c. is high level week on an issue he says is even more important climate the sets of each of these conflicts is to a certain extent localized and climate change became a global set for humankind and the global set for the planet and scenes are evolving in such a way that climate change became an excellent set of conflict with tension growing between the u.s. saudi arabia and iran the situation in the gulf will be high on the agenda and one of the un's most experienced diplomats told me with so many key players in the same place at the same time there could be important developments and things can move very fast and it would be foolish to rule something out on grounds of ideology when as you say you've got all these world leaders and foreign ministers together it does mean that we actions can be very swift and initiatives can be taken privately without having to have the full perplexity of a leader fly in or go somewhere every year the general assembly week gets busier
and busier today the count is 90 once heads of state 6 vice presidents 45 heads of government 5 deputy prime ministers the number of meetings requested is now climb to 630 this part of the u.n. the visitors lobby is normally open to the public to join the high level week it's one of the most secure places on earth all around the u.n. temporary rooms are being set up these are what are known as bilateral booth so you can see the leather chairs the table there's room here for 2 or more delegations to meet a short notice if necessary in some privacy. organizing this event is a mammoth operation insiders have told me just getting the motorcades of presidents prime ministers and foreign ministers here so they can speak back to back on the podium is an operation akin to a traffic control jamesburg days out 0 of the united nations. the weather's next
and then still ahead a break from the past israel's main arab parties back former military chief benny gantz the prime minister to keep him in that's now out of power also surrounded by conflict and poverty internally displaced people in myanmar time to drugs. hello the rains pep talk again in cambodia and central and southern thailand the whole system is drifting further south and there are now huge gaps do you see so the rain has ceased on this satellite picture doesn't mean it won't return there could well be further thunderstorms and sudden vietnam cambodia or thailand but the thrust isn't there and even in the philippines used was hard to see anything is new much as the potential into the storms is realized down here in born here in sumatra
singapore and it's drifting down towards the on the java those don't making much progress in the next day or so but it's generally looking much drier than any time in the last 2 or 3 months there how we have an active cold front goes through australia once again and she's probably seen a dramatic pictures of those a sandstorm over snow it's not quite and that's on the tasman sea so the picture of the land is not very warm on thursday melbourne $970.00 but the sun is out a few showers likely in the red interior warmer in perth but the clouds piccy appear the temps would tend to fade away and it's not hugely better come wednesday still chilly ready for spring so the towns won't see it's very active and all that cloud ready is heading towards 1st of all the north on the new zealand and then possibly the south island as well.
blind cancer. experience the world is like never before cancer and ways places to get. welcome back you're watching al jazeera live from doha a recap of our top stories at least 40 civilians have been killed in afghanistan in what speed leave to be in and as try the attack happened in helmand province they
all reports that a wedding party was. he wants president hassan rouhani says he will reveal full details about his goal of security proposal at the u.n. general assembly in new york tensions are high in the region after a series of attacks most recently have drawn and missile strike on saudi oil facilities and 7 children have been killed in kenya after their school building collapsed more than 60 other students are in hospital rescue workers are searching for several children who are trapped under the rubble. now from flooding is startling to cause food shortages in northwestern nigeria where cops have been destroyed dozens of people have been killed and thousands of homes washed away. from oil. this lush green rice paddy has provided livelihood for generations of farmers but recently that watched helplessly as floods transformed their farm lines into new fishing grounds those who cannot cope are forced to
leave. what only course trying to salvage what he can of his militants will go at least for the next meal the rest he says is lost. my village is spared by design footing disaster he said the 2nd city of year we are experiencing these have already lost 10 farms we've rice beans groundnuts and so. its loss is echoed in villages lining nigeria's coast and river valleys the areas that account for 80 percent of the country's culture production. nigerians have been want to expect more flooding nationwide raising fears of possible for shortages as crops are washed away the country was recently listed among 41 countries that require food aid partly because of so their weather conditions and
because the government has banned food importation through its 9 borders many families may struggle to feed themselves. the governor of the state says the state government is struggling to help over 100000 people 70000 have. gone. and this is also similar figures but what is interesting this year for us is the new places that have not been traditionally under-floor did i what we call only do now is to support those people that have laws that towns to to put them in the shelters and try to see how we can feed them but. after every day farmland that is a lot of the cross that we have lost and the houses that were lost we don't have that clearance to go to help people. for many years the annual rainfall in this region is 800 millimeters but people have seen the level exceeding 1000
millimeters in the past few years in another part we have so much of this flood you're in the rainy season and farmers cannot cultivate in the dry season we are getting so much of dryness and from the southern part we also have so much of flood . the floods and droughts are partly to blame for fighting between farmers and cattle herders hundreds have been killed in the region in the battle for land and water. but for fisherman these are good times. with village streets and roads becoming new fishing ground even temporarily there is a catch to permit. comedy grease al-jazeera oh you know j.d. . interior ministers from 4 european countries are trying to agree on a common approach to handling refugees and migrants from north africa and the middle east they're meeting in malta which along with it to me says it's shouldering too much of the burden both have turned away charity vessels
representatives from italy germany and france are being joined by e.u. presidency holder finland and the commissioner for migration sonia gago reports. after drifting through the mediterranean for days these men women and children have finally arrived in malta they are part of a larger group of 265 people who were rescued from 3 separate boats in distress only 36 of them were allowed to dock on the island the others still remain at sea on a rescue vessel waiting for their protest journey to come to an end this is the reality for those who set off from libya in the hope of seeking refuge in europe. little guarantee that they will survive the journey let alone gain asylum there is the issue a search and rescue vessels where we've seen increased criminalised stopping and
holding vessels out of state denying access to. this obviously has a negative effect on the asylum seekers that are on the vessels malta and italy are on the front line of europe's migration crisis and they share the same complaint they say they have not received adequate support from the european union to deal with a number of people who have for years been arriving on their shores the conditions that cause them to flee war poverty and hunger remain largely unaddressed and there is little sign that conditions will improve and in a seemingly never ending saga of human misery it is the people smuggling networks that are profited charging vulnerable people of dollars for a dangerous passage to europe meanwhile european governments wary of their own immigration movements are reluctant to be seen her aging asylum seekers and so the
dilemma continues the e.u. has given millions of dollars to libya's tripoli based government to intercept vessels leaving the coast but with little effect. with more than 50000 people arriving in europe by boat so far this year the maltese also say that there needs to be a different approach to this humanitarian emergency. but some member states which are ghosts of asylum seekers but of course being these agreements. of. all the member states the dream of a better life certainly encouraged many more to make the perilous journey and unless the people smuggling networks who pray in them are seriously tackled they will continue to be left vulnerable. al-jazeera baltar.
after days of anti-government protests in egypt calling for president abdel fattah el-sisi to resign a counter-rally has been held in suez sisi supporters gathered on the streets of the cold sore city on sunday rival protests have been held across the country since friday $365.00 people including journalists and a human rights lawyer have reportedly been arrested is use media authority the state information service has warned journalists monitoring coverage of the protests to ensure they abide by what it calls professional codes al-jazeera is banned from reporting inside egypt. israel has entered its 2nd day of consultations on forming a new government after last week's stalemate election the main arab parties known as the joint threw their support behind ex military chief benny gantz in a bid to our spending and that's now the move breaks a 27 year long policy of not backing any candidate president groovin rivlin continues talks with parties today before inviting one of the 2 rivals to form
a government also it has more from jerusalem. well the head of the joint list the mainly palestinian israeli grouping of parties says that they have made history here at the israeli president's residence here in west jerusalem this sunday just days after his reelection by recommending a candidate for the prime minister of israel they say they're recommending benny gantz to be that prime minister it's the 1st time since 1992 that such a grouping has made such a recommendation and i'm annoyed i said it was after years of being diligent to my eyes by the administration of benjamin netanyahu that they had to take part they had to act to end that era but let's assume long enough with the we usually do not endorse israeli prime minister is so without doubt there is an historical side to what we are doing now we want to put an end to the era of benjamin netanyahu therefore will endorse spinny gantz to form the next government a minute it also made it clear that this wasn't just about removing benjamin
netanyahu is also a reflection of a shift in opinion among palestinian israelis polls show a real appetite for greater engagement in israeli politics more results from their politicians on things such as crime social policy economics and he said in terms of trying to repeal the nation state more which made palestinian israelis into 2nd class citizens in this country as for the reaction from the other parties well could its delegation here said that no israeli government should rely on and honest arab parties to try to confer legitimacy on it and the blue and white delegation it's had said that it would sit in coalition unity government but only with zionist parties so explicitly ruling out the joint list the other big question though remains how and whether there will be that unity government between blue and white on one side and likud on the other ballooning presence of benjamin netanyahu appears to remain the stumbling block to that happening much now depends on the
actions of president rivlin himself. there'll be a 2nd round of meetings like this on monday after which at some stage over the course of the next week or so he will have to decide to whom you gave the 1st opportunity to form a coalition government if that fails then it may well go to a 2nd attempt even a 3rd and then the thing looming behind all of it the president says he wants to avoid at all costs of election al-jazeera has uncovered evidence that appears to show source channel bain's forces being pirated by saudi arabian companies the channel is allegedly being illegally rebroadcast on saudi channel b. out q prosecutors say 2 companies in riyadh have suspicious financial ties to arab side the middle east says satellite operator 3 bins force employees are accused of spying for egypt and saudi arabia. in the mountainous region of myanmar scott chain states 8 years of displacement and conflict have left many civilians distressed and
poverty stricken a fragile ceasefire underlies the ongoing instability their stress and depression have led some to turn to drugs or birdman b. has a story. along with china tens of thousands of people live in displacement camps distressed and poverty stricken many find solace in the cheapest and most readily available drug heroin. has been on and off the drug for years when conflict flared 80 years ago her mother fled china and left pan alone with no money yet are. i became a drug addict because of me actually i have quit once before a long time ago but i came back to use drugs again it's all because of me my heart's not strong to say no to drugs. pan is recovering apologists and
rehabilitation center run by the catch an independent organization near the capital . women a some of the most vulnerable as there are not enough jobs for them and prostitution is rife. but drug users come from all walks of life during the initial dry out days some wear these chains to prevent them from running away. and we lived in the i.d.p. camp near china's border and there are many drug dealers and users there and we hear people in the i.d.p. camps are addicted to drugs we investigate and find out who is using a. suspected uses and camps are asked to provide here in tests to show if they're using drugs if they fail they're forced to come into the center. many fear going back home where it's a dollar a hit heroin is not only affordable but it's difficult to escape.
every house and every village is selling the drugs buy sell on the streets and alleyways people are selling drugs because of the conflict the conflict began in 1962 when the military took control of the region a cease fire was broken 8 years ago when forces and the caption independence army fought for control with talks stalled the uncertainty over who will control the state in the future which could continue to have consequences for the many vulnerable people living here. about among the al-jazeera. hello again i'm fully back to bill with the headlines on al-jazeera at least 40 civilians have been killed in afghanistan in what's believed to have been an asse strike the attack took place in helmand province they are reports that
a wedding party was hit on say 36000000000 to are killed by a u.s. drone strike in kenya 7 school children have been killed after their school building collapsed more than 60 other students are in hospital rescue workers are searching for several children who were trapped under the rubble iran's president hassan rouhani is heading to the un general assembly where he says he will reveal full details about his golf security proposal tensions are high in the region after a series of attacks most recently a drone and missile strike on saudi aramco oil facilities saudi arabia and the u.s. say iran is to blame and american reinforcements are being deployed. to muscly man regarding the issues in the region they are exaggerating what has happened to iran because what is the reason the reason is that americans want to keep control of the whole region now they say they want to bring pitcher of different systems into the region it's clear they want to keep control of saudi arabia's oil that
comes from the eastern part of this conflict is not about us it is about the american competition with chinese and others they are taking advantage of this opportunity yemen so the rebels say saudi led coalition air strike has killed 5 members of one family who feel the syrian t.v. says the air strikes hit a mosque in the province of i'm ron 2 children from the same family are missing. the world's oldest travel company thomas coke has gone out of business leaving tens of thousands stranded they are 600000 people currently on holiday worldwide with the company all thomas cook friends have been grounded and 20000 jobs are at risk israel has entered its 2nd day of consultations on forming a new government after last week's stalemate election the main arab parties known as the joint lists through their support behind ex military chief benny gantz in a bid to spend immunity our malls breaks a 27 year long policy of not backing any candidate president groovin rivlin
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the next 60 minutes. a school collapses in kenya's capital 7 children are killed more if it buried in the rubble. hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers around the globe are stranded as the world's oldest travel company goes out of business. bone become the 1st african country to be paid to protect its forests in a landmark deal with no way. out in small world go up against george on day 4 of the rugby world cup in japan and racism stops play in italian football as syria deals with yet another incident of abuse during a match prompting the referee to suspend the guard. but 1st breaking news coming from afghanistan where within the last hour or so we've been getting reports of a round about 40 people having been killed in what's the 2 have been and strike
this has happened in southern the southern province of helmand and many of the dead are reported to have been attending a wedding let's go live to our correspondent in the capital kabul rob mcbride rubble well do we know about this incident. that's right marty details have been coming through as you mentioned there in the last couple of hours or so but this happened do we know last night sunday evening in the massive color districts deep in helmand province this is known messick allah to be a taliban stronghold helmand is in the south of afghanistan we know from a statement by the afghanistan's ministry of defense that this was a combined night operation of ground forces also incorporating an airstrike it seems they are claiming that 22 fighters most of the most of them apparently foreign fighters were killed in this attack a further 14 were arrested and that they seized and destroyed
a large cache of taliban weapons now the minister of defense statement also says they are investigating claims that civilians have were also caught up in this we know from the governor's office they have confirmed that civilians were also affected and caught up in this attack and we are hearing from some provincial council is just about the extent of this now this is where we have conflicting reports some reports talk about a wedding party also being caught up and targeted with a number of people at this wedding party including women and children being killed some reports put the number of civilians killed at around 14 but we are getting other accounts putting the death toll at something like 35 to 40 whatever the case it does seem to be a large a substantial loss of civilian life marty all right thank you for that the very latest from the rubble right in kabul. the iranian president hassan rouhani is on his way to the u.n.
general assembly in new york where he says he will reveal full details of his goal security proposal tensions a simmering after a series of attacks most recently a drone and missile strike on saudi oil facilities saudi arabia and the usa iran is to blame and u.s. reinforcements are being sent to saudi arabia iran denies being involved and has denounced the presence of more foreign troops in the region. muscly. regarding the issues in the region they are exaggerating what has happened to iran cause what is the reason for that the reason is that americans want to keep control of the whole region now they say they want to bring patriot defense systems into the region it's clear they want to keep control of saudi arabia's oil that comes from the eastern part of this conflict is not about us it is about the american competition with chinese and others that are taking advantage of this opportunity. yemen's who the fighters say a saudi led coalition air strikes killed 5 members of one family who fear and
maziar a t.v. say that a mosque in the province of was hit 2 children from the same family a missing saudi arabia may take several months to get their damage over cilla's is back online that's according to a report by the wall street journal it contradicts promises by saudi oil executives of a speedy recovery taking no more than 10 weeks or c.e.o. has sought to reassure the markets in a letter published on saudi national day saying the company is stronger than ever the kingdoms largest oil processing plants are being crippled by hoofy rebel strikes. well out is there is a summer binge of aid is here with me and a summer you know very well the intricacies of the strategic importance of course of a ram to the saudi to the whole country actually but we're getting competing narratives on the one hand the saudis are trying to say that by the end of the month
production will be back up to full scale but it seems that there is another narrative coming out as well absolutely martin it's quite contradictory to what the saudi p.r. machine has been telling shorting the market that they're going to be back in production nothing's going to change and they'll be back stronger than ever but according to market analysts who we've been speaking to and various other news outlets have been speaking to and contractors that the wall street journal has been speaking to they say the these screens might not entirely be true so there's a here here there is a big difference of bringing back production online and bringing back their processing this is a plant in a cake which used to go through 7000000 barrels a day the largest in the world largest in the world facility of its kind and that has been crippled by these strikes so what this means is that the saudi arabian oil production might be able to go through closer to what they are now do do achieve in trying to achieve 1xw1xw barrels by the end of september and 12 1000000 barrels
hopefully by the end of november and this this is something that they may be able to achieve which is production processing on the other hand is completely different you are seeing a knock on effects on saudi contracts in india in china and over the weekend in japan as well where the grade of craft was supposed to be delivered is not being delivered because the c.e.o. of a ram in the article has been published today on saudi national day speaks of not a single shipment of our to our international customers having been missed or cancelled as a result of the attacks which is entirely true it hasn't been missed or cancelled they have been delayed and the greed of oil has been changed so what happened if you seen these pictures that you. on your screen the facilities that you're seeing that have been destabilisation tower for instance we were a few weeks ago we were in iraq looking at how a stabilization tower is taking a few lawyers to establish the plan takes a lot of time to stop bush now these contractors according to various reports are having to scramble for parts they're having to make parts on order to fit to the
damage that has been cost of these facilities and it is not going to be easy or simple and it is going to have a knock on effect on the output saudi contracts to various. where people where they were delivering these contracts to as well as the i.p.o. that was planned one can understand that the reason why the saudi authorities really want to talk up their ability to recover from these attacks largely because they want to satisfy the market market confidence of today and tomorrow but also for the. perspective. of part of a ramp which of course is is based upon confidence in their ability to keep producing no absolutely because this is being labeled as the world's largest i.p.o. 2 trillion dollars is an amount that nobody has ever seen before for a company which is larger than the 3 biggest companies combined so in order for them to achieve part of that they will have to not just reassure the markets internationally but they'll have to reassure the people locally as well so what
we're hearing from around and market sources is that saudi aramco is going to go ahead probably later this year or early next year in a local market where only local saudi investors will be putting their money into it and they won't be going internationally with it in order for them to be able to achieve that they need to tell people that they are back in business nothing is changed which might not entirely be true as i've enjoyed a thank you for that. well israel's entered its 2nd day of consultations on forming a new government after last week's stalemate election the main palestinian israeli party is known as the joint listserv now throwing their support behind the ex military chief benny gantz in a bid to oust benjamin netanyahu this is a move that breaks the 27 year long policy of not backing any candidate israeli president ruben rivlin continues all 3 parties today before inviting one of the 2 rivals to form a government are
a force that has the latest from west jerusalem well the head of the joint list the mainly palestinian israeli grouping of parties says that they have made history here at the israeli president's residence here in west jerusalem this sunday just days after his reelection by recommending a candidate for the prime minister of israel they say they're recommending benny gantz to be that prime minister it's the 1st time since 1992 that such a grouping has made such a recommendation and i'm annoyed i said it was after years of being diligent to my eyes by the administration of benjamin netanyahu that they had to take part they had to act to end that era but let us along with the we usually do not endorse israeli prime ministers so without doubt there is an historical side to what we are doing now we want to put an end to the era of benjamin netanyahu therefore will endorse spinny gantz to form the next government a minute it also made it clear that this wasn't just about removing benjamin
netanyahu is also a reflection of a shift in opinion among palestinian israelis polls show a real appetite for greater engagement in israeli politics more results from their politicians on things such as crime social policy economics and he said in terms of trying to repeal the nation state law which made palestinian israelis into 2nd class citizens in this country as for the reaction from the other parties well could its delegation here said that no israeli. government should rely on auntie's honest arab parties to try to confer legitimacy on it and the blue and white delegation it's had said that it would sit in coalition unity government but only with the zionist party so explicitly ruling out the joint list the other big question though remains how and whether there will be that unity government between blue and white on one side and likud on the other ballooning presence of benjamin netanyahu appears to remain the stumbling block to that happening much now depends
on the actions of president rivlin himself there'll be a 2nd round of meetings like this on monday after which at some stage over the course of the next week or so he will have to decide to whom he will give the 1st opportunity to form a coalition government if that fails then it may well go to a 2nd attempt perhaps even a 3rd and then the thing looming behind all of it that president rivlin says he wants to avoid at all costs a 3rd election there's more to come on this al-jazeera news hour including the desperate journeys that are dividing europe nations allusion to the mediterranean migrant crisis and why some democrats are arguing that donald trump's alleged actions against joe biden could make a strong case for him beats me. that champion feeling the indy car season ends in california run home will have the.