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why i'm citizen this is the news hour live from london coming up in the next sixty minutes clamping down on the slave trade year a pan african leaders meeting in abidjan promised to evacuate hundreds of migrants stuck in camps in libya. donald trump was wrong to retreat videos from a british hate group and stopped short of withdrawing his invitation to the u.k. . tough talk out of the u.n. on north korea but the security council remains divided on just how to respond to pyongyang's latest missile tests. russia gets ready to start its role as next year's world cup host the games gathering in moscow at a friday's group stage group. leaders in libya have agreed to the emergency evacuation of refugees and migrants
facing abuse in detention camps the plan has been drawn up as a joint e.u. african union summit in ivory coast it's not clear how the deal will be enforced but migrants are expected to be sent back mainly to their home countries the touch about to report from abidjan. well the theme of this summit was huge but there is no doubt the from the outset it was dominated by the issue of the refugee slave trade in the bia and by migration we heard from the host of the summit the president of the ivory coast in the beginning who said that everyone had a collective responsibility to do something when at the end of the summit what leaders decided is that they would try and repatch reate those migrants and refugees that are trapped in libya that they had also launched a task force to try and crack down on people smuggling we spoke to many people here who said that that is just a case of firefighting and what is really needed is a long term strategy to deal with migration. african and
european union leaders condemned the refugee slave trade in libya in their final statement they promised a task force to tackle traffickers and urgently repatch rate anyone who's trapped there. there are women and children living in inhuman conditions we have agreed along with the e.u. and the un to set up a task force for repatriating at least three thousand eight hundred people. leaders say there are more than forty refugee camps in libya where people are bought and sold by those with little respect for human life. well the leaders here have committed to helping refugees in libya there were very few do tells us exactly how and when they will require create them and they were also very frank about the new task force they say they'll put in place to combat people smuggling. there was also no mention of the french president's remarks to reporters that military action against visage we have to. strengthen the process of legal migration but
the same time we have to stop to get illegal migration this is. a common obligation used workers say until young people have real opportunities little change we want next time african leaders in reply leaders to come together and say we are going to support two hundred five hundred one cause you have stocked up but from africa and from europe and here are the resources that we put in place those are practical things to do is you know of telling us in the declaration that yes we are going to empower the people but how are we going to empower the people there's no doubt that ending the slave trade is an urgent priority but unless gnostic solutions are found to persuade people to stop leaving home in the first place human rights abuses will continue to affect africa's most fun noble this was
the first summit between these two organizations there were more than eighty leaders here from the african and european union's and what they said was that this is really an opportunity for a new era in relations one that was far more equal in a sense it was a an attempt to try to redress the balance of the past but one more many experts have told us is that for as long as the european union continues to pour aid money into africa it is going to be very difficult to do that. many of those refugees gathering in libya are trying to find their way to europe with those who do manage to make it across landing in greece. in the number of people arriving on the island of less force is severely straining emergency facilities conditions are so dire that some refugees are resorting to self harm in the hope of being taken out his journey home now reports in the third part of our series from lesbos. in a busy cafe outside the main refugee camp on lesbos island. to tell stories of
self harm and abuse on your way out of. had been absent i know of some people who cut themselves so that doctors can see there and let them go along with the body of the. people have been here for more than a year and they are tired and psychologically and well they will hurt themselves in any way just so they can leave this island inside the camp more than six thousand people share facilities designed for just a third of that number in conditions that appear to be in breach of their human rights many have severe medical problems a man with little bolts of his knees. a husband whose wife is about to give birth. the letter says this gentleman has had two recent hospital admissions in mytilene with chest pain it sounds like he has significant coronary artery disease. but there is no easy ticket out of this place or off unless by silent the asylum
process can take each year or more it's you and therefore greek government policy now to stem the tide of refugees into europe we've heard stories about people. making themselves sick have you heard these stories can you confirm that they're so it's true they do these things that quite common all the time we hear it those sorts of injuries and that they have various problems with their health but it's something we've become used to and i've been here for years at this camp and for all the years i've been here this is been going on. the words there of the camps doctor and surprised he says at the lengths people are prepared to go to because of the conditions here that that senior members of the european commission have visited this camp and nothing changed even the greek health minister has visited this camp and nothing changed the medical charity dog. because without borders concentrates on mental health and sexual violence inside the camp if this
horrendous and it is unacceptable so for me the question will be. what is pushing people to take this measures this extreme measures. and what do you think that the policy it is that you probably since today they're pushing people to to complete them on this their nighttime temperatures here in single figures and yet these are some attempts there's no hot water nothing but wood fire to protect families from the cold in conditions like these the sick get sick and the desperate do desperate things jona how al-jazeera lesbos greeks. the u.k. prime minister to resign may has again condemned the us president for sharing anti muslim videos jumper's hit back by telling may to focus on tackling terrorism in her country barnaby phillips reports from westminster in central london. on
a tour of the middle east forging a post breck's it rolls for britain in the world this is not what the prime minister wanted to be talking about the fact that we work together does not mean that we're afraid to say when we think the united states got it wrong and to be very clear with them and i'm very clear that retreating from britain first was the wrong thing to do. back home in london the government argues that britain's ties with america military cultural diplomatic of what make the special relationship and this will endure long after the current president has gone the prime minister will always have regular calls with the president and she has been explicit in criticizing this tweet and i know that she will always make sure that she calls it out where she sees it and that is what she's done here. but a tweet from another minister who is a muslim made it clear the president had hit
a raw nerve. donald trump has upset a lot of people here in westminster in fearing he still invited to london on a state visit that would involve the queen in practice it's very hard to see that visit happening any time soon the president has provided a huge probably steve bruce to a fringe far right movement britain first which has never come remotely close to success in any form of election here in the u.k. . britain first wants to end immigration and ban islam in the u.k. and the fascist groups believe it has about one thousand members. it's deputy leader jade a friend whose tweets were retreated by the president is facing charges of using threatening and abusive language she's thanked the president for retreating her messages to his more than forty three million followers saying god bless you trump god bless america barnaby phillips al-jazeera westminster well let's get the
american perspective on this from our white house correspondent can really help me what is the white house saying about the fact there is such a round. the white house has been relatively muted on thursday it's letting the comments that it made late on wednesday stand essentially from both the press secretary sarah sanders as well as the deputy press secretary raj shah that they believe the position of the trumpet ministration is that there is a legitimate security issue to be discussed in the midst of this and there has often been this sort of resignation by the trumpet ministration that there is a recognition that it really can't in any way control what the president does on social media in fact just the opposite doubling down on that position telling reporters in fact that the president may continue to talk and tweet about this issue as we saw late on wednesday the president pointing the finger at theresa may
saying don't focus on me focus on the threat inside the united kingdom here's the problem for the president all of this though as we're now into day two of this controversy what is being focused on if the administration wants to talk policy is a policy victory that he may be poised to have in the u.s. senate that is what we are expecting would be the headline this vote in the senate on comprehensive tax reform the president desperately needs a legislative victory it looks like he may be getting one but no one is talking about it because of the president's own actions on social media can i just wish more rumors of a shake up of the trump team and the suggestion that he may well be about to replace secretary of state rex tillerson is this what you're hearing to. right this is long been something that we've been hearing and so we've been feeling for some time that this was an imminent announcement now we're getting the sense that this may really be about to happen given the fact that we've known for some time there's been a strained relationship between the secretary of state rex tillerson and the president
they've differed on a number of key issues the iran nuclear agreement on north korea and of course then over the summer we had that hastily called press conference by the secretary of state after there was reporting that he had in a meeting called the president a moron in that press conference he said the relationship between him and the president was very solid but he didn't deny the name calling so certainly there has been this sort of from our standpoint we've been watching it expecting this to happen now we are hearing in fact that there is a plan being put in place perhaps to have the secretary of state leave by the end of the year replaced by the current cia director mike pompei o but when asked about this directly by reporters in the oval office the president was relatively vague he just said he's here rex's here that was echoed by the white house press secretary in the last hour cyrus huckabee sanders in fact saying that the president's statement speaks for itself and there are no personnel announcements expected at
this time many things can really help him out with the latest from the workhouse. staying in america. traitor to guilty to money laundering and helping iran to evade u.s. sanctions sold in new york or the president who on it was prime minister at the time approved the transaction well question salome is following developments for us and what was coming out in court today about this case chris and. some really sensational information here soon let me back up and start by reminding our viewers that reza zahra because turkish. the iranian gold trader is one of nine people that u.s. prosecutors have charged in the scheme to violate sanctions against iran here in the united states in the one of only two people to be arrested in the united states and face charges and the other person is on trial he's
a banker with the state owned how the bank in turkey a man by the name. until but it really feels like the government of turkey has been on trial here in the manhattan courtroom for the last couple days with zurab on the trial he did testify. he's pleaded guilty to a scheme for evading sanctions against iran and is testifying against it and in that testimony he has said that it was the president of church recip tired who was prime minister at the time that he personally authorized some of these transactions . again the government here very much figuring into the trial yesterday zurab claimed that he had agreed to pay fifty percent of the profits from the scheme to the former economy minister. so very closely watched trial lots of turkish media in the courtroom watching what's
happening here zurab also described how that scheme worked in great t.j. . from the witness stand talking about how he traded gold and made fake food purchases as front companies in order for iran to be able to spend its oil reserves abroad something that it was being stopped from doing because of the sanctions here in the united states and i can only imagine what this is doing for us to at the moment. well we know that president has been lobbying the united states administration to get this trial thrown out it started under president obama the lobbying continued under president trial and error one has said that flat out the country did not violate the sanctions but it does have legitimate trade in business ties with iran his deputy prime minister is saying that the united states is doing this to destroy the credibility of turkey to
destroy the credibility of the president they've accused the judge in the case and the prosecutors of having ties to. the ousted cleric who's blamed for attempted coup in turkey last year so needless to say this is not improving relations between turkey and the united states many thanks for that with the very latest on that cold case in new york. as much more to calm hair only al jazeera news hour. pope francis calls for decisive measures to help or hinder refugees but he stopped short of calling them. become a hero for some but just how did a bosnian croat war criminal managed to smuggle poison into a u.n. call it an investigation is launched. and in sports we'll tell you. his biggest club football competition.
russia has accused the united states of doing everything it can to provoke north korea and insists cutting to. matic and trade ties is not the answer on wednesday the u.s. one pyongyang that it will be utterly destroyed if war breaks out tensions are running high after north korea's latest intercontinental ballistic missile launch which it claims could reach the u.s. mainland kathy novak reports from seoul. thanks for showing the latest in a series of ballistic missile launches north korea says its rocket weaponry system development is complete and it's finally a nuclear state the day after firing what the north says is its most advanced intercontinental ballistic missile yet state t.v. showed leader kim jong un overseeing the night time test the u.s. president again called kim little rocket men and added a new unflattering description little rocket man rocket fuel for the american
economy. is a sick puppy for the ninth time this year the united nations security council discussed yet another crisis centered on north korea this test is another confirmation that the north korean threat has changed dramatically in a few months both in scope and scale the threat us shifted from being regional to global. and from the u.s. ambassador a direct plea to china to exert greater economic pressure on its ally and neighbor we need china to do more president tropp called chinese president xi this morning and told him that we have come to the point that china must cut off the oil from north korea that would be a pivotal step in the world's effort to stop this international pariah but no such pledge from china instead it called again on the u.s.
to explore a freeze for freeze scenario in which north korea would slow its missile program if the u.s. and south korea lowered their military posture on the peninsula this position supported by russia in the booklet with what we proposed a solution based along the principle of suspension for suspension which in visions of d.p. r. k. stopping missile tests while at the same time the u.s. and south korea decreasing the scale of their military exercises this in turn will pave the way for the principles of peaceful coexistence and peaceful discussions between washington and pyongyang. but this has been repeatedly and vehemently ruled out by the u.s. another round of joint exercises between the u.s. and south korean military forces are due to start here next week north korea has said the drills are a rehearsal for war at the united nations america's ambassador has said the u.s. doesn't seek war but if it does start north korea's leaders would be in her words
utterly destroyed kathy novak al jazeera soul the united nations is calling on world powers to help arrange the evacuation of five hundred people including one hundred sixty seven children from a besieged damascus suburb the u.n. says humanitarian supplies are not being allowed to reach eastern ghouta nine children have died in the last few weeks waiting for the syrian government to allow them to be evacuated to hospitals just a forty five minute drive away joining me via skype from oslo is young the un's humanitarian coordinator for syria and so i believe you've just come back from geneva thanks very much for talking to us on al-jazeera i just wanted to talk to you first of all about this call out to world powers we're really talking about those powers that have influence on syria namely iran and russia anybody that can have any effort and any effect on breaking the siege has to be those doesnt it. absolutely those who can influence the government of syria must do so it's not
only russia and iran and it's also china the european union even has contacts there and we need nations to make sure that there is calm when we want to do these evacuations and we want to do convoys into the besieged areas com also from the opposition site at the moment the civilians are dying because of this lack of payments from the government and the lack of of come and the fighting when we hear that this siege is killing children almost daily i think you mentioned nine children had died just recently and we hear that help is just forty five minutes away in a way this is one forgive a lot of capability to the situation that can be sorted and helping so many people so instantly. it is a stain on on the conscience of the world public opinion. how can we
say twenty seventeen and we have is besiegement like we had in the middle ages we have. convoys of aid workers being blocked from women children wounded that need desperately to supplies inside the area of eastern good which is indeed just forty five minute drive from the must this city there is now acute malnutrition among the children it has gone from two percent to twelve percent a five fold increase in the last ten months because it's totally blockaded by armed forces and there are four hundred thousand civilians inside these besieged areas when they talk about deescalation zones as a lot major in the talks in geneva when they try to identify areas and everybody agrees to deescalate this is a deescalation zone so what does this say about really this technique that they're
isolating certain areas but then i can beseech them in the same way. well the agreement that was made to not stand with russia iran and turkey and number of areas as deescalate teds and for a why there was also less fighting clearly less fighting few civilians die eat but of late there has been a dramatic increase in the fighting and there are more tourists and grenades going both ways now also into damascus city it's very bad also in it clip it's been bad very bad in hama and don't forget hundreds of thousands have also been displaced in iraq go and in there the saw as a consequence of the anti islamic state campaigns this ability is in the it is in the crossfire us and nobody seems to care of this tremendous suffering if the
theory in present agree tomorrow to lift the thing how quickly could help get there and how quickly could something be done. what we could within forty eight hours be rolling within two all of the seach the areas he's going to go down which is just to the east that there must be sixty or so your remark camp which is this old palestinian refugee and clave that is also totally perceived and where conditions are terrible and. that's by armed opposition groups and inside there are suffering shia muslims all of these places we could we could reach within the next hours and and they say and we could evacuate all of the five hundred i would say within seventy two hours to hospitals ready to cure the children that women wanted that are now. in the life threatening situation and then going
thank you so much for joining us on al-jazeera. with syria's u.n. mediator staffan de mistura has health separate meetings with government and opposition delegations in geneva the opposition is still demanding the departure of syrian president bashar al assad diplomatic editor james baines reports from geneva the syria talks have reached a new phase at u.n. headquarters in geneva opposition negotiators arriving just minutes before the government delegation. u.n. special envoy stefan de mistura met both sides separately and explained how things would work. for real. that means the two sides in separate but adjacent rooms with mr de mistura and his team shuttling between them. it is though far from
a breakthrough they're still discussing the way this round of talks will be conducted the situation is very much as we've seen many times in many rounds of these talks no discernible sign of progress but inside syria the people continue to suffer the u.n. has revealed that last month four hundred thousand people were displaced from their homes in syria that's the highest number of people on the move for eighteen months getting food and medicine to those in need may soon get even harder in new york the russian ambassador to the u.n. vaseline a benzema says he's opposed to extending in its current form a security council resolution that allows aid across international borders into syria mr de mistura humanitarian advisor is calling on all of those on the council to support aid access something he says they failed to do in the past i would do a rape there the success of the security council and the great powers
as very low in terms of helping us to reach women children wounded the most vulnerable in this in this conflict they have not succeeded the diplomacy continues to move at a glacial pace while the agony for the people of syria is far from over james bays al-jazeera at the united nations in geneva. you know with the news our hair on. pakistan's ruling party comes under criticism for its handling of protests against a missed minister accused of blasphemy scientists warn people not to underestimate the dangers of bali. where an eruption is imminent and. secure a big win in major league soccer and they will have those details coming up later in the program.
hello again as we look at the weather across the levant and western parts of asia we have got some snow in eastern areas but otherwise weather conditions pretty quiet at the moment one of two showers in the southern side of the caspian sea but particularly for back in there just nine degrees the weather on the eastern side of the mediterranean is looking more settled now we've got sunshine and twenty one degrees in beirut and fine conditions expected to prevail through the course of saturday now set down in theory be implants or there is a frontal system which is working its way southward getting into parts of saudi arabia so that syncs through fine temperatures dropping away as we head into friday i think here for dough how probably going to stay dry throat you might see some patchy cloud around you know says the temperature read only twenty one degrees for saturday still pretty woman mecca there with a high of thirty four so let's head down into southern portions of africa so if
you're south africa it's looking largely find some cloud around the eastern cape but generally weather conditions here are looking pretty good at the moment you've got to get all the way up into northern parts of mozambique and across into the symbiote way and some beer to pick up the showers which continue across into more northern parts of angola otherwise you're looking at fine weather across much of the movie or thirty two degrees in the sunshine and when talk and then coming south into cape town it should be sunny here highs of twenty. if you were in beijing looking out the pacific ocean you'd see american warships. as the somehow time as aiming to replace america and around the world the chinese are not that stupid these guys want to dominate a huge chunk of the planet this sounds like a preparation for our first president george washington said if you want peace prepare for war the coming war on china at this time. when the news
breaks it was an announcement if you were expecting to hear by announce my resignation as prime minister from the lebanese government and the story builds i can't stop thinking about it my life when people need to be heard a mass exodus hundreds of thousands of injust have fled ethnic cleansing imeem are from bangladesh al-jazeera has teams on the ground to bring you more award winning documentaries and live news on air and online. welcome back remind of the top stories here on al-jazeera
a joint african union summit in ivory coast has agreed a plan for the emergency evacuation for libya refugees and migrants who are facing abuse in detention camps u.k. prime minister tourism a has once again condemned u.s. president donald trump for sharing emptiness and videos. and with tensions running high after north korea's latest intercontinental ballistic missile launch russia has accused the united states of doing everything it can to provoke pyongyang. investigators. in the netherlands are trying to find out how a convicted war criminal managed just smuggle poison into court to commit suicide down probably act drunk the poison seconds off the herring lost his appeal against a twenty year prison sentence reports. in bosnia's ethnically divided town of most star some people were in mourning on thursday they've held vigils for slobodan trial yet he took his own life after having his twenty year jail sentence
up held at the international tribunal in the hague judges found seventy two year old along with five other bosnian croat leaders guilty of a so-called ethnic cleansing campaign against muslims during the bosnian war of the one nine hundred ninety s. then proclaiming his innocence he took a swig from a glass bottle. he'd managed to bring a poisonous liquid in he was taken to hospital where he died confirming a potentially deadly substance was found in the bottle this prosecutor's spokesperson said that soon be an autopsy and toxicology tests. are ridgeley convicted of crimes committed when he commanded bosnian croat forces along with his co-defendants he was found guilty of helping establish concentration camps for bosnian muslims part of a plan to create what was described as an ethnically pure greater croatia. the appeal verdict and projects death have prompted hugely different responses in bosnia here in the capital sarajevo some felt cheated. i think the incident that happened should be blamed on behaved tribunals says this bosnian muslim army
veteran how did he bring in the bottle. while the muslim member of the country's shared presidency defended the verdict. that most i think up there in the joint criminal enterprise in the very day that led him to do what he did but in croatia the prime minister said probably suicide spoke of what he called a deep moral injustice. this is an event without precedent especially for an international courtroom who has in his own way sent a message on what he thinks about addict which we also think is unfair for the country's president the verdict should mean the start of a new era. as croatian president i will do everything so this verdict doesn't ruin relations between both gratian and i will visit bosnia as soon as possible but back in march star me and cry out reaction served as a warning. not to. be in a fair trial in the hague it would have contributed to peace in bosnia but as it
was a political judgment there certainly will be no peaceful coexistence so the work of a tribunal for the former yugoslavia has come to an end but in places like mostar its legacy continues to prompt debate and resentment that al-jazeera pope francis is demanding the international community takes decisive measures to resolve the course of the exodus of muslims from. arriving in bangladesh pope francis broke his silence over what u.n. has called a textbook case of ethnic cleansing he also called on world governments to immediately provide assistance to the bangladeshi government. in recent months the spirit of generosity and solidarity which is a distinguishing mark. has been seen most vividly in its humanitarian to a massive influx of refugees from the state.
this is been done sacrifices it has also been done before the eyes of the whole world. has been following developments from ranger refugee camps and. the bangladeshi government hopeful that this three day visit by the pope will go a long way to publicising the plight of the hundreds of thousands of refugees inside bangladesh and the kind of challenges that the bangladeshi got faced in trying to cope with this crisis bangladesh has also come together in the last week with. trying to put together what it describes as a repack reaction plan that it hopes can start in two months and we've been looking at some of the problems of that plan with respect to the lack of legal status for the ranger in myanmar. fires and his family fled their home on the bangladesh border a month and a half ago. the myanmar military were taking woman away and raping them we saw
them burning home all the fire everywhere. following huge international pressure myanmar has agreed to work with bangladesh on a plan aimed at eventually allowing the rate to return to plan entails refugees staying in temporary camps close to their property and destroyed homes the rangers have suffered decades of persecution they often described as the largest stateless people in the world. i'm never i know what our main demand is that they recognize us as romania and then we may go back to. it when you take a look at the various identity cards issued to the ranger that you begin to understand how vulnerable they are to further violence and discrimination these cards and pieces of paper highlight the kind of problems that the rangers have had for decades in relation to their legal status inside myanmar and they also highlight potential difficulties with respect to their identification if indeed
this repatriation plan goes forward this is a citizenship card and it was made available to all ethnic groups including the ranger after independence now in one thousand nine hundred two citizenship was withdrawn for the ranger it was a few years later that they were issued with this the so-called white card now the word ranger has disappeared from it instead there is written. and the religion islam in twenty fifteen they had to hand these over and they were issued with this receipt now there is no mention of any ethnicity nationality or religion on this receipt it was a few months later that they were issued with these with a similar scant amount of information and the vast majority of ranger refused to ever pick these up from the government bangladesh's already registered hundreds of
thousands of refugees living in the camps abdul son mohammed with his new id card but the information on it is far from clear for some of that first they gave us a card which said ranger registration card now they gave us a card which says me and my national registration card where the bangladeshi government gave us this card and we don't know based on information provided by bangladesh b n maher says it will accept the remainder only after it verifies the information. dylan muhammad walked to the border and look at their home which is now occupied by the myanmar military. says he just wants citizenship and security in the country he his family and hundreds of thousands like from believe we are from. that al-jazeera culture is resolved by and with. at least fourteen people have been killed in fighting in the capital sanaa forces loyal to the former yemeni president ali abdullah saleh falls with there who see rebel
allies near the mosque the salah loyalists have accused the who face of committing a coupe. britain's prime minister has pushed the saudis about limiting aid into yemen early this month and called for the blockade to be completely lifted tourism i met the saudi king solomon and crown prince mohammed bin salman on wednesday her office says the prime minister made clear the flow of commercial supplies which yemen depends must be resumed if a humanitarian catastrophe is to be averted her office says the prime minister and saudi royals agreed to steps needed to be taken to urgently address it catus emyr shaikh to maim been hammered alfon it has received an invitation to attend next month's gulf cooperation council summit in kuwait there have been doubts about whether the meeting would go ahead but q.a. confirmed it would the curator emir shakes my job sent the invitation he's been
acting as a mediator after four g.c.c. countries cut ties and imposed a blockade on qatar in june. pakistan's government is facing criticism for the way it handled protests in which five people were killed the demonstrations were against a minister it was accused of blasphemy and then resigned the country's ruling party pay and agreeing to the protests amounts was the only way to prevent violence the same bus driver reports from lahore on how the party is responding to the criticism . it's been a tough year for pakistan muslim league news the country's ruling party. sharif was removed as prime minister over corruption allegations and now the government is accused of mishandling a sit in in islamabad by religious hardliners that ended only when the government gave into their demands it's the kind of appeasement their opponents say that means pim allen has lost the moral authority to rule but at
a party office in lahore it's business as usual mohamed pervaiz malek has represented his constituency for nearly two decades he's also the minister for commerce and textile when asked about whether his government should step aside he said breaking people down doesn't help build the country up but it is really really unfair or worrying and creating weiland for these kind of things that would definitely damage them or you can countries an orderly and measured performance on some. words this kind of thing and then go see actions and talking to each other is the best course. he also said while islamic groups are great at orchestrating large rallies when it comes to the business of governing voters pick established parties that know how to get things done. he points to projects like this one a vocational training center for women completed in two thousand and fifteen it offers a variety of free and subsidized professional courses all designed to help women
enter the workforce. in addition to studies skills are also very important for girls even if you have ten masters degrees you can't guarantee you'll get a job but if you have this to your diploma you can be confident of finding work while religious parties focus on the spiritual side of life as established its reputation on brick and mortar projects like these that help improve people's daily lives and that's what the ruling party leaders say will keep them popular at the polling. hospitals roads bridges community centers large infrastructure projects or what many voters think of when they think of pm eleven. but a series of political challenges has taken a toll on the party's public image. i think this government is a total flop. all my life i voted for the muslim league but no washer reef is in and out of court. can we vote for a guy like me. not everyone feels the same way they could.
look during the previous administration and wash melton's apart to build the motorway between islamabad and lahore during this administration he built five power plants and he started a motorway between lahore and karachi so god willing in the twenty eighteen alexion will win again. for party stalwarts like this for whom the former prime minister is the man who moved mountains shaking their faith won't be easy as in bus ravi al-jazeera looking. scientists are warning people not to underestimate the dangers of the amount volcano in bali tens of thousands of locals were evacuated after the volcano started spewing ash last week but some have already come back to their villages. unlike other evacuees none at taba has no plans to go home she's been in the evacuation shelter for two months and knows exactly how dangerous mt agam can be during the last eruption in one thousand nine
hundred sixty three four family members were killed a scorching gas clouds and rocks rained down her scared after what happened to us in and in sixty three not as close have reach our village i'm sure a much bigger eruption will happen the only thing i hope is that it will happen fast because i'm bored here there was no warning system fifty four years ago and she barely survived villages decided to run only after eruptions had lasted for weeks five hundred of them didn't survive. being nearly two people didn't know what was happening and they stayed to watch the news until debris killed a person standing behind my mother that was when she decided to leave mt agnes one of the seven most explosive worldwide vulcanologists say because it geological pattern is different to any other volcano in indonesia it's difficult to issue adequate warnings the experts have taken no chances this time and i've advised
government leaders to order an evacuation of villages in danger of. this volcano is very dynamic it can change behavior any time it even has a history of erupting when seismic activity is very low so we're learning a lot from this mountain and we're going to. scientists are warning of the continuing threat even though the volcano sometimes appears calm every movement on mt album is being registered and analyzed scientists are tracking the increase volcanic activity and a warning for a major eruption but when and if remains a mystery which the mountain will only reveal when it happens. that could be at any moment but community leaders are struggling to persuade villagers to stay in evacuation shelters many believe they could get to safety into. time if there's a major eruption but based on the nine hundred sixty three disaster scientists see that cloud of toxic gas can travel ten kilometers and less than three minutes
making it virtually impossible for anyone to survive step for us an al-jazeera at mount argo in bali. the result of sunday's presidential election hundred or so are expected in the coming hours but the main opposition candidate has now said he will not accept the poll count despite earlier vowing to respect it salvador nasra has accused the electoral count of manipulating the results with ninety percent of the ballots counted president one orlando one unders who is seeking reelection is leading the official count by a narrow margin bolivia's president is preparing to run for a fourth term after the constitutional court overturned a ruling on limiting reelection if he were more or less wins in twenty nineteen he's time in office will be extended to nineteen years opponents have held large rallies around bolivia calling the ruling undemocratic vanish when the reports. became president of bolivia in january two thousand and six he stood and won again
the election law was changed and he was again reelected. the constitutional court has no lift in the constitution the prevent further reelection it also ignores a referendum that last february now already voted to limit the number of times the president can serve consecutive terms. every citizen has been limited by the electoral law and the constitution is now able to run for election those who will ultimately decide are the bolivian people. except at the result of the referendum and appealed against it saying had been the victim of a slur campaign and that his work remained on finished that the bolivian people want him to continue his supporters a jubilant. for us were proud to have justice after so many years of oppression president morales has shown that he is a president loyal to the social organizations and to the indigenous people we are
indigenous many bolivians however are angry with the ruling. to. the constitutional court has dealt a blow to democracy ever morales is ignoring the constitution that he himself asked us to vote for he's ignoring the referendum of twenty sixteen when he asked us about repeatedly actions and we said no they've brought their opposition on to the streets in protest but they're only likely to grow as the two thousand and nineteen election date draws nearer. as oblivion i don't agree when a constitution is approved by the people been changed by the court the first one to respect it should be the president. should respect it but as we have seen no one in the future will respect the constitution. of the country's first indigenous president and michelle enjoyed broad support in bolivia with allies across latin america. he's still popular but this is the method he's supposed to have diminished
will play who in the group stages is to be decided at the kremlin in moscow where rehearsals for that draw on going is the first time russia has hosted the event the big kickoff coming up on june the fourteenth thirty two teams will be divided into four parts based on world rankings the best stars room part one along with host russia who are also included despite being the lowest rated side in the form and the teams will be allocated into eight groups that include four countries each group can only have one same from each confederation except for europe they can be two european teams in a group and once the action starts each side will be vying to be in the top two so the grass into the knockout stages as for hole when it's this is what one man knows what it takes to win the tournament things of course. the germans in with the spanish in with. the birds you know what. time with. you and more because the closer the last chance to club football brazilian football
team grimmie have won south america's biggest competition the copper liberty doris for the first time in twenty two years they beat the noose of argentina three one on aggregate tatyana sanchez reports. argentinian fit bill has waited a long time for success both on a national and club stage the country lost a major trophy with the copper america in one thousand nine hundred ninety three that made the pressure on the new few hosted brazilian rivals gremio in the second leg of the cup olivet but not as final hoping for their first ever title crimea who lifted the trophy back in one thousand nine hundred eighty three and one thousand five hundred one new lead in the five man and they feel double their. i think it's a vantage point dean you're putting the one now in the twenty seventh.
one known as the new one out the rio and double then lead to now. then a glimpse of hope. given to you how he was awarded to the new jersey and struck into the senate. but it wasn't enough for me or has i'm lost a game since march twenty fifth and the only thing you heard of the free. ride winning the match two one. we were going and i would like to wake up the mayor of moore to a legacy so that you know is that all due respect declared tomorrow a holy day in the city and i'm sure that major to be considered this is all the role this speaking about bored to all i get that there is a giant club that is very old trampy ons now and three times champion of america.
it's a reflection of mirroring for jesus margin time football the credit card bill in two years brazilian football is on the up and having proven themselves on the continent because right now go global they'll make their debut at the fifa club world cup competition in the u.a.e. which starts next week. tatiana sanchez al-jazeera. and transfer a save basin columbus crew to reach the m.l.s. cup final jozy altidore scoring the only goal of the gang so it's your answer i want to know when you're home and this is some confidence to some of the fans are reaching the m.l.s. final for the second straight year the play either the seattle sounders of the feast and dynamo on december the ninth. organizers have responded to threats from israel's government to pull support from. year's race the event is set to include stages in israel for the first time well the dispute started when west jerusalem was named as the official starting point the israelis took exception to this
because they claim sovereignty over the whole of the city the un and recognizes east jerusalem as being occupied but zero organizers have not changed their online maps reflects the wishes of israel. one of cricket's biggest names ben stark's assigned for the new zealand team cancer free while he remains in international exile stock has been dropped from the england team while u.k. police investigate alleged assaults he was involved in it means he's unlikely to make an appearance at the ongoing ashes series in australia. be sure that not everyone will miss you agree with their decision but someone has to make a decision and it does that here so. if people are uncomfortable with it don't come and talk to me but hard think you're far from a cricket point of view. we see that he will lead straight to our team and i think from a commercial point of view he would put bums on seats to watch games more stocks
could play for cancer free for the first time in a fifty over game on sunday that would coincide with day two of england's second test against australia in adelaide in his absence in the last the first test of that ashes series by ten wickets. through so we think it's good that he's going to play some cricket so if the situation does change and he can. hopefully join it with some point but at the moment you know for us it's kind of just sort of our hands we've got to try and focus on winning this next test match with this world that we've got. the math and the sobs first appearance on south american soldiers already taking its toll on many of their honest organizers of the legendary sahal rice have set up a sister events in peru and more than fifteen percent of the failed drops out after the opening day competitors will cover more than two hundred fifty kilometers in seven days and with the exception of russian water have to carry all around supplies ok that's i suppose looking for now let's get back to say and london thank
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a dialogue and that could be what leading to some of the confusion online about people saying they don't actually know what's going on join the colobus conversation at this time on al-jazeera. in jakarta school students are taking up weapons to fight in deadly street battles. one of one east investigates this violent phenomenon. at this time on al jazeera. al-jazeera. where ever you are. this december the international campaign to abolish nuclear weapons will receive