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turkey formally request permission to search the saudi consulate in istanbul as the hunt for the missing journalist jamal khashoggi intensifies. on. live from london coming up. strongest warning about climate control so far make drastic changes now or face disastrous consequences. is being called racist and homophobic and the leader of brazil's far right movement
is one step closer to becoming the country's next president. one child's cry for help is heard but the fight continues to save the thousands still starving in yemen. turkey's president has challenge saudi arabia to prove that journalist jamal khashoggi left the consulate in istanbul last tuesday. the one says security and intelligence officials are looking into trees disappearance and have a human responsibility to find out what happened the crowds have gathered outside the building to call for information on his whereabouts earlier turkish officials asked for permission to search the consulate building fearing he was murdered there saudi arabia vehemently denies these charges. let's go live now to stephanie decker
who's in istanbul so stephanie some strong words coming from the turkish president what latest developments there. yes and i think interesting because he seems to have stepped up his language somewhat from when he first address the issue yesterday as you mentioned there saying that the saudis had to prove that jamal khashoggi left the building it's all about proof now the latest developments are these that the turkish president or the turkish authorities have summoned for the second time this week the saudi ambassador so harsh words i'm sure will be discussed there and then also they have also for access to investigate the saudi calls that of course you know a diplomatic mission is under the saudi jurisdiction here in turkey but of course the chain of events that turkish officials are describing are incredibly concerning but everyone is waiting for the evidence for the facts the saudis as you mentioned deny that anything happen to the journalist also he's
a man who's very well connected diplomatically across the world particularly the united states also having close ties to you know the saudi kingdom in the possed particular to king abdullah so he is a hugely significant figure and everyone waiting to hear what exactly happened but certainly the message from turkey coming out that they seem pretty confident of a horrific development that he would have been murdered inside the consulate but again we need to wait for the facts with the turkey will give us evidence of what they're basing this on or the saudis are going to give us evidence that show him leaving but just briefly also the saudis are saying that the cameras the security surveillance cameras on this heavily fortified compound did not record on that day so there is no evidence no pictures of him coming or going so what happens now. well this is the question that is it's a war of words you know and now we're having the turkish president say that they need to prove it so i think we're going to see an escalation in this until someone
presents something now i think the turks have said they actually gave it forty eight hours which would essentially end tonight that they say they would present evidence to back up their claims why they believe. was murdered inside the consulate we haven't heard we haven't seen anything yet was we mentioned the saudi ambassador was summoned today does this mean that perhaps they're giving some time to present further evidence i think everything that was key there former question marks as owns or is when it comes to hard facts on such a crucial just sensitive point here and of course i think also the brazenness if this is confirmed many people will tell you that it would be outrageous to believe that something so visual as him going into the embassy visually very publicly to pick up papers that would prove his divorce because he was due to get married the next day on wednesday and then never appearing so these are the facts the fact that he has disappeared now well over
a week and i think we're going to have to wait and see what evidence comes out over the next few days thank you very much indeed stephanie decker. the fate of jamal khashoggi is shining a light on the growing risks involved in journalism around the world for the past two years have seen a string of high profile journalists murdered the report. victoria marin over looks like the latest grim statistic in the dangerous world of journalism her body discovered in the bulgarian town where she was investigating the corrupts misuse of european union funds she joins the likes of daphne carolina blown up near her home in malta by a car bomb john ku's yak shot dead outside his home in slovakia and if turkey is right jamal khashoggi allegedly murdered in the saudi consulate in istanbul all of the reporters intent on exposing abuses he was silenced when impunity runs that over ninety percent most people think it's it's likely they'll get away with
killing a journalist and what often happens is maybe the killer gets core but the intellectual mastermind the person who planned it the person who paid for it the person who instructed it they get away scot free and then the many of them become political leaders in different countries around the world or certainly people with a high up in business or high up in corporations. globally mexico remains the most dangerous place in the world to report from followed by all the countries in the middle east and asia where war has made journalists likely to be targeted in the same way as enemy fighters in fact the number of reporters dying has actually dropped since a peak two years ago but only because reporters are simply stopped going to places deemed too high risk of course there are some journalists who only plan flight routes they don't fly an airspace is of for example countries in the arab world if they're flying for example it's east asia they will fly by finland they will avoid at all costs any airspace whereby an airline will be ordered by government to land
this is the journalist and they kidnapped him a few days ago i call the fake is the enemy of the people and they are it isn't much of a surprise that there's been virtually no international response to the bizarre disappearance of jamal khashoggi when any number of world leaders in the u.s. and elsewhere claim journalists are the enemy of the people. not only is there a dwindling political defensive free reporting but increasingly an apparent acceptance that digging for stories may result in physical harm. in the end it's about democracy whether it matters. lawrence lee al-jazeera. the world's leading climate scientists are warning of an environmental catastrophe and less urgent action is taken to tackle global warming a nobel prize winning intergovernmental panel on climate change says warming needs
to be capped at one and a half degrees celsius but as it currently stands the world is set to pass this mark as early as twenty thirty again barbara has won the threats been clear and present for many years climate change caused by human activity is putting our very survival in peril now the un's climate change body says concerted action needs to come much sooner than previously thought early action to eliminate to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is possible they are options available there are signs that mitigation is going on but if this is to be achieved there's an urgent need to accelerate. three years ago at the paris climate change conference many governments gave themselves a pat on the back they pledged to take action to limit temperature rises to one point five degrees celsius above pre-industrial levels now the experts say they're failing and time is running out the i.p.c.c. says meeting that one point five degrees target requires a forty five percent cut in carbon emissions by twenty thirty and alarmingly zero
net carbon emissions by twenty fifty with steep cuts in other greenhouse gases like methane it's a question of whether we can make certain decisions in the coming years where the benefit beneficiaries are going to be our children and grandchildren and the. coming generations the i.p.c.c. says by the end of this century global sea level rises would be ten centimeters lower with warming of one point five degrees compared to two degrees and the arctic is likely to be ice free in summer around once a century at one point five degrees but at least once a decade if warming reaches two degrees none of this is academic faster action will reduce flooding giving people living on the world's coasts islands and river deltas time to adapt to climate change then there are the millions affected by drought many on the african continent we need to look at climate finance and strategies that ensure that we sort of speed or climate climate action related to issues like
our culture our food security livelihoods and migrations and that's because migrations isn't migration is no longer a choice for lots of people in the continent it is now in must because of global warming the i.p.c.c. report says renewable energy must account for at least seventy percent of electricity by twenty fifty compared with twenty five percent now to stay within the one point five degree limit carbon will have to be sucked out of the air by machines installed on the ground and billions of trees will have to be planted and they'll be tough choices between using land for food or for biofuel crops we've been shown the solutions now it's over to our politicians and to us letting barbara al-jazeera. and that's the three weeks to go until brazil's presidential runoff and if the results of sunday's first round anything to go by it's
a sure fire victory for far right candidate jaya both so narrow he says he'll stick to his tough rhetoric and has already begun talks with other lawmakers in congress to gain support for latin america editor lucy newman has more now from rio de janiero on the reaction to one of brazil's most polarized elections in decades. the brazilian voters have spoken and what they've said represents a seismic shift in this country's political preferences. from the center and center left of the last twenty four years to the extreme right represented by an obscure politician whose middle name is messiah god and that is how almost half of brazilian voters see in was a model a former army captain promises to govern with a hard hand these busy concede that additional politicians lie and steal from the people the card was corruption scandal or sold us that they are all the same. the firebrand congressman has tapped into anger and frustration against corruption
soaring violence and a deep recession is the boss of the workers party wants to control the media we have to believe in brazil we need to stay mobilized although he didn't win outright in the first round he has a commanding lead over his rival that of the leftist workers' party. who is still weak from a near fatal assassination attempt a month ago promises to counter criminals with stronger violence his old virtually massage honest racist and homophobic views frighten opponents. i was really sad when i voted i cried because of what is going to happen in this country. but in brazil as in a growing number of countries political incorrectness is seen by many as a virtue doesn't follow the traditional rules of the brazilian politics for example i'm sure there are many politicians in brazil who are racist who are homophobic who are misogynist but they don't speak like that in public and us and the people love
it out of. our earth outside of also not his house supporters feel as though they've already won and with good reason with less than three weeks to go till the runoff. has a massive gap to close and it seems nothing short of a political miracle could achieve it you see in human al-jazeera rio de janeiro. and what you notice there are still ahead. a serb nationalist who wants to break up bosnia and herzegovina is set to take power after sunday's election plus. i'm wayne hay reporting from palu indonesia where life in some of the year is affected by the earthquake and tsunami is beginning to return to some sort of normality but here thousands remain unaccounted for.
hello there we're seeing a very heavy rain over parts of china at the moment it's sinking it's way a southwards over the next couple of days you can see just this little bit of cloud with us at the moment but that's popping up and so by the time we get to lunchtime or wednesday we'll see some heavy rain all the way up towards and there and then that gradually will sink its way southwards as we head through wednesday wednesday then a brighter day from chengdu all the way across towards shanghai but to the south some heavy rain and that will also be affecting us in the northern parts of vietnam as well meanwhile out towards the west and for many of us in india the monsoon is fairly subdued at the moment it's just in the south we're seeing the heaviest of the rains this very large blob of cloud is a developing feature that's running its way towards the north and that cycle may well cause a fair amount of damage to parts of oman and yemen when it eventually makes landfall so already you can see fent plenty of cloud across that region by the time we get to wednesday and then the rains will start off to that force in india though
the rains will continue over parts of carola towards the north generally looking fine and dry is in the east and across parts of bangladesh where there's more in the way of wet weather so if we head across towards the arabian peninsula then we can see that storm looming offshore for now the cloud will just be increasing and the temperature is dropping. on account of the cost this week why people in brazil feel that their next president can't save the economy and what that means for the rest of latin america and drugs the body why the world's big drug companies charge such high prices for their prescription pharmaceuticals counting the cost on al-jazeera.
or mine of the top stories here al-jazeera turkey's president has challenged saudi arabia to prove the journalist jamal khashoggi left the consulate in istanbul last tuesday turkish officials believe a journalist was murdered inside the building saudi arabia denies these allegations . the world's leading climate scientists are warning of an environmental catastrophe and the urgent action is taken to tackle global warming they say rise above one and a half degrees celsius will lead to millions of people being affected by flooding heat waves and food shortages. and far right candidate who has won the first round of brazil's presidential election taking forty six percent of the vote he says
he'll stick to the tough rhetoric and campaigning in the runoff vote on october twenty eighth. a serb nationalist who wants to break up bosnia and herzegovina has won a seat in the presidency in sunday's elections the office must contain one. and one crew at each holds the rotating position for eight months it's a legacy of the dayton peace agreement that brought an end to three years of war in the one nine hundred ninety s. they would try to reports from sarajevo. miller dodi caldwell joined to retain the presidency of a country has vowed to split in half the fifty eight year old serbian nationalists says he wants a referendum that will give the people of republican serves a chance to break away from their bosnia and croatia neighbors and achieve independence. the number one priority for my job in the future will be the position of the search and republika srpska i want to stop communication i believe that
bosnia-herzegovina perhaps can make some progress if everyone is respected and if other people reject the meddling of foreigners and the policies of bosnia-herzegovina in the campaign here it is supporters to celebrate the heritage of relevant kerridge the man who provoked the start of the war here in the early ninety's now a convicted war criminal serving a forty year prison term for genocide in the next president trump putting america first dodig said that his mission was to put republika srpska first he says that the nation of bosnia-herzegovina is in fact an arranged marriage and it hasn't worked he wants a divorce. the electoral commission declared the polling as free and fair but modest as declared it as chaotic with a record number of irregularities the main concerns of the voters the youth unemployment rate of forty percent and the widespread corruption received little
attention maybe it will change only that there are more people and more young people will leave boston not because of the lack of patriotism to this country but because of a lack of perspective and they're losing the ford a future that is vanishing and feeding here in boston it's going to fall us. in republika serbska though they're celebrating a new future and a dream of independence getting closer a future that doesn't lie in the european. you know nato membership but with serbia and russian t.v. cheater al-jazeera sorry you. a spanish court has freed a doctor found guilty of stealing and selling a baby the court said eighty five year old going to college instead about a villa was responsible for taking the newborn away from her mother in one nine hundred sixty nine and giving her to another woman but the conviction was overruled because too much time had elapsed villa who denied the charges in the first person prosecuted over the so-called stolen baby scandal it affected around thirty
thousand children during general francisco franco's dictatorship. hundreds of thousands of children in war torn yemen remain on the brink of famine two weeks ago we reported on two year old bassem her son his parents in the hooty controlled north couldn't afford to take him to the capital sana'a for treatment but he's now getting the care he needs after a report was seen by the hoofy health minister but a smith reports from neighboring djibouti. he's just skin and bone mass and her son is two years old he should be walking by now he has severe acute malnutrition and a range of related complications after a million children in yemen earn a similar condition to bassam as a consequence of the war now into its fourth year between the yemeni government backed by the saudi and their r.t. coalition and who the rebels some of his long we can't ignore the siege and. just silence of sun our airports i mean under part of the day they're full and that led
to their suffering from malnutrition. who the administration's health minister saw some store in al jazeera two weeks ago and ordered his rescue from northern yemen. and he was brought to the capital sanaa for treatment along with five other children condition might improve or he may need more specialist treatment outside yemen and that is where the health minister is influenced and it's. sunnah airport is closed to all but a handful of u.n. flights the saudi u.a.e. led coalition battling the who these are shut down yemeni air space. over the closure of the airport is a crime a basic rate of yemeni citizen in patients according to this that this text file them either by the ministry of health there are more than thirteen thousand five hundred dead the patients that could have traveled abroad for treatment yet there are more than ninety five thousand patients that need to travel for medical treatment the un's special envoy to yemen martin griffis told al jazeera on
september the twenty seventh that he looked forward to announcing the reopening of some airport next week well into the second week of october and the airport remains closed bernard smith al-jazeera djibouti. a search for earthquake and tsunami victims on the indonesian island of pseudo ways is to end officially on thursday almost two thousand people are confirmed dead and thousands more remain missing in some of the worst affected areas in others life is slowly returning to normal when hay has more from parent. there are some signs of normal life restarting here after the earthquake and tsunami electricity food and fuel were largely unavailable for days after the disaster now supplies are arriving in parts of powell who allowing some economic activity to get going again. only reopened so we could help people get food easily even during the radiance are still difficult to get in
because we are spared from these aster we feel like we have a duty to help other people when indonesia's president joko widodo visited affected areas last week he said restarting the economy was one of the priorities which people remain afraid of more earthquakes but the removed from what's left of their homes others are returning having fled when disaster struck on some streets there is color and vibrancy once again but you don't have to go far for reminder of what happened here and that there's still much to be done bodies continue to be recovered but given the difficult terrain it's slow going. you may never know the exact number of people who died in this disaster particularly in areas like this which are so vast and the destruction so immense yes in some of the affected areas life is beginning to return to some sort of normality but here it is difficult to imagine how that will ever be possible. the government says they may be up to five
thousand missing under the rubble and mud into areas of palu but the search will be wound down or stopped on thursday that contradicts an earlier statement from the indonesian president who said all the victims must be found relatives of the missing want the search to continue. in these conditions we realize it's very difficult to get all the bodies out but we expect our family members to be found but they haven't so the government needs to give us a solution are they going to ask our permission before they convert this into a mass grave yard the government officially ending this search will be something many won't be able to accept and with entire communities wiped out it's expected to be a long time before most will be able to contemplate normality wayne hay al jazeera indonesia. china has confirmed it's holding former interpol chief men home away and investigating him for bribery ming was reported missing by his wife after boarding
a flight to beijing thirteen days ago on sunday the global police cooperation agency confirmed he has resigned as its president actually correspondent adrian brown reports mung whom way headed an organization whose job included looking for wanted people thirteen days after he vanished china's government has now confirmed he's here it broke it silence on the case a few minutes after midnight on sunday a terse statement appearing on the website of the country's anticorruption watchdog confirming mung was under investigation the next time he appears will almost certainly be in court which is also where we last saw the man who'd once been munns boss jiang kang zhao had been in charge of china's vast security network he was jailed for life for corruption three years ago his demise like monks is probably connected to the anti corruption campaign begun by president xi jinping more than
five years ago that's culminated in the punishment and jailing of hundreds of thousands of low and high ranking officials monks downfall may be a sign of a power struggle says one analyst we don't know exactly what's going on with things like this don't happen in the house since stress and clearly right now china blackening its reputation cross the world this is got to be extraordinary. his wife grace remains in leon under police protection she didn't want to show her face when she made a statement to journalists just shortly before her husband resigned from interpol over the last message she received from her husband was an emoji of a knife hours ago i can see my husband we are always a connected by hearts. here were supposed to me doing this the matter belongs to the fairness and a judge this the matter belongs to that international community the matter belongs
to the people of my motherland. she has no plans to return to china and will likely seek asylum in france among this resignation as the first chinese head of interpol is a reflection of the seriousness of the case now being made against him it's being handled by the national supervision office which investigates public officials accused of corruption and given the justice system in china is controlled by the communist party there will likely be just one outcome to this long process adrian brown al jazeera beijing. every two years a battle of nerve balance and coordination takes place in spain this year thirty one teams took part in the human tower competition in terra gona in the catalan region it's edged tradition that dates back to the eighteenth century al-jazeera followed one of the customers or human tower builders as his team tried to win the contest for the first time in eighteen years. but the only one
i and i want to know my name is. i live involve malkuth and i'm twenty one years old and i'm studying physiotherapy and read things and i think you've been told bill that for the past eight years i mean the longest this was in the mall two of the human towers these force balance courage and wisdom but it's also about many other things and many hours of rehearsals. i perform as balance which is a position in charge of keeping the balance of the cost. when you're at the bottom of the tower and feel the warmth and you feel the euphoria or the disappoint is something that goes beyond your imagination so much that you can't describe it. everyone is welcome in a group it doesn't matter if you're told short things that if you're rich or poor
that if you're ten or forty years old i mean this is how you'll always have a place and something to do with the group petition i believe many people think the causes are really dangerous and that they collapse a lot that's really not the case only a few of them collapse so the percentage of falls is really small and not many people get badly injured thank you is that i got. the call of a law that was founded in seventeen ninety one so we have more than two hundred years of history. it's been eighteen years since we won so winning the competition would be amazing. to see that. i'm thanking god.
thank you who was thank you thank you as you move here any time in a website the address of that out they'll comb. top stories around zero turkey's president has challenge saudi arabia to prove that journalist jamal khashoggi left the consulate in istanbul last tuesday which of the one says security and intelligence officials are looking into casualties disappearance and have a human responsibility to find out what happened crowds have gathered outside the building to call for information on his whereabouts earlier turkish officials auster permission to search the consulate building fearing he was murdered there stephanie decker has the latest from istanbul saudis had to prove that jamal
khashoggi left the building it's all about proof now what the latest developments are these that the turkish president sorry the turks authorities have summoned for the second time this week the saudi ambassador so harsh words i'm sure will be discussed there and that also they have asked for access to investigate the saudi consulate of course you know a diplomatic mission is under the saudi jurisdiction here in turkey but of course the chain of events that turkish officials are describing are incredibly concerning but everyone is waiting for the evidence the world's leading climate scientists are warning of an environmental catastrophe and less urgent action is taken to tackle global warming nobel prize winning intergovernmental panel on climate change says warming needs to be kept one and a half to three celsius but as it currently stands the world is set to pass this mark by as it is twenty thirty which will lead to millions of people around the world be affected by flooding heat waves and food shortages. far right candidate.
has won the first round of brazil's presidential election taking forty six percent of the vote he says he'll stick to the tough rhetoric in campaigning for the runoff vote on october the twenty eighth. assad nationalist who opposes bosnia as a state has want to share of its tripartite presidency. he has close links with russia has urged bosnian serbs to secede saying bosnia has failed. the spanish court has freed a doctor found guilty of stealing and selling a baby the court said eighty five year old gonna contest and what a very i was responsible for taking the newborn away from her mother in one hundred sixty nine and giving her to another woman but the conviction was overruled because too much time and it is like a lapsed counting the cost is up next thanks for watching.
hello i'm adrian said again this is counting the cost on al-jazeera a weekly look at the world of business and economics this week brazilians fear the next president can't save the economy find out what that means for the rest of latin america also this week drugs of money why the world's big pharmaceutical companies charge such high prices for life saving pills plus a new minimum wage at amazon but some say the trillion dollar company must do better. now when the national museum of brazil tragically went up in flames last month many saw it as a metaphor.