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the u.n. security council will meet later on wednesday to talk about north korea's latest missile launch pyongyang says the missile can strike anywhere in the united states and neighboring countries say this launch is a major jump in its missile capability as kathy novak reports from seoul in south korea. it's being celebrated as a priceless victory in north korea state media says the country has completed its rocket system development with the successful test launch of a new long range missile and you're going to get to the i.c.b.m. what song fifteen weapon system is it into continental ballistic rocket to the super large heavy warhead which is capable of striking the whole mainland of the u.s. it's the third i.c.b.m. test this year north korea says this one is more events than the hawse on fourteen's in july traveling for around fifteen minutes to an altitude of about
four and a half thousand kilometers before landing in waters off japan the intended target according to pyongyang's media from the u.s. president who has threatened fire in fury in the past this response or we can use that we will take care of it we have general menace in the room with us and we've had a long discussion about it. it is a situation that we will handle it went higher frankly than any previous thought they paid for research and development effort on their part to continue building ballistic missile that could threaten. everywhere in the world basically south korea says it detected the test in advance of the launch at around three a.m. local time and immediately responded with joint army navy and air force drills launching three missiles that simultaneously hit a simulated target the intended message to north korea the south could take out the launch site if necessary president trump spoke with the leaders of south korea and
japan. japan will resolutely enhance its pressure on north korea to the maximum level we will continue to protect the lives and livelihood of the people of japan on to the strong japan u.s. alliance president monday and told trump that north korea's technology has apparently improved agreeing to continue the sanctions campaign that anger is kim jong un's government but so far has failed to stop its missile and nuclear tests. south korea and the united states along with the international community have no other choice but to continue applying strong pressure and sanctions the south korean government says those sanctions are designed to force north korea to negotiations there has been no communication between the two countries since last year the u.s. and its allies have often said that denuclearization is a precondition for talks but it seems increasingly likely that if north korea comes
to the table it will insist on doing so as a nuclear state cathy know that al-jazeera seoul. the new missile called twice on fifteen was launched from pyongyang not far from the capital reportedly resty to about four and a half thousand kilometers to put that into to perspective that's ten times higher than the international space station if flew for fifty three minutes before crashing into the sea off the coast of japan a c. one who is the managing editor at korea expo say he says the situation is politically difficult for south korea. things have not really changed so much from the ground there is calm here however if you look at the political level there is a great deal of discussion over what south korea could do will it is very clear that the government is backing stronger sanctions as it has since it took power back in may but there are also questions as to whether the sanctions can really stop north korea from continuing with the nuclear development at the same time the
government has insisted that there cannot be any war on the korean peninsula considering the kind of damage to south korea would suffer so there are divided opinions i think at the very least at the international level you can see south korea agreeing to stronger sanctions against kenya if anything what we have seen from killing else in scheme going to power is this very strong determination to continue with the program and it will probably not stop until it does reach that state of nuclear capability that enables it to attack u.s. continental america experts are saying that this might still take two to three years despite what killing is saying so and during this time what can anyone do. a copper seedings in the appeal case of six bosnian croat is convicted of war crimes have been suspended one of them. i am not
a war criminal what i have just thought was put some. dramatic scenes unfolding there in the hague one of them drinking a substance which is lawyer says is a poison the atrocities were committed between one nine hundred ninety two and one thousand nine hundred four in poznań how to govern as the former yugoslavia broke apart they were found guilty of persecuting expelling and murdering muslims with the aim of creating an ethnically pure croatian state dennis hitch is deputy editor for the defaced project who's also associated with the balkan transitional justice project he joins us live. from sarajevo via skype thanks very much for being with us now i understand you have been following these proceedings what do you make of what's happened here. we have reporters that they will work just senior policeman and drink believe it also coming so. they will
defend the. here is the first instance really well. here's the reason. that. that. was not a criminal jan substance. was the proceedings you order your order to be taken out. and now we're just waiting to see what will happen. so we heard the first. twenty five years in prison and we still have three defendants to go so we'll see how this. and in the case of slobodan probably at who was the the man that we just saw there taking what he said was a poison of what his lawyer said was was poison upon hearing his. his judgment does this not raise questions. about the. the security there is at the
hague and whether the authorities could have done a more authority job of. perhaps of. checking to see if he'd had anything on him before he entered the courtroom well obviously are i'd be very concerned if there was no check and walk to see what was there i think they will need to see a way to see what actually happened when you last have. lawyers are you also asked her break it is lawyers and says that that used to continue we had almost an hour long break into the judge's going back in and after a medical check up everything turned out to be ok so it's possible you don't know how this started it's possible this week but more dangerous than that while the water will just have to wait and see if it turns out that he did or isn't that sure that there will be a very serious question as to how this was
a large have indeed for the moment we'll leave it there at dennis speaking to assess there from sarajevo thanks for being with us. here. now this is the final appeal case the court is a ruling on but as david schaper reports now from most our divisions of the past still haunt ethnic groups there. the old bridge of must start built by the ottomans in the sixteenth century one of the priceless architectural casualties of the war in bosnia its wanton destruction is included in the list of indictments against the bosnian croat defendants in the last major case being heard in the international criminal tribunals for the former yugoslavia in the hague now painstakingly restored to its former glory it's become a unesco world heritage site and is visited by tens of thousands of tourists every year but then a rep for the reverse still marks a front line twenty two years after the war ended close by the city's
main academy has also been renovated the neo morris building houses two schools under one roof mostly in muslims and bosnian croat it's being taught in different languages and different versions of history on different floors. ahmed is a human rights lawyer whose daughter went to the school he won his court case against the local authorities demanding a unified curriculum but nothing has changed and we have. we must our municipal court decided in its final judgment that they were discriminating against children by organizing the educational system and the curricula by ethnic principals thereby separating children. in bosnia and herzegovina we should all study our history the same history we must not compromise anybody's integrity or language everyone has
a right to religion and places to pray this right must be counted but when it comes to school curricula i think many changes can be made so we can all study the same ones. in the wake of a war that killed one hundred thousand people the idea of two schools under one roof was devised by the organization for security and cooperation in europe to try and start reintegration but it's simply cementing the divisions what we have is a situation where you have multiple curricula you have multiple instructors separate administrations all divided along along ethnic lines and that frankly. and to me personally is is a long term threat to the security and stability of the country. as right kaamelott it's the butcher of bosnia completes the first week of the rest of his life in prisons one experience commentator of the genocide observed a bitter truth. he will at least have the satisfaction of knowing his mission in no
small part was accomplished. the city's iconic bridge may stretch across the ethnic divide here but the truth is the division between them as deep as ever david chaytor al-jazeera bastar or the pope's next stop is in bangladesh and the tiny catholic community in dhaka. is getting ready to welcome him on thursday some have held prayer sessions in their homes hoping the pope francis's visit will promote more tolerance for their religion in a muslim majority nation of myanmar christians make up fewer than one percent of bangladesh's population syrian government to go see it is are in geneva for the latest round of talks aimed at ending the war opposition delegates met the un special envoy for syria stuff and i'm stuart on tuesday straight our diplomatic editor james bays in geneva so james how have those initial meetings with mr or
gone well i think there is some disagreement about what they should be focusing on you go back to december twenty fifth to find the mandate for all of this the so-called road map for syria and that's the u.n. security council resolution twenty two fifty four that talks about political transition and then a new constitution and elections for syria well mr de mistura is focusing on the latter parts of that constitution in the elections and not really on the political transition the spokesperson for the go sating team believes that was the demon story has been influenced by the russians it can be a road that well this stew ation he is supporting is not is against the syrian people and this is this is the best prescription for his family. and we believe that russia. has
a power with real influence military in syria. is is pressuring him and james we know the syrian government delegation arrived today what more on that. syrian government delegation to arrive there in the hotel now we expect was to de mistura as he did with the opposition to pay them a courtesy call in the hotel not to talk clear whether there will be talks that the u.n. with the government side here taking place on wednesday or whether that will happen on thursday certainly the opposition delegation want to get both sides face to face to actually meet together around the table but the syrian government reluctant to come here they came here late some reports even saying they don't plan to stay here particularly long. life for us there in geneva thank you i still add on al-jazeera reports that britain is moving closer to agreeing on its brakes a divorce deal with the european union. and finally some good news for thousands of
tourists stranded on the indonesian resort island of bali. howlers a creeping cold is a bit more of a rush now to north korea and probably hard. as coming out of what is a very cold mass a ground this is not cloud this is effectively frost if you like think of it that way is cold so minus eight is a maximum that if asked to come first day the sun is out it still matters a monastery in sapporo this is called the sea cold cloud it'll produce some snow eventually of the high ground ignore the whole chewing over the lower ground of her colorado leaving behind subzero temperatures in north korea but plus three in beijing where adequate quality is still pretty good which is nice this time of year zero in pyongyang is your max on friday it's about the same part of us looks about
the same sapporo and the clouds are still producing snow showers for northern homes to further south in for example tokyo or soka start that warm but the sun is more likely to be dominant than anything else i we've had some and usually heavy rain in this southeast corner of china shouldn't rain very much this time of the year so to see a figure like seventy that's more than a month's worth in twenty four hours is a surprise and this rain is dot over there is more rain produced somewhere in central southern china. or indeed friday now the hong kong still looks fine and in the twenty's. now and.
i'm not just about the same it's only the year. defying my disability on al-jazeera world this time. and again you're watching algeria remind of our top stories this hour north koreans are celebrated the launch of what is reported to be their most powerful ballistic missile yet state t.v. said it can strike anywhere in the united states in the north can finally declare itself a nuclear state the u.n. security council is due to meet on the issue. called proceedings in the appeal case
of six bosnian croat is convicted of war crimes have been suspended one of them has drunk a substance which he says is poisoned the atrocities were committed between one thousand nine hundred two and one thousand four in bosnia and herzegovina as the former yugoslavia broke apart. for the second day in a row pope francis has avoided using the name of myanmar's persecuted minority but the roman catholic leader preached a message of forgiveness in his first public mass in myanmar's largest city yangon he also called on people to resist the temptation for revenge scott aila reports from yangon. the people of myanmar were finally able to get a good look at pope francis this time more than a quick way out of a window. his popemobile is built so he can be seen unlike his convoy of vehicles that have been travelling through the streets of yangon since monday on the sprawling grass fields of the checkers and grounds in the city center. the part of
hell the mass for an estimated one hundred fifty thousand catholic faithful. i know that many in me in my bad the winds of violence were visible and invisible the temptation is to respond to these injuries with a worldly wisdom like that of the king in the first reading is deeply flawed we think that healing can come from anger and revenge yet the way of revenge is not the way of jesus the preachings of the pope were directed at the decades of ethnic wars and violence here in his large public mass where the pope again did not specifically mention the right hinge up but his statements about acceptance and identity has prompted some to think about the crisis. i don't think we're hinges are as bad as people say they're only a minority in our country like the pope said they should be treated accordingly by human rights as you know difference between us and them. from
a religious point of few i have sympathy for. but ethnically i cannot accept them. the pope is due to hold one more smaller mass on thursday morning and then embark on the second leg of his trip to the region. to bangladesh where he's expected to meet refugees and the small catholic community he's got either al-jazeera gone. or the u.k. is reportedly close to reaching an agreement on the so-called brags it divorce bill a key sticking point in negotiations to leave the british media is reporting the u.k. will shell out about sixty five billion dollars to settle its unpaid debts responding to the report's chief negotiator says there's still work to be done the e.u. has been refusing to discuss post bragg's it trade options until the details of that divorce bill and settlement comes just days before a meeting between the british prime minister and the european commission president
do next monday and decides the divorce bill the pair will discuss the other two big issues in the break that process the irish border and the european union citizens' rights dean barbara is following developments for us from london. that there is no precise figure but this will be seen as a major concession just two months ago a treason may was putting the figure at around twenty to twenty five billion euros now the final the final so-called divorce bill will actually take many many more years after britain leaves the european union things that are ongoing such as the european union pension pot so nobody can put a final figure on it but it seems that that both sides have accepted the list if you like just a few hours ago michel barnier the hughes chief negotiator said this though we are awaiting sufficient progress from london on the following three points the rights
of european citizens in the u.k. and of british citizens in the you issues relating to the border between ireland and northern ireland and fulfillment of the financial obligations entered into so financial obligations ticked off two other major issues the us saying still have to be settled before they can move to the trade trade agreement. president and the fact that i.c.c. says he's giving army and police forces three months to end all attacks in the sinai peninsula says deadline comes almost a week after the killing of at least three hundred five people who'd gathered at a mosque for friday prayers it was the deadliest attack in egypt's modern history the military has already started bombing targets as part of cc's pledge to punish the attackers. iran's president is accusing saudi arabia of targeting his country as a way of shifting focus from saudi involvement in regional conflicts the tensions been escalating between the regional rival since sanctions on iran were eased under the
nuclear deal has several hearty says his country has to act with professionalism when dealing with the kingdom. saudi arabia is seeking to solve two fundamental problems that's why they try to characterize iran as an enemy saudi arabia failed in qatar and failed in iraq and syria and finally failed in lebanon they failed in all these regions and one because of the failure by portraying iran of an enemy secondly inside saudi arabia the tense and the internal disputes so that iran is an enemy to cover the failure and the internal problems that's for you must acknowledge professionalism yemen's former president ali abdullah saleh has outlined his path to peace in the water own country and a speech in the capital sanaa. told the rebels to stop firing rockets at saudi arabia in return he says the saudi coalition should end its blockade and raids on yemen the ousted leader who is or who the allies says he wants to see all sides
work towards mediation oh. i want the first step is a roadmap to stop the war stop the raids and put an end to the blockade the second step we say to the decision makers stop launching rockets at riyadh this is an initiative and after this we can meet geneva kuwait or amman we are ready for that . i mean a car bomb has exploded outside the finance ministry offices of yemen's southern port city of adam at least four people have been killed i still claim responsibility for the blast. an island in greece which is struggling to look after an ever increasing number of refugees is being described as the guantanamo bay of europe thousands of refugees stuck on the island of lesbos face a harsh winter as john holl reports greek government leaders are complaining of a lack of help from the european union. on the aegean island of lance bass the evenings have turned cold most of the roughly ten thousand refugees and migrants
stuck on the island live in the bleak confines of moriah camp no matter what no. no food no food food no good. moria is stretched way beyond capacity it's occupants come from a dozen countries it's a prison it's not like a prison but to prison because you don't go nowhere. i don't know. what. inside this heavily fortified former army barracks families live rough. children breathe in daily lungfuls of wood smoke and bed down with no more than a sheet of tarpaulin to protect them from the hard. knocks say tent for children cannot even hear my son see in hospital and cannot mistake in tent this there is not so why not some variables die. some two of
those in what is called die. they are free to come and go but cannot leave the island a deal struck between the e.u. and turkey last year to halt the flow of refugees to europe has left the greek government with the heavy burden of looking after those caught in the middle this is an extraordinary situation for people to find themselves in it is as if they have just literally escaped war or some awful disaster but this is a permanent camp many of them have been here for months and months in the care of an european government it feels more like a government that couldn't care less only the ministry only the minister the gov exist of course is a government case or to make it that they make a case that the government. stop rossmiller younis works with volunteers and the
island's municipality running a very different kind of camp it's also stretched beyond capacity but here people smile children sing songs and go to school it's everything the greek government's response to this crisis is not. in the hills above morea three young men from book you know fast food look down on what the island's mayor has called europe's guantanamo bay if this is safety and freedom they must be starting to wonder why they came don't know how al-jazeera lesbos greece or barneys international airport has now reopened after ash from a rumbling volcano drifted further away tens of thousands of tourists have been stranded on the indonesian resort islands where options have kept the airport shut for nearly three days ashen smoke from mt have reached more than seven and a half kilometers scientists say it is hard to know if this level of activity will
carry on for weeks or whether there will be a major eruption stassen gives us an idea of how island locals are dealing with the situation. this is twelve kilometers from the top of mt argo this is still considered a safe area that's why families from villages closer to the crater five kilometers from the top have taken refuge here but as you can see during the day there's hardly anyone here most of the men have gone back to the top despite instructions by the government and also risking their lives mainly because they have to take care of their animals i'm going to ask if you want to hear if she's not worried her husband is so close in the danger zone a very close to the crater of a man a fire and able from e.m.i. to be a passing around what delia. the picking up an image of the people. that . you become an image and she says she's very worried but her husband has
a lot of choice because he has to take care of the animals and this is a situation the government is facing right now two months ago they instructed everyone to leave because at that time the alert level was already raised more than one hundred thousand people then left their houses and came down the mountain didn't interrupt so many people had to go back to their houses and now it seems many are reluctant to leave again well everyone is watching mount are going very very closely and it's now completely covered in klaus scientists say they have detected tremors which could indicate a major eruption is about to happen any time soon although nobody can predict exactly when in one nine hundred sixty three mount argo erupted explosively killing up to fifteen hundred people and that happened just one month after the volcano started to massively erupt ash clouds and rocks similar to what is happening right now.
this is al jazeera these are the top stories north koreans have celebrated the launch of what may be their most powerful ballistic missile yet state t.v. sarah can strike anywhere in the united states and the north can finally declare itself a nuclear state the u.n. security council is due to me later on wednesday. court proceedings in the appeal case of six bosnian cryos convicted of war crimes have been suspended. i am not a war criminal what i have just thought was poison. one of them has drank a substance which he says is a poison the atrocities were committed in the early one nine hundred ninety s. as the former yugoslavia was breaking apart for the second day in a row pope francis of voided using the name of myanmar's persecuted minority he preached a message of forgiveness in his first public mass in myanmar's largest city yang on
a crowd of one hundred fifty thousand people turned out to see the pontiff in the predominantly buddhist nation egypt's president added to his sisi says he is giving army and police forces three months to end all attacks in the sinai peninsula says deadline comes almost a week after the killing of at least three hundred five people who had gathered at a mosque for friday prayers it was the deadliest attack in egypt's modern history the military has already started bombing targets as part of cc's pledge to punish the attackers the u.k. is reportedly close to reaching a deal on the so-called briggs it divorce deal a key sticking point in the goshi ations to leave the european union british media were reporting the u.k. will shell out around sixty five billion dollars to settle its unpaid debts the e.u. was refusing to discuss post breaks it trade options until the details of the bill were known british prime minister and the european commission president are due to
meet again next monday bali's international airport has now reopened as ash from a rumbling volcano has shifted away tens of thousands of tourists were stranded on the indonesian resort island where russians have kept the airport shut for nearly three days does the headlines you're out today we're back with more after inside story. controversy in greece over an arms deal to saudi arabia the government of prime minister alexis truss is accused of failing to follow proper procedures but how is the weapons trade regulated and is this to speed has it been a.