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plantation in sumatra and it's plenty for farmers who would normally celebrate but not this year they are the world's 3rd largest grow as of the rip us to a variety of coffee beans but the market price their fetching is at an 8 year low. if the price of coffee stays like we can't continue we might not attend our plantations anymore because we can't afford fertilizer we don't have enough money to pay our work is in my case i still have to pay for my son's high school. robusto is used mainly in instant coffee and demand has been increasing but prices have dropped this year because of the success of the 2 largest producers brazil and vietnam while indonesian pharma struggled to make money there's a growing demand domestically as more indonesians get a taste for what they produce growing affluence and ebonite they sure are driving the rise of the so-called coffee lifestyle and many more coffee shops are opening up some are part of
a chain others like this one in jakarta independence i mean i come here 2 or 3 times a week the price of coffee for what i get is well worth it not cheap but not too expensive. indonesia is one of the top 5 fastest growing coffee retail markets and has the lowest coffee consumption type person in southeast asia so there's plenty of room for growth the so much confidence in the industry that one coffee chain received $28000000.00 from venture capital firms in the past year for its expansion plans that's not even a seat in the local market can absorb a large amount of domestically grown coffee only 30 percent of coffee grown here was exported but if the price of coffee keeps dropping farmers will start planting coffee and i would be a huge loss for everyone was it with the. demand from indonesia coffee drinkers has so far helped cushion the blow from falling export prices back at history. as
hopeful the price of coffee beans for the cover in the meantime he's planted other crops just in case florence leary al-jazeera jakarta. now one person has died in the u.s. are developing a severe lung disease which health officials suspect is left of a painting it would be the 1st such case ever confirmed the patient was one of one of 200 people being treated for an unexplained respiratory illness after a reported u.s. of a cigarette now louise ross is a clinical consultant for the national center for smoking cessation and training and she said that there needs to be more evidence to show that the person died because of a thing what concerns me is that particularly in the u.s. the seems to be a tendency to blame venting on. you know for what happened to patients without actually looking at the wider picture in the u.k.
our medicines and health regulator agency looks at any adverse events and there has been nothing. reported apart from you know dry cough a little bit of a sore throat in the early stages and we know that people stopping smoking experience that anyway from what i've read there has been some use of t.h.c. so you know the the active ingredients of cannabis you know that that's about that particular substance it's not about vaporing and i think it's important to to stress that you know if people use street drugs they are taking risks with their health. now but we're from video games a sports has become a booming industry in many parts of the world but especially so in china thousands of young players are competing for millions of dollars in prize money but some finding out there is also
a downside the pressure to stay on top scot high in the reports from shanghai. this might look like a hobby or entertainment to many but eastport is taking off globally it's about to become a $1000000000.00 industry here in shanghai site of the international or t.i. the annual championship for online game dota to the prizes for winners totaling $33000000.00 breaking the previous record set last month but as each sport grows so are health concerns for these young players many are teenagers like kyle gears dorf a 16 year old american who last month picked up $3000000.00 for coming 1st in the fortnight world cup the highest ever individual win for an east port event the concerns are for players physical health with the hours and hours of sitting and repetitive motion and also mental given the high stress of big money on the line not to mention millions of people watching each and every move burnout and anxiety
are an increasing issue under age eastport betting is also a concern a recent u.k. study estimates that globally 45 percent of tweets about eastport betting reaches young people below the legal minimum age you know you know kind of e.g. is one of the leading east sport companies in china it operates in a similar way to professional athletic clubs the players live and train on site one says going pro is not for everyone. else when you thought are you a it depends on what your interest and what you are good at if you have the talent and companies about yourself you can choose e sports otherwise you should spend more time studying. e.g. starts recruiting players at 16 and they reach their prime between 1021. the 2 main factors for choosing good players one is talent the 2nd is hard training well these guys are these kids with good talent we're poor why they're training. sports
fans are not only watching live streaming thousands packed the competition for dota to paying hundreds of dollars for tickets some in the china industry see competitions growing beyond just being housed in large arenas that are normally used for big athletic events like this one here in shanghai but that eventually they'll become part of international athletic games going away to play i am very confident that each ball to become an asian games or even the olympics this is the trained and this trained is unstoppable with the potential of each sport elevated beyond big money becoming a game of national pride through teams representing their country training and strategy will become even more secretive and intense scott toddler al-jazeera shanghai. still ahead. tonight palace. for.
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it's time for sports now leah thank you very much england are making a fight of things in the 3rd ashes cricket test against australia and leeds it looks like a thrilling finish could be on the cards the australians were $171.00 for 6 at the start of play minus shane made 80 but the england bowlers did well to dismiss the tourists for $246.00 the english would lose their openers cheaply as they began chasing the target of 359 but an unbeaten 75 from captain joe root and a 50 by joe denly saw the hosts reach 156 for 3 at the close they still need 203 more to when. and to be in the position we're in now. there's
a lot looks on in the dressing room not in too far ahead of ourselves but we understand that this is going to be a tricky period in the morning the new book is coming out. but we've got routine and start to cross passes and if we get through that we'll be in a great position yeah exactly and that's so that's how it works over here you always fall on the this big partnerships and then all of a sudden. there's 123 wickets it can happen very quickly so that's why you just got to make sure we shut that schoolboy down make sure you keep the pressure on skid when you lose one or 2 week it's all of a sudden the school board can can look a lot different with 2 we kids too it's. to be what we're trying to do tomorrow trying to make sure wish on the school board and. it's only 3 games in but liverpool are already top of the english premier league and the only team with a 100 percent winning record on saturday they beat arsenal $31.00 scored the
opening goal but how it's chipped in with 2 goals including a penalty arsenal pulled one back through lucas but it was too little too late but was really happy with a lot of parts of the gave i think everything we did well in the 1st 4 games we did tonight longer more precise and better too. and a lot to desire the passion the power of banditry what we put in this game. that made us really uncomfortable to play against i would say and that's what we wanted and crystal palace left manchester united with all 3 points short and i you gave palace the lead but an 89th minute goal from daniel james seemed to have rescued a draw for united but then right at the end patrick ben and holt popped up with the winning goal for the visitors united striker marcus rash heard missed a penalty in that match and just like his teammate paul pogba who also missed a spot kick earlier in the week has come in for racial abuse on social media
manager ole gunnar so shires says it has to come to an ent it's the same us who spoke before the weekend it's on heard over and we need to stop it we need to stop because. i just lost for words when it comes if you keep going we keep having all these companies. know the races and they still keep hiding behind fake identities so the it's just crazy that we talk about this in 2019. after losing a draw in his 1st 2 premier league games new manager and former player frank bard now has his 1st league win chelsea lead twice against north before being pulled back by the home team but to me abraham 2nd goal made sure chelsea would win the match and in the italian sorry you've been to started their new season on the right
foot the defending champions are aiming for a record extend the 9th straight league title they started with a one nil victory over parma with captain giorgio leni scoring the winning goal in the 21st minute on saturday. england are looking and impressive form with the rugby world cup now less than a month away the english recorded their biggest ever win over ireland in a warm up test on saturday in london england ran in 8 tries in a $5715.00 heidi they'll be in pool c. at the world cup alongside france argentina tonga and the us we feel like we're going in the right direction we feel that we're building a building toward something. to do today is. another step along so as i said the most exciting thing for for everyone to not just in reno the minute is up is that it feels like there's a lot more in us. the badminton world championships are coming to a close with the finals on sunday men's singles 5th seed andreas and beat his tie
opponent in the semifinals 21152110 the young dane will have to be world number one can toma moto for his chance to win his maiden title in switzerland. and india is one step away from having a badminton women's world champion 2 time silver medalist. who had a straight games victory over number 3 seed you say china. it's very important to keep yourself just focus because it's not a way yet for me yeah i'm. not satisfied yet there's one more match to go and then i definitely i would want to get the gold for sure but it's not going to be easy at the same time i think i have to focus very much and be way too much patient and give my best in the finals. adrenaline junkies unite the red bull cliff diving world series in bosnia and herzegovina australian rianna and if london retain her 4th title was still one stop in the series to go for romania's concert in v.g.
he wowed the crowd and the judges getting the perfect. adrenaline junkies and deep well that's it for me will have more sports for you later mayor thank you very much for that and that does it for this al-jazeera news hour but do stay with us painted dalby is here with another full news bulletin in just a couple of minutes from me there's a problem thank you for watching. one of the really special things about working for al-jazeera is that even as a camera woman i get to have so much and put in contribution to a story i feel we cover this region better than anyone else would be what it is you know is that it turns the body particularly because you have a lot of people that are divided on political issues. we the people we live to tell the real story so i'll just mend it used to deliver in-depth journalism we don't feel inferior to the audience across the globe. it looks ugly and
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you're watching al-jazeera live from our headquarters here and also coming up wildfires continue to burn throughout brazil's amazon forest tens of thousands of troops will be deployed to help. peace turns to pandemonium or violence in hong kong and the latest round of pro-democracy demonstrations. of voluntary repatriation with not one single volunteer 2 years all refugees too afraid to return home. global trade looks set to dominate the g. 7 summit which is now underway in the french town of beate ritz but many of the world. leaders there attending are calling for urgent talks on the wildfires engulfing the amazon rain forest the trade war between the u.s. and china has also become an urgent matter it's already being blamed for what could
be a global economic slowdown on another key su the french president a man or macro is hoping to deescalate tensions between the u.s. and iran after the trumpet ministration pulled out of the 2050 nuclear deal and reimposed sanctions but after last year's tense meeting in canada expectations are low that much if anything will be achieved this year diplomatic editor james bays is in fear it's. with the global economy teetering and some warning of a worldwide recession the 7 leaders gathering here may not look it but they're almost certainly worried the host emmanuelle mccraw and the u.s. president donald trump seemed relaxed as they sat down on the terrace for lunch but in addition to the china u.s. trade dispute currently rattling stock markets they have their own problems a new french tax will target u.s. tech giants and trump has threatened to retaliate taxing french wine imports to the
u.s. this though would immediately receive an e.u. response according to the president of the european council i will not do it for then trying was a. genuine the domination for many reasons. the end of the 3rd by france. if the u.s. impose a star if. they respond in kind president is about to finish 5 years in one of the top 2 jobs a term dominated by one issue one that could also cause economic problems across the continent breaks it to us quorum the new british prime minister he could go down in history as mr no deal as he landed boris johnson didn't respond directly but he did focus on his country's future trading prospects this day to global trade
i'm very worried about the way it's going the growth of protectionism of terrorists that we're seeing the u.k. thrives mightily on the open we're looking for a trading nation that's going to be promoting breathing is good for the world trade wars talk of recession breaks it it's all a very depressing economic picture the one thing that could bolster the markets would be unity coming out of this g. 7 summit but don't expect that the french presidency of the g. 7 has already said it's not even seeking a final communique this will be a meeting with discussion but a very unlikely to have any decisions. barretts well as world leaders were gathering for the g. 7 thousands of people took part in demonstration in the nearby town of they called for urgent climate action and accused the leaders of causing inequality that was there. the march began in the southern french border city of thousands of protesters including some from the yellow vests movement to spain to demonstrate
against the g. 7 summit in. protesters say global leaders the capitalist policies are responsible for many of the world's problems. it's just ignorant to see that the theme of this is the fight against inequality when it's them who are the source of inequality and inequality is increasing because of a damn it. cheere provocation although thousands of police have been deployed to guard against violence during the summit officers of the protest kept a low profile in french and spanish for the origins of allowed this protest on the border because it is 12 kilometers south of here it's an odd scale resort where g 7 leaders are beginning their summit the idea raised to keep the demonstrators as far away as possible from the international meeting one of the main issues of the g 7 will be climate change but few people at the protest believe there would be progress some said the fires burning in the amazon rain forest were yet another
example of politicians failing to protect the planet but the whole myself and this isn't a piece the they're obviously not interested in climate there are lots of nice promises but they rarely keep them they're not conscious that today is the big emergency we're on the edge but we just keep going. the french president who's hosting the summit wants france to take the global lead on climate and he's called for emergency talks on the amazon. guarding the amazon we will not only launch a call but also actions from all the world powers present here and in partnership with amazon countries for investment their 1st to fight all these fires but also to help brazil and other countries affected. most protesters say they're fed up with what they regard as the elites politicians who are out of touch with the lives of ordinary people the image of leaders from the world's richest countries getting down to business no luxury hotel in periods is unlikely to change their opinion
natasha butler al-jazeera on the french spanish border. as we heard the record number of fires burning in the amazon rain forest are likely to be one of the big topics at the g. 7 libra zillion president. there's no order the military to help fight the flames he says aircraft and 44000 troops will be made available from target bridge. economy if the government didn't do more to protect the emerson the number of wildfires is 85 percent higher than this time last year well many of the fires have been started in remote and difficult to police regions of the amazon in areas where developers often see opportunities but much of the land is protected or belongs to indigenous communities. went to the northwestern states of $11.00 of the areas worst affected by the fires both brazil's joy and its curse is it sheer size this sensation of infinity the sense that no matter how much damage man does he can
never ruin all of this but now with large parts of the amazon the blaze that sensation is being shattered what happens here in this remote part of the amazon does matter in the rest it was ill doesn't matter in the rest of the world we've just an hour long journey by road from the road on your state's capital of port or your and then without taking a 5 hour trip up the sea but an hour over to the county born our indigenous community just one of many around brazil that complain that speculators often encroach on their land and set fires fires which often go out of control these remote territories are always very difficult to police but now with the president in office who's cut funding to the very government agencies tasked with defending this land that's nearly impossible the president also nado has also said that the indigenous communities of brazil are an impediment to progress in the country and hinted that speculators will not be punished for breaking the law when they are
surrounded by smoke i can smell the smoke ashes are falling into the river many of those speculators are taking full xander full advantage of that situation and the one of the major reasons why large parts of the amazon raging are ablaze like rarely before water is a. flaw in the state of muscle. the brazilian ministry of defense has released a video showing through hurricane relief military planes with fire fighting system already working especially in the state of illinois when you know what we're hearing is that they're creating a base over there in order to start helping fighting the fires that are affecting the amazonia region this is happening at the presidential you want but i don't use it i think. on friday i loudly and the armed forces to get involved in this fight he's also writing them to enter indigenous areas national parks among others
there's been a change in the president's speech since this whole crisis began from the very beginning the precedents announced that the situation had not be fewer rated from previous year that there was not more fires than in 2018 later on he blamed non-governmental organizations for lying he said that they were in a way blamed them for setting the fires but now because of international pressure because of the pressure by the european union the president is trying to show that he's doing something and that's why the armed forces have started to act they are beginning in 2 states in the amazonian region but here in the state of michael but also we have not heard from them and we do know that the governors from moscow would also from amazonas and others are requesting the president to help they're asking also for an urgent meeting in order to get assistance from the president as we have seen also several protests all around brazil in least 16 states here in
brazil but the major pressure has come from abroad from the european union that for example has threatened to cancel the free trade agreement with the merkel food trade block which is brazil is part of that block and that's hype of action is what has pressure presidentially to close and i don't it takes some type of action in order to help fighting. fires that are affecting the amazon. an israeli drone has exploded in the lebanese capital beirut hezbollah says the drone caused damage when it's crashed in the diy suburb another drone went down in the same area which is the stronghold of the iran backed movement just hours earlier israel carried out air strikes against iranian targets near the syrian capital damascus so in a hotter house more from beirut this is a template populated neighborhood in the lebanese capital but it is also a has a much stronger hold. for sure have been quoted as saying that.
area and the 2nd one exploded and crashed in the area we don't have any more because the group field are the southern suburbs. of the group of course. which have been the ones that is grabbing the pa well as in i was reporting there israel says it carried strikes in the syrian capital damascus a spokesman for the israeli army says fighter jets struck iranian backed forces preparing to launch quote a large scale drone attack syrian state t.v. has reported that air defense systems intercepted hostile targets over the city turkey's defense minister says a joint control center with the united states is operational in northern syria as part of a plan to create a so-called safe zone the 2 sides were locked into months of talks over the size of the zone and who would control its planet smith has more from and tucked here on the turkey syria board.
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