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you mentioned already come on not only is there a concern over shortages of food water and medicine but there's just this general this general collective call for help from the international community we know that that several international tourist agencies cruise liners have been donating food but there is a sense of urgency here that there isn't enough food there isn't enough water and that this crisis can still get can still get far worse and while 45 people confirmed dead and then this would is used staggering that the final death toll could be staggering i mean that could be anything if there need sort of indication of how bad this could get. that that's right and that one of the reasons i think that we're still hearing these conservative estimates on the death tolls is because there are still parts of the bahamas that search and rescue teams have not arrived in yet when we were leaving the island of abaco yesterday there were hundreds of people crowding the runway desperately looking for a way out desperately trying to get there themselves on flights that are only now starting to arrive in some of these islands remember the here in freeport for
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example the airport was sitting under 2 meters of water up until 2 days ago so it's only now that we're starting to see supply aircraft arriving we're only now seeing aircraft that are that are evacuating people and there are still places like in marsh harbor there's a haitian community where it where 2 days ago there weren't even any there weren't even any rescue teams able to get any yet so what we were hearing from people is that there were bodies still on the ground when we were driving through marsh harbor. it gives me chills to say this but you could smell the death in the air we didn't see any of these bodies for ourselves when we were driving through but there was just the sense of the devastation that the scene there with homes flattened with ships with with boats in people's driveways people walking around in a daze not knowing where to go in knowing that there's only one health facility open and that's where everybody is headed but we wouldn't be surprised we're not surprised by by that term staggering potentially staggering outcome we couldn't
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tell you would be responsible for us to to to to say what we think the official death toll is going to be but it is going to be much higher than the official 43 that we're hearing from the government now heroin reports there from in the bahamas thank you for that. and weather warnings are now in place in canada or actually as hurrican dorrian makes its way up the u.s. coast towards nova scotia it's expected to make landfall there on saturday as a category one hurricane there's 4 people were killed in the u.s. and more than 200000 are without electricity many still dealing with the aftermath of the flooding in north and south carolina is what's coming up for you on this news are trying to put off the protest as police in hong kong tighten their restrictions. so near and yet so far india loses contact with its spacecraft just before touchdown. into the u.s. open finals he chases the arrival time grand slam record leader is here with your sport at around 1030.
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well any hopes of salvaging the 2050 nuclear deal with iran have taken another blow now says it has the ability to enrich uranium to a much higher level but it also says that capacity could quickly be reversed if europe were to deliver promised sanctions relief with the latest now from tehran. another step back from the 2015 nuclear deal but a step forward for iran's nuclear program the latest phase of iran reducing its commitments further to the agreement with 6 world powers is its most serious and technical one yet. more lifting limitations on a research and development imposed by the deal link lou developments of more rapid and centrifuges we have the capacity to enrich uranium beyond 20 percent but we don't have any plans to do so for the time being this is where the more advanced
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centrifuges have already been installed as a friday in a tense nuclear facility is now capable of enriching uranium at a much faster speed since the united states withdrew from nuclear pact in 2018 and imposed a series of harsh sanctions iran has been reducing its commitments to the deal president has and rouhani announced this latest phase on wednesday but said all these changes were reversible when and if the european countries who signed up to the deal up held their end of the agreement that would include protecting iran's oil exports from u.s. sanctions what they're saying is that they can go back to what they really don't want to and one parent trying to do is to get some more leverage and these are the . 3 models of the u.s. these negotiation and the stock support agree with micron models a way to honor partners lead to somewhere the acting chief of the united nations
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nuclear watchdog will have to teheran on sunday for talks with the rainy and foreign minister mohammad javad zarif iran has given britain france and germany another 60 days to see if they can do anything to salvage this deal and the head of iran's atomic energy organization has told al-jazeera that after the next phase iran will have officially abandon all of its technical commitments under the nuclear agreement or such a. al jazeera. so you rein him in richmond we need to look at that little more and what the different grades of it actually made when you're running it is mind it has less than one percent of the material that is used in clear reactors but that increases once it becomes concentrated so when the return reaches 5 percent it can be used in nuclear power plants because up to 20 percent uranium is usable for research reactors all for medical purposes which is just a short technical step away from actually 90 percent purity which is the iranian
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grade needed to produce a nuclear bomb meanwhile the united states says the satellite photo proves iran has lied about the oil tanker released in gibraltar last month the u.s. says the edger and darya one kid off the coast of syria despite iranian assurances it wouldn't have there in july british marines stormed the supertanker suspected of shipping oil with one $130000000.00 to syria in breach of e.u. sanctions more on this fund from washington would she have returned. for weeks there have been reports about how john bolton has been sidelined in various foreign policy negotiations and discussions in the administration he wasn't included in the talks with the taliban for example and in the deliberations about those talks and just on friday there were several reports about how his relationship with the secretary of state is completely broken down that there's a report that the white house chief of staff has been trying to sideline john bolton for meetings about foreign policy meanwhile this week we had donald trump
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suggested maybe he could talk to the iranian president on the sidelines of the u.n. general assembly and then on friday we had the u.s. defense secretary talk about the possibility of talks with iran while he was visiting visiting london which perhaps explains some of the the wording in this tweet that says we can talk but iran is not getting any sanctions relief until it stops knowing and spreading terror he's clearly not a happy man. to hong kong where demonstrators in the monk stripped of coloring have set fire to a makeshift street beriah police used tear gas to disperse them early elfs has stopped another protest from targeting the airport trains also didn't stop on the way to the airport as they tried to prevent demonstrators from getting there his defeat upon and in hong kong. this time the police and security were prepared last time they came well into the chaos well after protesters had paralyzed the airports and the transportation linking to police completely changed their strategy this
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time they were here at the airport hours before protesters were due they were here in large numbers and they also instigated stop and searches young people that they suspected of the protesters and that's basically because the protesters to change their tactics they called on those who were willing to take part in the movement to come to the airports and try to blend in as toddlers to tell them not to wear their customary black shirts masks and helmets and even maybe take gets a printout. the courting process is that they could be seen as legitimate travelers so in response what the police has been doing is searching anyone that this suspected of not being at the airport with a valid reason to be at the airport and they've also set up checkpoints at various tunnels and highways and train stations that would take people to the airports and productive searches there anyone they suspect of being a protester they turned away and earlier signed off developed between protesters
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and police at the tongue chong transit station adrian brown was there. well this is normally a very busy shopping mall it's very close to hong kong international airport which of course has been in the crosshairs of protesters once again on saturday the protesters are angry because they've been trying to get to the airport to try to disrupt operations which of course they managed to do a week ago and also last month leading to the cancellation of almost a 1000 flights well on saturday they were largely faulted in that exercise because the police were out in very heavy numbers and here in tone show me a very busy shopping mall on a saturday afternoon we've had standoff between protesters and the police all afternoon we've had 2 brief dispersal operations by the police a number of people have been detained then how many but it's remind as i say that even normally before the most like this has become very volatile on the more
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protests are planned on sunday including one outside the u.s. consulate that's a 1st look at the moment the focus for the protesters remains the area around hong kong's international airport in sudan the former president on whatever she has been denied bail by a court in khartoum he is facing charges of corruption and illegal use of foreign funds but he says the $25000000.00 he received from the saudi crown prince mohammed bin salman wasn't used for private purposes his lawyer says his client denies all charges against him in the morgue and with more from cotton. this is the 4th quarter hearing and the corruption charges against vance former president already here where he's being charged with a list of financial gains corruption and bribery now the former president had previously stated that he wished the whole trial was secretive because he did not want to mention the name of saudi arabian crown prince mohammed bin solomon where he previously stated that he did indeed receive $25000000.00 from the crown prince
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investigators also revealed during the 1st hearing that he received millions of dollars from the united arab emirates ruler as well now the former president has continued to plead not guilty to the charges against him and his defense lawyers which comprised of more than 130 lawyers say that they won the charges against the former president dropped because when the money was given to him it was given to him as a person and not as a president today the judge listened to this to the witnesses from the defense aside and said that all financial dealings every single money he gave away was documented and that they have documents to prove that and receipts to prove that the president did not only spend the money that he received. a witness testified that africa international university which the president admitted giving money to head indeed received money in the sum of 4000000 euros and that that was documented in university records our 2nd witness who was an office manager of the president also confirmed that the president gave him money in which he had been distributed
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to other people. now the charges that are not being mentioned in this trial are the charges against him for inciting to kill protesters things demonstrations began nationwide in december now the transitional government which has been formed has said that they are going to try to set up an independent judicial system to hold the president into account for crimes not just committed in the water in the region of darfur but also in the southern regions of blue nile and south kordofan but people on the streets have been protesting and they're saying that the whole trial is a sham and an attempt to divert their attention from the real crimes that has been committed not just by the former president but by his government as well they're saying that throughout. so many crimes committed so many lives lost and they want to make sure that not just the president but those who were his allies and were telling the government are also held to account and they're saying that if that justice is not delivered and they will consider that the revolution that bay started is not yet complete. chance government hoping the appointment of a new regional sultan will help and
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a deadly conflict in the east of the country 40 people have been killed since the start of august in clashes between cattle herders and farmers and it's been made worse by the large amount of weapons flowing in from libya central african republic and sudan state of emergency has been declared in the. regions laura bird manly has the details. a moment of celebration as tribal elders swear in a new sultan and the dar would die reaching a centrist tradition. but sharif mohamadi abdul hadi has been sworn in to solve the crisis of more recent times the lead to a state of emergency in 3 regions of chad. is and. dozens of people have been killed as a conflict between farmers and herdsman as in the past few months i have been here we have been here for more than 400 years and we haven't seen such a problem that started 3 months ago we will cooperate with the authorities and the
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people of those 40 people who lost their lives would be the last to be killed the sultan says a dispute between herdsman and farmers over land resources has been made more dangerous by a large amount of weapons coming in from neighboring countries. the country has made a decision about arms smuggling from there for the central african republic and libya to prevent the introduction of weapons to the road weapons smugglers will be arrested and anyone with weapons will be arrested. when fighting began more than 5000 people fled their villages in white die and there were more displacement lucilla reaching. a 3 month state of emergency was imposed the army with deployed there would dozens of arrests and weapons was seized some borders with sudan libya and the central african republic have since been closed and the night curfew imposed but experts say president it disturb his appointment of
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a new sultan is only a short term solution to a long term crisis if you look at the governors of the different regions in chad they tend to last a very short period of time before president debbie into a matter that's not happy with their performance and replaces them the sultan's no different the dispute over the past so tonight is both a cause and a result of the violence we're seeing at the moment. and moment of peace in the hollow shell of 400 year old sultans palace these tribal elders and come together to renovate this is start building but they have a much bigger challenge ahead to fill their historic role of ending tribal conflicts nor about a manly al-jazeera. saudi arabia is reiterating it won't be lifting the blockade on qatar the sea and land blockade by saudi arabia the u.a.e. egypt and bahrain was imposed more than 2 years ago they accuse carter of violating
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a 2014 agreement with members of the gulf cooperation council by meddling in a region affairs and supporting terrorism has strenuously rejected the allegations and says the blockade is an attack on its sovereignty. in the news ahead to celebrating brazil's independence day but the country's president is still under pressure. or insults an exhibition of nazi design opens in the netherlands cheli how does sri lankan cricket i did what no other. before that's coming up in school . hello again well we are still following those showers here across parts of north eastern turkey georgia our viewers aren't as well and you know cyclones right they are making their way towards the east but really lingering as we go towards the
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heating of the day so we're watching that before baku expect to see some clouds in the forecast here on sunday maybe a high of 24 degrees there down towards the south on sunday at 42 for quite city and by the time we get towards monday things really generally the same across much of the area we do expect to see baghdad with a high of 40 degrees there well here across the gulf it is going to be a little bit windy or over the next few days in the relative humidity is going to start to fall off just a little bit that is why the temperatures are here into the low forty's for doha we do expect to see abu dhabi at $38.00 and by the time we get towards monday abu dhabi you'll be dropping down to about $37.00 degrees there then the temp has been quite hot here across capetown we did see temperatures into the low thirty's for the areas around cape town now that is not going to stay as we go through the rest of the forecast by the time we get towards sunday really coming down in temperatures to about $25.00 degrees there durban not looking too bad at $25.00 degrees for you here on sunday but by the time we get towards monday we do expect to see durban maybe coming up to about $27.00 degrees there but for parts of
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madagascar expect to see some rain down towards the southwest. with the plummeting bath rates and families moving to the cities south korea's rule schools are shutting down one on one east meets the grandmas who is saving these schools finally getting an education on al-jazeera. al-jazeera. and. you know that corruption has reached a level like never happened before in our john. injury. count side. to president of the united states. the power was in the daytime we will honor
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the american people with the truth and nothing else discovered. for winning the white house unfair game on al-jazeera. the news hour here at al-jazeera and these are all top stories russia and ukraine have carried out a mass prisoner exchange that's been hailed as a 1st step in ending the war in eastern ukraine 35 prisoners were released by each side including a suspect in the downing of malaysia airlines flight m h 17 back in 24 teams 70000 people without food water or shelter in the bahamas after hurricane dorian hit the
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islands at least $43.00 people are confirmed dead but it's feared the final death toll will be staggering and iran says it started using advanced centrifuges prohibited under the 2015 nuclear deal the country says it can now enrich uranium beyond current levels to weapons grade material. now brazilians are celebrating independence day president joe about sonar urged people to attend events to show their support for the country's sovereignty over the amazon rain forest brazil's been criticized for its response to the record number of fires they're here as our last in america it is in the sea and human in sao paulo and listeners that. parade or protest here in the middle of. this is a protest gema instead of waiting to come into the brazilian flag as president i've asked brazilians. to do today during national independence day the opposition is wearing black and they are protesting particularly today in their what is called
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the traditional shout of the excluded against the president's education cuts and of course what is happening in the amazon look for example we're going to come a little closer here this these people are carrying a card that shows the destruction of the amazon before and after the fires and you can also see little trucks which are a symbol of the long who are trying to cut down the amazon to clear the way for the agro business also for ranchers travel ranchers and so forth so there are a lot of things to protest against today here on the streets of sao paolo this is not the largest protest we've ever seen here but it significantly it coincides with the latest polls from that the fall yeah which shows that the president's approval rating in the last 2 months alone has gone down significantly and not just amongst the population at large but especially amongst his strong support base and that is the upper class people with money and according to that poll that shows that that
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is down that support is down 15 percent what has changed in the last 2 months one of the things of course has been these out of control fires in the amazon that has destroyed so much of it and the president's policies which seem to encourage according to many people these fires rather than trying to stop them come out is there anyone else celebrating there to see or know you're there to protest but the brazilians want to come out and celebrate their country at the moment. celebrating may not be the word but it is certainly in the capital brasilia there is a big military parade taking place that is the traditional parade and the president is there overseeing it he did not go on saturday to a kind of mini summit that had been called by south american leaders to discuss the question of the imus. but he is overseeing the military parade and you supporters of course will be there. to support him great stuff from listen human in the
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protests on brazil independence day in south palo. now pope francis is visiting madagascar where he's condemned illegal logging and he for a station c.e.o. was talking about there as a global threat aid agencies say 44 percent of the island's forest has been cut down in just the past 60 years. madagascar is rich in plants and animals biodiversity yet this treasure is threatened by deforestation which some profit the deterioration of that biodiversity compromises the future of the country and of the earth as you know the last forests are menaced by forest fires poaching and unrestricted cutting down of valuable woodlands but for the people concerned a number of activities harmful to the environment ensure their survival so it is important to create jobs and activities that generate income while also protecting the environment or the death of robert mugabe has provoked tributes to his
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achievements and also criticism of his long role and i see 5 year old died on friday in singapore he was one of africa's most divisive leaders and the only one many zimbabweans had ever known until it's over 32 years ago the reports from. president close relationship with robert mugabe was not always easy but on friday he praised the man he replaced as a principled comrade would made huge sacrifices for his country. remains. we. would load grandview mrs wood to. rest. we. do. running our leader and you use very. godly died in singapore we actually see the treatment for several years he was 95 years old mugabe leaves a complicated legacy to some he was
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a hero an african legend and his education policy is the reason why zimbabwe has one of the highest literacy rates in africa because of gridley and he knew that would make a good going to agree to education it emitted possible for the kids of zimbabwe to give their free in free choice of learning but others point to a history of disputed elections and trends corruption allegations of human rights abuses and political and economic turmoil to destroy a dominant retries nothing that truman was there really really great did nothing for a nation for it what it did do is progress as in disaster did everything opposition leaders say some of them got his back to public policies such as land reform and indigenisation cripple the economy and government services the fact that it has led to pass on in foreign lands is something that points to the problems that we have in our country we can't have our leaders in africa being treated in foreign lands
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we must be able to fix our politics fix our governance institutions fix our governance systems so that we have big ideas not just big men big institutions not just big you know personalities mugabe remains a polarizing figure but government officials say who'd be treated with respect and dignity to zimbabwe's founding father robert mugabe will be given a state funeral his body will lie in state for a few days then he will be buried at the national hero symmetry in the capital when many people who fought in a white minority rule are there how do al-jazeera. judges in cameroon have adjourned the trial of the main opposition leader and dozens of other politicians after one of them collapsed in court the u.s. the european union and human rights groups are all criticizing what's been described as political tyranny in cameroon this report from sort of hide it. right
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right right protesters chants in support of the man they say so rice for president of cameron maurice come to oh my god they gathered outside a military court in the capital yon day where the main opposition leader is one of dozens of politicians standing trial never accused of insurrection and rebellion against the government charges that carry the death penalty. this is something. i have traveled more than 600 kilometers to attend this historical trial asking the government to release political prisoners tensions. the judgment will unfortunately be done in the absence of the concerned we're used to the presence of police this is what comes with dictator this is what tyrone is a civilian is tried in a military tribunal will continue protesting until there is change. come to los to present called the rules to 35 years in last year's election. but
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come to his party the cameroon renaissance movement accuses the government of rigging the vote results. following unsee government protests cunto and more than 80 other politicians were arrested in january. their defense teams accuse the authorities of denying them basic human and legal rights in courts their lawyers all of them are not sitting. standing because almost jazz most. not in a good condition to be able to defend themselves human rights groups are calling for the immediate release of come and say it's part of a violent crackdown by the president against any form of dissent this is also occurring amidst a series of other issues happening in cameroon most pressing of which is the crisis that continues to unfold in the and before regions and we've also seen the courts he used against separatist leaders in these. regions as well. the trial has been
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adjourned to next month after one of the accused a former advisor to president be collapse in court. and. taliban fighters in eastern afghanistan of kidnapped 6 journalists but a taliban spokesman says their abduction in a province is a mistake and the reporters will be released soon the taliban's want afghan media associations to stop broadcasting what's described as government propaganda or journalists would be targeted india's space agency has lost contact with its moon land as it made its final approach scenes of disappointment in the mission control center it's not actually known if the unmanned lunar lander named victor crashed or suffered a technical fault. with . it.
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india's $140000000.00 mission to the moon is called chandra onto the main craft is an orbiter which is mapping the lunar surface from 100 kilometers above the moon lander itself called victim named after an indian scientist separated from the orbiter on monday descending towards the unexplored south pole when contact was lost from was meant to deploy a robotic rover to collect lunar samples india would have been only the 4th nation to land on the moon after the u.s. the soviet union and china if the mission had been a success more now from. new delhi. there is a palpable sense of disappointment in india as many stayed up late in the night to watch the landing of the moon but in the last few seconds that contact was lost
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chief of india's space research organization adelia said that the last 15 minutes of full of terror and terrifying they indeed were up but was it his disappointment that is also sympathy for the scientist for undertaking such an endeavor and scientists believe that even though it has failed the data has so far been collected would be useful in finding out why it's fading what can be learnt at the end of it from this exercise sympathies also that because this is a very cost effective mission the indian government spent $150000000.00 that's about half of what was used in producing hollywood movie the average us so how did succeed it would have been a lesson for scientists all over the world to find out how these missions can be conducted in a cost effective manner other than that the stated mission stated goal of the mission was to research lunar soil to take the images of lunar soil and send them to the us in the last such mission india india had tried to such water and this time the focus was on lunar soil it has failed bot prime minister modi has
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said very reassuring what are the scientists implying that there will be a next time earlier we heard from tariq malik who is the editor in chief of space dot com he says despite the setback india already has plans for further missions everything seemed to be going really really well until the final moments they got about 2 kilometers kilometers above the lunar surface when they lost contact with their probe they don't know if it crashed or maybe redirected itself to a secondary landing site they're hoping to figure that out in the next few hours and days but it was definitely really tense in india's mission control and a big big disappointment after a mission that's gone really really well over the last month to reach the moon there are folks still listening. signals but not having any signal from the spacecraft nasa deep space network with antennas around the world also lost contact they weren't hearing anything from the spacecraft that's not the best of signs it
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is possible that the spacecraft might have been able to land itself and just lost contact you know they have their orbiter in orbit around the moon nasa has an orbiter as well you can be sure that they'll be looking for that but not hearing from the spacecraft during that critical period isn't a great sign india has resolved to keep at it to to keep listening and then they keep shooting for the moon they do have plans for a 3rd mission later on. early on friday pakistan's prime minister and national defense day by visiting the line of control in kashmir india will sponsor a crisis last month when it revoked the autonomy of its part of the disputed region and forced a military locked up pakistan's army chief says his forces stand ready to confront india. president on trump's economic advisor is warning the u.s. trade war with china could take years to resolve tariffs imposed by both sides are hurting the world's 2 biggest economies and it's costing businesses in thailand as well although some do see potential opportunities scott heide live reports from
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bangkok. with trade negotiations between the world's 2 biggest economies still a work in progress china's close and reliant neighbors are feeling the impact. on the outskirts of bangkok wrote the post runs a house where a company started by his father the medium sized business is heavily dependent on china factories their supply raw materials wrought upon uses to manufacture products for his thai customers the trade war is costing him money but despite that he sees an upside. down i think is a benefit to be made china may have all the material that i need but here we have skilled labor who know the we can export our products without going through china worry about the trade war in one high profile case thailand has actually one new business as a result of chinese tariffs on u.s. goods u.s. motorcycle giant harley davidson announced that it's moving the manufacturing of
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its china bound bikes from the u.s. to thailand by the end of the year this to avoid tariffs levied on imports of american vehicles. the company had actually opened a factory in thailand before the trade war to supply the growing east asian market but an economic advisor to one of thailand's largest companies warns of a threat not just to thailand but to the global supply chain if china and the us can't settle their differences soon. clear go going to last longer they're going to have. long lasting chanting of the team. that he seemed. to be making up become all in the now in the now rice that you called on me. that means china will rely less on neighboring countries for materials and goods producing more of its own that be bad news for countries like thailand its largest export market is china the economy here relies
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heavily on its big neighbor to the north so businesses could be forced to recalibrate their supply chains it's got harder al-jazeera bangkok. being made in the netherlands to ban an exhibition called design of the 3rd reich. a reports from the city of than those exhibits of nazi propaganda going on show opposite a synagogue. at all for hitler understood how bold design and imagery could motivate and convince people so he used its power to help fulfill his racist ambitions and create a nazi state that killed millions of people mainly jews in world war 2. this exhibition in the den boss in the netherlands examines how nazis use design for propaganda hitler understood that that's what the guy had to be used for his party and i wanted to be a powerful modern logo hitler came to power in 19336 years later germany
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invaded poland triggering world war 2 art and design had helped fuel nationalist anti jewish sentiment images recalled a romanticized past military uniforms was sharply tailored to promote fear the museum's director knows there showcasing the a statics of a deadly regime is controversial but he says it's important to take a critical look at history we are accustomed to present all these iron ore are what we consider good but we all know there is all also stuff and been made that's that's not good ethical sense what's bad what's the fall and what we decided to research it what it was possible that we have to face or through because it's us you know we are in it we're not nancy's but we're defined by. just opposite the design museum happens debate den bosses synagogue it's a coincidence but nevertheless it is a stark reminder of why this exhibition is controversial nazi forces occupied the
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netherlands for nearly 5 years in world war 2 and in that time 3 quarters of the jewish population was killed among the victims was and frank the jewish girl who was deported by the nazis and died in a concentration camp her famous diary detailed her years hiding in an attic in amsterdam after graphs father was a dutch resistance fighter he says the. exhibition nora finds the nazi era and should be banned it is. not only to jewish people but also to people with my background. related to resistance people it's it's well if it hurts it hurts it shouldn't be there 75 years after allied forces liberated the netherlands the divisions over the exhibition highlight that while nazi occupation is in the past its painful legacy is still very present the sasha butler al-jazeera boasts the netherlands sport is coming up on this news our mayor will be here to
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explain how this we won stole the show the us so. if you're in beijing looking out the pacific ocean you'd see american warships when mess was that somehow time as aiming to replace america and around the world college chinese are not that stupid these guys want to dominate a huge chunk of the planet this sounds like a preparation for our 1st president george washington said if you want peace prepare for war the coming war on china part one on a just. a 15 year old boy tortured in the world's most notorious prison finally released after 13 years i wouldn't who is this experience on anybody but
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i have a hard time thinking about wishing that i have gone through this experience in an exclusive interview tells his epic tale. witness presents guantanamo's child. on al-jazeera. welcome back lee is here with a look at useful thanks come all for arias charles le clerc has claimed pole position for the italian grand prix after a final qualifying session where just one of the 10 drivers were able to set a flying lap but all the earlier talk at monza was about an accident in saturday's formula 3 race just
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a week ago f 2 driver and so on died australian alex peroni was launched into the air after running wide in the hitting a curb the car flipped several times before landing on the wall cockpit side down amazingly peroni got out of the car himself and was taken to hospital for checks his team were clearly shaken up by the incident. meanwhile the other driver involved in the last in last week's fatal if 2 crash one manual career is in an induced coma after suffering acute respiratory failure the 20 year old also has a spinal injury and leg fractures following the 250 kilometer an hour crash his parents say his condition is critical but stable and he's in the hospital in london . on the doll is just one win away from moving within one grand slam of roger federer he's in the u.s. open final where he'll be up against the in-form russian medvedev david stokes
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reports. rafa nadal was the clear favorite against mattel have parity but it wasn't going to plan in the 1st set tie break. the italian went full of up and then had to set points up however in typical a doubt fashion the spaniard dug in and somehow it was he who managed to emerge victorious was it really was a crucial blow with parity playing in his 1st grand slam semifinal never recovered the dow took the next set comfortably 6 games to 4 and was even more dominant in the 3rd everything he tried seemed to come off. was the crowd were loving it and there was just nothing better team he could do to stop the dial forcing his wife into yet another major final was victory on sunday would move into 19 career grand slams was just one short of the all time record held by his rival
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roger federer of course i would love to be the one hole which is more than slams what. i still asleep. leave. without being the one who have more. standing in the dells why is russia's fitzy down your bed the day we go dimitrov in his semifinal medvedev has faced a hostile reception in new york after racking up $19000.00 fine for bad behavior including offensive gestures to the crowd but while he might be winning friends he is winning matches he's been the full player on hard courts this season and this his 12th straight victory put it through to his 4th straight final i this moment in my game there is something strong that makes me win this crazy sets in crazy matches which made me 2 months ago i would have lost one trophy house already been won in the men's doubles columbia's once
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a busting couple and robert claimed the 2nd strike major title after winning wimbledon in july i think it's the 5th total of 2020 but it was composed 2 year old son who stole the show crushing the celebrations then even helping to lift the trophy david stokes al-jazeera. england's batsmen have managed to avoid the follow on against australia in the 4th ashes test they needed to get within $200.00 runs of australia's 1st inning score which they did but only barely they were all out for 31 australia still well in control despite the loss of early wickets included david including david warner who was gone for his 2nd duck of the match again falling to stuart broad for the 6th time the series. sri lanka beat new zealand in the 3rd 2020 and largely thanks to. the bowler took an incredible 4 wickets in 4 balls it's a 2nd time he's done that in his career making him the 1st player to do it twice
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wading through walk at $1237.00 run victory. england footballer marcus rash for it believes racism is getting worse against players online he's one of several athletes targeted recently and says he's considered quitting social media altogether there's been examples where people have spoken and i wouldn't say they've been ignored but you know no finns nothing's really changed. so just to see it to see itself spike in the last couple of months it's been it's been unbelievable so. you know we want to we want to just nip it in the bud wells says. former barcelona and cameroon striker sam while at 2 says he will retire from football the 4 time african player of the year quit at the age of $38.00 he won numerous trophies with barcelona and represented cameroon 4 times at the world cup over
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a 22 year career. what's it for me back over to come all late thank you will say most but with leah in the next. to me in the meantime we're back with more news in about 2 and a half minutes time. going out to buy now or you were asked about it but that's the ball is a bonnet i see where it's not as i thought the set says their last. letter that will lead to bunches a bit shocked about that. in part one of this 2 part series al-jazeera explores the
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world of performance enhancing drugs. sports doping be endless tricks on al-jazeera. driven by outrage and spanning generations the rohinton demonstrators gathered on the very day a widely criticised repatriation agreement between the governments of bangladesh and me and more was to begin the anger was all too apparent and the fear was palpable if you don't like we're so afraid that if they send one of us back to myanmar today tomorrow they'll send back 10 and the day after tomorrow they'll send back 2030 or if we were given citizenship in myanmar then there would be no need to take us back there we would go back on our own we must remember the rancho among the most persecuted minorities in the world i cannot lock my phone with my face you can access your bank account with your voice unique algorithmic measurements of us that
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are revolutionizing the process of identification the biometrics are far from perfect convenience and seeming infallibility comes at a cop's most crucially our privacy and the 4th of a 5 part series on the radio addresses the appropriation obama's personal characteristics all hail the algorithm on the jersey that. we have to do all the steps to finish these horrible war ukraine's president as a mass prisoner swap is the 1st step in easing tensions with russia. joe and i'm come all sons of maria this is the world news from your. list i got to
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relate only what you see in the movies like those and the dire news clips you watch on you do it was the history of hundreds still missing in the bahamas amid warnings of a staggering final death toll from hurricane dorian. ready to take nuclear enrichment to a whole new level. iran says times fast running out to salvage the 2050 nuclear deal . and buses are searched protesters entry to hong kong airport is restricted as police try to stop a planned day of disruption. to russia and ukraine have carried out a major prisoner exchange that's been hailed as a 1st step in easing tensions that led to moscow as an expression of crimea and a 5 year long conflict in eastern ukraine 35 prisoners have been released by each side it includes 24 ukrainian sailors who were captured near crimea and among those released by ukraine is a witness in the downing of malaysia airlines flight m h 17
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a move that's angered the netherlands which lost many of its citizens in the tragedy ukraine's new president says he does hope to end the conflict that has killed more than 13000 people. 2 connection telephone connection between 2 presidents and we have if your. staff. have said to our journalist do you pray for me and establishment in 2 hour long team that we have to begin we have to begin all the steps i hope we'll have a new year is meeting in normandy for martin and the big about t. and will be all the steps during the. the future i during the nearest future we have to do all the steps to finish these horrible war. here's some of the reaction we've seen versus the u.s. president who welcomed the exchange on twitter don't trump said the swap was very good news perhaps
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a 1st giant step to peace congratulations to both countries the german chancellor angela merkel also welcomed the swap saying this exchange of prisoners between russia and ukraine is a sign of hope it's worth continuing the hard work to implement the minsk accords well from step in moscow with details about the prisoner swap. this is the 1st major positive move between russia and ukraine since the conflict started in 2014 prisoners exchange including a person who was sentenced to jail for 20 years all accents of ukrainian filmmaker who has also been on a hunger strike 445 days a manage to get home today meeting his family after 45 years in prison here in the north of russia his release is seen as a major concession by russia by vladimir putin and it shows that was and is willing to negotiate with presidents alinsky off ukraine but he wanted something in return
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and the person who went back from ukraine to moscow is vladimir the same a key witness in the n.h.s. and seen as a downer of a malaysian airliner in 2014 will kill that killed 298 people russia insisted of having this person was actually a ukrainian national and was captured by ukrainian security forces a few months ago to be brought to moscow where he arrived today especially dutch prosecutors were very angry about this because they have opened as an image of a teen case and they wanted to question him but as the dutch authorities have announced they managed to talk to him before he was moved to moscow so in the last couple of days the whole exchange of these prisoners of 7 to people was boris hanging on this one person and alinsky had made this concession because for him the 24 sailors ukrainian sailors who were imprisoned here in russia were captured last year in the courage trade was an important victory he promised to bring them back
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home during his election and campaign and he managed to fulfill his promise so now the way is open for negotiations there's a possible meeting of the so-called normandy group which consists of germany france ukraine and russia maybe even just. negotiations about what's happening in eastern ukraine and a possible solution for that area could be discussed but what this whole exchange shows and also. that have happened is that the. bargaining position of russia and the president is very strong and that they hope. will come from the ukrainian side as the foreign ministry in moscow has put it they say. has shown to be a sensible person who is willing to compromise in other news the effort to save lives continues in the bahamas in the aftermath of hurricane dorian the u.s.
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coast guard is now evacuating people to the capital many of them coming in from the hardest hit places like grand bahama and most are without the basics of food water and shelter in fact the u.n. says more than 70000 people are in need of assistance but relief efforts have been hampered by damaged piers runways which have been submerged and downed communications the death toll well at least $43.00 people are confirmed dead but the government says the final death toll could be quote staggering those evacuating and leaving behind absolute devastation. to be really really only what you see in the movies like those and the. clips you watch on you tube. just unreal. in freeport in the bahamas. we're in the city of freeport on the island of grand bahama in what is the hotel district this is
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a part of the bahamas that is almost entirely reliant on tourism but as you can see hardly a soul in sight no tourists around those that are still here are looking for a way to get out of get out of the bahamas one of the major concerns right now is the shortages of supplies shortages of food medicine and water as this crisis continues to unfold the official death count by the government so it's currently at 43 confirmed dead but we do get the sense that they are that that number is going to increase dramatically given that search and rescue operations are still taking place there are still parts of the bahamas that search and rescue teams have not been able to access when we were in the island of abaco in the northern bahamas this is a section of the country that was that was probably the worst hit by hurricane during and it took 36 hours for this storm to make it across the island of abaco across the island of grand bahama so there are places that that search and rescue teams have not arrived yet one of the one of the biggest concerns that people have right now is as the shortages are taking place many or are growing desperate to get
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out of the bahamas and weather warnings are now in place in 10 as a as makes its way up the u.s. coast towards nova scotia it's expected to make landfall there on saturday as a category one hurricane this 4 people were killed in the u.s. and more than 200000 without the tricity many are still dealing with the aftermath of the flooding in both north and south carolina. hopes of salvaging the 25th in nuclear deal with iran have taken another blood test run now says it has the ability to enrich uranium to a much higher level but it also says that capacity could be quickly reversed if europe delivers the promised sanctions really has the story from teheran. another step back from the 2015 nuclear deal but a step forward for iran's nuclear program the latest phase of iran reducing its commitments further to the agreement with 6 world powers is its most serious and technical one yet. more we started lifting limitations on our research and
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development imposed by the deal as a link lou developments of more rapid and advanced centrifuges we have the capacity to enrich uranium beyond 20 percent but we don't have any plans to do so for the time being this is where the more advanced centrifuges have already been installed as of friday the natanz nuclear facility is now capable of enriching uranium at a much faster speed since the united states withdrew from nuclear pact in 2018 and imposed a series of harsh sanctions iran has been reducing its commitments to the deal president has and rouhani announced this latest phase on wednesday but said all these changes were reversible when and if the european countries who signed up to the deal up held their end of the agreement that would include protecting iran's oil exports from u.s. sanctions what they're saying is that they can go back to what they really don't want to and one parent trying to do is to get some more leverage and these are the
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. 3 models of the u.s. these negotiation and you start to grate with micron metals a way to honor partners lead to somewhere the acting chief of the united nations nuclear watchdog well head to teheran on sunday for talks with the iranian foreign minister mohammad javad zarif iran has given britain france and germany. maybe another 60 days to see if they can do anything to salvage this the oh and the head of iran's atomic energy organization has told al jazeera that after the next phase iran will have officially abandon all of its technical commitments under the nuclear agreement or such a party al-jazeera teheran so we'll just have a quick look at what different grades of uranium enrichment actually mean you start down that one percent when it's mind at that point it has actually one percent of the material used in nuclear reactors that one percent increase is that once it
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becomes concentrated when you get to 5 percent so they can be used in a nuclear power plant 20 percent can be used in research reactors will for medical purposes but it's actually just a short technical step away from 90 percent purity which is the iranian grade needed to produce a nuclear bomb meanwhile the united states has a satellite photo proves iran has lied about the oil tanker released in gibraltar last month the us is the edge of daria one is anchored off the coast of syria despite iranian assurances it wouldn't have there in july british marines stormed the supertanker suspected of shipping oil with $130000000.00 to syria in breach of e.u. sanctions. to hong kong where demonstrators in the district of collin of set fire to a makeshift street beriah police used tear gas to disperse them. police stopped another protest from targeting the airport trains didn't stop on the way to the airport as they tried to stop the demonstrators from getting there has to be gopalan with me.
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this time the police and security were prepared last time they came well into the chaos well after protesters had paralyzed the airports and the transportation linking to police complete train change their strategy this time they were here at the airport hours before protesters were due they were here in large numbers and they also instigated stop and searches at young people that they suspected of being protestors and that's basically because the protesters to change their tactics they called on those who are willing to take part in the movement to come to the airports and try to blend in as travelers to tell them not to wear their customary black shirts masks and helmets and even maybe take a luggage said.

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