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maybe some cracks or even more fissures in that relationship absolutely of course everything that washington does and other european capitals and elsewhere depends on what happens in egypt and the fissures within egypt regime access certain processors may have had to have here and also certain you know social media comments by people close to the egyptian regime such as semi and that that all is interesting given that you know prior to this week there seemed to be a great deal of unanimity in egypt in the elites in favor of sisi that seems to be cracking and that of course affects things here in washington d.c. i find it very interesting that the human rights organizations are calling for careful treatment of these protesters without even mentioning the 10s of thousands currently in jail including u.s. citizens and journalists and others they're focused on this particular group and that indicates to me that both the human rights organizations and the parts of the
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government that observe egypt will be paying special attention to the $170.00 that have been arrested any further arrests and the treatment of all these individuals separately from the 10s of thousands already in detention and that could be a cause of friction in the coming months mike pump a.o. was in egypt earlier a few months ago and with there were talks about more cooperation in the fight against terrorism given that and then also given that it's recognized i would believe that it is not a democracy in any way particularly with calling him has favorite dictator do you think the u.s. just need egypt egyptian corporation and does need sisi loyalty . i don't think the us particularly need sisi himself i think eventually he could well be ousted by gyptian military.
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backers of him when he becomes more of. a liability than a plus for the regime we're not there yet but i think the us doesn't even fully trust sisi when it comes to fighting terrorism and the best evidence for that is the way in which lots of parts of the us government criticize the way c.c. uses weapons in the sinai conflict and doesn't allow american advisers in american journalists to go into the sinai to see how that war is being prosecuted and that's connected to all of these other issues and so the question is you know worldwide but also in the u.s. it's a jewish unship and just for egypt you know what are you doing to attenuate terrorism and what might be making it worse and in the sinai in particular the antiterrorism strategies seem to at times make things worse and that of course doesn't bode well for the any trust from washington in c.c.
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in terms of counterterrorism. and as always thank you for your time. in other news saudi arabia says it will wait until it finishes investigating last week's drone strikes on 2 of its oil facilities before taking action saudi's minister of state for foreign affairs baer believes un investigators will confirm iran was behind the strikes a charge that a terror on denies has rejected the claim by yemen's who both that they carried out the strikes. on the bush team and it was to my duty mr leader to be able the international community has a huge responsibility to put into runs aggressive and deliberate policies and practices that undermine the region if not the whole world these acts are in violation of the international laws and international customs must prove its not a barbarian country is a state if so it should respect the sovereignty of other states frame from supporting terrorism in refrain from exporting weapons to terrorist militias in the
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region that are used against civilians and outside big has more on the reaction from terror on. repeated the allegations accusing iran of behind being behind those attacks accusing iran of funding terrorist organizations but also they appealing to the international community and trying to get opposition to iran the language is very much that iran has broken international law that this attack on iran's actions could affect oil supplies to the rest of the world and they're trying to tell the world that they need to get on board with what the united states and saudi arabia want to send more sanctions more pressure on iran from the iranian perspective they will see this as. still able to prove where those drones and missiles came from so that the investigation is still ongoing and they would release those findings but the united states has put sanctions further sanctions on iran and iran central bank now the foreign minister zarif has respond to that he said that this shows the desperation because of the maximum pressure campaign isn't
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working for the united states he also said that they are people that fear that the united states will return to negotiations and they want to drag the united states into a war so from iran prospect if they're watching this this briefing and it's still very much the same accusations leveled against iran but with very little evidence at this point in time. well the u.s. is sending more troops to saudi arabia to boost defenses against what it calls iranian aggression and as also i just mentioned new u.s. sanctions are being imposed on iran a move that the foreign minister job zarif has described desperate times blank america's he says how she is no different than sanctioning the central bank shows us desperation more than anything else because americans have imposed whatever sanctions they could against iran what they are doing right now is to sanction the central bank that has already been sanctioned but under a different title but of course there are measures shows there endeavor to block
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iran's international commerce to block food and medicine from reaching the people of iraq. and there's plenty more still ahead this news hour including. more tear gas and water cannon hong kong's protests show no signs of slowing down. being the change she wanted to see uganda's climate is inspiring a continent. and star another stole the show for you've been just peter will have much more of that actually coming up in sport. one day after leading the biggest climate protest in history young activists have taken their calls for action to the united nations the youth climate summit was open by teenager or teenage campaigner gratitude berg who inspired friday's demonstrations our diplomatic editor james bass reports from the united nations
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headquarters. the day of the people around the world led by the youth took to the streets here young people to hear one of the global halls of power this is the u.n. youth summit but the most powerful person was not here to speak u.n. secretary general antonio good terrorist who's billed as the keynote this snow and these are among the speeches you heard these negotiations and climate change policy started in 1902 even before most of my generation was done for over 25 years and the emissions have only reason. we appreciate that you there are no other table where the discussions are being held but our voices and our imports must be allowed to influence this decision yesterday millions of people across the globe. marched and demanded real climate action especially young people.
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we showed that we we are united and that we young people are unstoppable the u.n. is hoping to leverage the people power we've seen in recent days led by the youth and gratitude ahead of a climate summit of world leaders on monday among those who'll be there at the launch chancellor merkel of germany president macro of france and prime minister modi of india but what about the 2 biggest emitters or china will be represented by state councilor and foreign minister wang ye and the u.s. will president trump is in town but he won't be attending the meeting in the us system the longer your title the more junior you are and we're told the u.s. delegation will be headed by the principal deputy assistant secretary of state for oceans and international environmental and scientific affairs marsha byrne a cat i'd never heard of her before
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a clear snub james. at the united nations. in her understand as the executive director of the united nations environment program and she says young people are making progress where an older generation has failed. we are behind the fight against where we should be on the fight on climate change which is why we're seeking to mobilize which is why we want the whole world to see that there is still time although that window is closing there is still time to take action we need to carbonized our economies we need to invest in our nature in restoration for resilience because if we don't those 4 and a half 1000000 people that are impacted by climatic disasters that number will grow if we don't those 2 and a half 1000000 people that live with water scarcity on that to 2 thirds of the population that live with water scarcity that will grow if we don't those fires so inundations those droughts etc that will grow so i think people people are seeing
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the lives in their lifetime the environment in their lifetime change so there is a momentum. while the push for climate action isn't the only reason people are taking to the streets in the u.s. thousands across the country join marches to also voice their anger over issues ranging from gun control and asylum seekers to corruption and to gallagher has been speaking to the organizers in washington d.c. . where this is one of 60 marches being organized across the united states it's a we the people march their main concerns with things like gun control climate change the separation of children from their parents who are trying to make a better life for themselves enough to say well let's bring in one of the organizers here what's your name and he torrance anthony was everyone here today yeah we're here because the day that we stop fighting for democracy is the day we lose it and i'm with the people one of the supporting organizations here where
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fighting to build the grassroots movement for impeachment and so we've been putting out a call to action today people are marching on monday we're going to be doing a mobilization on capitol hill to demand that congress do their job and impeach i mean we've seen the past couple days this president is abusing more of his power and feels that he has no check on his power and so we the people have to demand that our congress do what must be done and that's the duty i think you want to be organized this morning told us to expect between 122-0000 people there or maybe a 1000 here it's growing slowly but the numbers aren't what they said they were but i forces are being heard. well for more on the environment you can watch our new show planet a so as you'll find it here knowledge is there on sunday at 730 g.m.t. . new delhi revoked the autonomy of a didn't minister kushner nearly 2 months ago in the process of splitting the territory to 2 federally administered regions will begin next month but as priya
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good to reports from lay district that decision's been met with both optimists and concern. let duck a cold himalayan desert in northern india. here put this monasteries in the district to flee happen standing tall for centuries. winters are harsh for 6 months a year this remote region is mostly cutoff people who live depend mostly on tourism look at polluted and see the regional government of jammu and kashmir has long neglected we are under presented in the indian parliament and also in the state assembly and it was completely really centric. administration. in place in the state secretary in srinagar in germany. there's hardly any. the people of lee have long demanded a union territory for the lead dog is home to around 46 percent but this and
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a majority of more than 250000 people who live here are muslims the decision to put their region under the direct rule of new delhi has had a mixed response from the communities determined to preserve the unique ethnic and religious identity as well as the land they know gost prime minister nuri through modi said he wants to open the region to investments and development. nearly all the people of laid off from tribal communities and many are concerned about the changes outside les mis might bring to the local economy and culture result drama tourism is our backbone 2nd is agriculture we will not say no to outside investments but we have so many and travel agents of own and many hotels are running empty so when our own people are suffering how will outsiders benefit. 'd more than 200 kilometers away many muslims in cargo district are also anxious be
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include farmers like muhammad abbas has got the. we are scared because genuine kashmir was earlier under protection and now that protection is gone you're scared that outsiders can come and buy our land outsiders who have a lot of money. most of the people living in cargill are shia muslims the opposed splitting of indian administered kashmir and say they want safeguards becomes a union territory or u t i try my question today were in a no man's land we didn't demand a uti status no one asked as it was imposed on us earlier we had learned protection job security and we could make our own laws. the government is also working on several investment and infrastructure projects in the region how all these changes will affect people's lives here we can only wait and find out. the al-jazeera.
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hong kong police fired tear gas to disperse protests in 3 districts as anti-government rallies there and to their 16th week. separate protests were held across the territory on saturday but much of the chaos happened near the human long metro station that's where protesters were attacked by allegedly gang members 2 months ago demonstrators also angry with the police's decision to cut short an authorized march some reportedly threw petrol bombs at officers and tried to take their guns. has more from hong kong. this is the 16th weekend of protests here and this one in a mall adjacent to in ensuring the reason the protesters are here in the months ago a gang dressed in white sox beat up protestors after they holding events here and that is something that's really been a rallying cry for the protesters here about why they're here tonight. the
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protesters are here because and are stationed along station was shot down by the police now there was supposed to be here are several you know they're a little bit too late because they are holding another protest in the n.p.r. station earlier that protestors actually by the government but they ran a little bit late past the 5 year mark and the bit of a confrontation between the police and the protesters with a little bit here to the mall. earlier in the day probating supporters carried out what they said was a cleanup and they went out to the living walls these are places that have been dubbed the socks because this is where protesters went out and put anti-government anti kind of banners and notes on the wall the probate supporters went out to clean it up now protesters say that they're going to continue with their operations this weekend on sunday they're going to head out on international airport there they say they want to get that make an attempt to disrupt the traffic there. and still ahead on al-jazeera marking 5 years of a. rebel takeover in yemen sudanese celebrates
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a key milestone. it's really a un of the art world i would say. and desperate journeys immortalize telling the stories of the global refugee crisis through arts. and sports illustrated survive a big scare in their opening rugby world cup match against fiji by the best of the action peter. how has the season attempts probably succeeds in changing we go to typhoon again tench we're typhoon nidia the strength running up the east coast of china producing grain of think into shanghai but notice the wind direction off witnesses saw the thing that prompts the north east monsoon to take over so humidity is dropping but
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temperatures not yet with it $31.00 hong kong about 13 will hang but his dry for the most part the rain further west has been showing itself as the monsoon rains typically should be the southwest monsoon this is should be disappearing but you've got a load of rain up in bhutan northeast and india and the tibetan plateau where of course it's cold enough for snow the general rain belt is moving south was now we see the potential now we've seen realized flooding in cambodia in taiwan the potential still exists because that's where the line is that does also mean you've got a little while to wait before the dry season ends in indonesia or indeed mush in malaysia could sing like a shower to singapore you might get a shower too but it's not really the season just yet and as it said the southwest monsoon is retreating from india it is today it was doing it quite slowly so still you have in the forecast and in real time from gojira northeast winds heavy rain potential. weather sponsored by catalona is.
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hello again you're watching out is there and his reminder of our main stories this hour there have been protests in egypt for a 2nd day on saturday demanding the resignation of president sisi security forces fired tear gas at protesters in the streets of suez rallies were also hell didn't just near cairo and dozens of people were arrested in friday's rallies which saw thousands take to the streets. saudi arabia says it will wait until it finishes investigating last week's drone strike on 2. if it's all facilities before it takes
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action the u.n. is investigating and the kingdom says it believes it will confirm iran was behind the strikes on aramco. teenage campaign agreed to. the youth climate summit at the united nations that's just a day after millions around the world took part in protests calling for more action on climate change. one of the many people gratitude because it's part of its climates activist vanessa not could say from kampala uganda the 22 year old is in new york for the u.n. climate summit al-jazeera visited venice or just before she left home and this is her story. after school i wanted to do something that could cause change and impact in people's lives in my country through my research i got to find out about climate strikes by a greater. i started looking for climate activists around africa but
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i failed to get one i said to look for them in uganda but i failed to get one so it was up to me to start the flame it strikes. i'm fighting for a better future for everyone a better future for my family for the citizens of this country for africa as a quantum it and for the citizens of this entire world i believe that through my strikes climate action can be taken by our government leaders and the public to try and me to get their situation and revive the problem that we are facing great now. i was invited by the united nations for the youth climate summit so i've been crying got preparations i'm going to present my country and africa as a continent. climate change is real and dangerous for us all it knows no age and it knows no person if it is to destroy our life it destroys anyone so they
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should join the fight against the climate crisis. humans who the rebels are celebrating the 5th anniversary of their takeover of the capital sana thousands of supporters attended a parade marking what's known as the september 21 revolution there were these to control a sauna following an offensive in september 24th. today's rally comes a day after the rebels said they would stop aiming missiles and drone attacks at saudi arabia and warning that a continuation of the war could have even more dangerous developments. no matter the difficulties or how much the international community can spies and hires mercenaries and no matter how long this will last yemeni people adamant about gaining the complete sovereignty freedom and independence the revolution of the 21st of september is a revolution against oppression and tyranny mohamed was at the rally and sana. yemenis from all walks of life have gathered here outside the old city of sanaa
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tomorrow on the 5th anniversary all the 21st of september robles and little girls of the beast say this is considered to them as the starting points to get their country back from the saudi our newest domination. kodesh tumbled out of us out it's a revolution up rooted corruption and up for each of the tyrants we used to be just followers of the u.s. and saudi arabia now we are independent and we reject any phone interferes with this is who took quads in the revolution of 24 to say that the internationally recognized governments have cracked down on them in order to put an end to their brothers i guess what they say because rights saudi backed resumed. the road at the start of our revolution we face different kinds of crackdowns but now we started to get stronger with the current invasion and aggression against
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tech country be operationalised to continue ad revolution move the label of us what it was of the minimal. political leader of the whole thing madame assad sense and listen to the masses was there so the saudis but he will see their messiah and the saudi terrorist such one of them has been will come by put this near the will live and that will more than one occasion the saudis have not positively responded to such an agenda. on the other it's a good initiative to call for peace but unfortunately the saudis and the allies haven't reacted positively yet they could lose this opportunity provided by the political leadership and not. now with the us president donald trump are send more forces to the region to secure saudi oil infrastructure does this mean that the region. current program is more brutal and various battles
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this year it has to be. has claimed responsibility for friday's bomb attack on a minibus near the iraqi shia holy city of karbala 12 people were killed and 5 others injured in the last on saturday security forces detained the man suspected of placing the explosives on the bus karbala has been the center of the muslim rituals during a shura holiday now hundreds of palestinians in the occupied west bank have taken part in a funeral procession for 14 year old boy he was shot dead by israeli forces last month. rumi died on august 15th after he and another boy allegedly tried to stab an israeli police officer in jerusalem's old city his body had been kept by the israeli authorities and was only released his family on friday media abraham was at the funeral. a funeral that was delayed for over a month is happening now in the town of lies to the israeli authorities have
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released the body of 14 year old me to the very. first fire after attempting to do it. in the old city of jerusalem individual. killed him in cold blood my son weighed only 37 kilos but when we received the body we found to be at 7 gunshots in addition to wounds from a machine gun. and get ballots we were playing games in an internet cafe then a sim kissed us could buy and told us that he will continue playing with us he comes back from jerusalem. the general strike was observed here where hundreds laid him to his final rest chanting slogans of defiance the. with the burial of missy the israeli authorities keep withholding the bodies of 51 palestinians whom it accuses of committing attacks against it that decision has been empowered by
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a recent ruling by the israeli supreme court in which it gives the israeli military the power to keep withholding these bodies and use them as leverage in future negotiations. the position leader jeremy corbin has been forced to diffuse internal fighting over the party's top song brags it a day before labour's annual conference carbon intervene to stop a motion to oust his deputy tom watson has class repeatedly with parts of the liberal left wing on several issues including calling on the party to reject. of phillip kept me as a senior lecturer and politics at keele university and he says moves to try and get rid of tom watson will only lead to more disunity. the labor party just needs to start showing its guts and units a very 17 election campaign one of the successes that the labor m.p.'s did not undermine gerry corbett they did keep pretty much to script. i think it's very ill
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advised in the bed to try and try this gesture some speculation the reason this is being done now is because even they think that gerry called them stands very little chance next election and this is where he's trying to get rid of his opponents before that all you wins and they will sure is issue. a conspiracy theory both ways but it is incredibly badly time when labor is trying to project a united front in trying to get agreement in conference on that but it also reflects divisions inside though party more broadly the trade union movement led mccluskey who's a big supporter jamie corbett is progress it isn't even in the trade union movement aren't present so this is threatening to create the kind of divisions you seen in the conservative party on display in labor party which is not healthy with general election and. now ukraine as denying reports that president president vod america lensky was pressured by the us president this year to investigate
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democratic presidential hopeful joe biden and his son ukraine's foreign minister says a phone call in july between donald trump and selenski was a blog unfriendly but there was no pressure from the president u.s. media is reporting that during the call trouble repeatedly asked his ukrainian counterpart to investigate the business dealings of biden's son hunter biden. the presidential election and afghanistan is only a week away and many people hope the vote will lead to greater stability but others feel it could just make a bad situation worse with the recent attacks carried out by the taliban rob mcbride takes a look at some of the main candidates. this election not physical limits of afghanistan's ethnic diversity testing allegiances and divisions at a time of growing instability. the front runner is the incumbent president i stress ghani a pashtoon from the country's largest ethnic group. but like the other 16 candidates
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in this race he's carefully picked running mates to get support from other ethnic groups. that's why they're scared of the unity of this team scared of our plans for government gandhi's vice presidential running mate is a prominent tajik whom he hopes will take votes away from his biggest rival dr abdullah abdullah. he's served in all afghan governments since the overthrow of the taliban in 2001. at this rally received backing from one of the major pashtoon tribes. our main purpose is we use the selection and this campaign as an opportunity to share different voices different hopes different visions with afghans a former warlord abdul rashid dostum from the community is also backing up. this election is a reminder of the country's decades old conflict with another former prime minister
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and warlords standing for election. but playing god so many fault lines this election has the potential to worsen an already precarious situation still it offers the chance of a new start. over many purposes. this election and this campaign the sniper to meet. to share different different hopes different vision with us as a former head of afghanistan's spy agency tool an appeal is a fierce critic of the government's endemic corruption and also accuses gandhi of misusing official resources to help him campaign in spite of his popularity he has the advantage of being in power and can take credit for what little progress over the past 5 years able to bring together probably more groups than almost in this diverse country many say he's the only choice at
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a time but few options robert bright al-jazeera couple. doctors in zimbabwe have bowed to continue striking despite the way appearance of their union leader the protests were originally sparked by the disappearance of. activists say is just one of dozens have been abducted this year many of them had previously organized protests over the state of the economy. in. order. says he was abducted 3 months ago taken to a secluded area and beaten for going izing a teachers' strike over pay and he suspects his kidnappers were state security agents this trip communicated they removed everything the clothes everything and the. slick some robuchon words which they were using to assault me to torture me all over my body they were forcing me to roll all over the place. and. orbit.


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