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against a deescalation area in the province where three and a half million civilians out of line blamed the international community for backtracking on pledges to provide billions of dollars to the three and a half million syrian refugees living in turkey. but it's the elusive peace between these rallies and the palestinians that continues to feed anger in the region the trump administration is working on a new deal but leaders in the region are skeptical and what could possibly be the future of what some propose a single binational state whose very foundation is a rejection of the equality of its own people. that's the ugly undemocratic reality of the one state idea the united nations annual gathering is a crucial platform for leaders to defend their policies egyptian president of the
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fatah has sisi said the priority now should be the fight against armed groups and building strong nation states to prevent chaos in the region. when i shut down the month to curtail our beer there is no doubt that the arab region as one of the most vulnerable to the dangers of nation state disintegration of this often creates a fertile environment for terrorism and six cerium conflicts preserving and reforming the foundations of the state is a fundamental priority of egypt's foreign policy in the arab region assisi has said his country was committed to consolidating human rights but international human rights organizations blame egyptian authorities for clamping down on dissent the middle east is home to some of the world's biggest oil and natural gas producers and this explains why it remains strategically important for global peace and prosperity but the region is barred by violence walls six tarion divides. by
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al qaida and his group's challengers world leaders meeting here of the u.n. fear may take longer. new york let's move on to other news now in the u.a.e. says it will support the u.n. proposals for a new peace talks on yemen two weeks ago planned talks in geneva called off after what the officials failed to attend meanwhile the u.n. is one of the millions of yemenis risk of famine as anderson's reports starving families are struggling to get to the few clinics available a warning you may find some images and has reported disturbing. another arrival is a clinic in northern yemen. is two years old but malnutrition means he's in a critical condition starvation is threatening families who are among the poorest in the middle east those least capable of surviving. grandmother is understandably
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distraught. we don't have money to transport him for the treatment he can only get in sanaa we're in such a dilemma those who gave us money before can't do so anymore no one can keep giving him the situation we don't have any help from any side in this war and we don't have anything. maybe two but he weighs less than five kilos that's ten pounds the capital sana'a where specialist care or medicine may give him a better chance might as well be a world away even though the distance from this clinic that. province is around a hundred kilometers. fighting on the supply line from the red sea port of the data which like the capital is in control of the who the rebels is relentless but a trained government forces as still pushing to take away the control of the data now with the level of fighting as it stands there are worries about how long it
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will take to open up a humanitarian corridor but tween santa and her data they're sure once came out of the un general assembly on monday heard a clamor of warnings that time is running out if a full scale famine is to be avoided for the first time the parents of a money victims three year old safe. have spoken of their daughter's death it was last week after she went to the same clinic as i have a house in had your province. her father like the parents of bassem says he had no money to take his daughter to get better treatment elsewhere and safe as mother is worried about her other children's chances of survival she's inconsolable and my daughter had malnutrition and her condition was so bad that you could count the ribs it had chest of feet was swollen but on the rest of her body you could see all of her bones so in areas grew bigger but alister full had death the swelling
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disappeared and she would tend to skin and. food aid is now arriving in this remote area and stuff in the clinic who tried against the odds to save zafer are now doing what they can to save a little bit of sun hundreds simmons. still ahead on the bulletin vietnam veterans two days of official mourning the president's trying to climb. hello once again welcome to another look at the international forecast shop shall is slow spells of rain easing across well the eastern half of the u.s. at the moment severe storms in the forecast just around the lakes line a cloud just around the appalachians but i really want to draw your attention to
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this little cluster of storms offshore from the carolinas could see some wet weather coming in here over the next couple days and of course that does bring with it some problems lot of weather there through way to stay right down the appalachian mountains into the deep south right into the gulf coast of the u.s. heavy downpours just north of the border into that east assad of canada chances some showers around north carolina south carolina and perhaps more so as we go on through thursday exacerbating the flooding conditions that we already of course do have in place and still a few showers around the upper midwest fun to drive further. the west west coast hot and sunny there for l.a. temps here at around thirty two degrees meanwhile we could see some sharp showers long spells of rain also making the way towards the eastern side of the caribbean little area of stormy weather just drifting in this is the remnants of what was tropical depression kirk actually starts to make its where little closer see go on through wednesday in the rain could well set in for a good part of thursday and friday.
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it's good to have you with us on al-jazeera these are our top stories donald trump used his address at the u.n. general assembly to brag about his accomplishments and has two years in office he said he'd done more in that time than any of his predecessors a claim that led to laughter in the assembly. also used his address to level more criticism at iran iran's president hassan rouhani back and has address he accused the united states of waging what he called economic terrorism and failing to on the international agreements the u.a.e. says it will support proposals for new peace talks on yemen or two weeks ago a planned talks in geneva were called off after all representatives failed to attend meanwhile the u.n. is warning millions are at risk of famine. now two days of mourning have begun in vietnam after the sudden death of its president. on friday after suffering from
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a very virus a state funeral be held on thursday vice president. has been named acting president becoming the country's first. female well let's go to our correspondent wayne hayden is joining us live from and i said what's happening today way and how is the president being remembered. well elizabeth as you mentioned this is a. period of mourning that has been declared by the government and that is now underway we are seeing a very steady stream of people entering the national funeral hall behind me to pay their last respects to the late president many members of the communist party of government and also diplomats foreign diplomats based here in hanoi in the public elizabeth will also get their chance to go into the funeral hold to say goodbye to the late president try and die. on thursday as you also mentioned it is the actual funeral service we will see some leaders of governments particularly from around
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the southeast asia region coming to that funeral service and when that is complete late on thursday the body of the late president will be taken just over one hundred kilometers south of the capital hanoi to nimbin province which is where he was born where he grew up in a small rural community there and that is where he will be laid to rest and when as we mentioned vice president. or take over as head of state she will be the first female in the position. yes that's quite right historic moment really to have the first female head of state for vietnam and we don't know at this stage exactly how long she will be in that position and whether or not she will be elected to it permanently it seems unlikely that she will at this stage we know that the national assembly is the body that will elect the next president the national assembly is due to sit again in the
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shade jule months long sitting beginning on the twenty second of october there's no confirmation. the new president will be elected during that month long sitting but we expect that that is exactly what will happen that some time after october twenty second we will find out exactly who the new president will be but as far as any significant reshuffle at the top of the government at the top of the communist party that probably won't happen until two thousand and twenty one they tend to go in five year cycles this current leadership group came to power in twenty sixteen so we expect to see all of those changes take place in two thousand and twenty one and in the meantime way in hell as president tried to. remember his role was largely ceremonial monye all but he was hosting world leaders trying to the country's image on the world stage did he succeed. well certainly diplomatically over the past two and
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a half years that he's been in power he was very busy certainly was in favor of closer ties with the united states for example he hosted a very high profile visit by u.s. president barack obama in two thousand and sixteen hosted current u.s. president donald trump last year after the a pig summit that was held in done that but but to say that it was entirely serum o'neill the position of presidents probably downplaying it a bit he certainly had a lot of power particularly when it came to domestic security related issues elizabeth thank you very much for that for now that's wayne hale with all the latest live and i thank you. now that i know of chelsea football club has failed to gain swiss residence a place classified roman abramovich a threat to public security the russian oligarch was ruled a threat over fears of money laundering and has connections to criminal organizations but on tuesday abramovich lost a legal battle with a local newspaper to prevent the publication of the reasons for his failure to
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secure residency he'd applied for twenty sixteen hoping to live in the ski resort of beer abramovich. it was israeli citizenship in may. the head of the i.m.f. christine lagarde says her organization is close to. emergency funding the governor of the country central bank resigned on tuesday after just three months on the job the east computer leaves at a time of crucial talks between president government and the i.m.f. argentina has already battered currency the pessoa dropped in value just after the resignation. the us comedian bill cosby has been jailed for up to ten years for sexual assault he was found guilty on all three counts of aggravated indecent assault and april the sentencing job described as a sexually violent predator more than fifty women have accused of sexual abuse. reports from new york. walking out of a courtroom in handcuffs
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a fall from grace for a man who once so famous and beloved he was known as america's dad but who would judge now called a sexually violent predator eighty one year old bill cosby sentenced to three to ten years in jail cosby was found guilty in april with three counts of aggravated indecent assault after drugging and sexually assaulting andrea konstam in two thousand and four he used exacting skills. dearing t.v. personality to win over his victims and then keep them silent about what he did to them so now finally bill cosby has been unmasked and we have seen the real man as he's headed off to prison while the trial focused on the one crime against ms constant more than sixty other women have accused cosby of sexual misconduct spanning decades and after the sentencing many said they were glad he was going to
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jail i wanted thirty we're. very sad that you know the missing part. my prayers for me is hard for people like you cut down on willingly. ok good thank you i just does because that's going to show them that they can make it through and that there's just the beginning cosby is legally blind in failing health and a philanthropist and that is why his lawyers argued that the judge should show leniency and he should be sent to house arrest but it was denied his lawyers plan to appeal this because the best team is preparing a motion to address mr skilling you falsified anybody with the kind of thing is we did not quite. be produced in starting a family friendly sitcom the cosby show in the one nine hundred eighty s. it was about the life of an affluent african-american family and it was the most
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watched television program in america from one nine hundred eighty four to eighty nine the nine hundred sixty five t.v. series i spy was the first american television drama to feature a black actor cause be played the lead role for most of his life as an actor and comedian caused be paved the way for african-americans and was considered a role model no more his defining legacy will be that he was the first celebrity convicted in the me two era the movement to end sexual violence gabriel's andro al-jazeera new york well any of my colleagues. who covers gender issues with a focus on sexual violence for the huffington post and she says cosby sentencing is a crucial moment for the me too movement. a lot of people expected him to get much less time honestly so seeing him get at least a minimum of three years before he's up for
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a probation and to see bill cosby the comedian go out of court in handcuffs that was a pretty big deal and some sixty other woman have come forward and accuse cosby of sexual misconduct but charges have not been brought due to the statute of limitations do you think the full story hasn't been told many many victims have come forward accusing cosby spanning i think the first reported one was one nine hundred sixty two so i do think that many of the victims have been able to tell their stories i do think that this has been given them a platform to discuss their trauma so while i think that there could be more victims out there i do think that this has given space to those who have come forward already the t.v.'s own dad get carted off in handcuffs i think that this is a great example of the impact and the influence that the me to movement has really created to see him leave the court in handcuffs and to actually spend time in
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state prison i think that this shows that things have changed the pendulum has definitely swung. just a final thoughts on that point and how significant was the sentencing then in the wider debate about sexual misconduct is it likely to encourage more women to come forward to talk about their own experiences i definitely think it will encourage more women to come forward sadly if you look at what and your constant had to go through to get to this day it's not very encouraging she had to go through. two trials much less the depositions before that in a civil suit prior to that so it's not an easy road and that's obvious but i think as we believe women and survivors more and more and we see outcomes like cars be today more people will be likely to come forward in the future. you know again i'm one of the problems with the headlines on al-jazeera donald trump used his address at the un general assembly to talk about has accomplishments
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in his two years in office he said he'd done more in that time than any of his predecessors a claim that left lead to laughter in the assembly but his stance of america first and patriotism was countered by other leaders who called for strengthened international ties trump also used his address to level more criticism at iran iran's president hassan rouhani head back in his address to. the government of the us at least the current administration seems determined to render all international institutions ineffectual lawful unilateral sanctions in themselves constitute a form of economic terrorism and a breach of the right to development the economic war the us has initiated under the rubric of new sanctions not only targets the iranian people but also entails form full repercussions for the people of other countries. american comedian bill cosby has been jailed for up to ten years for sexual assault he was found guilty of
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three counts of aggravated indecent assault and april the sentencing judge described as a sexually violent predator more than fifty women have accused of sexual abuse most cases were too old to prosecute two days of mourning has begun in vietnam after the sudden death of its president. died on friday after suffering from a rare virus a state funeral and national mourning ceremonies are being held this week vice president dang not has been named acting president becoming the country's first female leader. chelsea football club owner volman abramovich has failed to gain swiss residency after police classified her a threat to public security the russian oligarch was ruled a threat over fears of money laundering and has connections to criminal organizations he filed application in two thousand and sixteen hoping to make the ski resort. of their beer his home. that's the headlines on al-jazeera do stay with us my nigeria is coming up next thank you for watching in and
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instantly shifting news cycle of the listening takes calls and questions the world's media exposing how the press operates and why certain stories take precedence while others are ignored the listening post on al-jazeera. let me ask where we could be in five or ten years. what would you be doing where would you went and who want to be in five or ten years because if we were younger because of your resume your hand i do sure you really want to answer ok the three of you are sure ok just two of you know i am biassed you with a question. and if you don't get the answer right if you leave this trading right away. and i'm serious about that or you know what i just did i've just presented to
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you what life would always do life would try to scare you but all the bull would only those who are able to keep their eye on the or even when they be threatened i saw that she was going to put i'm down here it is mongrel dog now. we're going to go by osmosis and then she put it off and i love the board that i see now that is the attitude i want all of you to have one of the questions that i was and what i interviewed is told me how your field before and what you did about it because i think might be an opportunity. i'm a social entrepreneur i am in secondary told by the many should have nigeria on our walk is focused on young people. all of the fun to. keep going for use in the next on.
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your own. in mind that you know that one is potential but the minute you it makes me. is the fact that for many years we basically said all the government to government hsu was that those shoes those that issued. anything he would install on their own. when else much younger than i access to a computer and i went out of my way to not use it and so that's is a key part of what i do not training young people connecting them with opportunities from technologies. to get them into what they're going to and this is what the population multiplies it's called small nigeria out through the first you will find people from almost every
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tried to every to the. my friends i'm going to school which is why i got all those you know idea and passion about technology from i was told by a teacher i would never want us not to use computers because you know i was really tiny and he was a big man he said you know you kind of fantasies there were like you. i cried. i'm of the millions of course when you did not have tears in your eyes when you get into the lap of the gods we look at you as a woman's voice so i think after cry between the principal's office on my class i you know when you africa right inside i moved outside inside before somebody said something up ok and you got to be born until tomorrow on to every five of you right
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or you don't want to know so you could in fact and i'm. the kind of guy you don't turn out to do something i will do it if you tell me it's impossible i take it as a challenge like you're saying or when. i'm only talking with intuit you're going there we're told he said see you i mean sure. he's in there now good if you're. in one incident and that's because what we offer it's very simple we're seeing you have this community doesn't exactly inspire hope but if you go through this process you will become a role model for everyone else in the community. all
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of them this is what i learned in my short years of going from the young man who was told he would never want to not use computers to become you know one who travels the world to discuss the same thing called computers that there's a blend what it is we put together to start the curriculum here what it really is and if you thought you give me twenty. we're transforming center. what i basically want to communicate to them is one thing these seven weeks will change your life if you allow them to. my enemies. my dearest the comment of conduct of.
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last year i wanted to write an exam the exam was visibly on. so there is no i came to be was just learning. in my exam you have to do the opening you were prepared i was thinking people would come very very elegant i even had been thinking that it is only. when i came to him while i was really surprised that even if it would be a very wonderful for me. colors are good and. condom propre. green and i look. back and remain a painter and many schools are in so we are ok what is the question parents.
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aroused absolutely governments career by doing. so at some point or this is even the lessons i went even though it wasn't it would you where i wanted i guess that's money. maybe of this film is training on help over the next few years right what do you see yourself you know the next two to three years. i've been. to be with ok well i'll be doing what he was going to stream before. so how did you hear about this. impression i'm getting is that. somebody told me all of us thought i was like all that stuff. so it's got to be
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a lot but that's this. you should know about life or something you don't want to but i mean honestly you know you think it's an opportunity you just want of life or you know you should you should get some more information. with all sorts of people from disinterest. this is the only opportunity i'll give you my life to. writing this is. great. for you i mean it's an even if i'm in the nice there's an opportunity that little bit of work that if. you're. the kind of people who are looking for from very very ground who would otherwise not be able to afford this kind of training that's one of the things that if you're selected you would learn from this program how to make money from your skills to pick. person
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we're looking for is someone who is already on a path to unemployment and to the bottom of pyramid we can tell that they're just looking for one opportunity you know to make themselves better because once you help one person you have them literally. my name is in my care for a friend of my would know about being wounded in wars and creating new persons anubrata deformed them i was like there was these that i don't usually believe what you've been like get in a simple diet as it plays out and you're so impact into you without you being a dying or is like wow is this happening in this place so i say ok let me give it a try i had to call man i saw it i saw it for myself i'm it was really wonderful. yeah this is my home this is reality. there's my mom. this is old and leaving
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for. then he says to doesn't fall as you will make it eleven years and my mom and my older sister to sleep on the bed here my older brother stays on this place and this chair yeah and i myself i sleep here is where i sleep. so that's my old. missing. gary and. it's full. of his drugs as being something else do something good annoys me to d.d. don't really know would have passed through. that was the one of the the last year that my mom she nearly wanted to drown inside the ocean but i remember my lead to seven day in very small so out to run to her and. me in my court.
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because i know what she wanted to do she wanted to get us if she. didn't. do. it you just. told us all computer news that you need nigeria but we're different in the sense that our train is more full cost is not even for coastal niceties so what we see is that our water is close and you've equal opportunities that's why we quoted the life program it's focused on life skills because these are kids who are been beaten by life so we visit to make them understand you can actually do something we have i see two metres or so one of the four different things we do that is financial rate is on the last part of it's and to produce a ship it's a busy week on the show your eye which is something you know and i would imagine what are you doing this time when the show you are basically means zero point your
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eyes because that opportunities the reason you can see them is because you don't open your eyes wide enough just yet. if if. if seen many people under street just delays in the chain if i can call more for. workers if he could transform my income in my mind. my way of reasoning believe those people out there the kind of possible. he is anything between fifteen and eighteen million most of the people you would.


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