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observers believe could put all of the u.s. in range. as you say get this is live from doha also coming up. i am not a war criminal like i have just. stunning scenes at a u.n. war crimes court a former bosnian croat military leader appears to drink poison after his sentence is up held. a look at what it will take to spawn life back into zimbabwe's shattered economy plus. a day set aside to show global solidarity with palestinians coming at a time when israeli pressure on the occupied west bank is growing. north korea's leader has declared that his country is now a full nuclear states and can strike anywhere in the u.s.
that's off the successfully testing its most powerful missile yet the launch of provoked a usual round of global outrage and the u.n. security council is gathering for an emergency meeting later on wednesday kathy novak reports from south korea's capital seoul. it's being celebrated as a priceless victory in north korea state media says the country has completed its rocket system development with the successful test launch of a new long range missile and you're going to get the i.c.b.m. while song fifteen weapon system is that into continental ballistic rocket to the super large heavy warhead which is capable of striking the whole mainland of the u.s. it's the third i.c.b.m. tested this year north korea says this one is more advanced than the hawse on fourteen's in july traveling for around fifteen minutes to an altitude of about four and a half thousand kilometers before landing in waters off japan the intended target
according to pyongyang's media from the u.s. president who has threatened fire in fury in the past this response or we can you know you will take care of it we have general menace in the room with us and we've had a long discussion about it. it is a situation that we will handle it went higher frankly than any previous thought they paid for research and development effort on their part to continue building ballistic missile that could threaten. everywhere in the world basically south korea says it detected the test in advance of the launch at around three a.m. local time and immediately responded with joint army navy and air force drills launching three missiles that simultaneously hit a simulated target the intended message to north korea the south could take out the launch site if necessary president trump spoke with the leaders of south korea and japan. japan will resolutely enhance its pressure on north korea to the maximum
level we will continue to protect the lives and livelihood of the people of japan on to the strong japan u.s. alliance president monday and told trump that north korea's technology has apparently improved agreeing to continue the sanctions campaign that angers kim jong un's government but so far has failed to stop its missile and nuclear tests. yourself korea and the united states along with the international community have no other choice but to continue applying strong pressure and sanctions the south korean government says those sanctions are designed to force north korea to negotiations there has been no communication between the two countries since last year the u.s. and its allies have often said that denuclearization is a precondition for talks but it seems increasingly likely that if north korea comes to the table it will insist on doing so as a nuclear state kathy novak al jazeera sole hans blix is
a former director general of the international atomic energy agency he says north korea's actions are based on fear. well we don't know yet whether these tests indicate that they have missed and really enters the atmosphere and set off in the ocean but well if it would now can do it now or later well they will have the capacity so the situation is tense one i think that the best you know it remains a suspension open ended suspension. of the on the all three and suspension of the big military maneuvers that scares the. u.s. and south korea and mount the territory of south korea but also the. act of carrying a long goes on with bombers and there was more as the north koreans there in march
and they want to demonstrate to their capacity. other been traumatic scenes that a u.n. war crimes court and the hague where i former bosnian croat military leader appear to drink poison seconds after judges upheld his twenty year sentence is just suspended proceedings while he was seen to but they've now resumed punishments reports with his twenty year sentence for war crimes upheld on appeal but i'm probably active was not about to go quietly if we were seated. shouting i am not a war criminal a former croatian general took a drink from a soul bottles. for a short time the presiding judge continued to deliver verdicts on the other defendants then probably heard again through a translator i have taken poison the seventy two year old lawyer repeats a client's claim not to like me on deep. clients as he drank
a poison this morning she says respond please stick your to. probably flew from zagreb to the netherlands and surrendered himself to the hague tribunal in two thousand and four with his co-defendants he was charged with trying to create what was described as an ethnically pure greater croatia. probably ak was found guilty with others of helping a stylish concentration camps for bosnian muslims and specifically he was charged with ordering the destruction of the city of must ask ottoman era brick. these were the last verdicts to be handed down by the international criminal court for the former yugoslavia it was set up in one thousand nine hundred three at the height of the balkans wars to prosecute europe's worst atrocities since world war two bernard smith al-jazeera pope francis has urged me n. mars put its leaders to tackle prejudice and hatred during his visit in yank on the
pope avoided using the name of the persecuted minority but he preached a message of forgiveness in a public mass and also called on people to resist the temptation for revenge. next stop is in bangladesh the tiny catholic community and darker is getting ready to welcome him on thursday some of hell prayer sessions in their homes hoping the pope's visit will promote more tolerance for their religion in a muslim majority nation christians make up fewer than one percent of bangladesh's population a syrian government to go here it is have arrived in geneva to join the latest round of talks aimed at ending the war the us government initially refused to confirm it would attend the government was angry opposition wanted to talk about bashar al assad's removal as syrian president something that it says is off the table to get more or less now from james space in geneva who has been following this for so so james what more on the meetings that are taking place today.
well the first meeting with the government involved is taking place right now it's a courtesy call this is the same thing the u.n. special envoy did earlier with the opposition he's gone to the government's hotel which is close here to the u.n. headquarters and i think if it's anything like his meeting with the opposition side this will be welcoming them to geneva and setting out his plan for how he's going to proceed and his agenda now what's not clear is whether the government side will be late to having a formal meeting with him here at u.n. headquarters in geneva we were told that's a possibility in the next few hours starting this process going with both sides because of course the special envoys already met the opposition. and as far as. the syrian government's approach to all of all of this they they have just
arrived how are they going to be looking at this and and the possibility that there may be some face to face talks here. well certainly the opposition would like to see face to face talks the opposition also would like to see everything that is covered by the u.n. resolution that sets out how this is supposed to work which is resolution twenty two fifty four of the u.n. security council to be covered and there is some criticism from the opposition side about stefan de mistura the special envoy and the fact that he's been focusing on some parts of that resolution not other parts they say that you need to go back to the resolution and start with the first thing in the resolution which is political transition before you move on to a future constitution and elections supervised by the united nations so disagreement but i think some disagreement between the opposition and the special envoy even before the government gets involved i have to say we've seen so many
rounds of talks here we've seen so much fighting ongoing even until hours before these talks started. with an aerial bombardment that you have to say hopes on particularly high. change base life for us there in geneva thanks jason. grated breaking news to tell you about a story about the bosnian war crimes appeal hearing. earlier we have ported to you that the person in cry at mr. had taken what he said was a poison it is now being reported by croatian t.v. that he has now died after allegedly taking at this point and that's all the information that we have on this at the moment but we did hear from the judges from the proceedings in the hay. a little bit earlier the judge talking about the courtroom being now
a crime scene that's all the information that we have on this at the moment of course bring you more as and when we get it we're going to bring in dennis again deputy director for the. project which associated with the balkan transitional justice project joins us from syria thanks very much for being with us. so what do you make then of these reports first of all. we have not been able to. actually we have confirmation that he was the. presiding judge tried and i would use at the beginning the actual police the rest of the hearing was held was dreamed up one that this was the crime scene our. police are the. one. to see what actually happened. we just. confirmation.
are there. for the creation and we'll see. all the confirmation of whether or not. and as far as the case itself this involves mr r. slow down and a number of other men in these are accused of persecution and war crimes going back to the early one nine hundred ninety s. during the break up of the former yugoslavia just just give us a little bit of the background to that how serious these crimes are and the case that these men have for appealing it. this is actually the final verdict of this is actually the appeal so it does apply or a verdict and it cannot be appealed and then the case these men is one of the most high profile cases in the history of they tried not just the allied court for or are a quarter of a century now from the early ninety's when it was created it is the first time that
they tried bureau has developed with crimes. by charge by the in crowd up the shoals against one of the other german conflict the last the between one thousand at least ninety two or nearly ninety three up until ninety ninety for most of the trial of their. tribe you know have been against the serbs perpetrated against bosniaks but this is one of the rare cases where the bunny grow up leadership was it was investigated six men were prosecuted all of them all of them have been buggin to the joint criminal enterprise into an exploding bosnia population for a crime from territories that crites. will believe or will was there is. now they have been sentenced to a total of one hundred eleven years and the other. was sentenced to the last twenty five years in prison or whatever the men trample of this liquid and not because of
this great sometimes to twenty two more men to twenty years one to sixteen want to use it to speak with you dennis kucinich talking to us there from sorry i thank you . we will force him to have more on this developing story as and when we get other stories now forces loyal to renegade libyan general khalifa haftar are accused of summarily killing dozens of men in the eastern town of near benghazi human rights watch says local police forces discovered the bodies of thirty six men relatives told the rights group the men had been detained by halftimes forces the international criminal court has already issued an arrest warrant for mahmoud fairly a commander allied with half dollar for a series of killings u.s. president donald trump has retreated anti muslim videos from a far right british activist group his twitter account retreated three separate
videos posted by jade of france and who is a deputy leader of the britain first group the videos contain unverified and graphic scenes president trump has over forty million followers kimberly how kit joins us now from washington d.c. so kimberly there's been quite a lot of reaction to this already given even though it's still early in the morning there in washington what more can you tell us. well i can tell you that many americans waking up and seeing this weren't exactly sure whether or not the president himself was sharing this on his twitter account or whether in fact he had been hacked that's because it was so inflammatory in terms of the videos that were shared by the president not just inflammatory and verified and also obviously hurtful to many muslims not just inside the united states but outside the united states now repeatedly the white house has said that the information shared by the
president is official policy is certainly a reflection of the president and what he believes and well we have not had any reaction from the white house so far certainly those standard explanations from the past exist when it comes to these tweets and that's why so many in the united states are particularly shocked given the fact that this gives us some insight into what the president believes and the fact that he is one of the most powerful men on the planet certainly is concerning to many given the content of these videos the fact that it shows three different videos that seem to highlight alleged attacks by muslims against people and property being shared by the president but again and verified committee how could life for us there in washington thank you many british government leaders are reported to be close to reaching an agreement on the so-called briggs it divorce bill british media said it will cost u.k.
taxpayers pay is sixty five billion dollars to settle the key sticking point in negotiations to leave the e.u. leaders there are fusing to discuss future trade deals and two that among other issues is set to the next high level meeting is due on monday how the world health organization is appealing for more money to fight malaria doctors are surprised by the number of deaths and rising infection rates especially in india and some african countries that's actually name has more. mosquito nets and anti-malarial medicine are two of the biggest weapons in the fight against malaria just ask these african mothers visiting a clinic during the pregnant days to take good care of me. thinking that i wrote something on their way to follow your dream every day is money area and they have to give both roles i feel relieved. the mosquito borne disease is a ferocious foe despite global eradication efforts around four hundred fifty
thousand people died last year the world health organization or w.h.o. says the number of infections increased by one million pair to two thousand and fifteen did catch us off guard although we have noticed an increase for the last three years we thought that the increasing use of insecticide treated nets as well as the increased use of tests for malaria would decline it would cause a decline in the highest number of malaria deaths was in nigeria the democratic republic of congo and india the w.h.o. says more funding will save lives as will a change in treatment methods the number of people access treatment is not as high as it should be we have made certain assumptions and yet almost forty percent of children on the five who should be getting treatment i'm not
getting into toll the w.h.o. is hoping to reverse the rising trend by ensuring people have access to preventive measures and treatment both in public and private health sector natasha going to aim al-jazeera. leaders from europe and africa holding their first joint summit it's taking place in the ivory coast they say it will herald a new partnership but there's growing concern that aid to africa is being used to block refugees and migrants instead of being used for development let's get more on this from the tasha butler who is in abidjan for sana tasha fair to say migration very much at the top of the agenda at this summit right now. yes well the leaders are just arriving and shortly they will begin this summit and when they do get down to business there is no doubt that migration will be one of the issues which really dominates their talks it comes at
a time when so many people still trying to absorb the fact that refugees are being traded to slaves in libya and what officials on both sides have told us is that we can expect some sort of initiative or plan from the a.u. e.u. partnership to try and tackle those prices to try and evacuate many of those refugees who are trapped there also questions over e.u. aid because it's linked to all this because some people are saying that the fact that much of e.u. aid is being used to try and manage europe's migration crisis in africa is fuelling situations on the ground like the one we're seeing in libya and elsewhere across the african continent and that is something that is likely to be raised is also something that we found out more about when we went to brussels last week. in a park in brussels not far from the headquarters of the european union volunteers help dozens of refugees to find shelter from the cold sudanese eritrean ethiopian
most say they've endured terrible journeys to reach europe like daniel he's been here for three months. as refugees continue to arrive on their doorstep european leaders scramble for ways to stop more coming their latest strategy is to offer african countries more development aid if they crack down on migration and when i talk with our african partners about the future it's not development that comes up more often it's other two words investments and security the e.u. is the biggest donor of aid to africa giving twenty billion euros a year but some members of the european parliament are frustrated that some of the money is being used to manage europe's refugee crisis rather than to alleviate poverty. the european parliament be very clear about we don't think development aid for me should be spent on border controls we want development aid funding fund on
on the ground they want to do which is reducing poverty in the world and making people's lives better. critics say you money is also fueling already chaotic situations europe has funded tighter border control in libya fewer refugees a crossing the mediterranean sea but libya has become a bottleneck for others who are vulnerable to slave traders and people traffickers . youth workers in africa say african and e.u. leaders favoring quick fixes over long term solutions we cannot continue a partnership that has no benefit to people what's more important is where europe and africa look at each other in the eyes and say what do we want is it economic partnership is it political. is it what do we need exactly european and african union leaders hope their first joint summit in hobby job will focus on what they call a new era in relations one based on equality but once the greetings and handshakes
are over there is little doubt that with the latest revelations from libya its migration which everyone here says is likely to dominate the agenda. well this is the first time that these two organizations are actually meeting the african union and the european union there are more than eighty heads of state leaders from countries across continents and they will be trying to tackle the issues that touch them whether it's economy security peace migration or aid a vast number of issues and they say that at the end they will come try and come up with some sort of joint declaration as to the way that they wish to go forward. for us there in arizona thank you. the long list of problems facing zimbabwe's new president most agree tackling the economy is job number one zimbabwe went from a regional powerhouse to the brink of catastrophe on demagoguery and as emerson
gets to work people are doubtful that anything will change soon here's andrew symonds from harare. manufacturing industry like every aspect of zimbabwe's economy is on its knees and emanuel chimedza is under pressure ask him what president was new cabinet should prioritize and the list is long with investment and jobs at the top since two thousand and warm he's had to lose half of his work but to stay afloat he's diversifying and taking on small of contracts. he hardly needs a reminder of hyperinflation and the national currency that's long gone but things haven't got any better. very stressful when you come to the end of the month you need don't even need to make sure that these guys they would sell out if you can not even to predict the next ten days from now what are you going to be doing. part
of a derelict industrial landscape ziska still works as one of many state owned companies that's gone bankrupt that means this firm now has to import steel. and it's galvanizing business using molten zinc to coat steel is a big loss maker this company galvanises fifty metric tons of steel pump month just to breakeven it needs to do three hundred times a month it's remarkable this company manages to stay afloat this man believes he could start to fix things opposition politician tendai biti finance minister in the national unity government from two thousand and nine to two thousand and thirteen with just a drop by the mugabe and created a monster so we can trust the zanu p.f. in in one else i'm talking about a transitional process an inclusive transitional process in the respect of which key people including and in particular. so could zanu p.f.
tick the boxes on demands from western powers to attract investment by including opposition figures in its government they should not at all doubt their own business community by giving them the wrong word raise those books we would take them ourselves we would. look ridiculous bill you would emmanuel chimedza wants to believe that statement if things don't change soon he only has to take a look down the road to see what the future holds. andrew symonds al-jazeera harari a kuwait has confirmed it is planning to go ahead with the gulf cooperation council summit on december fifth and sixth diplomatic sources have told al-jazeera that invitations have been issued to members the g.c.c. is made up behind kuwait armaan qatar saudi arabia and the united arab emirates the doubts about whether the summit will go ahead after saudi arabia the u.a.e.
behind and egypt imposed a blockade on qatar in june and the international day of solidarity with the palestinian people is being observed across the world that day marking seventy years since the un adopted a resolution partitioning palestine into jewish and arab states but then a year later israel was founded displacing millions of palestinians and as harry forty reports now it comes as palestinian communities in the occupied west bank face more pressure from israel. it's a hilltop home for sixty three palestinian bedouin families east of jerusalem in the occupied west bank. has lived in all his life building his own home as close as possible to his herd but it's a home he's lost more than once to israeli demolitions that he want to get out of the house other than one little bit of that if they demolish my house three times they tell you it's illegal why is it here it's because we're one hundred meters away from the rest of the community they demolish the house and say if you want to
live here live with the rest of them uphill. now it's not just individual homes being targeted the entire villages been issued with a notice of eviction this community has long been under israeli pressure what's changing now is the method a military eviction notice designed to clear illegal settlement outposts is now for the first time being used against palestinians the palestinian authority is protesting against what it sees as a broad new threat to other better when communities further north have been issued with the same notice the intention they feel to circumvent lengthy legal proceedings which often delay individual demolition orders this is not valid because it is just not what planning laws are all about you cannot take one law to bypass another law the israeli military is in direct control here in what's known as area c. of the occupied west bank it told al jazeera that the new notice was quote part of the enforcement against the illegal construction phenomenon in the area but the
palestinian negotiator forward how ark says there's a deliberate strategy in the weeks before the unveiling of a new u.s. peace plan to clear a vital area east of a large illegal settlement allowing for its growth the in circle middle east jerusalem and the division of the occupied west bank into northern and southern harbors this is what the israeli negotiator behavior is. they plan it ahead get rid of the palestinian population and we come to negotiation they create facts on the ground and tell you well this is the situation now you have to accept as residents have grown used to living with the threat of a vixen and demolition while fighting individual cases in court they are vowing to stay on and fight through this latest threat to each and every one of their homes are a force it. in the occupied west bank. this is algeria it's got around are now at the top stories north korea says it
successfully tested its mark. powerful ballistic missile yet a weapon it says can reach all of the u.s. mainland scenes of celebration inside north korea where locals were filmed reacting to the news outside though there is the usual round of world condemnation and the un security council will hold an emergency meeting later on wednesday croatian media is reporting the former bosnian and cry of military leader who is thought to have drunk poison at a u.n. war crimes court has died slow down probably took the substance just seconds after a twenty year sentence had been up held as one of six bosnian croat to it appealed against an earlier conviction on war crimes charges going back to the breakup of the former yugoslavia in the one nine hundred ninety s. they were found guilty of persecuting expelling and murdering muslims with the aim of creating an ethnically pure croatian state a syrian government to go she arrived in geneva to join the latest round of talks aimed at ending the war the us said government initially refused to confirm it
would attend the talks that began on tuesday between the syrian opposition and un special envoy stephan de mistura the government was angry the opposition wanted to talk about bashar al assad's removal as syrian president something it says is off the table kuwait has confirmed it is planning to go ahead with the gulf cooperation council summit on december fifth and six diplomatic sources have told invitations have been issued to all members of the g.c.c. is made up of behind kuwait on mon qatar saudi arabia and the united arab emirates the bin doubts about whether the summit will go ahead after saudi arabia the u.a.e. behind rein in egypt imposed a blockade on qatar in june a pope francis has urged me and mars' buddhist leaders to tackle prejudice and hatred at his visit in yangon the pope avoided using the name of the persecuted minority but he preached a massive message of forgiveness in a public mass he called on people to resist the temptation for revenge. the u.k.
may be close to an agreement on the so-called briggs it divorce bill british media said it would cost u.k. taxpayers sixty five billion dollars to settle on the key sticking points in the talks to leave the e o the next high level meeting on monday those are the headlines you're up to date the stream is next. with documentaries. at this time zero. hi anthony ok i'm going the stream live on al-jazeera and on you tube today i so has been defeated on the battlefield but it is not really the many experts say the conflict can.