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piece of machinery goes wrong is there a train of this to go through which we can bring the legal system to oxford university professor of machine steven rover stokes to all to see you this time. just looking for you'll get off just about shooting people are not going to try to shoot themselves and their other countries of managed to solve this problem are you worried that this conflict could erupt into an outright open war with the cities job security sure the people who paid the price clearly the right top can produce setting the stage for serious debate up front at this time on al-jazeera. sharp limits on oil imports and a smuggling crackdown the un approves more sanctions against north korea.
launching al-jazeera life from a headquarters in doha i'm dead you know bill gates also a heads the u.s. is now ready to give ukraine anti-tank missiles for its fight against progress separatists. fifty people reported killed by mudslides and flooding in the southern philippines caused by tropical storm. fay for corruption verdict in the u.s. two former south american football officials are convicted for taking bribes and exchange for marketing and media rights. hello the u.n. security council has unanimously passed new sanctions in the latest attempt to force north korea to abandon its nuclear weapons and missile programs the resolution put forward by the us. includes measures to cut most appealing gangs
petrol imports north korea is already under u.s. u.n. and e.u. sanctions after several nuclear and missile tests this year so these they're saying since will try to cut deliveries of refined petrol products by nearly ninety percent all north koreans working abroad will have to return home within two years they won't be able to send foreign currency back home there will be a ban on exports of north korean goods such as machinery and electrical equipment and there will also be a crackdown on ships smuggling banned goods aimed at preventing the transport of core oil mike hanna has more from the united nations but what has been a sometimes divided year for the security council draws to an end with a display of unity the resolution on north korea tightening sanctions passed unanimously and tighten the sanctions it does there's a massive reduction in the amount of refining the fuel that is north korea would be
allowed to import also a trouble bat an asset freeze on a number of individuals and one entity the north korean army will this resolution followed intense talks between the united states russia and china to ensure that all we're in agreement with the text today for the tenth time this council stand united against a north korean regime that rejects the pursuit of peace the camera's gene continues to defy the resolutions of this council the norms of civilized behavior and the patience of the international community their arrogance and hostility to anything productive has set their country on a destructive path the resolution also did not rule out dialogue committing members to pursuing the six party talks north korea south korea japan the us russia and china coming together in some form of dial. dog the u.s.
still insisting though that there must be a sustained to say sion of north korean missile development before discussions can commence russia and china for their part within the meeting insisting that there should be some kind of quid pro quo shown by south korea and the u.s. perhaps suspending their ongoing joint military exercises nonetheless the security council coming to agreement a unanimous vote at the end of the year florence louis has the reaction from seoul . south korea says it welcomes this latest round of sanctions calling it an indication the world will not tolerate north korea's nuclear development program relations between the two koreas are at their lowest point in decades previous south korean administrations have taken a more hardline approach when it came to dealing with north korea but president in who came into office in may leans more towards the liberal side so he's stressing
dialogue as the way forward now in south korea is also due to host the winter of lympics in february and it's keen to not do anything to heighten tensions on the korean peninsula ticket sales for the event have so far been slow with concerns that the the security situation is keeping spectators away so while south korea supports international pressure on north korea in the form of sanctions it says dialogue has to be the way forward now how it's north korea likely to respond to this latest round of sanctions while in the past north korea's previously third that sanctions will only have the effect of hardening its resolve and accelerating its nuclear program in august when the un s.c. when the u.n. security council voted to ban north korean exports of coal iron in seafood among other things it responded with testing a hydrogen bomb in september when the u.n. security council passed another round of sanctions in september north korea launched a missile test in november and we haven't yet had any official reaction from north
korea but we can expect a statement perhaps in a day or two put out through official state media we can also expect to hear from north korean leader kim jong un himself who's made it a tradition to deliver a new year's day speech. well the u.s. says it will give you crane what it calls enhanced defensive capabilities u.s. media reports that the new arms include anti-tank missiles but the state department has not confirmed lethal weapons will be sent so far washington has been providing ukraine with support equipment and training in its battle against protesters separatists in eastern parts of the country where fighting in ukraine broke out more than three years ago after progress the separatists took over parts of the two agreements to end the conflict were signed in minsk in september twenty fourth a few months later but the deal has failed to bring peace both sides blame each other for the ceasefire violations recent fighting has been the worst in months and
the conflict has killed thousands of people more than a million and a half have been forced out of their homes stephen fish is a professor of political science at the university of california berkeley he says the measures are unlikely to help ukraine. the truth is that this is not a game changer on the ground in ukraine it's not even clear yet that the empty missiles that you reference in those you are going to end of the story will be sold as genuine antitank missiles is really what ukrainians will promise now really are just sniper rifles this is not going to change things on the ground in moscow knows that this is not the year and the heart of anybody in the defense ministry must go this is again it's a way of the true way that the trumpet ministry if you can show first of all that is doing something that obama did not do which is to sell non-lethal lethal aid over the sense of a to ukraine but also to show people in congress that he really cares about ukraine
and to the political advantage of showing that he's not in bed with the russians entirely i really don't because this is all that big a deal look we'll have to see if this ends up ramping up and leading to larger arms sales to ukraine it could make a difference but so far we don't see evidence of that. in the southern philippines nearly fifty people are reported to have died in landslides and flooding caused by tropical storm ten ben most of the casualties were on the island of mindanao dozens of people are still missing tens of thousands have been forced to flee their homes over the last week as the typhoon season reaches its peak our meteorologist richard angwin joining us how bad is tembin richard well it looks pretty bad but on the face of it no more you expect from a tropical psycho but a couple of fight at play here daryn as i run the sequence there is ten been headed towards the south china sea take a lot for lot more southerly track than the type which preceded it which went
across central parts of the philippines and the rainfall totals probably weren't massive we're talking about a couple hundred millimeters of rain but this part of the philippines lying so close to the equator about three to five degrees north normally doesn't see these storm systems any occur about once every twelve years and going back to two eleven thousand and. we had tropical storm washi which again wasn't particularly intense in terms of rainfall but it caused a vast amount of flooding and more than six hundred people lost their lives part of the reason for that is a lot of pineapple plantations across this region those don't hold the soil well and that makes the whole area prone to landslides have been warnings about potential across southern parts of the philippines for many many years now as far as the system is concerned it continues to move away going across palawan at the moment the beginning some very heavy rain there and then eventually it will start to track its way towards the southern portion of vietnam and it's here we could see some flooding effect in parts of the mekong delta in the next couple of days.
richard thank you well the man accused of driving his car into pedestrians in the australian city of melbourne has been charged with eighteen counts of attempted murder. the court says no really an afghan refugee carried out the attack on a busy road crossing injuring eighteen people the motive is still under investigation it's claimed he has a history of drug abuse and mental problems. at least two palestinian protesters have been killed by israeli forces and further protests over the us is decision to recognize jerusalem as israel's capital it's the third weekend of demonstrations in the occupied palestinian territory against the move malcolm webb is in gaza with more. after friday prayers hundreds of counted it to street rallies here and to gather street. this one leaders of the islamic jihad faction told supporters who has days motion at the un general
assembly denouncing trumps recognition of to reach them with the capital of israel was a partial victory. was the victory shows how much the international community hates us arrogance and injustice it was important but we should not be deceived and the movement should continue to defy logic because the us decision has not and dump the decision of trump. and so for the third friday in a row protesters then gathered at the israeli border miles and friends that surround gaza there are dozens of protesters gathered at this point trying to get as close as they can to the border to palestinian flags and throw stones then watched israeli soldiers in just there have been some military vehicles driving up and down the track along the border firing some live rounds and volleys of tear gas . it just kept coming but so did the demonstrators. and after years of failed peace process is people here bothered
about the diplomatic details of what happened at the u.n. this week all of them along. the u.n. and arab league who don't care about them you only care about jerusalem history will repeat itself jerusalem will be freed by the hands of the palestinian youth those who you can see here at the border and in the west bank no more defeats it is time for victory. in the west bank is a similar story. town of bethlehem was one of the trouble spots just days ahead of christmas celebrations. dozens were injured. and back in gaza zachary foreigner was among those added to a growing number killed in the on rest coming here to demonstrate isn't safe. but people here are deeply angered by president drum's announcement and they say they don't malcolm webb al-jazeera. will the french president's
a menu on my call has paid tribute to the five hundred french troops stationed in the west african nation often share he says the g five for its aim to fight armed groups and traffickers in the region is growing and will ensure more security in the future. as france's largest overseas military operation. african forces to take a more prominent role. the emir of qatar is seeking to further tap into the west african markets. has signed for new trade and infrastructure agreements with the president of ivory coast he's on a big tour of west african nations senegal guinea. looking to expand economic opportunities with with cats are currently blockaded by four arab countries they kept ties with almost seven months ago. here with al-jazeera coming
up in just a moment delays for refugees waiting to reunite with their families in germany plus no room to move why commuters in manila are railing against the city's a revamped train system. from the waves of the south. to the contours of the east. hello and welcome to international weather forecast never seen changes taking place in the weather across europe we've got an area of high pressure across more southwestern areas so fine conditions here but on the northern flank about high we're getting westerly winds coming in so it is turning moderate across many northern areas double figures there for london on saturday. degrees we saw this weather front across more eastern areas give you some snow across parts of poland if not warsaw with temperatures of six and then heading on through into sunday that
system moves further towards the east going through moscow give you some snow temperatures here struggling above freezing but generally temperature not too bad then across central parts of europe but cooler air sinks further towards the size of a struggling temperature wise still for more eastern parts of a turkey where we got some heavy snowfall into double figures and fine conditions across more western areas generally on the other side of the mediterranean we've got a fair bit of cloud around this is associated with the jet stream so a lot of cloud which is quite. pretty but not have any significant effect on the weather but we have got this circulation the eastern part of the mediterranean which is resulting in the winds coming from a long way nor socorro just nineteen degrees. across central parts of africa still some showers affecting the bone parts of the congo west africa a lot of sunshine expected in. there with sponsored by. news has never been more available it's a constant barrage of it with every day but the messages simply state you have been
trained good logical rational crazy monster and misinformation is rife dismissal and does not well documented accusations and evidence is part of genocide the listening post provides a critical counterpoint challenging mainstream media narratives at this time on al-jazeera. all over again the top stories on al-jazeera a ninety percent cut in pyongyang special product imports and workers a broke a broad to be sent home these are the highlights of the latest u.n. sanctions aimed at forcing north korea to abandon its nuclear weapons program.
it will give you crane what it calls enhanced defensive capabilities in its fight against progress separatists us media reports that the new include antitank missiles in the philippines nearly fifty people have died in landslides and flooding caused by tropical storm most of the casualties were on the southern island of mindanao dozens of people are still missing. well as twenty seventeen. as approaching its end we'll be looking back at some of the biggest stories through the eyes of five families caught up in that in the first episode we talked to a family or fresh veggies waiting to reunite with their relatives in germany florence li reports from northern greece compared to the squalor of the camps on the greek islands refugee life on the edge of this lake in northern greece looks bearable because al is desperate with worry she lives here with her youngest son and her husband her oldest boy mahmoud is in germany with his nine year old brother
. hasn't seen them for two years and the best she can do is see their faces on her phone my son every time he get away with the with phone when he told me he got a mom when did you come to mind. but it's very difficult. because i'll fly in iraq four years ago but it was overrun by ice still and her family has been on the member since two years of camps in turkey before she got to the greek islands then it was athens it to many on the macedonian border the notorious picture camp amounts olympus and now here mahmoud had left them and has begun to build his own life in germany both he and his brother are in school but as he says he's having to be a parent as well as a brother because it has all the papers she needs to be in germany as well but she isn't and is tormenting her not to lie for the government government jet money it's
not that i know where to where there where did that in. humans where where i we don't see the tilted in every every detail didn't get i didn't feel but i don't know why why do you stop it. so this is where the new german politics has collided with the legal rights of refugees under pressure from the far right germany clamped down hard on his previously liberal policy or unifying families during coalition negotiations right wing parties were demanding big caps on refugee numbers refugee aid groups say people had been promised they could leave greece and now not sure if they ever will i have the cases also fathers with children and the mother is in germany and the girls started teenagers and they really need us and they cannot go and the father
really puts great therefore to support the children but it's not enough because it isn't alone in the camp there are more than one hundred years e.g. women and children all with families already in germany if berlin wanted to be efficient tickets to the ball on the plane tomorrow but politics has been the way lawrence with al-jazeera and their appeal in the refugee camp will increase reporters without borders amnesty international and human rights watch are all calling for the immediate release of al jazeera journalist mahmoud abbas saying it's now been more than a year since he was arrested and jailed in egypt human rights watch says the tension shows egypt's deep rooted intolerance for free expression he's accused of broadcasting false news to spread chaos which he and al jazeera strongly deny her saying has repeatedly complained of mistreatment in jail at least thirty two people have been killed after a bus plunged into a river in india's northwestern state of. another ten passengers were injured after
the vehicle fell from a bridge it's thought the driver lost control of the bus after speeding. in honduras street protests are continuing despite opposition candidate salvador dropping his call for a rerun of the disputed presidential election opposition demonstrators faced off against police in riot gear. alleged electoral fraud against the incumbent and official winner in orlando hernandez but conceded after the u.s. recognized the results. president petro a public has thanked his supporters after surviving an impeachment votes in congress who is accused of receiving illegal payments from the brazilian construction giant alter bridge he denies any wrongdoing has been at the center for a massive bribery scandal that's caused political upheaval across latin america. we
can see with call in the pride that our democracy remains standing dignified and strengthened but it could have ended another way we were very close to traveling down another path that could have been deeply damaging for our political coexistence and our economy. a u.s. government program that provides vital health care support to millions of children from low income families got a temporary reprieve funding for the children's health insurance program at the end of september and congress approved a short term injection of funds on thursday but it still leaves the most vulnerable families facing an uncertain future christa salumi has more from new york. a last minute infusion of cash from congress will get providers like the ryan community health center in new york through the holiday season here seventy five percent of patients rely on some form of government subsidized health insurance money but medicaid covers the poorest families while the children's health insurance program provides affordable care for parents who make more money but
still not enough for private insurance congress has not been able to agree on a long term funding plan for chip just one of many uncertainties hanging over parents not only do we have problems with chip we have problems with community health centers not getting funded and that's that if we don't get the funding for that we know we're going to have to cut costs probably services as well the staff the umbilical hernia is getting smaller so i don't i don't think so a loss of services is a worry for sewell role who works in retail and could purchase insurance through his employer but doesn't earn enough to cover his one year old son very disappointing because if that happens what were we going to do. they should wide nine million children get their medical coverage through the children's health insurance program known as chip how the program is administered varies from state to state but one thing is universal and that is the need for affordable coverage
it's an incredibly important program for you know families who are oftentimes in transition maybe they've lost a job or they've gained a new job or divorce death of a family all those sorts of things can cause the need for children to enroll in the chip program and if the safety nets not there a lot of families just don't know what they'll do for late night t.v. host and father jimmy kimmel sprang into action when some states warned they'd have to end coverage in january i've had enough of this i don't know what could be more disgusting than putting a tax cut that mostly goes to rich people ahead of the lives of children in response to the public outcry congress provided a short term fix but with republicans and democrats still at odds about the future of health care in the united states the big decisions have been left for the new year christian salumi al jazeera new york. a u.s. jury has found two former south american football officials guilty in a case that helped expose
a culture of corruption in the sports governing body fifa deliberations about the guilt of another man will continue next week gabriel is also reports from new york . jos a media made in brazil one on hill not a part of why each was a top football official in their country and each has been found guilty of racketeering conspiracy and other charges for their roles in what prosecutors described as schemes were sports marketing companies funneled hundreds of millions of dollars in bribes to dozens of football officials it's been called the deep a trial because both men were powerful figures aligned with football's governing body newt was a former head of the south american football federation and was found guilty on three counts but not guilty on two other counts were disappointed with the verdict as you can expect it is mr not but is going to continue fighting the expert options and strengthening our record to appear better as an expander all very
disillusioning. might in the former head of the brazilian football federation was found guilty of six of the seven charges against him the fact they weren't found guilty on all the charges indicates the jury at least partially believed the defense arguments that the corruption was part of a larger scheme that men were not fully involved with. both nineteen and a puta claimed their innocence and they were the first defendants to stand trial here in new york two years after an early morning hotel raid in switzerland revealed that the us justice department had been investigating widespread corruption within more than forty people have been charged in total more than half and pleaded guilty. to trial has implicated major media outlets cues to paying bribes to taint. broadcasting rights charges they deny one former people fishel says a corruption drama highlights how widespread the culture of corruption is it and
the ongoing need to reform the culture that the things that are still the same one that produced those instances of corruption and that allowed those people to have the positions of power that the old. prosecutors clearly feel that justice was served this was a complex trial that lasted nearly a month and it took jurors six days of deliberations to reach their verdict but it's not completely over yet the third person man will berger the former head of the proven football federation the jury was unable to reach a verdict on him so they'll be back on tuesday to continue their deliberations gabriels andro al-jazeera new york the philippine capital manila has some of the worst traffic congestion in asia but its public rail system is also under serious strain despite hundreds of millions of dollars of government investments. and
reports commuters have had enough. every morning see a cruise lines up for over an hour just to get a train right to work she says this is been her life since she graduated from school three years ago. it takes me three to four hours to get to work going home it takes me around five hours. we took the train ourselves and the experience is overwhelming. more than half a million filipinos take this train every day that's more than doubled the allowed capacity we've spoken to passengers say the situation is the greeting i the trains the engine died twice they tell us that everything is all right. the metro rail transit is the backbone of manila's transport system it connects the southern part of the city to the northern side of the metropolis and the
surrounding provinces but it is the most illiquid a local study shows glitches and accidents happen at least ten times a week most of it during peak hours like this one. passengers have been filming their experiences videos like these online have gone viral raising fears that it could lead to a serious accident. the m r t has always been controversial it has faced allegations of corruption and bad governance senate investigations have led to cases being filed against government officials but none of these appear to have changed much in their early years. but in the last decade or so it was simple. our mature or. the personal growth there were serious up there but they bungled the implement they
were looking at all options like putting in a new provider within the next three to six months overhauling all the trains are right now probably buying new ones to replace the old ones president of the good detector promises to build new reliance on the so-called build build build program he says his government is ready to spend but transportation experts believe none of these projects will get completed by the time to tear to steps down in twenty twenty two. so for the millions of filipinos like the crews who take the mit everybody the hope that change will come. if they accept that it probably won't happen anytime soon. doug and.
hello again the headlines on al-jazeera the u.n. security council has unanimously passed new sanctions in the latest attempt to force north korea to abandon its nuclear weapons and missile programs the resolution put forward by the u.s. includes measures to cut most of pyongyang petrol imports florence louis has more from seoul. key question is how is north korea likely to react while in the past north korea has said these punitive economic measures might not have the effect of making it stop its nuclear program but rather will accelerate it now in august when the united nations security council voted to ban north korean exports of coal iron and seafood among other things its north korea responded by testing a hydrogen bomb. nuclear test and when the un security council passed another round of sanctions in september north korea launched a missile test that the u.s. says it will give you crane what it calls enhanced defensive capabilities u.s.
media reports of the new arms include anti-tank missiles but the state department has not confirmed lethal weapons will be sense so far washington has been providing ukraine with support equipment and training in its battle against progress to separatists in the eastern parts of the country in the philippines nearly fifty people have died in landslides and flooding caused by tropical storm most of the casualties were on the southern islands of mindanao dozens of people are still missing. two palestinian protesters have been killed by israeli forces and more violence over the u.s. decision to recognize jerusalem as israel's capital is a third friday of demonstrations in the occupied palestinian territory since president donald trump's announcement. to former south american football officials have been found guilty in the u.s. of charges related to corruption in the sports governing body. deliberations about the guilt or innocence of a third man next week. the world's largest cryptocurrency
bitcoin has plunged in value down almost twenty five percent this week after a long period of remarkable gains the loss is the biggest weekly fall for bitcoin since twenty eight thirteen those are the headlines the listening post is coming up next. witness documentaries that open your eyes at this time on al-jazeera. and. al-arabiya him but i felt by a little bit a little while i think it himself why haven't i left the cult i am staying up our vantage point or i want to get.