this is al jazeera. everyone i'm come on santa maria this is the news hour from al-jazeera caught up or shut up or shut up. by the taliban claims responsibility for 2 bombings in afghanistan that have killed at least 46 people. we could know very soon the fate of prime minister benjamin netanyahu as israeli voters head to the polls for the 2nd time in less than 6 months. the saloon down ski you are here under subpoena means you are required to is your questions all our questions and donald trump's
former campaign manager faces a congressional committee trying to determine if there is evidence to impeach the president. hello there i'm christi paul in london with the latest from europe including britain's highest court gives hearings to decide whether prime minister boris johnson broke the law by suspending parliament for 5 weeks. and then sport a player while reds have secured their place in the semifinals of the asian champions league the japanese team knocking here china shango an f r i p. j. i've been touring the tour took the 2nd part of 3. we're starting in afghanistan to separate bomb attacks have killed dozens of people and it is just a level days until the presidential election is to be held. a suicide bomber on
a motorbike triggered the 1st blasts in power one province at least $24.00 people died near a checkpoint which was actually a reelection rally for president ashraf ghani who was unharmed but then hours later a 2nd blast happened near the u.s. embassy in kabul that killed at least 22 people the taliban claimed responsibility for both explosions and said specifically that afghan security forces were the targets and remember this is coming after the u.s. president's decision to call off talks with the taliban which were aimed at ending 18 years of war here we go with this report from robert bright in kabul. with a week and a half to go before the presidential election which the taliban has threatened to disrupt the group quickly claimed responsibility for both attacks. the 1st happened at a reelection campaign rally for president ashraf ghani in part of the province the taliban says it suicide bomber was targeting special forces soldiers but as with
previous attacks most of those killed and injured were civilians young a suddenly a man on the motorbike arrived and a huge explosion happened a lot of people heard of marty it and. the attack will be a major concern for all the presidential candidates as they campaign across afghanistan in the coming days even more worrying for the author here in kabul was the 2nd attack happening in what should be one of the most secure areas of the capital the taliban bomber managed to evade tight security surrounding the diplomatic area of the capital detonating explosives at an office of the ministry of defense and then. i heard an explosion and then dust started rising from the site of the attack and there was gunfire i scaped body parts were spread everywhere it was confer. the gunfire was actually warning shots from security forces trying
to clear the area because they feared a secondary attack. as the countdown to election day continues why defeat for the afghan government is keeping the security situation stable enough to allow voting to begin robert bride al-jazeera kabul. right a bit of developing news to tell you about out of saudi arabia the kingdom is now saying it's all supply has resumed it is back up to levels from before saturday's attack on the 2 aramco oil plants you see the news conference going on in jeddah at the moment the energy minutes. not actually the man in picture at the moment but he did make the announcement a short time ago saying the country's oil market will be fully back online by the end of the month so that's weeks away now the background of course here is that the
u.s. has blamed iran for the drone strikes that crippled more than half of saudi arabia's oil production it is the hoody rebels who claimed responsibility for the attacks and they are separately saying that oil security can be achieved if the saudi led coalition stops bombing yemen. more on that story as it comes in but right now israelis voting in their 2nd general election in less than 6 months prime minister benjamin netanyahu hoping for a 5th term in office after he failed to achieve a majority also form a coalition back in april and so he called this unprecedented rerun and now is trying to gain more supporters by promising among other things to annex all settlements in the occupied west bank or from bernard smith now reporting from occupied east jerusalem. he's promised to annex the jordan valley in the occupied west bank and he's warned he may be replaced by leftists who week in israel
benjamin netanyahu is facing corruption allegations and doing everything he can to win this election and try to avoid a criminal trial. the election is close i can confirm to you this morning they are very close i call them all israelis to come and vote just like me and my wife came to vote they wanted you for home good luck and thank you the prime minister's main rival benny gantz his blue and white party took 35 seats in april's election the same as netanyahu could neither was able to build a coalition that would give them 61 seats and a majority in parliament. which leaves i've a door leave of them as potential kingmaker one time friend that of netanyahu loyalist for leave a man refused to enter government with the prime minister saying but too many concessions of been made to ultra orthodox parties so netanyahu dissolved parliament you should think carefully how you will cast your vote who have a wants to see a liberal secular
a unity government with the out the ultra-orthodox should stop and think for a sickened so far early voter turnout has been the highest a more than 30 years but pre-election polls still predict this vote will be as close run those the last it's time to chose that the country is split in so many different ways that it's very sad this election is for about change change that policy doug stick it's a bowl change their years of that 5 yo well i hope dead what a void for e is going to be there one backed i think it will be divided again yeah because it's it's really close this is the 1st time in israel's history that a 2nd election has been held because the largest party was unable to form a coalition the polls close at 10 pm local time in an exit poll soon after should give an early indication of the way the boating has gone and then there could be weeks or even months
a political horse trading before we know who will be the next prime minister of israel burn it's mit al-jazeera in occupied east jerusalem here's the team it covering events for us in tel aviv hoda abdel-hamid to on the earth to screen she is that the headquarters of benny gantz blue and white party hodor i'll be with you shortly sounding that with harry force that had benjamin netanyahu is they could party base how long till the polls actually close less than an hour an hour come on at 10 pm local time and so we've had the latest of this stream of live broadcasts on social media coming from the prime minister benjamin netanyahu as he does everything he can to try and get his new cooed vote up as high as possible and more importantly to try to engineer and nothing of a potential right wing bloc of smaller coalition parties to take him over that magic 61 seat number that you had going to refer to and not report and just in the last couple of minutes the latest of these videos saying it's war until the last
minute get on get out and vote that every vote counts wake up or we risk losing this is being netanyahu strategy for several election campaigns now very much what happened in april and it's been 8 by a lot of other political leaders in this campaign as well trying to convince his right wing base that they're on the verge of losing more importantly that he's on the verge of losing and for him of course the consequences could be much more than political if he doesn't get the kind of power that he might be able to get to try to ward off the corruption charges that he faces there is the 1st preliminary indictment hearing coming up at the beginning of next month allied to that is something which doesn't you know is now really normalized talking about the israeli palestinian but hoskins really vote in very frank terms 4 years ago 2015 he said on this day on voting day the arabs are coming to the polls in droves that sent
a real shock wave through israeli politics people were amazed that he would use race in that way now he's been using it throughout the day likud says that it's been installing cameras just outside polling stations of they want to check faces to make sure there's no voter fraud going on that's been seen as intimidatory he's been messing you know at a bus station in a juice. and with a loud hailer saying that the the voting numbers in arab areas are up higher we have to come out and try to counteract that with the right wing vote so this is something that is now being entirely normalized people aren't shocked by it anymore and it's a major tactic in this campaign right up until the last minute thank you harry for certainly could headquarters in tel aviv now made at the blue and white party in order is there any hope any optimism there that things will be different this time around it is a rare opportunity to get a another shot in an election only 5 months later.
well actually falcon was fear here and white party headquarters compared to the one. point i would say the tone is very subdued probably very cautious at this time . last election there were many supporters just behind me down the food. they were waving flags they were ready and they were very excited and then obviously we got these early exit polls and we so benny gantz and. let people come out and cry declare victory and then they had to retract that none of that so far we haven't seen very few supporters here what we have seen however is both benny gantz and. campaigning throughout the day going out calling on people to go and cast their ballots also you're hearing using some of these. tactics telling
them that if you don't cast your ballot well then. his far right political partners will steal the democracy of israel will change the nature of the democracy in israel and they will have and also a big. corruption. charges that prime minister netanyahu would be facing very soon now your lead co-chair has also been seen on a video calling on people telling them to the turnout in tel aviv which very which where the blue and white party fared pretty well last election getting about 45 percent of the vote this time he said about an hour ago to turnout is very low and has been cooling on the residents of tel aviv to go quickly to the polling stations for those close to. the camp in
tel aviv thank you. and now mon bashar a senior political analyst in london mowen we've talked about this election so many times i just wonder what the chances are of there being anything different it's only 5 months since the last vote do you feel is any thing that's changed or shifted that will make this result any different. mostly psychological i think a lot of israelis are sick and tired of benjamin at the now and i think some feel that a national unity government is not possible with binyamin at the now so while we do it we are now in the midst of this or at the final hour of this horse race and the 2 jockeys or the 2 benjamin's. really heading out there for the for the final finish i think the bets remain for many on nothing you know like the religious camp in israel like the trump administrations others like the palestinian
authority and a few others within the region are betting on white them through party on unbending guns but really the horse race itself meaning the character issue between the former chief of staff and the seasoned politician who's really been in more or less indicted of course option is kind of tiring to most israelis. and yet. this is no this is not just about the horse races not just about the 2 jockeys about the 2 benjamin's this is about bigger issues for israelis themselves this is an issue about democracy about the nature of the jewish state and it is about corruption the economy but for many it is about the religiosity the theology of the israeli state how religious it is or how secular it is and if you notice even the last election that on the parties could not form
a coalition under the leadership of many a minute then you know because of the secular religious split i think that splits remains to be the case and i would even argue further and say that the high turnout is because the election is so tribal. and tribalism is even a bigger motivators for people to fight to to vote even national security for that matter as you talk about turnout and how how do does or how do arab votes figure in this election. well it's going to be important on a number of levels level number one if they are able to get more than the 10 that they got last time and more like the 13 that they got in 2015 i think they thought this might actually affect the number of seats that nothing else knows they could party would be able to get because in the end of the this is the pie and the more parties get pieces out of the pie of course the lesser means for the 2 bigger
parties and already we are projecting less votes for both likud and white and blue party than the last time around and i think the if the arabs are able to pull together and to have this larger turnout translate into maybe 13 seats they would also become the 3rd largest party in israel and if they do or the 3rd largest a coalition if you want israel and if they do and israel is forced to go to a national unity government meaning likud and white that group party going in to gather in some form of a coalition then the arab coalition will be the official opposition party and when you are the official opposition party you are actually entitle the whole host of privileges and rights including a monthly meeting with the prime minister and security briefs. be very curious
to see the next prime minister of israel sharing security briefs with the heads of the arab list or the other coalition is or i think they will probably change the law before they ever shared any such intelligence with the palestinians in israel the polls closing in israel in about 45 minutes time more from owen bashara to come later on. and there's more on this news hour as well as the clouds of smoke spread into malaysia thousands of firefighters are battling to bring in tunisia as far as fires under control. almost angry about the profits that they said. to ask us to give give give what striking workers south america's biggest carmaker really think about their employees and sport we will hear from roger federer who says he is still hopeful of winning the one major title that is so far eluded.
the u.k.'s highest court has begun hearings to decide whether prime minister forrest johnson broke the law when he shut down parliament for 5 weeks more on this one in london a new center here is for the city. by so much kemal yes a lawyer for the u.k. government has told the supreme court that boris johnson was insightful to probe parliament even for political reasons but those arguing against the suspension say it is the biggest abuse of power by a prime minister for 50 years john holl reports now from central london. the barricades that shifted temporarily the prevailing breaks in battle is arrived at the supreme court we have the force to appeals one from england and wales a lunchroom. they both involve the same as you. whether it was lawful for the prime minister advised her majesty to authorize the provocation parliament order in
council at issue whether the court should stay out of politics as the english high court had ruled or a scottish judges decided last week whether the courts should step in when the powers of government are used for purposes other than those for which they were intended our case is that when the prime minister exercises he's admittedly removed discretionary power to advise her majesty geisha it is an improper purpose for him to be motivated by and wish to avoid armament you control over the policies of his government and we know. that the parliament may be proved for a variety of reasons at blessing for all as much as formal. and sasan in the. parliament is not in any sense innocent
and to the pepper nation when you mean speech the supreme court's decision when it comes could have far reaching consequences for an unwritten constitution in this country that relies heavily on legal precedent for a government that may yet decide it wants to prorogue parliament again and for parliament itself there are many many m.p.'s very keen to get back to work as the clock ticks down towards briggs's day on october 31st and if the supreme court were to confirm the scottish judges finding that boris johnson lied to the queen over his reasons for suspending parliament they'd be heavy pressure on the prime minister to resign fundamentally this case is really quite simple it's about this proposition the government admits that parliament doesn't get control whether it's suspend it. and government says courts can't control it either and that is
us all right king proposition an absolutely striking proposition and the supreme court's going to have found difficulty accepting it they are based god democracy where that's not a popular view among sections of the crowd outside the court. 6 directs it tensions on display are ugly combative divisive straight trial no decision look a supreme court is going to change that jonah hill al-jazeera london cut. well the new leader of the u.k.'s liberal democrat says her party faces the fight of its life to stop the country from leaving the e.u. jo swensen says she'll council breaks that entirely if chosen as prime minister she was speaking at a parties on your conference in bournemouth from where reports. it's hard to remember a liberal democrat conference this buoyant this confidence this purpose tens of thousands of new members 7 new m.p.'s who have defected from rival parties and
a new young leader on a mission. we must stop breaks that letter and really you are crystal clear a liberal democrat majority government will revoke article 50 on day one elite because there is no brakes that that will be good for our country. isn't it anti democratic to council a referendum result and council breaks it some say so even if you liberal democrats i cannot vote for you now because i voted to leave. but brecht's it has put the u.k. in charted political waters norms are being discarded left right and center by parties here and joyce winston has decided that absolute clarity is a vote when there is no limit to my ambition for our party and our country and to day i am standing here i'd say you're
a candidate for prime minister thanks britain is headed for an election before the end of the year so m.p. sam jima who's just joined the party from the conservatives says you can't call a policy and he democratic when it's about to be put to the people it's not extreme if the country votes for a liberal democratic government then that is their money 1st and that is not extreme at all and is no more extreme than what we potentially have today which is a minority conservative government trying to implement a new deal that nobody voted for and that's a view endorsed by members. friend was a democratic a self i think was a party politics and a mistake revoking article 50 should they get the mandate through general election absolutely because the mandate would be that the consequence is that the lib dems lost experience of power was near extinction in the country next voted but that was when they controversially shared government is
a. big cameron's conservatives can the liberal democrats win the election expected in november or december well probably not they are still 3rd in the polls behind the conservatives and labor but recent years have shown us that the polls are often fallible anything can happen. said she was going to coalition with either boris johnson or labor leader jeremy called him she's in this to win challenge how does he run. and i'll have more from your place in this right now though it's back to come up ok see you later felicity now the u.s. house judiciary committee is hearing another round of. testimony to see whether there is enough evidence to impeach president donald trump the president's former campaign manager has been testifying and heidi has been watching in washington what's been said heidi. i'm also we're hearing from corey lewandowsky who as you said is a former trump campaign manager he's also
a continued confidant of the president and really he hasn't said much that's because the white house counsel has told him that he is limited by executive privilege to only answer questions relating to the moeller report now lewandowsky does count as the 1st official witness under the house's impeachment inquiry and so this is a big deal for the democrats who are hoping that lewandowsky would shed some light on one specific episode in the white house in which he was instructed by the president to threaten to fire the tourney general jeff sessions if he did not work to limit or stop the russian vest a geisha and he did not elaborate on that moment though this is what lewandowsky said during his opening statement i'd like to start off by expressing my hope that today's hearing will be productive in revealing the truth both to the committee and to the american people for the record and as you likely know i've already testified
before congress on 3 separate occasions so lank with the staff of the special counsel's office there too my time and answers were given freely and without hesitation i think in one form or another i've already answered questions for well over 20 hours so now here i am before the house judiciary committee to answer the same questions again. i'm just saying reaction from donald trump heidi on twitter who has said such a beautiful opening statement by coralie korea thank you cory so that's what he thinks just a further question for you heidi about where this is actually go and you know it's really baby baby steps very early stages of anything involving impeachment isn't it i mean there would be a long way to go. yeah and you know there's a lot of confusion surrounding that question come all because really democrats aren't clear where they want to take this because they're fighting against competing political interests for the party you have the democratic base that is
really hoping for impeachment proceedings to begin and then you have the moderates who are really unfollowing underline of the house speaker nancy pelosi who want to protect their seat and she says if they vote to begin impeaching the president really there's nothing to gain because they can lose their seats and in the end as we all know republicans still control the senate and trump will not be removed from office so at this point democrats are really standing at a spot where they need to make a decision soon the majority of their caucus have said they would welcome officially launching impeachment proceedings but they have yet to take that measure come on ok i get your castro in washington thank you. still ahead feel on this news hour the innocent victims of a growing reliance on dads families left homeless in the drive to provide power to india. and in sport the footballer who produced rather of the top performance of this is just here in training the whole we'll have that and the rest of the sports
a little later. hello there's something of a feeling of a changing season it's a great feeling just yet resource sheryl's across the caspian bit more cloud developing in southern iran across the gulf for felix are pickier 6 to show you because it's too quiet tres terrans warmed up to such 6 degrees baghdad's around about the forty's remark we saw 14 are in just as a close to kuwait in the last couple of days as well so it's not really looking like a change of season just yet but it should be coming $36.00 the seating in qatar is to a fair. humid by early morning and late afternoon the clouds in the skies bit more obvious now but the monsoon should be retreating so the chance of showers in yemen or oman is less now the drizzle isn't quite so obvious in salalah beef though it is
still there for the moment so dry picture little change at the moment in south africa should be seeing the change of seasons into spring of course which tends to preserve a bit more activity didn't see much on the satellite picture to be honest but in the full cost set in this class society of the western cape and a hint of chi maybe inland of the doubt somewhere and a suggestion maybe the winds are blowing in circulating around cape town this could generate a little bit of rain same is true further east in durban which is a $24.00. from inside the walls of a west african prison comes home. a chance to create to express emotion and take the 1st steps towards rehabilitation. a renowned choreographer shares his passion for dogs inspiring prisoners to perform and to reach beyond the ill deeds
of the past and the confines of their present the dance that these witness documentary on al-jazeera peace between ethiopia and eritrea has meant to park areas future for the iraqi people. that we have to create farmland for ourselves for iraq's it's a matter of survival. a movement trying shows us how the iraq campaign with life on the edge of the border. my ethiopia on al-jazeera. me.
on the news here at al-jazeera these are top stories of these 46 people killed in 2 separate bombings in afghanistan just 11 days out from the presidential election the taliban says it was behind the attacks on afghan security forces with the targets. saudi arabia says it has restored 50 percent of the last oil production since the drone attacks on saturday the united states says it believes the attacks came from southwest iraq. and is ready to voting in a 2nd general election in less than 6 months prime minister benjamin netanyahu is seeking a 5th term after he called a rerun but he failed to achieve a majority or form a coalition back in april. thousands of firefighters are working around the clock to try to contain forest places in indonesia and burning in some of the borneo islands the smoke has spread to neighboring countries as well which is sparked a diplomatic row over who's responsible indonesian police have arrested more than
$200.00 people accused of contributing to the disaster these forest fires do happen every year in indonesia usually started by farmers clearing their land cindy president has even said his country has been negligent in tackling the fires. we shouldn't need a meeting like this every year it should be automatic before the dry season starts everything must be ready but this time we've been negligent again so the smoke has gotten bigger the efforts are being made to clear the indonesian haze from neighboring malaysia florence louis reports now from kuala lumpur. this is what kuala lumpur and many parts of malaysia now look like the heavy smog is caused by hundreds of fires burning through forest mainly in neighboring indonesia during the dry season land is set alight by farmers to clear it for new planting across malaysia schools are being shut on days the air pollution is
considered very unhealthy. ilhan been mohammad she has asthma and the frantic syndrome and has had to skip school for several days on one hit so much difficulty breathing that he had to go to the doctors 4 times. we're worried about his health but his body he keeps complaining about wanting to go back to school and be with us meant meeting his friends and all that. yeah i think if this situation you know cannot go we are going to be quite a cool way to strace for a stressful time for us as a family the malaysian meteorology department is conducting cloud seeding hoping to artificially create a raid in an effort to clear the small. crystals. to be dispersed. scientists say the little water will condense around these newly introduced particles in the clouds and increase the chance of rain. for that to
work there has to be enough clout to produce rain and even if there is there may not be enough rainfall to reduce the haze. as long as there are still forest fire and the winds continue to blow from day to discrete in the his will return but at least we'll be able to temporarily reduce the bulletin index in indonesia the government has sent in thousands of military and the police to help put out forest fires in sumatra and the province of kalimantan in borneo its environment ministry has also sealed off plantations operated by dozens of companies where some of the fires were allegedly started but until the monsoon season arrives next month the smoke is forecast to continue choking the region florence lee al-jazeera kuala lumpur more news from europe now and police in
northern france have cleared the mind which is home to about a 1000 people we're back to from london for more on that now that's right the migrants have be moved from a camp called the gym near port its closure follows british border police intercepting 120 migrants crossing the english channel in small boats in the past week sonic reports now from france's northern coastal city of dunkirk. they carry as many of their belongings as they can a family on the move once more from a place that was far from ideal and they still do not know what awaits them under the eye of the french police these asylum seekers do what they are told making do with whatever they have and relying on the french authorities were told that it up when the office of the state services are now responsible for what happens to these people in
a company but it's they're also being referred to the local authorities. this makeshift camp. and down kirk was where some 700 people many of them families had set up some kind of shelter they are now being taken by police and will be dispersed across the country. they had no idea where they were going the most they hope for is to escape a life of destitution but there's no guarantee that they can do this as aid agencies have seen before many times at the end of the day what will definitely happen if they don't wish to claim asylum here and they don't because they don't speak french and they don't have family here if they will come back. the night before the eviction some were already preparing for another up evil others like this syrian man severely wounded he says by bombing in syria wants to cross the sea to the u.k. where he says he has relatives he doesn't want to be identified for safety reasons
but he believes a better life awaits him there for us in syria and my life was terrible i spend more than have until i got through i want to go to people who are very. very very dangerous or someone to drive. it until we can go. the hundreds of people who were here have now been moved on most of them want to enter into countries legally to work to send their children to school some will make it others will fall through the cracks and in these times when immigration drill strong opinions from across the political spectrum a viable solution to the situation is still a long way off. out as era. spanish newspaper el pais is reporting the country is heading towards
a snap election after the royal palace said no candidate has enough support to be voted in as prime minister axing prime minister pedro sanchez's socialist party has been trying to form a government since april it will be the country's election in as many years. italy's former prime minister matteo renzi is splitting from the center left democratic party which could stretch the country's shaky ruling coalition renzi had a leading role in forming the new governing alliance between the democratic party and its former rival the populist 5 star movement the 2 came together just 2 weeks ago to stop nearly election after the anti immigration league party walks out of the government's runs he says he wants his new party to do politics differently but stressed it will continue to back the competition. well the british sculptor antony gormley has always used his medium to challenge the way people see the world from the british coastline to the rooftops of manhattan sculptures are recognizable
around the world now 45 years of his work is going on display at the royal academy of arts here in london jessica baldwin has more details. look carefully in the ornate courtyard of london's royal academy and you'll see a tiny sculpture it's not about national identity or horowitz or idealized sexuality it's vulnerable in form indestructible in iron it's based on the artist that day old daughter placed directly on the courtyard in this very grand architectural fat thing and i think the contrast of phase 2 images really asks us to question our place and our relationships of the planet and the future. inside the show gormley has further disrupted the 150 year old gallery a continuous 8 kilometer hollow tube of aluminum is energetic the wild orbits reflect gormley interest in physics and subatomic paths. english clay
and atlantic sea water to a depth of 23 centimeters it's a marriage of the most basic elements is it a destructive flood or a promoter to kill super spawning life. an optical maze of steel mesh holds avoided its core the center is the average size of a modern bedroom. the outdoor works by gormley are better known and thrive on the ground scale only found in nature. the massive angel of the north stands 450 kilometers north of london atop land where miners worked underground in the dark. total darkness in the royal academy visitors walk through the cave reflecting the artist's belief that with closed eyes we are better able to understand ourselves. in this world of constant distractions coralie's works bring a stillness and
a silence it's art stripped down to bare life the art feeds on observation it demands personal interpretation making people more aware aware of the space they take up in the world and where they stand in it jessica baldwin al-jazeera london or that's it from here in europe let's go back to dave hall and rejoin felicity thank you india has built at least 6000 dams to supply water no electricity to millions of people however environmental environmental activists so the dams are also responsible for flooding villages and even causing deaths as a report now from the state of mother pradesh in central india it's. raanjhanaa by gore is returning to her home by boat to find out if there is anything left of it. there is not much to see except water.
her home is in one of the $192.00 villages in the catchment area of sadar soror dam which was built across the normal river. this year heavy rains almost filled the reservoir and its back waters flooded many villages in the central indian state of market british. a lot of savings were spent in building this house now how do we get the money to rebuild it. activists say at least 30000 families have not been compensated in full and they have nowhere else to go dams were described as temples of modern india by the country's 1st prime minister but have they delivered on the promise of development not for those whose homes have been submerged and environmentalist say the damage they cause and the costs outweigh any benefits. so darter over dam see a symbolic of much of what is wrong with large dams in india there are almost
$6000.00 of them and they have a lasting social and environmental impact. in every village where there are not listened to 1000 victories and if the trees get some closure in the biomarkers the greenhouse gas emissions come up analysts say other countries in the world are rethinking the value of dams and conserving their rivers but india is going in the opposite direction if you look at the last 4 big 8 since $1000.00 needy 90 percent of. meters come before the months have been frittered from has gone for water has gone from wrong water holders sure the dams are not believing on the promise i bought the indian government césar vasser over dam as an economic success story expected to ease water problems and supply electricity to 4 indian states villages say that's come at a cost. of the whole villages being destroyed there is water
as far as you can say. families have lived on the banks of the normal for generations they worshipped the river but now the waters have been harnessed for the dam they've lost their homes and their way of life. al jazeera. india. well late night talks and a strike at america's biggest carmaker have failed to find a breakthrough and $50000.00 general motors work instead on for a 2nd day saying they're owed higher pay and improved contracts off to rescuing g.m. from bankruptcy 10 years ago but i'll hang with one off in flint michigan. where in flint michigan it's a company town it's a union town and you can tell that by all of the horns honking as they passed this picket line sending the message that they support these g.m. workers that have gone on strike this is the 1st 2nd day now into negotiations do continue we've been told by the union that they are chalking that they talked late
into the night at the same time they're sending a message that they're still very far apart saying that only about 2 percent of what they need to agree to has been actually agreed to so negotiations continue the picket lines continue all across the country these workers sending a message to general motors that they even have made the company has made a huge profit and it's time for them to share the wealth. in the shadow of the iconic headquarters of general motors their workers now off the job and rally in the public. passing by with peeps of support daniel rider should be making engines but he's here and he's angry i'm also angry about the profits that they said. continue to ask us to give give give the giant automakers asking employees to pay more for their health insurance but the union says there are bigger issues they want more money fewer temporary workers and a slowdown in downsizing g.m.
has plans to close 5 plants in north america this one is closing in january taking with it chaz acres job installing headlights. every car keeps coming down the one we have a certain allotted time for each and every car there is no stopping there is no saying down we stand up and move 8 plus hours a day the closures have angered president donald trump and he has been rallying against him on twitter and in the white house that continued on monday we don't want general motors building plants outside of this country and we're very strong on that he hasn't been able to stop them but these workers are betting that this strike can the negotiations are ongoing at this hotel behind me in the background of all of these talks those going to be what happened at the beginning of the great recession general motors was going bankrupt so federal taxpayers gave the company $33000000000.00 since then they've been making tens of billions of dollars in profits we sacrificed a lot for the bailout and now they're getting the profits and then i get nothing in
the province g.m. says they've made a strong and good faith offer but some here say it's not even close to enough. i think it will last anywhere from a couple weeks to a couple months because they're so far apart that will cost g.m. billions it will cost him thousands and if it goes on long enough it could potentially cost the broader u.s. economy as well political hane al-jazeera detroit michigan. the argentina is waiting for the international monetary fund's decision on a loan to boost its economy with 30 measures saying president popularity i'm outlooks on likely he will be reelected in next month's election and stories about explains one thing that plays a crucial role in argentina's economic and political life is the u.s. dollar. it's 10 o'clock in the morning in argentina and the question everyone has is how much is the dollar today argentina is in the middle of an economic
crisis and it's the u.s. dollar that's in the spotlight once again france as above in one of the crises in argentina a secret. things happen again argentina is look at the dollar and people want to save themselves and sort of the country in general in the past year recession is everywhere even though the national moneys that they saw it's the u.s. currency what runs the economy the main reason is inflation because a raise in the value of the u.s. dollar immediately translates to a race in the price of almost everything in the early 20th century argentina was $1.00 of the richest countries in the world thanks to the export of beef wheat and other farm goods but things changed in the 1930 s. because of the great depression the united states and political instability and since then argentina has defaulted on its sovereign debt several times and inflation has almost always been in the double digit this museums and shows how they are doing time currency has depreciated over the years and in a way it explains why argentines preferred to save in u.s.
dollars the word crisis and devaluation appears repeatedly in the coin museum of when a site is over the years argentina has not been able to solve its main problem the economy needs dollars to grow but the country spends more than it produces so it needs to borrow abroad that's what precedent machree did since taking office in 2015 market restoration work to go over the expectation was to generate capital inflows and generate growth through investment. one have you had a lot of pork for your inflows but not as much investment magri was a bit too optimistic it took too long to adjust to fiscal issues and how you had to keep interest rates too high for too long and people already know mistrust the value of the pieces and that's why people have been going to the banks to either buy dollars or get their money out a lot of comments about that the u.s. dollar is not only used by the elite in argentina but by all sectors that run to
buy dollars as soon as they have some cash it's how people try to preserve their cash close to dollar. rise the economy are common in argentina but people like mike say it will not work out well and i mean in 19012001 there was an attempt to tie the past so to the dollar it was a convertibility at that time it was not a dollar rise ation but the states did not have a monetary policy it controlled inflation but it devastated the economy to. be tended in that massive crisis in 2001. next few months will be difficult ones for argentina but he's unable to amend an economic pattern that repeats itself over and over again that is how will. we still get your sport head on the news are. bad the. button that on your flight that is the rugby team heading the high notes ahead of
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nicolo barela grab a very very late equaliser world senate st petersburg are back in the competition for the 1st time since the 16 the russian team drew 11 with leo in the early kick off with a hole that little 4 will begin their total offense in just a few minutes time they take on italian side napoli of the south tower study him in naples is the 2nd time in 2 seasons the 2 teams been told together in the champions league group stages napoli one of the few teams to inflict a defeat on your in clubs men last season you cannot imagine how normal it is to carry on after the celebrations every of the all the private things always sold out it's so easy to carry on normal if you have the right character if you go nuts and start taking drugs and drinking and driving different cars or whatever and leave your mrs at all because it involves a chance to see the winner of the i can't help you but we are a lot like this we want to have you want to create more stories. games in all this
tuesday last season something far less are actually snail in their opening group game and if it's again little messi is on the bench for barcelona taking on dormant or you venters are why i'd let you carry madrid wednesday in their striker gonzalo higuaín produced or rather one of the top performance during training and 1st kicked out in assistant coach ouch and then decided to give his vent to theory or an advertising holding the very beat up that's occurring in the 1st round. in the champions murcia city are running out of central defenders ahead of their game with shakhtar donetsk don't start in this set for a month on the sidelines after picking up an injury during training i reckon the porters are also facing a lengthy injury lay off. you handle good situations you know you handle. this team did it for the person we want this is an incident like this nobody gave us anything we want for ourselves. we're going to do it again our way from europe
and reds have held their nerve to reach the last 4 of the asian champions league the japanese team edged power shanghai s r.p.g. on away goals the 1st leg of this story in charge of finished in a $22.00 draw in go. ahead in front of a higher ground trying equalized after the break but couldn't get the 2nd goal that very needed aiming to win this title for the 2nd time in 3. 0 declan bihari victim jaime may well have won 20 grand slam titles but there's still one major fry prize that eludes roger federer the swiss says he's desperate to win an olympic gold in the men's single before he retires the 38 year old says he hopes to achieve that goal in turkey or next. yeah i mean i'm very excited about the prospect to maybe play the olympic games but i'm not quite sure yet my planning goes until wimbledon next year which is a couple of weeks before the olympics so i guess i'm going to be deciding on the
olympic games in next few weeks hopefully next month or so and look it's been such a special event for me over the years me and my wife in 2000 carrying the flag and things in beijing for us for this was a limpid delegation which was a huge dream for me come true for the olympics are part of the hosting the rugby world cup that starts this way organizers say 96 percent of tickets have been sold for the upcoming tournament of 2 time defending champions new zealand play south africa in their opening game on saturday while the home team play russia on friday 20 things taking part in the 6 week event which is being hosted by japan for the 1st. human more than half a 1000000 fans are coming to japan from many parts of the world and we're very encouraged by the fact that they're heading here this event is going to be a trigger for many japanese people will be affected by the schools we can then gain more funding here in japan then more children can play rugby that's what we're hoping for while the sent home their attack character rob howley due to an alleged
breach of betting regulations harley's been part of head coach warren gatland support team for more than a decade. because. when you heard about sides playing in perfect harmony this also clearly a part of the talking and team singing abilities the squad that breaking out into an impromptu sing along as they landed in sapporo ahead of their 1st pool match with england on. an american so that sarah thomas has become the 1st person to swim across the english channel 4 times without stopping. this year's at the end of a 210 kilometer swim which took just over 54 hours the 37 year old finished treatment for breast cancer just last year. that is always what i well i thank you a whole polls closing in israel in just a few moments the team in london will have all the latest for you after the break.
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