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jews iraq where ever you are. the growing up in the united states i learned that the first amendment is really key to being a good fit for freedom of the coldest point to be. men and women for the resources that are available what makes an al-jazeera story to me is that we just don't tell you what the subject of the story wants to know the government is not going to do the one thing the demonstrators want to apologize for that's what al-jazeera does we ask the questions so that we can get closer to the truth. i appealed to the leaders of myanmar including military leaders to condemn incitement to racial incident violence and the un calls that urgent action is new figures show of a half
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a million rangers have fled to bangladesh. on down jordan this is our jazeera live from doha also coming up. the students join a growing movement to catalonia is independence referendum. people in puerto rico devastated by hurricane say aid from the us isn't coming fast enough plus. i'm stuck reporting from an evacuation camp on the slopes of mount i'm going to wait for a possible eruption continues. we begin with the crisis surrounding the range of community and man miles rakhine state which the u.n. chief has described as the world's fastest developing refugee emergency. has warned if mean mascot meant does not act the violence could spread a half
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a million range and fled to bangladesh but some have not been so lucky diplomatic editor james vanes reports. they don't see men women and children fleeing bloodshed. and the torching of homes in myanmar they made it onto a boat taking them across the water to bangladesh only for the vessel to sink this tragedy the un security council was told a result of a massive flow of people over half a million in about a month the situation is spilled into the world's fastest developing refugee emergency and the humanitarian and human rights nightmare. the trumpet ministrations policy towards me and maher change sharply jury in this meeting with u.s. ambassador nikki haley demanding the prosecution of members of the meon ma military and the suspension of all arms sales to the country we cannot be afraid to call the
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actions of the burmese authorities what they appear to be a brutal sustained campaign to cleanse the country of an ethnic minority having heard those scathing comments on mars the national security adviser gave his response there is no ethnic cleansing and no genocide in. and nick cleansing and genocide are serious charges and they should not be used lately human rights groups have been critical of the security council they say slow response has failed dismally to keep up with the scale and speed of this crisis both in terms of the ongoing human rights abuses and the resulting humanitarian emergency this meeting and in particular ambassador haley's comments increase the pressure on me and ma but the council remains divided with some notably china
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suggesting quiet diplomacy may be the best way forward james pays out zero of the united nations well as a member him as a singer a fellow at the center for global policy he says as long as the un is not present in myanmar the government will continue to deny ethnic cleansing. well the u.n. security council actually passed a resolution of march of this year asking for a food un human rights commission inquiry and for investigators to go to me on maher and remember that was before this current crisis erupted and even back then they refused entry into myanmar. or so said that this will not be helpful and even as the foreign minister of the country she refused to give them visas so i'm not sure how much more they can actually push the myanmar authorities to investigators into the country when they have previously already to fuse them entry and in fact is my understanding that this morning alone that the myanmar authorities to date a few to to the u.n.
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to investigate the human race atrocities are going on there and it's very telling that i'm sunk suki herself said over a week ago in her big speech to the international community that she doesn't understand why that will hinge our leaving. state and she invited international partners to come and join with me on mar to investigate this and she said this at the same time whilst actually the fusing to the un and to the country and any of them to our visas so this is a lane that we will continue to push that is no ethnic cleansing that there is no general seyed despite the overwhelming evidence of villages borning which you can see from bangladesh and subtly imagery that we've been rates watch is obtained of hundreds of villages being dazed to the ground and no you have dead bodies washing up onto the shore so the evidence is overwhelming overwhelming but they will continue to push this lane. well ranger refugees in bangladesh have been telling stories of murder rape and villages being raised to the ground jonah hill reports in the border district of cox's bazaar. the government hospital in the town of
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copses bazaar is the next best thing to the clinics in the camps it receives some of the more seriously injured and sick including you arrivals in the last few days . it's hot it's filthy and it stinks. but for mohammad saleem and his family it is a haven from the horrors of their journey to bangladesh woken up at night by gunfire in the village they ran for their lives but two of the children were left behind that. i needed to do but the way it is when the shooting stopped i came out of the jungle and found my wife where my other children i did not know i have three children and i found my wife on the floor and the baby i saw that my wife had been shot three times in one leg and in the other a bullet went in one side and out the other. mohammed picked up his injured wife
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and baby and fled they don't know what's happened to the other children aged two and three so they knew that the way you know i felt like my world had changed for ever thinking about what i had left behind leaving my children behind i had left my own children behind did i feel like carrying on i didn't even feel like taking a single step forward. the couple believe they hope the children may have been picked up by fleeing relatives it feels like a forsaken place this hospital people on the floors on benches the rubble patients and there are beds more stories than we were able to tell. we also met her tune beaten by soldiers as she escaped me and with her children and grandchildren the old thing that i did. i left at three am so the buddhists wouldn't see me everyone was crossing the river they were shooting people and
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killing them everywhere there were dead bodies floating in the river. did she know i asked her why it was happening that i'm not even killing men children brothers not letting teaches or survive not leaving any rich people alive but just killing everyone to finish the job the job as the un has said is an organized campaign of ethnic cleansing jonah how al-jazeera bangladesh the british charity oxfam expects a million cases of cholera in yemen by november in the worst outbreak ever recorded oxfam says the conflict makes it hard to respond to the disaster more than half of yemen's hospitals and health centers were shut down or destroyed. russia and turkey have agreed to work more closely to end the conflict in syria the russian president vladimir putin has been in ankara for talks with the turkish leadership type one
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and russia have backed opposing sides in the conflict well now the two leaders have agreed to push for deescalation zones and syria's problems. what we're interested in is making sure that the terrorists are finally laid to rest and that we have a stable regime in syria these are principles and fundamental issues for russia and the region and indeed for the entire world what is absolutely fundamental is finding a long term political solution under the aegis of the united nations. and during their joint press conference turkey's president once again condemned the referendum and iraq's kurdish region which has voted for secession if. the region is becoming more and more fragile the referendum has no legitimacy in terms of international law unfortunately the regional government despite all the friendly warnings has made a huge mistake by holding this referendum as we have always mentioned they have no
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right to increase tensions in the region for their personal and regional interests and now to another contentious referendum over catalonian independence thousands of students joined protests in barcelona in support of efforts to form a separate state the spanish government says sunday's vote is illegal but it's going ahead anyway john hendren reports. each day a peaceful show of force growth. led by young in fiercely proud catalans in the street. police say sixteen thousand of them organizers say tens of thousands more. that's cool because you don't want to. know. by comparison this twenty secession rally mustered perhaps three dozen people. at a secret location days after the spanish army arrested catalan leaders and
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confiscated ten million ballot papers this video tweeted by catalan president carlos preached a month shows the resistance printing new balance he got better miska. but no matter how much they intimidate us no matter how many times they say that they will not give us the keys of the classrooms or the schools will be open and there is a generation of has been growing in our country and they add to the majority that we had in catalonia that they want to vote. at schools doubling as polling stations a showdown police have orders to close them students plan an occupation to keep them open stay there and. just to wait. for the moment the crowds are chanting these streets will always belong to us and while there are thousands of police all around barcelona right now they do. at barcelona's port firemen occupy catalonians history museum unfurling a pro independence banner where they have had
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a fight this have to go and vote as every citizen can do it as catalans plan their defiant vote the spanish government's marshaling its in forces national police and civil defense troops in riot gear ordered to stop the referendum. it. would be back to. the local police who until now have resisted reigning in the protests now role alongside national police in armored cars a cattle and horse under spanish control. with cattle lands determined to vote and the spanish government in madrid intent on stopping them the long tense standoff goes on broken john hendren al jazeera barcelona. let's also to come here and al-jazeera including why some cambodians are upset with the country's sure the bad spots. that's a country of
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a star new already has one of the internet's maestra ignites a bold brands but how do you replicate scott's success i'm more italians and keep watching to find out how this country is putting tech innovation. however it's no longer extremely hot in toronto and it's not quite as always it was in ottawa rather than the cold front is funny going through which means that nice bit of autumn warms you said goodbye to offshore maria's briefly a hurricane again but the warning is around the coast of the us north carolina had no disappeared the still swell there is nothing else to worry about now temperature wise a cold front going through we got fifty in toronto not twenty five and forty in ottawa not thirty's a huge change eventually that cold weather will hit the east coast it was already
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much colder in new york and washington the forecast and surprising little comes out of the sky just a bit of cloud further west it looks pretty dry anyway there are showers around some california and just over the border in new mexico and in mexico itself there did nothing to help that canyon fire but they are still there you will notice they probably reach just about in the west texas in the caribbean just a fair amount of cloud touching florida cuba jamaica that's a very obvious streak there and that would use some useful also as yet not particularly heavy rain and there are plenty shower still to come from both the wind with the leeward isles and as you can see a lot of green still representing rain in mexico. in the aftermath of civil war peace and reconciliation i remember seeing in the absence of justice. people in power on earth chilling testimonies of atrocities
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suggesting of storage have failed to conduct full and proper investigations that could help heal resentment inflicted by conflict. partial justice at this time on al jazeera. welcome back a quick reminder of the top stories here on al-jazeera u.n. secretary general antonio guterres says the range of crisis is the world's fastest developing refugee emergency more than a half a million or enjoy a fled to bangladesh since fighting began in myanmar's rakhine state last month.
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russia and turkey say they'll work more closely to end the conflict in syria the russian president vladimir putin has been holding talks in ankara turkey you know russian type. and catalan all thought he said they're working to make sure sunday's independence will be useful thousands of university students of march through barcelona to protest against spain's ban on vice. president donald trump has waived shipping restrictions to puerto rico to allow more aid to be sent to the island food and water supplies are running low three million islanders are still without power eight days after hurricane maria devastated the u.s. territory to raise about reports. this emergency center goes about forty kilometers away from the capital is about to run out of fuel it's been without electricity since hurricane matty hit to port authority call. and right now people's lives here depend on a generator. brought her grandmother here a few days ago. the hospital is helping us but they are worried because they
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have no water and they are running out of these all they have told us that we may have to go many of the hospitals in the area had to shut down and people were brought to the says have a hospital in home cos my detail says that so far they have not received any help. save. the generator hears all c.p.r. we are trying to keep it alive to keep their emergency area going if i don't have diesel people i have to shut down and i don't know where these people will go there is no water no food you know air conditioning no oxygen. what authority god is struggling to recover from a category four hurricane but for many help is not coming fast enough fuel is cars and so is drinking water the hurricane destroyed the island's electrical grid people here are desperate for drinking water they're using this stream to clean
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themselves all together some water to take back home to wash their clothes but they cannot drink it because they've been told it contaminated. has served in the u.s. military for over twenty years he says puerto rican are not being treated as u.s. citizens. although i've served the army and for what to be forced to drink water that has excrement the stream has human waste among other things i'm not a second class citizen i'm a third class citizen. what authority go is part of the u.s. territory but is not a state and many feel they are being discriminated the government says it has sent ships with aid and fuel u.s. president donald trump lifted what is known as the jones act that prevents falling vessels from bringing goods to the island. i understand the carriage in some cases is giving the appearance that we're not moving fast enough but what i will tell you is that we are mobilizing in marshalling the resources of the united states of
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america you know way that is absolutely. professional fast and adequate but there are those who cannot wait much longer fuel and water. to save their lives. and. thousands of people in haiti's capital port au prince have been protesting a tax hikes the recent rises of mint cigarettes and alcohol are now a lot more expensive the tax changes were revealed three weeks ago when the national budget increases come at a time when foreign aid to haiti is slowing u.s. defense secretary james mattis has made an unannounced visit to qatar he's held talks with the mayor and defense minister. bass home to around ten thousand u.s. troops u.s. president donald trump says he's willing to act as a mediator to resolve the dispute between qatar and its gulf neighbors which has lasted for months saudi arabia the united arab emirates egypt and bahrain of all cut off diplomatic and trade ties with they say cattle gives money to terrorist
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groups qatar strongly denies the accusations now the head of the un's nuclear watchdog has raised alarm over the pace of north korea's nuclear weapons program early this month pyongyang said it had test that a hydrogen bomb and followed a series of ballistic missile launches. we do not have the capacity to determine if it is our hydro bomb on not but it is the. tomorrow that ild is much bigger than the previous one it means that. north korea made a very rapid progress. combined with other elements this is the new thread and this is the global threat china says any north korean companies operating in the country will have to shut down by january the u.s. has been pressuring china to force people to give up its nuclear ambitions the chinese
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vice premier lujan dong is currently visiting the united states she's been meeting separately of state rex tillerson in washington should also meet president trump. well the one hundred thirty thousand people on the indonesian island of bali have been forced to leave their homes as fears grow of a rumbling volcano that could erupt at any time more than five hundred shelters have sprung up and many locals feel they might be needed for a long time thus reports. for the balinese mound is the center of their universe the highest mountain on the island is always in their prayers now they fear the sacred is angry many are fleeing from the mountain taking their most precious possessions but some refuse to leave why unchaining us ten years old when mt last erupted he was safe then and is convinced he will be now. if i move to a shelter who will stay at home who take care of my animals but what about my
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livelihood especially if it takes three to four months. other farmers have moved themselves and their cattle to safer ground this village has temporarily adopted more than seventy couse anomaly had. when we received evacuees in our village they looked very sad especially the old people it reminded me of my late father for these old people the cows other soul and more than one hundred thousand people and the animals have now moved to safer ground and uncertain wait continues nobody can predict if and when will erupt and some are wondering how long the authorities will be able to prevent evacuees from going back home. people now living in these temporary shelters don't know how long they will have to stay authorities are trying to keep them healthy and busy. and if this will continue for a long time we will ask evacuees to cook their own food also we want them to start making a living again even if they live in temporary shelters we will provide
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a place and equipment if needed in the nation as more volcanoes than any other country in the world eruptions have forced many from their homes sometimes for years the balinese pray their ordeal will be over much sooner step fasten al-jazeera. people in cambodia claim sugar barons are grabbing their land a government group is working to resolve longstanding accusations of exploitation it's collecting evidence from three provinces and will end its investigation next week rob mcbride has travelled to kokang that's near the cambodian coast where many say they've been waiting years for justice. this was the route saying lim would take to her fields every day life back then with three hectares to farm was good for her and her family then one day this happened a ditch blocking her way she says her land had been grabbed by
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a powerful sugarcane farmer for years she and her family have survived on two dollars a day making charcoal. you can see how broken down my house now manned up and i haven't been able to send the children to school it's ten years we've been like this it's so so difficult. at least they kept their homes people told us a neighboring village was moved completely at gunpoint. decades of civil war and the mass relocations around the countryside by the camaro i mean there are numerous unresolved land issues the cambodian government started making large scale land concessions with the stated aim of helping development in rural areas but in a country afflicted by corruption it's alleged there's been wide scale abuse by tycoons using their connections with the ruling party to get concessions or simply
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grabbing land by force. according to local n.g.o.s this is a long overdue attempt by the government to right previous wrongs. and yes they are thorough it is understand about human rights they would study about the impact on the people in making their land concessions and they would leave villages land alone. sudden government interest it seems could be political with an election next year the ruling party nearly lost the last election and its popularity in the countryside has been falling i think this is a very strong signal the only party that they must looking for a way to deal with if not. every page can read the bill you might be forgiven for your. fears are growing about how fair that election will be but these people are hoping the governments need to win their votes will win them some long
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awaited justice. bride al jazeera kokang province cambodia now this week us training announced it will join the ranks of nations with their own space agency the state of south australia has the highest number of space startups in the country it is also playing host to the international astronautical congress reports where in a trendy neighborhood of suburban adelaide in south australia and just through this garage door is a start up working on something that you might not expect and that's rocket science this is newman space he has these vacuum chambers that replicate space conditions and it's working on ways to convert space junk and other metals into rocket fields and he hopes to one day missions to mars. getting people back from mars getting samples back from mars is difficult and challenging because you need a lot of fuel to get to mars and about the same amount of fuel to get back from mars so if you need to take the fuel with you to come back the first vehicle has to
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be huge it's really really really expensive if you can make the fuel there then you can take a much smaller vehicle refuel on mars and then come home and human space plans to test their technology on a mission to the international space station in two years' time if it's successful it stands to benefit from an industry worth three hundred thirty billion dollars globally now if you're going to have a digital discussion well better than the birthplace of skype european union leaders are meeting in a stony on friday and it's light is some of them will be talking tech really challenge reports on how to stony became one of the world's most network nations. coding kids these are stony and children haven't started high school yet but already they're programming robots you can really like. teach people. it's really love to learn.
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but. the aim is to create a generation with a smarter relationship with technology digital skills for everyone and if all goes well someday one of those kids might be able to build another skype this is easily estonia's biggest tech success story the company to make video and voice calls over the internet and was bought by microsoft in two thousand and eleven for eight point five billion dollars startup entrepreneurship is a natural fit for a country that spent the past two decades turning itself into one of the most advanced digital societies in the world we're going to say that that's a really big influence there because one is that functioned for the boot camp then it just created a bunch of wealthy people who could invest finally i think it's because as soon as paul and people know each other people went like oh i went to high school with this
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case if they can do it so can i. jaan is now an investor in new estonian startups here i'm trying to learn spanish like a language learning linguist i asked its chief operating officer whether being a stone in makes young companies here think differently. so. domestic market doesn't. mean what. you need to. start up culture and overcoming the country's diminutive size also inspired the estonian government's a residency program costing one hundred or so dollars and a residency invites business people from anywhere in the world to remotely create a company here and gain access to the country's streamlined digital infrastructure it doesn't bring in much money but it does foster the network's estonia values you need to have a texas birth on a go expression to have a virtual office and if you need this kind of services will put you in touch with.
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companies with. a snowball effect and a lot of is some companies benefit from the services they provide. estonia believes countries will one day compete for residence based on the quality of their digital services and business environments if that prediction is correct estonia already has a significant lead. the iconic i thought tara in paris is celebrating its three hundred million visitors since it opened in hundred thirty years ago the first floor has been turned into a nightclub with a light and sound show every half hour seven million people visit. every. top stories here not just the u.n. secretary general antonio get better says the crisis is the world's fastest
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developing refugee emergency more than half a million range fled to bangladesh since fighting the gun in myanmar's rakhine state last month tanveer child result cox's bazar on bangladesh's border with me and. fourteen people drowned because they evening a boat carrying a hundred and twenty are going there every day of trying to cross into bangladesh in a stormy weather. saying that at least fifty people are missing nineteen where rescue is we don't know the situation on the ground but the rescue effort is still on this has been an ongoing effort by running the refugees trying to cross into bangor this by overloaded boat in a stormy weather risking their lives obviously talking to the refugees we found out that crackdown by the military in the region hasn't stopped which is why they're trying to escape into bangladesh and numbers the pace and the number of refugees crossing has that has reduced but by far not and that russia and turkey have agreed to work more closely to try and end the end the conflict in syria russian president
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vladimir putin has been holding talks in ankara with turkey's leader type of one u.s. defense secretary james mattis has made an unannounced visit to castle he's held talks with the mayor and defense minister. base it's home to around ten thousand u.s. troops the visit by matches comes after u.s. president donald trump said he's willing to act as a mediator to resolve the dispute between katanas gulf neighbors which has been going on now for months the british charity oxfam expects a million cases of cholera in yemen by november and the worst outbreak ever recorded oxfam says the conflict makes it hard to respond to the disaster more than half of yemen's hospitals and health centers were shut down or destroyed catherine authorities say they want to make sure sunday's independence referendum is peaceful thousands of university students have been marching through barcelona to protest at spain's ban on the violent china says any north korean companies operating in the country would have to shut down by january the u.s. has been pressuring china to use its leverage to force them to give up its nuclear
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ambitions chinese vice premier new young dung is currently visiting the united states. well those are the headlights the news continues here on al-jazeera after people in past age and that's what. we understand the differences. and the similarities of cultures across the world so no matter how you take it al-jazeera will bring in the news and current events that matter to you how does iraq. six years ago during and after a bitterly contested election savagest the right tool for a coke to a former president his own soaring to the international criminal court for those
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events but other crimes have not been investigated and other perpetrators.


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