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has a summit in beijing laid the groundwork for an unprecedented meeting between the u.s. and north korean leaders. alonzo raman you're watching al-jazeera live my headquarters here in there are also coming up in control of northern syrian town of a freend turkish forces prepared to move east towards monday each. also council and politicians prepare for a new confrontation with the traders the region's former leaders remain in custody in germany. and australia's disgraced cricketers steve smith and david warner are banned from playing for twelve months for their part in the ball tampering scandal .
welcome to the program north korea's leader has met china's president on his first foreign trip since taking power seven years ago kim jong un's secretive meeting for the first time we've xi jinping was revealed after it happened chinese state media reports kim saying that he's open to giving up his nuclear program his all china correspondent adrian brown with the latest from beijing. and so he was here after a. chinese state controlled media waited until kim jong un was back home before confirming what officials had tried so hard to deny just a day earlier in the great hall of the people kim jong un and his wife were welcomed like old friends by president xi jinping. a brief greeting in korean was the only time kim's voice was heard. appearance is important at times like this kim looked like an old style communist leader where is she opted for
a business suit. the wives of both men were present during most of the photo opportunities. this visit was powerful symbolism for both men but especially for president xi now the first world leader to meet kim and a reminder that china still holds sway over its neighbor and ally. it's not clear what motivated kim jong un to come to beijing now and whether he was offered any incentive to do so but china remains north korea's only ally so it's fair to assume the president she might have wanted to know what kim's negotiating strategy will be during the summit is expected to hold with president trump it's a visit that would have seemed unimaginable just a few months ago when a chill in relations deepened over kim's refusal to halt the development of his nuclear weapons and long range missiles at an exhibition showcasing some of china's technological achievements the message appeared to be we can help you with all of
this if you behave china's leaders are fond of metaphors at a lavish banquet she told his guest that in the beautiful season of spring everything comes to life kim replied with another metaphor i believe our meeting will yield abundant fruit that could mean making good on his commitment to give up nuclear weapons what the fruits of spring were apparent in the garden of the state guest house where friendship also seemed to blossom she accepted an invitation to visit north korea and told kim he was welcome to visit china now and then the visitors left happy adrian brown al-jazeera beijing. now the u.s. president has weighed in on kim jong un's visit to china they're saying and we quote received a message last night from xi jinping of china that his meeting with kim jong un went very well and that kim looks forward to his meeting with me in the meantime
and unfortunately maximum sanctions and pressure must be maintained at all cost that said the situation on the korean peninsula has changed rapidly over the past year north korea conducted its sixth nuclear bomb test and launched intercontinental ballistic missiles over japan the us president and north korean leader exchange angry rhetoric trump promised fire and fury or kim threatened attacks on u.s. territory but then there was an apparent olive branch kim's new year's speech over talks with the south and participation in the twenty eighteen winter olympics delegation including his sister kim jong traveled across the demilitarized zone and this helped set up plans meetings between the north and south with pyongyang and washington now kim has made his secretive visit to beijing it's his first time out of the country as we said since taking power in two thousand and eleven now robert kelly is an associate professor in the department of political science and
diplomacy and national university he says it'll take a lot to get north korea to abandon its nuclear weapons. it would be amazing if they were to give them up for anything other than a massive concession from the american and south korean side probably something really extreme like the end of the american south korean alliance more likely is that they'll allow build like caps on nuclear weapons or on missile count or something like that but i would be amazed if they would just agree to go to zero they would ask for something enormous i think the sanctions have played a role i think the two certain set right we don't know right because the north koreans don't tell us a great deal on the north koreans don't give us proper trade statistics but there's a fair amount of anecdotal evidence flowing out of northeastern china and north korea to suggest that the sanctions have begun to bite and we have heard the north korean media talking about sanctions and sanctions relief more and more if only to say you know that we don't need it and stuff like that but the fact they're talking about it is suggested. i think from here the issue is that north koreans now have these weapons and they feel like they can negotiate right they've probably got the
ability to strike the united states so why not now that you have a one and see what you can get i think the first meeting the one between going on and seoul in april that's the most important one right i mean that really i mean ultimately this is a korean issue right the chinese the americans the russians japanese you know we're all kind of involved in how but shakes out but it's really ultimately this is a korean issue the two koreas really need to work out their own fate as well and should be right that one will set a lot of constraints on what trump has a lot to offer the north koreans if the south koreans come back with some really good deal some kind of do nuclearization in exchange for something or other you know constraints on the u.s. alliance south korea or something like that if the president of the group bring someone back like that back and he can sell it to the south korean public that will put a lot of constraints on what donald trump can do right so the first one is more important but the trump one is getting more i think attention because it's trump though the u.s. ambassador to the united nations is blaming both the syrian government and russia for what she called a slaughter in east and he says despite a cease fire the u.n.
security council should be ashamed of the continued bombing of the rebel held on clay. russia will stop at nothing to use its permanent seat on this council to shield itself bashar al assad from even the faintest criticism and we cannot take these actions because instead of calling out how assad russia and iran made a mockery of our calls for a cease fire too many members of this council wanted to wait this is a travesty. this should be a day of shame for every member of this council and it should be a lesson about what happens when we focus on fleeting displays of unity instead of on what's right. well russia's ambassador accused curity council members of wasting time instead of taking action against armed groups in eastern guta. some members of the security council prefer to squander time on letters and
rhetoric with us now to claims against our country probably this is to conceal their own willingness to do something constructive in implementing the cease fire resolution and mind that the groups they sponsor will stay on the subject turkish troops are close to taking another northern syrian town as part of its offensive against kurdish y p g fighters now they are closing in on tolerably far to near freezing turkish troops to control of a frame ten days ago following a two month operation the turkish president recipe for the one has said his forces will continue to move east as far as man beach to push out the y.p. g. fighters who say or who he says are terrorists and has more from istanbul. turkish officials have told me that white pages withdrawing from tel rafah but they underlined that there is no military operation as an offering on the other hand why p.g. has denied all these statements that they are withdrawing from tel rafah at the town which they conquered from the syrian opposition groups in early two thousand and
sixteen what we understand is that there is a deal between russia and turkey over this strategic town of northern aleppo but this time told her father is going to be more different compared to our friend because often there were boots on the ground at the f.s.a. and the turkish military but intel are far it is more about the plastic and political talks between two sides both russia and turkey also turkish foreign ministry under secretary who will be in washington d.c. on march thirty to talk about by literally issues and also about the ongoing operations in northern syria so probably we are going to be hearing more detailed information within the coming days about the strategic town of. norden it is very strategic for all parties in syria because it is a strategic transition straight across syria so if you take tel referred under control you are controlling the east west route also the area between aleppo and.
ethiopia has a new prime minister who is the first in twenty seven years from the roemer ethnic group now the ruling coalition appointed. to replace holy moley and to resigned last month his decision provoked protests in the government to reimpose a state of emergency the row of one hundred people who make up two thirds of ethiopia's population have held mass protests over the past three years to demand political freedoms and the end of human rights abuses russian president vladimir putin has declared wednesday a national day of mourning for the sixty four people killed in the shopping center fire on sunday forty one of those who died of the man in the siberian city of care over children now the victims' relatives held a huge rally on choose day demanding those responsible for what putin described as criminal negligence to be held accountable the fire alarm system wasn't working and
exit doors were blocked. the catalan parliament has voted to demand jailed leaders of these to session is movement are represented in parliament former catalan president is in custody in germany waiting for a court to decide whether he'll be extradited to spain he faces charges of sedition and rebellion related to last year's referendum on this a session other leaders remain in prison in spain they were cheating has more barcelona. the vote has actually now passed the resolution has been passed essentially the system here is that whoever's standing to be president and the majority of the here in the catalan parliament are processed protest has to be here in person now the last three candidates of course the first one was karla's who have not been able to get here because either in exile in prison or of course unable to reach the actual parliament itself so they want the spanish government in
madrid to respect the rights of those those politicians to actually stand here in the parliament and be elected to the presidency so far three candidates said to have not been able to reach here and there's been a letter passed to the human un's human rights council from colors push more saying that spain should respect the rights under the declaration of human rights that the spanish government has signed up to to allow him freedom of association freedom of freedom to stand for elections and freedom of expression so this is a very clear and critical issue here and the parliament as expected has passed this resolution but of course it can be easily ignored and will be ignored by the government in madrid though israel's prime minister has been released from hospital after treatment for
a chest infection doctors say benyamin netanyahu hasn't fully recovered he says he needs to rest after canceling all public appointments for five days two weeks ago. it's the third and final day of voting in egypt's presidential election the incumbent of the c.c. is certain to win a second term as any competitor has been a vocal supporter of the president all of the candidates with troops have to be arrested or pressured prominent government critics have called for a boycott of the vote. well we heard earlier from poison coldest in professor at the center for gulf studies that cattle university he told us about the issues at stake in voter turnout in the egyptian election egyptians want stability there's been a lot of instability in egypt in recent years they want security but i think beyond that they want jobs and they want to economic efflorescence they've been hit very badly badly by inflation of various sorts including
a devaluation of the egyptian pound there have been some polling stations where initially the official said twenty five percent and then a policeman would come by and say no no it's been fifty a lot of working class districts seem to report low turnout there seems to be a high turnout among women rather than among men but if he gets less than the forty eight percent turnout that he got in the last election this will be a blow to his prestige age those strangers cheating cricketers have been banned from plane captain steve smith and vice captain david warner have both been suspended for twelve months for their part in the ball tampering scandal cameron bancroft will serve and nine month ban for being caught scratching the ball against south africa last week all three have been sent home in disgrace. clearly this is caused a huge amount of damage to the game of cricket as a whole and certainly a strike in cricket and it's compromise the fans confidence and faith in cricket
and it's really our responsibility why is administrator coaches and others to re-install that faith and confidence. well still ahead here on al-jazeera troubled waters we take a look at india and the polls ongoing border disputes with thousands of rivers and streams are being put into question. however we've still got more gorgeous sunshine across japan and the korean peninsula at the moment last the settled weather in place here must be a area of high pressure in charge at the moment but with a high pressure not too far away we see some pretty poor air quality embarrassing recently some very murky skies as a result of that hopefully it will improve a little as we go on through the next hour said that the the general feed on the
winds is from the north so that's never a good direction nineteen celsius in beijing be a touch warmer there for childcare would around twenty two degrees c. typically across the korean peninsula we're getting up to around eighteen or ninety degrees over the next couple of days as we go on through the next few days towards the weekend hopefully this area cloud will help to wash out some of that pollution that we do have in beijing temperatures twenty degrees celsius and stay calm for the south this lousy drives is southern parts of china still some wet weather in the forecast and i just warm enough twenty five celsius in shanghai forty back to around twenty one as we go on into friday the winds coming in from an easterly direction but for many sixty the sunshine comes through twenty six celsius in hong kong meanwhile scattering a showers across malaysia air into indonesia more heavy downpours in place here scattered showers into thailand little bit of rain for the .
conflict standing seven years. humanitarian disaster displacing more than half the nation. on just your world meets the children who have become victims of syrians to war. i am a syrian child on al-jazeera. welcome back you're watching al-jazeera i'm cell raman a reminder of all top stories state media in china says north korea's leader is
open to giving up nuclear technology can join the china's president xi jinping on his first foreign trip since taking power seven years ago the secretive first meeting was only revealed after it happened. near some bars or to the united nations is blaming both the syrian government under russia for what she called a slaughter in eastern ghouta nikki haley says despite a cease fire the u.n. security council should be ashamed of the continued bombing of the rebel held on claims. and the council in parliament has voted to demand jailed leaders on the succession is to movement are represented in parliament former catalan president gul as pooja ma is in custody in germany waiting for a court to decide whether he'll be extradited to spain he's denied he's been denied bail and he's considered as he's considered a flight risk. a memorial service has been held in paris for the policeman killed
in last week's supermarket siege in southwest france our noble trum was hailed a national hero after trading places with a female hostage when police raided the premises and killed the gunman they found troll with gunshot wounds he died later in hospital the attack a red wire like dean had killed three other people he was going to french intelligence services but not deemed a threat the tasha butler has the latest from paris. what we saw this morning was the coffin of al gore. draped with the french tricolor flag it was taken through the streets of paris and brought here to his every need which is france's most famous military memorial and then we had a speech by the french president emanuel mike hall he paid tribute to otto beside a very last race career as a police officer and of course this last acts of bravery which for which he's been called a national hero there were presidents here from the pasta nicolas sarkozy has had
some legal troubles but of course that puts his side for this moment of national unity also a frost well known to man who might cause a pretty decisive and the families of the victims who saw her and the mother and the wife of all know and members of the public also allowed to join in that's quite unusual for a ceremony of this sort but it was felt that this was a day for all french people to come together for those who wanted to to be able to be here and pay their respects. the u.s. president's son in lawrence senior adviser jared cushier is facing more investigations into his business practices including the legality of two loans totaling more than five hundred million dollars political hay reports from washington d.c. . jared kushner often seen but rarely heard always at the center of power but also controversy and now once again facing questions about meetings he had at the white house with business c.e.o.'s who soon after loaned his family company hundreds of millions of dollars his lawyer tells al-jazeera the white house