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incidence of violence in the state more than 100 supporters of prime minister and that in their motives are people arrested after clashes with opposition supporters on tuesday. and astray in the voting in elections on saturday that are expected to see their latest prime minister scott morrison lose power he has only been in the job some 9 months and the man tapped to replace him has promised to put an end to the country's revolving door leadership and thomas reports from sydney. if opinion polls are right the man in the middle of this crowd will on saturday be elected as australia's prime minister bill shorten from the left of center the labor party is popular with many young australians. he promises higher spending on schools and action to tackle climate change but many say it is the chaotic leadership of the governing party that has helped the opposition most go to stop us take action. we've got to stop this and take real action on us
a living we've got to stop. take real action get right. since being elected in 2013 m.p.'s of the right of center government of the liberal party have turned against their leader twice dumping tony abbott for malcolm turnbull i thought throwing him out the current prime minister scott morrison. m.p.'s of the previous labor government also deposed their own leader twice. this is. if bill shorten is elected he'll be australia's 6th prime minister in 6 years and change your prime minister through an election would be a break from the recent past what bill shorten is promising is a period of political stability with the full on climate change that means relatively ambitious targets for emissions reductions renewable energy and electric cars the current government has failed to act on climate change over many years and it's been rising for the last 4 years so it's really risen as
a critical issue in the likes of the government says tougher action on climate will hurt the economy it also says a labor government's policies on refugees will lead to what it calls we care borders the government to sort to deter refugees from trying to reach australia and they sent them to detention camps on remote islands in the pacific i think the bottom line is as difficult as this policy is if you change it if you wait a minute if you show a lack of resolve then you invite on this country and the poor souls who would type the risks the worst of all possible outcomes but labor has affectively removed refugees as an election issue by saying it will continue those tough policies. opinion polls can be wrong but there is one certainty turnout will be high in australia voting is compulsory with fines for those who failed to show up to vote andrew thomas al-jazeera says. the philippines has taken drastic action of
a canada's failure to take back tonnes of rubbish shipped to manila more than 5 years ago canada was given until may 15th to accept more than 100 containers filled with household waste and missed the deadline the philippines responded by calling its ambassador and other diplomats. now bosses of the world's biggest shipping companies that meeting in london talking about convince us greenhouse emissions that industry 90 percent of world trade and has the same carbon footprint as germany the clock is a norway well one cruise company is setting a great example. the clip in yachts in the west coast of norway where there's been a long rich history of ship building but this is something different to ships the roald amundsen in the for itself once in a nearing completion and there are steps into the future if these vessels the state of the art a british ship that will take paying passengers through remote parts of the world partly bypassing what you expedition ship together is
a complex process as you might imagine involving welders carpenters and plumbers and of course electricians there's more than 750 kilometers of cabling to say nothing of details and extensive wiring for powering the ship by self generated electricity the battery zones in place yet so what's what are we what's going to be put in place and what will we see and distract your kind that can fit 20 and battery cells and it will be about walls for each cell or each record here with this rx with we have behind us now we can reduce to 20 percent off the fuel consumption of the ship. the vessels thrust will come from a combination of diesel and battery power batteries and cells will be constantly charged by the ship's engines as they run. kyle writes and will be captain on the roald amundsen as she attempts a northwest passage later this year really important because we are going to remote areas form of all areas to be able to do you know feet footprints but.
to give is only the green footprints we supply the polar system with the batteries but also when we do the operation in the arctic on time. given the shipping industry is responsible for a significant proportion of the global climate problem change cannot come soon enough ultimately the dream is of a ship with no need of a funnel hybrid and reducing consumption is one thing but even more interesting i think is the work that it's now going into fully electric. shipping we've seen some initiatives on that as well in norway and that's an area where. the norwegian shipping industry might get an advantage as an. electric faeries can already be seen in some of the world's ports while on shore power and others enables vessels to be plugged in so engines can be switched off
while docked. and hurtigruten the now planning to convert several ships like the nord cap here drawn on a combination of fuel including bio gas made from organic waste like timber and dead fish with a day when the mega ships of the world a powered solely by renewable energy well that is still in the distant future the clock al-jazeera norway. checking out one of the cool new.
law. thank you very much the 1st of 6 specially built venues for the qatar 2022 world cup has been officially in order rated joanna was at the stadium for the 1st match . i if this was a taste of what fans can expect at the world cup in 2022 than cattle impressed a dazzling opening ceremony moved to its 1st purpose built stadium you know what crowd and keen to demonstrate its global appeal organizers of the tournament invited international legends to watch the show you just it's amazing when you look at also the stadium it's very close to the to the players it's got a great feel to it actually feels like you're at a world cup this is not
a small some talk about it it's a stadium that compares to the santiago bernabeu it's from all over the state it's good for the public and good for the players. oh what christiane is set to host 40000 fans for games up to the quarterfinals and the mic cup final was a sellout the late architect zaha hadid was influenced by traditional arabian dels when she designed it but as well as not to the past cathles latest stadium also features state of the art technology but one of the coolest things about our what chris de d.m. is the air conditioning system it may be in the high thirty's outside but in here it's in the low twenty's and that's because the whole stadium is egg condition right up through the seat down to the pitch. the fans did give former spanish international shabby a warm sendoff though as he played one of his last much as before retiring from the game features president janney in pantene i was also in the crowd alongside the emir of qatar he's been pushing for an expanded 2022 world cup which would see the
country's neighbors share hosting rights despite a blockade cats are must be hoping they've done enough to change his mind joining al-jazeera. what cata. macarius has been making headlines at the italian open and once again for all the wrong reasons the australian failed to make the 3rd round after another hot headed moment on court of the having served broken in the final set by kasper rude he threw his racket down kicked a water bottle at the umpire and then chucked a chair the world number 34 was instantly disqualified and booed off the court. it was a busy day for the men's top players coming through 2 matches to make up for weather delays in rome roger federer was pushed all the way and he is match with born a char rich the 3rd seed came from a sit down and saved 2 match points in a final say a tie break to reach the court to find it's. very tight i got very lucky again.
today already like in in madrid so it's nice to get lucky i guess sometimes and have lost a lot of our breakers throughout the years so it's nice to see when the atmosphere was trying to get people going crazy few problems elsewhere for the top players after dispatching jeremy shockey for the loss of one game the defending champ in the rafael nadal repeated that school line. loss bussy lush. looking to add 8 titles at the 7th. but top seed novak djokovic was in no mood to hang about either he dropped just 3 games and he's met with philipp kohlschreiber it sets up a meeting with one martin del potro in the last 8. in the women's event naomi osaka eased into her 1st quarter final in rome the world number one taking it in straight sets against me haleigh missed school. the defending champion brooks kept has made a sensational start to this year's 2nd goal of major the u.s. p.g.a.
championship the american shot and opening day $63.00 to finish on 7 under par at bethpage black in new york the last player to start a major as well as that was for make a listen at the open in 2016. but the chances of masters winner tiger woods claiming back to back majors are already looking slim is 2 over par after the 1st round not helped by 3 birdies and 2 double bogeys any opening round of 72. woods and kept were part of the same group on the course the defending champion said he was well aware that fans were hoping to see more from his playing partner and i felt like on this last year. you know i'm playing. you know it was great that i want to go but i'm aware of a new week now so. i just got to go out there and focus on me and not really concerned about what what's going on you know what you're going to get when you play with them you know i mean obviously everybody in new york richard fran is
going to be allowed especially remakes of. you just gotta keep keep. and find a way to get there there's a new leader in cycling is judo the italian valeri a county couldn't quite hold on for victory at the in the stage 6 in san giovanni rotondo he was picked by another italian foe still must not as he won his 1st ever stage at a grand tour but conti moves ahead of in the standings the team emirates rider is the 1st italian to wear the race leaders ping jersey since been chains on a berlin in 26 the. there's been quite a party in amsterdam on thursday as i accelerated the double winning season thousands of fans turned out the players showed off their 1st league trophy in 5 years and the dutch cup this was the 1st domestic double for i.x. since 2002 and comes in the same season they were only narrowly beaten in the champions league semifinals for tottenham. and that's all the sport for now will
have more again later thank you very much peter and that does it for this al jazeera news out to stay with us martin dennis is here with another full news bulletin just a couple of minutes from male of the problem and that is our team thank you very much for watching. in 2008 al-jazeera documented a groundbreaking. preparing some of india's poorest children for entry into its toughest universities. 10 years on we return to see how the students and the scheme a helping change the face of india. soup authority on al-jazeera. well you know. we were. out.
there. just a few months after journalist jim on a special she was killed another arab dissident was under threat norwegian security officials had to take him from his home in all snow to a secure location after attempts at the saudis were targeting him. human rights activist about the daddy talks town jazeera. she's the head of 4 generations of family and the bearer of 40 years of suffering fools a heart or a hinge a refugee in her ninety's has fled persecution in myanmar 3 separate times in her life 1st in 1970 then 1991 and finally in 2070. 1 the war they beat us they kidnapped us they detained does. google and her family spanned almost
a century and he. bonded through blood and displacement they now all live in a single hut located in the world's largest refugee camp in many ways what's happened to this particular extended family really mirrors what's happened to so many other rohinton who face decades of repression and abuse the range of aren't just the world's largest group of stateless people they're also among the world's most persecuted minorities. we just scream in a against brilliance we won't anymore. the u.s. president proposes an immigration overhaul which would favor skill to english speakers. hello welcome to al-jazeera live from and. also coming out. the film say of
murdered saudi journalist jamal khashoggi warns us ideals are at stake if it doesn't do more to bring his killers to justice. the saudi. killed at least 6 members of one family in yemen's capital. and the architect paid his creations include the blast pyramid. and the museum of islamic. has died at the age of $109.00 to. the u.s. president donald trump wants to overhaul the country's immigration system to bring in more young educated english speaking people he says the way it works now is dysfunctional and unfairly favors those who have relatives already living in the
u.s. but his plan has little hope of being approved by congress as heidi jocasta reports from washington. the face of immigration to the u.s. would look very different under the new white house plan more affluent more educated and most likely more white make no mistake this plan would have a devastating effect on millions of people around the world who like me have dreams of coming to this land of opportunity if adopted our plan will transform america's immigration system into the pride of our nation and the envy of the modern world the plan president trump introduced thursday would rank would be immigrants by english proficiency employment salary level and age those rank higher would have priority. to become u.s. residents meanwhile the existing system of allowing immigrants to sponsor family
members would be cut in half currently 66 percent of legal immigrants come here on the basis of random chance their admitted soley because they have a relative. in the united states and it doesn't really matter who that relative is the plan has little chance of passing congress democrats and moderate republicans there have said they want to extend legal protections to young immigrants who were brought to the country illegally as children. trump took away those protections when he took office his new plan makes no mention of fixing their status at the end of the day this is the only place a lot of us call home and the only place that we can thrive and become the person that our parents always dreamed of us becoming pro-immigration advocates joined a democratic leaders one built a replica of the statue of liberty here in washington it's
a protest of the administration's plan which also seeks to ruminate the diversity visa and overhaul of the asylum system at the us mexico border a record number of central american families seeking asylum in the u.s. has strained the immigration system a republican bill in congress backed by the president would allow families with children to be detained for up to $100.00 days the white house says it's the only way to tackle illegal immigration and is calling for priority sections of the border wall to be built democrats in congress have refused to build the wall and say trump's newest immigration plan gives them no reason to support it castro al-jazeera washington the u.s. state department has been accused of disproportionately focusing on iran and its recent report on how countries are complying with arms controls democrats have written to the secretary of state. raising concerns about the way they say
intelligence is being politicized as eco hain has law. the top democrats when it comes to foreign policy in the u.s. house of representatives are unhappy with a new report from the state department that takes a look at iran basically they're saying that this report leaves out a lot of information where used to be dozens and dozens of unclassified pages now it's simply 12 and that some previously unclassified information has been moved the classified section there demanding answers from the state department they're arguing that they are politicizing intelligence to try and make people take a tougher stance on iran at the same time the president of the united states donald trump is sending the message that he doesn't want to see conflict with the rat he was asked by a reporter are we going to war with the red and he said i hope not and there have been reports in prominent newspapers that he has grown unhappy with his national security advisor john bolton he is a well known around hawk the president sending signals that in meetings and in the
press that he doesn't want the conflict with iran to escalate the film say of saudi janis jamal khashoggi says she can't understand why the u.s. and the world doing more to bring his killers to justice has e.j. jenji address a congressional hearing in washington she was with khashoggi the day he was murdered inside saudi arabia's istanbul consulate. mike hanna reports and missed in a deeply divided congress this is one issue that receives bipartisan support democrats and republican members expressing dismay at attacks on journalists around the world and strong criticism of a president who stands accused of encouraging or empowering such attacks president donald trump has fought to do huge amounts the work of news organizations has failed to criticize repressive regimes and has praised leaders who crush dissent.
under close scrutiny of the murder of jamal khashoggi and testimony from his fiance this deeply saddened at visiting his hometown of washington alone i caught us at a long slow moloney he said the reason jamal moved to the united states was because there were other people like him in prisons in saudi arabia who could not was their own opinions and he felt responsible for them and he said in the united states i can be their voice if we cannot bring him back maybe at least we can help free those people and other prisoners of words of support from committee members written testimony really is a love letter to your fiance i hope that what you hear today does not sound like empty words needs to be accountability for your fiance john mark karr show she's myrna his loved ones deserve justice and we've lawmakers have an obligation to push for their justice despite pressure from congress president trump insists the matter is closed resisting attempts to hold any saudi leader responsible
a stark statistic presented to the committee in 9 out of 10 cases of journalists killed while doing their jobs no body or person has been held accountable. jamal khashoggi remains part of what in the eyes of his fiance and this committee is a horrific reality mike hanna al-jazeera washington. the saudi american led coalition in yemen says it will investigate what it calls the possibility of an accidental airstrike in the capital sana'a the coalition says it was trying to target his the military positions but residential neighborhoods were also bombed at least 6 civilians all from one family were killed 2 russian citizens were among those injured hashim a home bar reports. for the saudi u.a.e. coalition in yemen the series of strikes was
a successful operation targeting the military installations in the capital sanaa but these pictures depict another reality residents say the attacks targeted barely civilian areas and that an entire family was buried under the rubble. it is very clear that what happened this morning here in sanaa i was a response to that through the whole drone attacks on the. oil facilities in riyadh it is a very clear but unfortunately it was. blind a completely blind response because the result it only in killing women and children in there is additional area the escalation comes a few days after the her theists attacked an oil pipeline near the saudi capital riyadh using 7 drones. it's the most daring military operation by the hood theories
since the start of the war 4 years ago and a sign of their growing military capabilities the saudi u.a.e. coalition remains adamant its as its military campaign in yemen will continue until the military installations are destroyed thanks these are the fighters of the moment they opened fire. what they say was assad is drone they remain defiant despite the prolonged conflict where drugs are largely repaired the drone and more hopefully flight once again over saudi arabia israel and the u.s. . on the ground hope generated by a healthy withdrawal from the border city of her data is fading there's fighting on the oscars of the city raising concerns of a deepening humanitarian crisis how did abort the main entry point for food imports
and aid is a lifeline for millions of yemenis frightened by starvation. in the south there's more fighting around the city of. government troops backed by the saudis are struggling to push back the offensive. un envoy martin griffiths has warned the united nations security council the recent us might damage if peace deal. the venezuelan government has been holding talks with opposition members in norway both parties were invited for discussions to end the 5 month political crisis on wednesday military blockade tried to prevent the opposition leader. from entering the national parliament but he defied it has downplayed the importance of his envoys visit to norway. where
there are some in voice to norway i said this on tuesday and i say it again now and i've also said it to the point of exhaustion we are not going to lend ourselves to any kind of false negotiation. alice in america editor lucien human has the latest from the venezuelan capital caracas. strong rumors have been circulating since wednesday but now it is official opposition leader. has confirmed that for the 1st time in nearly 4 months since venezuela's president a power struggle began exploratory talks have taken place between his representatives and those of president. he also acknowledged that for almost 3 months norway had been trying to mediate some kind of an encounter however he insists that the talks are only one of many possible options for bringing about regime change. it is one more initiative from those who want to cooperate and we've said from day one anyone who wants to contribute be they civilians members of the millet.