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school. aid agencies estimate that they have reached six hundred thousand people so far but they need to get to another one million who need assistance there a lot of risk we really need to make a lot of efforts and we need more money argentina to be able to bring here on the ground before what they what are since then that many things that we need to distribute on time because now banging for is of athens. just a few days ago the land below was covered in water after two days without rain the levels are receding more roads and tracks are becoming passable and that allows the more effective and cheaper way of delivering aid involved. but that help will need to be long term is harvest season in this region for the villages a barometer like tens of thousands of others have no crops to harvest no fish left to catch today they will eat but what will the future bring. many cycling victims will be dependent on international support for the forseeable future. tony
virtually al-jazeera varada central mozambique. the political and economic turmoil in venezuela has created what the u.n. is calling latin america's worst ever refugee crisis of the three million people who fled in recent years one million have left for neighboring colombia that's where the un's refugee agency has set up its first center to receive venezuelans who've escaped the crisis a lesson that m.p.r. to reports from michael. it's an image more often associated with countries who are refugees are fleeing from war while these tents in the desert of norden colombia might seem a surprising sight they could become an increasingly common one like thousands of others yet tara became unable to feed their three children in neighboring been a swell she took a chance moving them here and soon ended up sleeping on the dusty streets of the
border city of either afghanistan that we slept in the side really it was scary and it was difficult to find food i would skip meals to feed them i needed to eat to feed the little one i would worry and cry until they put me to this camp. this is the first camp the united nations refugee agency has built in colombia where more than a million venezuelans have sought refuge from hunger and shortages. the un's not calling it a refugee camp but a migrant center for the most vulnerable state temporarily to gather their strength . says relieved to leave the desperation back home behind her and says every meal for her daughter bridges are joy was. when we were screened they told me she was underweight thank god she gained weight since the party and is recovering fairly well until recently the colombian military had resisted the idea of opening camps like this one fearing they would have convince
more people to leave but with more and more families arriving from venezuela and. up on the streets local authorities decided something needed to be done hundreds of people. are now still living in the streets on my couch due to the lack of alternatives and lack of shelter solutions. the local authorities to. unity are to intervene exhaustion is palpable among the arrivals but no one is giving up seventy four year old daniel was an engineer for venezuela's state oil company after losing his pension for protesting against the government he's selling chocolates on the streets to support his wife back home. your maybe. i came without knowing what i was going to achieve but i've always been strong and i'm going to persevered
a sentiment of resilience echoed here again and again with venezuelans happy with their brief. and life however fleetingly feels a little bit better alison. india's prime minister narendra modi says his country is now was based superpower after it shot down a satellite as part of a test india has now become only the fourth country to do so the announcement comes just two weeks before indians votes in a general election arch. i want to assure the global community that this new ability that we have achieved is not against anyone it is a defensive initiative of a fast moving india india has always been against the space arms race and this hasn't changed our policy. more now from al-jazeera. in new delhi. what the prime minister said was that within the last twenty four hours he could
confirm that india become the fourth nation in the world along with the us china and russia and satellite technology it had shot down successfully one of its own satellites in orbit and that he wanted to tell the nation of course is a policy that was started back in two thousand and twelve under the former prime minister manmohan singh's so india's space development through isro the indian space research organization has been developing space technology for decades now but it's a huge feather in the prime minister's cap operation shock he was launched. over in addition regionally east of the country so certainly a major announcement by a sitting prime minister which has reverberations and repercussions at this present moment in time in india just weeks after one of its jets crashed in ethiopia aircraft manufacturer boeing is facing another headache a flight of the seven three seven max eight the plane model under worldwide
scrutiny was forced to make an emergency landing in florida it's one of the stories trending on our web site al jazeera dot com and richard perle explains. america's southwest airlines is boeing's biggest customer of the seven thirty seven max aircraft all of which are grounded in the u.s. at the moment as federal regulators continue to investigate two recent fatal crashes in ethiopia and indonesia now southwest is moving all of its seven thirty seven max aircraft to a storage facility in california until the nationwide ban is lifted but one incident in florida has once again raised concerns about the new aircraft. carrier a wonder if. the plane made a safe emergency landing in orlando and no passengers were on board the federal aviation administration says it's investigating but that it's not related to the anti stall software suspected of causing those two fatal crashes u.s. airlines are allowed to shuttle the planes but cannot carry passengers while the
ban is in place southwest has thirty four of these aircraft the seven thirty seven max all of which are being sent to this storage facility north of los angeles that's to free up space at other airports so the airline is already averaging one hundred thirty cancellations a day while the aircraft is out of service now boeing is struggling to cope with the fallout from those two crashes which have cast a spotlight on the safety certification process and also shaken confidence in a plane that's crucial to its future plans the seven thirty seven max is the fastest selling aircraft in boeing's history with roughly three hundred seventy delivered so for the nearly five thousand more on order some airlines have now said they are reconsidering those existing orders. well still ahead on al-jazeera one of his most controversial play. of the miami open.
welcome back it's now time to catch up with all the sports news with some not thank you sam you well well number one novak djokovic has suffered another surprise the feeds for the second straight time and joke of it to has failed to make it beyond the fourth round this time he was beaten. at the miami open and which is set up was. all is not entirely well in the world of novak djokovic. the game's top ranked player has suffered another early tournament exit last week he went house in round three to indian wells miami six time champion is heading home after
round four. beaten in three sets by world number twenty five reports about ceased a good span i was kind of match should have lost them in so many opportunities and just way too many ways through the opportunities and this is what happens when you win you don't capitalise. australia's nick curiosus had an eventful few days underarm serve one tactic in his last much and he kept croatia's borna church guessing in this encounter. curiosus later admitted to getting bored during the second set and was deducted a point from old a blip senate seat he won so on so lose in three sets i mean i don't play for two hours and twenty minutes and regardless he owes me a lot like play some tennis like i'm not going to take. you to him probably not.
maybe that's why when you competing in this heat in a moment of paranoia. canadian teenager felix assume is having the best week of his young career the eighteen year old is into the quarterfinals of a masters event for the first time. i feel like this extra pressure or dislike attention that i gave maybe last year the year before through to the all comes to the media's that's a bit behind me now we're in the way we're are able really to stay in the present and really focus on what i have to do in the core. another canadian teenager is also through to the last eight then a shapovalov eventually getting the better of stefana sits a pass at just before two am local time and the richardson al-jazeera. the talk of it of a has missed her chance to become world number one for the first time in her career the world number two needed to win at the miami title to a sure she took top spot from now mia soccer but give it to those who has been
beaten in the quarter finals while straight yes ashley barty i mean as someone a highly it could regain the top ranking if she wins the title. and pick champion augustus the mania has hit back at comments made by the head of wild that x. sebastian coe so many a is challenging an effort to bring new rules that will restrict the first two on a levels and. in a newspaper interview coast said the reason that we have gender classification is because if you didn't then no woman would ever win another title or break another record. well so many a has issued this response fire her lawyers saying this cause a mississippi man yeah has developed over the past decade a run deep reading the comments of mr coe this weekend opened those old wounds mystical is wrong to think of mrs mania is
a threat to women's sport fans of chelsea's women's team have been assured it will be safe for them to travel to france for the second leg of their champions league quarter final with paddy sans elma or chelsea have a two nil advantage up from the first game in london the first leg so police turning fifty p.s.g. fans the way of the kings stadium weapons fireworks and drugs were confiscated from of the supporters coach tiger woods is getting ready to tee off at the world championship matchplay event for the first time in six years would set has endured for a back surgeries and that time to win this match play title he will have to get through a seven zero rounds in five days. i haven't played a whole lot of match play you know since two thousand and thirteen and i'm looking
forward to looking forward to. the fight that adds to the focus i want to go to. each and every shots different and you don't really care what the rest of the feels doing i just have to be the guy saying it from me and also support for me for a smile we'll have more for you later on but for now it's back to sammy buying so much so not bad save for this news i'm back in a moment though with more of the day's news so do stay with us here on out to see the. time off change in discovery. you see time to forge an identity. and dad is boxing the baby to. chance to truly one thousand nine hundred ninety nine south africa revisits the children of apartheid seventy years as they grow and develop their country fourteen up south
africa part two on al-jazeera. for nine hundred forty six to nine hundred fifty eight the united states detonated dozens of atomic bombs in the marshall islands when the us was getting ready to clean up and leave in the one nine hundred seventy s. they picked the pit that had been left by one of the smaller atomic explosions and dumped a lot of this who tony and other radioactive waste into the pit the bottom of the. permeable soil there was nowhere for her to wind it and therefore the sea water is inside the dome when this dome was built there was no factoring in sea level rises caused by climate change now every day when the tide rolls out radioactive isotopes from underneath the die roll out with it. really we're
not just the marshall islands we're talking to us we should. it's facing a separatist push in the east russians in crimea and major economic challenges now ukraine is getting ready to elect a new leader from thirty nine candidates what course will the country take join us for special coverage of the ukrainian presidential election and al-jazeera. many of the fighters up to forty percent it was alleged are children as young as thirteen years old. questions in the u.k. parliament over the role of its military in yemen.
i'm salman saying down this is our just zero live from doha also coming up. we are continuing to work to ensure that we can deliver great sit for the british people and guarantee that we deliver breaks for the british people. to resume a stays defiant as m.p.'s prepared to take charge of bragg's it. aiming to keep the new the military out a new office and alliance in thailand claims a majority in the first votes it's a clue. it is a very new day in oklahoma. and for the nation in our battle against addiction. holding pharmaceutical companies accountable for the opioid crisis affecting millions in the us. questions have been raised in the british parliament about the united kingdom's
involvement in the war in yemen the opposition labor party has demanded answers after reports in local media that british special forces have been involved in gun battles with yemen's with the rebels the party's spokeswoman on foreign affairs emily thornberry also pressed the government on allegations british forces may have provided support for child soldiers as part of the saudi led coalition. there is one especially disturbing allegation in the mail on sunday's report which was that all forces are providing support to locally recruited saudi funded militia where many of the fight is up to forty percent it was alleged are children as young as thirteen years old so i would ask the minister of state if that is in any way true because if he is then he will confirm the offices are not just a party to this conflict but witnesses to war crimes that we get to the bottom of
those allegations again i am very keen also not to in any way mis mislead the house . but the allegations that were made in relation to any engagement that involves bringing child soldiers on board would be i think it would be appalling. angela has more from london now. this source of these allegations is a mail on sunday newspaper article which alleges that elite special boat service troops are present in yemen and five were injured after battles inside if true it would wholly contradict the government promises that the u.k. is not participating in the conflict but just providing logistical support to the saudis in riyadh now back in february there were some reports on social media suggesting british soldiers had been injured in a firefight and the daily express newspaper claimed to s.a.'s members had been injured during a humanitarian operation the difference with this these new revelations is that the
mail on sunday is claiming the special boat service squadron were not involved in humanitarian operations but they were providing mentoring teens in yemen translators medics and forward air command whose role is to request air support from the saudis earlier on wednesday seven people including four children were killed in an air strike on a hospital in yemen the charity save the children says its staff were on the ground supporting the medical team at the time it happened near the city of cider the british prime minister insists and the british prime minister insists the break that deal she negotiated with the e.u. is still the best option available even though it's been rejected twice by m.p.'s she once again defended her agreement in her first weekly question time in parliament since m.p.'s voted to take control of brogues negotiations parliament is to hold a series of votes to choose an alternative. we are continuing to work to
ensure that we can deliver breck's it for the british people and guarantee that we can have a back seat for the british people we have a deal which councils are your membership fee which stops the you making our laws which gives us our own immigration policy and the common agricultural policy for good and is a common fisheries policy for good other options don't do that other options would lead to delay to uncertainty and risk never delivering. earlier this week mr speaker the business minister resigned from the government saying the government's approach to breaks it was playing roulette with the lives and livelihoods of the vast majority of the people of this country why she prepared to carry on risking jobson industry in another attempt to yet again run down the clock and try to blackmail the m.p.'s behind into supporting a deal that's already been twice rejected. now more from me do joins us live from london so the exchange there in the parliament probably would
have only strengthened m.p.'s feelings that it's up to them to come up with a plan b. . yes they're actually in about an hour the parliament should convene and to discuss all these different options that were put forward by different groups of m.p.'s now the speaker of the parliament has received about sixteen of these options he's going to narrow those options down to six or seven they will be put up to debate and then around one thousand g.m.t. they will be a vote on these different options m.p.'s can vote for as many as they want or against as many as they want but you have to remember that this is a known indicative and to resent me is not obliged to follow any of these it's now she and her side is trying to convince more and more m.p.'s to give support for her withdrawal agreement earlier today during the prime minister's
question session she stuck to her guns she still repeated again and again that it was her deal and that was the best option on the table and the risk of a no deal was very much still there there were several calls for her resignation now we see is going to meet with a nine hundred twenty two committee that's basically a group of. m.p.'s from the tory party she is going to try to get support from them but some have indicated that that support would be linked indeed to a later date of her resignation but she needs to announce that so there's a lot of negotiations going on. it's still not clear whether she will put forward a motion to have another meaningful vote in parliament there are several indication that she might very. so you well do that in that case then you won't have another round of voting on these different options on monday so there's
a lot of ifs and buts and really each time you go through a vote each time you go through a herd of them a whole new set of show up and they need to again go through voting and discussions and negotiations so it is really a step by step but here and each step really brings also a whole set of unknowns a very complicated situation but to resent me it has brought this really all the way to to the end remember in today's origine friday was supposed to be the day the u.k. went out. that's not happening and nobody knows when exactly it will happen or how it will happen. hoda abdel-hamid. the president of the european council donald tusk has made a personal plea to members of the european parliament over briggs's you cannot be
traders six million people who signed a petition to revoke article fifty. one million people. who march for a people. all the increasing majority of people who wants to remain in the european union. they may feel that they are not sufficiently represented by the u.k. parliament but they must feel that they are represented by you in this chamber because they are europeans. opposition groups in algeria say a call by the military to have president. declared unfit for office doesn't go far enough on monday the army chief suggested the use of a constitutional provision to remove the president on medical grounds most political parties want the entire government to be replaced the military is direct intervention follows weeks of protests against the president and his backers. as more. president. is more isolated than ever after the move
by the army to trigger article one zero two of the constitution one of his key. chairman of the national rally for development and he was also a prime minister in the past has asked for the president to step aside however the opposition still remains concerned about the move by the army to trigger article one two above the removal of the president they say that that's not because issue and that what needs to be done immediately is to agree on a consensus candidate with an impact of a record to reach out to all the algerians and leave the country for the transition that's where they would debate issues like the drafting of a new constitution and then calling for parliamentary and presidential elections most of which i see a leading lawyer human rights activist one of the key members of the project ocracy movement is saying that he's concerned the article one
o two could be used by the army to contain the problem back rossy sentiment that has been building up across if the rallies continue over the coming weeks at the could further put more pressure on the political establishment to come up with more concessions and i think the debate now and the consensus among many people that it's about time to change the establishment and when the algerians talk about the establishment the hurt of the president his inner circle. the government the constitutional council they say that these institutions are biased because they are affiliated with the president. and that if they are not dissolved they will not be able to have trust in the political system in the country and still had an al-jazeera. joining a group of police training for guerrilla warfare reaped me it was a war cry and seeking justice more than a decade after the civil war in nepal. why india's prime minister narendra modi is
hailing a breakthrough in its space program. we've got more heavy downpours coming into central parts of china at the moment thickening cloud just rolling in here that will push its way a little further south which in these words as we go through the next couple of days for thursday that wetter weather is up to was just to the south of shanghai sixteen self-sustained shanghai south of that is generally settle hong kong gets up to twenty seven celsius or so over the next couple of days but you can see how the wetter weather will make its way a little further south which is because through friday petering out a little bit but still widespread showers certainly a possibility for many maybe wanted to. make their way across pakistan.