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if you think about the fact that within a few years of nine eleven happening and nine eleven museum was there and there are now numerous museums it's not beautiful a museum so countries around the world have walked to memorialize these events that have shaped that partition is not about the political events that led up to partition it's about the impact on each person who went through it it's really important that we highlight the stories of humanity hopefully one outcome of this would be that we remember our shared humanity and the shared history. casualties of the gaza shootings speak out is right insists its troops back to them appropriately when they opened fire on palestinians.
and i'm certain this is al jazeera live from london also coming up. at least four civilians are killed as auntie and your protests break out in kashmir overall me operations against separatist rebels. on diplomatic goodwill a south korean performance received a warm reception from the leading to end the north. i'm just hours away the chinese space station six practice to fall to earth shortly but no one knows where. israel's defense minister has rejected international calls for an investigation into the killing of sixteen palestinians ger in milan de protests on the gaza border our door lieberman says the troops acted appropriately firing only at
palestinian protesters who posed a threat a twelve year old boy hit by israeli gunfire says he was about thirty meters away from the border and thought he would be safe as long as he didn't touch the barrier or throw stones. or i was just standing there when i felt something hit more leg and it pushed me to the ground. where hospitals in gaza are struggling to cope with the influx of palestinian casualties nearly fifteen hundred people have reportedly been injured in the violence doctors say they're running out of medicine and supplies to treat patients many of whom were injured by live ammunition but al-jazeera is harder abdel-hamid is in gaza she's been talking to injured people. hospitals here in gaza overwhelmed health officials say that eight hundred and five people were injured by live ammunition now the doctors i spoke to say that it seems
that the israeli soldiers have used high caliber bullets they did duck that from the extent of the wounds that they have seen on many of the patients now speaking to the. doodoo wounded as some of them would tell you that they never expected such a response from the israeli soldiers i spoke to some that said that they actually did her old some stones but they were quite far away from the fence at least about a hundred meters away one girl said that she was carrying her flag she even went to the extent of taking off her backpack for the soldiers not just think that she was carrying something suspicious and she stood there and that's when she got shot actually her blood was caught on video now when you ask people are you going to go back to defense are you going to continue that six week long sit in which is dubbed as the long march of return and well everybody seems to say yes they will they say
that they have no other means at this point to negotiate for themselves that they have been under siege now for more than a decade the nothing is getting better and it is actually no hope for them when they look to defuse or so days say that they will continue doing that research and we also heard from the had a mass is milan media the leaders said that friday was the first step that actually the palestinians have showed restraint last friday but they don't know what will happen next that was probably in retaliation to the statement issued by the israeli army just a day before in which the army also said that it had showed restraint and if this situation and that tension continues of the border it will actually also retaliate with force. and in ramallah christians and muslims gather to commemorate those killed in the violence mohammad jump reports. for those who came out it was
a display of prayer and protest this peaceful interfaith march in the ramallah a striking reminder of how a day usually reserved for festivities that instead been consumed by morning at the start of the gathering fathers a model called the told us why a memorial of this type was so important today is but it's sunday and usually when we have a procession in the streets of ramallah to celebrate. but we decided to cancel the procession to the place it with this you know march in protest for the massacre of that happened in gaza two days ago what palestinian officials who had also assembled were grateful to assad i would rather and their christians insisted that the details of this day be to limited and to light candles to remember them because we are all a united people whether in gaza old was bang on christian or muslim and those
bullets that are coming out going to kill everything that is palestinian men and there is no distinguishing between a muslim and a christian i will blood as one of the somber mood highlighted in the faces of children and adults was palpable everybody we spoke with here today said that what was most important to them was to come out and to show their solidarity and to commemorate those who were killed in gaza. among the faithful there was also a denunciation almost on a couple enemies today we condemn through a holiday in holland sunday look what happened and demand international protection of the palestinian people and to stop massacres against palestinians demands that for those who congregated here seem very unlikely to be met anytime soon. i'm a gentleman just from alone in the occupied west bank.
at least four civilians have died a massive anti india protests which broke out in the southern villages of indian minister kashmir the demonstrations kicked off after indian forces launched a counter insurgency operations overnight killing at least thirteen rebels three soldiers also died in the gun battle many kashmiris say they openly support the anti india rebels or several protesters tried to march to the gun battle sites to help the trapped fighters escape residence then began throwing rocks at indian forces who responded with live ammunition shotgun pellets and tear gas at least ten people have died after a hotel collapsed in the indian city of indoor local officials say up to five people may still be trapped under the rubble according to indian media a four story building came down after it was rammed by a vehicle. north korean leader kim jong un and his wife resold juhu have joined
hundreds of people who watched south korea's k. pop stars perform in pyongyang for the first time in over a decade the concert coincides with the u.s. and south korea launching joint military drills on sunday which have been scaled down compared to previous years peter sharp has more. this was a cultural charm offensive that would be set to music after months of escalating military tensions the north korean leader kim jong un seemed determined to enjoy himself as he arrived for the first concert in pyongyang by a team of south korean entertainers. from the north korean audience starved of a little like musical entertainment were loving it. was the singers and dancers weren't patrol card tonight.
i. talk kwon do maybe an acquired taste in parts of the world. but enthusiasm for this martial arts display. unites north and south thank. you and they're beginning our first performances in pyongyang today and i find it very meaningful to the south and not to take window culture said the origin but the process is that different i am proud and happy that we got to display to the north korean people our taekwondo or the. north korean officials passing on this thanks to the visitors from the south a little evening distraction before the serious stuff a meeting by the two leaders later this month and face to face with president trump judging from a thank you it was the sight of a limping athletes from north and south korea marching under a unified flag at the opening of the games marked
a significant thaw in relations and that momentum appears to be continuing but all that didn't stop the u.s. and south korea kicking off a so-called low key joint military drill on sunday in last month that featured the deployment of fewer strategic weapons peeta shop al-jazeera. got. shots and explosions have been heard in the north eastern nigerian city of my degree security forces are reportedly battling a large number of fighters suspected to be members of the armed group boko haram are committed jurists has more from freetown in sierra leone. the fight is suspected to be members of boko haram sneaked into the villages of jimminy and ballet surely under the cover of darkness and then launched at least ten bombs and it's suspected to be suicide bombs and launch on these two villages now this is coming just a few days after book or on fighters suicide bombers in fact four of them launched
attacks close to what i gather is an area they have targeted several times on the outskirts of my degree one woman was killed in that attack and the four suicide bombers now this is one of the large scale operations we've seen around my degree area in months bible koran there were gunshots and it's not clear whether the fighters also launched attacks in addition to the suicide bombs that went off in these two villages now this is coming at a time when the nigerian government is also offering amnesty to book out of fighters who decide to surrender or who are willing to surrender and the question many nigerians are asking why stick to a group that has been technically defeated a lot of my dear of course in the rational behind the declaration by the nigerian government over a year ago that book on has been technically defeated was seen book or on launch this attack they have duction of the death she goes in the girls are going to school in northeastern nigeria state of your b. state as well as similar types we've seen on isolated communities in northeastern
nigeria the now i didn't military is battling them in several on several problems and addition to other responsibilities of attack or other containing the violence between farmers and herds and as well as bandits in other parts of nigeria. u.s. president donald trump has threatened to pull out of the nafta free trade agreement with mexico if it doesn't do more to stop people crossing the border jumpers thought to be referring to people from central america making their way to the u.s. through mexico. now. because you want thank you. would. like. to take the mexico it's got. water. right let go of me. while i was
a swift response to trump's comments from mexico from the man who is currently the favorite to win the presidential election in july under arrest manuel lopez obrador said he would demand respect for his country. we're not going to rule out the possibility of convincing donald trump that his foreign policy is wrong in particular his contemptuous attitude towards the mexicans. we're going to be very respectful towards the government of the united states but we're also going to demand respect for mexicans neither mexico nor its people will be opinion of any foreign government. the syrian rebel group in charge of the last opposition stronghold in eastern guta is again denying reports it's agreed to evacuate josh says the reports by the syrian government and lebanese hezbollah are all false and it is not allowing its members to leave for rebel held
areas in the north over one hundred thousand civilians are said to be trapped in the town which suffered major damage during the government assault. still to come on al-jazeera but so on as new president is sworn in with a pledge to win the country off its dependence on diamonds plus. i'm john a hole and this is russia's radioactive river toucher one of the world's most polluted water words. hello the queen's owned is facing yet more flooding so thanks to this area of cloud that's making its way towards the northeastern parts of australia it's already giving us a little bit of what weather and there's plenty more rain still to come probably the worst of the weather will be centered around the queen's ville area where they
could be around three hundred millimeters more rain and the ground has already saturated after the recent flooding that we saw so plenty more wet weather exactly where we don't need it there is likely to be a problem here for the south and generally it's looking fine temperatures down a little bit now in melbourne twenty one degrees. and if we head over towards the east we can see that here we've got another cycling with us as well that this is a blob of cloud just to the south of fiji now it's going to run away from us down towards the southeast but still it's trading plenty of cloud plenty of wet weather behind it and said there is likely to be more very heavy downpours over toma and fiji as we head through the next few days meanwhile forcing new zealand is fine and dry force in the north island oakland there but twenty one degrees the south island though has more cloud more rain that's gradually pushing its way northward but it is breaking off a little bit as it does say if we head up towards the northern parts of asia it's turning a lot cooler here and that's thanks to this weather front is pushing southwards and the temperatures are tumbling.
welcome back reminder of the top stories there are hospitals and guns are struggling to cope with an influx of palestinians injured by israeli gunfire in protest along the border israel's defense minister has rejected calls for an investigation into the killing of sixteen palestinians cheering the demonstrations at least four civilians have died during anti india protests in india not monistic kashmir after government forces launched a deadly operation against separatist rebels a north korean leader kim jong un and his wife three soldiers who have joined hundreds of people watching south korea's k. pop star perform in. a plane costa rica electing a new president in a vote that's been defined by the fight for gay rights the ruling party's candidate carlos alvarado casada is up against brits. knows he's a conservative. and also is opposed to same sex marriage
a position that's apparently boosted his popularity into american court of human rights ruled in january. the member states must allow same sex couples to marry because government has said it would abide by the ruling but manassas threaten to remove the country from the courts jurisdiction. botswana's new president has vowed to tackle youth unemployment and reduce his country's dependence on the diamond industry by what see my sissy was sworn in on sunday and will rule the country until elections next year former president income a step down on saturday after completing the maximum term of ten years in office catherine thought reports from. the president were quite seem a sissy inspect the troops of to being sworn in as boots won his fifth head of state he takes to go from former president comma in another peaceful transfer of power in one of africa's strongest democracies he's inauguration
a proud moment for many who braved heavy morning rains to witness the ceremony and in his facet dress to the nation. tackling joblessness will be the fast priority at the moment youth unemployment stands at around twenty eight percent. well jennifer is a mere od of challenges such as unemployment poverty crime hiv and aids alcohol and drug abuse amongst others. therefore one of my top priorities as a president of this country will be george just the problem of unemployment especially among the young people who constitute the majority of our population don't know dressy kalau was one of those listening to that speech has been jobless for three years and hopes the president believe up to his word negative my expectation is that he will improve government efficiency in order to create job opportunities for the youth i hope we will improve social services to deal with implement some opposition members of parliaments keep the event partly because of
a corruption scandal that involves the national petroleum find something that is rare in botswana those who did attend say they need to keep the president and his government on asked we feel that we are going to continue playing our overside will continue to seek more clarity from the president in terms of the way forward in terms of the how part of it how he intends to create employment because this country has been experiencing what has been termed a jobless growth has eighteen months to a site is a far within the ruling democratic party before national elections in october next year may be one yard. away from home and that he had promised. he was very. common eradication. brother harry as the next baghdad president is going to very much even align with
that but they are. right yes he's going to resign as well in the last ten years his predecessor has overseen policies that have helped reduce poverty he says he wants to go father his past asked will be this week when he names his vice president and cabinet kathleen soy al jazeera. puts one. armed men have attacked an african you. nion peacekeeping base in the somali town of ballyhoo mara about one hundred thirty kilometers from the capital mogadishu they fought with troops for hours after detonating two car bombs outside the base it's not clear how many people were killed or injured but house claimed responsibility for the attack russian diplomats expelled from the u.s. have arrived back in moscow president donald trump ordered sixty russians out of the country in response to the poisoning of the former russian double agents surrogates cripple and his daughter in the u.k.
last month dozens of russian diplomats have been expelled by britain and its allies russia in turn has ordered diplomats from twenty three countries to leave. the tucker river in southern russia is one of the most polluted in the world nuclear disasters and decades of dumped waste have left it with dangerous levels of radiation and it's carrying got contaminated all the way to the arctic ocean journal reports from russia's. region. the texture is no ordinary river considered one of the most polluted waterways on earth the stench of open sewage rises from beneath the ice. it has a dark history the tensions waters also contain radiation levels up to eighty times higher than normal that's thanks to the my ak nuclear plant seventeen hundred kilometers east of moscow originally producing plutonium for the soviet union's
nuclear weapons program they produced many types of nuclear waste dump of these nuclear waste high level nuclear waste inside their area where which is situated there is a to cherry in one nine hundred fifty seven my x. suffered what's the all to be the world's third worst nuclear accident contaminating a vast area affecting hundreds of thousands of people it was covered up for decades now does the kuttab of us father was a worker at my ak he and her grandmother died of cancer she campaigned for compensation for victims but fled two years ago accused in the media of being a traitor she spoke to al-jazeera in paris finally they understood that it's very dangerous because population began to be dyed to begin to have laid and began to. children's with the defects communities were moved new villages were built but even
sixty years later the residents of new mystery of a don't feel safe. zone over used to swim in the toxic river as a child yes stashed it in a private i think it was the wrong decision where only three kilometers away what is it a clean zone here. not everyone was relocated the learned done by if still lives in what remains of old muslim of a on the banks of the techo these days he's careful to use only bottled water it wasn't always the case and no one ever told us anything then in one thousand nine hundred three a drunken yeltsin came here he climbed up on a table in the street and told us i'm going to me it's a contaminated area done by a suffers from a litany of health complaints from stroke to heart and bone marrow problems that his doctors have linked to years of exposure to excessive radiation cancer became
rife in communities that didn't even know why they were getting sick many died unnaturally young and that would be extraordinary enough as a story from a long time ago except that the mayak plant is still functioning still potentially leaking hazardous waste its operations still going on under a shroud of secrecy last october a crowd of mostly harmless ruthie me i'm one of those six was detected in the air over western europe scientists believe it may have been released at my act during the refining of spent nuclear fuel but russia denies any leak occurred. so what of the future dangers posed by my act and just sits there is an expert on nuclear pollution. pretty good but it applies to this region and also goes all the way to the i.c. northern sees these materials never existed in nature before the human made and no
one knows how they're going to behave over time activists believe my committee still be dumping waste into the region's water system russia's nuclear or salty ross says it complies with all relevant safety guidance little has been done to compensate victims of contamination jona whole al-jazeera in the chillier been screeching of russia scientists have found the world's oldest known cases of two types of cancer in the remains of egyptian mummies anthropologists used c.t. scans to analyze the bones of two mummies which were discovered in an accomplice in the city of us while the research showed the female mummy died of breast cancer in around two thousand b.c. while the first known case of a type of bone marrow cancer was identified in the mail is thought he died around two hundred years later. pope francis says used his easter message to call for peace around the world about eighty thousand people were innocent peter square to
hear his address in an apparent reference to the recent violence in gaza he called for reconciliation in the holy land he also called for action to bring the war in syria to an end. you know you don't mind the other fruity patch today we implore the fruits of please upon the entire world beginning with the beloved and long suffering lead to syria these people are worn down by an apparently endless fuel is. the life of the risen christ eliminate the consciences of all political and military leaders so that a swift in may be brought to the carnage humanitarian law may be respected and provisions be made to aid so urgently needed brothers and sisters also allowing the return of the displaced. and abandoned chinese space laboratory is set to crash back to earth within the next few hours but no one knows for sure where the deputy will land experts say china's space agency has lost control of chiang gong one it
was launched in september twenty seventh to carry out docking orbiter experiments as part of china's ambitious space program it performed three successful dockings with patients in space craft including missions for china's first female astronaut now it's billed as the world's longest cross see bridge after seven years of construction the new link between hong kong account and mainland china is fine accompli sarah clarke reports on a zoo hi it's. it's fifty five kilometers long six lines wide with four tunnels and four artificial islands the mega bridge between hong kong macau and china was built using more steel than sixty eiffel towers and is being hailed as an international partnership. i was on the border where we have included a lot of foreign experts from the united kingdom united states denmark switzerland japan and holland they are from around fourteen countries mainland china has set
the road rules unlike in hong kong and macau traffic to drive on the right and tolls must be paid in chinese currency the project's been fraught with delays overspending even fight a lot since the charter is proud of the finished product inviting foreign media to inspect it we hope that friends from the present. us take this opportunity to see the new accomplishment of china you know a new era and fresh progress of the one country to the twenty billion dollar project is part of a broader push by china to integrate the well with the delta region forty thousand vehicles a day are expected to use the bridge including shuttle buses running at ten minute intervals the travel time will be halved ikea commute of less than an hour this mega bridge is one of three major infrastructure projects fit to open in this region they fear the other is a high speed rail link between the mainland and hong kong by car being hailed as
major transport links between the mainland and hong kong but critics say it's yet another attempt by china to blur the border the main criticism of the rail link is the plan to allow the chinese integration facilities to operate in central hong kong not on the border some say that undermines hong kong's autonomy under the one country two systems agreement it is a kind of infrastructure telling the people of hong kong or even the people meaning that you know hong kong and china is no longer. two places the new part of the of the main in the children says both multi-billion dollar transport projects will deliver hong kong more dividends with its integration using one bridge to link three of the region's biggest economy it's soon clark al jazeera china.
is of the top stories on al-jazeera israel's defense minister has rejected international calls for an investigation into the killing of sixteen palestinians during landay protests on the gaza border a day or lieberman says the troops acted appropriately firing only at palestinian protesters who pose a threat a twelve year old boy hit by israeli gunfire says he was about thirty meters away from the border and fourteen will be safe as long as he didn't touch the barrier or throw stones meanwhile hospitals engel's are struggling to cope with an influx of palestinians injured during fighting with israeli troops and a fifteen hundred people have reportedly been injured since friday doctors say they're running out of medicine and supplies to treat patients. away. from day one of the protests the strategic stock at the hospitals especially sheaffer hospital have been running out of because of that we're calling on donors to supply hospitals with medicine and other medical supplies for the sensitive
departments like emergency operation rooms and the intensive care in order to be able to continue serving these injured people. at least four civilians have died a massive and to india protests which broke out in the southern villages of indianapolis to kashmir demonstrations broke out after indian forces launched a counterinsurgency operation overnight killing at least thirteen rebels at least ten people have died after a hotel collapsed in the indian city of indo local officials say up to five people may still be trapped under the rubble a four story building came down after it was round by a. gunshots and explosions have been heard in the northeastern nigerian city of mandery security forces are reportedly battling fighters suspected to be members of the armed group boko haram north korean leader kim jong un his wife three soldiers who have attended a performance by south korean k. pop singers in pyongyang kim who's the first north korean leader to attend