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tv   The Cure Revisited 2018 Ep 6  Al Jazeera  November 9, 2018 7:32pm-8:01pm +03

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the armistice was signed on november eleventh one thousand nine hundred eighteen one hundred sixteen thousand u.s. troops had died either in combat or because of the flu pandemic kazan says that does not mean the antiwar movement had failed what the story there to were movement doing what one can teach us is that it's crucial for americans for people for any nation to force their politicians and their media. and their businesses those of other businesses to. think very carefully about this decision because once you decide to go to war there's no going back an important insight one hundred years on especially given that americans still don't agree on when and why the u.s. should go to war rosalyn jordon al jazeera washington female politicians from eighty six countries have gathered in the u.k.
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parliament to mark one hundred years since women in britain got the right to cost a vote but apart from celebrating past progress the event also aimed to inspire future generations of female politicians is paul brennan. we are here not because we are law breakers we are here in our efforts to become law makers so wrote the suffragettes a million pound kest to mark one hundred years since that campaign opened the u.k. parliament to women female parliamentarians from all over the world came to westminster to launch a new push for female political involvement so let us recommit ourselves to inspire a new generation of female social political leaders to end violence against women and girls to ground school women access to family planning and end the barriers of girls' education and to economically and cowed women they see went before us started the great meant for equality and. the generation that finishes the job yes
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i the statues of parliament's masculine history still dominate westminster to get themselves elected many of the women here have to overcome the suspicion and opposition of them male dominated societies people feel . people feel what does she bring on the table what does she wants to do for us how does she want to change the status quo that is within the society so it becomes very challenging very difficult but all of them are driven by the determination that equality is worth the struggle and that the future requires the efforts if you mean well and if you fight well we are here the other women who fight and bring this war to a change it's going contribute together with the men and make aware a better world sometimes i think of stopping doing this but related member all these with the woman who and of years ago sacrificed their lives and sacrificed
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their happiness is in everything and the fought for their kids and grandchildren one hundred years after britain elected its first woman member of parliament the message of the suffragettes on suffragists still resonates down the decades inspiring new generations of women and girls to take their rightful place in the political process paul brennan al-jazeera parliament square in london still to come here on the news our athletes are flying high at the world trampoline championships in russia hoping to catch a goal more coming up with on the other side of this break.
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military might and weapon show in the southern province the international aviation and aerospace exhibition has attracted around seven hundred exhibitors from more than forty countries. american companies taking a long term view of the trade war. on stage in the air china's most advanced fighter jet the j twenty performing at the ju high air show an impressive display but the goal to make it one hundred percent chinese has not yet been realized. it's still powered by russian made engines delays and issues with the purpose built chinese engine under development. also at the air show the pakistani air force customers of the j.f. seventeen and earlier generation chinese fighter along with ally russia pakistan is
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the only other foreign military taking part in the aerial displays. and started having. the new sixty's and then we moved on. production but a very important for both funny and forced to have good relations with china. commercial travel demands could see china take over from the u.s. as the world's largest aviation market in the next decade and that means a big need for more airliners for years china has been developing indigenous commercial aircraft as with the stealth fighter they have been delays. but for the first time a life sized model of the wide body c.r. nine tonight a joint project with russia was unveiled at the show a move to break into the market dominated by airbus and boeing but the first version of the plane won't take flight for at least five years and it will be powered by engines from either the u.s. or europe the jew hot air show is now in its twenty second year traditionally china
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has used it as a showcase for its booming aviation industry and advanced weapons but this year is much more subdued thanks to budget cuts and an ongoing trade war with the united states but the trade war has not kept american companies away in fact the organizers of the usa pavilion at the expo say they've seen a twenty five percent growth since the last show two years ago aviation companies and suppliers view their business in china in the long term and at least one sees china as a market not a place for manufacturing i think you know it's going to be. challenging in the next tell me to the street here. it's only the beginning of the stuff straight for the company we're never going to base company and say home first so. i mean us what i made. and we got to keep it this way it's part of our culture so
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with the expected rapid growth in the number of chinese passengers taking to the sky over the next ten years some companies are willing to put up with the trade war for now it's got harder al-jazeera do high. time for sport time thank you peter now the world chess championships began in london later on friday between two players and their twenty's have helped change the image of the sport norwegian magnus carlsen became world champion when he was just twenty two but his american challenger fabiano caruana is a year younger and a special talent leaving chess experts undecided who what when me well into reports in the world of chess that could be more than one of the highest in the guy but i can only be one world champion. and that's going to be decided over the next few words. just head to head the twelve gods the defending champion norwegian magnus carlsen has helped change the image of chess world champion for five years and he's only twenty seven he has the highest rating
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of a player in history even getting into magazines and films and t.v. have sometimes made approaches in this must be good for the guy it's never been my man motivation i just play for the love of the game just as they can more and more of an important part of my life. and i mean just the playing part i don't care so much about the other stuff anymore he's opponent fabiano caruana the new kid on the board has been given a genuine chance of victory by chess experts his mother encourage him to take up the game as a small boy in brooklyn and he's been absorbed by it ever since it's taken him to what's been called the most. title match in chess history do you think this is your profile is no i is making chess cool. so i think that chess has definitely come in cooler. and there are a lot of people. in the celebrity world movies and music who who have an interest
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in chess so i think it's definitely gaining more exposure. and i also think that chances are there's a great thing. and definitely can be very beautiful and can also be cool and under the support of the larger audience do you have female support for this much do you have female support for this match i don't think so women hate me our republic. thank you magnus prize money on offer is over a million dollars it costs over one hundred dollars per ticket for some of the four hundred spectators per day in a venue customized chess millions will watch streamed coverage around the globe if it's tied at six six off to twelve goings by the end of november there would be a speed tie break but whoever wins the profile of tournament chess is about to move forward. here's a fun story for you in the trampoline world where athletes are flying high trying
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to catch gold at the world championships and russia the chinese won the first all around team final in st petersburg they were four events for men and women in all teams in the final completed eight routines portugal won silver and canada came in third with bronze but how exactly does this really unique and fun looking sport work or trampoline gymnastics or trampoline as some call it was first introduced at the olympics in two thousand the sports broken up into three divisions the first being the actual trampoline in compete in singles or doubles similar to diving then there's tumbling done on a spring runway similar to the vault found in gymnastics and the third is something called the double many where athletes used to spring boards to complete their in air flips. now to major league soccer where portland survived a dramatic second half against seattle to reach the western conference finals the sounders road scored a late goal in regulation sending the game into extra time the winner would eventually be decided in a penalty shoot out on
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a spree netted the decider to send portland to their first conference finals since winning the m.l.s. cup in two thousand and fifteen portland will face sporting kansas city or real sea salt lake in the west finals. e.-s. tunis and egypt are preparing to face each other in the c.f. championships league final which kicks off later on friday take a three one lead into the second leg which will undoubtedly be a heated match the first leg played in alexandria last friday will be remembered for two controversial v.a.r. penalties tunas who are going for their third title accuse the referee of bias ali are going for their second night. yes yes i'm not sure i'd. have been excellent through the calf champions league final our goal is to win through during the ninety minutes of play it will be a great match with the supporters who will stand by our team in order to back up what we did in the first leg. in the first leg we suffered from the referee's
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mistakes without those mistakes we should have won our matches against only our always difficult it's right that they won three one but without merit alone we have many strengths and they upset us so we have to pay attention when we have the ball . counterattacks we have to be aware of it in the n.b.a. golden state warriors snapped their eight game winning streak the defending champions were unable to recover after losing steph curry from injury they lost to the visiting milwaukee bucks one thirty four to one eleven. scored twenty four points at the box handed the warriors only their second defeat of the season. over in portland it was a better night for the trailblazers they beat the last sanjay. clippers to win their third straight game in a row damian lillard scored twenty five points to lead portland to a one sixteen one five one. tennis world number for a saka set down her racket to explore some of her roots in haiti
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a soccer is japanese but her dad is haitian american the president of haiti invited osaka to the country to honor her for winning the u.s. open in october since her public defeat of serina williams she's become a celebrity in the caribbean country. and that's all the sport for me now or later . thanks very much lots more news than if you want it on the website don't call it also full of the teams on twitter as well as here on a couple of minutes i'm back with the next. i'll see you then.
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eradicating leprosy in cambodia relies on education and treatment in equal measure on following him but he early you know disability that jail be vivi wait until three year old boy him or he'll have this ability. and then no wait the next generation of antibiotics may just be late taking place at the bottom of the ocean may be mistaken to have it this hope so good to have revisited on al-jazeera. it's the fust day of school in bob an elementary school in mosul. has this school as a military base firing rocket propelled grenades on multiples of nearby and out at falsus. most helpful than what it is like to be in school up to three years old war . six year old sala that was house of survived an ass like his home and almost wiped out his entire family in our lives in the popular destroyed house with his
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father and grandfather. solace for the professor his son for the first day in school is hopeful making new friends would hope is that a company. history has called it the great war in the second episode and the declining autumn an empire forges its alliance with germany and the central powers as the war gives birth to three nationalist movements the world the time and the future world war one through our eyes on al-jazeera. three people have been stabbed unfortunately one is to the. police are calling
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a rush hour stabbing spree a terrorist attack as the attack and dies in hospital. alarm has i'm sick of this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up turkish investigators still want to inspect the well at the home of the saudi consul but say the search for the body of murdered journalist shoji is over. changing the rules donald trump wants new restrictions on asylum seekers trying to cross the us mexico border. an entire town is wiped off the map by moving wildfires in northern california. police in australia say an attack that saw a pickup truck driven into a central city footpath in melbourne and then set alight and people stand is now
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being treated as terrorism a busy shopping street in the heart of the city remains locked down the man who was known to police killed one person and injured two others in a busy street the car he was driving burst into flames and police say it was filled with gas cylinders he then tried to stab police officers but was shot in the chest and later died in hospital let's cross now to sydney and reporter andrew thomas so andrew what more do we know about this. well this will happen just under six hours ago now four ten in the afternoon melbourne time about the peak in terms of shoppers and vehicles on that busy streets right in the hearts of melbourne this big vehicle parked up and then got on fire we don't know whether the man set it on fire just before he got out or when he was still inside but either way it was on fire he came out wielding a knife slashing is it passes by three men was stabbed one of those men
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subsequently died now this thing right in the middle of melbourne place officers were there very very quickly but the man social media videos show this starts in taking his knife towards then and for about a minute there was this ugly daunce where the man was trying to stop the place officers before one of them shot in first with a taser and then with a gun he was taken to hospital in a critical condition a rest in that stage he subsequently died in hospital so now we didn't know whether this was ideologically inspired into the press conference about two hours ago when the police said that this was being treated as what they call a terrorism incident largely based on what they know about the man and they found out an awful lot about him in a very short space of time let's have a listen. police received reports of a vehicle on foreign birth straight knew about police quickly responded to the incident as they got out of the car that were confronted by a mile brandishing a north and threatening them at the same time passes by calling out that members of
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the public had been stabbed police shot the mile in the chest and he is now in critical condition at the under guard at hospital three people have been stabbed unfortunately one is deceased at the sunni who are the victims are currently at hospital. there's actually been an update on that press conference in the last couple of hours and they've confirmed that the attacker has died and they've told us much more about his background he was a man who came from somalia to australia in the one nine hundred ninety s. police say that they know a lot about family members of his relatives who they think of people of interest in police language people they've been keeping a close eye on because they believe them to be interested in ideologically inspired violence now australia's government has said for some time that some sort of time on australian soil was probable not this attack of course the place where they had
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no prior knowledge of this but an attack they say was probable so in a sense although shocking as this incident is it's not completely unexpected all right andrew thomas live for us in sydney thanks angie. the turkish police have told prosecutors there ending the search for jim our body sources tell argyria traces of acid were found at the residence of the saudi consul general in istanbul it is thought the saudi journalist body may have been disposed of using chemicals investigators say they will continue looking for clues into his murder andrew simmons is live for us in istanbul so andrew what is the latest that we're hearing there. well you're absolutely right multiple sources are now saying that the the body search is over and that now we have the investigation
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continuing there have been some developments on that in that it's been asserted by the prosecution that they intend to try and search the well shaft in the garden of the consul general's residence because they want to get more samples from that unfortunate it's not a recovery process in terms of finding the body there they expect nothing at all in the way of any discovery apart from trying to get some form of samples because of this connection with the possible connection with the acid traces that were found in the residence itself and that residence is only just five minutes down the road . the revelation follows the poetry analysis of samples taken by turkish investigators more than a fortnight after jamal khashoggi is murder a source of the turkish prosecutor's office has told our jazeera it was here at the consul general's residence that traces of hydrofluoric acid and
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a non-domestic chemical were found the source says the dismembered body parts were dissolved in a chemical process and the source speaks of samples also taken from a well in the garden of the residence and in nearby sewage systems this information follows on from an early arrival ation by the newspaper accusing two saudi men said to be a chemical expert at a toxicologist being involved in the cover up operation even though they've been sent out in an official saudi investigation team. turkish president brigette tell you heard of one appeared in public on thursday but made no comment about the new leak all remarks made by the us president officials in turkey's ruling party say it's stronger action not opinion that's needed from the u.s. soldier was going to was an underneath about it turkey's position was made clear
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from the beginning but a stance adopted by president early on we will not allow any person to cover up his inhumane crime committed in this cruel and brutal manner but even if as the prosecution source says investigators are convinced that georgie's body was totally destroyed here in the consular residence is there enough evidence to convict the suspects in this case turkey believes there will be enough evidence and it wants the united states to pressure the saudis to extradite all of the suspects not only that the turks want saudi arabia to reveal who ordered the killing of a man whose remains appear to have been washed away in the sewage system. now since this information came to lights had teacher jingles is the fiance of your model because georgie has given her reaction on twitter tweets which very emotional understandably in which she says she addresses her fiance in fact she says she's
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unexplained unable to express her sorrow to him about dissolving the dissolving of his body and she said they killed you and chopped you up shop to depriving me and your family of conducting your funeral prayer bringing your body to medina the burial there in saudi arabia that the family and she had wanted so much to actually take place but now it doesn't seem that way and she ended that suite which has a photograph in much happier times of jamaal alongside it with these words these killers and those behind it human beings oh my god that's all she had to say and you simmons live for us there in thanks again russia is summoning the austrian ambassador in moscow over route brewing between
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the two countries it says one of its retired army colonel spied for russia he retired five years ago but is accused of working for the russians since one thousand nine hundred russia's foreign minister sergei lavrov says he is unpleasantly surprised by the allegations let's go straight to step vasant who is live for us in moscow so step what more can you tell us about this. yes again they're spying accusations directed at russia this time coming from austria and as you say there will be the summoning of the austrian ambassador here in moscow at the foreign ministry in around two hours from now and the foreign minister lavrov has already announced that the idea of the meeting is to explain to the ambassadors the rule of international diplomacy he basically lashed out earlier today about the way this is all have been made public he said there are rules in
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these kinds of cases if there are suspicious suspicions of spying then basically there should be a dialogue between the two countries to be behind closed doors and he said recently western countries have taken up the habit of basically shouting out loud about all these kinds of things and this is basically breaching international diplomacy he was very angry and it seems to be very fired up of course this is not the first case we had this crippled case in the u.k. and then after that there was these allegations of hacking activities by russian secret agents in the netherlands so this is basically in a short time the third spying case scandal coming from the european union so what morgan on the reaction in moscow to this well they are pretty angry about it the way it's been dealt with chancellor courts in austria has basically asked for an explanation from moscow about this spy in
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case it's an old case apparently it has been going on for more than twenty years the chancellor also made it clear that there is not real hard evidence yet but that the case is being investigated and of course that moscow was supposed to give answers but instead of giving answers a lot for they're going to give the last three an ambassador basically teaching him a lesson steverson life in a moscow thanks there. we were all the russian government is hosting peace talks in moscow to end the violence in afghanistan and afghan delegation and a group representing the taliban are attending the meeting leaders from a dozen countries were also involved. or the u.n. of brokered talks between yemen's warring sides have been pushed back to the end of the year the u.n. is warning yemen is just under three months away now from a devastating famine with fourteen million people at risk the world food program says it is doubling the amount of food aid to try and prevent mass starvation. are
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still ahead on al-jazeera will tell you about another u.s. court ruling that comes as a setback to president donald trump. power.


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