tv Counting the Cost 2019 Ep 32 Al Jazeera August 11, 2019 6:32am-7:01am +03
which is becoming a graveyard for the trawlers any hope of a future as gone the neighboring port transporting phosphate to the world though has never been busier. the sport has ruined everything it's polluted the year and the agriculture and is lead to a deserted vacation of the marine life in one of the main parks in the city of god as graffiti warns of dangers of air pollution a device which actually monitors the gases has been broken for years now. it's hanging in a road called environment have a new hard way down it a large rubbish dump an old rusting cars. many here say the whole city seems to have lost hope david chaytor al-jazeera gulbis. at least 18 people have been killed by a landslide after super typhoon lekima hit china's east coast over a 1000000 people have been forced from their homes after it made landfall in the
province of jiang early on saturday have been widespread power outages flights along with ferry and rail services have been cancelled acumen has been downgraded from a super typhoon to a typhoon as it moves north towards shanghai or heavy rain was forecast with warnings of more possible flash floods mudslides and landslides. south korea has opened the last of 3 hiking trails along the demilitarized zone on its side of the border the government hopes enosh havel promote cooperation with north korea catching up as her diane has mole is embodied for what they were going into the 3rd and last hiking trail along the demilitarized zone that separates north and south korea is now open to the public was once marked by fences and land mines along this highly militarize the border public access was restricted for decades until now it's just a. little aside that has been forbidden to the public is now open for the 1st time i believe this symbol of division will become one of peace. the program is
part of an agreement signed in september by the 2 korean leaders that seeks to ease the decades long military standoff with the north would say leaders hold summits continuously and now more than ever people aspire to peace hyper unification can be peacefully achieved unlike other tourists to give the general public and president access to a demolished guard post in the demilitarized zone or d.m.z. it was set up after a split between the north and south but tensions have remained high since the truce ended the korean war in the 1950 s. but despite efforts to build trust the provocations continue north korea recently launched a string of new short range missiles and rockets an apparent warning against what it calls hostile joint military drills by south korea and the united states has your north korea's one of the most isolated countries in the world for many
visitors it's a rare opportunity to get a glimpse into the secretive communist state for the 1st leg of the d.m.z. peace trail was opened in april the 2nd in june while this program hopes to bring peace there's still a long way to go towards normalizing ties between south and north korea. al-jazeera. stem cell therapy is seen as an effective way to treat many diseases but donors need to be genetically similar to those who are receiving help yet in canada donations and may be made by people of european descent and that's posing problems for a growing population of immigrants with mixed ethnic backgrounds than a lack explains from toronto. building diversity in canada's stem cell donor base happens here in testing clinics aimed at the country's ethnic minorities around 2 thirds of registered donors are of european origin their cells probably won't help people from other backgrounds organizers of this clinic for chinese canadians say
there's been little outreach to their community some people are still reluctant to be tested or donate a pool of their chinese and to go chinese. since we have been working on it for over 2 years now we have raised up to 7 percent but even 7 is and is not a big number it's even more challenging to find a match for people of mixed backgrounds 13 year old aryan din alley is a vietnamese and afghan origin he has a plastic anemia a blood disease that can only be reliably cured by stem cell transplants 3 years of searching in canada and around the world have yet to find him a donor it haunts me daily. it's unbelievable if patients you know is caucasian the chances of him or her having 6 or 7 or 8. possible matches on a registry to another patient because of their heritage lineage that they don't
even want at all marketing executive made to aung got leukemia in 2013 she needed stem cells but her vietnamese origin meant fewer donors but one did come forward miraculously she says and now she runs a campaign called swap the world and that's literally what she wants to do it is if it is a literal because everybody should get swab everybody should know about how stem cell donation works and it's not only back and chatted up but we're aiming the world stem cells can regenerate tissue and treat an increasing range of medical conditions but as long as cell donor registries don't reflect the societies around them doctors options are limited some. donors can help people not just with blood cancers like leukemia as in the farmers but also with immune disorders genetic diseases by disorders of of other types so it's quite a broad therapeutic field are younes anemia is in remission now and he's able to
study play and behave much like other 13 year old boys but he'll still probably need a stem cell transplant one day he and his family are waiting for a match daniel lak al-jazeera near toronto. still ahead we'll have all the latest force news the champions of scotland are in record breaking form use of that and i found out. china has one of the world's highest are based but many a take up the fought against for military style white let's go to radical surgery one o one east investigates the chinese battle to get in shape on al-jazeera. al-jazeera
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thank you very much mary a woman city have got the defense of the english premier league title off to winning sought after crashing at west ham a 5 nil in saturday's and a kickoff. scored their open at the london stadium but after that it was the same sterling show as he bagged the hat trick guardiola team attempting to win a hat trick of premier league titles for the game away to a 30 hot. still hard to read and was not was not but that's normal for that being the 1st the 1st game the 2nd half from the beginning we saw who could be better more count more extra passes. or there are 6 games in tilt on the english premier league on saturday a champions league runners up tottenham beat aston villa 31 and then make a call for harry kane scored twice in that one bernie and brighton who were also
comfortable winners who didn't find their way to play in the way that we wanted to play with a bit of course there was this photo of the manager in mind my plan didn't work and of course we were a little be. taken rest decisions. didn't we never we were console and on the beach and of course. the 1st 45 minutes. well man city are going for a 3rd consecutive league title in england and scotland celtic are going for the 9th championship in a row or they made it to a win from to the season as the motherwell are 52 away it means they've now scored 12 times in 2 matches that have beaten them in johnstone 7 their last weekend they'll be hoping to carry this form into the home leg of their champions league qualifier against remain inside the typhoon tree stands at 10.
now there has been widespread criticism of the decision to hold the heavyweight boxing rematch between and you know with junior and antony in saudi arabia the fight will happen on the summer the 7th outskirts of riyadh sell malik has more it's one of the most highly anticipated fights of the year but the boxing itself looks set to be overshadowed anthony joshua's attempt to recapture his world title from andy rooney's is set to happen this december in saudi arabia. it's a decision that's drawn criticism following the killing of journalist jamal khashoggi last year inside the saudi consulate in istanbul and the military campaign in yemen by a saudi led coalition which human rights groups have accused of carrying out indiscriminate attacks on homes hospitals and marketplaces. in a statement amnesty international said if anthony joshua farts andy ruiz jr in
saudi arabia it's likely to be yet another opportunity for the saudi authorities to try to sports washed their severely tarnished image. saudi arabia has still managed to secure a number of huge events in the country despite the criticism former unified world champion american was paid millions to fight in jeddah last month the kingdom of saudi arabia invites the world in 2018 world wrestling entertainment staged their 1st event there as part of a 10 year deal worth a reported $450000000.00. saudi arabia has also agreed a 5 year deal to host the dakar rally however criticism and pressure has seen some of events called off. novak djokovic and raphaela dolls pulled out of an exhibition last december the match would have seen them net $1000000.00 each. nonetheless for the joshua match it seems business interests have prevailed say that it was
a business decision it's based on the money he's going to earn it will be as hard and cold as that's unfair it's just stretching your grounds you boundaries for these very big sports it's going to be a lot of complaining for a lot of time they're going to camp and they'll be a lot of complaining just full of flights but loads of fans will still because the juncture is big news amnesty international has urged joshua to find out more about side your abs human rights record. but with the country investing $100000000.00 in the fight and with both fighters expected to earn millions themselves it's difficult to see anybody pulling out so hale malik al-jazeera. championship leader mark marquez will start from pole position at the austrian prix the honda rider posted a new that record time in qualifying on saturday to overtake it make 2 miles
a record with his $59.00 foot pool in the top division is also the spanish 3rd pole in a row and 7th of the season will now seek to raise a victory at the red bull ring the only circuits he is yet to win at in his moto g.p. korea. just over a month to go before the start of the rugby world cup and defending champions new zealand to have been heavily beaten by australia in the rugby championship. a run in 6 tries in a record 47 to 26 victory in perth it was australia's highest ever score against the all blacks in new zealand did have a players sent off just before half time called parroted dismissed for dangerous tackle he becomes just the 4th all black ever to be given a red card in a test so we know williams has beaten our real soccer at the rogers cup in toronto the quarterfinal match was the 1st meeting between the pair since all suckle won last year's u.s. open title but there was to be no repeat of the on firing controversy and from that
match as williams ease into the semifinals. and that's it for me back to marion thank you santa well that's it for the news hour but i will be back in just a couple of minutes with much more of the day's news a full bulletin coming up very shortly. it's my privilege to name al-jazeera english the broadcaster of the year the country has a fight each other and we've been told that we constantly hear this is the largest
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a church shelter has brought new challenges an outbreak of norovirus and other gastrointestinal problems. smoke from the massive wildfires now blankets much of northern california leading to some of the worst air quality in the world but with more than 12000 structures lost in the wildfires concerns remain about long term accommodations jobs and medical care. local officials say there isn't enough housing stock available. saudi led coalition in yemen calls for an immediate ceasefire and as u.a.e. backed separatists take control of all government military camps and the presidential palace.
no i'm i am demasi and london you're with al jazeera also coming up on the program . 70 people are killed when a fuel tank overturns and explodes in tanzania. the f.b.i. investigates how disgraced u.s. finance it jeffrey abstain apparently killed himself while in federal custody. and 50000 people march in russia during a 4th consecutive weekend of protests demanding free and fair elections. welcome to the program the saudi led coalition fighting in yemen has called for an immediate cease fire in the city of aden it has threatened to use military force against anyone that violates it is follows the takeover of all government military camps in the port city by separatists who are backed by the united arab emirates
the southern port city is the temporary seat of the internationally recognized government agent has endured an upsurge in fighting over the past 4 days the separatists of also seize the port cities empty presidential palace this video shows saudi special forces in the area who were dispatched to guard the building withdrawing from the district where the embattled government is based well since wednesday it's been fighting u.a.e. back southern separatists who are known as the security belt exposing a rift in the saudi led military alliance that has been at war with the who sees since 2015 the government is accusing them of sedition and escalating the violence at least 5 civilians were among 23 people killed on friday dozens more have been injured and while food aid has resumed and aid in the city's water supply has not been functioning for days or a bud unmanly reports. heat battles of rage before days in yemen 2nd city a to since who the rebels took over the capital sanaa in 2015.
aden has been the seat of the country's internationally recognized government now key areas including the president to pumice have fallen to southern separatists analysts say their goal is to win back the independence south last. when the 2 yemens united in 1900 this is what they have been fighting for since 2007. that's about. more than 10 years now. since they have been demanding separation. and. the moment now. is there and i think also the regional. national and international circumstances will be. their failure this is what is highly likely to happen the separation this represented south yemen when it was independent between 1967
until 1998 group doctors without borders is calling the city a battlefield. after dozens of the soldiers were killed in a hooty attack on aug 1st sudden separatists accuse the internationally recognized and saudi backed president of failing to protect them and called for the government to be overthrown many people have fled 18 others are trapped in their homes including this aid worker we hear the sounds of mortar shells from time to time without knowing the source or the target to be hit some houses in the city are directly hit or fire fragments into houses or the cars for example a group of men sitting in a cafe yesterday were helped by a mortar shell the battling side who once part of a saudi led coalition they've been fighting hooty rebels in northern and western yemen for more than 4 years the latest violence threatens to open
a new front in the 5 year war which is killed tens of thousands of people. 6 manley al-jazeera. some of donees an independent yemen analyst and president of the yemen cultural institute for heritage and she's also an on resident scholar at the middle east institute i spoke with a and she explained the saudi coalition is not likely to change its approach in yemen given how much it's invested in the conflict i think if there is a deal moving forward the government is not going to look the way that it looks now as a matter of fact it seems that the yemeni government and its statements against what's happening right now in yemen are done it seems that the government is not exactly in communication from within and so different part bodies of the yemeni government are not really saying the same thing which is really risky and so i think moving forward the peace deal is not going to continue in the same vein of what's happened
already in yemen i think it's going to change things up potentially be an opportunity to create a presidential council in yemen and to kind of look back at what's happening there highly doubt that the saudi and martha coalition are going to disagree over what's happening and i then and they're not going to change their interest in yemen because they're invested so much in this war. thank you. at least 70 people have been killed and dozens injured off to a fuel tanker exploded in tanzania happened in the town of a t.v. northwest of the capital to doma people were trying to recover fuel from the vehicle which it overturned when the blast happened welcome what has moved from nairobi in neighboring kenya. the inferno engulfed dozens of people. minutes before a crowd gathered to collect petrol spilled from
a truck that tipped over near the town of moore in eastern times and here in this video the last thing i heard is a woman screaming fire. then the minutes later that too graphic for us to show the people on fire running from the explosion and piles of charred corpses find. this piece of shouts to get out of there if it doesn't too late what. if you took your we are continuing with our investigation to identify the victims and we're looking through the property that has been burned so that we can get an accurate number of all those affected. many of those who came to collect fuel for motorcycle taxi drivers. for people struggling to get by a few liters of free fuel can help feed a family or keep children in school but collecting it comes with enormous risk.
i came here on a motorcycle and as we approached the area we found the truck overturned and the driver got off when i asked the riders to get away warning that the vehicle could catch fire the riders didn't listen in continue to fix the leaking fuel a man tried to steal the vehicles battery and that's when the fire started police say they've launched an investigation dozens are in hospital many with severe burns medics have appealed for blood donors this community is left in shock at this rapid and brutal tragedy malcolm webb al-jazeera nairobi kenya. u.s. finances jeffrey epstein has been found dead in his new york prison cell is being held awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges officials say his death was an apparent suicide the f.b.i. is investigating. it brings us more now from washington. jeffrey epstein faced a maximum of 45 years in prison for the trafficking of girls as young as 14 to his
homes for sex he pleaded not guilty after being denied bail last month the 66 year old had been found unconscious in a cell with marks on his neck and reportedly placed on suicide watch however there are conflicting reports as to whether he was on suicide watch when he was found hanged in his new york jail cell early saturday morning epstein worked in finance reportedly managing other people's food chains he presented himself as a billionaire and he lived an extravagant lifestyle but the source and extent of his own money is obscure his social circle was extensive and influential documents show former president bill clinton britain's prince andrew and donald trump were all acquaintances and before he became president trump called epstein a quote terrific guy he likes beautiful women as much as i do trump said and added quote many of them are on the youngest side however since epstein's arrest the president has distanced himself i was not a fan of jeffrey yet and you watched people yesterday saying that i threw him out of a club i do want anything to do with it now is many many years ago it shows you one
thing that ad think they have along with allegations that he supplied young girls to his circle of influential men all denied by the man in question just on friday thousands of documents were unsealed from a legal case against one of his associates that alleged a young girl was forced to have sex with quote many powerful men including numerous problems american politicians business executives foreign presidents and a well known prime minister and other world leaders and quote epstein was 1st indicted in 2007 on similar charges that could potentially have led to him spending life in prison yet he served only 13 months in a private wing of a county jail in florida following a plea agreement under the terms of that deal investigations into his activities were ended and the extent of his crimes and who else was involved concealed the federal prosecutor who negotiated that deal with alexander acosta who subsequently became doldrums later. circuitry he resigned following renewed scrutiny of the plea deal it would be selfish for me to say in this. part about the
soldiers or rather than about the army right now even after epstein is released as a registered sex offender he mixed in elite circles but in july federal prosecutors ordered his the rest of his house was searched troves of evidence seized it's expected that civil proceedings will continue against epstein's state and perhaps the truth of who epstein was will be settled. now in libya the warlord cliff after says his forces will observe a cease fire during a 4 day holiday starting on saturday internationally recognized government in tripoli had already accepted a u.n. request for a truce for the festive period after us forces launched an offensive to take the capital tripoli in april hundreds of people have been killed in the fighting meanwhile the un secretary general antonio caetera has condemned a car bomb attack that killed 3 u.n. employees shortly before have to cease fire an announcement the explosion in the
eastern city of benghazi occurred moments before u.n. convoy passed through the area the u.n. security council is meeting to discuss the convoy attack and the wider situation in the country i join others in condemning in the strongest terms today's attack on the u.n. convoy in benghazi we send our deepest sympathy to the families of the victims the u.n. exists to help and protect people and attack against its representatives is an attack on the international community at large and we salute the work the un's men is doing in libya at the same time assistant secretary general said schools of libyans have also been injured safely the libyan representative coming convey my country's condolences and sympathies to his country and to his people. over 50000 people took to the streets of moscow in the largest opposition rally the city has seen for years.
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