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tv   Counting the Cost 2019 Ep 36  Al Jazeera  September 8, 2019 6:32am-7:01am +03

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all of the bloggers who are trying to cut down the amazon to clear the way for the agro business also for ranchers cattle ranchers and so forth so there 2 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 that befall you 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 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. in the netherlands and museum is braced for protests as a prepares to open its doors to
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a controversial eggs of asian it's called the design of the 3rd reich and it shows the way that adult hitler used art to garner support and help develop his ideology from the dutch city of ben boss that reports. 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 then boss in the netherlands examines how nazis use design for propaganda or understood that that's what the guy had to be used for his party and i want it to be a powerful modern logo hitler came to power in 19336 years later germany invaded poland triggering world war 2 arts and design had helped fuel nationalist
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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 design or art what we consider good but we all know there is all also stuff. that's not good ethical sense what's bad what's for. and while we decided to research it while it was possible we have to face her 3 because it's us you know we are in it we're not nancy's but we're defined by her 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 netherlands for nearly 5 years in world war 2 and in that time 3 quarters of the
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jewish population was killed among the victims was and frank a 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 autographs father was a dutch resistance fighter he says the exhibition nor rafah is 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 it's well if it hurts it which 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 natasha butler al-jazeera then boasts the netherlands. still ahead in this news hour the mystery of the lunar
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lander indian scientists trying to discover what i don't fault with their historic lunar mission and then sport find out why this 85 year old has decided it's close of play 15 short of a century. if you are in beijing looking out the pacific ocean you'd see american warships when miss was that somehow time is aiming to replace america and going to run the world well the chinese are not that stupid these guys want to dominate a huge chunk of the planet this seems 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 josie. india's
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space program has suffered a major setback losing contact with an unmanned spacecraft moments before it was due to land on the moon it's still not known exactly what happened to the lunar lander. reports now from new delhi india as attempt to make one giant
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leap ended at the final step of its unmanned mission to the moon the victim lunar lander lost contact with controllers in india just 2 kilometers above the moon surface the disappointment of the mission control isn't it was obvious scientists working for india's space research organization will have to wait longer in their search for water on the move. was. buying one. goes to show us about. millions all over india of a blue t.v. screens waiting for the indian flag to be unfold at the south pole of the moon no one has ever exploded there i think it's a stepping stone you can't expect every new experiment in mission to always be
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perfect but we've learned so much from it and we can analyze what went wrong and make sure it doesn't happen again the $22.00 mission cost $140000000.00 despite the failure to dash the hopes of the nation further missions are already planned the indian prime minister's words were reassuring me good to look i want them we will look back at this journey and if it with great satisfaction the learning from today will make us stronger and better it will be a new dawn and a broader tomorrow very soon india's mission to the moon may have fared in the final moments but was the lunar lander has been lost over shells expect to receive crucial images from the orbiter and even though there is disappointment just now the government says there will be a next time after the u.s. the soviet union and china india would have been only the 4th nation to successfully land on the moon had its mission ended in success rather than
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disappointment of war al-jazeera new delhi. it's time for the sport now here's leah thank you barbara serena williams is fighting back at the u.s. open in her bid for a record equalling 24th grand slam while there's been no repeat of last year's meltdown in the final against naomi osaka williams never looked like herself in this match 19 year old canadian bianca and rescue winning the 1st set 63 and it's 5 all in the 2nd set going on right now and rescue wasn't even born when williams won her 1st grand slam 20 years ago. for the men rough and a double played in the old medvedev in the men's final on sunday that's after he beat mateo barrett seanie in the semifinals the italian went for love up and then had to set points in the 1st set however in typical not all fashion he managed to emerge on top beating medvedev it will move an adult in 1000 career grand slams just one short of his rival roger federer. going to keep working hard to try to
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produce chances on sundays when. there's just one more chance that's that so. then my opponents want to keep playing if i'm able to the way in this on sunday ok i will be amazing if i lose i hope to keep having chances in the future to work things for arias charles look clerk has claimed pole position for the italian grand prix after a final qualifying session that saw just one of the 10 drivers able to set a flying lap while all the drivers at monza looking to gain benefits from the slipstream nico hull can burgle went down the escape road at the 1st corner the other cars slowing as a result as they tried to avoid leading the pack round the fastest of the f one circuits that resulted in only carlos songs setting a flying lap look clerks' time earlier in the session was enough to give him
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a hold over the mercedes pairing of lewis hamilton and valtteri bottas. up there with the pole but it's a shame that at the end there was a big mess. for a lot of us now but i was in no need of you see what happened for the fall. i want to see i have to be grateful that i'm in the front row i get to have a fight with the ferrari some are which is nice to split them so as a team it's a really good position for us to be in it that means a little bit of an anticlimax that we could all go out and do that last final that that's one of the most exciting ones. before that happened all the earlier talk at mons that was about an accident in saturday's formula 3 race just a week since f 2 driver and one who died australian alex perrone was launched into the air after running wide and hitting a curb the car flipped several times before landing on the wall cockpit side down mazing link pronate was able to walk away from the crash and he was taken to hospital for check ups. meanwhile the other driver involved in last week's fatal f
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2 crash one manual career a is in an induced coma after suffering acute respiratory failure the 20 year old has also has a spinal injury and leg fractures following the 250 kilometer an hour crash his parents say his condition is critical but stable at a hospital in london and there was a big pile up at a d.s. 3 race and wet conditions in denmark one driver suffered 2 broken ribs while the other involved weren't seriously hurt could be but a medal of has retained his u.f.c. lightweight title after beating dustin poirier by submission could be went straight on the offensive and claimed the win in the 3rd round he is now unbeaten in his $28.00 fights 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 is considering quitting social media altogether there's been examples
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where people have spoken i wouldn't say they've been ignored both you know no friends no friends that he changed. so. just to see it to see it's all 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 this is happening australia will go into the final day of the 4th test against england needing 8 wickets true tame ashes that's after england were set a target of 383 runs and pat cummins took 2 wickets in 2 balls after losing early wickets steve smith once again studying things for australia his 82 the lowest he's managed so far in the series also out in his eighties is sessile right that 85 year old is retiring after a cricketing career that has spanned 6 decades the former fast bowler played one 1st class game for jamaica against barbados back in 1958 and is said to have taken
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thousands of wickets despite his love of the game wright says his body can no longer take the strain sometimes when i walk in but to go to a feel it could be you know and i think what i think about enough now and. we're going to finish i feel like a foreigner and a you know not going according to us run about and get it done so that's the reason why i said i think this is enough now. back to barbara in london thank you now it's viewed by many as a precursor to award season and this year's venice film festival is certainly showcased the major contenders for next year's awards. tom phillips dark drama joker starring oscar nominee walk in phoenix took home the golden lion award of the closing ceremony phoenix's the latest high profile actor
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to play the joker following the footsteps of jack nicholson and thief ledger in a surprise move roman polanski's military drama an officer and a spy took the runner up silver lion grand jury prize polanski did not travel to venice for the festival his wife collected the award on his behalf for news and a few minutes of. this is a dialogue let you decide not to have children it's what stake is really human survival everyone has a voice that starts with our community because of course this is a debate and it's a heated one that it will be asian literally before you do teach and i fully join
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the global conversation people i think if only they knew what is happening to we were muslims they will be with us and they will be on mount is iraq. an army of volunteers has come together to help with the influx of tens of thousands of evacuees. but their retreat to a church shelter has brought new challenges an outbreak of norovirus and other guy . intestinal problems. smoke from the massive wildfires now blankets much of northern california leading to some of the worst air quality in the world but with more than 12000 structures lost in the wildfires concerns remain about long term accommodations jobs and medical care. local officials say there isn't enough housing stock available. i cannot lock my phone with my face you can access your bank account with your voice unique algorithmic measurements of costs
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that are revolutionizing the process of identification the biometrics are far from perfect convenience and seeming infallibility comes at a costs most crucially our privacy in the 4th of a 5 part series i mean really addresses the appropriation of almost personal characteristics or are you only algorithm on the jersey or. russia and ukraine carry out a long awaited prisoner exchange raising hopes of an end to 5 years of fighting in eastern ukraine. this horrible war. hello i'm barbara starr you're watching al-jazeera live from london also coming up
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thousands scramble to leave the worst hit islands in the bahamas as rescuers try to reach communities still cut off after hurricane dorian the 2015 nuclear deal unravels further as iran says it can now increase its uranium enrichment to more than 20 percent. and the dutch museum braces itself for protests ahead of the launch of a controversial new exhibit. welcome to the program but world leaders are united in their praise for ukraine and russia after the 2 countries successfully carried out a prisoner exchange 70 people were swapped in a deal being hailed as the 1st step towards ending 5 years of conflict 2 planes carrying $35.00 prisoners from each side landed simle taney slee in the 2 capital cities and they were emotional scenes as they were reunited with their families
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that fastened reports from moscow. it's the 1st positive move in 5 years between ukraine and russia a filmmaker and a group of sailors landed at kiev airport in a long anticipated prison. the release of ukrainian filmmaker or like sense of who was jailed for 22 years is seen as a major concession by russia and president followed amusin lansky fulfilled his election promise to bring home 22 ukrainian sailors and 2 security service agents we have to do all the steps to finish this horrible war ever really. i think this is because. things are going right thank you very much thank you we'll leave you the sailors on board 3 ukrainian facets were captured here in the current strait 9 months ago after russian warships opened fire on them the kremlin says
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they illegally entered russian waters need a crimean peninsula which russian troops east and annexed from ukraine in 2014 since then the kremlin specter protist are at war with ukrainian government forces in eastern ukraine at least 10000 people have been killed since the fighting began 5 years ago ukraine's recently elected president followed me as alinsky says he wants to revive peace negotiations with russia he's been seeking support from european leaders recently and he's spoken to president vladimir putin by phone the president exchanged could be an important step towards further tentative talks this what is seen as a victory for both president putin and the lengthy a potential suspect and witness in the downing of the malaysian airlines jet over ukraine 5 years ago has also been released despite protests by the dutch government who had many of its citizens on the flight this not only suggest that selenski had to make concessions but also that russia will be
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a tough negotiating partner and future talks to end the fighting in eastern ukraine that fasten al-jazeera moscow or the swap came just a day before controversial elections in moscow where voters will elect their regional parliament along. of opposition candidates have been banned from running their barring has provoked weeks of protests in which hundreds of arrests have been made and a number of people have been jailed the opposition leader alexina valley is using voters to cast their ballots for the candidates with the best chance of beating the governing party although united russia candidates are presenting themselves as independent apparently to distance themselves from president putin is increasingly unpopular party. in the united russia is trying to hold on to power using the buttons of the via police were the only pillar of support that are free to allow candidates to run in the election let alone have a fair competition and we think the only way to make this election meaningful is to turn it into a sort of referendum on the government. search
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and rescue teams are trying to reach communities still by floodwaters and they bring to hurricane dory and hit the bahamas emergency aid is being rushed to the island nation is that the number of deaths there will rise significantly. so far thousands of people who lost everything in the storm are scrambling to leave the. rescue as expect bodies to be uncovered as flood waters recede following the category 5 storm the strongest ever. be really. what you see in the movies like those and the. clips you watch on you. just. has more now from freeport. we're in freeport grand bahama just outside of the
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airport as you can see behind me this is an aircraft that has been kind of delivered here by the storm surge from hurricane dorian again this was a category 5 hurricane wind gusts upwards of 350 kilometers per hour it wasn't just those strong winds that caused so much devastation in this part of the country was also that storm surge exactly where we are right now just next to the airport tarmac this will be a couple of days ago was under 2 meters of water now at the moment there is still a lot of concern over shortages of food shortages of water and shortages of medicine but we've heard from the world health organization that help and disaster relief is on its way and we've heard that somewhere around $8000000.00 tons of food supplies have arrived in nassau and are are and will be delivered to the island most affected in the northern part of the country the only difference by hama and the island of abaco just a couple days ago we were on abaco island at that arguably was the worst hit power lines still down trees snapped in half debris. bring the roadways but but but much
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of the island is now being cleared up mr in terms of roads there's access in terms of aircraft there's access but there are many of the people that are still there that are their number one priority is getting off of these islands getting out of the bahamas until a sense of normal normalcy returns. well sarah pico kirkby is a freeport resident who lost her house to hurrican dory and she says the island is still facing a humanitarian crisis right now we're working just to trying make sure that everybody who is placed and being said so i've got the world central kitchen there cooking behind me they're cooking meals for they re 1000 today and then royal caribbean cruise lines brought in 20000 meals and they were able to serve that day so we're here trying to make sure the logistics are happening and everything's going well and the island it's starting to get back to normal good news is the water system is coming back on slowly today it's done
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a phenomenal job of getting that back on and we're hoping to have power back i hope by monday they send out messages all the time the grandmama for 30 minutes. and letting us know what's going on what to expect so on the ground where people are working really hard people are staying very calm which i'm very impressed because it's a lot to deal with it's a bit overwhelming whereas it's still a humanitarian crisis the authorities in canada's eastern province of nova scotia a warning residents of a storm surge and heavy winds as dorian continues its slow journey north as a category 2 storm the local government will not order a mandatory evacuations but residents are being urged to prepare to evacuate if necessary. the powerful typhoon is hit south korea killing 3 people and injuring 10 others typhoon ling-ling made landfall in the south of the country damaging buildings and knocking out power to 120000 homes before barreling towards north
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korea state run t.v. there says the typhoon has now struck near the border that it shares with the south . iran says it now has the ability to enrich uranium to a much higher level in a further blow to the 2015 nuclear deal new equipment means they can take it to more than 20 percent which is way beyond the 3.67 percent limit that set in the deal a deal which the united states pulled out all the in may last year actually uranium is less than one percent of the isotope used for nuclear power shown here in red it's then concentrated using centrifuges which strip away the other wanted isotopes in grey nuclear power plants typically need a 3 to 5 percent concentration so iran could run some of them without breaching the deal beyond 20 percent it's called enriched uranium which how you reached uranium
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which can be used for medical and research purposes weapons grade uranium is rated at 90 percent or above but as you can see that's a fairly small extra step from 20 percent or so to buy reports from tehran on the latest technology technical and political developments. 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 development imposed by the deal 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 a friday in a tense nuclear facility is now capable of enriching uranium at
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a much faster speed since the united states withdrew from nuclear pact in 2013 and imposed a series of harsh stand. it's 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 upheld 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. . negotiation and do start to great with micron but also with the honor partners lead to somewhere the acting chief of the united nations nuclear watchdog well head to teheran on sunday for talks with the reigning foreign minister mohammad javad zarif iran has given britain france and germany another 60 days to see if they can
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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 pari al jazeera attack wrong well despite this latest move france says it's committed to getting iran to adhere to the nuclear deal again here's a defense minister florence part of me and her american counterpart said after they met in paris a little earlier new prove who. we can only confirm our goal which is to bring iran to fully respect the vienna deal and we will continue to push towards this or diplomatic efforts oriented towards this the president is personally involved in it so it must be pursued i'm not surprised that iran has announced that it's going to violate the j. c.p.o. a they have been by.


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