recently we look at the satellite picture we can see the cloud here it's working away from the korean peninsula now but making its way across honshu it will continue its journey
there and as we head into lunchtime on cheese day it should be fine enjoy from a status in japan a temperature in tokyo of around fourteen degrees towards the west is a little bit milder in beijing will be up to sixty but watch this area of cloud here it's going to be working its way across shanghai and eventually making its way towards japan probably reaching us late on wednesday and as we head into this day and a feather towards the south and there's plenty of wet weather harry's stretching from the southeast all the way up toward shanghai heaviest every part of the hunan province and up towards young shoe that system is gradually sinking its way southwards as we head into wednesday so we're likely to see a few outbreaks of rain in hong kong a bit further towards the south the moon majority of the showers at the moment the southern part of our map so they hit every part of java through borneo and into some much further north it's largely looking fine and dry for us in parts of thailand cambodia and into vietnam pleasant to thirty degrees thirty three degrees there and in city for the philippines though there's more.