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me to put this is it that we continue on with their fight until those 2 months i'm age are with the latest in hong kong sarah thank you at least 30 people were injured when a train and a truck collided in the japanese city of yokohama emergency workers said the crash happened when the truck entered a railway crossing media reports the truck driver was pulled from the wreckage and taken to the hospital and he isn't a serious condition and the cause of that collision is still under investigation still ahead on al-jazeera the bahamas death toll dramatically as hurricane dorian regains intensity and the u.s. imposes new sanctions on iran for the 3rd time in a week. hello again welcome back we're here cross live on things looking quite nice over the next
few days not a lot of activity here on our satellite image down towards crotchet though we did begin the week with plenty of clouds and showers there were in your forecast but now things are looking much better we do expect to see clear skies with a temper there here on thursday of $34.00 degrees and as we go towards friday we're really not changing too much for baghdad 45 degrees on friday and quite city at 46 well here across the gulf it has been the humanity still a big problem in the morning temper wise though we are going to hit the low forty's for doha at $41.00 degrees there at $38.00 but we are going to be picking up more clouds here along the coast of amman over the next few days muscat though a nice day for you at $32.00 degrees but down here towards lola it could be mostly cloudy at about $27.00 and then across the southern part of africa we are expecting to see a big storm develop that has already brought some winds and rain across the southern cape as well as eastern cape rain anywhere from port elizabeth appear towards durban over the next few days durban 18 degrees as your expected high but as we go towards friday that low really begins to develop johannesburg attempters begin to
drop as well winds extend all the way up here towards parts of harare but we could even see some snow just to the west of durban where the temperature durban at about 16. the ultranationalist marks connected with one of the world's worst humanitarian crises we doe as. my grand joining with the military to impose a deadly political agenda we have to protect our nation what has happened to the engine that's one of the biggest stains on the country as a whole. this is not religion this is a politic me in my heart an unholy alliance on al-jazeera.
this is al jazeera and these are the top stories right now the british prime minister's attempt to hold a snap election before the deadline of october 31st has been rejected by m.p.'s forced johnson had called for the early poll after the lower house of parliament voted to block the possibility for now of a no exit from the e.u. . chinese and american trade negotiators will meet for talks in october to try to put an end to the ongoing trade war between the world's 2 largest economies the latest round of tit for tat tariffs between the 2 countries went into effect on sunday and hong kong's chief executive carrie lamb says she'd support an international inquiry into the behavior of police during the protests that have dogged the territory for 3 months she also says the controversial extradition bill will be withdrawn with no debate and no voting. the number of people in the bahamas
killed by hurricane dorian has jumped to 20 and is expected to rise the united nations is warning $70000.00 people are in need of aid and has pledged a $1000000.00 the speed of the whence it hit the albacore islands when dorian made landfall were the highest on record and the prime minister says rescue operations are in full swing and he has warned against looting. if the stories on the council building disturbances. behave i distrust. anyone would be and for the search for those affected by this tragedy. be the person to do just. this to the full extent. of one of the areas devastated by the hurricane. just to give you an idea of where we are we just arrived in trace treasure key this is on the island of abaco one of
the more northern those islands of the bahamas you can see that this is pretty much ground 0 of where hurricane dorian most affected this island nation it's a 36 hours before that hurricane again a category 5 to make it across the the northern most islands of the bahamas winds upwards of 350 kilometers per hour what you see behind me this is actually what's left of the airport terminal again with just arrived when you're flying in you can really get a sense of the devastation there's a conifer forests all around has acres and acres of trees literally split in half it sounds cliche to say this but it but it looks as though a bomb went off here if you were to drive a master action now that the waters have subsided you arrive at marsh harbor there are thousands of people who live there the latest estimates that we heard were somewhere around 13000 homes that were practically leveled by by this hurricane
there's no electricity there's no cell phone service or dozens of people here effectively. effectively homeless waiting for evacuation waiting for supplies that again is another concern the potential shortage of food shortage of water and shortage of medicine the united nations on tuesday evening had already said that this is a crisis that can only be made worse if there is an immediate action by the international community after wrecking parts of the bahamas hurricane dorian is heading to the u.s. east coast florida could be spared a direct hit but the slow moving storm could still make landfall in the carolinas georgia later this week and it still packing winds of up to 165 kilometers per hour . or east coast certainly is within the cone still and people need to remain vigilant if you are ordered to evacuate you need to do that from palm beach county all the way up to nassau the florida georgia. border all those coastal counties
they have issued evacuation orders and and it's important that residents heed those calls you know get out now while you have time or there's fuel available and you'll be safe on the road the us has and has new sanctions on iran for the 3rd time in a week iran immediately head back by announcing its plans to further scale back its commitments to its 2015 nuclear deal al-jazeera as wason jordan has more from washington d.c. another day another round of u.s. sanctions against iranian officials hezbollah and businesses in india singapore and the u.a.e. but wednesday sanctions included a twist the u.s. is offering a $15000000.00 reward from a fund meant to find alleged terrorists to get information about the people running what officials call an illegal scheme to sell oil on the world market these people they say are members of iran's islamic revolutionary guard corps coots force or
i.r.g.c. this network has moved hundreds of millions of dollars worth of illicit oil that money is then used to fund terrorism in recent months the shipping network used more than a dozen tankers to export nearly 10000000 barrels of crude oil largely to syria to support assad even before wednesday's announcement had been emailing the captains of a dozen iranian tankers offering them millions in cash if they would sail to ports where the u.s. could then seize the vessels one of the captains targeted is at the helm of the iran owned adrian daria one which u.k. sailors recently seized near gibraltar who are trying to move well illegally to syria and the tanker has now gone dark somewhere off the syrian coast perhaps in a bid to transfer its cargo to another vessel in the mediterranean. iran's reaction to the new sanctions in a tweet foreign minister jobs
a reef said having failed at piracy the u.s. resorts to outright blackmail deliver us iran's oil and receive several $1000000.00 or be sanctioned yourself serif comment comes as his government is indorsing a french proposal to extend a $15000000000.00 line of credit so to hong can pay its bills the u.s. is not in favor of such an offer and says it may violate existing sanctions even so the u.s. president is keeping open the chance of a face to face talks with haasan rouhani and it is possible. they would like to be able to solve the problem got a big problem they're getting killed financially but iran isn't focused on talks it says it's downgrading its compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal that means after the decree is issued today or tomorrow the atomic energy organization will rapidly speed up its activities in order to reach its goals threats met with counter
threats and no signs of either side relenting rosalyn jordan al-jazeera washington . argentines of help protests against their government's economic policies they're angry at high inflation at president rates are mockeries attempts to steer the country out of a worsening financial crisis reports. thousands of people took over the center of one asides to demand more government help. they want the administration. to implement a food emergency program to help those who are struggling with the ongoing economic crises. come here to announce today off the hunger the problems we are facing because of the policies of murray to america and the i.m.f. we would like the government to receive us and to help us fight the difficulties people are facing today. argentina's economy has been struggling in the past year. in 2018 a lack of investor confidence forced argentina to request an over $50000000000.00
loan from the international monetary fund it was the largest bailout in the history of the organization. last month primary elections showed a 15 point lead over a lot of the for a man this who is running mate is former president cristina fernandez. the possibility of a comeback from the center left scared investors away. the results of the primaries were like a tsunami the possibility that a populist government coming back generated more uncertainty the earthquake reduced to 0 most alternatives of finance for the government in an economy that is already in an extremely complicated situation. since then people have been heading to the bank to get their savings out. argentines remember the 2001 crisis all too well when banks froze all accounts for 12 months clashes between people and the police ended with several dead and precipitated the fall of the government. the
currency has not made it all 100 percent in the past year and in this country. immediately translates into more inflation the government has taken measures in order to help those in need like increasing minimum wage and reducing the tax rates on basic food items that people here say it's not enough. be they don't want to be known or has been without a job for years he wants the government to change. to see more poverty. the situation changes the next president could help us. early this week the government announced a currency controls that have stabilized the pace or at least for a while the problem are the consequences on the population especially those who are struggling to get by. and to cedar when. there's growing outrage after
a series of xenophobic attacks on foreign owned businesses in south africa nigeria as vice president says his country will boycott economic forum in south africa or metastasize more from johannesburg. nigerians angry about anti foreign attacks in africa protest outside the surf going on store in the us they want the government to do more to protect nigerians living in south africa from government debt frankel supports. the supports what is the protect life or property of those people while our mind you know people are buying our people are dying on a daily basis. in certain things are slowly getting back to normal after a few days of rioting in looting many foreign owned businesses were targeted. is from mali he says he's lived in south africa for more than 20 years and can understand why some locals feel foreigners are taking their jobs. i live all. day out. not only did me you know what do you do someone
figure us raises from ethiopia he's nervous about speaking about just. trying nationals in case a stall is targeted some people say why speak poverty and inequality on the violence all of us a free concert but souls of sometimes go through things like we came full of the. cons that alone i don't know but. what i don't know is all the free comes to. north. america but also we came from this is one thing. some surfer believe criminal gangs are responsible for the recent violence why are taking i want only our own africans why are we different behind you why do whites the chinese if we're really really does think it's all up it's only through for p.r.
when we are taking only our own. attacks so many african foreign nationals happen regularly the entire africa many who come here are competing to locals the skills jobs and government services some shops and businesses have an open to 4 days many owners are afraid that could be more violence and looting this area in downtown johannesburg is where many of the attacks happened with the country's an employment rate at nearly 30 percent and the phone the sentiments will likely continue. there . google has agreed to pay a record $170000000.00 fine for violating children's privacy regulators say you too which is owned by google or illegally collect a personal information about users under the age of 13 without parental consent the tech giant then use that data to target advertising the settlement is the largest ever in a children's privacy case in the united states in afraid is the chief technology
correspondent at the news web site x. she says there are too many loopholes and you tube's current system which allow information gathering on children. basically what we're talking about here is programming that's clearly designed for children but isn't labeled as kids' content and therefore has targeted advertising and you tube saying they're going to take 2 big steps to try and address this one they're going to insist but you know we'll see how strict they are that content creators label content that's intended for children and then also that they're going to use their own machine learning and artificial intelligence to try and decide and surface and notice what is children's content and then you know take action to not serve targeted advertising against that type of content and the issue right now is that there's tons of kids on the main you tube site there's a separate site called the you tube kids but that's not where most kids content is watched u.s. authorities just don't have the ability to find these tech companies any amounts
that really make a difference i mean obviously $170000000.00 isn't nothing but it's not very much to google and it certainly is a drop in the bucket to the amount of revenue that you tube is bringing in we see much more significant finds when europe takes action but even still the finds themselves tend not to be the deterrent that one would want so really what you have to look at are the changes to their business contacts to see if this is going to make any sort of difference. conservationists are worried about the fate of the endangered harang towns because indonesia's plan to move the capital eleana borneo has been earmarked by the widow government as the home for a possible new capital it's known for its lush forestry and protected animals including the tam well environmentalists fear any uncontrolled city development on the island will have a negative effect but the government says nothing will be built in the protected areas. american skier jenny simons has had a lucky escape during
a competition in new zealand. you can see she lost her ski at the top of the run her helmet also came off during the fall but 20 year old actually was not seriously and surely afterward she said that this incident actually increased her confidence as she now knows she can handle even the toughest crash. and we shall carry these are the headlines right now on al-jazeera the british prime minister's attempt to hold a snap election before the break that deadline has been rejected by m.p.'s forced johnson to call for the early poll after the lower house of parliament voted to block a possible new deal exit from the e.u. opposition leaders army corp and ridicule will call for an election. but also the
election to die is a bit like the offer of an awful to snow white in the wiki query because what he's offering you still is an apple or even election but the poison of a no do you. assume is history i repeat i repeat what i said last night last night and that is philip haas and jane royal assent then we will back at election chinese and american trade negotiators will meet for talks in october to try to put an end to the ongoing trade war between the world's 2 largest economies the latest round of tit for tat tariffs between the 2 countries went into effect on sunday. kong's chief executive carrie lamb says she supports an international inquiry into police action in the ongoing protests on tuesday she announced the withdrawal of more controversial extradition bill but that is not satisfying the protesters they say the demonstrations will continue this bill would have allowed criminal suspects to be sent to mainland china for
a trial the bill will be withdrawn. that will be no debate and no vote. the 2nd action is we will fully support the world of the independent police complaints council people from all walks of life with different stances and backgrounds invited to share their views and air their grievances we must find ways to address the discontent in society and look for solutions the number of people in the bahamas killed by hurricane dorian has jumped to 20 and that number is expected to rise the united nations is warning 70000 people are in need of aid and has pledged $1000000.00 the storm is regaining strength and it's back to a category 3 now and his prime minister says rescue operations are in full swing and he has also warned against looting. those are the headlines to keep it on al
jazeera much more to come witness this next talk to al-jazeera we ask what guarantees would you give to the people who will be attending the minimal workshop we listen i'm supposed to explain apologize for someone who is also terrorizing we meet with global newsmakers and talk about the stories that matter on the show just 0. but. i've never really been into any or any group i've heard it all like you're not somali enough you're not a good muslim you're not american enough. have multiple identities multiple
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