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now people here in el paso and in neighboring cities across the border with mexico are preparing for another painful ordeal the 1st of 22 funerals will be held on thursday robert oulds al-jazeera el paso. puerto rico's new governor has been sworn in the 3rd person to hold the office in less than a week the appointment of the justice secretary as follows weeks of political turmoil in the u.s. territory. reports now from san juan. the confusion continues and so too is the rapid change of leadership. being sworn in as puerto rico's new governor she had previously said she didn't even want the job but as justice minister she's next in line of succession and was obligated to take it. i'm taking this job as governor at this historic moment without ever having any.
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desire to complete my mission to serve the people in the best way i can she replaces pedro. who took office on friday he served as governor for just 5 days before the supreme court ruled his swearing in unconstitutional because he wasn't confirmed by the senate massive street protests. predecessor ricardo to resign amid a scandal involving his bulger text messages and allegations of corruption so as the 3rd governor in 6 days was sworn in it was clear many puerto ricans still are not happy what do you think of the new governor. it is. these people die they don't have their resources in a lot of resources got lost so she didn't do anything. i'm concerned. because she. and.
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it will be. in all of i mean she don't change anything that is a sentiment felt by many here some say they will not settle for this new governor. because i think it's my duty i think of my duty on if i want change i have to be part of it puerto rico is an island of 3000000 people and a territory of the united states it's going through its worst financial crisis ever and it's still trying to recover from a devastating hurricane 2 years ago that left much of the island without power for many months the political uncertainty now is not making matters any better. people will have to wait a while longer to pick their own governor elections are scheduled until the embers next year is on don't you see it in san juan puerto rico. also to come here now
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because they are including. alarm at the u.n. as gun battles break out in the yemeni port city of aden we'll have the details. on why no deal breaks it could be britain with severe food shortage explain that stay with us. hello there we have also a fairly brisk winds across areas of iraq pushing further south into kuwait it's always a shawl when it's typical for this time of year also fairly typical this time of year all the monsoon rains across into pakistan that back into fall cause as we head through thursday and friday because even thunderstorms in karachi on both days 10 inches in the low to mid thirty's celsius more of that rain to the north but mostly drawing kabul with a high of 35 celsius and 33. meanwhile those winds will continue for the south and
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we've seen quite a bit of sitting in to the southwest of yemen now this is not just being caught in fact we have had some rain with this so look at this the streets in a sauna really quite in a day to remember it's a very very dry region so when you get rain particularly some shot down poles that is exactly what can happen now that social when making things a little feel little bit better let me down across into castle 42 the high there on thursday and 40 cells his own friday so still holds but not as humid as we have seen of late meanwhile into southern africa at that we've already seen the rain already this week in and around cape town 13 celsius on thursday from just sliding by durban 21 sells his on thursday and then it gets even cooler as we head to friday at best wishes see about 17 celsius. conflict that is now considered to be the world's worst humanitarian crisis how
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many did not all have to die this horrible stock responses all are really for sale and investigation into how billions of euros are made from supplying arms to saudi arabia a leader of the coalition fighting a war in the south the case is interesting to watch because the amount of money involved yemen war profiteers on al-jazeera. welcome back to the top stories here on al-jazeera pakistan has expelled india's ambassador and suspended trade of a new delhi's decision to revoke the special status for indian administered kashmir
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indian security forces are imposing a clampdown in the region. there been protests against u.s. president donald trump in ohio and texas the visited 1st responders and survivors of 2 mass shootings 31 people were killed last weekend in the cities of data and. a puerto rico's new governor has been sworn in the 3rd person to hold the office in less than a week the point of just a 2nd one the vasquez follows weeks of political turmoil in the u.s. territory. the u.n. says it's alarmed by an increase in violence in the yemeni port city of aden. at least one person has been killed and 2 others seriously injured during clashes between government forces and u.s. backed separatists the fighting out near the presidential palace shops have been closed for the day because of fears of violence during the funeral of a high ranking commander. i'm going to of it was then that they attacked us we are peaceful and they are
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firing bullets the trenches mesmerism 5th column while we are holding the funeral of the heroic mob says may they rest in peace or humans interior minister has called for calm. they can have that and we'll have a look at that as the minister of the interior called on the citizens of god and to stay calm and be patient we are capable of dealing with such irresponsible behavior we will do our duty we ask everyone not to respond to the call made by honeybun breck because war is that subject of such a call only serves the. marne griffis the special envoy for yemen said he is alarmed by the military escalation that are taking place in today including reports of clashes in the vicinity of the presidential palace he's also deeply concerned by the recent rhetoric encouraging violence against yemeni institutions mr griffiths said that escalations of violence will contribute to instability and suffering in
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art and in will deepen yemen's political and social divisions the special envoy calls on all parties involved to abandon violence and engage in dialogue to resolve differences he also orders all those with influence to deescalate the situation and ensure the protection of civilians mohamad a lot more now from yemen's capital sana'a. the 1st confrontation started when the funeral procession of the commander of a 1000000000 mama ho's the commander of the security and support. forces which is backed by the united arab emirates the 1st confrontation started as the funeral procession. moved from the presidential palace to the confrontation taking have taken place between the forces of the internationally recognized government of hardy and the security forces who are loyal to this killed
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commander. there are reports that they have already critique and control of the 1st gates of the presidential palace members of the head is government had been reportedly fled the area. many experts believe that the situation is going ahead to words separation off aid in from the united arab from the united yemen so also the this in the case and of the deporting people from the north specially that they have late they have left there in aden for long decades the are businessmen and also people who are. deeply eroded with the society of aden you have the noble also expelled from the city reports about thousands of people have been deported so we as extra experts believe that the situation is going to head for for the separation of the south especially starting from aden. which is going to head to the separation of the south home for the north
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unless the united nations is about to take serious control many observers hope they will do something about it now dengue fever is spreading at a record rate in bangladesh more than 2000 people have been infected within a 24 hour period the government's allocated $6000000.00 to tackle the disease. 2000 people across bangladesh now have the virus at least 110 people including 20 children are reported to have died from the disease is generally there's concerns it could spread further in the capital dhaka the number of female mosquitoes that carry dengue fever is 14 times higher than it was before the monsoon season began in june well tom vitale joins us live now from dhaka so just bring us up to date with this dengue fever outbreak tom there just how bad is it. rather it is steadily actually getting worse just to give side on 2000 and the year
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2000 when i actually started spreading in bangladesh since then this is the worst case scenario especially in the urban areas but diggler in dhaka city now most of the private as well as public hospital i was overwhelmed i mean that conference for a lot of the patients that are coming in i mean the hospital called the holy family hospital we spoke to the doctors here they said on an average they're getting 150 to 200 patients with dengue fever and they only have room for 400 patients so that's a practical scenario in the city gradually spreading to rural areas and it is in a few days where 1000000 people from dhaka is going to move to the rural areas to see their spend a vacation and that's when the virus is going to spread because a lot of infected people are also going to move along with the rest of the population now the figures are confusing the government has a figure that's showing that it least $23.00 people died as of today at least 29000
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people are infected but the public record shows much more than that as well as the major newspaper reports side the number of that is actually much significantly higher every time this sort of preventative action and then has the government been taking. well the. world health organization said it's not alarming it is alarming but it's still control of government to set up special cell at least 10 of them to monitor the situation as well as clean up as well as fogging and public awareness campaign in the t.v. radio and newspaper so little late but the government also came under criticism from opposition and civil society for not taking enough preventative state before this epidemic stop it time to thank you venezuela's government has canceled several talks with the opposition this week because of new economic sanctions imposed by
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the united states protesters have been rallying against the sanctions in the capital caracas the white house says the measures will cut off funding to president maduro venezuela says the freezing of assets is an attack on part of property. we're going to win this battle and by a little we'll go forward with grace overcoming integrations and blockades the united states has not and will leave the. this is the birthplace of the liberators donald trump john bolton they can't and will not be able to take on now homeland. other. united states and it's a way that would you. evaluate militias that are now part of the armed forces there here with hundreds of other people worried about what would happen to venezuela what influence what this latest sanctions have. from signed an executive order
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banning american companies from doing business with. stealing from the united states threatening countries like russia and china from doing business with venezuela related sanctions. from being. mostly because that is not a private companies of course many of the companies that we have spoken to say that they're worried about what impact they're going to have the government is saying that they're trying to find alternative ways in order to find a way out so that it doesn't have an impact on. talking to countries like russia and china and even though it. did in the west it continues to have the support of like an. official leader. to challenge governments are they going to be saying that. you know to
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pressure. the president and actually the opposition believe. that way out of the parent economic crisis sort of state might bump says the u.s. will pursue a free trade agreement with the u.k. a soon as it leaves the european union the british foreign secretary dominic rob says the deal will be made soon after the october 31st brags that deadline will offer the washington meeting with a bridge that was finalized the u.s. to be ready to sign a deal with britain at the earliest possible time. drink industry has worn. major shortages if the country crashes out of the e.u. without a deal it says a disorderly brags that could disrupt food supplies a month's living fresh produce rotting at ports. in central london. businesses shot supply chains interrupted jobs lost the chances of britain leaving the e.u. on october the 31st without a deal to regulate trade have become all too real warnings about the potential
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consequences for manufacturing to medicines now joined by the food and drinks federation so we know there's going to be disruption in the ports particularly across the straits france where a lot of our food comes from and we know that that will have knock on effects that there will be some shortages of food in the u.k. in the weeks and months after. the food industry and u.k. transport is attempted earlier this year to test the scenario of sudden customs checks leading to long queues at the main u.k. ports of trade. an exercise that involved parking trucks at the disused airfield did little to allay fears but brooks its supporters including the new foreign secretary in canada drumming up interest in a trade deal this week say the short term pain of a heart breaks it all worth it for the long term gains we want to expand our horizons and raise our level of ambition in the world and as part of that we want
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to take our friendship with canada and the canadian people to the next level in its 1st fortnight in office the johnson government has made clear that if the e.u. won't renegotiate the existing withdrawal agreement then and no deal breaks it is inevitable and as for those dire industry warnings were the governments he was largely to shrug them off never mind that lorry load of fresh produce wouldn't last long sitting on a disused airstrip and retailers say even efforts at stockpiling dry goods will be complicated by the fact that warehouses are already filling up ahead of christmas most m.p.'s have vacated westminster for the summer recess but remember those late night knife edge votes in the spring well never far from their minds now will be the battle to come between those who support the government's no deal threat and those who want to stop it in parliament that will be all the people are talking about and already you hear the reports about m.p.'s meeting to try and figure out
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ways they can stop the government taking as to no deal what we don't know because we've had so little time to watch boris johnson interact with parliament we only have one day before the recess is whether sufficient numbers of conservative m.p.'s will be willing to take that ultimate step of voting the government down to try and stop no deal and a fraught autumn of politics lies ahead jonah al-jazeera london. part of the headlines here on al-jazeera pakistan is expelled india's ambassador and suspended trade of a new delhi's decision to revoke the special status for indian administered kashmir indian security forces are imposing a clampdown in the region. they've been protests against u.s. president donald trump in ohio and texas as he visited 1st responders and survivors of 2 mass shootings 31 people were killed last weekend in the cities of dayton and
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el paso demonstrators say trump's rhetoric may have contributed to the passover time the president says people there gave him a warm reception. we had an amazing hey you know we left. the love the respect with you. i wish you could have been in there to see it and wish you could have been there and be the enthusiasm the love the respect and also the telling let's see if we can get something republicans want to do and democrats want to do you know puerto rico's new governor has been sworn in the 3rd person to hold the office in less than a week the appointment of the justice secretary wonder vasco as follows weeks of political turmoil in the u.s. territory some see her as being too close to former governor of a car that will say your he stepped down last week after protests triggered by a scandal of offensive text messages. the u.n. says it's alarmed by an upsurge in violence in the yemeni city of aden at least one
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person has been killed and 2 others seriously injured during clashes between government forces and u.s. backed militia the fighting happened near the presidential palace. but as well as government has canceled show jule talks with the opposition this week because of new economic sanctions imposed by the united states testers have been rallying against sanctions in the capital caracas the white house says the measures will cut off funding to president nicolas maduro as well as the freezing of assets is an attack on private property. it is spreading. in bangladesh. the government has allocated $6000000.00 to the outbreak $32000.00 people have been infected the media says at least $110.00 people have died from the disease including $28.00 children but those were the headlines news continues here on al-jazeera to witness a cold war. the
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a. 0000. 0000. 0000 in the world. war small hours being very important. it is considered our main staple. it takes a lot of work to dismember a wallers. takes a crew you know to fight that out. takes the family to put it away.
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survive here it's about family. i know i have relatives there i just don't know very much about them. i have no connection with my rest russian relatives photo i don't know their dialect so there's a really big there. i've heard stories a long time ago hall their worst interaction between the village just before the
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ice cream. i think about home my grandparents might have felt when they separated them. that must have been a big grief for them too. that connection a lot of our elders have asked to die made would love to have a reunion. like . time to travel courtney's or for day week i and ministering all the programs we have all the accounts we oversee. it's like taking care of to me.
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the last reunion was you know in the early ninety's. so if this is going to be the 1st event for a long time i think it's going to be so special. 8 will be traveling to wells today with behringer weather permitting 8 of them will be staying at the school and maybe 5 or 6 pack my house between my house and 4 picks. for that stop pay to have that were signed. and. if rather permits. will be traveling to well we didn't pour the weather to come down to come today we can. go depend on the weather and you know what is there going to come here or whether it's always the thing for me so if it's going to be delayed it's going to be done they'd. nothing really works on schedule.
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time times dire need it's really hard to live and. they always. remind us when the ice starts to reseat and me you know you could fall through. i lost my daughter my youngest she went to the ice me 212000 i. was 6 years old. just 5 minutes before she was with me and she was down there and gone just in 5 minutes i have lost her. took me a while to heal from that and when i was going to that process lot of have to do with subsistence be it with food or your sewing skins sure you're
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making a park or something. you're doing something to keep yourself busy subsistence is so time consuming that it heals you to. hi edward. there's coffee decaf. yeah for tomorrow i'm going to put in a french. are you know you do it with the phone on your i was kind of around it the bone is just there for favored member or favor. my best memories of how our parents raised thought of it where subsistence my dad loves hunting and fishing. because he's a lot older and is a little harder for him now.
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in the my parents. because of medical reasons. there are new in the book. and i know in their bigger part of them who really wants to be a dying breed. they were here 6 weeks ago and they were so happy. with. the atlanta. they want to be taking care of my parents but i ask my mom her tour de force which she really needs to hear.
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knowing that they prefer a native foods i'm sending in the stuff they enjoy from guy meat because i worry about their. these are mixture of food in oil this one is baby walrus. this one is breast milk of the walrus. this is. the intestines really rinse clean half trying to. pee pee all are. a walrus skin plus a little bit of the blubber. it's really hard to dig in the barrel of your hands freeze going in that oil is for a reason then you're digging it's hard it's got to be really tough for that.
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nice or egg he joked are you keeping those eggs. i should bring a few over as i'm going to make them or egg mike salad or. some kind of cap and fever pitch to you because di me just so i still eat it. those moments i was call my alcatraz time you know. 80 percent it is outrageous. but 20 percent it's paradise. sometimes i go down this one. pick cabbage and i'm just like come up this way. and then i go down another rich spicy man down.
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the greens are you there is everything you want here the same area as one of my favorite picking area who i found a cabbage. to my mom when she was here she showed me all the picking grow all her favorite spots . you see how i remove it without taking their word. so it can grow another and next year too. it's time consuming but it's failing. and it also involves the kids help you to prepare. it kind of keeps the family to shit together.
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loads 7. of things but. but we're going to get in there. and give me a fire. and. i mean. i'd like to hear. you but in early you'd better leave anywhere. if i go if a guy anybody remember me but have poor when you're both 67 you're still going birding. great but look.
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i got ready tears coming over us. by way of maine but tell you that they'll make it out tomorrow. but we don't know who to russians yet they're russians are you ready to take descendants of our family i say had 2 of maybe 2 i think 2 and 3 are side of and. maybe your great great uncle.

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