Skip to main content

tv   NEWS LIVE - 30  Al Jazeera  October 14, 2017 6:00am-6:34am AST

6:00 am
thriving metropolis and the may have an image on mobile economy chinese dream of a witness documentary at this time on al-jazeera. in the final part of a six part series filmed of the five years. the people of the still fight for their land. the village chief is imprisoned. and forced underground the film has become part of the saga. crackdown the concluding. china's democracy experiment at this time zero. i am announcing a new strategy to address the full range of iran's destructive actions u.s.
6:01 am
president donald trump threatens the landmark international nuclear deal with iran . iranian president hits back at trump's speech saying it was full of fake accusations but richard made his commitment to the agree. hello i'm down in jordan this is al jazeera from doha also coming up opposition protesters defy a ban on demonstrations in kenya as two people are shot dead by police in the west of the country. and a change of guard at the top of the un's cultural body unesco the challenges lie ahead. u.s. president donald trump has laid out an aggressive new strategy on iran he says he won't certify tehran's compliance with the twenty fifth deal and is calling on congress to put more pressure on iran's missile program can help get reports from
6:02 am
washington d.c. he's often threatened to tear up the landmark deal with iran but in the end u.s. president donald trump stopped short of pulling out of the two thousand and fifteen agreement to limit its nuclear program for now and even though his own administration has twice certified that iran is complying with the deal he now says he won't do it again i am announcing today that we cannot and will not make this certification. we will not continue down a path whose predictable conclusion is more violence more terror and the very real threat of iran's nuclear breakout that is why i am directing my administration to work closely with congress for months trump has accused his predecessor barack obama of being myopic in negotiations with iran focusing only on iran's nuclear program but not the financing of groups trump says are causing
6:03 am
instability in the region the president has directed the u.s. congress to potentially revamp u.s. law to set up tough new standards. if iran by a late arbitrary trigger point lifted sanctions could be put back in place senate republicans are already drafting legislation supported by top democrats who have always viewed the twenty fifteen deal as somewhat imperfect we're saying if they're not in compliance we're all with together on this where i am the administration also has its sights on another ronnie and target the country's revolutionary guard new u.s. treasury sections are being imposed which donald trump says are long overdue critics say these actions put international relations at risk and could spell the end of the deal painstakingly negotiated over more than a decade this deal was working it was delivering the iranians were living up to it
6:04 am
the i.a.e.a. certified eight times in iran was at hearing today a deal trump took a perfectly working deal and transformed it into a crisis with the decision that he made today donald trump has shifted u.s. iran policy and he's not entirely ruling out withdrawing from the agreement altogether i may do that the deal is terrible but for all his tough talk against iran donald trump has for now taken little action ceding that responsibility to the u.s. congress to take the next steps or none at all kimberly helped get al-jazeera washington . well iran's president says his country will commit to the nuclear deal as long as it's in terror and interests to do so hasan rouhani added that trump speech was full of insults and fake accusations chaumont it's what are you worried about iranian missiles what about those weapons you give every day to aggressor countries i know targeting of the oppressed people of yemen with planes and bombs that you
6:05 am
built yourself you don't have any protest about those weapons and that aggression and you targeted our oil platforms you are always the aggressor in this region our weapons our missiles of defending ourselves we have always been determined and today we are more determined to defend ourselves or transposition is raising international concern about the future the nuclear deal michaela reports from the united nations. the security council went about its daily business discussing me and mine a closed session but the abrasive speech by president trump certainly resonated in this building please raise the iran deal was codify it in a security council resolution back in two thousand and fifteen at a time the u.s. and the u.n. had different leaders of what has been agreed. if you like to state and european union which of germany you write you must be fully implemented it is very important to you i'm sorry to see what is now happening with diplomats
6:06 am
of today are sorry to be are concerned by some of the implications of this statement because we stand by the joint conference of plan of action we judge it to be a good deal which helps improve international security and we want to see it continue to remain in force others argue the u.s. cannot unilaterally amend a security council resolution and it is not a bilateral agreement it does not belong to any single country and it is not up to any single country to terminate it it is a multilateral agreement which was unanimously endorsed by the united nations security council resolution twenty two thirty one and the leaders in germany france and the united kingdom added their concern for the deal formerly known as a joint comprehensive plan of action they say preserving the j.c.
6:07 am
p.o.a.'s in our shared national security interest the nuclear deal was a culmination of thirteen years of diplomacy and was a major step towards ensuring that iran's nuclear program is not diverted for military purposes the leaders added that they were worried and willing to act over iran's ballistic missile program and what they described as its regional activities . iran has sent a formal letter of protest to the u.n. secretary general it says the islamic republic of iran will not be the first to withdraw from the deal but if its rights and interests in the deal are not respected it will stop implementing all its commitments and will resume its peaceful nuclear program without any restrictions the greatest concern that iran itself withdraws from the deal shifting what was an internationally monitored and restrained nuclear process back into the darkness. united
6:08 am
nations at least two people have been shot dead during protests against kenya's electoral commission rallies have taken place despite a government ban police in nairobi disperse protesters using tear gas opposition supporters took to the streets ahead of a planned presidential election rerun in two weeks time for me the millers more from the capital nairobi. small scale protests have continued in different parts of kenya and that's despite a ban on protests taking place in the central business district of three main cities the opposition says banning these protests is unconstitutional and they want to continue demanding electoral changes from the electoral body now we understand that at least two people were killed in the bondo town in the western part of kenya when a group of demonstrators tried to storm a police station and that's when police opened fire now the concern is that they
6:09 am
could be excessive force by the police in these demonstrations if we look back to demonstrations in the week immediately after the august eighth elections a human rights bodies released a report saying at least thirty seven people were killed at that time and it's only all of these cases besides to that police report indicates a police used excessive force we expect to see more demonstration in the coming days as the electoral commission prepares for a rerun of the presidential vote on the twenty sixth of october a former u.n. chief is calling on myanmar to ensure a hinge of refugees can return to their homes not camps more than half a million have fled rakhine state to neighboring bangladesh since august kofi annan who heads a commission on the crisis has presented his report to the un security council the international community's prepared. to engage me a man and work on
6:10 am
a common road map used in the reporter there are kind state commission i said bases and to go for move forward together and gaze them on all the range of issues we have recommended and try and stabilize the situation because if we don't we are going to have a long term festering problem not in the region which can be very serious down the line then you have to get asco is france's former culture minister. she's been elected as the un's cultural agency faces uncertain times with the u.s. pulling out on thursday reports. she didn't start out as the favorite but at the end of a tense week of voting audrey as les emerged as the winner. executive board picked the french former culture minister as his new director general replacing bulgarian irina bokova as later takes over at
6:11 am
a turbulent time for the organization the u.s. and israel say they're pulling out accusing it of anti israel bias. at this time of crisis i think it's more important than ever to invest in unesco supported seek to reinforce or reformers and not to lay her. at forty five as a lay will be the youngest head of unesco she was a cultural advisor to former french president francois hollande before becoming culture minister her father is an advisor to the king of morocco she beat katter's hammered by only two votes her selection has disappointed those who said that after decades of european and north american heads it was the arab world's turn i think this is a disappointment for many many other citizens. of the flaming. but
6:12 am
anyway. that. she will be doing. for protection when as he lay begins her term in office she will face some tough challenges she takes. the critics say is in desperate need of reform and you'll have to work hard to try and heal the divisions. image i'm not state is central funding the u.s. stopped is eighty million dollar a year contributions in two thousand and eleven of the u.s. gave palestinians full membership israel followed suit and japan also cut funds last year after a different. politicize. what it could do better than it has until now is avoid divisions that lead to some countries abandoning it abandoning the ship and leaving it without funding and without a consensus you know sco was created in the aftermath of world war two to promote
6:13 am
peace through international co-operation in education science and culture some say as a late doesn't have enough experience to resolve its problems others say her youth will bring a fresh approach and a much needed change natasha al-jazeera paris time for a short break here al-jazeera when we come back opposition anger at a controversial move ahead of the venezuela vote that's seen as a test of nicolas maduro as president plus. the stars return to ages biggest film festival after a political struggle almost in the future stay with us. the end. welcome back we'll look at the weather across the americas in north america we've
6:14 am
got a developing area of low pressure you see it across parts of the midwest this front extending further towards the southwest so some heavy rain here pushing in across chicago through into the great lakes as the day wears on you know still some fairly pleasant conditions across more southern and eastern areas and across the west it's drawing but there's a bit of a breeze around still and the winds could become problematical once again for the firefighters tackle those wildfires in the south of the states but there is that frontal system really beginning to develop as we head through sunday snow once norden had rain extending all the way back down to say into texas as well but still woman find in the east with washington d.c. there are temperatures of twenty eight into central parts of america and the caribbean this is scattered showers across the i was particularly for parts of cuba and up into the bahamas otherwise moving on through not a great deal of change heading into sunday a scattering of showers but certainly from mexico where the conditions are generally looking somewhat better let's head into south america and here we've got plenty of showers affecting the amazon basin some showers also likely for peru lima
6:15 am
both a possibility a seeing some downpours but dry weather working its way into southern parts of brazil and finally sunshine empowered by highs of twenty one. bonus services on a mission to help children break the poverty cycle. follows their journey of sacrifice top class performance. when used at this time and how does it.
6:16 am
welcome back a quick recap of the top stories here on al-jazeera u.s. president donald trump has laid out an aggressive new strategy on iran didn't pull the u.s. out of the nuclear deal struck in july twenty fifteen but he's decided not to certify iran's compliance with the accord. iran's president hassan rouhani says the move goes against the spirit of the deal but his country remains committed to it international britain france and germany are trying to undermine the agreement. and police in kenya have shot and killed at least two people during protests against the electoral commission opposition supporters defied the demonstrations calling for reforms to prevent fraud and the rerun of the presidential poll in two weeks time. now new attempts are being made to secure a political settlement in libya twenty fifteen un that peace deal has failed to
6:17 am
unite the warring factions talks aimed at finding an agreement i was uming into me on saturday mahmoud looks at how people have been affected by the deadlock. it's maybe supplies medical equipment he had high hopes for his business when the bag agreement was signed by a rival politicians in december two thousand and fifteen but the deal never got over the ground. because of not implementing this agreement banks have stopped giving us credit we've become unable to do transactions and consequently unable to meet the demands of the market also prices have gone up and a libyan has lost value. this weekend committees from libya's house of representatives and the high state council will meet in tunisia in a bid to find common ground and a revised agreement that politicians could accept but on the streets there's not
6:18 am
a great deal of optimism of a breakthrough the close because the people in front of the banks every morning it's so crowded you know hopeful it's even worse than before. the most or whatever amendments they will do to the agreement will not get us anywhere because the politicians are striving not to improve people's living conditions but to guarantee their own political gains and interests. libya remains deeply divided and internationally recognized a government in tripoli and a self declared one in the east each backed by coalitions of former rebels people here say it's the politicians who are responsible for the economic and security problems in libya but for the past eighteen months the politicians themselves have been blaming others for derailing this. there is disagreement over who decides on appointments to high ranking military posts with the house of representatives wanting to be able to endorse
6:19 am
a nomination. like. the house of representatives is demanding is really where according to the agreement the high ranking suffer and pass should be endorsed by the house of representatives and the high state council high ranking military and security paris should be appointed by the presidency council so the house of representatives should blackmail the presidency council. these latest talks will include any coming in to select any new prime minister charged with forming a new government but until that is actually a change in the political landscape people like these young men are likely to regain their trust in politicians. and she's eager to paly u.s. defense secretary james mattis is urging iraqi and kurdish peshmerga forces to remain focused on defeating eisel that's after kurdish forces cleared villages around care coke and accused iraqi forces of preparing to seize kurdish held oil fields near the city where tensions have been rising since the kurds voted
6:20 am
overwhelmingly for succession from iraq and a non-binding referendum last month that has more from air bill in northern iraq the kurdish regional government talk a.r.g. says iraqi government troops and shia militia forces have moved closer to their peshmerga positions the peshmerga have controlled kirkuk and surrounding area since two thousand and fourteen after defending it against eisele when the iraqi army fled but kirkuk one of iraq's two main oil producing regions is disputed the peshmerga say they will not withdraw and will defend the city and its oil at any cost. large numbers of popular mobilisation forces and other iraqi forces arrived in this area south of cook this is dangerous and threatens war we did not come here to fight the iraqi army but if any forces try to overcome our front lines we will stand up to them and. the iraqi prime minister hydrilla body
6:21 am
denies his forces have moved into the area to take control of the oil fields from the peshmerga our armed forces cannot and will not attack our citizens whether arab or kurd he said it's been more than two weeks since the kurds celebrated the referendum on to session from iraq. since then turkey says it will gradually take control of its land border neighboring iran has made similar threats. the federal government has banned international flights to and from the kurdish region of iraq and a federal court has issued arrest warrants for members of the kayla g.'s electoral commission and now the calle g. says it is under straight from the same forces it worked with to defeat in northern iraq the peshmerga say they have voluntarily withdrawn from an area south of kirkuk in order to ease tension with nearby iraq each government forces. being
6:22 am
deployed to kirkuk and neither the k r g all the baghdad government willing to talk face to face unconditionally about the results of the controversial referendum there are mounting phase of a potential new conflict in northern iraq. al jazeera. the family of freed after being held hostage in pakistan for five years has returned to canada boyle and his american wife coleman was seized by the taliban linked group while hiking in afghanistan the couple had three children in captivity it was incredible and now i've been waiting to hear that voice. and then to hear her voice . and have it sound exactly like the last time i talked to you know taking your pregnant wife to a very dangerous place to me and and the kind of person that i am it is unconscionable venezuelans will vote in regional elections on sunday opposition
6:23 am
parties are protected to win most of the seats after months of violent anti-government protests the polls being seen as a test of president maduro his popularity to raise about reports from. opposition leaders in venezuela are crying foul they've just been told that more than two hundred voting stations for sunday's local elections have just been. there closing many voting centers around twelve percent of the people in this state have to vote somewhere else and they were only just notified the center was open until last night the voting machines were here. now it's closed. and believes this is part of a strategy to discourage people in the state of. what has traditionally voted for the opposition to head to the told on sunday. these elections are long overdue they should have taken place in december last year. for your position has been taken to
6:24 am
the streets to demand elections accusing the government of dismantling venezuelan institutions to hold on to power. government rejects the accusations it's told international observers that everything is on track for the vote. relocating voting centers is completely constitutional nobody is breaking the law it was announced by the electoral council decided is that in the places where there were incidents in the past. and that is legal precedent has said that the governor selected on sunday will have to be sworn in and subordinate themselves to the constitutional assembly a five hundred member legislative body that was elected almost three months ago he also said that those who are face to acknowledge it could face dismissal but. that . is illegal because it's election with field where they regularities. for the opposition the selections are
6:25 am
a chance to win some governorships and test the ground. scheduled for next year. the government is aware the world will be watching. they're using them to wash their face and. well that in venezuela there are elections this is not a dictatorship and there is no hunger here when all that isn't true. the government insists the election will be free and fair. the opposition will be hoping for some big wins any doubts over the way the vote is run and then once traders will likely take to the streets again. that is how will. south africa's supreme court of appeal has upheld the high court ruling to reinstate nearly eight hundred old corruption and fraud charges against president jacob zuma that date back to before he took office in two thousand and nine hundred pages more from one time it took less than fifteen minutes for the supreme court of appeal to
6:26 am
reject the president's latest attempt to avoid corruption charges. dismissed with costs. the charges relate to allegations during a multi-million dollar deal from the one nine hundred ninety s. they were controversially dropped in two thousand and nine clearing the way for jacob zuma to become president the reason given by the prosecutor at the time was that secretly recorded phone conversations showed political interference last year the high court ruled the decision to drop the charges was irrational and they should be reinstated some legal experts say with the supreme court's now dismissing his latest appeal the ruling must be enforced and over the last decade smacker with this provoked him to avoid this event. he is actions of a man who has a lot to answer so in this life. i'll be writing to the national prosecuting
6:27 am
authority the public prosecutions are. insisting that in fact jacob zuma has served with an indictment and appears in court. at the soonest available. but the n.p.a. the national prosecuting authority sees it differently it says that because the supreme court didn't explicitly say the charges are reinstated that means it's able to reconsider the investigation that judge lewis did you know what instruct the n.p.a. it is one of the crimes that we are greeted polluted them are telling our people that the court has not instructed to reinstate the charges it must be said that matter to the n.p.a. for it consideration this is an important decision because it's being interpreted differently by the opposition democratic alliance which is doggedly pursued the president and the n.p.a. it's not as decisive as it might same ultimately there are still several options
6:28 am
available to president zuma who has always strongly denied the allegations the national prosecuting authority says it will do the right thing and follow the law but some opposition parties say it's current here is an ally of president jacob zuma making the prosecution of a president who is facing mounting opposition seem unlikely tinier page al-jazeera from fronting south africa asia's biggest film festival has opened in south korea a year after a political scandal almost threatened its future former president park geun to hey had a blacklist of artists that were critical of her government some filmmakers boycotted last year's event in protest well now with park impeached and out of office the stars are returning to the red carpet rubber bride reports from both sides. on the red carpet there were stars and glitz in abundance but the opening was still a little time. this is the first decent film festival since the full extent of the
6:29 am
so-called black list controversy was revealed. movie makers are still coming to terms with it. i believe no matter what happens the freedom of expression should not be controlled late last year it emerged then president park geun hye was operating a blacklist against artists she saw as hostile to her government a number of them in the film industry they religiously denied public funding and showing their work was discouraged. an investigation of the scandal has led to ministers and senior officials being prosecuted while park herself is behind bars. the control of the arts was a historical regression the least impacted the creative real of the filmmakers and undermined artistic freedom. one of the highest profile victims was this
6:30 am
documentary about the say well ferry tragedy that killed more than three hundred passengers most of them schoolchildren in twenty fourteen the film laid a lot of the blame on government negligence supporters of president try to stop the documentary being shown that here when it was shown its place in the festival budget was cut as a punishment leading some filmmakers to boycott this event they say with government interference. the festival has begun to recover helped by a new government in power and like any good plot the organizers see this as a life changing episode which makes it strong. like that at the festival or suffered scars and difficulties but in overcoming them we can take pride from not succumbing to political oppression we have pulled the festival together and move forward. hoping to emerge the hero and the happy ending
6:31 am
macbride al-jazeera busan south korea. remind of the top stories here on al-jazeera u.s. president donald trump has laid out an aggressive new strategy on iran he didn't pull us out of the nuclear deal struck in july twenty fifteen but he's decided not to certify iran's compliance with the accord iran says the move goes against the spirit of the agreement show. are you worried about it. what about those weapons you give every day to aggressor countries i know targeting of the oppressed people of yemen with planes and bombs that you built yourself you don't have any protest about those weapons and that's aggression and you targeted our oil platforms you are always the aggressor in this region our weapons our missiles of defending ourselves we have always been determined and today we are
6:32 am
more determined to defend ourselves police in kenya have shot and killed at least two people during protests against the electoral commission opposition supporters defied a ban on demonstrations for reforms to prevent fraud in the rerun of the presidential poll in two weeks' time france's former culture minister. has been named as the u.s. goes new director general she succeeds bulgaria's irina bokova at a turbulent time with the us and israel saying their withdrawal from the un's cultural agency former un secretary general kofi annan has called on me and martin let revenge a refugee safely return to their homes more than half a million are in neighboring bangladesh to escape a military crackdown in rakhine state venezuelans are preparing to vote in sunday's regional elections for twenty three governorships the opposition parties operated to win most of the seats as nicolas maduro his presidency is embroiled in political and economic crises. the family freed after being held hostage in pakistan for five
6:33 am
years has returned to canada joshua boyle and his american wife and coleman was seized by the taliban linked to colony group while hiking in afghanistan a couple had three children one in captivity but those are the headlines the news continues here on al-jazeera after one of. them. china is holding what appears to be its most significant communist party congress in decades with president xi jinping to consolidate his power what does that mean for this country and indeed the rest of the world join me adrian brown live coverage and analysis here on. the camaro rouge once ruled cambodia its oppressive policies brought down to nations rich culture performances. and most artists and musicians. today a local circuits sparking an artistic revival.

12 Views

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on