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president's speech. hello welcome to our jazeera live from doha and it's also coming up. palestinian leaders threatened to suspend ties with the u.s. if washington closes the p.l.o. office. cautious optimism as signals have been detected from the missing time submarine plus. on world toilet day i'm rob mcbride in cambodia a country dealing with a universal problem. now it could be crunch time for zimbabwe's president as the military politicians and civil society come together to decide his future the big question now is will robert mugabe quit or will he be forced out he's been steadily losing support since
wednesday when the military says the army chief was angry over the sacking of the vice president and his and one of his longtime ally the president's own party's any p.f. is missing in the. coming hours to vote on whether to strip him of the presidency and the party leadership and this follows the extraordinary scenes in the capital harare where hundreds of thousands of people marched on saturday celebrating the apparent tend of his thirty seven year long grip on power r m a tosser revolt from harare. ecstatic zimbabweans say they can feel change is coming soldiers posed for selfies with crowds hundreds of thousands of people flooded the streets of harare men women and children marched alongside armored cars and soldiers they say they want president robert mugabe who has ruled for nearly forty years to resign good money for the medicines but the. president kweisi what was caused sixty thousand dollars we are saying you should stop. this country like
they've done enough i think it is my freedom to ask all of us we've been waiting for this time for so long we have been oppressed for a very long time so we are saying. basically. it was a united front opposition supporters people loyal to mugabe is on a party and veterans of the liberation war against white rule marched together the main opposition leader morgan tsvangirai says the country is preparing for a post mugabe era the army seize control earlier in the week and confine the country's leader his private residence in harare. and. speaking from south africa on saturday his nephew patrick was reported to have said the president and his wife grace are ready to die for what is correct and they have no intention of stepping down but people at the march insisted the ninety three year old has to
go explore. the country thanking. branches in all ten provinces have said mugabe should resign they also want grace mcgarvie who heads the party's women's need to go through things on a pair party will meet on sunday to discuss the fate of president robert mugabe and his wife and reinstate the vice president he dismissed him a similar. zimbabweans have only known one leader after decades of being afraid to speak out against mugabe things have changed the people marching insist it's not a matter of if but when mugabe will go how the mythos al-jazeera had it. right let's talk to a bright matonga now former deputy information minister he's on the line from the
zimbabwean capital as a life time zanu p.f. member what exactly is the party going to be considering today. because. he's going to. because he's. going to actually if you see him. if you get. to bury. thank you very much. unfortunately. he's going that we take your point where we. think we fork all right
ok all right mr mission to tone that mr matonga let me just jump in there say the central committee you expect to strip in all of the presidency and to strip him of the leadership is the policy then what happens then presumably impeachment proceedings will begin but you have to go to parliament for that. people are actually going to government by their political parties it's tricky. so. it's going to. require you. if you are smart you know. you. want to blow. the
country all right ok. all right there's a choice then there will be a choice in front of president mugabe i think we might have lost. we lost him. i think we've lost our guest right the finger. now palestine has threatened to suspend communications with the usa for the trumpet ministrations plan to close the palestine liberation organization diplomatic office in washington it's hoped a meeting on monday between the u.s. state department and the p.l.o. will shed more light on the trumpet administration's position dionysia broke records. the plant closure of the palestinian liberation organization's office in washington prompted shock and a threat from a senior palestinian official to freeze ties with the us this is very unfortunate. symptom and this is the pressure being exerted on this administration from the
netanyahu government at the time when we are trying to cooperate to achieve the ultimate being take such steps which would undermine the peace process the u.s. state department announced its decision to close the office late last week citing a twenty fifteen law placing conditions on the u.s. mission office those conditions relate to the palestinians pressuring the international criminal court to seek charges against israel over the issue of israeli settlements and crimes against palestinians the move comes as the troubled ministration is trying to broker a peace plan between the palestinians and israelis president donald trump said such a deal would be a cornerstone of his administration he very much in september he met with palestinian president mahmoud abbas on the sidelines of the u.n. general assembly meeting of world leaders in new york and a last month the president sent his son in law and adviser jared cushion or to the middle east in part to work out a blueprint for a deal the white house says closing the p.l.o.
office doesn't mean it's cutting off communications with the palestinians and could be viewed as a way to expedite the peace process but a middle east analyst says the trumpet ministration is not bargaining in good faith the u.s. is not an honest broker the u.s. is representing its own interests and they correspond primarily with the right wing of israeli interests the closure isn't a done deal president trump has ninety days to review the decision and could keep the office open if he thinks the palestinians are engaged in meaningful and direct negotiations with the israelis die on us to brook al jazeera. washington all right let's go live now to west jerusalem and speak to our correspondent there mark where malcolm one way or another this is likely to have an effect isn't it on whatever the status the peace process has at the moment what exactly is the peace process as
of now we've we know that jared and jason green last have been in and out of the region where exactly does it stand at the moment where ever since trump came to power he's talked about bringing a peace deal to the middle east he said it would be the ultimate peace deal the palestinians always said they would be the ultimate partner but drums never elaborated on what kind of deal this would be if it would be a two state solution or otherwise palestinian officials said over a series of meetings they've had since the trumpet ministration came in they were under the impression that the american administration on the stood the conditions that would be conducive for a peace deal so they've expressed shock that this comes now on a crucial point that they've raised there is that they say throughout the duration of the trump ministration the building of what they say are illegal settlements in the west bank has increased so they've expressed great surprise this days they say israel's been increasing settlements that the p.l.o.
says are illegal at the same time the p.l.o. has been they say they've been cooperative so they're questioning why the u.s. now seems to be they say rewarding israel and punishing them and we've seen already . cat respond swiftly to the current state of affairs what other palestinian voices have we heard. well with the number and the reaction being on usually strong and clearly objecting strongly to this u.s. position the palestinian authority's foreign minister yesterday said that they would not succumb to pressure not succumb to blackmail the palestinian. representative in washington just came out with a few comments saying that this was reckless and that the biggest loser in this would be the u.s. and its role as a mediator for peace in the middle east and then was also a statement yesterday from the presidential spokesman the pillows presidential
spokesman also condemning this and saying it would be damaging very damaging to the peace process to u.s. relations with palestine and with the whole of the arab world markham where live in west jerusalem thank you. lebanon's prime minister saad hariri has confirmed that hill returned to beirut by wednesday when he will clarify his position following his shock resignation more than two weeks ago mr hariri hasn't been back to his country since abruptly resigning in the saudi capital riyadh is now in france which is trying to mediate the fallout natasha butler has more from paris in the latest twist in this political crisis saad hariri arrived in paris is look airport at dawn and headed to his apartment in the french capital it was the first time the lebanese prime minister had been seen in public since his sudden resignation in riyadh two weeks ago later he met the french president emmanuel markov at the
elisei palace and said he would return to beirut. politique with regards to the political situation i will be in beirut in the next few days to take part in the celebration of our independence and all express opinions on all subjects once i've made president. hariri was joined by his wife and eldest son but his other two children were left behind in riyadh fueling speculation about why that was released a sources said only that it had been the hariri family's personal choice macro invited to really he said not to offer exile but as an act of friendship the fact that some of the rary was killed at the elise is being seen by those in france as something of a diplomatic success for emanuel might call it is the french president's mediation attempts over the past two weeks that have seen hariri finally leave riyadh. this is certainly a diplomatic success for
a manual mark cross at the start of the lebanese crisis no one was very convinced that he'd be able to get results but he succeeded in getting hariri out of saudi arabia and hopefully back to lebanon soon for that it's a personal achievement for macro he's managed to re-insert france into the middle east and diplomatic arena what many people in lebanon say they're fed up with what they regard as foreign meddling in their affairs if hariri does make it back to beirut on wednesday he'll be there is the country celebrates his independence with a public holiday that would be a symbolic moment would be lost on no one natasha butler al jazeera paris lots more to come here at al-jazeera including find out why people in haiti ready called in for the new president to quit. this last time was marred by protests over an equality and expensive education that this conservative politician is still the favorite to become chile's president again.
hello there we're still seems a very active weather across europe at the moment down in the southeast where we've got the most turbulent weather you can see this is a spiraling area of low pressure here that's giving us a very very strong winds damaging winds and we're seeing some very heavy rains across this region as well that system is slowly slipping down towards the southeast it will continue to give us some heavy downpours as it does so then there's a small break behind it the next system is working its way across the alps of outs can expect quite a bit of snow there during the day on sunday to the north of all of that where you can see the winds still feeding down from the north so for many of us it's pretty cold but as we head through into monday things will change because the winds are feeding in from the atlantic that's going to bring in more cloud more moisture more rain but also pull up the temperatures say for london on monday will be up to
fourteen and for paris will be around twelve that system down in the southeast corner of europe though if anything is looking more active there for monday have a some of us in the northwestern parts of turkey it will be very very wet for the other side of the mediterranean though generally things here fairly quiet we've got a quite a good deal of cloud there across the north coast of libya might just squeeze out the old shower and that's really going to stay with us as we head through monday but towards the west is fine and dry with about twenty three. with yours.
let's take a look at the top stories here at al-jazeera zimbabwe's really p.f. party is set to vote on whether to strip robert mugabe of the presidency and the party leadership hundreds of thousands of people meanwhile marched on saturday demanding he resign there's been growing pressure for the president to step down as a military seized power on wednesday palestine has threatened to suspend communications with the u.s. over the trumpet ministrations warning that it could close the palestine liberation
organization office in washington d.c. lebanon's prime minister saad hariri has confirmed he'll return to beirut by when say he says he'll then clarify his position after his shock resignation more than two weeks ago mr hariri hasn't returned to his country since he abruptly resigned in the saudi capital riyadh is now in france which is trying to mediate the fallout . now argentina's defense ministry says it's detected seven failed satellite goals from the missing submarine raising hopes that the forty four crew members on board will still be found alive contact was lost with the san juan on wednesday as it was returning to its base in mt del plata from a routine mission in the south atlantic the search for the vessel has been hampered by stormy weather that has more. the search and rescue operation is continuing through the night and into sunday with the argentine
authorities saying they are now cautiously optimistic after receiving more they say was seven attempted satellite cause which failed to connect but were a sign of life somewhere deep in the south atlantic in the meantime the united states chile great britain for their assistance and with sending expertise to argentina to help in the in the search operation to find the sound one submarine the argentine authorities have not heard from the crew since wednesday morning they and the families of the forty four crew members are becoming increasingly concerned as each hour passes without hearing from the submarine now they're not calling it to the merge and see as yet they have no news of any mechanical failure or any other technical failure simply saying they've not heard from the crew since wednesday morning in the meantime the whole of argentina is watching and waiting with great nervousness with great. to hear what happens the pope has said that he
is praying for the forty four crewmembers arjen time president mauricio macri is saying that he will stop at nothing to try to find out what has happened to the crew of the of the sound one chileans heading to the polls to elect their new president the conservative sebastiaan piniella a businessman who served in earlier term as president is the favorite at that presidency was played by massive protests over inequality and education is a latin america editor lucianne human. he left office four years ago after a fairly lackluster administration yet former presidents have us jumping it is the favorite for a second crack at jilly's presidency he hasn't taken off the red rubber watch the president barack obama gave him is that a good luck trying now it is that. simple and probably. this will make the difference between good times and bad time for all the to the
people. but unlike obama is a conservative and a businessman with even more billionaires than donald trump out of. chile is latin america's most stable economy but after a series of corruption scandals politics seems to have lost its blue. politicians are all in bed together they only care about their own interests and their own well being. major structural reforms introduced by socialist president michelle bachelet haven't yet produced benefits hurting the center left chances the political right was very very effective and installing a discourse of the country is going down the drain economic growth is slowing down you're creating uncertainty etc was an actual fact it was the international scenario of slowing growth. the center left is going into the elections deeply divided with four candidates. hundred years
a former journalist is vowing to continue by chile's reforms in this still socially unequal country the right wing will never implement reforms because they want to maintain the monopoly of a few who then invest their money abroad. in this election all the center left presidential candidates are competing not just against former president peña out of it but also against the real possibility of. the opposition and that's why the government. chileans decide they're disenchanted. and go out and. indeed there's little enthusiasm for an election that many predict will say less about what chileans want than about what they no longer believe in. santiago. haiti has really say to me after twenty two years without one it's
a controversial move for the caribbean nation which has a history of coups and political instability the story is a bow ripples it comes at a time of increasing public pressure for the president. to step down. to begin a day of protests against the government of. the opposition says the government is corrupt and is raising taxes to hurt the poor majority. the president raised the price of gasoline and passed a criminal with nothing in it for the people this is not what he promised in his campaign. earlier this week an investigation revealed that millions of dollars were stolen from a two billion dollars venezuelan loan to haiti that was meant to help rebuild this nation after the earthquake. and even though it happened during the previous administration it has people here disenchanted with the political class people here
. in the northern city of cap-haitien president stated the haitian armed forces. i'm going to insist for all the people of haiti for all humanity. me is not involved in politics haiti has been without military forces since one nine hundred ninety five when former president they're trying very steed disbanded the army after he returned to power following a call for now it's only composed of one hundred fifty members its main job will be to patrol the seas and the border with the dominican republic. and to help rebuild after natural disasters. but forces that plan more and reinstating the army is
a mistake i don't want. nothing to jack. no no no no no no no. haiti is one of the poorest countries in the world and falling aid has slowed down in recent years the government insists it's doing what's necessary to improve the economy. but on the streets there are many who fear the president's reforms will end up hurting those who need help the most. hideous i will pull to prince. the arab league is holding an extraordinary meeting in cairo at the request of saudi arabia to talk about iran's recent activities in the region iran is accused of being behind a missile launch from yemen targeting riyadh and an oil pipeline explosion in bahrain. gerry adams
a leader of the irish republican party shem fein has announced phil stepped down after almost thirty five years he was the leading voice for shem fein and the westminster m.p. when his party was the political wing of the irish republican army the ira the group for the guerrilla campaign against british control of northern on the for almost forty years gerry adams played a central role in peace talks in the one nine hundred ninety s. which led to power sharing between she and train and pro british unionists. separatists leaders in indian administered kashmir have called for a shutdown of shops and businesses to protest against the recent killing of rebel fighters thousands of people marched in a funeral procession on saturday for a rebel commander who was killed in a shootout with police mourners chanted and india slogans as the. carried. mad mir's body just hours later at least five suspected rebels and an air force
commander were killed in more fighting. the foreign ministers of germany sweden and japan are a range of refugee camp in bangladesh along with the hosts foreign minister more than half a million ranger have been forced to leave me in march for bangladesh since august after a military crackdown the un has accused me amar of committing ethnic cleansing. now it's world toilet day that's the day that the u.n. declares to inspire action to tackle a global sanitation crisis it says four and a half billion people live without a household toilet safely disposes waste more than eight hundred sixty million people go to the toilet in an open space in bush's or in the water and that means that almost two billion people use a source of drinking water that could be contaminated now it says improve sanitation combined with safe water and good hygiene could prevent around eight
hundred fifty thousand deaths every year well cambodia has been badly affected by going to the toilet in the open but it's also cited as one of the most successful in getting people to install and use toilets rob mcbride reports from kampong spiro province. in the center of this cambodian village the ngo watershed has organized a sales pitch for the toilet people are asked how many don't have one the answer is most. instead of getting a donated toilet the idea is to make it something to aspire to and value. klunk has just got one she used to go into the field at the back of her house it's now she has pride of ownership and her friends want to. my neighbor says when her daughter sent him money the next time she'll buy one. simple concrete pipes sunk
into the ground she got her toilet from contractor poissy pi who started making them two years ago. it's good business i'm now selling about fifteen to twenty a month creating a demand that leads to a market that solves a problem for women and girls especially going out at night in remote areas carries with it the risk of attack a lack of toilets in rural cambodia also does significant harm to the development of children it's estimated a third of under five year olds suffer from stunted growth when children are exposed to feces in their environment they repeatedly get bouts of diarrhea so all the good things that are going in coming straight out in the capital phnom penh a regional conference considered solutions it's addressed by dr kemal carr a pioneer who developed
a strategy in bangladesh based on peer pressure that's now adopted worldwide if you are not allowed to drink it in the open by the community use your french toilet or unity started getting different communities to come up with solutions to a shared problem. rob mcbride al-jazeera compound spew problems come. never forget there's always the al-jazeera website where you can get a lot more information on the day's main stories is also a lot of background information too did you know for instance that it's coming up to the anniversary of resolution two forty two that of course is person and to the situation regarding palestine nine hundred sixty seven it was passed and it called for the withdrawal of israeli armed forces from territories occupied in the recent conflict al-jazeera dot com.
your without jazeera these are the top stories zimbabwe's ruling zanu p.f. party is set to vote on whether to strip robert mugabe of the presidency and the party leadership hundreds of thousands of people marched on saturday demanding he resign there's been growing pressure for mcgarvey to set down since the military seize power on wednesday palestine has threatened to suspend communications with the u.s. over the trumpet ministrations warning that it could close the palestine liberation organization office in washington the state department says the p.l.o. has violated a law by calling for an international criminal court prosecution against israel's building of illegal settlements. lebanon's prime minister saad hariri has confirmed he'll return to a route by when say he says he'll vend clarify his position after his shock resignation more than two weeks ago he hasn't been back to his country since he abruptly resigned in the saudi capital riyadh he's now in france which is trying to
mediate in the crisis. the arab league is holding an extraordinary meeting in cairo at the request of saudi arabia to discuss iran's recent activities in the region iran is accused of being behind a misako launched from yemen which targeted riyadh as well as for an oil pipeline explosion in bahrain argentina's defense ministry says it has detected seven failed satellite coals from a missing submarine raising hopes that the forty four crew members on board will be found alive contact was lost with the san juan on wednesday as it was returning to its base in mile del plata from a routine mission in the south atlantic the search for the vessel has been hampered by stoolie weather. gerry adams the leader of the irish republican politician fein has announced he'll step down after almost thirty five years he was a leading voice for sheehan fein and the westminster m.p.
when his party was the political wing of the ira that's the irish republican army the paramilitary group force a guerrilla campaign against british control of northern ireland for almost forty is gerry adams played a central role in peace in the ninety's leading to power sharing between shem fein and prove british unionists those are the headlines inside stories next. how would you say you out. where every. there are reports saudi arabia is demanding money from senior officials it's.