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thousands of africans trapped in camps in libya. although i'm maryam namazie in london you're watching al-jazeera also coming up a new air old continuation of the past zimbabwe's president. announces his new cabinet stacked with party loyalists and military figures britain's prime minister repeats that donald trump was wrong to share online post from a far right group despite him criticizing her. and russia hits out at united states for its response to north korea's latest ballistic missile test. european and african leaders have drawn up an emergency evacuation plan for refugees and migrants ensuring terrible conditions in libyan detention camps between four hundred seven hundred thousand africans are thought to be trapped in
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libya it's not clear how the deal will be enforced but most of them are expected to be sent back to their home countries plan was agreed at a joint african union summit in ivory coast. was that. well the theme of this summit was huge but there is no doubt the from the outset it was dominated by the issue of the refugee slave trade in libya and by migration we heard from the host of the summit the president of the ivory coast of the beginning who said that everyone had a collective responsibility to do something when at the end of the summit what leaders decided is that they would try and repatch reate those migrants and refugees that are trapped in libya and that they'd also launched a task force to try and crack down on people smuggling and we spoke to many people here who said that that is just a case of firefighting and what is really needed is a long term strategy to deal with migration. african and european union leaders condemned the refugee slave trade in libya in their final
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statement they promised a task force to tackle traffickers and urgently repatch rate anyone who's trapped. there are women and children living in inhuman conditions we have agreed along with the e.u. and the u.n. to set up a task force for repatriating at least three thousand eight hundred people. leaders say there are more than forty refugee camps in libya where people are bought and sold by those with a little respect for human life who are leaders here have committed to helping refugees in libya there were very few details as to exactly how and when they will work out create them and they were also very frank about the new task force they say they'll put in place to combat people smuggling so. there was also no mention of the french president's remarks to reporters that military action against traffickers is a possibility the u.n. secretary general told summit leaders on wednesday that new ideas
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a needed to deal with migration including more legal ways to enter europe is that something that you discussed and something which you wouldn't visit each you have to. growth of legal migration but the time we have to stop. the illegal migration. obligation youth workers say until young people have real opportunities little change we want next time african leaders leaders to come together and say we are going to support two hundred five hundred one. from africa and from europe and here are the resources that we put in place the practical things to do is you know of telling us in the declaration that yes we are going to people but how are we going to empower the people. here that ending the slave trade is an urgent priority but unless last thing solutions are found to
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persuade people to stop leaving home in the first place human rights abuses will continue to affect africa's most fun. this was the first summit between these two organizations there were more than eighty leaders here from the african and european union's and what they said was that this is really an opportunity for a new era in relations one that was equal in a sense it was a an attempt to try to redress the balance of the past but one more many experts have told us is that for as long as the european union continues to pour aid money into africa it is going to be very difficult to do that. u.k. prime minister to resign may's again condemned the us president for sharing and videos posted by british far right group that's despite trumpeting back telling me to focus on tackling terrorism in her own country on a b phillips reports from westminster here in london. on a tour of the middle east forging
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a post breck's it role for britain in the world this is not what the prime minister wanted to be talking about the fact that we work together does not mean that we're afraid to say when we think united states have got it wrong. and to be very clear with them and i'm very clear that retreating from britain first was the wrong thing to do. back home in london the government argues that britain's ties with america military cultural diplomatic make the special relationship and this will endure long after the current president has gone the prime minister will always have regular calls with the president and she has been explicit in criticizing this tweet and i know that she will always make sure that she calls it out where she sees it and that's what she's done here. but a tweet from another minister who is a muslim made it clear the president had hit a raw nerve donald trump has upset
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a lot of people here in westminster in fearing he still invited to london on a state visit that would involve the queen in practice it's very hard to see that visit happening any time soon the president has provided a huge probably steve bruce to a fringe far right movement britain first which has never come remotely close to success in any form of election here in the u.k. . britain first wants to end immigration and ban islam in the u.k. anti-fascist groups believe it has about one thousand members. its deputy leader franson whose tweets were retreated by the president is facing charges of using threatening and abusive language she's thanked the president for retreating her messages to his more than forty three million followers saying god bless you trump god bless america barnaby phillips al-jazeera westminster. white house
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correspondent kimberly has more on the reaction from the white house. so no apologies from the white house even as the president's actions continue to be questioned along with whether or not he is mentally fit to remain in office as a result of what many see as at minimum poor decision making not only are members of the president's own republican party questioning the president's actions and how this has harmed not only international relationships but the president's own policy goals to some democratic members of congress who say that the president's actions equate nothing more than hate and are calling for his impeachment as early as next week on the floor of the house of representatives well the u.s. state department has denied reports that the white house is trying to replace the secretary of state rights to listen with the head of the cia might pay it in jordan has latest on that from washington. after yet another round of news
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reports suggesting that the secretary of state rex tillerson is about to be fired and replaced by the current head of the cia mike pale robust pushback here at the u.s. state department on thursday the spokes person heather nauert told reporters that there was unequivocal reassurance coming from the white house indicating that mr tillerson who apparently enjoys his work is going to be staying on in the position that chief of staff kelly called our department this morning and said that the rumors are not true that those reports are not true the white house statement confirmed that there will be no personnel changes it is a fact that secretary tellers and serves at the pleasure of the president as we all do as does every political appointee and cabinet member secretary tillerson enjoys this job he has a lot of work to do the question also came up whether secretary rex tillerson would be believed when he meets with foreign ministers at a number of european capitals next week the message from the state department as
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long as the secretary is representing the president and is serving at his pleasure he will be advancing and speaking for the u.s. when it comes to its foreign policy. now russia has accused the united states of doing everything it can to provoke north korea and it says that cutting diplomatic and trade ties is not the answer this as tensions have been rising in the aftermath of north korea's latest ballistic missile launch. some one gets the impression that everything has been done on purpose to make snap and carry out further inadvisable actions you know it's regrettable the americans should explain to us what they're after. on wednesday the u.s. won pyongyang that it will be artillery destroyed if war breaks out tensions are running i often north korea's latest ballistic missile launch which it claims could reach the u.s. mainland kathy novak reports from seoul. following the
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latest in a series of ballistic missile launches north korea says its rocket weaponry system development is complete and it's finally a nuclear state the day after firing what the north says is its most advanced intercontinental ballistic missile yet state t.v. showed leader kim jong un overseeing the night time test the u.s. president again called kim little rocket men and added a new unflattering description. little rocket man rocket fuel for the american economy. is a sick puppy for the ninth time this year the united nations security council discussed yet another crisis centered on north korea this test is another confirmation that the north korean threat has changed dramatically in a few months both in scope and scale the threat us shifted from being regional
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to global. and from the u.s. ambassador a direct plea to china to exert greater economic pressure on its ally and neighbor we need china to do more president tropp called chinese president xi this morning and told him that we have come to the point that china must cut off the oil from north korea that would be a pivotal step in the world's effort to stop this international pariah but no such pledge from china instead it called again on the u.s. to explore a freeze for freeze scenario in which north korea would slow its missile program if the u.s. and south korea lowered their military posture on the peninsula this position supported by russia remove the clip of what we proposed a solution based along the principle of suspension for suspension which in visions of d.p. r. k. stopping missile tests while at the same time the u.s.
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and south korea decreasing the scale of their military exercises this in turn will pave the way for the principles of peaceful coexistence and peaceful discussions between washington and pyongyang. but this has been repeatedly and vehemently ruled out by the u.s. another round of joint exercises between the u.s. and south korean military forces are due to start here next week north korea has said the drills are a rehearsal for war at the united nations america's ambassador has said the u.s. doesn't seek war but if it does start north korea's leaders would be in her words utterly destroyed kathy novak al jazeera soul. now is in my voice president i miss him and i'm gaga has announced his new cabinet it includes ruling party loyalists as well as figures linked to the military is takeover helped oust former leader robert mugabe but no opposition politicians are included so let's get more on this from harm metasearch who's in harare we've been waiting to hear more about the
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makeup of the one guy was cabinet we now have an announcement what's been reaction there to the absence of members of the opposition herrick. well it is after midnight so i think most people react to the news in six or eight hours from now but what is clear is that the military some military officials are in cabinet is pretty much a lot of the old guard been no authorization officials or anyone who thought that it was them and they are present i gather would be different in naming his cabinet be more inclusive would likely be disappointed those who felt or hoped that this could mean a change in the old leadership might be disappointed of course time on the tell but the early indications seem to indicate that it's still pretty much the old zanu p.f. with the addition of the military no opposition so people who are hoping that the
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new president will try and be more inclusive in his cabinet will likely be disappointed. and there's likely to be some disappointment as you say still the middle of the night perhaps many people will react to this in the morning but i guess in some ways maybe there was an expectation it might play out like this when it come as any great surprise to many people there. there are some people who are cautiously optimistic they are hoping their prism and specially after after his inauguration speech we talked about inclusive inclusive ety we talked about uniting the nation they had hoped that his new cabinet would be more inclusive have the opposition have people who aren't traditionally in cabinet but there are people who have spoken to over the past few days who said a muslim in and out is pretty much part of the old system they were hoping for change change has to happen this time or you tell but this indication of
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a cabinet words which is pretty much the old guard could disappoint some people in the sense that they feel that he was part of the old system he was in rubble mugabe is government from one nine hundred eighty he is part of those individuals who helped keep mugabe in power for the past thirty seven years so some people were skeptical when he became president they were asking really what is going to change this could disappoint those people but again there are those who are cautiously optimistic they hope the president knows what he's doing he is a businessman they will be focuses on the economy despite the cabin his ease assembled so a lot or play out in the next few days i suppose when people wake up and react we'll see what the reaction is when the president speaks easy to make a public appearance tomorrow at a university in the town of chinoy he may say something but i think the initial reaction now for those who expected inclusive more united cabinet will likely be
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disappointed especially concerned that there are some soldiers the military in the cabinet which i suppose in any country in the world could raise some alarm bells well thank you very much for bringing us all the latest on this initial announcement of a cabinet from president obama's and i'm going to go harmattan so there in harare thank you her. in watching out as they are still to come prosecutors confirm the violent bosnian war criminal downing did contain a deadly chemical also why the main opposition candidate in honduras is refusing to accept the result of sunday's presidential poll despite his previous promises. hello we've had sort of heat wave conditions in victoria new south wales and in
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tasmania trying to break down the cloud is showing you is going to happen to extend as a warning if not a vicious thunderstorms for the next day or so to be all throughout new south wales maybe a.c.t as you can lose at least ten degrees from the temperature twenty five is therefore the forecast on melbourne having had thirty five day before yesterday and were around about the same sort of figure slightly in tasmania the green shoots right that'll be thundery rain at twenty one shows adelaide so perth is enjoying better weather in the sunshine and it stay settled here as it warms up and the opposite happens in melbourne down to eighteen degrees that's a disappointing start proper some recently with thunderstorms well all over the place and probably reaching out towards sydney as well whereas in contrast and it's continuing contrast this very day for cloud except daily showers breaking out of new zealand you see those up in the higher ground that's where the walk in the sunshine just brings a cloud of middle and you get these showers usually inland but it's the center of
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it is quite settled weather so largely it's sunshine apart from these showers the bill twenty two degrees no go to wellington that's friday some of the story for saturday. school students are taking up weapons to fight in deadly street battles. one on one east investigates this violent phenomenon. at this time on al jazeera. this december the international campaign to abolish nuclear weapons we receive the nobel peace prize but what is the real threat in a series of special reports al-jazeera examines the state of nuclear proliferation around the world.
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back you're watching al-jazeera our top story this hour zimbabwe's president. has announced his new cabinet has just been hearing about it including ruling party loyalists and figures linked to the minute tree but no opposition politicians. join african union summit naive reposes agreed upon for the emergency evacuation from libya refugees and migrants trapped and facing abuse in detention camps. and the british prime minister trees a maze repeated her condemnation of u.s. president donald trump sharing anti muslim videos despite him criticizing. the un humanitarian advisor for syria has called on to help arrange the evacuation of five hundred people including one hundred sixty seven children from besieged damascus. yam egeland said that humanitarian supplies are not being allowed to
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reach. nine children have died in the last few weeks while waiting for the government to allow them to be evacuated to hospital just a forty five minute drive away rebel held east and has been under siege since two thousand and thirteen some four hundred thousand civilians are believed to be trapped. syria's u.n. mediators to find a mysterious health separate meetings with government and opposition delegations in geneva this is the eighth round of the united nations sponsored talks to end the civil war the opposition is still demanding the departure of syrian president bashar assad but they are significantly weakened after nearly seven years of fighting diplomatic editor james bays reports from geneva the syria talks have reached a new phase at u.n. headquarters in geneva opposition negotiators arriving just minutes before the government delegation u.n. special envoy stefan de mistura met both sides separately and explained how things
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would work we have what we call. me that means the two sides in separate but adjacent rooms with mr de mistura quite literally the go between i've been shuttling with my colleagues between the two rooms which basically were five meters away while we were actually reading and discussing with both issues which we can see that very important it is though far from a breakthrough there are still discussing the way this round of talks will be conducted the situation is very much as we've seen many times in many rounds of these talks no discernible sign of progress but inside syria the people continue to suffer. the un has revealed that last month four hundred thousand people were displaced from their homes in syria that's the highest number of people on the move for eighteen months getting food and medicine to those in need may soon get even
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harder in new york the russian ambassador to the u.n. vaseline a benzema says he's opposed to extending its current form a security council resolution that allows aid across international borders into syria mr de mistura as humanitarian adviser is calling on all of those on the council to support aid access something he says they failed to do in the past i would rate the success of the security council and the great powers as very low in terms of helping us to reach women children wounded the most vulnerable in this in this conflict they have not succeeded the diplomacy continues to move at a glacial pace while the agony for the people of syria is far from over james al-jazeera at the united nations in geneva. saudi arabia state media is
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reporting that its forces have intercepted a ballistic missile fired by the rebels from yemen they say it was shot down near the southwestern city of hummus machette is the second ballistic missile fired from yemen this month a rocket was brought down a king khalid airport just outside the capital riyadh on november fourth that let the saudi led coalition to tighten its blockade of yemen stopping a deliveries for more than two weeks afterwards pope francis is demanding the international community takes decisive measures to resolve the causes of the mass exodus of range of muslims from myanmar arriving in bangladesh from myanmar pope francis broke his silence of what the u.n. has called a textbook case of ethnic cleansing you also called on world governments to immediately provide assistance to bangladesh. nemeth. in recent months the spirit of generosity and solidarity which is a distinguishing mark of society has been seen most vividly in its humanitarian aid
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to a massive influx of refugees from morocco and state providing them with temporary shelter and the basic necessities of life this is been done. it has also been done before the eyes of the whole world that prosecutors a violent bosnian croat war criminal down in court on wednesday did contain a lethal chemical. died later in hospital in the hague. in mourning and others feel cheated. in bosnia as ethnically divided town of more star some people were in mourning on thursday they held vigils for slobodan trial yet he took his own life after having his twenty year jail sentence up held at the international tribunal in the hague judges found seventy two year old along with five other bosnian croat leaders guilty of a so-called ethnic cleansing campaign against muslims during the bosnian war of the one nine hundred ninety s. then proclaiming his innocence he took a swig from
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a glass bottle. he'd managed to bring a poisonous liquid in he was taken to hospital where he died confirming a potentially deadly substance was found in the bottle this prosecutor's spokesperson said that soon be an autopsy and toxicology tests. ridgeley convicted of crimes committed when he commanded bosnian croat forces along with his co-defendants he was found guilty of helping establish concentration camps for bosnian muslims part of a plan to create what was described as an ethnically pure greater croatia. the appeal verdict and probably death have prompted hugely different responses in bosnia here in the capital sarajevo some feel cheated. i think the incident that happened should be blamed on behave tribunal it says this person is muslim army veteran how did he bring in the bottle. while the muslim member of the country's shared presidency defended the verdict. of most i think in the joint criminal enterprise in the very day that led him to do what he did but in croatia the prime
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minister said suicide spoke of what he called a deep moral injustice. this is an event without precedent especially for an international courtroom he has in his own way sent a message on what he thinks about that act which we also think is unfair for the country's president the verdict should mean the start of a new era. croatian president i will do everything so this verdict doesn't ruin relations between gratian and i will visit bosnia as soon as possible but back in must stop me and cry out reaction served as a warning. to be in a fair trial in the hague it would have contributed to peace in bosnia but as it was a political judgment there certainly will be no peaceful coexistence so the work of a tribunal for the former yugoslavia has come to an end but in places like mostar it's legacy continues to prompt debate and resentment that al-jazeera.
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maybe says it's ended the search for the forty four crew members of the missing summering navy spokesman said the hunt for the survivors was over but they would continue to search for the wreckage of a missing vessel. or a sound one sentence lost signal on november fifteenth hours before an explosion was detective off the coast of. aircraft and ships from eighteen countries have been involved in the search. there is also sunday's presidential election in honduras is expected in the coming hours but the main opposition candidate now says he. previously vying to respect the count. is accusing electoral courts of manipulating the results explains. it's been four days since the presidential election. these people say they are gathering in the capital to defend their vote. we are challenging the result. but the electorate is corrupt and is defending the interests of the president and betraying the people
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we won't allow these elections to be stolen in the past. president. and his t.v. star opponents. claim victory after sunday's election initially the result of first . and then swung towards this after holed up in the count. remote municipalities i have not been. have not been counted as the victory of our party because rural areas vote in favor of the nationalist party. has one of the highest murder rates in the world and there are fears that the current political crisis will increase the violence that already exists in this central american nation. i don't even want to think about it but i fear this could get worse during the two thousand and nine i'm afraid for my children me and my wife respect the results. of american
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states managed to have both candidates signed a statement where they vow to respect the final results once the disputed votes are checked. but nothing later rejected the agreement saying the government is trying to steal the election and supporters to take to the streets protesters set up barricades and clash with the police that used. gas to disperse them but if you go to the next president whoever wins is going to be in a weak position because of it in march and the suspicion around the election and those will be accused of winning through ford and being illegitimate and this will or will have the institutions against him. on board as is already battling poverty and crime political instability could easily deteriorate the situation here even further.
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from the top stories before we get zimbabwe's president amazon and google has announced his new cabinet includes ruling party loyalists as well as figures close to the military whose takeover helped oust the former leader robert mugabe but crucially no opposition politicians have been included. it is in libya have agreed to the emergency evacuation of refugees and migrants facing abuse in detention camps the plan has been drawn up as a joint e.u. african union summit in ivory coast it's not clear how the deal will be enforced but migrants are expected to be sent back mainly to their home countries from it is on fire. there are women and children living in inhuman conditions we have agreed along with the e.u. and the un to set up a task force for repatriating at least three thousand eight hundred people. and all the top stories the u.k. prime minister to resign may is again condemned the us president donald trump for sharing anti muslim videos on twitter speaking on an official visit to jordan may
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said she should be free to criticize one of her nation's major allies it comes after trauma told her to focus on tackling terrorism in her own country. after north korea's latest listed missile test russia has accused the united states of doing everything it can to bring vote on moscow also insists that cutting diplomatic and trade ties isn't the answer a missile is said to be able to reach any targets on the u.s. mainland. syria's u.n. mediators to found the mr as health separate meetings with government and opposition delegations in geneva it's the eighth round of united nations sponsored talks to end the civil war the opposition is still demanding the departure of syrian president bashar assad. and pope francis is demanding that the international community takes decisive measures to resolve the causes of the mass exodus of range of muslims from eon are arriving in bangladesh from myanmar pope francis broke his silence over what the
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united nations is called a textbook case of ethnic cleansing in recommends date but he still avoided using the word. when i had lines coming up next one o one east examines the violent and sometimes deadly fights between students in indonesia that's it for the team in london more news coming up and are. we hearing to jerusalem bureau coverage israeli palestinian affairs we cover the story with a lot of intimate moments we covered it with that we don't dip in and out of the story we have presence here all the time apart from being government sources very important to be a journalist you know the story very well before going into the fields covering the united nations and global diplomacy for al-jazeera english is pretty incredible this is where talks happen and what happens here matters.


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