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the egyptian president at 7 summit and of course he's going to be meeting him again on the sidelines of the u.n. general assembly next week so regardless of the human rights abrogation is within each of president trump has never made any comment about that the white house has stayed completely silent while many in congress have expressed deep concern about the human rights record in egypt and have called into question the 1400000000 dollars that the u.s. pays a jew egypt each year. in hong kong anti-government protesters have moved their demonstrations that targeted a metro station to the streets protesters set small fires near a shopping mall in each shot 10 districts earlier they were trying to get into a metro station near the mall the south governing chinese territory has been rocked by 4 months of often violent demonstrations which initially began over a proposed extradition law which has now been scrapped scott heide now has more from hong kong. on the day that we had to subpoena the focus for the protest
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movement to be at the hong kong international airport it has actually shifted here to a mall in the shock to an area of hong kong for a couple of reasons for that one is this is an area this is a mall in particular that the protesters feel as though they were subjected to police brutality back in july that was one of the reasons they came here another reason there are business entities shops restaurants in this mall that the protesters feel have extra connection to beijing so they came here to boycott them actually there are a lot of signs on the floor and as you can see some something that looks like a stream or behind me that's one of these restaurants part of this group that they came out in and stole the reservation tickets and hung that up here they've been protesting they've been chanting they've been singing the anthem actually they even brought in a chinese flag and they had kind of a congo wind of people stepping on the chinese like for about 1015 minutes now there are still a lot of people milling about in this mall this is something we saw on saturday as well they focused on a mall in the new territories as well where right now this is where the focus of the protest movement is on sunday we expected it to be at the at the hong kong
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international airport but there are a lot of checkpoints around there so we suspect that they moved on and a lot of the focus is going to be here still ahead on al jazeera fighting between i still and security forces forced thousands from their homes in the share class. i began to 40 from above the lake forested french diode where the authorities said that actually it takes illegal gold mine did. hello tis the season for yellow tropical storm it's fairly obvious the circulation here in the massive cloud that doesn't look big on the face of it i don't think it'll be too much of a wind damage storm but it is pretty good a lot of a it's been raining for 24 hours in south korea and in southern japan it's been some minor wind damage in this flooding still to come i suspect in both south korea
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and a good part of japan mostly concentrated in the west wants one this is the vulnerable area on monday the circulation by this time in the sea of japan and the rain stretching up to where the far north sea but mostly that rain is over the water or south korea about something good to say it's all blown through it'll be just watching the waters go down and repair what is necessary some follows clearly and that is the most active weather and given this activity is likely to be less active further west and yes that is the picture for china to find even looks like the onset of the northeast monsoon that's true for most admitted lee in sichuan the higher ground of you know on the tibetan plateau rate in stone make an obvious mark to the south of this the still rain to come for thailand cambodia but maybe more telling is instruction of rather more frequent and likely showers here as fast as a singapore and maybe even jakarta.
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and just 20. 1 from a summit. almost a dozen different so for one cult and. many to me bill to such a concept called a little visit somebody comes to displace this all this money on the subject of the climate change is helping the lives of. one of the souls. welcome back a recap of our top stories on al-jazeera president hassan rouhani says iran will
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present a plan to the united nations which is designed to secure the gulf without the need for foreign and intervention ronnie said an american led naval task force only threatens to reach. a protest in a hong kong shopping center has turned into a confrontation between police and demonstrators the pro-democracy activists have now moved their rally on to the streets riot police have arrested at least one person. and protests have taken place in egypt for a 2nd night demanding the resignation of president. security forces fired tear gas at protesters in the streets of suez n.d.s. dozens of people were arrested after much larger rallies on friday. now the world health organization has taken the unusual step of complaining to tanzania about the failure to share information on the ball a virus that tanzania government denies ebola has confirmed in 2 patients who suffered from an unknown illness recently that says tanzania hasn't shared any
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clinical data up to now tanzania shares a border with the democratic republic of congo where more than 2000 people have died of ebola in the past year. land mines are a constant threat in asia so are attacks by isaw and other armed groups battling government forces for control of the remote desert area attacks are forced tens of thousands to flee towns and villages including in need to reach and a warning that the images in our birdman report are disturbing. to the i used to dream of finishing school now she just wants to walk again she lost the use of her legs after she stepped on a mine planted by isis fighters she can't leave her bed and her brother tries to keep her comfortable. with. her situation her to so much and wish to see her standing on our feet again marky i had
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a big other sister and 3 cousins including an artist tribal leader also killed by ice mine. 2 years ago and i solute tak until a berry killed for us and 5 soldiers. in may the u.s. military released this video of recovery operation after 28 new zealand soldiers were killed in a single i salute tack. that there are no people in they fled because of the fighting they started killing people in 2018 and again this year leaders of nutters have been killed many other people have lost their lives. fighting between i saw a national and international forces since july has led to a big increase in people fleeing violence to nearby arrow to liberty city and niamey. house and his wife and 5 children were among them.
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we suffer in many ways we fled our homes and we came here we don't have a place to live some of us did not even have a mattress and couldn't find any help. traders here say they can no longer continue their business because of the violence. we left our goods and trade lost our money and suddenly found ourselves here with nothing but disaster has hit all the districts of tele barrios especially near the border with mali. the un wounds to the crisis in the sahara region including mali and burkina faso is reaching unprecedented levels. a more than 5000000 people need humanitarian assistance. the united nations is urging these displaced people to enroll their children and local schools and with violence and land mines in their village they don't know when they'll be able to get back the rebels in manly out to 0. the
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leader of britain's opposition labor party is facing internal fighting over bracks it policy jeremy corwin's due to address the party faithful at their annual conference after intervening to stop a motion to oust to step in tom watson has argued repeatedly with party rivals particularly about his call for a 2nd breakfast at referendum has the latest from the conference in brighton in southern england. well it's the 1st full day of conference here in brighton and already labor have outlined some key policy pledges like scrapping medical prescriptions in england reforming the way schools are assessed and so on but those deep divisions keep bubbling to the surface even before it started there was a sudden attempts to get rid of the post of deputy leader that's held by tom watson who's seen as somebody who's far more programme aimed in jeremy corbett himself says that he will stay in his post of all he's talked about creating a 2nd deputy leader and now the king split breaks it we've seen some of the shadow
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cabinet actually appear at a rally approach remain wryly on sunday when the party leader was pushed on whether in an upcoming election he would campaign for remains he remained non-committal if you negotiate what you regard as a good bricks deal with brussels do you then campaign for it or not let's see what we get and we'll put that final decision to british people and make a decision at that time the moment i'm saying who let you know you've got to deal well we don't you know regulations you we've got the deals and you see a large but we don't know if we've got it why can't you tell us because i don't know if we've got it yet which are recordings also said he and other opposition leaders would try to stop prime minister johnson try. we're going to suspend parliament if the supreme court rules on monday that his previous suspension was unlawful why does that matter so much because everybody's aware there could be a general election just around the corner everyone's in pre-election mode
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everybody's trying to get their message straight a much the message from many of the young activists here in brighton labor needs a clear stance on brit's it's a give the electorate. the world's oldest travel company is fighting to stay in business lending as a threatening to pull out of a 1000000000 dollar rescue deal with thomas cook the british company needs to find a further 250000000 to avoid collapse that threatens to leave tens of thousands stranded on holiday and mean the loss of iran 20000 jobs. now a remote part of indian administered kashmir is due to be ruled separately after new delhi revoked autonomy last month the dock is divided almost equally between buddhists and shia muslims and many in the region are welcoming the separation from kashmir but others are worried their unique ethnic and religious identities are threatened we undergo terry for some lay in iraq. now don't let the uk a cold himalayan desert in northern india. here put this monasteries in the
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district of flake happen standing tall for centuries. the. winters are harsh for 6 months a year this remote region is mostly cutoff people are late depend mostly on tourism local petition say the regional government of jammu and kashmir has long neglected them we are under presented in the indian parliament in the state assembly and it was a completely really centric. administration. in place in the state secretary in srinagar and. there's hardly any of. the people of li have long demanded a union territory for. 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
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religious identity as well as the land in august prime minister nuri through modi said he wants to open the region to investments and development it's really all the people of laid off from tribal communities and many are concerned about the changes outside les mis my free to the local economy and culture reason. to resume is our backbone 2nd is agriculture we will not say no to outside investments but we have so many travel agents of own in many hotels are running empty so when our own people are suffering how will outsiders benefit. more than 200 kilometers away many muslims in cargo district are also anxious be include farmers like muhammad abbas. we are scared because genuine kashmir was earlier under protection and now. if protection is gone you're scared that outsiders can come and buy our land outsiders who have
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a lot of money. the most of the people living in cargill are shia muslims the opposed splitting of indian administered kashmir and see they want see if god's will let's talk becomes a union territory or u.t. i try my welsh today we're in a no man's land we didn't demand a u.t. status no one else has it 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 priyanka could go al-jazeera. now to nicaragua where rubber bullets stun grenades and tear gas have been fired during the latest anti-government protests at least 2 people were injured in the capital on saturday many carried balloons in the color of the national flag in memory of a teenager killed in a previous protest demonstrators say their 17 month revolt against president daniel
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ortega want to end until he resigns and free elections are held in north america at the final day one of the senior commanders grabbed one of those flash bangs and threw it directly on my forehead and exploded and that got me disoriented and i passed out. there as a mother i feel uncomfortable because freedom is freedom of expression 2 we have the right as a country to express ourselves we have the right to speak up but here we're hold captive they don't let us speak freely. illegal gold mining is threatening a spectacular part of south america 90 percent of french guiana is covered by rain forest but minus from neighboring brazil are moving in as a story. french guiana has what is a rare wealth in this day and age and natural wealth you have to take to the air to get a measure of it. it is
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a stunning wilderness as yet relatively untouched this is one of the most forested territories on earth the outer reaches of amazonia the canopy spreading apparently forever in all directions there are few roads into the interior 'd we travel by helicopter or by water. but that hasn't stopped people getting in in search of wealth of another color the thing is pretty things trey's their life is gold lots of it the price of gold is high and that brings the cadi paradise the illegal gold mine. were in the air for just 10 minutes when we chanced upon this a great scar in the green and elicit gold mining operation down below the mine is c.s. and scouts and there's a few top attempt to hide equipment here someone throwing a water pump into a mining palm. trees have been ripped out and mercury used in the mining process
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would have leeched into the soil and waterways most of the miners cross illegally from brazil to make a landing. it's a problem of destruction of chasing an emotion and rebirth we fly on and see evidence of more activity around $400.00 illegal mind sites in french guiana extracting an estimated 10 tons of gold annually with nearly half a $1000000000.00. on the ground of a scientific research station we meet the head of this french territory. we have 600 soldiers power a minute cheap police and other services engaged daily in the fight against illegal gold mining 200 of these mostly soldiers police forestry and customs agents sleep nightly in the forest they lead to. troels in small units of around 15 men. it's only when you enter the rain forest and you see and hear all it's tremendous
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biodiversity you really begin to appreciate just what's at stake here. the tropics contains the world's biomass and rain forests a significant proportion of that french guiana as rain forest remains an invaluable resource to read mostly in time it's part of amazonia keeping it that way is the challenge. and o'clock al-jazeera french guiana. hello again i'm fully back to go with the headlines on al-jazeera the president has on rouhani says iran will present a plan to the united nations which is designed to secure the gulf without the need for foreign intervention ronnie said an american led naval task force only threatens to breach and. show your jolly on ali we're going to presume to plan at
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the u.n. so that iran in collaboration with regional states is able to maintain security in the persian gulf the strait of hormuz and the sea of oman to the world that the presence of foreign forces can cause insecurity for international waterways maritime movements and energy security but our approach will create solidarity unity and coordination with the countries of the region. protests have taken place in egypt for a 2nd night demanding the resignation of president abdel fatah security forces fired tear gas at protesters in the streets of suez engage dozens of people were arrested after much larger rallies on friday the police in hong kong have used tear gas in shuttin district after untied government protesters set small fires outside a shopping mall earlier the crowd targeted businesses inside the mall linked to mainland china and they also try to get into a metro station as self-governing chinese territory has been rocked by 4 months of often violent demonstrations which initially began over
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a proposed extradition law which has now been scrapped the world health organization has taken the unusual step of complaining to tanzania about the failure to share information on the ball of virus the tanzania government denies ebola was confirmed in 2 patients who suffered from an unknown illness recently that system's near hasn't shared any clinical data up to now the country shares a border with a democratic republic of congo where more than 2000 people have died on the border in the past year. the leader of britain's opposition labor party is facing internal fighting over bracks it policy jeremy corbyn is you to address the party faithful at their annual conference after intervening to stop a motion to oust his deputy and the world's oldest travel company is fighting to stay in business lenders are threatening to pull out of a 1000000000 dollar rescue deal with thomas koch the british company needs to find a further 250000000 to avoid collapse. those are the headlines on
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al-jazeera coming up next year it's planet x. so i stay with this. hello i'm a man's apparel and welcome to planet earth so as a new weekly show on al-jazeera our planet is in crisis all over the world people are affected by what has become a global emergency and the natural world is in decline
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a 1000000 species more than 12 percent of all known life on on the brink of extinction but that is time and there is hope new science new technology people around the world already taking action one person may not make much difference but billions together now that creates wealth quite. the crisis affecting our planet is unprecedented in scale each one of us is affected in some way and for many it's already an emergency our actions a behind it but our actions can also change it around the world scientists activists politicians business and community leaders every day people are taking action working out how to adapt to the global temperatures writes how to prepare as weather pattern shifts how to prevent ice sheets melting sea levels rising and the collapse of the earth's natural support systems on which life depends that's why al
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jazeera is boosting its coverage of this truly global issue every week on planet s.o.s. we'll set out the facts and the science will celebrate our collective determination to find solutions and will discuss the issues at stake. all be with you throughout as well our environment correspondent nick clark has covered this story extensively for al-jazeera and knows it inside out he's been traveling the world to tell your stories for planet s.o.s. we're joined by al-jazeera is correspondents from around the globe from island nations threatened by rising sea levels to energy innovations in thailand and threats to the rain forests of borneo as a warming planet forces in the news it's a move its capital city will report on land regeneration in africa water challenges and solutions in the middle east and broadcast from the melting glasses of iceland and as the amazon forest burn and the extreme weather destroys lives and
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livelihoods we'll tell your stories of resilience and determination we begin in french guiana a region of rich biodiversity it's already under pressure from development and now illegal gold mining here's nick clark with our exclusive report. french guiana has what is a rare wealth in this day and age a natural wealth you have to take to the air to get a measure of it. this is one of the most forested territories on earth the outer reaches of amazonia there are few routes into the interior you travel by helicopter or by water. but that hasn't stopped people getting in in search of wealth of another kind i think it's pretty things trey's their life is gold lots of it the price of gold is high that brings the cadi paradise the illegal gold mines. were in the air for just 10 minutes when we chanced upon this
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a great scar in the green and elicit gold mining operation down below the mine is c.s. and scatter there's a futile attempt to hide equipment here someone throwing a water pump into a mining palm. trees have been ripped out and mercury used in the mining process would have leaked into the soil and waterways most of the miners cross illegally from brazil it's a problem of destruction of chasing an emotion and. we fly all and see evidence of more activity around $400.00 illegal mind sites in french guiana extracting an estimated 10 tons of gold annually worth nearly half a $1000000000.00. on the ground of a scientific research station we meet the head of this french territory. we have 600 soldiers power a minute cheap police and other services engaged daily in the fight against illegal gold mining 200 of these mostly soldiers police forestry and customs agents sleep
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nightly in the forest. it's only when you enter the rainforest and you see and hear all its tremendous bio diversity the you really begin to appreciate just what's at stake here. the tropics contains the world's biomass and rain forests a significant proportion of that. there is plenty of science going on for one thing research is helping to build knowledge in the fight against climate change we are in the where where. nitrogen i increasingly we would like knowledge to better understand what thing for rest how the forests react with a set change. as rain forest remains an invaluable resource iran's mostly intact part of amazonia keeping it that way is the challenge and the clock in french guiana the planet's s.o.s.
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for some people a warming planet isn't a possibility it's already a reality more than 2 and a half 1000000 people in somalia have been forced from the high winds by the ravages of a changing climate al-jazeera as mohamed has our report from. braai dusty and parched desert sand is slowly taking over once foretell filson somalia. just 2 years of to the last drought ended the country's again facing one of the drivers 3 misses and in more than 3 decades the victims are visible almost everywhere makeshift camps like this one for those affected by drought can be found in almost every city this is by door in southwest somalia these people of just arrived from the countryside. however the bill so hot for her family from old clothes she says it took them a month to get his own name burner in our cattle died fast and then the crops
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failed and we fled hanging out here but it is still follows as we have had no help . the people of somalia are always named droughts and use the buses total milestones but that was one ballots what and or 15 years up odds now they've become the new norm and scientists say that the country has dried up mark foster in the 20th century than at any other time in the past 2000 years. these but in plains of sundin's 2 and have always known long dry spells but they've always been followed by a rain enough at least to rebuild hearts so that's can be repaid and milk provided for the children that's changed 91 year old lou say's he has never seen shifting weather patterns the some forgiving. many here and. i don't remember coronaries not having food and to resolve this droughts are quite
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different from what we used to see there's no time for recovery they just keep coming back just a few months ago to shut up that man had 25 goats now she has just 5 the rest with it and died in the current drought well up above a my welcome i high i thought 500 nations from well wishers is no pasture for the goats and i'm forced to look for grass for them in found and at times i even have to share my food with them. nomadic animal hoarding is not just an economic activity for the people of somalia it is who they are. and as the climate changes they too being forced change mohamed are doing by door somalia for planet a saw us. so a heartbreaking report from a place where the climate crisis is already so real well one of the world's most powerful men the head of the united nations has put the climate emergency at the top of his agenda and trying to get terrorists sat down with al jazeera as
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diplomatic had said james bays ahead of the u.n. climate summit you have convened a climate summit you said to those world leaders don't come with a speech come with a plan what do you want to hear now it's very simple we are losing the race climate change is running faster than what we are seeing is are getting worse by the day the rising waters. in the oceans the increase of temperatures the multiplication of nuts all these ourselves the dramatic impacts of the routes in different parts of the world all these is creating a situation that is a real sets to human kind and we are not doing enough or is a criticism of you and it was made of your predecessor as well which is that you are not prepared to stand up to the 5 permanent members of the security council on this issue which you say is so crucial are you prepared to confront them even if it
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costs you a 2nd term as secretary and i don't care about a 2nd term with the united states or china with russia or wherever i've been telling all of them that they need to do everything in order to make sure that we reach government tell it in 2050 and the temperatures will not go above 1.5 degrees at the end of the century obviously there are scientists with different views on this but from what you're being told how you look at how my definition views but nature is angry and i've seen it in the bahamas but i when you have to plan that it's more than 200 miles per hour winds that stayed in an island for 2 days the story every seeing mother nature is angry and i understand saying whatever they want but the majority the overwhelming majority of scientists recognize why mother nature is angry and mother nature is angry because we are making it angry with what we are doing pushing for climate change today public opinions are more ready to accept the need to change then politicians themselves and that it is very important
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that public opinions push their governments push their political systems to take the right to see what he is being told by the scientists how long do we have to say don't have it much time we have probably 12 years 1112 years to change course if not it will be irreversible that we will not be able to contain the increase of temperatures at 1.5 degrees at the end of the century what is clear for me is that we absolutely need to rican silo. human kind with nature if you look at history. history is full of examples of people fighting each other i think for the 1st time people are fighting the creation people are fighting mother nature so we need to recognize these and we need to change course your family man secretary-general when you think of your children your grandchildren and their
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future as this issue the climate crisis does it keep you up at night it's central in my life i have some granddaughters. i have no idea how the world will be when they have they will have my age when they will be 70 the world will be completely different but when seeing is clear my generation is the obligation to allow them to live you know a healthy planet and we are not feeling that obligation we destroying the planet in which they will have to leave a powerful message there from the u.n. secretary general and that's we comply the west will bring you how politicians and the people they represent responded to his call now talking about the climate crisis can be difficult not just for world leaders but for many of us too that there is power in information and not just from us al-jazeera has joined more than 250 media organizations in a global initiative called covering.

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