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china groups have held a rally in hong kong organizers say the rally is to condemn violent acts during recent protests and show support for hong kong's police but mcbride has more. in a city more used to protests against its government this day belong to the pro establishment camp thousands turned out for a so-called safeguard hong kong rally calling for unity in a city that's become deeply divided and angered by pro-democracy demonstrators a minority of whom have turned to violence. if you break the law you go to jail they chant. among the government supporters this local business association worried the continuing unrest is hurting hong kong's economy. and we are on people but we seen on t.v. a lot of people coming out because of the chaos and we need to protect our home we need to create more positive energy but as well as people from hong kong it was
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clear many protesters were being brought in as organized groups from mainland china . still they would argue as a chinese city they have the right to defend it and its embattled police force accused by protesters of using brutality to break up largely peaceful demonstrations far from using excessive force these people say the police have shown remarkable restraint against hostile demonstrators and have paid a heavy price in terms of officers injured it comes amid reports that morale in the police force is also suffering ringback and on saturday news of a new threat is this standoff continues police show off a cache of weapons they say they seized in a raid on a warehouse unit that included a large quantity of an explosive often used in bomb making along with material linked to the movement opposed to a proposed extradition law that's now been suspended at the moment we're still
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investigating the motive. of that fences and whether the explosives what other uses of that explosive we're still investigating with no concrete evidence to prove that it is relating not relating to the incident the tomorrow he's referring to is sunday which will see another big rally by the pro-democracy groups still angry at what they see is the growing influence from mainland china rob mcbride al jazeera. still ahead here on al-jazeera it's the 40th anniversary of the nicaraguan revolution but has been changed for the better. also learning to walk again how a group of therapists in ethiopia changing the lives of patients one step at a time their stories on the other side of the break.
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how they say snow rains continue unabated across a kid parts of central china can make saying $132.00 millimeters of rain in just 24 hours in that long line of cloud which stretches from the southwest eases up towards central and eastern parts of china staying very much in place further big downpours and as we go on through the next day or sanding say the main focus for that wetter weather in a similar area perhaps thinking a little further south was as we go on through monday you could see some rain just pushing up into hong kong temperatures here at around 32 degrees still plenty of rain into well taste in parts of india the western ghats still saying big downpours up towards the central plains as well so over towards assam state where we've seen some very heavy rain a recently pushing across into behind of course that has led to further flooding signs of the floodwaters just starting to ease at the moment and hopefully that
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will be the case as we go on through the next couple of days but you can see the situation still pretty poor at present more big downpours across the northeast of india bangladesh pushing up across the far north of india more heavy rain through the western ghats and now that rain pushing back into moment by we'll see temperatures in new delhi at 36 degrees. fly cattle are airways and experience economy class like never before cattle are always going places together.
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look like you're watching officer of me said obama reminded of our top stories the u.k. foreign office or some of their own charge of tension continues to escalate in the gulf the u.k. is telling all british ships to avoid the strait of hormuz are now warning comes after iran sees a british like the oil tanker in the strait on friday france and germany are calling on iran to release the vessel and the e.u. says it's deeply concerned. the suspect who allegedly shot and killed a turkish diplomat in northern iraq has been arrested as a 27 year old muslim dog killed the region's deputy consul general and 2 other people on wednesday. now thousands of people are marching to the u.k.
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parliament hoping to persuade the next prime minister to stay in the e.u. organizers of the march for change say they want to send a pro europe message to boris johnson the man tipped to become the next prime minister and stop the breaks into chaos that he baba joins us now live from parliament square in london he's at the march watching what's going on i mean what's the main message coming around to those that have attended this march. this is much bringing together a number of different groups it's not specifically like the other marches that we've seen in recent months for people's referendum per se the slogan is you are saying no to boris yes to europe we've heard speakers on the stage behind me say that they're full of hope that breaks a good hand these stars but of course there is that deadline of the end of october a man that everyone believes will be the next prime minister boris johnson says that if it needs to come to it he will take fortune out of the european union or
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not state without a deal that's a nightmare scenario for lots of people here i know extremely angry that that is a possibility with the prime minister being chosen by a tiny percentage also u.k. population in other words the conservative membership which is fairly happy with what it will call our hearts grex if they're worried about that direction even though they're saying that they believe that they have public opinion on their soil and the calls that the voice is a loud and strong that the you are they will continue to be around and strong inside the parliament and outside of it as we lead up to that date at the end of october. that's right these 324 position in the way that routinely without a deal. on the 30. because we're hearing from people like chancellor merkel of
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germany and the new president of the european commission as you have on delay it that they are willing to consider an extension to the negotiating period we're also hearing that there's a great number of conservative values including ministers who might vote against their own government to stop no deal if that actually cakes a lot of people are saying perhaps boris johnson will take the olive branch to brussels is apparently giving him the motive behind the scenes. trying to negotiate beyond october which he could sell to the hardliners in his party but i was just a technical john late seeking solutions to things like the irish border in that case then he could come back with a new deal if it's perhaps far fetched it is a possibility but the problem remains how to get such a high level so most people here would say the only way out has to be a referendum or a general election we will see what happens for the moment thanks joining us from
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london. let's head back to the middle east now where there have been explosions across yemen's capital sanaa after a string of saudi unit strikes the saudi media says coalition jet fighters targeted to the military camps destroying their defenses and missile storage sites there be no reports of casualties but it does come after a series of drone attacks from yemen's who the rebels are targeting airports in the south of the kingdom my mother. and son are. they have targeted the. what is known the 21st park which has been which has been used as a military camp for long decades also they have targeted a military camp to the north of the capital sanaa as well such strikes have made many people here in the capital start to wonder why the saudi arabia has targeted. the capital sanaa after a long period of nearly 4 more over one month they haven't resumed their
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targets on the capital sanaa is even during the whole of these attacks are on the saudi vital economic anomic targets. what we have found also that the hope these military spokesperson has released there be have targeted the saudi king. base in jaime's more shades in the tally ation to what he described the saudi attacks on the different yemeni civilian areas so we couldn't confirm who started the even the saudis or the host these but so far the attacks that have that have taken place in the capital sanaa have been resulted in any casualties because we have targeted. military comes which have been the same targets for saudi fighter jets for over 4 years. in iraq you
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the 40000 of us through the triumph of the revolution that toppled dictator understand there are some also in the capital supporters of the governing party filled the main square to celebrate but for many nicaraguans the party president betrayed the ideals of the revolution that they fought and fought home with a small area out the moment when the car was some of the meets the rebels finally try an interim the capital my mare were of the top. playing a dictator. in the same day 40 years later they're back to celebrate it in troubled times now the sandinistas seen by many is the repressive ruling power president and former rebel daniel ortega called for a divided nation to come together when eric i mean what's the road to be able to work study have health care have highways to get people out of extreme poverty what's the fundamental condition piece people need peace to work and live.
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for those not with him it brings hollow mullin child with the sundanese does it she feels or take a betrayed the revolutionary cause long ago. 100. they keep mentioning peace but this concept of peace they talk about doesn't correspond to reality because today there kidnappings of people have gone up and murders of innocent people it's shameful a state of impunity and criminality under this government the president in the eighty's will take has been back in power for the last 12 years they promote with accusations of nepotism and growing the authoritarian isms. since protests broke out last year hundreds including mollen child have been thrown in jail civil groups and media have had their offices run sacked and demonstrations and so we've been banned. so on the day of the anniversary the streets were left to
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the sundin easters government supporters are all in numbers in the capital they say that the opposition a little more the right wing coup mongers and point to the things the president take is done especially for the country's poor also feels like. i'm 100 percent sandinista my house fell down in an earthquake and the president ordered for it to be rebuilt and say. we are here to celebrate with our command because he's the only one in history who's worried. about the people housing health education is the best the t. shirts read here no one is giving up in a country in turmoil it seems the mood even on this anniversary is on survival rather than triumph john homan how does it make it i work. physical therapy all physiotherapy as it's also known is considered a luxury in ethiopia there are very few therapists available to treat tens of millions of people and even then not all of them are qualified and they are hurting
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reports from a suburb or. rebecca nya dec lost her legs in a land mine explosion she's a refugee from south sudan and was sent to add as a buffer physical therapy treatment now after 2 years she's learning to walk again but when we came to ethiopia they welcomed us we came because of the crisis now we're waiting to learn how to use these artificial limbs this is the 2nd time for me to come here. ethiopia's physical therapy program is just getting started and the demand is staggering with an estimated 105000000 people in the country there are only 7000 doctors a physical therapy but give an example here was one of the 1st the hands up program started in 2002 and going there you have seen i was among. the students to enroll into this program and after 10 years or in the launch of the stockton program i was also the farthest thing in order to this program so for sure i feel like playing at
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the school fish and 3 doctors a physical therapy work at this clinic in alice avodah and treat patients like rebecca others are scattered across the country as of now they're graduates from the 1st and only doctor class in ethiopia mohammed hussein is another patient he had a stroke and relies on his rehab to move again. who thought he knew i suffer from this and was shocked when i found out there was physical therapy here i thought it was a luxury not this i feel awful that's. the services here are free paid for by the government but when we visited there were a few patients getting help at the clinic. one of the biggest challenges with physical therapy in ethiopia is lack of awareness most people don't even know that facilities like this exists but even if they did there still aren't enough therapists to treat everyone and he said a misconception existed in most parts of you know county because not only physical
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therapy even is that what we have to question about. some of the physically disabled are often reduced to begging at times relying on their disability to make money even though ethiopia's physical therapy program is relatively new it's still more developed than in neighboring countries many patients from south sudan sudan and eritrea rely on the facilities here to gain their life back for rebecca her new legs mean she can get around in the refugee camp where she lives part of her treatment is learning how to walk on an even ground similar to the surfaces in the camp the one during the time when i didn't have these legs i was just sitting at home with no place to go because i had no mobility progress on a national level is slow going but for patients here it comes one step at a time leah harding al-jazeera at us africa. the joy of the 20th marks the 50th anniversary of the 1st moon landing.
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for me but i want to. as a storage milestone is being celebrated the world is also looking forward to what could be the next moon shot. well reaching for the moon was the mark of a superpower and defined the space race between the u.s. on the soviet union but it's now 50 years since american asteroids planted the flag on the moon surface and the club of nations with luna ambitions has expanded explains. the u.s. space agency nasa wants humans back there as soon as possible the 1st new mission could be a soon as 2024 and the construction of a lunar base could begin 4 years later it's estimated nasa will need $20.00 to $30000000000.00 in january china made history by landing the china 4 on the mysterious far side of the moon it's still there collecting samples that help us understand how the came to be india is also on track to becoming a major space power is chandra
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a young one over to the mean back in 2008 and confirm the existence of ice at the lunar poles it also wants to launch chandra and to destination the south pole of the main the 1st human made machine to go back. europe's largest active volcanoes a sleeze mt etna erupted overnight spring molten lava and plumes of ash balls were close briefly because of the ash clouds is one of italy's 3 active volcanoes and popular with tourists. georgiadis there with me is the whole raman a reminder of our top stories the u.k. foreign office has summoned iran's ashaji defer as tensions continue to escalate in the gulf the u.k. is telling all british ships to avoid the strait of hormuz for an interim period the warning comes after iran seized
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a british slang to oil tanker in the strait on friday france and germany are calling on iran to release the vessel and the e.u. says it's deeply concerned has more from the iranian capital. we've just heard that the iranian foreign minister mohammad javad zarif who is on a visit in venezuela has spoken to his british counterparts and they said that the ship will go through the q. legal procedures before it is going to be released he said that this incident is an act of legal seizure on like the seizure of the iranian oil tanker in the strait of gibraltar on july 4th by the british navy the reigning foreign minister told the british foreign secretary that this has to go through the legal process and the british foreign secretary for his part expressed his disappointment at the events that unfolded the suspect who allegedly shot and killed a turkish ship emerge in northern iraq has been arrested. 27 year old
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a muslim dog killed in regions deputy consul general and 2 other people on wednesday thousands of pro-government protesters are holding a rally in hong kong organizers say it's to condemn violence during demonstrations against the now suspended extradition bill people hong kong police say they've seized what is thought to be the largest amount of explosives under covered in the city ahead of sunday's pro-democracy rally. the 1st regional elections are being held in pakistan's northern tribal region the territory bordering afghanistan was merged with close up of the province last year and until now has been ruled by councils of tribal elders. 50 years after the 1st moon landing inspiring millions worldwide the united states is going looking to the stars it wants to send a strong astronauts back to the moon by 2024 amazing pictures of history of course you can follow all of those stories on our website at
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a man suspected of killing one of its diplomats in the kurdish region of northern iraq. stay in the e.u. that's the message for me and the tour is rallying in london as the country moves closer to a change in leadership. and. area i'll give him a hero's welcome the team known as the desert fox is turned home off to being crowned the champions of african football. britain's foreign secretary has spoken with his a rainy and counterpart and expressed quote extreme disappointment over to her on seizure of a british flagged ship in the strait of hormuz on friday the u.k. has now warned all its ships to avoid the strait for now and the caution from the u.k. as foreign secretary comes after iran sees the british flag oil tanker in the strait on friday jeremy haun says he's worried to her on is going down
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a dangerous path. we will respond in a way that is considerate but robust and we are absolutely clear that if the situation is not resolved quickly there will be serious consequences so france and germany have condemned the seizure and the u.s. central command has intensified air patrols over the strait in response to iran's action it's also deploying troops to saudi arabia against what it says are credible threats well iran zope and an investigation into alleged violations by that british flag tanker and says it was involved in an accident with a fishing boat before being detained we have 2 correspondents following this story we have a door such a bar in the iranian capital will join her in just a moment but 1st over to any of barker and london with reactions coming from their need because as we're saying there's been a phone call between jeremy hunt and muhammad divides
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a reef what do we know about what was said or home told zarif that he was extremely disappointed with the seizure of the vessel and zarif responded by saying that the vessel will remain detained and go through some sort of legal process just to remind you this is almost a mirror an exact mirror of what is happening to the seized iranian vessel the great swarm that was seized by british forces and police off the coast of japan at the beginning of july it has had its detainment period extended by 30 days to allow for some sort of legal process this is seems to be only adding fuel to the fire the strong belief within the foreign office here in the u.k. that this is simply a tit for tat seizure a direct retaliation for the seizure of the grace one earlier this month and when jeremy holland a warns iran against choosing what he calls
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a dangerous path what are we to read into his comments. well the biggest concerns that are currently being raised by the u.k. and its european allies france and germany who have also waded into this dispute by showing signs of solidarity with the u.k. are concerns about an escalation of tensions in the region particularly a military escalation and what we have interesting really learnt at least from a statement made by a spokesperson from the iranian revolutionary guard is that the vessel that was seized in the strait of hormuz may have actually be being flanked by a british warship when it was sea by the iranians meaning that they may well have been some close brush with iranian revolutionary guard and british military forces the last thing anybody wants given the ramping up of tensions is some sort of escalation militarily most certainly any loss of life that potentially
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could be seen as a critical red line by the british authorities of the moment all indications are particularly from jeremy hunt and other officials is that diplomacy should come 1st we haven't heard anything from britain's defense ministry about this incident they are refusing to comment on the situation so far but it does appear very clearly as if military tensions are most certainly reaching a worrying new levels at the moment ok marco with an update from london thank you let's not cross over to doris and her bari she's joining us from tehran so they arabians are quite clear in their version of the story dorsai and they say that that ship had failed to observe international maritime rules and regulations but what are they saying about the next steps.
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well there were even we've just heard from the spokesperson for the revolutionary guard and apparently it is being confirmed here that there was a british warship that was accompanying this vessel and the warship apparently did try to intervene and prevent the iranian revolutionary guards from seizing this vessel but they revolutionary guards were there at the request of the local officials in the strait of hormuz on friday because apparently this ship had a small accident with a fishing. vessel in the strait of hormuz and that's when they tried to make contact with this ship and there was no response now we've also just seen footage that's been released by the revolutionary guard that shows the moments when the commanders of the revolutionary guard dropped down from a helicopter onto this vessel and seized control of it they have released this footage recently which shows that the revolutionary guards did seize this ship and
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the iranians have said that this was their preventing this vessel because it had gone dark sessile had turned off its g.p.s. system the tracking system on this muscle was off and they weren't able to as well established any contact and that was a concern a security risk and that is why they seized it and they haven't specified exactly what happened to that 2nd military british vessel but there is confirmation that this vessel try to intervene but there revolutionary guards were not having it and they've said that this vessel is taken to be on their boss with $23.00 crew members on board where in the days ahead they will be interviewed to try and figure out what exactly happened the feeling here is that the iranians were carrying out their due diligence in the strait of hormuz which is their will to territory they say and it's up to the revolutionary guards to protect these waters and this is an example of how they managed to solve and dorsami was saying a moment ago that the view in london among some is the can be this is some sort of
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tit for tat a reprisal for the seizure of the grace one of the iranian press one that's still currently held in. jail get the sense in iran the this is exactly what's happened. no many officials have said that this is not iranians reciprocating this is not an access by the iranian revolutionary guard this is them and forcing international maritime law in the strait of hormuz the iranian foreign minister mohammad zarif has the commenting on this in his visit during his visit in venezuela today he said that this is very different from the act of piracy that was carried out by the british navy in the strait of gibraltar on july 4th when they seized the new reigning oil tanker that was carrying 2000000 barrels of iranian crude oil we also have to note that this ship that was seized by the iranians on friday was empty it
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was heading to saudi arabia where it was going to be loading up with fuel that when they seize that it is if there was nothing on board the radiance of said that it's very very different we have international maritime law to uphold in the strait of hormuz and that is exactly what we've done and there will be a legal process that is to follow before we can talk about releasing this british vessel ok i got a door so to bari with an update from to iran thank you so as we mentioned earlier the u.s. is the pulling troops to saudi arabia is the situation in the region bros tenser the pentagon believes the deployment will provide an additional deterrent some of its over $500.00 military personnel have already arrived at the prince sultan air base south of riyadh the u.s. withdrew its forces from saudi arabia back in 2003 markets is the former assistant secretary for political military affairs under president george w. bush is joining us live from.


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