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it's a warm welcome to the news hour russia's president vladimir putin has ordered a daily cease fire in east and in syria and a humanitarian corridor to allow civilians to leave his defense minister says the ceasefire will run from nine am until two pm another twenty six people have been killed on monday in the rebel held on cave near damascus despite a u.n. resolution calling for a truce across the country want to say one government is strike killed a family of nine well on sunday syrian troops launched a ground assault entering the own cleaved through three towns who rushed the how also were here and share food media and that last time has reportedly been attacked using chlorine gas well some of the of a joins us now from turkey southern border with syria hi there osama so this is six far the polls infighting that we're going to see daily how effective can we imagine these might be given that we've seen this pattern before in the conflict.
well it depends on who you speak to more developments coming out of russia in the last couple of minutes we've been hearing from the russian state agency that people who have been injured and wounded be evacuated during this cease fire this pause that is going to continue from nine in the morning till two in the afternoon in eastern. russia's president ordered this cease fire in just to give you recap what has been happening in the last forty eight hours the united nations security council. agreeing to a thirty day cease fire on saturday on sunday we heard. talk to the russian president to try and persuade him to speak to the government and that seems to be what has happened that. a humanitarian pause but what we don't get from this is that how is this pause going to help the people who are on the ground because so far the details are that it will allow people to leave and there will be a safeguard for people to exit it does not talk about how will aid be reaching
these four hundred thousand people who are in dire. condition and in dire need of not just food aid but medical aid some of them have been telling us what are they facing. if civilians in the besieged areas continue in. their desks amongst children and women. everywhere. including residential areas. schools and civil defense centers. is it only arrives during a short time period while death continues we don't want i eat we want to see. bloodshed and the massacres committed against women and children in the east. so we're hearing a little bit more there about the current situation on the ground what else do we know. because there is no ceasefire
in eastern see more attacks today more than thirty attacks have been reported air strikes artillery shells and other charges that charges that have been dropped on areas including residential buildings more than twenty five people have been killed and people have been fast running out of basic essentials we heard pleas from medics saying that there were people who will be stranded in basements for forty eight hours before medics which aid workers could reach them and give them some food and it is a very desperate situation on the ground in the last twenty four hours the latest development is the ground offensive that has been launched by the syrian government in this report. one of the front lines in eastern opposition fighters say they are rebelling attempts by pro syrian government forces to storm the besieged and. rebel saying they killed
dozens of soldiers the ground offensive began on sunday just hours after the u.n. security council agreed to a cease fire throughout. that since then there has been no letup in the war the intensity of the airstrikes and the shelling appears to have dropped when compared to the relentless bombing campaign during the first week of the assault but civilians continue to die those who are able to find underground shelter avoid going outside more than five hundred people have already been killed children and women among them. refers to the any god give me patience to face this tragedy my children are scattered here and there my son lost three kids such awful memories imo i am blind i lost my house six days ago i have nothing at all i have been here for six days there is no food and water we are living in tal. chlorine gas has also. activists and medics
a victim suffered breathing problems. today we have more than thirty dozens of launching of chemical weapons. we don't know what they. don't care about un council decisions. and use chemical weapons against us pro-government forces have been accused of using chemical weapons in the past especially when they want to clear an area to allow their forces to. the syrian government. military. terrorists. and. the russian sponsored talks. but there are also a few hundred. fighters a group. the opposition says.
are ready to leave but the pro-government alliance wants all rebel factions to surrender there are thousands of fighters in eastern and between three hundred to four hundred thousand civilians says the u.n. . be with us where's the ceasefire the airstrikes haven't stopped we've been going through this for the past week no food no water the kremlin says the people are being held hostage but the fighters and their families are also the people of this damascus suburb surrendering. placement to another. area and never returning home. and what is not clear in all of this reporting and what we've been seeing is the is the suffering of the people on the ground temperatures have been dropping it's very very cold they can't go out and get blankets from their homes because it doesn't stop the bombing doesn't stop people are living in humid
conditions underground where that's where the temperature drops a few more degrees people who we've been speaking to since this announcement by russia say that they don't think that this is the solution they don't think that russia is abiding by the cease fire agreement that it agreed to at the united nations security council and they just don't know where will they go if this humanitarian corridor opens at nine am tomorrow morning bunch of it there live guys and have someone to. go home on the sorry is a seven filmmaker living currently in east and go to and he joins me now via skype at home and thanks very much for joining us can you tell us what it's like at the moment whether the cease fire as it's been called has made any difference. that's actually people still. having the same. direction as the.
last fifty people so far. a lot of injured people in hospital. people. can't for the. president to get any food. in the past few days we say there are. now all are destroyed because the city. been destroyed not because that's the. last. people in need. such intention of. the destruction still the same. when we talk about leaving the city because this is what the russians say the pricing is. do.
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yes. your question. so much harlow joining us from inside the who who months i. think you. already are the u.n. secretary general used his opening address at the human rights council to call for an immediate cease fire in eastern guta the war in syria took center stage on the first day of high level discussions which are being held over the next four weeks they would take to have more from geneva. the u.n. secretary general antonio terrace used his opening address to demand the immediate implementation of the cease fire in syria as the news came in of continued government attacks against the rebel held suburb of damascus is than good cannot wait it's high time to stop these health on her death and that remind all parties of their absolute obligation an international humanitarian and
human rights law to protect civilians and civilian infrastructure at all times and similarly efforts to combat terrorism do not supersede these obligations the outgoing human rights high commissioner for the un as i had herad al hussein said he wished to be blunt about where the blame for what he called the slaughter house is really lay the responsibility for the continuation of so much pain lies with the five permanent members of the un security council so long as the veto is used by them to block any unity of action when it is needed the most when it could reduce the extreme suffering of innocent people then it is they the permanent members who must answer before the victims reforms to the system already being backed by two out of the five permanent members by france and the united kingdom
the high commissioner said it is time for the love of mercy for russia china and the united states to join them and stop the punishes use of the veto as the world celebrates the seventieth anniversary of the universal declaration of human rights the high commissioner said it was the worst offenders disregard and contempt for human rights which will be the eventual undoing of us all david chaytor al jazeera geneva. french president manuel mccollum has told his turkish counterpart that the u.n. call for a cease fire across syria must also apply to the afridi region sarky launched an offensive against the kurdish y p g there last month ancora considers the y. p.g. terrorists deployed further special forces to a free a monday on sunday turkey welcomed the un resolution calling for the ceasefire but said it wouldn't affect its campaign in a free well it took days of negotiations for the un security council to reach any
agreement on the syrian cease fire and the other similar wrangling over a resolution on yemen let's go live to a diplomatic editor james at the u.n. for us in new york hi there james so what are they saying there about the cease fire currently in eastern guta and what else is happening in yemen at the u.n. . well there's a great deal of unhappiness about the situation with regard to syria because remember after days of wrangling and negotiations here at the security council they finally on saturday afternoon new york time did pass a resolution but of course the fighting has not stopped and i think what's added to the anger is the suggestion from president putin that there can be now a five hour pause in syria each day and other security council members are saying well no we agreed for a continuous pause starting now and if you can enforce a five hour pause why aren't you doing what is international law cause the
resolution of the security council and imposing a twenty four hour pause from now the acting u.k. ambassador jonathan allen said that the russians were playing cynical games the response from the united nations from the spokesman for the secretary general use or speaking in david's report five hours is better the no hours but they would like a continued cease fire interesting again of course the wrangling is among the security council members but particularly as david focused on among those five veto wielding members teams is there live from the u.n. james thank you coming up on the news hour. war of words so over the war of words has broken out so with the u.a.e. accused of trying to fragment the country.
to tell you all sponsored this protest in the south korean capital seoul. city not known for its snow in a country not renowned for its interest in winter sport is getting ready to host the next olympics. u.n. agencies say food insecurity in south sudan has reached a unprecedented levels more than sixty percent of the population is at risk of starvation by july well displacement due to ongoing violence and a weak economy has contributed to the crisis have been morgan reports from the capital juba barely able to stand and to think. that's what john told the doctors when she brought in her two year old son go in for a check up but she cannot hide her grief when asked why he was in bad condition. we have no food in the house i plan to because of greens but that's not enough and
we can't afford to buy food from the market every day sometimes we eat one meal sometimes we don't eat doctors think. and it's not alone the u.n. children's organization unicef says more than one point three million children are at risk of being malnourished by july if not given assistance. son philip is one of them. i brought my child here because he hasn't gotten proper food for so long that the little food we do get he can't eat it and we can't afford regular meals. africa stand as nation has been its war for more than four years infighting between rival groups has claimed thousands of lives and displaced a quarter of the twelve million population it's also resulted in what the u.n. calls an unprecedented level of food insecurity as much as it is hard for those here in the capital juba to get through the situation is worse for millions of others around the country who have no access to markets and rely on aid to survive
that total is rising the u.n. says six point three million or fifty seven percent of the population is a trick of starvation by april and the u.n. says one hundred fifty five thousand people are at risk of being classified as an catastrophic things of food insecurity by july it is serious and that is why we are seeing and less drastic measures to can by the unitarian actus in this situation is likely to form but from last year we have an increase of food into fuel and food insecurity forty forty percent so if you compare last year with this year is so to do better but the u.n. says without an end to the conflict it will be hard to fight against the hunger as long as you have to concede continuing people will not feel secure in their own being and where they are and without that you don't have them actually producing food and i could be contributing to the food needs of what our imperatives i should maintain lactase is to look at now the people who are in need and make sure we get
the resources to provide them the assistance that any needs that keep increasing day by day with adults and children at risk of starving to death and there are millions people morgan al-jazeera juba. three c. male nobel peace prize winners of called aung san suu kyi to speak out about violence against range of muslims in the in march warning this year risks prosecution for genocide the women are visiting range of refugee camps in bangladesh have told their fellow nobel laureate to wake up to the atrocities facing the minority group the law doesn't recognize the written and has the violence in rakhine state on terrorists who are at mcguire is one of the peace prize winners visiting cox's for zone. the genocidal chore chair murder of anger people and the world has to do something to stop what so that's what but also we want to tear the burmese government to the international.
to me expand my point above what i would like to go into burma diverted our sister laura to ask her sister lauria to go to the villages where the people and their mostly been been destroyed the evidence of the other side is being well covered as we speak and i would like things you're pumping out to the villages. of people who actually had knowledge there you are you remember right to life. for the right to be massacred you kill like us says korea is pushing the ball to us in north korea to compromise so direct talks can go ahead soon but the white house remains resolute that any meeting must lead to pyongyang ending its nuclear program and also general visiting says korea has repeatedly expressed his country's readiness for discussions with the u.s. kim young chills presence has been met by protests. the teachers have returned to
work nearly two weeks after a shooting at a school in florida they were greeted by supporters eyesight marjorie stone and douglas high school in parkland seventeen people were killed on february the fourteenth when a gunman entered the school and opened fire and one thousand year old former student has been charged with the shooting president trump has been meeting governess from around the u.s. with school safety at the top of the agenda let's get more from our white house correspondent kimberly how so what have we heard from that meeting kimberly. well the president has been holding a number of listening sessions this is a meeting of the governors around the united states here at the white house talking about the issue of school safety gun violence and how they can prevent a tragedy like we saw in florida in their own state there certainly is an indication the president feels a sense of urgency about this in terms of trying to put in place measures perhaps
like an age restriction on purchasing a firearm ending the sale of bump stocks that don't increase the accuracy of a gun but certainly its firepower and certainly there was a lot of receptive support for the president's efforts and measures but at the same time donald trump being donald trump he managed to make news within this serious discussion particularly when he began to criticize the school resource officer that has been criticized for not going in to try and stop the gunman in florida the president has criticized him but also now the president making news saying that he would have had the opposite reaction of that police officer who was posted outside the school as those shots were being fired i got to watch some deputy sheriffs performing this week and they weren't exactly. medal of honor winners all right the way they performed was frankly disgusting they were listening to what was going on
the one in particular he was then he was early then you had three others that probably a similar deal little bit later but a similar kind of a thing you know i really believe you don't know until you test it but i think i really believe i'd run into even if i didn't have a weapon and i think most of the people in this room would have done that too because i know most of you but the way they performed was it was really a disgrace. so many people horrified by the president's comments suggesting that he would have gone in to stop the shooter unlike the actions of that officer that was posted outside many people also fighting be comments by the president rather amusing even concerning given the fact that it is well known he took very strong efforts to avoid being drafted and doing
any sort of military service in the years of the vietnam war at kimberley not until the u.s. supreme court has dealt a blow to president today insisting that he must keep these protections that he's trying to end for immigrants that can you tell us what end. yeah essentially what happened here is the supreme court said we're not going to listen to this case you're going to have to pursue it in the lower courts that have already ruled against the trumpet ministrations efforts to end a program known as dock of us deferred action for childhood arrivals was put in place by barack obama essentially it allows hundreds of thousands of children now adults in the most cases who have grown up in the united states were brought here illegally and if they're living without status of need to status to work need that status to go to school so louis president isn't in that program and those protections were running out march fifty directed congress to act congress has not
acted and essentially the trumpet mistress was not very happy that the federal court said he could not end this program so they took it to the supreme court hoping that it would rule in favor not only did it not rule the trumpet mr ations favor it said we're not going to listen to this case at all you're going to have to work through the appeals process at the federal court level so what this means is this case continues and in the interim those who are seeking protections don't have protections but at least know they won't be deported as of march fifth can have at their lives at the latest from the white house can be thank you still to come on the news our anger in the occupied west bank over israeli plans for settling land to speak cases save lake chad experts gather in nigeria to find ways to stop one of africa's most economically important lakes from trying. out in sport we'll tell you why the fans may be missing from monday night's game in germany's top only.
welcome back across the levant and western parts of asia still unsettled pictures massive cloud bring in some areas of rain and the high elevations some snow but it should largely clear away as we head through into chews day we've got to be fine conditions around the caspian sea further towards the west and still we still have some rain across northern parts of iraq the eastern side of the mediterranean weather conditions fairly quiet nothing special here temperatures eighteen degrees there in beirut you see some more rain moving across western parts of turkey then into robin pincher we've got to the risk of rain here in qatar during the course of choose day so just twenty three is a high into one but that could well be some heavy showers and i think through wednesday will find that risk of charity standing across the other gulf states to on the other side of the potential it should be fine with highs of thirty four
expected in mecca let's head across into southern parts of africa where it's looking quite lively in places that moment see a mass of cloud all way down through zambia through. and through towards mozambique and here would like to see further showers during the course of choose day heading south of through botswana we've lost most of the showers here fine across much of south africa twenty two in cape town and should be quite a warm present day in durban with highs of twenty eight. the story of one of the most successful p.r. campaigns in the us. study after study has demonstrated that israeli perspectives dominate american media coverage what part of this can you get through your thick head is hamas a terrorist organization the only thing that you're going to say is what we want and if you don't say it when i go let you speak it would be very hard for ordinary americans to know that they're being deceived the occupation of the american mind
at this time on al-jazeera we are going to mount the biggest a step in the month. decades activists in seats of government and we didn't want to be part of this institution and we really didn't want technologically challenging politics and implementing direct democracy open source code to use the freedom for everyone to look we are innovators we are activists we are to replicate. madrid at this time and i'm just you know. the mind of the top stories here on al-jazeera are since president has ordered
a daily cease fire and serious. and humanitarian corridors to civilians can be at least twenty six people were killed on monday in the rebel held on place despite a u.n. resolution calling for a nationwide race. to end agency say war displacement and economic crisis have pushed food insecurity in south sudan unprecedented levels of more than sixty percent of the population the risk of starvation in july. and three nobel peace prize winners have visited refugee camps about my desk there appealing to fair. no laureate aung sang suu chee to speak out by violence against the hinge of missteps in the unknown. diplomats of the united nations security council a currently negotiating on renewing targeted sanctions in yemen but now is also drafted a resolution condemning iran for violating an arms embargo by providing weapons to hooty rebels russia is proposing an alternative which just focuses on sanctions
saudi arabia says three of its soldiers have died in fighting with hooty weapons on its border with yemen and saudi led airstrike is also killed seven yemeni soldiers in a friendly fire incident on their base well this is a yemeni government minister has accused the u.a.e. of trying to fragment the country by creating regional tribal armies in the south. has the story on the lookout for al qaeda these fighters belong to the united arab emirates ship one elite forces they began patrolling the streets of the al macam district in eastern yemen all monday as part of operation decisive storm an initiative by the saudi led coalition which includes the u.a.e. to clear areas considered to be al qaeda strongholds at this media briefing a minister belonging to the internationally recognized government led by president abbott rebbie months or hardy agreed the reach of al qaeda is spreading he also criticized the u.a.e. accusing it of trying to fragment yemen by creating what he called separate
regional and tribal armies the rule of. the situation is very bad at all liberated areas particularly those in the south where there are tribal armies established and supported by the united arab emirates there are also provincial armies and there are gangs even al qaida is spreading there in large parts of the governor it has never been as present as it is right now. yemen has suffered almost three years of civil war the saudi led coalition is fighting iranian backed to the rebels who control large parts of the country the yemeni government now based in the southern port city of aden relies on the coalition's app power which is why criticisms of the u.a.e. by ministers has surprised. there's no question that the u.a.e. has a significant presence on the ground in yemen they're part of the saudi of a coalition and probably the second most important partner after the saudis that
being said i think generally speaking they continue to enjoy a significant amount of popular support and if you look at what the u.a.e. has been able to achieve in fighting terrorist groups like al-qaeda in the arabian peninsula with some of the groups that want to speak has thought about has been speaking about these groups have actually played a major role in pushing al qaeda out of key areas since the war began at least ten thousand yemenis have been killed the economy crippled and millions face famine and disease the u.n. says nearly old twenty five million people need some form of humanitarian assistance with close to half the population in acute need of support as the fighting is about to enter its fourth year if you have much hope of improvement any time soon victoria gates and be there are two more members of the egyptian military have been killed in violence in north east sinai well that brings to twenty nine the number of service personnel have died since the military launched its latest
campaign in the west of sinai region earlier this month most would say deaths came after an explosion followed by clashes near the rafah border crossing. israeli forces have arrested nineteen palestinians in the occupied west bank half of the arrest took place in the nabil salability northwest northeast of ramallah they included a palestinian teenager who was shot in the head with a robot rubber coated steel bullets last december israeli security forces say they arrested due to an increase in violence in the area to a government ministers have advanced a bill that would allow land disputes in the occupied west bank to be settled by a district court rather than being considered by the high court well the proposed change follows several high court rulings against said close palestinians view the proposed changes part of a wider proceso gradual annexation imposes israeli jewish stiction over occupied arafat's reports from west to receive them. israeli students hit the books
in the university library by the looks of it it could be anywhere in israel but it's not this is a real university in one of the largest illegal settlements in the occupied west bank settlement universities have until now been governed by a specific body earlier this month israeli m.p.'s passed a law bringing the universities under the auspices of israel's national high educational forty for palestinians it's another step in normalizing news really presence in the occupied territory part of a longer term program of an exception the university's chancellor sees it differently two states solution is go going to work we are in two thirds of corporate vision we seem to be reading this you will see it helps both jews and palestinians and it is. one of the elements that can support is a longer range peace solution the university measure is one of several seen as
expanding domestic israeli law into occupied land on sunday israeli ministers advanced a bill which would allow land disputes to be settled in district rather than high court the high court has a recent record of ruling in favor of palestinian claimants over settlers another bill which would impose full israeli law in the settlements essentially an exciting them to israel proper has for now been put on ice by israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu is really gotten into the stage of trying to find legitimizing processes such as emblem applying israeli law to two colonial settlements in the west bank which is by resume and two for two illegal by all international law forms is illegal jerusalem is at the heart of another stalled piece of legislation which would bring illegal settlements ring the city under the jurisdiction of the municipal government for now the israeli prime minister is holding off on advancing
that bill as well reportedly citing u.s. pressure ahead of the unveiling of the trump peace plan but the sheer number of proposals that could be or are heading for a vote at the israeli parliament the knesset has palestinians worried that the land that they want for their future state is being an expert in exile oblique piece by piece are a force that al-jazeera westerners live in nigeria many say they are too frightened to go back to the school in the northeast of the country where armed men seized one hundred ten girls in a way last week on monday the government admitted for the first time that the girls were kidnapped classes have resumed at the school in debt she village after the attack suspected to have been carried out by the bull called her. leaders from five central african countries are holding save lake chad talks to resolve the crisis surrounding the shrinking wetlands un has warned that malnutrition in surrounding villages is at a critical level due to the receding lake problem caused by factors such as climate change and over use of its resources or the abdel-hamid reports.
there was a time when the city of basra lay on an island surrounded by the waters of lake chad but over the past few decades life has dramatically changed you know. there was an island in the middle of the lake now we are ten kilometers away since one thousand nine hundred sixty six the lakes water has been receding it continues to dry up in the one nine hundred seventy s. every year more and more the lake is getting further away from us both so used to be thriving people lived on fishing farming and herding it was considered the warehouse of the deferred region where the borders of coming room child nigeria niger meet now it's a desolate city where people barely survive lake chad has shrunk by eighty percent over the past twenty five years and continues to recede ari mommy owns a red pepper farm known here as mango gold is very popular in both niger and
nigeria business used to be good. the chad lake is the backbone of the economy in this region people were self-sufficient and now we're facing dire problems and we need help if the lake dries up people will die out of hunger the area has been sealed for two years as a result of the war against boko haram. with the absence of rainfall in a drought prone region west african countries are looking for options to save the lake including transferring water from other sources but that needs funding and security both unavailable at the moment the rise in poverty has led to an increase in the popularity of boko haram in many places armed group has become the only employer feeding on a widespread feeling of hopelessness especially among young people. many of the flora and fauna species are now extinct people have lost their livelihoods and are now desperate this enables some of the terrorist groups to
attract the lakes residents to join their ranks and secure a source of income now the lack of security is hindering all efforts to save the lake working on many fronts but we need time. but time is running out aid organizations say the humanitarian crisis around the lake is among the most severe in the world about ten point seven million people are in urgent need of assistance or else will soon face famine people who have stayed here from generation to generation now left to wonder for how much longer will they be able to live on the land of their ancestors without that homey. germany's ruling christian democrat party has overwhelmingly approved and all the coalition deal with the social democrats at its party conference in berlin it means that and the market is a step closer to a fourth term as chancellor social democrats now have to approve the deal themselves the result of their postal vote will be enhanced next monday germany's
been in political limbo for five months since markel spotty last scran to the far right in the september election the mccain has been following events at the c.d.u. party conference berlin. further talks the conference is voted in favor of the grand coalition that the party leadership to go shares with the social democrats many weeks ago i surprising really given but only to speak to most of them anyway at this conference we're going to write the duty of the christian democratic union to govern in germany given the fact that it won first place in the elections in september it's a theme that angela merkel returned to in her speech the other delegates really in the room for saying that since our deep sense she feels her party has. the c.d.u. c.s.u. union wants a functioning state a state that's capable of acting in a reliable state part of being reliable is that the state handles the money of its citizens reasonably solid finances are the basis for this that the c.d.u. c.s.u.
union will stick with its clear principle no new debt no tax increases the public going to the macroeconomic convincing her talking there in conference which was it's funny because i wasn't talking with the others was this potential coalition government thank you very much we have to be thankful to work through it's a place where coalition really think there were three in the party vote coming next week i'm from the social democrats and the microwave very thankful right for me i want to have a condition that people for young for younger people basically thinking that the iowa caucus. if you are going. through and we were ready for her to have a basic thank you thank you been a few. democrats but the point after which the far right right here and right now what really matters were probably going forward was that they were going to. the u.k.
opposition leader says he wants a new deal with the european union retaining full access to the single market and staying within a customs union labor party leader jimmy corbin set out his priorities but set policy in a speech in the car manufacturing city of coventry it brings his party into line with many red bull m.p.'s from david ruling conservative party every country whether it's turkey switch a little norway that is geographically close the without being in the member state or some sort of close relationship with the. some more advantageous than others and britain will need a perspire negotiated relationship of its. budget areas of europe are being hit by freezing wintry weather strong winds of bringing cold air west from siberia the first major capital city in its path as moscow which is suffering its lowest temperatures of the year and that's with the start of spring literally weeks
away it's not a drop to minus twenty degrees celsius the russian capital will skin to c.s. in kosovo have been taking advantage of the freezing weather to have fun rates on their doorsteps the snow man ski club has been testing at the steep narrow streets of the capital pushed ina. and the italian capital will missing its first snowfall in six years they did to some rare and picturesque sites like the color c.m. and the trevi fountain covered in snow whilst at the vatican groups of priests pelted each other with snowballs chance in peter's square the snow crippled the city's train and bus services and the wintry weather is expected to last while we. still had only news our. paul. hopes of a homemade revival as the first time old film made in more than forty hits the screen. on a sports from spring king to west wing the same boat is getting ready to kick off
jason divisive bollywood superstar sridevi kapoor who died on saturday accidentally drowned in the bath after losing consciousness the fifty four year old actress was attending a family wedding when she died post-mortem contradicts initial reports that she died of cardiac arrest kapoor's career spanned fifty years and she starred in almost three hundred films in multiple d.n. languages. africa uses of the first tamil film to be made in sri lanka more than
forty years hoping it's the start of a whole made samuel's normally watch movies made in india because the local industry has been crippled by decades of war and the lack of experience movie makers and alpha man this reports from. but. with an original script a team comprising amateurs then professionals and a dream to take on a multi-million dollar industry. kings is the first full length tamil film to be made locally in more than four decades i had made a conscious decision not to you know not to get any indian technicians or anyone in this movie just to prove a point. i only went for sound mixing in and apart from that everything else has been done here and that's not been done before either in the film ratnam plays
a cash strapped london expectorate who travels here to attend the wedding to save money the family stays with relatives who have problems of their own the ensuing attempts to solve those problems produce hilarious results. the film which the director describes as a dark comedy is refreshing lee candid about some aspects of sri lanka's tamil community got inspired by mr. court where he says life is a tragedy but a comedy in long shot and i thought that was for me personally and also the life of my community so i thought. the film premiere was a hive of excitement as the community celebrated the achievement initial reaction as many streamed out of the screening was positive i enjoyed really much. the breakthrough just for the movies you treat argo this is all the more we buy our people far less so great because of the lack of industry professionals the director
had to use more than eighty percent of crew from well established and prolific single movie makers in sri lanka for years tamil film goers in sri lanka have watched south indian firms adored its actors sung its songs and adopted its fashions breaking into an industry dominated for so long by south indian cinema is no easy task but the team behind kamali kings seem determined to take on that challenge one of the main challenges is to create a unique style for sure one can time the cinema every year to establish oh and i did you. in terms of your job you have done but in cinema we haven't really takes a long time to get to cast. kings will be different things to different people but the director says it's a first step to finding an identity for sri lankan tamils cinema one that he hopes inspires others to contribute to its revival been
a philanderer as al-jazeera colombo now let's get all the day's sports news with andy. thank you so much julie well a new start but some familiar problems for former a former world champion fan and i will own side of the spaniard or losing a whale from his mclaren car on day one of pre-season testing in boss ally alonso is today starting a new engine partnership is a runner after three below par years with honda that sutanto to win a finishing fifteenth in the driver's standings last year with just say nine out of ten alonso was eventually able to get his car back on the track in this session after that setback. up to fifteen thousand brush it off and found the set to boycott the club's home game against al spurred which kicks off in the next hour german football fans are unhappy with games being moved to monday night's last monday on chart frankfurt supporters disrupted the start of a game by throwing tennis balls on the pitch a new t.v. contract for germany's top football league has seen games being played on
a monday for the first time now the man in charge of european football says video assistant referees won't speak used in next season's champions league for president alexander safran says he's yet to be fully convinced by the use of technology in helping referees to make a decisions. i think that. it will be broadly used and will go. we will not use the excuse of the region to speak. both of those who do not gaze. upon james says his cleveland cavaliers side are still in transition following another defeat this time against the san antonio spurs the cavaliers have lost two out of three games since the all-star break having overhauled their roster on trade deadline day with six departures and four signings and lower i've been through just so. you know it's going to be a transition period in recent games like us they will rip your play exceptionally
well maybe some games where we could have played better but one thing about all four of the from our tonight for washington the more of a loser. well the new orleans pelicans recorded their win in a right beating the milwaukee bucks storm and anthony davis hit twenty seven points with your holiday stops going with thirty six me one twenty three to one twenty one overtime win and i got the six best record in the west. tiger woods says expectations have gone up after finishing twelfth at the honda classic in florida fellow american justin summersby they released in a playoff to win back titles the second one of the season for him woods was briefly within striking distance of the leaders but a double bogey on the fifteenth ended his outside chances of a tall victory he's on the comeback trail again after a succession of long injury lay offs. now with the olympics in pyongyang over it the focus is already shifting to the next games in twenty twenty two
beijing will become the first city to stage both the summer and winter olympics the city not known for its snow in a country not renowned for its interest in winter sports adrian brown reports from charley in northeast china. china is a nation of production lines but here's another. children mostly going through their paces on slopes partially covered in artificial snow. the ski run is in the child lead a strict with some of the events in two thousand and twenty two will take place. the beginners include funk show high whose father brought her here from their home eight hours drive away. i really like skiing i know joy the fast beat when i go dallas slope it's so exciting and so much fun that fun will cost her father almost eight hundred dollars for two days including accommodation but it's worth it he says. it can be expensive if you want you really good at it but for some short term
fun it's affordable these skiers won't be in china's next squad for two thousand and twenty two but they are helping raise the profile of winter sports where a lympics success for the chinese remains elusive not so long ago skiing was regarded as a decadent unaffordable western pastime but among china's growing middle class the sport is becoming more popular encouraged to take to the slopes by the country's president president xi jinping has set a lofty goal for three hundred million more people to take up winter sports according to government figures the number of enthusiastic in two thousand and sixteen was less than eleven million. to help make skiing more accessible to the masses hundreds more resorts are being built the approach of the winter games is helping transform areas like chumley when a host spends half his day working down a nearby mine the rest managing
a ski rental shop he's had more than ten thousand customers since the season began four months ago. the government now considers winter sports important industry investors also see opportunities ski resorts in this area now generate more tax revenue than the gold mines. just under half the venue's for two thousand and twenty two are in the capital they include several used in the two thousand and eight summit games that have been repurposed for winter events. and unlike two thousand and eight chinese a limb pick officials may feel they have less to prove now than they did then. adrian brown al-jazeera incheon lee northeast china. and the sprinter who first established himself as an olympic superstar in beijing a decade ago has announced an impending career switch. just signed for
forty five know who it is going to use it for something very rare. try to sign bolts he was in south africa last month training with the mamelodi sundowns football team says he has signed for approach seem interested in the thirty one year old hasn't said if it will be in a playing capacity. and that is get back to chile in london. and the thank you now technology professionals from all over the globe are gathered in the spanish city of boston though for the tenth annual mobile world congress as the world's largest smartphone show well over the space of four days more than one hundred thousand industry professionals from two hundred eight nations are expected to attend five g. internet is dominating the event with manufacturers making highly anticipated announcement demonstrations of cutting edge five g. technology. topics at this year's mobile world congress are really running five g. the artificial intelligence annoyed the two coming together you know the five g. networks really creating
a platform the law use artificial intelligence to thrive you know the low latency the connectivity putting a remote computing into the claw each that can seamlessly really quickly interact with perhaps down machines like robots on the ground you can find much more about our stories at al-jazeera dot com that's it for me and the team here for the moment the marma mozzie will be back in just a second with much more. the scene for us where there are online what is a very new site in yemen that peace is always possible but it never happens not
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