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here they are the mission of army. and i'll just your stories about telling people what they think is happening in their culture. file live rounds as protest against fill the streets after the killing of schoolchildren on monday. hello and welcome to al-jazeera live from my headquarters in doha the end of the prawn i'm also ahead the british pound sings to a record low as johnson stand on. the personal details of 106000000 people a stone by hakka and one of the largest breaches in banking history and
afghan seek to preserve what's left of a cultural legacy that was decimated on the part of. sudanese security forces have been responding with live ammunition and tear gas as protesters once again filled the streets. a song clear how many people are injured but several hospitals in the city all the months have been treating protesters with gunshot wounds demonstrators are angry about the killing of 5 protesters including 4 schoolchildren at another rally on monday facing pressure at home and abroad the head of the military join to declare that the killing of peaceful students is a crime opposition groups are demanding an investigation into monday's killings.
when what happened in l a boyd is the straw that will break the military council's back we need to know who committed the massacre in the military council has to address them and seen them to court if they don't then let this council and the professionals association and the coalition of freedom and change go to hell. have a moment has the latest from neighboring n.p.r. pia there have been concerns that this protest so once again what's known violence just like mindless protests and violence now we've heard from medical sources in the city of on demand which is that of the captains of up to and the hospitals are putting that there is one that will ensure it are protesters who came in with gunshot wounds there are also reports of other injuries that due to tear gas canisters as well as to the due to the rapid support forces are running over protesters in several parts of khartoum but protesters are saying that is not going to stop them they came up to climb down the violence that happened in a lot late in lansford to find yesterday what high school students are
a month to test the lack of bread and the heights in the prices of asportation and steel and they were met with us it's forces which fired live munitions or existence 4 of them high school students protesters are also demanding that the opposition coalition in the midst of all of this will clearly change. minutes we've been talking time to follow and sessional government they're saying that if the protest opposition coalition ignores the violence and the teacher is in talks that they will lose the last of the street and the protesters that they were sent. to other news now the u.s. wants germany to help ensure safe navigation in the strait of hormuz as tensions with iran continue the u.s. embassy in berlin says it's formally asked germany to join russia and france and a mission to combat what it calls iranian aggression in the gulf waters the u.s. has already deployed forces there as part of a pressure campaign to force iran to renegotiate the 2050 nuclear deal many german politicians was concerned that joining an american led naval mission could drag
european countries into a war the british pound has fallen to its lowest level against the dollar in almost 2 and a half years economists warn the sterling could fall further as the likelihood of the u.k. leaving the european union without a deal increases prime minister bars johnson wants a new bridge to deal with the e.u. leaders and is refusing to meet them until they agree to renegotiate john holl has more from london. well dramatic it may be but it's no great surprise this for all in the value of the pound it has fallen on aggregate for the last 3 years since the brakes at referendum in june 2016 now reaching its lowest point since march 2017 that was the date when the article 50 process was triggered giving the u.k. 2 years to reach a deal to leave the european union and that exit date has now been delayed twice to october the 31st the new deadline and that is now in the focus of the minds of
investors as they look at forrest johnson the new prime minister's promise to take the u.k. out on a buyout over the 31st come what may do or die deal or no deal in the warre for investors is that this process this brinkmanship strategy with the european union boris johnson saying he wants a deal demanding such a high price for that deal the removal of the dreaded northern ireland backstop that the e.u. are almost certainly not going to comply leading this country if not inevitably will irreversibly certainly forcefully towards that no deal breaks it that investors are pricing out into the value of the pound their concern of course that a no deal brags it would so chaos on the financial markets the world economy this is the biggest the 5th biggest economy in the world it could tip britain into recession pro breaks it supporters of course say that all of the consequences of no deal are overplayed investors certainly as far as the value of the pound is
concerned not taking any chances. the person and out of more than a 100000000 people has been stuck with an hack targeting u.s. financial services firm capital one the bridge is believed to be one of the largest in banking history all of those affected over north america the f.b.i. has arrested an engineer artist she allegedly boasted about the hack on line our correspondent kimberly hellcat has more. the information that was made available was personal in nature individuals who had applied for credit cards between the years of 2005 and 2019 with capital one bank it was addresses it was birthdays social security numbers or other government identifiers all put out on a public forum code hacking forum that allowed for these individuals to have their information exposed now there has been one individual who has been charged and has appeared in seattle court awaiting another court appearance on thursday charged
with fraud and abuse but the concern is that from a consumer standpoint that the bank did not immediately detect its vulnerability now it has assured consumers that no fraud was committed with their information as a result of this exposure but given that it's only been a few weeks since this hacking was detected many consumers not feeling completely confident about that now this is an increasing problem in the united states not only has capitol one been affected but in previous years we've seen banks like j.p. morgan chase bank of america citibank the average cost for a bank to deal with a situation like this more than 8000000 dollars so it certainly has a financial interest but also in consumer satisfaction to try and rectify what seems to be an ongoing problem for banks in the united states and around the world a battle between rival gangs in a jail in brazil has killed at least 57 presidents 16 beheaded when this perfect
home via the latest in a series of riots in the world's 3rd largest prison system which the president has promised reform. has the nativist. inmates on the roof of the regional rehabilitation center in the northern city of al tamera while fellow prisoners battled it out below gang members in one prison block took over the cells of a rival gang 16 prisoners were beheaded dozens of others died from smoke inhalation when their cells were set on fire. oh prisoners families waited outside for news and shots were fired by riot police to restore order after the 5 hour killing spree. to pull them up what are you knew. it was a fight between rival gangs there weren't any demands to the authorities by prisoners the only demand from others was to keep them safe the inmates were separated according to the gangs and now we have to wait for the list of victims
and those who survived the rebellion that go. to prison officers taken hostage were freed on home this is the latest in a series of course all right. during his election campaign last year president diable scenario promised a crackdown on crimes in jails and reforms of what critics say is this a very overcrowded and underfunded prison system versus the sickness of the ministry of justice and public safety has made space to send a criminal gang leaders of this rebellion to federal prison we are great these days and of finding out how to step up our intelligence security our national forces already on standby myself out that mean your son brazilians have expressed a little sympathy including a federal politician and former police officer he posted a video saying no one is going to miss them if they can't commit crimes again after the u.s. and china brazil has the world's 3rd largest prison population with nearly
a quarter of a 1000000 inmates. many belong to gangs who are notorious for their viciousness against rivals illegal drug use and bribery to maintain their control with most prisons controlled at state level this latest riot is a further test for president both sonora to deliver on his election promises sort of hired at. still ahead on the progress and growing calls to nullify a day of central american migrants to claim a thought of him on the product of the u.s. class. in normandy whether demolition of this dam has sparked a buck or 3 to opposing environmental vision. how the city is no downpours still producing some very wet weather across the
southwest of china in particular up towards sichuan province we have seen more big rains coming through here widespread flooding mudslides power cuts crop damage trees toppled as you can see emergency services are already working overtime as a result of the pretty bad weather that we are seeing that wet weather will continue as we go on through wednesday all the way down into northern parts of vietnam the apostle of indochina in fact speaking of china into the south china sea we do have developing tropical system it's making its way towards hong kong nudging further north woods what is taking on into thursday and we are allowed to see flooding coming in here by this stage as well heavy showers continuing to across aloose on the northern parts of the philippines looking particularly just looking pretty disturbed to western ghats we've seen some very heavy rain recently into karachi southern parts of pakistan seeing those monsoon rains more the same as we go on through wednesday particular into the northwest of india pushing
a little further north which. bangladesh the northeast of india will see some heavy showers over the next couple of days don't want to show it to southern parts of the varian potential but for the most part it's hot dry and sunny. i have been looking at your instagram account and it really takes a. behind the scenes this is a dialogue when donald trump announced his candidacy for president after that everyone has a voice best chance for democrats to be. inspirational county. join the global conversation on your thoughts get. on down to 0.
good to have you with us on al-jazeera and these are our top stories saddam's security forces have been using live ammunition against protesters gathering and on the. film thousands of people are joining matts rallies across the country after 5 demonstrators were shot dead by police on monday the british pound has fallen to its lowest level against the dollar and almost 2 and a half years economists warn the current see could fall further by the fears of another daily breaks that threatened by promise to bars johnson. and personal data belonging to more than 100000000 people has been stolen in the back targeting u.s. financial services firm capital the breach is believed to be one of the largest in banking history. they alleged all the minds of the september 11th attacks has he
may be willing to help victims' families and then also against saudi arabia that's according to reports that say that in the 10 how to check muhammad wants the government to abandon its bed to execute him attic on hand reports from washington d.c. . the survivors and victims of the september 11th attacks believe saudi arabia was behind it and they are suing to prove it now they might get help from an unlikely source suspected mastermind khalid shaikh muhammad in the lawsuit lawyers asked to speak to muhammad and he made a surprising response seeming to offer to cooperate against saudi with a condition remove the possibility of a death sentence writing in the absence of a potential death sentence much broader cooperation would be possible the president who often sides with saudi could face pressure this time to make the deal that it could virtually bankrupt saudi arabia all their assets in the united states and elsewhere could be. seen so the incentive for mr trump as opposed to others
to wave in is not very great but still it may be in the year 2020 that the united states population in general is not going to be sympathetic to mr trump running in seeking their vote if it looks like he's taking the side of saudi arabia over the victims of $911.00 and on the senate floor monday saudi arabia a source of extremism and bloodshed in the world a clear indication that the country's relationship with the united states is strained senator citing the killing of journalists as one reason the war in yemen another. by now we are well acquainted with what has been a best the incompetent and at worst criminal actions of saudi arabia's air strikes in yemen all evidence suggests that the saudis have been 10 can only targeted hospitals bridges power stations apartment buildings weddings schools and yes even
a school bus filled with children his plea to senators override a presidential veto and stop an $8000000000.00 arms deal with saudi it failed to get the votes needed the bill on reconsideration fails to pass over the veto of the president of united states but the pressure on saudi continues in the u.s. house of representatives a committee has released a report on ties between the trump administration and saudi in the united arab emirates the investigation focuses on attempts by saudi to obtain nuclear technology according to congressional investigators the relationship was so close that when candidate trump was scheduled to give a major energy speech his close friend tom barrack circulated the draft among iranians saudi officials and then passed suggestions back to mr brock who conveyed them to trump campaign chairman paul man of fort the house says it will continue to investigate the relationship and the senate says it will continue to try and block the arms sales meaning regardless of what the president wants saudi arabia will
likely stay in the u.s. headlines for the forseeable future political gain al-jazeera washington. because the senate wasn't able to block that the u.s. government is free to go ahead for such an guided munitions and related equipment worth of $8000000000.00 it will be some saudi arabia and the u.a.e. a weapons monitoring agencies has a 5th of all u.s. sales between 20132017 which a saudi totaling around mind $1000000000.00 at least $6000.00 civilians have been killed in yemen the majority by sound the u.s. coalition strikes me. senate is here the weapon sales will make the us complicit and more killings orlando smith says media coordinator for the campaign against arms trade and he says public pressure is needed to force the white house to change its attitude towards saudi arabia the message being sent from the white house is very clear that arms company profits are more important to the white house than
human rights of people in saudi arabia and for human rights of people in yemen but the fact that it's even got this far is unprecedented the fact that we have seen both houses in the united states both the house of representatives and the senate condemning arms sales to the largest buyer of u.s. weapons is without precedent so i have no date the pressure will continue but the message being sent by donald trump and his colleagues is would rather sell weapons to save the arabia than do what we can to put an end to the worst humanitarian crisis in the world we hope that people who vote for donald trump are just as appalled by these arms sales as people that don't vote for donald trump but this isn't necessarily an issue about donald trump or an issue about republican party this is an institutional issue donald trump may be a particularly grotesque example of that but he is following a policy which has been in place for decades with has been republican
administrations or democrat administrations both parties historically have been more than happy to arms exports ahead of human rights and have been extremely cause if it's a do if you fall way says it seen a sharp jump in revenue up 23 percent in the 1st 6 months of the cea suggesting u.s. actions are much slower in the chinese tech giant yet the u.s. president blacklisted holway in may blocking its access to u.s. suppliers power has been one of just a number of disputes leading to a tariff wall between the world's 2 largest economies will talk to address those issues are resuming in shanghai. police in california have identified the gunman who they say used an assault type rifle to attack people at a food festival and 19 year old man opened fire at the event and gilroy on sunday killing 3 people including a 6 year old boy and a 13 year old girl the attacker was shot dead by police within minutes. the mother
of an alleged iceland member is challenging the u.k.'s decision to share information with the u.s. without guaranteeing that has somewhat and face the death penalty hearings have begun in the case of. who is being held in the kurdish camp in syria but could face trial in the u.s. as mother says the u.k. home secretary should have ensured that information was only used in line with russians and he capital punishment stands the case is being heard in the supreme court after being thrown out of the high court in october last year clive baldwin is the senior legal advisor for the legal and policy office at human rights watch and he disagrees with the the previous judge's decision. if the supreme court in the u.k. is looking at both the u.k. policy on human rights law that applies in the u.k. the u.k. should not be assisting in any way a new trial is which of fundamentally unfair and which could lead to the death penalty that's been a basic parts of u.k. law and u.k. policy for decades now as
a country that the death penalty. but we just see what will happen in the court this week but it highlights a fundamental issue which is that of course those responsible for some of the major crimes that well crimes or crimes against humanity committed by i so and others in both iraq and syria need to face justice and those most responsible need to face justice but justice needs to be fat for us and for many a trial that faces the death penalty can never be fit ideally for justice to be rio it should be as close to the scene of the crime as possible but human rights watch and other organizations that have been working in syria and iraq we know that the kurdish controlled areas they don't have the justice system to put people on trial so in many ways we think the best way would be for states who is nationals of their lives to commit crimes or take those citizens back and investigate and put anyone. guatemala's president jimmy want out of his face in criticism of the and
immigration deal he signed with washington they got him and forced the central american migrants to claim asylum and guatemala and said of the humanists well hundreds protested against the move over the weekend and now the country's human rights prosecution is asking the constitutional court to nullify the deal david meserve reports. one never imagined to be forced to flee his home country but after political protests swept through nicaragua last year one started receiving threats because of his work at a local university fearing for his family's safety one took his wife and young son and headed north even now he's afraid to reveal his identity. at 1st we thought about the united states but we started to think about guatemala el salvador and mexico you don't hear anything good about these countries but in the end we opted for guatemala as we heard it was better than mexico as mexico and the united states crackdown on undocumented migrants more central americans like
juan are filing for asylum in guatemala what a mall has never been a country where foreigners have asked for protection in fact over the past couple of decades only around 20 people per year have been granted asylum but now that starting to change and in this area alone since the start of the year 35 people have requested asylum and it's a trend that experts say is sure to continue on friday one amala signed an agreement with the united states to become a safe 3rd country a place where migrants on route to the u.s. would have to stop and apply for asylum donald trump forced the deal through by threatening to tax remittances and impose tariffs on portable and goods watermelon civil society groups have already filed legal motions to have the agreement blocked . people who work with refugees in guatemala say the country is ill prepared to deal with an influx of asylum seekers. people seeking refuge in what they have a really tough time they have trouble finding work housing schooling for their
children and access to health care to see to ration here for what the precarious for people from other countries is much more difficult armando fled his native el salvador after being shot 3 times by a teenager demanding $10000.00 an extortion payments for years he supported his special needs daughter by working odd jobs before meeting deborah and starting the asylum process. the application process is really slow it's really tiring i know people who have been waiting for more than 15 months to get a definitive answer that's more than a year without access to employment or anything we're going through a crisis carving out a better life in guatemala won't be easy but a growing number of refugees say they're left with little choice david mercer al jazeera and western guatemala. now there's been a massive fuel leak in a press stay in an area of southern chile where 40000 liters of days and spilled
into the sea off the coast of patagonia it is one of the most untouched places on the planet chilean navy ships are helping with the clean up a mining company blamed for the leak says it's already been contained. now the demolition of a dam in northern france is dividing environmentalist some say removing the normandy will restore life to the celdran river but others want to restore for hydroelectric power natasha buckley reports from normandy. in normandy as lush countryside the verizon dam spans the cellular river built nearly a century ago to create hydroelectric power it was long considered a feat of engineering but in recent years the dams capacity to provide energy has diminished so the french government ordered its demolition to allow the valley to return to its natural state he'll bear a who's overseeing the project says the dismantling the 35 metre high structure is a huge challenge we all played for him or for us to drain the water we had to
destroy this building because it was in the way we made holes at the bottom of the dam to prevent flooding then we started working on dismantling these pillars of the was the saloon river flows into the picturesque bay of the world famous small semi shell site some environmentalists say that fish including salmon eels will return to the river for the 1st time in decades once the dam and a smaller one nearby are removed you see the zen back on the environment of these 2 dams on the river was i and getting rid of them allows biodiversity to return to dams were expensive to maintain produced many more electricity and they were out of step in regulations not everyone believes that destroying the phase that dam is a good idea people have told us in this area that for them its policy of the landscape is positive. they're history and they worry that removing this barrier will lead to a greater risk of flooding in the future the banks of the saloon are dotted with
charming stone cottages the mayor of this local village campaigned for a decade for the dam to be saved he says restoring it would be more ecological than destroying it. part of a network of possible sustainable energy sources that we should be maintaining and developing it makes no sense to deprive ourselves of that when you ability that these dams have always provided even the quantities of small this expert says the removing the dam is controversial but people living in the area will benefit of out with it. people will rediscover a landscape or have disappeared for decades local people will have to get used to it but they will be able to enjoy the beauty of a living river vezina is the biggest dam to be demolished in the european union to date it's part of why do european legislation to restore the blocks rivers and biodiversity its removal highlights the challenges of environmental policy and while it will raise a chapter of history it will restore
a link to the past the al-jazeera moment france. a plane crash in pakistan has killed at least 18 people 13 of them on the ground all 5 on board the small military aircraft to die and it was on a routine training mission when it came down in a residential area. now about as far as national museum in the capital kabul is marking its 100th anniversary many of its previous lama card effects were destroyed by the taliban 18 years ago an artist and now working to restore them hoping it will turn a page on a dark chapter of the country's past a tory occasionally reports. shares it in software has been working at the afghan national museum for 38 is he was one of 3 museum employees ordered by the taliban in march 2001 to bring statues out of the safe room for them to destroy he says the
taliban was wrong to target the museum. it's important for afghanistan because it shows the history of this country it's not about worship it tells us how people lived in the past. side mohammed was a taliban commander at the time the museum was ransacked he has no regrets. about there used to be many tourists from around the world coming to afghanistan they weren't just here to visit they were here as part of the pilgrimage i think in an islamic country there is no place for the keeping or showing of statues. it's been nearly 2 decades is the taliban was toppled from power many afghans are worried about a future peace deal between the united states and the group they say they don't want to go back to a time when their cultural heritage was systematically destroyed. we are afraid that if. we like again such kind of.
act against heritage regime is so concerned he's looking for an international company to ensure the museum's artifacts so that if necessary they could be moved abroad meanwhile afghan artists curators and international experts are restoring the damaged displays hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of pain stake. work to ensure those determined to raise afghanistan's heritage don't succeed victoria gayton be al-jazeera. now again on the problem in doha with the headlines on al-jazeera sit in a security forces have been responding with live ammunition and tear gas as protest as a once again filled the streets. it's unclear how many people are injured but several hospitals in the city of on the monster the
been treating protest as with gunshot wounds demonstrators are angry about the killing of 5 protesters including 4 school children at another rally on monday all facing pressure at home and abroad the head of the military joint task of the killing of peaceful students is a crime paper morgan has the latest from neighboring ethiopia and there can be seen and heard on the streets and hearts and various of the cities across the damage students have come out to protest and condemn the violence that happened in a late north on monday morning now it's not just high school students who are protesting there are also civilians as well as university students there saying that there should be justice and accountability for the deaths of at least 5 protesters or high school students now most of these protests as for activists have been met with tear gas in the cities. and live ammunition in the city of durham and there is concerns there are concerns from the protesters that there will be more deaths the u.s.
wants a germany to help ensure safe navigation in the strait of hormuz as tensions with iran continue the u.s. embassy in berlin says it's formally os germany to join britain and france and a mission to combat what of course of iranian aggression and gulf waters the u.s. has already deployed forces there as part of a pressure campaign to force iran to renegotiate the 2015 nuclear deal. the british pound has fallen to its the lowest level against the dollar and almost 2 and a half years economists warn the currency could fall further the likelihood of the u.k. leaving the european union without a deal increases promise to boss johnson wants a new brakes a dude with a unity does and is refusing to meet them until they agree to renegotiate well those are the headlines on al-jazeera do stay with us the stream is coming up next thank you for watching. and potentially more dangerous that's the best we've described which happened in the smoking alternative known as vapor i enjoyed the
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