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feminist right. ahead of her time. so why do this story and in such tragedy. there won't expose the life and why of maisie at this time on al-jazeera. u.s. president donald trump has said he will slap new charis on imports of steel and alum a new process five gene will mean fossil data types but it's ten times faster than fourteen we bring you the stories that are shaping the economic world we live in counting the cost of this time zero. another resignation at the white house national security adviser h.r. mcmaster will be replaced by john bolton.
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and michele kerry this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up. it is the largest deficit of any country in the history of our world it's out of control truck slaps tariffs on china worth sixty billion dollars and beijing is valid to hit back plus aren't unique and been going on long growing. the documents show just how far saudi arabia will go to establish influence in the white house. in the palestinian teenager has become a symbol of resistance to israeli occupation strikes a plea deal with prosecutors. first national security adviser charging master has resigned from the top administration will be replaced by john. bolton who also advised george w.
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bush on foreign policy issues master replaced michael flynn fourteen months ago but also him as a so-called hawk who is previously advocated the use of military force against iran and north korea as has become the custom for trucks major personnel and policy decisions he made the announcement on twitter this is what he tweeted i'm pleased to announce that effective night of april john bolton will be my new national security adviser i am very thankful for the service of general h.r. but master who has done an outstanding job i'm always remain my friend emily howell could has more now on a chopping master's time with the trump administration general h.r. mcmaster will become the national security advisor he arrived at a tumultuous time just a month into his presidency trump had fired national security advisor michael flynn for lying to the vice president over his conversations with the russians it is both diplomacy and sanctions working together but it wasn't long before make master was
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enveloped in his own controversy within months of his hiring many trump supporters wanted mcmaster out after reports surfaced he renew the security clearance of president barack obama's national security advisor susan rice they also blamed him for leaked white house conversations with world leaders even starting a hash tag fire mcmaster. although trump stood by his national security adviser publicly privately he reportedly clashed with the army general who didn't like trump's and disciplined style of governing but it was a comment at a security summit in germany in february that many believe was the beginning of the end following a department of justice indictment of thirteen russian nationals accused of interfering in the twenty sixteen u.s. election macmaster said this and as you can see with. f.b.i.
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indictment of the evidence is now really incontrovertible and available in the public domain was reportedly livid tweeting that mcmaster forgot to add the results of the two thousand and sixteen election were not impacted or changed by the russians was secretary of state rex tillerson was fired and social media speculation began that mcmaster would be the next to go i'm really at a point where we're getting very close to having regard for other things that are wrong twenty years ago a charming master wrote a book called dereliction of duty about how military generals failed to stand up to presidents during the vietnam war many believe it is this approach that cost vaster his job after futile efforts to constrain the president kimberly hellcat al-jazeera washington. john bolton has served under several republican administrations getting a reputation as
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a hawk he has regularly appeared on television advocating hardline policies bolton's argue for military action against a number of u.s. adversaries including north korea and wants the white house to take a strong stance against russia and in two thousand and fifteen york times opinion column the call for air strikes against nuclear facilities in iran is also written forwards for books by a noted anti muslim american authors and while working in the second bush administration he was accused of manipulating intelligence reports he said saddam was saying he developed weapons of mass destruction in iraq a claim that was clearly proven later to be true for spine is a former u.s. associate deputy attorney general who joins us live from washington d.c. bruce thank you very much so let's pick up on that point john bolton was one of the loudest voices advocating for a war that was later clearly proven to be a case built upon a false premises right what does that say about the fact that he still appears to have credibility in some circles and particularly how are at
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a time that the middle east is so unstable how is he going to be perceived in the middle east. well i don't think you'll be welcome except in the eyes of israel mr bolton was supporting airstrikes against iran well before two thousand and fifteen in the administration of george bush and mr bolton didn't see a war they didn't like you know when he was at the united nations as an acting ambassador there because he couldn't get confirmed by the senate he said you know diplomacy is useless it could might as well float out into the sea and sink i think what we can see is an escalation of tensions we have in the near future a decision by mr trump as to whether or not to continue to comply with the agreement with iran and other countries with restricting its nuclear ambitions and with mr bolton there is likely that will be capsized i remember that earlier on mr
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bolton interviewed mr trump for being deputy secretary of state under mr tillerson and mr tillotson said no and mr bannon who was the last voice in the trump administration who had any sense of restraint on our military projection of force is now gone and he was the one who killed the bolton nomination to be deputy secretary of state and i think that with mr bolton now taking the national security adviser we're just going to have one policy which is going to be confronted everywhere at all places and all times and diplomacy is going to. say that with the . talks assuming they happen are at that meeting between north korea and the u.s. supposedly a few weeks away what kind of influence do you think john bolton will have over that process. well it may well be that there are no talks that there are no agreement says to the venue or to the circumstances in which verification of any
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kind of restriction on the nuclear program of north korea occurs it may all fall apart and mr bolton i'm sure is against having the meeting whatsoever and when mr trump just the other day said he anticipates a meeting with vladimir putin the president of russia that's likely also in my judgment to be shipwrecked he does not believe in negotiation you know he only has one strategy so we're bombing in news force and threats over she did bring up russia and that is at least one topic or it seems that that john bolton and donald trump might not be on the same page john bolton hans been a very harsh critic of russia donald trump has not how do you think those two things will be reconciled well i don't know that they can be reconciled although it's true that mr trump verb has been sympathetic to mr putin and nevertheless he's armed the ukrainians to oppose the british and i mean the russian incursion there
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he's pronounced a trillion dollar upgrade in our nuclear arsenal he's continued to be old in anti-missile system in eastern europe in supporting increased troop levels in the baltic states so he hasn't actually done anything that tried to diminish the confrontation that's now is being resurrected as though we're in another cold will my belief is now he is going to say i do think that. i was going to i believe that mr bolton is going to take us back to the cold war era and mr trump i think is just going to decide he may say nice things about mr putin but i believe that he will not be able to resist mr bolton in what i call the military industrial complex insistence that they thrive in a cold war atmosphere and that's what we're going to get all right first fine thank you so much for joining us we appreciate it beijing is hit back at the u.s. president's order to impose sixty billion dollars worth of tariffs on chinese
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imports it's planning tariffs on three billion dollars worth of american products including pork and steel trump said on thursday the deficit with beijing was out of control and called for reciprocal trade agreements trading in u.s. an asian stocks has been volatile because of fears have an all out trade war some people call it a mirror tariff or a mirror tax just use the word reciprocal if they charge us we charge them the same thing that's true it's got to be that's not the way it is for many many years for many decades it has not been that way and i will say the people we negotiated with smilingly they really agree with us i really believe they cannot believe they've gotten away with this for so long or how as an independent analyst and author of the book read capitalism the fragile financial foundations of china's extraordinary rise he joins us live from singapore and we appreciate it so.
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president said a lot there he said that if they charge us this week charge them that back and forth is that too simple a way to look at the way the world economy works. i think that's the trouble isn't it you know if you're going to charge five and they're going to charge five then what's the point of charging five a tall old just goes out in the wash what he has done though he has and we knew he was going to do this is just about a year later than everyone thought he has very much spotlight on china and the feeling that china has abused a lot of the trade practices and the have not followed through in their opening and i've been very unfair as a partner to not just america but to other cars he had their point so i think this is the wrong approach he's taking but he is there's a fundamental problem i think he does i think he does have a fair point many companies and many u.s. companies european is well over the past few years i've certainly said that access to china is becoming harder and harder over the past few decades access to china
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has you know has always been difficult especially in let's say financial sectors and the chinese seem to you know have insulated many of their say parts of that are calling me from foreign to foreign companies so he certainly has a point i think this is a rather blunt tool to try and address the and then of course the what is does he actually have an exit strategy it's all very well so of a lot of bluster and hard talk but does he have an exit strategy how do you anticipate this escalating things between the u.s. and china. well this is very difficult to tell of course because if it was is simply just two countries fighting out but that's not what's happening you're talking about global supply chains here to which china is very well integrated into and so it's not just china that suffering it isn't just chinese goods that are being bought you know a lot of people are going to suffer a lot of countries and companies are going to suffer here i would guess that the this is ultimately a negotiating tactic and what he's going to do is that he will put some type of
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some place you make a lot of noise and you'll basically try and fight for a better a better deal in ceratin is that you know global trade rules have been taken decades to form you're not revising them just overnight you know i think you may get the chinese may give them a few easy wins but i also don't believe the chinese are going to fold the tall they do need us technology they still need foreign money and the obviously you do buy things from the rest of the world but you know they don't lot stronger and richer than they were a decade or two decades ago and they're going to fight back as well what is the takeaway for from this that other countries may see and the way donald trump is handling this well i think this is you know donald trump is are is an unpredictable characters although he did talk about being harsh on china when he was getting elected you know we all expected this to happen soon after he became president last year and then last year was basically a bit of a you know a wait screw when it came to china he was all buddy buddy was she jinping in this
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didn't come through but he is prepared to take some pretty bold actions and certainly make a lot of noise and a lot of trouble in the short term the question is is he actually a rational actor who will be able to follow through and have an exit strategy the trade can continue because trade wars are not beneficial for anybody but he is and he does have a fair point right fraser alley thank you very much for joining us from singapore thank you very much. still ahead on al-jazeera. place in south korea arrest of former president lee young over charges of corruption plus the poisoning of a former double agent and his daughter in the u.k. it's of the recall of a singer a new ambassador i'll tell you. hello
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watching al-jazeera let's recap the top stories for you right now u.s. national security advisor a charming master has resigned from the trump administration he was the president's second security advisor and replaced michael fled who was fired fourteen months ago will be replaced by john bolton who advised several republican presidents has advocated the use of military force against iran and north korea and while u.n. ambassador in the george w. bush administration bolton said that iraq had weapons of mass destruction a claim later proven untrue. china's responding to the us president's order imposing sixty billion dollars worth of tariffs on chinese imports trump says the move is needed to stop unfair competition from china's state labor khana me china
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now announced three billion dollars worth of retaliatory tariffs on u.s. products including work in steel. up to fifteen hundred fighters from the. rebel group in syria's eastern ghouta and at least six thousand of their family members have agreed to leave the enclave it follows an evacuation deal brokered by russia and the fighters in the town of harasta are expected to lay down their arms and relocate to opposition controlled live province meanwhile and at the province where those evacuation buses are heading at least forty two people have been killed after airstrikes hit a market near the border with turkey many were women and children activists say russian and government planes carried out that attack it is the last remaining province in syria under opposition control. a new batch of leaked documents appear to show saudi arabia's attempts to influence decisions by the chapel ministration ever merged as the country's crown prince continues his high profile visit to the us york times reports that mohammed and salman work with lobbyist to push the
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president on a truck into positions favoring saudi arabia and the u.a.e. alan fisher has more from washington d.c. . the latest high profile meeting for saudis crown prince sitting down with u.s. defense secretary james mattis at the pentagon aren't you need continuing on one in the wrong way round the crown prince was received at the white house at the start of his trip i've hundred twenty five million dollars that's peanuts for you here but newly leaked documents suggest he's been trying to influence president donald trump long before his visit began in the new york times says a lebanese american businessman george nida who's a political advisor to the effect of ruler of the u.a.e. what for more than a year to influence elliott brody a powerful member of the republican national committee nader is said to have offered broadly business deals on behalf of saudi arabia and the u.a.e. to try to exert influence over white house policy policies which advocated
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confrontational approaches towards iran and qatar brody denies the claims his spokesman accused hackers working for qatar for leaking the documents accusations qatar's government has the scribed as baseless a few look at the blockade and the prices the gulf the crisis started last year there is a context for this and it seems that those preparations produce this kind of a crisis because it was a trend that is a consistent a plan. you know supported by the two government dole governments financially supported by no they're in washington and this is alliances and led to all of this . it's suggested neither us broadly to push for the removal of secretary of state rex tillerson seen as too even handed in the coming g.c.c. dispute influencing a person like donald trump is a unique. to the people within the administration to members of congress to you know to his friends and advisers and also to foreign governments nobody really knows exactly you know how to how to get their way with this guy neither is
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currently assisting special counsel robert miller's investigation into possible foreign influence on the trump campaign and administration the report in the new york times comes as the crown prince continues his three week public relations blitz in the united states and we could then make some business leaders as well as top level executives from the tech and movie industries but there are no plans to face the media to answer allegations that the saudis on the united arab emirates use money and business deals to influence white house policy alan fischer al jazeera washington. is defense secretary james madison's urging saudi arabia's crown prince to help find a political solution to the war and yemen matters has been hosting as you've seen at the pentagon study arabia has a bombing campaign against iran back with the rebels in yemen since two thousand and fifteen we believe for the regular part of the solution here good vibe of united nations recognized government and we're going to end this war bottom line
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and we're going to get on to the terms of the people of yemen and also europe with a nation from the. demonstrators in the u.s. city of sacramento have delayed the start of an n.b.a. basketball game they're protesting the police shooting of an unarmed twenty two year old black man hundreds of protesters block the entrance to the stadium where the sacramento kings are due to play the atlanta hawks earlier they thought traffic after marching onto a freeway and rush hour police shot at least twenty times on sunday while in his grandmother's backyard police say they feared he had a gun when they confronted him it was only a cell phone. former south korean president lee myung bak has been arrested jailed and placed in solitary confinement the seventy six year old is facing corruption charges and it's clear he made the story evidence it's the latest in a series of scandals involving former leaders at the reports from seoul. he's yet
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another former south korean president accused of abusing power prosecutors arrived at lima bucks house in the middle of the night to arrest him over corruption allegations he denies the charges but in a written statement says he feels like he apologized to the south korean public as he faced prosecutors last week. when i stand before you with a tragic i offer my deepest apology to the people who are causing worry amid times when the economy is in hardship and the security situation on the korean peninsula is serious the charges against him include among other things bribery embezzle meant and tax evasion please accused of improperly receiving about ten million dollars from people and institutions including the country's spy agency as well as same song south korea's largest conglomerate corruption allegations were first made during the two thousand and seven election campaign despite that the popular former mayor of seoul won and became president the following year he faced challenges
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almost immediately with protests over american beef imports and later the killing of south koreans which was blamed on north korea after least served his five year term as president fellow conservative puck in hay was elected she was impeached and jailed last year a verdict in her corruption trial is expected next month. all of the seven former presidents who led south korea since one thousand nine hundred eighty have faced some form of corruption scandal either directly or because of allegations against their family members five including li and park have had to personally face prosecutors mass protests that led to parks impeachment seem to demonstrate support for powerful politicians to be held to account and a recent public opinion poll taken before least ends trial found almost eighty percent of south koreans want to stern punishment. a shared understanding is
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being created among the public and politicians the mechanisms should be built to check the. power to reason to believe and. i think it will improve one by one lee myung bak says he hopes to be the last south korean president to face this kind of prosecution kathy novak al jazeera so. debate has begun emperors' congress over whether to accept the president's resignation had republicans kay announced he was stepping down on wednesday ahead of an impeachment vote over corruption allegations prosecutors have asked a judge to prevent him from leaving the country is guaranteed presidential munity for prosecution until congress formally accept his resignation and the vice president martine sworn in to replace him or out of sanchez has the latest from lima. well these programs say they are you realize at the way that the president barack obama is game and they say it's a shameful thing for the country to the president that have promised to look at
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this very little and they're also furious that congressman they say that the political class is all corrupt and there was an old congress meant to leave the most in the ninety's we are angry at so much corruption in the country we don't agree with the president's resignation because now there is instability so if there's no president congressmen should also have to leave all the corrupt congressmen should go at them or said look we're fed up we're tired it's about time the people rise to make a new constitution to have new leaders. well forty nine percent of the rubio say they would like for both sides for a seat in the in mind so the president promiscuity how to take over the presidency and called for the general election and that is unlikely that will happen if you go to the base face a lot of these guys on his way to be a tool and he will be the running friday morning. european union is recalling its ambassador to moscow as diplomatic reprisals continue over
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the poisoning of a former double agent in the u.k. on march fourth earlier he was leaders meeting in brussels back britain's assessment that moscow was likely behind the poisoning of circus cripple isn't a military grade nerve agent in the u.k. forced twenty three russian diplomats to leave london in response to that incident . the palestinian teenage girl who was filmed kicking and slapping an israeli soldier in the occupied west bank as accepted a plea deal she'll be sentenced to eight months and prison inmate has met with her family and has more on why the teenager accepted the deal. he is relentless in campaigning on behalf of his daughter who will remain in jail until mid-summer as i say in the court and this court is in the got. the corn. is not just not just and it's but of the component of the kobe sion or the. it's for to banish the bonus to not deny and ninety nine bears and of the. prisoners are
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guilty. either to me became famous after a video showing her slapping and kicking an israeli soldier went viral around the world she became a hero among palestinians but was vilified in israel here was a teenage girl who had publicly humiliated the army and deserved the harshest of punishments and even when handcuffed and shackled she continued to show strength of character saying defiantly in court there is no justice under occupation after entering a plea bargain added to me was sentenced to eight months in prison and fined about a thousand five hundred dollars. there are about three hundred minors currently held in israeli jails and who like other to mimi had to appear in front of a military court most had to also enter a plea bargain to reduce their sentence or else face long term detention case is
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exceptional because it has attracted international attention but it's no different from other cases there's no trial because because this process happens the way. the balance is remand this is what ends the deal once that happens the next step would typically be the plea bargain once the plea bargain is there it means that the role of the court is minimized to actually just approving the plea bargain and that's what happens almost all of the time the human rights organization but salim says the conviction rate for palestinians in. military courts is almost one hundred percent bassam to me is worried about his daughter and her mother in jail even there is a certain pride about the impact her case has its brokenness to die about what the by the stadium is because they show about esteem and as. men hold in.
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order making side will bring order to have a life but they see young blonde the blue. with him and with his hand slapped the synthol image over the bow out of the which is of me added to me also received three years suspended since it's but if the aim of her detention is to intimidate young palestinians it seems that she has only inspired many more to stand up against the occupation but others have meet al-jazeera in the occupied west bank. take out the headlines on al-jazeera and u.s. national security adviser a charming master has resigned from the trumpet ministration he was the president's second security advisor and replaced michael flynn who was fired fourteen months
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ago will be replaced by john bolton who has advised several republican presidents he has advocated the use of military force against iran and north korea and while u.n. ambassador and the george bush administration bolton said iraq had weapons of mass destruction a claim later proven untrue meanwhile chops keep personal lawyer is also resigning john dowd a supportively class for the president over his handling of the probe under way by u.s. special counsel robert muller he is investigating possible russian interference in the two thousand and sixteen presidential election. china's responding to the u.s. president's order imposing sixty billion dollars worth of tariffs on chinese exports trump says the move is needed to stop unfair competition from china's state led economy china now announced three billion dollars worth of retaliatory tariffs on u.s. products including pork and steel some people call it a mirror tariff or
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a mere attacks just use the word reciprocal if they charge us we charge them the same thing that's true it's got to be that's not the way it is for many many years for many decades it has not been that way and i will say the people we're negotiating with smilingly they really agree with us i really believe they cannot believe they've gotten away with this for so long european union is recalling its embassador to moscow as diplomatic reprisals continue over the poisoning of a former double agent in the u.k. on march fourth earlier in the leaders' meeting in brussels back britain's assessment that moscow was likely behind the poisoning of surface cripple using a military grade nerve agent the u.k. force twenty three russian diplomats to leave london and response to the incident former south korean president lee myung has been arrested jailed and placed in solitary confinement the seventy six year old is facing a number of corruption charges and authorities fear he would destroy evidence. and
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