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that. might. be an overreaction. and fish. clarity by contrast. easy on says all sorts in an age of simplistic narratives the listening post critiques the mainstream response exposing the influences that drive the headlines at this time on al-jazeera. in the war of words between the u.s. and north korea no sign that either side is willing to back down.
i'm sammy's a than this is al jazeera live from also coming up. only celebrations in a big deal and across iraqi kurdistan but the way forward for iraq's kurds remains unclear. the first refugees to be resettled under a controversial strain ian policy leaves man a silent bound for the u.s. . we look at how the anti immigration f. the party gained a foothold in the german elections. south korea's yonhap news agency is reporting the north is boosting its defenses by deploying find the jets on its east coast north korea's foreign minister meanwhile accuse the us president of the clarion war on monday off the days of escalating tension with the us kathy novak reports from seoul. as he left his hotel heading
international waters. since the u.s. declared war in our country we will have every right to make ken a measures including the right to shoot down the united states strategic even when they're not yet inside the airspace of our country it's never appropriate for a country to shoot down another country's aircraft when it's over international waters our goal is still the same we continue to seek the peaceful the nuclearization of the korean peninsula in a briefing to south korea's parliamentary intelligence committee the national intelligence service said north korea did not take any countermeasures in response to that flight of u.s. bombers but has since moved planes and beefed up the fences along the east coast it said the u.s. military disclosed the flight path because the north koreans apparently didn't detect the aircraft and what is the use of a show of force if the target doesn't realize it's happening. south korea is putting a strong emphasis on
a peaceful solution there cannot be another war on the korean peninsula. the consequences would be devastating not just for the korean peninsula but for northeast asia and indeed the whole international community south korean intelligence reports that soldiers on the opposite side of the border have been ordered to report to higher commands before taking any action suggesting that despite its tough talk north korea would also prefer to avoid confrontation cathy know that al-jazeera seoul the u.s. says it's not seeking to overthrow the north korean government they also rejected pyongyang's characterization of president trump's tweet we have not declared war on north korea and frankly the suggestion of that is absurd it's never appropriate for a country to shoot down another country's aircraft when it's over international waters our goal is still the same we continue to seek the peaceful nuclearization of the korean peninsula that's our focus doing that through both the most maximum
economic and diplomatic pressure is possible at this point. iraq is refusing to hold talks with the kurdish regional government about the results of monday's controversial secession referendum the iraqi prime minister called the vote unconstitutional during a televised address to polls closed. hundreds took to the streets to celebrate the end of votes in both the poll is expected to produce a comfortable win for the process session campaign but it is a non-binding vote. made isn't out of bail for us out i know it's early morning there but then the sense of of the mood is there any buyer's remorse given the overnight flow of criticism. no i would say no and as you said the results are still not out but really throughout the day yesterday and late into the night goodwill ready celebrating many would say that already the
fact that there they went to vote and they expressed themselves for them was already some sort of a victory i think everybody years quite confident that the yes vote will pass probably now as a matter of knowing what percentage of kurds said yes and which percentage said no there were some people who are who were skeptical about the referendum not because they are against the idea of eventually having a kurdish state but because some thought that maybe this was not the right time considering all what is happening in iraq or what's happening just at the borders of the semi autonomous region at the moment this war against some were also very worried about the threats of neighboring countries and of it's coming out of baghdad and then there's also political rivalry there and some people who are maybe
. living in the. sort of north east of this region this political strongholds of. movement sort of the political rivals of the p.d.p. and must be well they were feeling that this referendum was one that was basically to do this for the legacy of was supposed to step down in november and many were feeling that it was more about him than about the future of iraq's kurds but those are a minority is now a matter of when the results come out. they have seventy two hours to announce those results then people would probably celebrate even more so as you mentioned the result seems like a formality to this point the question is what happens next we know the iraqi central government is saying it's not going to negotiate over the result of this
and i think there's a big question for everyone now if you remember to the runoff to this referendum. to opposing points of view from coming out from air bill and baghdad bill here say we will hold a vote and then we will continue negotiating for baghdad as long as it takes before taking any further steps baghdad has always said no we first have negotiations then you hold your vote and actually at the last hour really there was a high level delegation that went from year to baghdad but those talks really reached an impasse and after that we saw masoud barzani very defiant saying well the vote will go ahead despite all criticism is just an opinion expressed by the kurdish people at this point and seeing all the rhetoric coming out of baghdad calling this vote unconstitutional also parliament asking prime minister body to take certain steps like deploying iraki forces to do so called disputed territories
that took part in the vote yesterday all of that is something people here are monitoring closely and many would tell you they did expect that no one would accept this referendum especially in the region a lot of disappointment perhaps because of the reaction of the international community but these are going to be very very difficult times. thanks for the. now israel radio is reporting there's been a gala tack in the occupied west bank it's reporting a palestinian opened fire on three israelis near the heart of settlement near jerusalem a palestinian was reportedly shot will bring you more details on this as we get them the first refugees to be resettled under a controversial australian policy of flown out of papua new guinea bound for the united states a group of more than twenty men there'd been an australian run prison camps on manor silent the resettlement is part of an agreement between australia and the
obama administration but it's been criticized by current u.s. president donald trump and other group of refugees will move from a camp on the island of now rue to the u.s. in the coming days. take you back to some pictures coming in on that breaking news story we're telling you about only israel radio reporting that there's been a gun attack in the occupied west bank we're looking at some live pictures coming in from the area there we can see already the steps being taken to cordon off the area we understand that's where the gun attack happened israelis have been shot and we're waiting for more details on the status of the palestinian will bring you more details on this as we get them. and the u.s. president raul with the national football league shows no sign of ending and f.l.
players coaches and even some mona's have joined in protest against tackling plaza knelt during the national anthem rob reynolds has the latest. president donald trump's feud with professional american football players moved from stadiums on sunday to the u.s. capitol on monday to step what he said about these men. and putting a bill in these mostly like men but also like. they use the term. s.o.b . is beneath. should be the need the mits of the president of the united states of america the dispute began last year when san francisco quarterback collin capper nick initially refused to stand while the anthem was played capper nick said he was protesting police brutality and the killings of african-americans by police officers at that son of a. last week trump used
a vulgar epithet to denounce players who also refused to stand during the song urged team owners to summarily fire them and then called on fans to boycott games of teams that refused to do so but on sunday hundreds of players either refused to stand linked arms in solidarity or declined to come on the field until the anthem was over people say it's encouraging patriotic but it's unpatriotic of the president respected are the right players in other sports also knelt during the anthem several team owners voiced support for players exercising their right of free speech as did democrats in congress people are forgetting like collins happening did it from the beginning it was not to be disrespectful of the flag or of america it was about a person. and then rights and also people being killed in the streets black and
brown the white house fired back it's always appropriate for the president of this country to promote our flag to promote our national anthem and ask people to respect that some football fans saw the quarrel as an unnecessary distraction we're here to see a game that's what we're trying to do just watch a sporting event you know from our everyday lives and just relax and have a good time the anthem also known as the star-spangled banner was written in one thousand fourteen to celebrate a victory over invading british forces near baltimore it was made the official national anthem in one thousand nine hundred thirty one it celebrates the american flag which plays an outsized role in the u.s. compared with most other countries and a patriotic symbol those symbols are meant to promote unity but they are now tokens of division further incited by a president who seems to revel in controversy robert oulds al-jazeera
still the common al-jazeera banks going to far if they say there's little hope anyone else will be found alive off to last week's earthquake. i'm down with wind the rain euro why when now the production and sale of marijuana is legal the stigma attached to it is disappearing the problems still remain. hello it's cooling down slowly in iran rather quickly maybe in iraq there's not much in the in the sky you can see the satellite doesn't pick very much up but showers when they form like to be in the middle caucasus in georgia for example azerbaijan quite possibly and in turkey the eastern med is largely free of showers and the breeze keeping buried at about twenty eight degrees and you'll notice that
the best we get forty two dropping to forty in baghdad so it has cooled down significantly here though it's by no means cool humidity is low here but around the gulf states of course it's been high for a couple of months it's slowly dropping away now it's only slowly need expected to be only slowly as the skies they look clear now we have had occasional showers in the last few days in qatar for example the not in the forecast and they're not very likely but bear in mind they've been around meccas at forty two still and medina forty both should be under blue skies i with the receding monsoon trough you'd expect maybe we think you're seeing some more rain further south in africa change of season indeed for the eastern cape and even southern mozambique it seems more likely than not that you will get significant rain eighteen in durban under the green that suggests a rather wet day with showers reaching maybe to jo'burg. a
man has decided to break with tradition and train to sail competitively we've been up to the want to present a positive image and to use this to your typical expectation. for them it's about more than just racing yes you can still be a good woman and also a very talented sailor going off around the world showing everybody how strong omani people are al jazeera world meets the first female same crew in the gulf sailing at this time on al-jazeera. you're watching out to syria time to recap our headlines now there's been a gun attack in the occupied west bank the palestinian man killed three israelis
when he opened fire at the settlement. north korea's foreign minister is accused us president trump of declaring war. has the right now to shoot down american bombers white house dismissed the suggestion it's declared war is absurd. hundreds of kurds in northern iraq have taken to the streets to celebrate the end of a controversial secession referendum the central government in baghdad says it won't hold talks with the kurdistan regional government about the results. on the top story now and how a force it is on the phone for us in jerusalem how can you tell us. well the details so far pretty sketchy we're getting reports from israel's army radio that as you say there was a palestinian man who entered the heart of the settlement which is
a settlement near the israeli village of gauche north of jerusalem not far from jerusalem and that this took place as the works going on one entrance to this illegal israeli settlement in the occupied west bank and that as he came in with a group of palestinian workers he opened fire we're hearing that there are three israelis who have been killed in the attack before wounded and that the gunman himself was also shot in the course of the incident but that is as much information as we have but now we are expecting to hear more obviously. as police and other security forces start to confirm exactly what happened really small details all right we'll leave it there thanks so much high for. cambodia's opposition leader comes so cars being prevented from appearing in court to fight charges of treason
in cambodia national rescue party leader was arrested earlier this month charged with plotting to overthrow the government whose lawyers appealed his detention buddies being kept in prison for police say safety james gomez is amnesty international's regional director of the southeast asia and the pacific he says so cause trial is an example of injustice. he has essentially been you know held and arrested on trumped up charges poly men as remove impunity from him and the thing is that he's not even physically present. to challenge this case so amnesty international you know considered this is a travesty of justice what we want is an immediate and unconditional release of came so far however what's happening. is part of a synchronized pattern of what's happening in terms. in the last few months several
ministries such as the ministry of interior the ministry of information the ministry of home affairs ice one of the general department of taxation have single being jointly moved to curb opposition party activities. the free press and n.g.o.s for example. the situation room a coalition of election monitoring n.g.o.s. simply forced to disband following orders from the ministry of interior interior citing and geo laws similarly several n.g.o.s were also called in for questioning due to import from the general department of taxation and their sources of funding and finally n.d.i. was forced to you know shut his office from a directive from the ministry of foreign affairs and so on so you see here a class of you know civil society groups evolving election monitoring you know being taken to task china has started blocking the wall messaging service ahead of
a major communist party be the next month internet service providers began shutting it down ahead of the meeting the national congress happens every five years expected new leaders will be selected at this year's event. the united nations is called the ranger exodus from in malta bangladesh the most urgent refugee emergency in the world new video shows how far strategy camps in bangladesh are spreading more than four hundred thirty thousand have fled from me and many live in makeshift shelters. or poles from a bangladeshi border post where burning row hinges villages can be seen in. this is this close as we can get to the right kind state where an ethnic cleansing is currently happening just moments ago we saw villages burn in the distance it's through this land border between more and bangladesh that a few weeks ago hundreds of thousands of rangers crossed the border since the more
security forces have put up barbed wire fencing and planted land mines on the border the general in charge of this clearing operation says that all its citizens are welcome back to me and more except ranges who are considered illegal immigrants by and gone. but for bangladesh these ranges that are in camps here belong to me and more and they have to go back home bangladesh has deployed its military on its border its beefed up its presence with border guards increasing their patrol on the border area the relationship between young gone and hockey is at its lowest point yangon refuses to recognize ranges bangladesh wants the un to mediate the return of these were in jazz to their homeland meanwhile this border is getting increasingly tense as there is more and more military presence being deployed here. as german
politicians analyze the results of sunday's election many are wondering how a far right groups surged in the third place german chancellor angela merkel won her fourth term the anti immigrant party seized one million votes from her conservatives they were barbara visited the city of dresden and find out how from. the beginning he's just twenty five but he's already risen up the party structure julian visa and joined the f.d.a. or alternative for germany when it started four years ago now it's grown to become the third largest party in parliament it's also being called dangerous and democratic and racist as. i see the f.t. as a respectable conservative party with plenty of liberal ideas it's going to great lengths to represent this if you point in the dry theory line between itself and far right attitudes that's the only way it can be successful. here in dazed and in eastern germany the party has solid support in fact in this region saxony the a.f.d.
received more votes than any other party frank born locally just after the second world war says many people here feel neglected by the traditional parties but the a.f.p. has also been boosted by chancellor merkel's decision to let in hundreds of thousands of refugees two years ago god period b i n one i think asylum seekers and immigrants are treated better than people on low incomes and bring that out into the open and given the a.f.p. success here you'd think it would be easy to find people who voted for it but you'd be wrong quite a while trying to find an a.f.p. supporter will explain their choice to us but we simply haven't found anybody who like mitt on camera to voting for the party but what about in the working class suburbs here we did find one unashamed voter. i feel left behind barely never understands me that was disturbing me. this couple say they didn't
vote but think many people back to the f.t. for reasons other than immigration against i think it was just a protest yes and when al jazeera asked foreigners living here if the success worried them this also was typical. and that whatever happens i think germany will remain a good to me a credit country it will be your main towards refugees whoever is in power and that's certainly a hope shared by a majority of german voters what's less clear is how much pressure the newly strengthened day f.d.a. will exert on the government to toughen its laws with al-jazeera dresden the head of mexico's search and rescue effort he says is unlikely more survivors are we found after last week's seven point one magnitude earthquake more than three hundred people died when dozens of buildings collapsed heidi joe castro reports. the sign reads adrian you are
a warrior your family is waiting the twenty six year old had just started his job in human resources two weeks before the earthquake he was working on the fourth floor of this office building when it collapsed i spoke with his family two days ago when his brother expressed optimism his d.v.m. would believe his fine there he would get out of this would not problem here will be rescued. but now after a week of waiting their faces show anguish the families the police have understand we no longer want to give interviews i did speak with the mother off camera with tears in her eyes were asked what would be big news she says in the early days they spoke with the press hoping it would bring resources to the rescue and now that it's time for courtney ivory she says they just go to. the family's vigil continues at the makeshift camp as more bodies were pulled out overnight still some
forty names remain on the list of the missing element there are five years where i like the family wish we could work faster but they must understand the risks we have to weigh the risks against the possibility of reaching possible survivors meanwhile donation centers once packed with volunteers who stood shoulder to shoulder have been doubt much of mexico city is returning to school or work but for these families desperate for a miracle life may never be the same heidi joe castro al-jazeera mexico city now hundreds of families have been moved from their homes as a wildfire threatens the u.s. state of california more than two hundred firefighters are battling the blaze near the city of kut owner several lanes of a highway were closed when smoke from the fire affected driving two months ago year ago i became the world's first country to legalize the production and sale of
marijuana more people than expected registered as official buyers and sales have risen sharply and now the new industries facing a new no one new threat rather known predicted the reports from the capital. this is nothing new it's just that marijuana is now after a long campaign totally legal in europe why the business has been booming we think that the risk is worth. the risk as the final result of that will be. respect their right to love. to have a plan. of their houses and. if they want each registered user can buy up to forty grams a month from their local pharmacy. banks are now threatening to close the accounts of those pharmacies selling the drug stopping they use of plastic cards they say they're under pressure from u.s. banks which by u.s.
law cannot trade with any company linked to the illegal drug industry. we see an absurd situation there your financial situation is being penalized with strong legislation which is not in place in canada or the u.s. but this has nothing to do with drug trafficking it's totally legal. europe why says the u.s. has got it wrong there mariano industry is now legal delegation has been to the u.s. to put their case where the industry is looking at selling outside the bank system . system is now strongly regulated very controlled the state is heavily involved so that's why we feel it would be easy to show that we have nothing to do with drug trafficking or money laundering business is being done illegal enterprises controlled by the state. he says pharmacies a queuing up to sell marijuana but the financial obstacles have been removed this is normal and is legal as growing tomatoes
a backroom backstreet industry is emerging from the shadows and taking its place in mainstream europe one society those involved say there's no going back to. europe one uses say legalization has seen the illegal drug trade with used or the stigma attached to marijuana is receding. now you show you going into a business premises which is open to the public so now you're not in danger. the mood still has opponents both here and abroad but europe wise growers and smokers similarly want to use is now so normal many a wondering what all the fuss was about that shrine there al-jazeera montevideo. and let's take you through some of the headlines here now just here and now has been a gun attack in the occupied west bank
a palestinian man killed three israelis when he opened fire at the hardest settlement. but details so far pretty good we're getting reports from israel's army radio that there would. be. a settlement near the israeli village of. north of jerusalem not far from jerusalem and that this took place works going on at one entrance to this illegal israeli settlement in the occupied west bank and that she came in with a group of palestinian workers europe and. south korea's yonhap news agency is reporting the north is boosting its defenses by deploying fighter jets on
the east coast north korea's foreign minister accused the us president of the clearing war on monday after days of escalating tensions with the u.s. iraq is refusing to hold talks with the kurdish regional government about the results of monday's controversial secession referendum the iraqi prime minister had the lambada call the vote unconstitutional during a televised address after polls closed. hundreds of kurds took to the streets to celebrate the end of voting the vote is expected to produce a comfortable win for the procession camp though it's non-binding. the first group of refugees to be resettled under a controversial astray in policy is flown out of papua new guinea bound for the united states a group of more than twenty men had been in the australian run prison camps and man a silent the resettlement is part of an agreement between australia and the obama
administration and it's been criticized by current u.s. president donald trump. headlines it's counting the cost now so stay with us. witness documentaries that open your eyes at this time on al-jazeera. hello i'm adrian finnigan this is counting the cost of al-jazeera a wiki look at the world of business and economics this week we'll look at the economic forces at play in germany as a new government takes shape. also this week weather catastrophes dusk.