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but first five million young people will be entering the job market every year for the next five years here in the middle east counting the cost has been following one organization and its efforts to connect young men and women with jobs al-jazeera diana karim reports in arabic the words a lot like means your connection it's also the name of a kataria organization that aims to connect young people with employment opportunities in places such as yemen somalia and palestine so far so lots of has helped one million young people across the middle east and north africa find meaningful work it's chairperson her highness she. was in geneva this week to mark the tenth anniversary of select x. founding and to announce an ambitious new target in addition to the one million young people we have already connected with drops we now have committed with in
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place to connect another two million young men and women by twenty twenty two that's three million meaningful jobs and businesses thanks to silicon spartans but who was the more. i hear for of was the boys that we set a new target and it is the board of five million by twenty twenty two. so a lot of acts as a bridge connecting often disaffected youth with apprenticeships micro financing initiatives and partners who can teach them how to run a business. the hope is it will help them become financially independent to achieve their aspirations and make a positive contribution to the economic and social development of their community slaughtered wants to combat marginalize ation in extremism it says young people who have jobs feel more connected to society bringing security and peace to neglected communities. one of the main aims at the un in geneva this week was to attract new
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donors and strategic partners to helps a lot to deliver on its goal of helping five million young people within the next three years the region is already struggling to create enough jobs for its youth and the international monetary fund estimates twenty seven million young people will soon be looking for work while initiatives such a slow or important it's clear that much more needs to be done and soon. while i was in geneva earlier this week too and i got the chance to sit down with the founder and chair. shake a mosab and. your highness thank you so much for being with us on counting the cost you'll known all over the world for your advocacy for quality education and yet here you are in geneva talking about employment. is this a shift in emphasis for you how does this and the salute tech play into education
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and what are the challenges if particularly for the middle east north africa region as you know i am i'm i'm really i'm a great believer in education i believe in power of the cation transforming lives and societies indication is the basic moving rock cafe for human development that is the basis for sound people can learn their skills their knowledge. of citizenry and also they will construct their first word of you but indication alone is not enough for you to feel for that with decent work and appointments we failed to provide our young people with the right environment economic social and cultural environment for their respect their hope we have you had very young population one third of our relations between fifteen years old and twenty nine years old this is a very productive age this is the generation that can drive the engine of our economic growth and lead. our social changes because of the social changes
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so i believe that it is better for to invest in them and to give them the opportunity that by which they can be active in their societies and practice the citizenry or they are to see the day that we told them during their schooling and and so that's where that's where silla to comes in so i think is is that he is working to for certain gaps a problem is that some of these young people they lack skills that three can allow them to fit in this an ever changing market so thirdly it is training this young people to be employed so we had them for that improbability also which. to be also entrepreneurs we provide them with the wrong get and we try to instill in them their self-confidence to see themselves as that the citizens and we have also certain governments to change certain mindset certain policies to create this
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ecosystem by which this child people can excel back this is this good citizenry your highness we talk a lot on counting the cost about the un's sustainable development goals how does cilla tech contribute towards those goals. set the course actually tackles. many of the. the g.'s so as it is from whether cheechoo this into wardak to gender equality to partnership i mean who knew we connect these young people to jobs or chin them to be entrepreneurs better families also can benefit from this businesses or this jobs their society and the reality in a way at the bating the business and leave the whole community and also work in partnerships i mean we have international partners so regional partners and also
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local partners local partners for us very essential because they are the one who can lead us towards the right progress there is no one size fits all so we need really to to make sure that what you are offering is appropriate and they quit to the culture and the that i mix of the society that you operate in of course the regional and international partners they help was to do throws fairly certain expertise and knowledge to these local. people that we are helping and supporting your highness it's been an honor to have you on council because many thanks indeed for being with us thank you now a chinese company is challenging the us government in coal. source hallway says that a u.s. law banning the government and its contractors from using the company's products is unjust washington says that while weight poses a security threat al jazeera says adrian brown reports now from change in where huawei has its headquarters from the air while way success is clear just part of
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its sprawling complex in the special economic zone of shenzhen. while weighs name literally means the achievements of china but the trumpet ministration says those achievements more to cheating and stealing than the sort of innovation on display here allegations its top executives deny on thursday they held a news conference inviting selected media organizations including al-jazeera to confirm that while way has filed a lawsuit against the u.s. government over a ban which restricts federal government employees from using its equipment we are there is no us. challenge to all of. these men only. but also oh this was me and us she was once more they insisted while ways not in the pocket of china's government and
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accuse the us of hacking its servers. and ran here. it has our service and this story and you know us since while ways top officials were once like china's leaders they rarely spoke to the foreign media but the arrest of the firm's chief financial officer in canada where she's now fighting extradition to the united states has changed all of that and the firm has now begun an extraordinary legal and media offensive. huawei is a success story that chimes with many chinese people's sense of patriotism and pride it's not clear who's behind this music video now circulating on social media praising its smartphones the firm insists it had nothing to do with it. well way is fighting another legal battle in canada where its chief financial officer mongering
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joe appeared before an extradition court on wednesday she's accused of breaking u.s. sanctions and money laundering monks lawyers argue her arrest was politically motivated while way is trying to weather storms on many fronts the copycat european architecture is not a theme park but the firm's new research and development campus the company's critics continue to argue that it's not just the buildings here that have been closed. social media giant facebook has rolled out new plans to improve use of previously on its platforms c.e.o. mark zuckerberg says that facebook's focus will change from public to private sharing he also said that facebook will not be storing user data in countries with a weak human rights record last year it was revealed that data from millions of facebook users was harvested by a political consultancy now a quick note about next week's counting the cost will be wishing happy birthday to
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the internet with tim berners lee founder of the world wide web as his creation turns thirty will be asking him what to expect over the next three decades make sure not to miss next week's counting the cost and finally this week british citizens living in the european union are waiting anxiously to see what decision their government and parliament in london is about to make of the brig's it out as they are as laurence leamer reports now from the spanish town of monterrey which sits on the country's border with portugal. its carnival week in iowa and people are on the streets it isn't a rich place by any means but the sense of community is obvious. at the home karen simon and thirteen year old jayden aren't so happy they fell in love with the place moved here years ago when a small consultancy from home jade is bilingual and regards himself as more spanish than british and they're watching events unfold in the u.k. with a mitigated horror yeah absolutely shamed because the every person i spoke to here
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in spain looks at me with pity or with with a look in their face to say why why why you doing this and i'm so sorry that they're doing this to me i'm so sorry because i just cannot understand what is your problem what is the problem tell me what are you going to gain from leaving what do you so i've upset you no idea i can answer them they worry about the impacts of brecht's it on their business but they were removed or about their son there was one instance where. over hurdles difficult thing that we might have to go back to the character protect our business and he started crying and caring man and he said i'm not going back to the carrier you can't make me go park certain no no no ok don't worry about it it's not for you swear is that moment he made me go back i'm going to run a wire and i'm going to get a plane and bury. now the pro.
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to rub salt into their wounds just as the u.k. has been turning away from europe so the kendricks european home has done the opposite. with some fanfare i am joined forces with its portuguese neighbor villareal over the river to create a new so-called euro town called. the bridge linking the two countries the towns is the strongest metaphor imaginable the different directions the u.k. and e.u. heading in. on the portuguese side of the river the man in charge of the euro town has everything to say for closer european integration and nothing good about brics it. is rather an isolated europe germany alone england alone france alone cannot compete with bigger economies it makes sense to be united but it's also the idea of our europe sound a little villages have only small potential but together they're bigger and stronger on what. merging with his portuguese neighbor has done nothing to stop by
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a monti celebrating its spanish traditions arguments in favor of breck's it restoring british pride a mess with derision the kendricks can only watch their cone of the e.u. becoming stronger and closer and they insist they will never go back to britain a country they no longer understand. al-jazeera i want say southern spain. and that's our show for this week if you'd like to comment on anything that you've seen you can get in touch with us by tweeting me i'm at a finnigan on twitter please use the hash tag a j c t c when you do or you could drop us a line counting the cost of al-jazeera dot net is our e-mail address as always there's plenty more for you online at al-jazeera dot com slash c.t.c. that link takes you straight to our page and there you'll find individual reports links even entire episodes for you to catch up. but that's it for this edition of counting the cost. for the whole team here in doha thanks for being with us the
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news of al-jazeera is next. isn't the problem for your candidate that he may not have a health question mark over him but he does have a corruption question markers really doesn't look good for the israeli official has not going to do any we're not knowing about it what do you say we will get why there's a lot of disillusionment with the u.n. across the globe these five it is called for and then breaks doesn't build confidence it breaks spoke to join me madly hossam on up front of my guests from around the world take the hot seat and we debate the week's top stories and think issues here on al-jazeera. is
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a popular filming location in fact when it comes to stories about drugs crime and radicalization tired of negative stereotypes youth worker zanny is we cleaning its image by putting its younger that in behind the camera. this truth be don't often hear told by the people who lived on. the news well that this is you're out on al-jazeera. it's a daunting climb to one of the holiest sites in due time tiger's next ball astri seems to defy gravity every few cities is expected to complete the pilgrimage to ensure peace and happiness when it became a democracy in two thousand and eight the time put happiness at the center of all political policy inspiring the un to pass a resolution urging other nations to follow betimes example but how do you measure it many brits unease happiness is what we ensure it's if it is quantifiable but by
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simply turning its pursuit into policy time has done what no other country has. they were searching for a sanctuary in australia but instead were detained for years on a pacific island now one zero one east follows the journey of two refugees as they forge a new life in north america on al-jazeera. boeing stock tumbles after sunday's fatal crash in ethiopia as a number of airlines ground their fleets of seven three seven max aircraft.
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hello from doha to maria and this is the world news from al-jazeera there is a warning of a potential new crisis for hinkel muslims forced to take refuge in bangladesh also a malaysian court releases one of the women accused of killing the hearth brother of north korean leader kim jong un and health minister resigns following the sudden deaths of eleven newborns at a state hospital. so a somber mood in ethiopia and in kenya a day after an airplane crash killed one hundred fifty seven people outside of. the black box flight recorder has been recovered but it's been damage and investigation into the cause of the accident continues and also south africa has now joined indonesia ethiopia and china in grounding its fleets of boeing seven three seven max eights following what is the second deadly crash involving the jet in just five months the full story now with catherine soy. a moment of silence at the united
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nations environment assembly in nairobi some of the passengers and boat the theo open airlines flight that crashed on sunday but delegates enterprises and other stuff men this coming for this meeting this is also a regional u.n. help with several agencies and two u.n. headquarters based here twenty two u.n. workers and affiliates were on the flight some of the u.n. workers were coming for this conference some of these were u.n. workers are actually on the frontline of humanitarian and development work in kenya and in the region so they were coming forward from from from different perspectives but certainly there were certain subject matter experts there were language experts etc who were coming here for the conference itself so it's been a setback you know in on all counts but most of those who died were kenyans like benson be room to stoughton and coming back home from vienna where she is pursuing a doctorate and whom they had just spoken to in the morning it is so painful to lose the young guy. who has struggled for the rest of her
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life. to a. life. in the blink of an eye it is to pay back at the un the agency's flag flies at half staff to or now those who were killed there will be going on throughout the week are you why she would sixteen police and other issues that affect the environment the tragedy of this child on this. many delegates say despite the sadness their response and heads of state arriving here in the coming days must make strong commitments at the end of it all cathy zoi al-jazeera and i will be. u.s. financial markets are now open for the first time since the crash and boeing not performing well as you might imagine that's talked to john hendren about it in
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chicago how bad was the financial impact john. well it's been pretty bad for boeing so far this is an all out crisis for the company its stock hit as low as thirteen and a half percent down at the beginning of the day it's now down a little over seven percent because the boeing stock is a component stock of the dow jones industrial average it's costing the dow about two hundred points in the days which really affecting is really affecting the global economy at this point it's definitely bad news for boeing this is its best selling jet ever they've only exported three hundred fifty of them they have five thousand still on orders so this is a problem this company very much wants to fix a quarter of those planes have gone to china and eighty percent of all of the planes that boeing sells it exports so it's very disturbed with the news that
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companies countries like china and indonesia have stopped those planes from flying that ethiopian in cayman airlines have stopped those planes from flying as well and that is because of the similarities between those two boeing seven thirty seven max eight planes that went down both of them turned around after takeoff and crashed after that that has some people concerned there there is talk that there has been some software issue with that plane and boeing has retrained some of the pilots it's not clear whether that happened in these two cases but whatever the problem is it's a massive problem for boeing they obviously want to fix as soon as possible and of course it reverberates throughout the global economy yeah could you maybe just expand on that a little more john because yes we're talking about a company but when you talk about boeing in the u.s. and europe they are absolute mayhem it son and the amount of money that gets spent
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on even purchasing just one airplane that the knock on effect into jobs and economy is huge. that's right to give you an example of how big the impact here is kemal two companies are responsible for ninety eight percent of the aircraft sold around the world that air bus which has about forty five percent of the market and boeing which has forty three and boeing was expecting these planes to lift its market share and twenty nineteen so analysts are now having to re-evaluate that depending on what happens with this incident but it's a huge impact boeing is a two hundred thirty billion dollar company in the u.s. and as you can see from the stock market today that stock market it's a positive day the dow would have been significantly more up about two hundred points had it not been for boeing so there's a major effect throughout the u.s. this is the largest export of manufacture in the united states and of course that
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has impact around the world by stopping these planes if china were not to fly these planes that would affect their economy their ability to get people around so this really has an effect here in the united states in chicago where i am now and where the capital of boeing is but it also extends around the world john hendren in chicago thank you we'll move to other news the united nations is warning me and minority muslims may be about to face an all new crisis un special rapporteur young he reported back to the human rights council voicing a concern about a plan by bangladesh to relocate twenty three thousand refugees to an uninhabited islands called bashar they criticize that plan is a bad idea she also said up to ten thousand rangar of flood violence and a lack of aid in me and miles rakhine state only since november and he wants the un security council to also refer to the international criminal court over the
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persecution of the rich and an action which does continue to reject. ill planned allocation then and real occasions without the consent of the refugees concerned have the potential to create a new crisis it is incumbent on the government. to ensure that this is not brought about. barker he's in geneva with a special rapporteur was speaking today i mean what we highlight there is how bad things already were for the ring and then comes this idea of an uninhabited islands i'm just having a bad line with the here at the moment but what i think you were asking me to do is focus on obviously what's come out from today's report to summarize it's really a damning indictment of the treatment of the range of people both inside myanmar and outside as you mentioned there ten thousand people since november have fled the country many of them ending up in bangladesh in cox's bizarre already now the
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world's largest refugee camp to try and ease the situation bangladesh your thoughts he's have come up with this plan to try and relocate tens of thousands to this low lying island in the bay of bengal all the human rights groups say is just simply uninhabitable unfit for human habitation it's subject to floods it's often hit by typhoons it's incredibly muddy but it's clearly the bugger that she health or she is feel that there is a needs to ease some of the pressure on resources in cox's bizarre but young really made it very very clear that she just simply doesn't want to replace one crisis with another they've called for stringent feasibility tests to see whether or not this is a really realistic plan or not but it but clearly there are deep concerns that in a bid to try and ease the situation in cox's bazaar bangladesh is running ahead of itself and at the end of the day it will be the ring of people that will suffer
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most or i will leave you there nave if the line is a little bit crackly thanks for joining us from geneva. it is now up to british m.p.'s to decide the next steps for brags that that is a message from the european union which says it remains committed to agreeing a deal in time for the u.k. to leave this month choose the is the big vote a meaningful vote as they call it m.p.'s will pass their verdict on prime minister teresa mayes plan to take britain out of the e.u. to health minister has resigned over the sudden deaths of eleven newborns at a state maternity hospital in tunis anger and fear is now growing as the search goes on to find out what happened well from mama june. at the other up the hospital in tunis there's shock and grief the tunisian health ministry announced the sudden deaths of eleven newborns last week according to the ministry preliminary findings revealed they were likely caused by septic shock resulting from blood infections this bereaved father says he hasn't even been able to get his child's body yet in
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the school to tell you everyone is a vital responsibility i have one the only i have no idea in the wake of the outrage over the deaths the health minister resigned tunisia's prime minister has ordered an investigation and says anyone proven to be negligent will be penalized them so they will have joint meetings held among all the various departments within the health sector in order to identify all the problematic issues and how to work them out once again i express my condolences to the families of the victims many tunisians complained their health care system has been in decline for several years saying a recent economic crisis has severely impacted social services but the acting health minister insists the investigation will be credible would ensure that the we will honor the outcomes of the investigations and those who found to be negligence will be held to account. but for now there is no let up for grieving family members as they wait for answers. and. in venezuela the effect of the massive blackout on
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thursday and friday is still being felt the government's suspended schools and shut down businesses as many areas are still to get the power back and already strained health care system is under a major strain with this often on power supply president maduro blames the us calling it sabotage but the opposition says it's mismanagement of the power grid that led to the widespread power cuts. will grab a break on al-jazeera when we come back back on track a friendship train almost derailed because of recent tensions between india and pakistan on the move again. the weather is dry now across the middle east a chance of want to choose showers into iran a little bit a thick cloud just.


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