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i'm richelle carey this is al jazeera life and hall so coming up. russian and syrian troops launch an offensive to retake a border city under our control in syria. what is going on on models i love the movie the crisis and no one will help us a desperate plea from hundreds of refugees who say they have been abandoned on mannus island. to the new wave of artisans in hong kong waving modern life and to an ancient craft. an international search and arrest warrant has been issued for deposed catalogue president carlos put him on spanish prosecutors want to investigate him for rebellion and sedition over last month's declaration of independence but the sacked leader is missed two days of court hearings in madrid. and brussels where he
intends to challenge any attempt to extradite him to spain but he has also said he's willing to cooperate with belgian authorities elgin has twenty four hours to react to the european arrest warrant several months aides are also being sought so catalans views about all of this the really split over how the deposed president has handled this crisis. she could getting that in india the new i want catalonia to be independent and i think all politicians are doing everything possible so they can help calm the public we are suffering a bit because spanish politicians are playing like a cat chasing a dog but i think it's not going to let us down you know she defends having to do you need i don't know what beliefs they have but when someone does what he's done and calls for independence and then flees that's not good he's fleeing from the law the president has to fulfill the law if he starts doing something outside of it that is going to lose everything he stated traitorous following the developments in brussels so david fishman has said that he would fight you know extradition being
basically forcibly and sent back to spain but is there any reason to think that he will voluntarily appear before court today. well i just you know what the procedure is the federal prosecutor's office here which received the warrant studying the paperwork they'll then hand them over to an investigative judge and a spokesman for the prosecutor's office said that they will get the papers to an investigative judge either today or on sunday and that means that bush tomorrow and the rest of his cabinet ministers have twenty four hours to appear before that investigative judge if they don't then the police will be sent to arrest them but it is very clear that bush tomorrow is actually going to cooperate as he said with the belgian courts so he will resent surrender and appear along with his. cabinet
ministers depose cabinet ministers before that court but we don't yet know when those papers are going to be served to that court but this is under the european arrest warrant procedure and that actually means the whole process can take up to sixty days and in some special circumstances up to ninety days so it's a process that could last for something like three months and clearly when he appears before that investigative judge the deposed president of catalonia will actually say that he has grounds for challenging the basis of those arrest warrants he says that perhaps we don't know what his tactics will be but perhaps a human rights have been abused or that he can use another way of challenging the arrest warrants which is. which is a special way of looking at the laws of the two countries the charges of sedition charges of rebellion rebellion carries a thirty year prison sentence they're going to find out in the court in the court
will judge this whether the rebellion and sedation as defined in madrid as the same as rebellion and sedation are defined here in belgium now that could be a very long process and that would allow i don't think these are the tactics of. i'm on is mrs that would allow them to remain free if they get bail and and carry on with campaigning for the regional elections that have been cool for the sever the twenty first by madrid so they will carry on what they call that peaceful fight for the independence and freedom of catalonia here in inside brussels using the safety and security of the heart of the european union so those are the tactics he intends to remain free but cooperate fully with the belgian judicial system ok david satter live for us in brussels david thank you. and military assault to push out of the border city under its control in syria is underway russian jets are pounding on the syria iraq border in the doors or countryside six civilians were
killed after residential areas were targeted syrian army's elite forces aided by iran backed shia militia and hezbollah fighters are leading the operation on the ground on friday beisel was pushed pushed out of doors or city the armed groups last major urban stronghold in the country the top adviser to iran's supreme leader says syrian government forces will advance soon to retake rock a city tehran has been backing syrian president bashar assad on the battlefield against opposition fighters and i mean you know the americans by locating in eastern iraq are trying to divide syrians into two parts as they tried to do in iraq they won't succeed in syria we'll witness in the near future the advance of government and popular forces in syria and east of the euphrates and the liberation of iraq a city with the latest from hostile to help are his tracking all these developments from ghazi on top on the turkey syria border let's start with. the latest that's happening there and the significance of this. rochelle the russian
airstrikes continue now targeting i said positions on the outskirts of the town of book the syrian military is about fifty kilometers from the town and we're expecting them to engage where they are with fighters later in the day over the last forty eight hours the russians have intensified their campaign against i sell saying that they have managed to destroy. a minister in depose and also fortification post the russians and the syrians believe that some of the top commanders are not operating and will come after the major losses they suffered across the country are civilians who are trapped in the fighting are concerned about the safety activists interval come and say that dozens of people were killed over the last few days because of the intense air strikes targeting i said now we
expect also to see the syrian army and the iraqi army coordinate this military operation for different reasons now i said is on squeeze on both sides from the iraqi side the iraqi side of the army is moving forward towards a from the east the syrian army is moving from al mayor dean towards the the center of the town to see if they would like to cooperate to ensure that i said operatives have absolutely no other option surrender or they would face death ok let's talk about what we mentioned just a moment ago hashmi advisor to iran's supreme leader saying that our focus was going to be on retaking rocco what do we know about that. this comes against the backdrop of some statements made by the military the syrian military that it is determined once it defeats icily in their lives or to move north towards iraq and to take it over and then move to words other kurdish strongholds particularly. now this is something that could potentially create problems not only
. for the warring factions in syria but also for key players like the russians and the americans the united states of america has provided significant military assistance to the us the f. which is a coalition of goodies and factions of the us would like to have a role as a key city in their own. autonomous region they would like to have a state of their own with this if the russians if the syrians move towards iraq absolutely no way that the can defend it without the help of the americans is going to sit down with the russians about a long way towards a political settlement in syria this is what we don't know about because there are still divisions between the two key players about how to move forward the russians would like to stay in power as the americans say that should have no future in the country are they going to agree on a federal state what it what role with the minorities so i think unless the pin
down those details the situation would remain a very explosive in syria have a lot to divisions and competing agendas for sure. thank you. more than six hundred refugees have made a desperate plea to new zealand's prime minister the head of her meeting with her australian counterpart now for years new zealand had offered to resettle some of the refugees that australia locked in its offshore prison camps and an asylum camp was decommissioned on tuesday but hundreds of refugees there they're refusing to leave because they say they're afraid that they'll be attacked by locals we are the international community to discuss what is going on on models i love the movement and human journey and crisis and no one will help us. international community will intervene and we are big. government. because new zealand is the only country today they have been fighting again and again and again they want to get us
out of because of the center. this tense standoff on man is silent has been the focus of weekend rallies and several australian cities andrew thomas went to the gathering in sydney. the central message of this protest is bring them here the refugees who were sent to the pacific islands of mass improper new guinea and the route before a half years ago have suffered enough and should be brought to australia and the more immediate and of course the concern very concerned about conditions inside the walls australia is frozen on the minus on in the six hundred men who are refusing to leave that facility now being without fresh water without food and without power . is mine a drinking water they're collecting in winnie bins and we're getting out of a self built well but there are real concerns about dysentery and other health problems present now australia's government says those men have been in accommodation elsewhere all manner saw islands but the united nations analysts say
that accommodation isn't ready for them yet. and the refugees any why cite that accommodation isn't site by site that it isn't protected from the locals who want to do them harm who don't welcome them into the community and many of those refugees when they have been out of that present the past have. well we spoke to a few of the protesters here and here's some of what i had to say is appalling and . i think i think i think. they're coming. because. it's completely not illegal horrible and i think it's really. really bad to get off. the false bring these men who are suffering. on sunday in new zealand prime minister comes to australia to talk to her australian
counterpart. to say that she sticks by an offer made by her freedom to take one hundred fifty of the refugees and resettle them. has rejected but it will be made again on sunday and then there is the question of whether. the really . what will strike then if a deal is made between those two independent countries still ahead on al-jazeera that's president. began his first official trip to asia and will tell you what's on the agenda plus million of children millions of children around the world are affected by nutrition related issues because of global policy expert.
welcome back we'll look at the weather across southeastern parts of asia first of all and your attention is drawn to this circulation this is our typhoon damrey which is heading now across vietnam has made landfall decrease in intensity rapidly and it's like to do some very heavy rain across parts of vietnam through into cambodia and eventually thailand meanwhile we've had some very heavy rain affecting parts of the philippines so looking at the forecast we've got most of the wet weather across the philippines and through vietnam towards cambodia and thailand to further towards the south showers across much of borneo coaching to be quite wet at times and should be largely dry for java maybe one or two showers developing here moving up through them in a pinch where we've got to shower to singapore in kuala lumpur but it should be largely dry for bangkok but as we move on through into monday i think we'll find more in the way of showers developing here so let's head down into a straight here and we've got an area of low pressure across southeastern areas
which is developing and that could produce some heavy rain here temperatures across this region also but on the low side at the moment have some chilly nights camber there looking at highs of eighteen degrees but heading on through into monday last night low pressure begins to develop and it could be quite a wet one in camera with highs of just seventeen. on counting the cost black gold big dreams in a mega city in the desert why saudi arabia is pinning its hopes on a ram coach a future proof its economy to raise or not to raise a big decision for the bank of england and talking turkey the challenges behind its strong recovery counting the cost at this time on al-jazeera.
last. you're watching al-jazeera let's take a look at the top stories right now and international search an arrest warrant has been issued for the deposed caroline president carla's group samantha along with several of his aides stay remains in belgium where he fled after the declaration of cattle on independence a military assault to push i saw out of a border city under its control in syria is underway russian jets are pounding elbow kemal on these syria iraq border and the jurors or countryside syrian army's elite forces are leading the operation on the ground. more than six hundred refugees and made a desperate plea to new zealand's prime minister out of her meeting with her australian counterpart and zealand has offered to resettle some of the refugees
from the now decommissioned australian run prison camp a man a silent and top on again a qatari foreign minister has been speaking about the gulf diplomatic crisis at the world policy conference and morocco. funny urged the dialogue to end the five month blockade on qatar by four arab states. to learn from history we cannot then by experience then tell you it was witness the same conflicts the same crisis everywhere and took years and years and none of them has been solved in a battlefield none of them has been solved in a confrontation all of them being sold out on the table and we hope that all of the crises in the middle east will be solved. as president donald trump has visited pearl harbor during a stopover in hawaii before he embarks on his first of this official visit to asia pearl harbor was the scene of that surprise attack by japan in one thousand nine hundred one that plunged the u.s.
into world war two trump honor the thousands of americans who lost their lives there he will now leave for asia on a twelve day trip that will take him to japan south korea china vietnam and the philippines as our white house correspondent kimberly halcro deports north korea will be high on the agenda. as president donald trump has worked to nurture relationships on u.s. soil with chinese president xi and japanese prime minister abbay dinners at mar a lago even rounds of golf president liberty now trumps headed for his first trip as president to asia it's a twelve day tour to visit japan south korea china vietnam and the philippines and given trump's inconsistent stance on foreign policy issues no one's quite sure what to expect they will be met with fire and frankly power. looming over the visit is trump's brazen rhetoric with north korean leader kim jong
un trumps escalated the crisis and raise fears even the smallest miscalculation on both sides could lead to war unlike the trip in the spring by u.s. vice president pence white house officials say trump will not visit the south korean side of the demilitarized zone overlooking north korea instead he'll visit u.s. soldiers at nearby camp humphries trumps meeting with leader moon could be tense trumps inflame the relationship by suggesting south korea alone pay for the u.s. missile defense system in itself. well moon has reminded trump there can be no military action against north korea without souls consent their money manipulators their currency manipulators trumps china visit may be equally complicated on the campaign trail trump bash china's a currency manipulator stealing american jobs officials say he'll make
a similar argument over unfair trade practices well in beijing private enterprise and open markets is the best model to increase prosperity throughout the region and despite trump's positive relationship with japan's leader there is concern in that they. tough talk on north korea continues to put the country and wider region at risk those fears are casting a shadow over trump's attendance at two major economic summit in vietnam and also in the philippines overall it is i have to get genda for a region that remains wary given donald trump's consistently unpredictable diplomatic style can really help at al-jazeera washington almost every country in the world rich or poor is affected by nutrition related challenges that the stark finding of this year's global nutrition report says a problem is posing a significant burden on one hundred forty countries that were studied the report
says one hundred fifty five million children under five are stunted that means that they are shorter than they should be fifty two million children worldwide do not weigh as much as they should according to their height a condition defined as being wasted obesity too is on the rise in almost every country affecting two billion people a third of men and women in north america for instance are obese that's affecting children as well from both high and low income countries with forty one million children under the age of five classified as overweight corrina hawks is co-chair of the global nutrition reports and dependent expert group she joins us via skype from milan and we appreciate your time what do you think was the most surprising shocking of these findings. this uprising finding is that there's been a tremendous amount. attempting to produce.
and despite the arts need you know these shows that we are not on track to achieve as. the global nutrition targets that we set out that means that we are nowhere close to achieving sustainable development go which cool spending money in its schools we offer cools as a spy to the hard way that we are doing why is that what obviously if if we knew we wouldn't be there but but what has been identified as is the things that are keeping that from happening what's keeping nothing happening that we are working far too much in our sexes. he's going to take action across sectors to help dresses and stand with development goals a global agenda driving development who an integrated vision of development where everyone is connected together to help so each other's problems that we're not
doing in the region he needs you cannot reach out to others and say you want to stand with the production if you want with us more likely to achieve your goals we need sustainable food production so how could she our growth is the same in other areas and infrastructure in how it's just you know areas around equity poverty and women's empowerment in peace and stability we'll only really address when we come together as a community to address. these objectives when you talk about something like malnutrition and this report covered a lot of things malnutrition and obesity both but you know front if you don't really know how they say things work i think you would probably think ok obesity is happening and countries where there is an abundance of resources and malnutrition is happening and poor countries it's a lot more complicated than that though isn't it. i mean seriously we see very high
rates of underweight and stunting very. very few access to it but we actually see obesity growing everywhere we do see the highest levels in the united states for example but we also know that when we see that the most lies is about the increase in obesity. and middle income countries so we have a situation where i can't still have buttons of stunting still have my own each deficiency is also experienced. and obesity is growing i just asked to wait in countries than it did historically and which you can't please so what we see is eighty eight percent of complete and not new analysis which we used to day having a serious burden oh i think too we will have money to shoot because my can be cheap . and media also stubbornly high in all countries including hind
countries ok korea hawks thank you very much for breaking down the study for us i would appreciate it very much thank you very much. argentina's former vice president has been arrested on corruption charges do is the second key official from the government of x. president cristina kirchner to be detained to race a bow reports from venice addis. he was arrested early in the morning argentina's former vice president. was taken away by the police at an upscale neighborhood of one a site is accused of corruption and money laundering. justice is being done. to cut the wings. of committing crimes try to hide their wrongdoing and complicate the case that was decided in that he was called over. who are investigated or suspected of corruption.
the fifty five year old economist faces three charges of what is formally term does elicit enrichment you accusations date back to two thousand and nine when he was cristina fernandez the economy minister. two years later he became argentina's vice president after cristina kirchner won reelection. bid last year several members from the previous administration and people close to former president cristina kirchner have been arrested they have been accused of corruption money laundering part of a criminal organization that stole millions from state funds in this investigation for years but it is now with a change in government that they have started to move forward. who is the second major official to be arrested last week former public works minister who was detained also on corruption charges which he denies the arrests represent a blow to the former president who has herself been accused of corruption.
but what worries him is that the high profile detentions appear politically motivated. there's been a change in the way the judiciary is operating because much of what we have seen are preventative detentions and not to happen in the past judges are requesting the detention of high profile figures that satisfy the media and society they are more political than anything else. also questions why some cases are moving faster than others. why hasn't kirshner been detained she is supposedly the chief of the criminal organization. main challenger was elected a senator last month cristina kirchner continues to be a strong political figure that polarizes argentinean society something that analysts say benefits the current administration arrests of high profile figures
are expected to continue in the months to come some in argentina believe they're finally seeing justice others fear they are witnessing a politically inspired witch hunt. it's a craft in china and a staple of its national culture for the future of border a maybe endanger group of artisans in hong kong is giving the trade a make over sarah clarke reports. it might be a tiny space with each shelf crammed with colorful shoes but it's not a problem for these customers seeking unique hand-woven designs them already come the shoes are totally handmade i appreciate this kind of traditional croft embroideries a family affair with a mirror wall she learnt the craft from her grandparents who set up the business sixty years ago she's now taking up the reins expanding what's on offer modernizing her grandfather's traditional approach many years ago my grandfather only made one
sawzall wearing serious but now i have many many different styles and you can see there are some blossoms dragon and phoenix and also some flowers. of my own borders use despite the popularity of issues she's worried the trade is struggling to attract new talent who came to pursue it as a long term career many people are just interested in making them as a hobby or make them to fall for their friends and their families that they want to as a future career it's with that in mind young artists and the trying to promote this refined that we want has embraced social media earning her an international profile others like added you are trying to modernize the ancient chinese designs now didn't you know how many going to the customers used to be interested in the traditional double sided embroidery. over recent years our customer groups are from the younger generation. this silken broidery business dates back three hundred
years as well as some of the traditional designs there updating their techniques needlecraft with calligraphy brush paintings creating popular modern designs one. way i notice the growing number of people appreciate this back to chinese embroidery culture in recent years including westerners but there are now more westerners appreciating and understanding our embroidery culture some next generation artisans may be thriving but that might not be enough to entice more young people to take up this craft and with out more young apprentices some are concerned that the future of chinese embroidery could remind fry. al-jazeera hong kong. take a look at the headlines on al-jazeera and international search an arrest warrant has been issued for the deposed catalan president carlos pushed him out along with
several of his aides he remains in belgium where he fled after the declaration of cattle on and dependence a military assault to push out of a border city under its control in syria is underway russian jets are pounding album on the syria iraq border and the terrorists or countryside the syrian army's elite forces are leading the operation on the ground. more than six hundred refugees have made a desperate plea to new zealand's prime minister ahead of her meeting with her australian counterpart on his offer to resettle some of the refugees from the now decommissioned australian one prison camp on man a silent on again. we are pleading the international community to discuss what is going on on models i love the movies inhibitory and christ and no one will help us all if the international community will intervene and we are big. government. because new zealand is the only country today they have been fighting again and again and again they want to get us out of because of the center. yes president has
visited pearl harbor during a stopover in hawaii before hand marks on his first official visit to asia pearl harbor of course was the scene of a surprise attack by japan in one thousand nine hundred one that plunged the u.s. into world war two honor and the thousands of americans who lost their lives there . on a twelve day trip that will take him to japan south korea china vietnam and the philippines. more fighters from a gaza based armed group have died after israel blew up a cross border tunnel earlier this week that brings the number of deaths from that blast to twelve and the group says it's been denied access to recover the bodies a report by an independent expert group on nutrition says almost every country in the world rich or poor is affected by malnutrition according to the global nutrition report one hundred fifty five million children under the age of five for stunted obesity two is on the rise in almost every country there are some and
underway in milan to address this global problem. those are the headlines the news continues right here on al-jazeera after counting the cost peter. germany is hosting this year's climate talks president from the united states out of the pars agreement would know the global efforts to tackle climate change in that fanaticism live reports from the climate conference in bone and from the frontlines of groby warming climate s.o.s. one just zero. hello i'm has this is counting the cost on your weekly look at the well the business and economics this week twenty thirty and beyond we take a look at saudi arabia's vision for economic reform starting with the ram. also this.