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for more information go to the world dot com. new yorkers are very receptive. because it is such an international city they are very interested in that global perspective to see our lives. and then voice in yemen lands in the capital for talks with the rebels while airstrikes by the sound coalition intensifying. from joe when i'm come on santa maria this is the world news from al-jazeera a storm surge brings huge waves into hong kong as the city is forced into shutdown by typhoon monklands. and at least fifty three people are dead in the philippines after the typhoon wrecked homes and cuts off towns. malaysia's attempting to revive
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a language spoken fluently by only three thousand people. the u.n. envoy to yemen has landed in the capital sana'a to meet with the hope the rebel leadership martin griffiths is flowing there after last week's talks in geneva failed before they even began if it's held three days of meetings with a yemeni government delegation but the hoodies didn't show up the rebels have accused the saudi led coalition of blocking them from traveling to the peace talks griffith's arrives now as a new wave of airstrikes have been launched targeting a key highway in a data province under simmons with more from. anyone trying to bring peace to yemen may not need reminding of what's at stake nevertheless those without a voice of influence are crying out loud now for him. you know had one hundred
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sixty kilometers from her data they tried to keep babies alive malnutrition could potentially soon be the biggest killer in this conflict nearby families are eating wild vine leaves to survive. or not we cook tree leaves we have no nutrition we will die here we have no one but god. personally i don't you believe but since my salary has been cut it's only mean mean for my children even though it is causing in each of us in drowsiness but what can we do. in her data the fighting has taken another quantum leap as saudi led coalition forces and government troops on the ground continue their campaign to cut all supply lines from the red sea port the saudis are accusing who the fighters of opening fire on grain silos in order to claim it was the coalition that's responsible whoever did watch the un pressure to stop the fighting has never been
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greater the un special envoy martin griffiths is now in the capital center for talks with the who the leadership what may help him is a memorandum of understanding signed by the un which gives safe passage by for injured who's these needing medical treatment it's reported they'll go to cairo in egypt but is this enough to get dialogue going even though the number of civilian deaths is still rising there is a coalition diplomatic initiative trying to convince the u.n. that her data has to be taken for the huth is to be pressurized to talk of peace this conflict is now a lethal mix a very in motivations for diplomacy fighting and suffering no one would predict the outcome andrew symonds al-jazeera djibouti. on to other news more than two million people in england on province have been moved from their homes as typhoon monkhood
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begins to hit about fifty thousand fishing boats have also been recalled to port many people heading to the supermarkets to stock up on groceries as well as the storm passes winds up to one hundred sixty kilometers an hour and to rental rain are forecast to last throughout sunday night and already at least two people have died earlier the storm pushed huge waves into hong kong and brought the city to a standstill the territory was put on the highest alert level for only the fourth time in twenty years as winds blew down cranes and shattered windows in the high rise buildings sarah clarke has our report. the eye of the typhoon hurtle towards hong kong bringing with it down force winds of up to two hundred kilometers an hour roofs were blown off and windows in some high rise buildings were blown out trees were sent flying this crime was ripped from the building and collapsed this is amazing never seen the like this it's it's eerie to see nobody walking around roads were closed and businesses locked up hundreds of people were evacuated from
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their homes in low lying areas with nine hundred flights were canceled interrupting travel plans for thousands of passengers most people bunkered down and. some of those who braved the with was swept off their feet the city was paralyzed and forced into lockdown the worst storm in hong kong for more than a decade. home is prone to still events and things but this one has caught many by surprise the strength of the winds history could shoot swells across the harbor into areas in the central parts of the city. these waterfront hotels were flooded as wives pounded the coastline the only movement on the harbor was this ship adrift all schools will be closed on monday the typhoon is now headed towards mainland china the province directly in its path. al-jazeera hong kong. before it hit southern china typhoon monk left a trail of destruction in the northern philippines at least fifty three people
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killed and authorities are expecting that death toll to rise still missing thirty gold miners as well believed to be trapped under a landslide in a province that is which is. to witness for ourselves the strength and scale of devastation into the end province north this is the town. where hundreds of civilians were evacuated from their homes days before the typhoon hit landfall. learned the ian and her eighty three year old grandmother passed left their house of forty eight hours before the storm struck they survived but now they're afraid to go home. to be poor is to stouffer we're just corn farmers and now we have lost our home to we have to borrow from creditors now just so we can start over. farmlands and now submerged in flood waters schools used as
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evacuation centers are also damaged. we drove further to reach the town of get around this is what's left of cornfields here a few hours of a typhoon took a year of their earnings a painful for farmers here super typhoon monk a battered much of northern luzon leaving a trail of and destruction. across began power and communication lines have been destroyed leaving many farming communities isolated after several hours we reached the town. he took two years for jason and linda lena and to build just the frame of their home but it's all gone in an instant and. it hurts to see this because just to recover what we lost we have to make painful sacrifices again indigenous comanches like this one have been living in abject poverty for
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generations and they are held back even further by natural disasters that is because the government assistance they need to start over is barely enough farming is their livelihood now they don't know how the can survive their story is one that's repeated a hundred times and more the damage into the province is extensive. what we've just seen so far is just a fraction of the devastation by has caused the full extent will become known in the coming days. jim duggan al jazeera could then province northern philippines. the governor of the u.s. state of north carolina is warning tropical depression florence has never been more dangerous than it is right now the storm made landfall in north carolina on friday but it's now stalled over the region with flooding getting worse every hour fourteen people have died hundreds of thousands are without power with tens of
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thousands of homes believed to be damaged dozens of people have also had to be rescued by helicopter kristen salumi has the latest from fayetteville in north carolina. after two days of pounding rain and with more rain in the forecast local authorities have ordered the mandatory evacuation of residents who live within one mile of the cape fear river and the little river which is also in the area and expected to flood exceeding levels from past hurricanes record setting rainfall in much of the state already has happened and officials are warning residents not to be complacent shelters have been open more than one hundred fifty of them across the state some twenty thousand residents have taken advantage of that so far and rescue officials say they will not be able to help people who do not heed those warnings and leave their homes roadways also very dangerous at this time some major highways have been flooded making it difficult for emergency vehicles and anyone trying to get around officials are warning that the worst is yet to come. the
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palestinian activists to head to me as attended a political event in france after previously being banned from traveling abroad by the israeli government israel it's stopped the seventeen year old from flying earlier this month to europe to talk about her experience in jail and about the palestinian resistance movement i mean he was freed in july after eight months in prison for slapping an israeli soldier. and the man in the tone when you're a seventeen year old palestinian you suffer every day promise israeli occupation of palestinian children get a wristed on a daily basis a checkpoint they have a hard time going to school because of all those security checks they risk their lives on their way to school. youth activists and journalists have been protesting in yang gone demanding the release of two reuters journalists i i i i i and there. were. was sentenced to seven years in prison earlier this month
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they were arrested last year while investigating the murder of revenge of muslims in the kind state last week me and. said they were not detained because they journalists but because they dependently broken official secrets laws scuffles or broken up between police and protesters demonstrating against planned pension reforms in russia three people were detained during the rally in st petersburg the latest protest against the changes that have dented president vladimir putin's approval rating he wants to lift the retirement age from sixty to sixty five for men from fifty five to sixty for women. presidents preparing for the first summit with north korean kim jong un since his singapore meeting with donald trump wednesday and will be accompanied to pyongyang by the c.e.o.'s of the leading south korean companies moon is looking for closer economic ties with north korea despite sanctions over its nuclear program bride has more. the big question of
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course is north korea's denuclearization commitment but south korean officials remain convinced about north korea's sincerity with officials saying only last week that kim jong un accepts the fact he will have to carry out this denuclearization during president donald trump's first term in office which presumably means within the next two years that does seem to be a very tall order given the extent of north korea's missile and nuclear programs but then this whole dialogue back and forth has seen many twists and turns so nobody i think can rule out what the coming week might bring here's what's coming up on al-jazeera more than six million people in south sudan are desperate for food . they call themselves the gypsies a helping hand they've lived in this neighborhood for centuries and now they say local authorities want to try to mount i'm a fashion partner reporting from southern france.
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hello again welcome back we're here across turkey we have seen a lot of rain over the last couple of days dealing with an area of low pressure in that region that is beginning to move off we are going to be seeing the rain start to ease but really on monday still the same situation as we go down towards the south though aleppo is going to be seeing a partly cloudy day at thirty three in beirut about thirty degrees in your forecast and then as we go towards monday things start to warm up slightly but turkey things in your forecast are going to be getting better here across much of the middle east we are going to see here temperatures into the high thirty's for doha humidity still going to be quite high in our area over towards thirty eight degrees as well but most got partly cloudy conditions at thirty really staying about the same as we go towards tuesday and maybe some clouds in the forecast for salon where the
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temperature for you of about twenty eight degrees and then down here across parts of africa well things along the coastline are still looking quite cloudy for cape town and clouds low clouds up here across much of the central area temperatures for you in cape town sixty degrees we do have some winds coming in from the west but very warm up across the central regions we're going to see about thirty five to thirty six degrees there in johannesburg twenty seven degrees on monday getting warmer with more sunshine in your forecast at twenty nine and durban at about twenty three.
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arts. top stories for you this hour on al-jazeera the u.n. envoy to yemen has arrived in the capital sana'a to meet the who to keep the rebel leadership griffiths is fine there after last week's talks in geneva failed before they even got going meanwhile strikes have been launched targeting a key highway in her data province volunteer many people in guangdong province have been moved from their homes as typhoon monk had left a trail of destruction in hong kong the territory was put on the highest alert
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level for only the fourth time in twenty years before arriving in southern china killed at least fifty three people in the philippines the typhoon left a trail of destruction in northern province of calgary and hundreds of people living in remote rural communities have lost their homes and the scale full scale of the damage still very much being assessed. because of conflict in south sudan have left more than half the country's population of twelve million in need of food i'd just for survival many have been displaced from their homes and farms and aid organizations now say fighting makes it hard to reach those who really need it have been morgan has been. this is a regular scene at some hospital in south sudan's capital juba children suffering from severe malnutrition come to this word every day to be treated one of them is agnes a russia's baby girl. she's been sick since she was six months old i try to feed her but they will i find food you have to buy food here you can't farm if his money
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i buy food to feed my kids if not we go to bed hungry agnes's daughter is just one of the hundreds of thousands of children unicef says are suffering from severe malnutrition here five years of civil war has left seven million south sudanese relying on relief supplies tens of thousands have been killed since president salva kiir accused his then vice president rick my. car of attempting a coup the weren't economy makes daily meals and affordable to many including millions of children since the outbreak of war in twenty that we have never seen this number before in twenty eighteen with limited two hundred seventy thousand children suffering from severe kidman official this is huge number and if we don't respond quickly we will lose all destroyed it. but aid groups have complained repeatedly to the government about being blocked from reaching those in need by the worrying sides. the latest peace deal has been signed to end the fighting and
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pledges made to allow humanitarian access. witnesses that assigning say much needs to be done to ensure that's happened safely with the signing of revitalized agreement we should publicly acknowledge it is but one on the road to peace but one which lays the foundation for farmers. agnes hopes that the peace deal works so she doesn't lose her child to hunger a hope shared by many mothers whose children are starving people morgan are just there on. the plight of venezuelans seeking a better life elsewhere in latin america is really putting a strain on relations there peru for example which has received the largest number of venezuelan refugees mariana sanchez went to meet a peruvian businessman and set up a shelter in the capital lima. on the floor. alongside each other more than one hundred seventy venezuelans sharing three bedrooms two bathrooms and every single
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space there is left in this makeshift shelter on the outskirts of lima. says he feels lucky to be here when. i feel blessed because a lot of people have to sleep on the street i don't have any food and what these people here are doing is greatest in the war it's all free says clinical a peruvian businessman who says he spent nearly thirty thousand dollars to rent and set up this shelter. are used the money to buy the stove mattresses everything i was about to buy a car but decided to invest it here because in exchange you get happiness. in a few months giving us nearly two thousand venus williams who learned of the shelter through social media have come and gone the only way to make it work with so many is with discipline he says supervisor qassim order to get. it was a physical the space is already too small it's a challenge because people keep on coming on our motto is to never say no we open our doors to any woman. the shelter is now run with the help of private donations
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to be a big who has absorbed the largest number of the newest women migrants and refugees more than four hundred twenty thousand says the government seventy thousand already have work permits but most are taking underpaid jobs such as street bending for many venezuelans starting a new life here has been much more difficult than they imagined so if you have taken up residence offer to be flown back home for free from our that there were nearly two hundred venice williams have been airlifted in asylum precedent to just have been as williams were living and working in slave like conditions propaganda replied the peruvian government was the majority of them as well as at the embassy are here to request document renewals to be able to apply for work permits nearly two million venezuelans are living abroad straining relations in the region and leading some countries to impose travel restrictions that's
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a shame says going in. hunger a necessity don't have borders countries shouldn't impose restrictions to these people. you're going to see a share of american states says no country can face this wave of migrants and refugees on the road all governments and international organizations get together to think of a regional plan people like britney are already making a difference in a sense yes i just see that lima. the mayor of london city carne has called for a second referendum on the u.k.'s exit from the european union which is due to happen next march criticizing the government's handling of the goshi actions counts as the british public should have a say on a final deal including the option to remain in the. we've now reached a position where there are two outcomes as a consequence of the government to go shay sions a bad deal and by that i include a sleeve in the e.u. without knowing the terms of the future relationship sort of blindfold bricks or no
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deal and the independent research and taken for us shows that no deal would leads to five hundred thousand fewer jobs eighty seven thousand fewer jobs in london alone and fifty billion pounds less investment in our country that's bad for a country hugely damaging to london now in the french city of perth when you're on a gypsy communities historic neighborhood is being threatened with demolition officials say son jock needs renewal but residents say it will just devastate their community. sent this report. the santa shack neighborhood is a maze of narrow streets and colorful buildings for more than one hundred fifty years it's been home to a unique catalan speaking people who call themselves the gypsies of power but now they say the city council is demolishing the area and trying to push them out the brutal rip why destroy our history this is our neighborhood we've always lived here
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together it's a beautiful district so why not make it like grenada seville some where the tourists could come and not be scared of us instead no one helps it's dismissed as a ghetto. in the past three years local authorities have demolished more than fifty houses part of a hundred million dollar urban renewal plan they say many the buildings are unsafe but people here disagree with the middle i've lived in this house all my life i was born in it and they want to destroy i'm scared because if this room in the street i wouldn't know what to do campbell is part of a group of residents who say the neighborhood needs to be regenerated not demolish he says the council's ignored the area for years providing few services or opportunities for people rubbish israeli collected there are no play areas for children three quarters of people are unemployed longer what we want is to work with the council we want better phone is it to stay in the neighborhood or a contractor back to whole community wants. some residents say city officials
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haven't consulted them about the plans but the deputy mayor says they've been dozens of meetings on the project. of wanted and there's never been a desire to gentrify the area chased out the poor population those who want to stay can and we will help those who want to move out we're not get a wise in there about building homes that are clean and safe people here say it's not only about breaking buildings it's also about breaking up our community tearing apart generations the family and friends. this woman says local officials are asked her to leave her house she thought she'd be gone a few days when she returned the home she'd lived in for for two years was gone and she's not been offered another. they demolish my whole house with all my furniture everything i thought was only living a few days so i left all i have inside most here agree that santa jack and his people are in need of attention it's one of the poorest neighborhoods in france but
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what they want is to hold on to their rich past and have a say in their future natasha butler al-jazeera. now malaysia is trying to revive a language only three thousand people can actually speak fluently portuguese came into existence during the sixteenth century florence though he reports now from the locker room what is behind this revival. the ruins of a fortin malacca stand as a reminder of the portuguese presence in malaysia in fifteen eleven they captured the coastal city and ruled for over a century before the dutch defeated them when the portuguese left they left behind more than just buildings filomena singh who is descended from the portuguese she still speaks the language of her ancestors malaccan creole portuguese derived from the portuguese with words borat from other languages and a grammatical structure similar to the mill a language all here to do was in year zero two of the second it's also known by its
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colloquial name poppea christan but it's in decline spoken mainly by the older generation so saying host art and using social media to pass on her knowledge when i was a model for work various forms in the same yonder. was then war crime bomb young soul is one how are your soul giving. yourself courage to carry your new window to lend a simple few words it is something her brother michael wrote a book together with other language experts to help people learn christan. formal instructions are rare it isn't taught in schools and exists mostly in oral form we have survived for many years we've got a culture elling breach religion and identity and saw we cannot lose in your with
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elements. like many other malaysians of portuguese descent the singers have their roots in this neighborhood in malacca this is the portuguese settlement home to about one thousand eight hundred people descended from the portuguese academics say the community here has provided a haven for the language the children grow up hearing it being spoken if not at home then maybe at a neighbor's house. on weekends children come for classes at sarah's santa maria as house was herself and brought up in the portuguese settlement. she teaches dance and cooking too with instructions in popular christan to preserve not just the language but other aspects of her culture the language is also caught the attention of academics we've got to think beyond we go to think about the perhaps they can only value but done by the people right the community can find ways to share their knowledge their
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language share their own perspectives dest doris' i think a very important. the only generation of malaccan portuguese are counting on the younger generation to keep the language alive florence li al-jazeera. malaysia. far more than eight million tonnes of plastic is estimated to end up in our oceans each year but in kenya a unique boat has been launched trying to tackle the problem catherine sawyer reports from lamu on the kenyan coast. thank you after two years of trials era's and incredibly hard work flip floppy takes to the water of the indian ocean for the first time. it's built and highly of recycled plastic waste collected from the shores of the indian ocean by kenyans the project's leader says it's the world's plastic revolution books it is really simple we have to end single use plastic recycling is not enough we have to put an end to single use consumption.
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its first voyage was around islands in long beach are famous for building. flip flop is expected to sail in the coming months making stops in villages along the indian ocean coast those aboard will be allotting communities about the dangers of plastic waste and what they can do to protect the environment but building this boat is not the end game. the team of boat builders say they use the experience for the next project we wanted to have a bigger down off along twenty metres and to have a good voyage from around the cape town itself but for all this challenge us we decided to up this problem time so we have seen what we want to plant because most of the material one of deficient. the launch of flip flop he was on the world clean up the when millions of people globally volunteered to clean their beaches for
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twenty four hours the united nations says more than eight million tons of plastic finds its way into the world's oceans every yeah that's the same. for every minute . of using plastic in the right perspective you can use plastic but you can recycle it and today we have seen from . the island continue to build this nasty creation and hope that. asia stops washing our home soon and everyone plays down parts in season. pass in so i'll just zero on the kenyan coast. headlines for you here on al-jazeera the un envoy to yemen has landed in the
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capital sanaa to meet the hurt the rebel leadership martin griffiths is from there after last week's told some geneva failed before they even got going he's failed to show up accusing the saudi led coalition of blocking them from traveling in why a strikes have been launched targeting a key highway in a data province and are simmons's reporting from neighboring djibouti. by the day there have been escalations in the offensive against the rebels who are trying to defend it however now it would seem looking at all the multiple reports that it is now much heavier than ever before for those on the ground civilians and fighters a like it's very intense indeed a few more stories for you more than two million people in southern china are being moved from their homes as typhoon monk it's these two people have been killed fifty thousand fishing boats have also been recalled to poor. heavy rain is expected throughout sunday night earlier on sunday to push to huge waves into hong kong the city was put on the highest alert for only the fourth time in two decades. and at
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least fifty three people were killed as the typhoon hit the philippines on saturday . the homes of hundreds of people have been destroyed in the northern province of congo jaan in some remote areas remain. youth activists and journalists have been protesting in yangon on demanding the release of two reuters journalists i i i i like the journalists was sentenced to seven years in prison earlier this month both men were arrested last year while reporting on a story about the murder of range of muslims in rakhine state last week me and i'm saying suchi denied they were detained because they were journalists she said they had broken state. that's all but you headlines here on al-jazeera inside story is coming up next.
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a terrorist group the government. is the genuine democracy and. what does it mean for the region this is inside story. welcome to the show i'm sad. it was an organization once banned in ethiopia now it's likely to become involved in mainstream politics.


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