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the people he's showing around came to germany as refugees this is just one of several billion museums taking part in the project called the meeting point and as well as bringing people together one of its aims is to emphasize the contribution of migrants right up to the present day to western culture. because i've been here for some time i can help them with lots of things new says forward to me the great thing is it's not just about museums about forming a new life is a part of life it's culture citizens unable to vote on represented in washington the members of congress do nothing about us like part of the constituency and their responsibility and that is what's underneath these crises phone lines visits the island devastated by hurricane maria and demanding the support of the u.s. government certainly it isn't in this girl mentality responsibility and you know not let them forget the. shelter after the storm on al-jazeera.
large crowds gather in yemen's capital for the funeral of a leader saudi air strikes killed more rebel commanders. and has i'm sick of this is as you see it on live from also coming up more than nine hundred people wounded by israeli forces during the latest gaza protests the pressure on hospitals already at breaking point. un urges world leaders not to forget about north korea's human rights record up to friday's historic summit plus . going to their own beat how a new generation of somalis are defying threats dancing away their fear and boredom .
our saudi led coalition air strike has a four to be killed to the leaders and dozens of fighters in yemen's capital sana'a meanwhile large crowds have gathered to pay tribute to the hooty second income are solid as samad who was killed by a strike last week saudi arabia and its arab allies have been fighting against the rebels since twenty fifteen when they intervened to support the exiled government victoria gate the report says. he supposes descend on the center of center there protesting against the death of the most senior official to be killed by the saudi led coalition in yemen's three year war salah the mad died in an airstrike on the coastal hay day to province last week. you'll get revenge for the death of the president of the republic. and i have message for the saudi aggressors you bring
invaders here from all over the world we will kill them and we will for them to move you to leaders in dozens of fighters were killed in another saudi led coalition air strike on saturday saudi state television says the strike targeted a high level meeting at the these interior ministry in santa after three years of fighting and no end to the war in sight analysts say the saudi led coalition is trying something new actually let's try to change in the. coalition. air strike that you have in. your leadership but if you look you know what to be. for your children. the more you are. but it's a risky strategy heathy fighters say their mood determined than ever to continue their fight for control of yemen bazaar number one this protest was made for our
president saleh osama and we tell him that we will keep going on your path and we will not drift away his death strengthened us and provided us with resistance god willing we will not drift away. it's a conflict that has already killed thousands of people and caused what the united nations says is the world's worst humanitarian crisis now there are signs of an escalation from both sides victoria gate and be out as they are and saudi arabia says it's intercepted for the missiles fired from yemen targeting the city of design the rebels say they fired a total of eight ballistic rockets aimed at economic targets are doctors in gaza say they are simply unable to cope with the huge numbers of palestinians injured in the latest friday border protest about nine hundred wounded as israeli soldiers fired on crowds of that came up to the fence four were killed demonstrations have been going on now for more than a month demanding
a right of return for refugees and their descendants to what is now israeli territory israel is facing international criticism for its use of live fire on protesters but says it's protecting its border walk more solo. our medical resources have hit rock bottom for health authorities must provide more medical supplies for us to continue to treat patients. i was not fully or properly treated because of the lack of medicine and medical facilities in another hospital then i got transferred to this rehabilitation hospital and i run into the same problems all the israeli army has struck six more hamas targets in gaza stephanie decker has more. this is the first time the israeli military has responded with a military force against hamas targets and what it calls a response to the protests at the fence a statement from the army issued on friday night said that this was in response to
a mass infiltration attempt at the border fence one of the strikes here in gaza port at two small boats overnight now what we've been seeing here is thousands of people who have lost their fear certainly this friday the most dramatic yet when you saw a surge of thousands of people heading towards that fence israeli forces opened fire but what people have been telling us is that they have lost their fear we can keep saying that but the situation here has become that desperate everyone you speak to here will tell you it is the worst that it has been since hamas took over the gaza strip there are no jobs the economy is dire people cannot afford to feed their families there's four hours of electricity a day if that medical supplies are in short supply the water is contaminated the water you see here has ruled sewage going into it the list is goes on and on i think this is why we're seeing so many people who don't care whether they're going to be facing life fire at the border fence certainly that's what we saw happen on
friday when. it happened all of a sudden a surge towards the border fence running in a different direction from where the protests have been focused all day these really soldiers had to reposition themselves the army issued a statement saying there was an attempt to infiltrate the border that they acted within the rules of engagement to through or to. the soldiers opened fire it went on for quite some time yet god was. ambulances raced to pick up the wounded should have been the guys suddenly ran in this direction to the fence so they threw stones at the soldiers then the israelis opened a heavy fire there are many injuries. there really is a feeling here that people have lost their fear israel has said it will shoot the ball they get right up to the border and the people here will tell you they have absolutely nothing left to lose. earlier in the day
a small victory for these young boys israeli forces had warned the protestors over a speakerphone in arabic to move back from the fence. when they didn't. to deal with the tear gas homemade gas masks and now being sold it could demo on how to use them these young men part of a generation who grew up under the blockade there are no jobs no opportunities they are stuck here as we get power from a peaceful protest they get their power. from their rifles with us we have rights we need our freedom. these three seem to discuss tactics maybe hoping for a brief moment of pride against one of the best equipped armies in the world. and there was. like the. force for the youth who are the first situation.
to voice what they want is change to be given their rights and their freedom when you can see despite the dangers of getting up close to the fence no one is stopping . this friday has been described by many here as the most dramatic yet because the protesters came right up to israel spends israel's intelligence agency and the army have borne the israeli government that gaza could explode if the current restrictions continue they may be right people here say they've lost their fear that life in gaza has become unbearable that they have nothing left to lose stephanie decker or jazeera east gaza a millions of koreans have been reacting to friday's historic meeting of the two leaders of their divided peninsula while south koreans were able to watch the summit between their president when j. in a north korea's kim jong un live on television the message across the border was more
tightly controlled and tension is now switching to a proposed meeting between kim and the u.s. president james bays reports from seoul. across south korea people watching the historic summit closely somewhat overwhelmed by the images the first time they'd seen a north korean leader step foot in the country the declaration that was signed was a declaration of intent nothing is actually changed yet but it could mean a very different political future for the next generation of koreans. well south korea had wall to wall coverage of the events in north korea on state controlled media a more edited version was presented people here of not yet been told of the possibility of the next meeting being between their leader and president trump experts say one of the people closest to kim is likely to be involved in changing the official
narrative. well for north korea the all of the media are controlled by the propaganda and agitation department which communal junge consignments younger sister who we saw you know company him she also came here to the olympic games she works in that department which indicates a very very high priority for the north korean regime joining the summit president moon j. in and supreme leader kim jong un met alone face to face for over thirty minutes trump is also said to favor a meeting one on one with know a former senior official who worked on north korea both at the white house and later at the u.n. has this advice for the u.s. president stablish in a good personal relationship that would then lay the groundwork for real detailed talks among experts i think is the best way to go and this can be a very highly successful meeting if done the right way. after the very high profile
summit the next stage of the diplomatic process will take place well away from the spotlight the lines of communication between pyongyang seoul and washington will remain open as they discuss the substance and venue or possible trump kim summit james bowie's out zira seoul a u.s. president donald trump says he'll keep up the pressure on north korea until the peninsula is completely free of nuclear weapons. i think the responsibility has fallen on the shoulders of the president of the united states and i think we have i think i have a responsibility to see if i can do it and if i can't do it it will be a very tough time for a lot of countries and a lot of people it's certainly something that i hope i can do for the world this is beyond the united states this is a world problem and it's something that i hope i'm able to do for the world i want
to check is next then when we come back both ride diplomacy progress on a border dispute as india's leader visits china. and we'll find out how southeast asian leaders plan to deal with the growing trade dispute between china and the u.s. . we've got some lovely warm sunshine for japan at the moment it seems fine and dry clear skies here we are going to see plenty of sunshine as we go on through the next couple of days they go wall to wall sunshine pretty much everywhere temperatures responding nicely twenty five celsius there for tokyo maybe even a tough woman into a socket fine in try to across the korean peninsula things looking nicely settled now a little bit of wet weather just pushing down towards north korea as we go on through
monday but for the south kristie is pleasantly warm pleasantly want to across much of japan basin pieces of rain then just sliding across the yellow sea maybe some bits and pieces of rain to the east china sea and that stretches across into central parts of china where it does stay a little unsettled southern possible too bad twenty eight celsius for hong kong the rain showers becoming a little more widespread as we go on through monday but further south again it does that allows you to a little bit of cloud there into the gulf of tonkin one could see some showers maybe some showers to into indochina as is the case across southeast asia some lively showers there into southern parts of the philippines into northern parts of borneo heavy rain will continue for thailand over the next hour to bangkok even cooling off a touch a high of twenty nine to greece. everything i do is being analyzed it's being weighed and it's been measured i'm going to go to
school this month. and it's not just i phones that i was laughing i mean most small things out of the state at the moment we are in a state of the universe lots of good stuff and did something that was apt i would rather take the risks of democracy to the risks of the dictatorship digital dissidents at this time on al-jazeera. hello again you're watching al-jazeera reminder of our top stories large crowds have gathered in yemen's capital sana'a to pay tribute to the hooty leader. he was
killed in a saudi led air strike last week saudi media say another airstrike on friday killed two more leaders and thousands of fighters at a high level meeting in sana'a. pressures growing on garza's hospitals such after four palestinians were killed and almost nine hundred injured when they must stop to israel's border fence on friday that's the closest they have come in five weeks of protests. north korean media is calling friday's summit to a new milestone the official news agency said the meeting opened the way for what he called a national reconciliation and unity meanwhile the u.s. president says he'll maintain the pressure on north korea to get rid of its nuclear weapons. or talks on syria are underway in moscow between the foreign ministers of russia iran and turkey three nations have been trying to find a political solution to the syrian conflict that talks that started in kazakstan last year but they remain divided over the recent u.s.
led airstrikes against the syrian government. while we are building options to please some of the other colleagues are trying to destroy the results of our joint constructive efforts not even following the international law like in the recent operation by the u.s. u.k. and france against syria aurore challenges lie for us in moscow so really lavrov and the other foreign ministers all spoke what what else did they say. you know we got some opening comments from them as they began their meeting and we heard from all three foreign ministers we just heard a little bit of there was a fairly critical as we've heard of the united states saying that essentially the united states is. trying to divide syria trying to break up the territorial integrity of syria and that any words from the united states about hoping to achieve some sort of lasting political settlement in syria well they're
just words that's lavrov a few critical words about the opposition saying that the preconditions of the opposition is brought to previous rounds of negotiations are. basically divisive and not helpful to actually achieving anything lasting there rain ians seem to think from what i can tell from their opening comments from zarif the past honor as this what he said here the istana process on syria is the only chance to achieve progress in the syrian settlements now there are plenty of people around the world in western capitals particular you think that the estancia process he is essentially an effort from iran damascus and russia to detract or to hollow out the geneva peace process and that will i think fuel fires in western capitals that this is this is the case the turkish foreign minister was
a little bit more circumspect of course turkey has a different view on what's been going on in syria recently particularly with the alleged chemical weapons attack and also the u.k. u.s. and french response to that it used those events differently to. teheran and moscow and so the turkish foreign minister was saying only that recent events show that the syrian settlements should be given additional impetus basically we need to get on with trying to sort this whole mess out otherwise it's just going to get worse. more a challenge of life for us in moscow now inside syria at least seventeen people have reportedly been killed in the country's largest palestinian refugee camp over the last twenty four hours the syrian government is trying to retake several neighborhoods in southern damascus including the yarmouk refugee camp from i saw fighters activists on the ground say about sixty percent of the camp has been destroyed just over
a week into the offensive and that displacement of more palestinian refugees in syria follows the u.s. decision to cut funding to the united nations agency that is helping the u.n. has launched an emergency appeal to cover the shortfall and he's warning it won't be able to provide cash assistance for much longer then a harder reports from beirut. he was aboard a refugee thirty years later she became a refugee again a palestinian from syria to lebanon with her family to escape the war in neighboring syria it's been hard she needs a kidney operation her sons need medical care as well but the little money she earns as a cleaner is used for food and rent jumana receives cash assistance from the united nations relief and works agency under wa but the organization is warning that it is running out of money and the money about. i am sick but i have to work i clean garbage on the streets and people's homes my husband finds occasional jobs under
what gives us around two hundred forty dollars a month but it can't be the four thousand five hundred dollars i need for my kidney operation under what can only give me one thousand five hundred dollars. their arrival of more than thirty thousand palestinians from syria in recent years has added strain to the u.n. agency it already provides services like health care education to almost two hundred thousand palestinians living here the u.s. decision to cut back funding has made the agency's financial situation worse it's appealing for more money to be able to continue helping refugees in syria and those in neighboring countries. there are almost half a million palestinians in syria at least one hundred twenty thousand of the population have since fled to jordan lebanon turkey europe and elsewhere nearly sixty percent have been internally displaced by the war. before the war seventy percent of palestinians were dependent on assistance they were able to work and had
access to government services unlike their brethren and. under one. five percent of those still living in syria are entirely dependent on the services it provides. he had a good life back home now he is among those the u.n. calls the extreme. the cash assistance he receives has been halved. or well used to give us. the case organization situation has worsened. think about it. is many things children and. they're not just deprived his eldest son fourteen year old is forced to work he earns seven dollars a day. without additional funds it will stop the cash assistance to refugees this will only put more pressure on who at such a young age is the breadwinner of the family. our southeast
asian leaders have been warned that a growing trade dispute between the u.s. and china is putting the economic growth at risk it came at the end of a regional summit where economic and security issues of sideline concerns about human rights flies louis reports from singapore. trade and security top the agenda when heads of state from the ten countries met on friday and saturday in his opening address singapore prime minister lee hsien loong warned that the spats between china and the us could affect the blow the political mood in many countries has shifted against retreat and in particular the recent trip tensions between the united states and china are worrying concerns i.c.m. countries would have to react to these major external trends u.s. president donald trump has threatened to impose tariffs on chinese imports with
china promising retaliation if he does. for many of us in countries the u.s. and china are the two biggest trading partners on the issue of security members discussed the threat of violent extremism and cyber attacks the ten countries are also negotiating an extradition treaty as well as a code of conduct with china to ease tensions in the disputed south china sea but there is an area where member states have been criticized for not doing enough human rights activists have said the bloc fails to promote and protect human rights and fundamental freedoms. the bloc largely stood by in silence when cambodia shuttered its independent media organizations and dissolved the main opposition party there was very little censure philippines so-called war on drugs in which thousands have died in extrajudicial killings and their ongoing crisis in myanmar fighting has intensified in the chin state in the north displacing thousands in
rakhine state seven hundred thousand revenge have fled across the border into bangladesh since august to escape persecution by the military needs to pressure myanmar to be accountable for what's happened and to investigate or allow investigators like us human rights watch and others to go into these areas ascertain exactly who was responsible for the atrocities committed against the rohingya and then hold them accountable again we're seeing nothing from us here but for a group that prefers to keep a policy of noninterference in the member states domestic affairs that might be a tall order florence three al-jazeera singapore. china and india say they will improve military contacts to avoid any future border disputes india's prime minister narendra modi is in china for talks with president xi jinping a military standoff on a stretch of the border last year lasted for months india has also raised the issue
of chinese building projects in pakistan administered kashmir which india considers to be under illegal occupation or the suspect in america's golden state killer case has made his first appearance in court in california for police and joseph de angelo is charged with a series of murders and rapes across the state including the one nine hundred seventy s. and eighty's investigators managed to track him down by comparing his d.n.a. to a commercial genealogy database that consumers use to explore their ancestry a many of the world's leading aircraft makers are in germany for the berlijn air show with the focus this year on drone technology as dominic cain reports its development is helping spark a revolution in sustainable flight. april in berlin means two things potentially to ritual downpours and. this is the innovation and leadership in aerospace event
for short with a huge range of planes helicopters and other airborne elements taking their turns to wire the crowds. one of the main themes of this year's event is drones and other unmanned aircraft and while many of the items here have more military applications the civilian use of this technology is clearly on show and this is where airbus sees a real opportunity demonstrating what they call the city airbus helicopter currently undergoing final test before a first flight later this year as yet it's a drone but one day its creators see it as an alternative to ground based taxis with the option to have a human driver to ferry the paying passengers and it will not be of the ip option because we want to democratize this kind of transportation so either way it will be comparable to our normal taxi and maybe even a bit cheaper and. in
a certain point in future the burning asho is about far more than just unmanned drone fact knology out here on the tarmac the runway a bit of a product for many of the world's leading aviation manufacturers and indeed from the military on many of the airport visible here that its way their products at europe's leading asho amid the different and graph to be seen on many from the german military which this year is presenting its hardware in combination with elements from its french counterparts germany and france they are the engine of europe so we are being part of that engine we focus here and berlin with all the industry has been present and that's what you see over here and that's what we have a very part of and very proud to be it. organizers say it's all about showcasing the latest innovations in aircraft design and technology but for many people it's also a chance to get a close glimpse of jets they'd never be able to see otherwise dominant came. at the
berlin azure. for years of conflict between somalia's government and have left a generation of young people living behind closed doors religious conservatism has also held many young men and women back from going out together but as mohammed atta reports in the capital changes in the year. it. was the cutest type of the venue of a music concert in mogadishu. no one is allowed to forget there's a war going on. yet events like this are seen as a sign of change in a city where young people mostly confined to their homes in a state of boredom. tonight somali british singer kim is to take them to hostile us. i was expecting this and so surprised.
i was being welcomed into the church so seriously. not everyone is happy with her presence though this is not a function of that issue but it's the we will see the well first of all talk to the i thought for the coming months to the podium so from a little bit to look from the point dummy before the triple look to. the moms of the men through your post to music and the free mixing of men and women while out here come on and she came all the way from london to spread mischief these concepts should not be allowed to happen if they continue with the senate we have no option but to fight them i hundreds of young men and women attended the performance despite the disapproval of conservatives be sure that the people of mogadishu have been through a lot of pain and agony we are here to give them happiness the. i i the close down state of insecurity means it's most every night music lovers in
mogadishu can hold such an event so they make the most of it on the rail questions when they come. mohammed at all just reduces some. cases as the let's get a roundup of all headlines large crowds have gathered in yemen's capital sana'a to pay tribute to the to the late hooty leader samad he was killed by a saudi led asked reich last week saudi media say another strike on friday killed two more whose leaders and dozens of fighters at a high level meeting in santa. doctors in gaza say they're simply unable to cope with the huge numbers of palestinians injured in the latest friday border protests about nine hundred were wounded as israeli soldiers fired on crowds that came up to the fence four were killed demonstrations of be going on now for more than a month north korean media is calling friday's historic summit
a new milestone the leaders of north and south korea have pledged to end years of hostility between the two countries meanwhile the u.s. president says he'll keep the pressure on north korea to rid the peninsula of nuclear weapons talks on syria are underway in moscow between the foreign ministers of russia iran and turkey three nations have been trying to find a political solution to the syrian conflict that talks that started in kazakstan last year but they remain divided over the recent u.s. led strikes against the syrian government. while we are building options for peace some of their other colleagues are trying to destroy the results of their joint constructive efforts not even following the international law like in the recent operation by the u.s. u.k. and france against syria. at least seventeen people have reportedly been killed in syria's largest palestinian refugee camp over the last twenty four hours syrian government is trying to retake several neighborhoods in southern damascus including
the yarmouk refugee camp from i saw fighters activists on the ground estimate about sixty percent of the camp has been destroyed just over a week into the offensive. china and india say that improve military contacts to avoid any future border disputes india's prime minister narendra modi is in china for talks with president xi jinping a military standoff on a stretch of the border last year dragged on for months india has also raised the issue of chinese building projects in pakistan administered kashmir which india considers to be under illegal occupation those are the headlines inside stories next.