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things that are actually easier ways you know that we're we're doing but it's a very very using a word that i don't like using too often but it's a very very comprehensive deal. a wildfire has killed at least two people and forced thousands from their homes in south korea it broke out in the eastern province of ganglion on thursday night and spread to the seaside holiday city of sock show a people have been moved and at least fifty two schools have been shut down firefighters in the australian city of melbourne have been battling a blaze at an industrial waste facility businesses and homes nearby had to be evacuated there were several explosions after the fire broke out australian media reports say the facility recently lost city certification because of compliance problems or the australian man accused of attacking it two mosques in new zealand has been ordered to undergo a psychiatric assessment to see if he is fit to go on trial brenton town made his
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second quarter appearance on friday he's been charged with fifty counts of murder and thirty nine of attempted murder following last month's attacks in the city of christchurch lots more still ahead when we come back ethiopia's government releases its first reported last month's crash we'll tell you what it said. what children born to a mixed race couples during belgium's colonial era are receiving an apology. hello we have the threat of further flooding into iraq and iran as we go on through the next couple of days fair amount of cloud rolling through you can see a little area cloud just around the caucuses that sink gives way southwards george
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romney azerbaijan saying that the west whether or not the south some wet weather just rolling in from the mediterranean as well so much a serious seeing cloud and right along with northern parts of lebanon in particular that cloud and right it will make its way into iraq and eventually on saturday quite a rash if showers there across the saturated grounds the lia very wet weather that we're seeing in iran seeing further heavy downpours coming back on top of that so that will exacerbate the flooding concerns here some of that cloud does sink down across the gulf southern parts of saudi arabia pushing down towards amman and even into yemen possible as he wanted to spotify and brightens up behind temperatures here in doha going to thirty degrees celsius as the afternoon hate starting to ramp up and in the coming days meanwhile what is the showers ramping up across the eastern side of south africa some big downpours coming through here on friday with the possibility some localized flooding will quite as well for saturday but the
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shadow is still there nevertheless. the brazilian economy is booming but deep divisions still exist between the haves and the have nots in a country where smartphones have become a part of everyday life technology help reached again. the series the challenges developers to design apps for a better world travels to rio de janeiro and meets the young people tasked with making a different life than far from al-jazeera. again
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you're watching and you see a reminder of our top stories this now forces libya's u.n. back up what are being deployed in or around the capital tripoli that's in response to an advance on the city by troops loyal to ward off guard who controls parts of eastern libya. the u.n. security council will hold an emergency meeting on friday to discuss the situation in libya but the interior minister has told the edges into the u.n. backed government has lost faith in international efforts to resolve the crisis. u.s. house of representatives has approved a resolution to end support for the saudi and u.a.e. led war in yemen the bill will now go to president donald trump but he's already said he'll veto it. ethiopia's government has released its first report into last month's fatal plane crash it says the ethiopian airlines boeing seven three seven x. eight jet was forced downwards faulty automatic anti stall system. reform. it's
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been almost a month since a boeing seven three seven took off from ethiopia's capital addus ababa bound for nairobi it crashed six minutes later near the town of the shaft to killing all one hundred fifty seven people on board it's obvious transport minister has now released the first official findings of the investigation into the crash with says the pilots did everything that was recommended by boeing that major on duty of this investigation is to make sure that there is safety in the abberation sector it's not to blame someone it's not to get some sort of there are some things that we are going to do it as something very normal forming the procedures but of all the things that isn't of this report is going to have to ensure safety in the nation six the pilots reportedly struggle to control the plane's automatic anti
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stalling system which is meant to push the nose of the aircraft downwards if it detects a stall or loss of as speed analysts believe this issue may have led to the crash the crew reacted quite correctly by carrying out a drill that has been pressed for bribes if this occurs and isolated this system which was trying to push the nose doe but having done that. they then found that one of the control systems that they have for pulling those back up again simply wouldn't perform for them this was the second crash to involve the boeing seven three seven max within five months in indonesia last october a lion f. light went down shortly after takeoff from jakarta killing all one hundred eighty nine passengers and crew the lawyers representing the families of the victims of the line f. light say the united states should do more to hold boeing accountable you know what
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the united states. is there to say it's. on for we say it's more of the work of the equal justice for all the wires for the united states and it's a major setback for the company boeing really has to work very fast to recover its trust because its brand name is so strong and its products for a long time have been so good the boeing seven three seven max has been grounded worldwide pending a review into the software off its flight control system investigators in here p.s.a. a full report into what happened could take up to a year to complete for healing mohammed al jazeera a boeing is defending the safety of the seven three seven max it acknowledged what
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it called an iranian activation of the automation system may have forced the ethiopian and indonesian jets to crash the u.s. aviation regulator the f.a.a. is reviewing the safety of the jet which is now grounded boeing is facing a number of motions. a belgium has apologized for some of the abuses committed during its colonial rule they include the kidnapping of children born to call girlies mothers. reports. it's an apology an entire generation was waiting for belgium's prime minister charles michel apologized to mixed race children who were kidnapped during the country's colonial rule or law school for the little bit is the place always it's jews and. i apologize to mix rice people with roots in the belgian colonise ation and to their families for the injustice and suffering they went through i also wish to express all our compassion for the african mothers whose children were torn or wiped from them at all is the
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whole. of a shoe. a moment of vindication for victims but the healing is far from over children born to a belgian settler and congolese mother in the one nine hundred forty s. and fifty's were forcefully taken from their african homes often the men denied fathering the children belgium ran colonies in what's now wanda barun d.n.d. or congo and interracial marriage was banned and mixed children were openly rejected about twenty thousand children are believed to have been sent to belgium schools in orphanages run by the catholic church some were denied nationality. very noticable here. i'm very moved because after all these years the prime minister recognised what we have been through it's a recognition of what the belgian state and the church did to us they took part of our identity away and now they have admitted that mistake i feel better now.
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belgium is recognizing with its brutal past up until recently belgium's africa museum concentrated on the country's colonial rule it reopened last year focusing instead on a critical view of its colonial abuses. while the prime minister's apology does not and do years of pain and abuse some of the victims say it's a step in the right direction cuts e.l.o. personal jaan al-jazeera. thousands of government employees in argentina have been protesting against austerity measures they marched to the congress building societies denouncing president your mccabe's policies his reforms backed by the international monetary fund are blamed for rising inflation and worsening economic conditions the government last year cut the salaries of civil servants and reduced spending. by the un is being urged to provide
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a full scale response to the collapse of venezuela's health system report from john hopkins bloomberg school of public health and human rights watch says a shortage of vaccines is leading to a rise in cases of diseases that are preventable latin america tennessee newman has more now from caracas. just off one of his main highways the media the family collects as much water as possible from the mountain above it all this is my son this is my neighbor a cousin practically the whole family. they're lucky to have this truck because it's a long way from home. a nationwide blackout nearly four weeks ago left millions without power a regular water supplies. it's a welcome sight when the boys arrive but this water is not portable the health ministry is recommending people treat it with chlorine but with none available at
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the. hopes of boiling it first will make it safe for her family to drink and that's only the latest health hazard for five year old son has severe asthma. and he knew yesterday the doctor prescribed a medication that cost more than three minimum wages and obviously i couldn't buy it so i gave him an anti allergy pill that i had left over. then israeli hospitals are full of people in desperate need of medicine and treatment in many cases for diseases that had been eradicated such as did theory or and measles but in the absence of vaccines in the last two years they've returned the combination of severe food and medicine shortages has led to dramatic increases of disease as well as infant and maternal mortality doctor. says the increased consumption of untreated water in the last three weeks is making an already
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catastrophic situation worse than a minority all right i think we don't have the precise numbers yet but we know that in the public and private hospitals there's been an acute increase of cases of severe diarrhea that require hospitalization including children under two years of age which can be fatal. at this public hospital parents queue to try their luck at the pharmacy hoping to find the medicine they can't pay for elsewhere the crisis isn't just in the public hospitals this is that of his best private clinic and as you can see the waiting room is almost empty because it's become so expensive that people just can't afford to come here. local and international public health experts describe the crisis as a complex humanitarian emergency. and they say it requires a full scale response from international aid organizations to prevent the further spread of a highly contagious diseases not just here but beyond this country's borders as the
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exodus of the news whalen's continues unabated you see in human gut acts. a new report by the un children's agency says more than nineteen million children in bangladesh being adversely affected by climate change rising waters are driving many families from coastal areas to the capital dhaka unicef says once they arrive in the city children are risk of being used as laborers or even prostitutes. a child he reports from the bowlus. among one of the oldest slum in dhaka is home to a generation of migrants who fled their village home due to some sort of climate change impacts another world bank says that nearly four hundred thousand people on an average move to the capital city dhaka among them seventy percent have fled their villages due to some sort of environmental shocked or climate change this is
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according to international organization of migration life in the slums are very difficult people do not like living here the prefer their old home in the villages but for survival they have to stay here most of the men folks here as construction workers day laborers are richer pullers woman folks if they're lucky they get a job in the garment factory some of them work as domestic help typically a house rent here ordered room rent rather just thirty dollars a month a very difficult environment most of them to cope with their children don't get to get free education that is another major challenge bangladesh barely contributes zero point four metric tons part capita to global carbon emissions yet it is a country that's bears the majority of the burn on climate change experts say that within next three decades the average temperature is going to be growing by two degrees centigrade this means a major challenge for bangladesh and its environment in coming years south koreans
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have been getting their hands on funds featuring the new super fast five g. mobile internet it is the. country in the world to roll out the service of mcbride has. events like this one have ensured there is maximum hype for the launch of five g. and south korea becomes the first country to offer nationwide coverage as one of the most digitally connected places on the planet it would be strange if south korea was not first with five g. this event by one of the service providers is in conjunction with samsung that at the moment is the only hand phone maker in south korea that offers a device fast enough to handle the incredible speeds of five g. a but they won't be the only ones for long all the other tablets and handphone makers playing catch up given the anticipated demand for five g. and it's not hard to see why the super fast internet speeds many times faster than
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current four g. speeds will offer all kinds of possibilities in terms of streaming of content a virtual reality or mentored reality the gaming applications and so on for consumers here in south korea for consumers anywhere in the world what is there not to like watching young and i'm expecting to use a high quality videos video phone calls in virtual reality and so much faster speed . far with south korea providing the quickest telecom service in the world i have high expectations. i watch a lot of videos so i think it's going to be good for netflix and you tube there are of course the wider implications of five g. force a society in the way we live our lives the ability to move vast amounts of data with almost no delay is reckoned will have a transformative impact on things like robotics driverless vehicles even drones to deliver things for korea companies there are of course security concerns about
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having so much more data and access points to it you just have to look at the controversy over chinese manufacturing while away and concerns about it controlling infrastructure for five g. . in places like the u.s. and elsewhere but certainly here in south korea the government believes that five g. is essential for the country to keep its economic competitiveness and as far as the consumers are concerned they believe they need five g. and they need it now. or it's going to end up at the top stories on a zero libya's u.n. back up what is deploying forces in and around the capital tripoli the city is under a state of emergency and that's in response to an advance by troops loyal to warlord hafta who controls parts of eastern libya he has called on his forces to quote liberate tripoli the un security council will hold an emergency meeting on friday to discuss the latest developments as they are spoken to libya's interior minister
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from the u.n. back when he says half doris trying to invade tripoli at a time of unprecedented peace and calm. i mean why use weapons in force to tear arise the people of libya to kill them and to force them to accept one thing only which is to be ruled by a military dictator what makes mr heft arbet a candidate then the other libyans if he's calling for a state with a strong army and police we are also calling for a state with a strong army and police and for the rule of law we will not be subdued by any use of force by any side or any person and if anyone is willing to use force that gives us we are really to secor for us but we will not give up on democracy which is what we have always wanted from the beginning the united states house of representatives has approved a resolution to end support for the saudi and u.a.e. led war in yemen will now go to president donald trump but he's already said he'll
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veto it. a wildfire has killed at least two people and forced thousands from their homes in south korea it broke out in the eastern province of gang war on thursday night and spread to the tal a day city of stock show people have been moved and at least fifty two schools have been shut down the man accused of attacking two mosques in new zealand has been ordered to undergo a psychiatric assessment to see if he's fit to go on trial australian brenton terrine made his second quarter appearance on friday he's been charged with fifty counts of murder and thirty nine of attempted murder after last month's attacks in the city of christchurch those are the headlines and just to let you know there's lots more as well on our website c.n.n. dot com get the latest on all the stories we're following here we'll be back in half an hour right now it's life apps for.
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it's. cool evening to you. and you. will be. a rich and diverse culture explored through its music istanbul songs of the city on al-jazeera . it's a mobile world. with calls texts and apps to help make our lives easier. but not everyone's benefit. yet. can mobile phone apps be designed to help make
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a better world. this series challenges app developers from around the world to visit communities who are missing out and then come up with an app that could help . a life. this week life apps is in brazil. a country that's in love with a smartphone but which remains deeply divided between the haves and have no. real division perhaps the world's most beautifully located city. with business booming brazil is home to a mobile phone. and his force. in the world for its number of smartphones.
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for young people like building a job creating outs for mobile phones is a dream come true. we're going to build a new computer humanities to use in vitro runners to stoop to signs musicians talent like many young software designers builder wants to make a decent living but he also wants to help others who are not so fortunate and don't have a college education i come here to go school you know it's science and then i'm up for example he said and you'll see i mistook a dish passing the. crab but i was operative soon. told me that he used to say that because he was you we thought he said i'm a quizzical no problem with. what i'm going to be enough of here. to do process and solve
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a design of the book in his new posse of ink you get to perceive the scene. was i reckon they could get a few seconds like i was family into the news but i felt as if it was continuing secrecy did me good he is young and as a been a few says he's going to finish that for the sort of taken over as year but his age . stones on. this project will cost us all. naked our family and. a video. soon into another job before. despite its beautiful said leo has many problems social exclusion pollution and unemployment. so life has challenge there through to design a mobile phone app to help reduce marginalized communities.
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routed to the south pole of the soon to be. very much. like many young brazilian spirit who wants to help create a sustainable economy that doesn't cause pollution or social exclusion he calls it the green economy i suppose to intervene. in the stuff change the world dies because that is. for me to see if any of us can imagine is a to detain. going to cease. fire situation is easy if you decide to develop their lives oh. hell mentioned where men are massing pfizer wolf was a put up of mice and shitting in. the coming years with the van shown on the moon to see g.g. promise as this is the view. headed i did who has accepted the challenge to come up
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with a mobile phone app that could promote the green economy in rio. but how can a mobile phone app help it's time for some on the ground research. here in rios last zome to meet scott do. they work to community projects in the model in allium own favela complexes two of brazil's largest shantytowns. as a shark in a call to action i might if. i can offer range how complex this scene is. there when there was a shot i asked the school when you dodge konoha provos example that you could produce assistant of your dad's that was a field provoke i was there. doing the gene you are taking it to me young people who can help him work on ideas for a map it was never a big. and in such a huge favela before the massive uncontrolled growth of ella's is
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a major environmental issue in rio there's little proper sanitation power or water supplies and hardly any green spaces. able to so that's if you can move the whole jase janda german economy especially on top of an economy has the edge and the answer that's going to back. it. up. that the. sun coming. up and that. will move. up on the roof stymied a young journalist. and other guy who works with x.
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convicts both lives in the. and students who grew up here in ma there. you can you know via simple check out the movie keep me for the weekend here so the news music you subsidies should pass so this mishmash people who veils the siege and causing jews but afford to part graduate at the manager. and he joins in the treasury. come up for the consensus and tell me would be too much the keys issue but a card a badge and sentimental bows could wish dogs afresh but it is a chip immune to forcibly shrugs a fresh position from the room. wouldn't support me no it's a good thing to do so knowing a secure thirty june being what it will god's got a visa seems a complete record by this possibility of using the idea that i was very near the market that my ego was i was cross the age of the always going to die the key of which is the percentage was given by this is the official in what i was about that
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i was the moving to the second he joined it at the moving to doing that you could put to say that was useful knowledge to what i mean it was the keys to think of it that makes the whole more. efficient to me at the scene the harsh reality of life in the favelas is becoming clear to build them however his new friends are already trying to promote a green economy. and they've got some ideas how a mobile phone app could help him out in mt the market makers and went to a galley t.l.o. place at the bait is asked to place a vessel that said i'm safe on it am i at every age as an annoyance to what he can't tear th fog of i put a i made out can i do this and they sell it on facebook powered by potential green a call and said you see bob know my logic you want to think of oneself as you do such a bit dodgy is that easily gotten made places on this is that is the cake had no one thing done what visit us our what reconciliation or to. all
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the many data on. to devise a plan on. course for use as a softball to this time and for you for from one cause to present this is commercial home for british tourist you could go over there on the cure for when you die your chairwoman course is you hear from your appearance just seems odd to my form of being before. me. close by along the avenue of brazil and that's the made one hundred fifty thousand people live in the complex one of the biggest in real. business taking a look around and meeting up with. he wants to see the kind of environmental problems that could be helped by a green economy. and the kind of solutions people are already working on.
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film fade to ikea i think they're hearing you must pass through that and then say because you see a sad experience you're moving quickly sure as whatever it is to be going is beige obviously shaky. the headlines tell us he had a routine mission to be sure mazen said dan today i think he has ever jageler illicit up will mean. you floyd system ain't she cheetah nice sure if i say and gave her a list i meant to to make. it . next to me that they expanded into a project called. going green you know all this john involves local people in sustainability projects and can things they use theater video in art for.
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close to people real close. they've been seen. they assume porn movies each you know we seldom used to visit you they should notice something good it was hit them or did i mean that you can't imagine the president this whole. charise next to the favelas used to spew dust into the atmosphere and the spike many protests one is still active. in the second access prison the front passing i think is that they are going to.
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be able to meet for a walk around a complex of valence that's even bigger than the alamo this is just one deadly neglected park for over half a million residents. so i can. finally in a gentle show you mock the. week at a visit to the local. level as. you wish to optimise a lot guys.


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