tv NEWSHOUR Al Jazeera May 28, 2019 5:00am-6:01am +03
behind it is cool so when it will only be at 14. this is al jazeera. hello i'm a hell of a hit in this is the news are why from doha coming up in the next 60 minutes. at least 2 people dead and several others injured is in a stabbing attack their tokyo. divisions between berlin and paris on the shit all the top e.u. jobs after centrists are weekends in the european parliament elections and i'll just say their investigation tracks the military aircraft and spy planes that
appear to be supporting the warlord laying siege to the libyan capital. another day of violence in that brazil's prisons just 24 hours after 15 inmates were killed in a riot says a facility in the north. and feel chrysler proposes a merger with bono in a bid to create the world's 3rd biggest carmaker. we begin in japan where young schoolchildren are among the victims of a mass stabbing at least 2 people have been kills and 19 others injured back happens in color saki near tokyo the suspect reportedly knifed people waiting at a bus stop he was detained after stabbing himself in the shoulder let's get the latest my way hey is life or is in cover saki way know what work eats her.
yes well this attack took place just over 3 hours ago 7 45 in the morning local time on a tuesday morning so of course it would have been very busy in this area at that time of the day just down the road there is where the attack took place there is a train station down there and also as you mentioned a bus stop and it appears that most of the people who were attacked were school children waiting at that particular bus stop on the side of the road for a specific bus to go to a private catholic school in the local area as you mentioned this is a fluid situation 2 people did at the moment although even that is not confirmed and they say that those people have no vital signs because they need to wait for an official doctor's report before the police will declare them did what we're hearing from hospitals in the area is that they are treating 16 people for stab wounds
among those 16 the police quoted in local media 13 school children and 3 adults now on waiting for that particular bus at that time were year one students grade one student so it is assumed that all of the school children or at least most of them who were attacked just over 3 hours ago were aged between 6 and 7 years old so a particularly harrowing incident just a few meters down the road just over 3 hours ago. thank you very much indeed. for the man said verdict in the european parliament elections as opens up divisions between france and germany on who should head the european commission and the americal says the president should be from the. the single largest bloc that's the
sensorites european peoples party but emanuel mcconnell says the decision must reflect the results of sunday's votes in which the far right as well as the greens and liberals gains at the expense of the centrists and such a bottler as this report. the face of europe's parliament is changing the traditional power blocs of the center right and center left that have dominated for decades lost seats as populists greens and liberal surged for the 1st time in 40 years since the 1st elections in 1879 of the european parliament due to classical parties socialists the. conservatives will no longer have a majority. nationalism and fears over immigration fueled gains for populous parties in france hungry and italy where matteo sell vinnie's far right policy won more than 30 percent of the vote. in in not only is the league the 1st party in
italy but marine le pen is the 1st party in france in the u.k. knowledge of the rajah's 1st so it's a the france england is the sign of a europe that is changing green parties in several countries celebrated their best e.u. election results highlighting concern among some voters and the climate change after ending the people all across europe want to form a peaceful europe together we haven't just got a great result in germany but as it stands in ireland and the netherlands in austria all across europe the greens are strong. the election results reflect a growing political trended me use 28 member states people are increasingly rejecting establishment traditional mainstream parties and supporting alternatives and voting for causes the center right european people's party remains the largest bloc in the e.u. parliament but with no majority it'll be forced to seek support to form a pro e.u. . coalition the sensorites uncensored left parties have scored badly they have both
lost. they have both lost votes but we see a 3rd party emerging which is the liberals at the moment so the liberal party. if one includes the votes from across is unlikely to become ticket kingmaker in the next european parliament. the european project was created after world war 2 to ensure the rivalries between countries would never again result in conflict while these elections show that politically europe is more fragmented than ever pro e.u. parties still retain a majority suggesting that although some voters may be questioning the european union most still believe in it natasha butler al-jazeera paris. well some of the most dramatic results were in the united kingdom where that c. major party suffered massive losses so he's amazed conservatives could only manage 5th place as the worst results in any election in the past 200 years and the
opposition labor party isn't doing much better it is inevitably older into brecht sits and a warning every challenge reports contains flash photography. this is the jubilation that comes with taking on britain's governing party and humiliating them in nigel for raj energize voters who feel betrayed it breaks not having happened is single issue bricks it party won over 30 percent of the vote the conservatives got just 9 percent the worst result in 200 years if we left directed straight to the conservative labor we would never ever really bring it to resemble the thing like what you vote for the referendum this political pressure of the pressure on the conservatives you called he's not wrong to reason may is on her way out and rivals vying to replace her will be drawing lessons from what's just
happened. when david cameron calls the 2016 breaks it referendum he was trying to heal his party's decades old divisions over europe and head off the electoral threat posed by nigel farage what it backfired spectacularly for iraq has just punished the tories yet again they are as a party more bitterly divided than they've ever been and it's hard to see how the next leader and prime minister is going to be anything other than a hard bricks into. the language of the candidates is already reflecting this i'm on message is clear from these results we absolutely need to deliver it i lead the campaign to take britain out of the european union and we must honor that referendum result. but start up the result. and there were actually more votes to remain parties than there were for the brits at party in u.k. independence party the liberal democrats surged to 2nd place stealing labor voters angry at jeremy cauldrons half hearted support for
a 2nd referendum i think it's very clear from the big picture of the results we now have a clear majority in the country who want to stop back so. most labor voters and many of its m.p.'s want the party to stem this bleeding by firmly advocating for another public votes jeremy corbyn says he supports this but he still focused primarily on winning power the priority at the moment i think is for this government to call for a general election and actually have a general election so we can decide the future has no majority in parliament is no judge to program and parliament has basically been given nothing to do by the government britain's political center of gravity is failing its 2 main parties have lost significant ground the parties voters feel better represent their views on bracks it's whether labor in the tory stranglehold on power is now over or just damaged isn't possible to say yet but calls to end the 2 party system coming from
the bracks of party and pro remain parties and now they'll be harder to ignore rory chalons al-jazeera london. well a surprise breakthrough came from the greens united stands to become the 4th largest bloc in the new european parliament's the greatest success for the environmentalists was in germany where the greens came 2nd 20 percent of the vote states to cover a 1000000 votes in the country's 2 largest parties they also came 2nd and finland on 16 percent and france saw a major upset with the environmentalist europe. pulling 13.3 percent make them the 3rd largest party in arlen's the green party treble this fall from 5 percent to 15 percent series up that was almost emulates in the u.k. when the greens vote share rules from 4.6 to 12.5 percent overall green parties are projected to take 69 seats in the european parliament's making them potential
kingmakers when it comes to choosing the next presidents of the european commission well earlier we spoke to how annoying men who's been elected serious parliament for the greens in germany she lays out their top priorities. it is a new situation in the european parliament that the best and then the a.p.a.p. will not be strong enough to form a coalition of its own so we will have a say in that and that's a good thing we will not so much focus on the personal we will be very strong on our content positions which is fighting climate change strengthening a social europe and strengthening basic european values and democracy democracy in europe so this will be our main focus and then we will have to discuss with everyone and see how much we can get what this for sure that we will focus on the spits and counted out so we are strongly saying that it's the european parliament that has a say and only someone who was running as a spitz and candida in the whole process will have the chance to become
a commissioner from our side we have to be very strong with the guts especially to pricing carbon dioxide so the carbon dioxid tax but the money shouldn't stay with the governments or with it you can commission it has to go back to the people to make it a social program and so basically everything that we tax on products for carbon emissions and all the money that is coming to the commission then has to be given back to the people so everybody was saving carbon dioxide and were saving on his or her missions gets money back whereas people who are very strongly in their consumption of carbon dioxid they have to pay extra so this is how we can balance it and. the climate crisis in a socially responsible way. austria is not without its leader after a no confidence vote for strike when chancellor civil suits to step down opposition parties joined forces to remove europe's youngest leader from office over a corruption scandal dominic king has the story from vienna. just over
a week ago court said a stable coalition astri's far right. now his chancellorship is over after only 17 months in office and his country has government. sacked this was the scandal that engulfed his family partners and eventually ended the coalition the secret video emerged of the freedom party's leaders filmed in 2017 apparently advising russians how their country could increase its influence over austrian politics the controversy led coats to force the party's cabinet ministers from office last week now they have returned the compliment. you have begun to see if you made the entire freedom party responsible for the wrong actions of 2 people who took the appropriate measures as we agreed that's what he did he tried to take advantage of a difficult situation of a government partner he tried to enlarge his own power base for the social democrats it was about denouncing what they call the unconstitutionality of course
his actions and he said shallows that this is a shameless unrestrained and irresponsible power grab this is what we are witnessing at the power in our country is based on people and not you it was a stark contrast from sunday's scene when sebastian cortes led his party to its best european election result in 20 years which makes the opposition decision to force an early election seemed electorally questionable the chamber is now empty the politicians who voted the government out of left perhaps gone to think about planning their election campaign the one irony of this results is that the man who's been forced from office might well soon be back on those same government benches if the opinion polls are anything to go by something mr cortes knows only too well as he told his supporters soon after losing the confidence of parliament been wiped out by the me today. a parliament decided but at the end of the day in
september in this democracy the people will decide and i'm looking forward to it thank you for your support clearly he thinks he can ride that support back to the chancellorship dominic. lots more still to come on the new siren quitting beers in iraq i saw is seeking to exploit any instability arising out of tensions between the u.s. and iran. the court case in oklahoma the kid have major implications for america's opioid crisis. and the case of clay is off and running and paris peter has the action on the french open. fighting has intensified around the libyan capital missiles loyal to the un recognized government battles with forces led by the warlord holly for half there.
or the government is trying to push off those forces back from the airport ruled south of tripoli after launched an offensive in early april to take the capital from forces loyal to prime minister fires. well the fighting has killed more than a 500 people and forced tens of thousands from their homes. when al-jazeera investigation has tracked several military aircraft and spy planes that seem to be supporting have just forces to military cargo planes appear to have switched off their tracking devices to conceal their movements to and from eastern libya the country is currently under an arms embargo imposed by the united nations. well if i have to control as much of libya south and east and leads the self described libyan national army he's supported by saudi arabia egypt and the united arab emirates last week the u.n.
special representative for libya 1st and salami called for immediate action to cut off the flow of arms saying many countries are sending weapons to libya's warring parties. or pro have to web sites have posted full video footage of jordanian built armored cars they said were supplies it's afters forces and said a confidential report to the security council earlier this month you an expert said missiles fired at the tripoli forces in april could points to the involvement of a 3rd party possibly the u. 8 well libya is a un recognized governments has also accused francis all the backing hafter the warlords has attended talks in paris hosted by french president emmanuel mack home let's get more on this william lawrence joins us now live from washington d.c. he served at the u.s. embassy in tripoli and is currently a professor of political science and international affairs at george washington
university thank you so much for joining us on al-jazeera 1st of all there is supposed to be a u.n. arms and bargo but that it doesn't appear that it's being respected by by either party really. that's true both sides are violating the weapons in bargo and there are many countries supplying weapons to both sides but the primary. country for furnishing arms to have to are in the east is u.a.e. and the primary country supporting the defense of tripoli in the west is turkey we are quite sure that the emirates have built an air base for drones in the south. and these drones have been used on at least 7 occasions to hit civilian targets in tripoli as well as many other occasions to hit military targets now the latest reports the jazeera did are remarkable they raise more questions than they answer of course but we see planes flying from jordan from israel from
a number of other countries that are probably related to not only the provision of armored vehicles but also drone technology and and other types of weapons all of which are banned by the u.n. so both sides are sort of pots calling the kettle black and naming the other side there are some theories that the reason why u.a.e. supported have to are to attack on 8 april 4th was because of the delay turkish arms shipment so the these arms shipments are having major impact on the conflict in libya at what impacts that they have because i have to has been trying to say tripoli for weeks now is a really hot success what impact these latest developments have. well one of the other reasons that have to attract tripoli is that there was infighting among militias in tripoli and he thought he could take advantage of that and get some of them to swing to his side but the effect of his. surprise attack
was to unify almost all of the militias in tripoli against him because for them he represents a sort of khadafi or sisi like authoritarian leader which is antithetical to their revolutionary goals it took have to are 3 years to conquer just a few neighborhoods in benghazi and so his military prowess and his. military ak human have not been proven in this fight he did sweep through the south in january with some speed and ability but didn't. have much opposition for example he took the town of that he enters the attach tripoli without a shot fired and so it's mostly just sort of driving armored vehicles around libya and not finding much opposition until he got to tripoli right now all indications are that this standoff in tripoli could last months or even years because of the
parity between the 2 sides and that's why the the outside powers are rushing arms in to try to keep that parity because they don't want either side to lose we mentioned there some of the outside powers you talk of turkey the u.a.e. . supports in various sites but but also some european countries france for example seems to have a dog in this fight why why are they trying to undermine the un recognized governments. france has been playing a double game perhaps the most problematic of the various double games being played by international powers and that's largely because they back have 2 hours after it's against extremist forces in the east and the new revelation in the disease to report is that french intelligence flights may have supported even have tars attack on tripoli we were all very surprised to have to was able to move about 600
kilometers north and no one noticed and certainly with the americans in the french and all of their satellite technology they should have been able to warn the u.n. government and they didn't we also had 2 groups of mysterious french armed agents show up at the tunisian border in the early weeks of this latest conflict with poor explanations about why they were there i think what is going on based on everything i've seen is that france was supporting have to are quite robustly and had a bit of buyer's remorse lately because they were not fully in support of this attack on tripoli even though they played a role as he was moving across the country and now my call has invited both siraj and. have to are to paris for recent meetings and made no headway on getting a cease fire and so france is double game it's begun to backfire and now they're going to have to kind i think reassess and figure out whether they want to continue to back the u.n. peace process and the u.n. government or fully back after the way saudi arabian u.a.e.
in egypt are doing well in lawrence fascinating to get your thoughts thanks very much indeed for going lawrence joining us there live from washington d.c. . now at least 18 people have been killed sight of it in a bombardment by syrian government forces the shelling happens in the town of very her and surrounding villages and left a number of people trapped under the rubble rebel groups have been holding talks in an effort to see quarter nate their response syrian government forces launched a new offensive on last month the country's last major rebel stronghold a cease fire deal brokered by russia and turkey has been repeatedly violated in recent weeks. the israeli military says its attacks are syrian anti-aircraft battery that fires on one of its warplanes the incidents happened close to the abandons border city of nature the fists of the israeli occupied golan heights there are reports of injuries and the destruction of
a syrian military vehicle. israeli prime minister binyamin netanyahu says he's doing everything he can to build a coalition and avoid another election after parliament passed a preliminary motion to dissolve itself less than 2 months after elections seem to offer and that's in yahoo a new mandate he has just 48 hours to form a government percentage of it or lieberman is insisting on a new law extending mandatory military service to all shore orthodox men but netanyahu is ultra-orthodox allies the draft exemptions to stay afloat this is a lot can be done in 48 hours the voters wishes can be respected a strong right wing government can be established we can bring stability and a good government to israel i hope people come to their senses and do the right thing. china and russia will not attend the u.s.
sponsored summit on palestine in bahrain next month the palestine liberation organization has also announced it won't be going from administration is expected to unveil its interpretation of the economic benefits of ending the israeli palestinian conflict and try to attract investment. at least 57 prisoners have died in fighting in northern brazil over the past 2 days 42 inmates were found dead in 4 different prisons in man else in amazonas state just a day after 15 prisoners were killed in violence between rival gangs officials say some inmates are established with sharpened toothbrushes others were strangled or johannes my burghers journalists in south paulo he says there wouldn't have been enough security in the prisons to break up the fights the guards in these cases tend to leave the prisoners to themselves if you like to believe that
these riots they these fights they happen in the in the. security area of the prisons we typically the guards are not them or in and out of referral busy area and when these fights break out in some conflict there is these prisons obviously severely understaffed because brazil's prisons are 200 percent of the full so when this fight breaks out. the prison officials that are on the ground on control what is going on they know that so they rather don't go and they wait and hold the fight is over until things calm down and then maybe they send in negotiators or they call in reinforcements which sometimes takes a while to arrive. colombia and venezuela and peru rather have called on the international community to commit more raids to help with the influx of migrants
fleeing venezuela colombian president ivan decay and his peruvian currents apart smarts in this era said their countries are facing the worst migrant crisis in latin america's recent history decay warns the crisis will continue to venezuela president nicolas maduro remains in power still to come on al-jazeera what city these protesters are doing next to up the pressure on their military rulers. plus fighting off hunger heat and snakes all while living under a tree but her 10 children we hear one mother's cry for help in yemen. and in sports with pizza ready to make history tottenham gear up for the champions league final.
the west sponsored by qatar airways. hello there to ensure rain is still falling across the southeast and parts of china this area of cloud hair is certainly giving us some very lively downpours over the past couple of days in fact some of us here have seen a fair amount of flooding there's going to be yet more rain as we head through the next few days as well say from taiwan all the way through the southeastern parts of china and into the northern parts of it now it's looking fairly wet and that rain just continues as we head through the day on wednesday a bit further towards the south and there's more in the way of sunshine mixed in with the showers here for the eastern parts of borneo though winter still away c.l. looks very wet elsewhere there's a good deal of sunshine just one or 2 showers that that's the way things are going to stay as we head through the next couple of days through the philippines the through parts of vietnam and all the way across 3 thailand as well towards the south they could also be one or 2 rather heavy showers for is in k.l. and singapore as we head across towards india we've had quite
a few premium seen showers here recently and more showing up on the satellite picture there's also been a lot of wet weather in the northeast impulse of india as well and these have given us a bit of flooding expect more showers here anthropos in a poll as we head through the day on tuesday and also a scattering of showers in the southern parts and through sri lanka not pool would just be hot though a maximum temperature getting to 45. the weather is sponsored by cattle and weighs every war makes a devastating impact on cars earthrise explore some of the efforts to recover what was lost from the syrian scientists safeguarding one of our most valuable resources these are important southpaws and we have to make sure they are surviving to the refugees striving to coexist with nature ok so what's going on there simulating what happens when an elephant follows life after conflict on al-jazeera.
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a mass stabbing in japan at least one child has been killed and 16 others injured in the attack in color saki near tokyo the suspects has also dies. france and germany are divided on who should head the european commission angola markel says it should be someone from the center right in european people's party but emanuel micros says the decision must. if like the gains made by the far right it's the greens and the liberals in sunday's european parliament votes. facing as a tense a fight around the libyan capital as those loyal to the un recognise government fired heavy machine guns and forces allied to warlord khalifa haftar and al-jazeera investigation has tracked several military aircraft and spy planes that seem to be supporting his forces. here so it's all in corp feet chrysler has proposed a merger with french manufacturer renault to create the world's 3rd biggest also
maker the your company would be worth $40000000000.00 and combined forces in the race to make electric autonomy vehicles rose merger with japanese carmaker nissen has faced challenges following the arrest of former boss carlos golden on financial misconduct charges. well david carly is and also most of industry analysts and joins us live from ann arbor in the u.s. state of michigan 1st of all here it stands to gain from a merger of this size. well both companies stand to gain f.c.a. has been looking for an alliance partner or a merger partner for a couple of years now before sergio marciano who is their c.e.o. died last year he was very open looking for merger partners proposed a merger with general motors for example renault now because of their
difficulty now with nissan that they have this global alliance with nissan that is on somewhat shaky ground now as you mentioned because the c.e.o. of both companies and the architect of that alliance carlos gone is in is in a jail in japan awaiting trial. and the 2 companies are negotiating kind of a new arrangement under the alliance so renault in a way this f.c.a. offer is very good for them because it will give them leverage to get what they want possibly out of nissan but they also stand to gain some some real benefits from from teaming up with f.c. i think well if if it looks so good on paper i do you think it says quite an easy mark it's a complete specially given the size. no. i mean they can
cut the deal if if if for a nose board wants to do the merger with f.c.a. there won't be any he difficulty in achieving the merger the difficulty will become in making it work because as we have seen there's really been no automotive merger that has worked very well for ca as you know. with the possible exception of f.c.a. itself before f c 8 before fia took over chrysler you know chrysler had spent years in this unsuccessful marriage with with german automaker dime lower ford tried to manage acquire and manage jaguar land rover involved in. you know an aston martin and that didn't work b.m.w. tried to acquire rover and run that didn't work putting together the operations of
2 auto companies in a merger situation where both sides feel that they're equal is terribly difficult because of the big personalities because of the culture different cultural differences see the fia at the acquisition of chrysler by fia it is actually a different story because had a very powerful magnetic personality you brilliant c.e.o. in sergio marchione who is who is able to commit and they they really rescued chrysler says it was a different situation. and with renault and nissan they've had an alliance of over the last 20 years that has been reasonably successful it hasn't in my opinion been. you know a tremendous success of 2 companies realizing synergies and
complimentary things they've had a lot of trouble. chief among them of the french culture of renault and the japanese culture of nissan not really getting along very well while the soviet interesting. if it plays a bit for i thank you very much indeed david kiley there also most of the sea and i was joining us from michigan. now in sudan divisions between opposition groups can say yes' and challenge the transition from military to civilian rule one group rejected calls from other process leaders to organize a general strike on cheese day and weapons say imran khan has more from khartoum. the vice chairman of the transitional military council has been speaking he's issued a very strong statement at a dinner for fellow officers he said the army has no popular support than any other organization in sudan well the people who would disagree with the speaker over that
he's reaching the word made a letter it means civil civil they still demanding a civilian government now the sudanese professionals association the people of cold for their trainer will strike tomorrow also speak english quite a press conference as you can hear every ticket johnson was a very friendly and civilian civilian now they've issued a strong statement as i've said and what they've said is this you've gone with notes he rolled the barrel of a gun let's take a listen to what i had to say a bundle is so what are the sole guarantor of the revolution are the sudanese people and the law and order in what we agree upon as a constitutional declaration or otherwise this is the guarantor of the revolution not a military rifle has the law i mean. right now obviously people are very excited about the general strike it looks like it will hold but will say over the next couple of
days. now there are worries in back done that the growing tension between the u.s. and iran can have dangerous implications for iraq's stability as the fight against eisel continues on the ground is fear the group is just waiting for any weakness in the incident national coalition child stratford explains from baghdad. iraqi security forces. sees an armed groups backed by iran known as the popular mobilization forces or p.m.s. hunt eisel sleeper cells in northern iraq. the u.s. calls the p.m.s. iran's proxy militia they were set up after a decree by iraq's top shia cleric calling on iraqis to fight i saw when the iraqi military. offensive on the city of mosul in 2014 tens of thousands of p.m.s. fighters were formally integrated into iraq security forces 2 years later. military
analysts say they were vital in the battle against eisel for a fight the iraqi prime minister said was won in 2017 but some p.m.s. factions have warned they would support iran if there was a military escalation between the us and iran potentially jeopardizing the fight against eisel. any conflict would weaken iraq's security and defense establishment including the p.m.s. because some of these armed groups would divert their focus from fighting i sell to siding with iran i still would be given a huge opportunity to penetrate the areas they once occupied as we have seen sleeper cells trying to do in recent days. this video shows iraqi military air strikes on eisel targets in the hungry mountains in ceylon who didn't province army commanders say sleeper cells of i saw fighters have been trying to recruit in the area analysts say i saw what exploited any deterioration in iraq's stability
especially if there was a military escalation between the us and iran they have been increasing attacks by eisel in the west in the north of the country in recent months car bombs killed 5 civilians and 3 members of the iraqi security forces in 2 separate attacks in recent days. the hunt for eisel sleeper cells goes on across remote areas of iraq. they rock a security forces continue their military operations across the vast desert. this includes search and destroy missions of any ice in the remenant and sleeper cells that have recently attacked remote villages and towns. as u.s. pressure on iran increased earlier this month u.s. secretary of state mike pompei warned the iraqi government about what he said was intelligence showing increased specific threats against u.s. interests in iraq the iraqi government denying there were any threats from the p.m.s. days later
a rocket was fired into the green zone in baghdad which is home to the u.s. and other embassies no one claimed responsibility a sign that increased tension between the u.s. and iran has dangerous implications for the stability of iraq and could ultimately weaken international coalition efforts to fight eisel which is killed thousands of people in attacks in this region and beyond. that al-jazeera fact that. 4 years of war in yemen has forced millions of people living there to the brink of famine and their crisis is becoming increasingly desperate. in the reports. this yemeni mother has 10 children to feed and this is where they live in a makeshift camp for internally displaced people in the room 8 had to provence in northern yemen all i guess i look back we're living under a tree and we don't have anything and there are snakes which we're scared of yesterday we had to kill one that got too close i struggle for my children i back
so that i can see down. fighting between pro he forces and fighters backed by the saudi u.a.e. coalition has intensified in the province in the past 2 months around 420000 yemenis forced from their homes living in hundreds of makeshift settlements such as this. and the numbers keep rising on this campus in a very bad condition some people have received food aid packages and others of not some people have received tents and others still have to live under the trees the situation is similar to that of homeless people who don't have any found. aid is trickling in through her data port the gateway for 80 percent of yemen's food and humanitarian assistance but hope generated by the huge the withdrawal from the city earlier this month is fading. as fighting on the outskirts raising concerns of the deepening humanitarian crisis growing even worse the war isn't tense acquiring in
many parts of the country where every day we have stories of people fleeing from airstrikes. they tell us that they're hungry and they're worried. things won't get any better they're being different that they've ever had it families such as should feel because a struggling to survive and the chances of aid agencies reaching their remote mountain camps appeared to be fading victoria gate and be al jazeera. souces has told answers either that and men abducted and killed at least 7 people in the northeastern nigerian city of my degree focal her arm is thought to be responsible for my security here is that interest the attackers came in the dead of the night as their victims were preparing to go forward late midnight prayers during the ramadan abducted 7 people took them from the daleks to our area of my degree to the
outskirts of the city and cut them down using my shit is apparently the attackers were trying to avoid going attention on themselves and that's why according to security forces the one not using guns now the killing came hours after the nigerian army denied reports of an earlier ambush that resulted in the killing of $25.00 soldiers around the dam who are says the nigerian army could always spokesman said the story was not true and that there was no such incident around my degree or des moines area over the weekend now but what are my stepped up its attacks in those eastern nigeria just as the multinational drone task force the regional force that has been fighting both from come to nigeria chad and the general public have also stepped up their operations the shaikh olfaction in particular is accused of carrying the latest round of killings because they rarely distinguish between civilian and military targets. malawi's president has been
reelected for a 2nd term in office for been the most competitive election in the country's history face a military coup or won 38 percent of the vote just 3 points ahead of his bible classes jacquier the results which will lead us to the high court ordered a review of tuesday's ballots in opposition as accuse the ruling democratic progressive party of both campaign. u.s. health officials have recorded 60 new cases of measles in the past week alone increased 6 the total number of confirmed cases to 940 this year is the worst outbreak in the u.s. since 1994 the disease was declared eliminated in 2 thousands and health officials blame the resurgence on the spread of misinformation about vaccines. the 1st crucial test of whether u.s. states can hold drug makers responsible for the opioid crisis starts in oklahoma
own choose day lawyers will argue that company johnson and johnson is to blame for the white spread addiction has devastated the states the case will likely shape around 2000 other pending cases across the u.s. and together her reports from oklahoma city. it's a drug crisis of epic proportions that's what i wouldn't busy die for it according to the center for disease control in 2017 close 250000 people died from overdosing on drugs more than a 3rd of those deaths were caused by prescription opioids given to patients for pain faced with a growing crisis oklahoma's attorney general decided to take action to big drug companies purdue pharma and tiva pharmaceuticals have already settled before being taken to court that leaves johnson and johnson who lawyers say are an opioid kingpin these companies we believe made no effort.
when this process began 20 years ago to ensure that they were providing clear and informed way what the downside was oklahoma's case is just the 1st of almost 2000 lawsuits brought by states local municipalities and native american tribes this then is an important test case for the entire nation if lawyers here can prove a multi-billion dollar company like johnson and johnson played a role in the opioid crisis the ramifications could be huge ultimately campaigners say it will save lives and could be the beginning of tackling a crisis has claimed so many legal experts say whatever happens drug manufacturer is watching closely i think it's going to have a really good benefit for the public as a whole in terms of the safety and the marketing of props in april president trump valid to tackle the opioid crisis by providing more treatment and oversight of big pharmaceutical companies we will end this terrible menace we will smash the grip
of addiction we will make our cities safe our communities strong and our future brighter than ever before as one united nations we will work we will pray and we will fight. for the day when every family across our land can live in a drug free america. the opioid crisis has already claimed countless victims over the last 2 decades and continues to blight the lives of millions pharmaceutical companies claim they're not responsible because it's across the us and now primed to hold them to account and gallacher al-jazeera oklahoma city facebook and microsoft are joining forces to prevent foreign meddling in cameras or selections that the tech giants of the greats abyss jefferts on cyber security before the 2 revolts into remove fake accounts from their platforms and parents of
the spread of this information last month the government complained that social media companies weren't doing enough to combat interference. serbian president sir alexander verse it says his country must accept its no longer has control over kosovo he she has told parliament it's time to seek a compromise to normalize ties with course of all the former province declared its independence in 2008 which hasn't been recognized by the serbian government so we lost control over kosovo after a nato intervention really 2 decades ago ukraine's new president has visited troops in the eastern 200 screeching on the front line against russian backed rebels is flawed amir's then skiis 1st trip there since he was sworn in last week is very to achieve a cease fire as he says dialogue will only be possible after the training territory and prisoners of war are returns. indonesia.
a commanding start as he chases a record 12 french open title the defending champion made short work of d.n.a. can from unranked 188th in the world dollars the 2nd seed for the student and dominated every sit in the 1st round match dropping just 6 games. no problems either for another former champion jockey which the world number one beat poland. cuts in straight sets up the riches looking for the 2nd title in paris championships. it was a scare for the 3 time champion serena williams as she dropped the 1st set against . go but she fought back to win dropping just one game in the rest of the match. some of the leading players have struggled including world number 13 caroline wozniacki 22 year old russian for running her crew their mettle roland garos debut to knock was me actually out of the 2. of the 3 seasons away aston villa are back
in the english premier league they beat darby county 21 in the play off final at wembley thanks to goals from garz he and john mcginn disappointment frank lampard and he's 1st season in charge of darby but a great moment for villa boss dean smith he's players and their fans which include prince william who was watching in the stands this match is regarded as the richest game in world football with an estimated $215000000.00 in revenue to the winners and aston villa have already reached out to the prince on their twitter feed the club asking for him to give manager dean smith a knighthood when the next selections are made. and in germany union berlin have made history by being promoted to the top division for the 1st time a goal astroid home to stuttgart saw them win the bundesliga play of thailand the away goals rule it sparked great scenes in the stadium as the players and coach fisher celebrated the achievement of along with thousands of fans who invaded the
pitch that makes union the 1st side from the old east germany to reach the top flight in a decade. tottenham manager merits the approach at siena says he side all rested and ready for the champions league final they'll take on liverpool in madrid on saturday for the top prize in european club football fourteeners future at spurs remains unclear and he's doing his best not to lose focus ahead of such a huge match we can make the story we can write the only story we can provide our fans and i were people i thin and i were family of course. the base happiness in food like that you can provide. and i thin today to talk about individual things is it's a little be embarrassing or shame because you know i thin you're not important spurs have been boosted with striker harry came back in training after an ankle injury the england captain believes the team that handles the occasion better in madrid
will win. we like to drive people certainly like the press and when the but so it came with a lot of energy i think that's enough in trying to control their emotions and control the situation but. have a great chance of winning. the cricket world cup starts on thursday with emerging teams like i've got. to make their mark they play the defending champions australia on saturday with the best bowler in the world and a genuine chance of causing. reports. when cricket was banned under the taliban afghanistan being one of the elite 10 teams to contest the world cup would have been unthinkable but their rise over the past decade has been extraordinary 2 years ago afghanistan was awarded test match status one of only 12 teams to play the most prestigious and respected form of cricket but it's in the shorter forms of the guy their most dangerous and this team has a genuine chance of upsetting bigot's aims in this picked over poseidon world cup.
several of these players have lucrative indian premier league and australia big bash contracts and play county cricket in england but the star is the man considered the world's best one diabolo spin of rashid khalidi you must be so excited about this world cup that you're one of the superstars of the game now yeah exactly definitely very excited every in the world cup squad in the present in my country especially in my 1st 50 or you have to busy and you have the skill you just need to utilize that in hopefully the guys are good everyone is in is working hard and definitively it won't be too far that when it's i will be in top ranks. their coach is phil symonds who has plenty of world cup experience playing for the west indies the players are having to cope with it tough showed you. that training hard all of their opponents in the tour but a part of the world's elite is quite tough you know long long days to get to have
the fast you need to do well for the country as well so we didn't bring those things in the mind that i'm fasting on nor do you know you have enough energy to have enough to eat after after after 30 and then you can just go in a day and play the game their opening matches on this ground in bristol against defending champions australia a difficult start but they'll have plenty of support the tournament organizers the i.c.c. have restricted the amount of teams in the tournament to just 10 which excludes many of the developing nations but 5 as the big nations in lucrative afghanistan still manage to get out of it so teams to qualify and now had to make a mark on this world cup. al-jazeera bristol and that's all the sport we have free for now stay tuned for more later. thank you very much indeed what brings this news that we're seeing a cause to stay with us here on al-jazeera though peter dolby is with you next to bring you all the very latest developments from japan with wayne hague. taking.
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least 2 killed and several others injured in a stabbing attack near tokyo. alone will come on peter dhabi you're watching out of syria live from our headquarters here also coming up an al-jazeera investigation tracks the military aircraft and spy planes that appear to be supporting the war siege the libyan capital. the emus youngest leader is ousted by the austrian palmer following a corruption scandal but vows to return to power.
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