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this is. glamour shall carry this is the news hour live from doha coming up in the next sixty minutes the president of france tells us lawmakers to reject nationalism and isolationism key policies of his host donald trump. i supporters of armenia's opposition stepped up the pressure to install their leader as prime minister. a jail sentence of nine months for an israeli border policeman who shot dead a palestinian teenager four years ago. and are inside north korea looking at the country's military capability ahead of friday's historic summit with the south.
the french president has used his speech to a joint session of congress to urge the u.s. to reject nationalism and preserve the iran nuclear deal a real marker on receive a three minute standing ovation as he arrived in the chamber his speech was critical of the u.s. president's agenda despite the two sharon apparently warm relations from a chronic state to six. let me say we have two possible ways had we can choose isolationism withdrawal and nationalism this is an option it can be tempting to us as a temporary remitted to all fields but closing the door to the word will not stop the evolution of the word it will not dolls but inflame the fritters of all citizens we have to keep wide open to the new
risks right in front of us. saving the iran nuclear deal has been high on the agenda for mccraw us visit and the past few hours the president of france says he's not confident that trump will stay with the pact or cona supposed new agreement be a negotiated with the ron that expands on the existing deal a white house correspondent kelly reports. the president of the french republic. before a joint session of the u.s. congress french president emanuel argued the united states should remain part of the iran nuclear agreement it is true to see that this agreement. may know the address all concerns and very important concerns this is true but we should not abandon its without having some seen substantial and more substantial than said. a day earlier in meetings that the white house might cross suggested the
current deal to limit iran's nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief should be the cornerstone of a new supplemental agreement. it would address trumps concerns beyond twenty twenty five including limiting iran's influence in the middle east and halting ballistic missile testing we can change and we can be flexible you know in life you have to be flexible so despite criticizing the existing iran agreement repeatedly for years trump is now signaling he's open to recertify iran's compliance under the terms of the deal but only if his criticisms are addressed with the deadline for donald trump to make his decision just weeks away european leaders are conducting a high level lobbying effort on friday german chancellor angela merkel will be the next to visit the white house she'll work to persuade try to remain in the twenty fifteen iran deal but iran says a u.s.
withdrawal will kill it tehran has threatened to respond by pulling out of another agreement the nuclear nonproliferation agreement on weapons. i'm wednesday iran's president question trumps ability to even comprehend the terms of any agreement shlomo car shifted back to the hot seat you don't have any background in politics you don't have any background in law you don't have any background on international treaties or going to tradesmen a merchant someone who builds towers for a living make judgments about international affairs and well he's currently signaling he's open to the u.s. for maining in the deal negotiated with iran and five other world powers given his impulsive nature there's still time for trump to change his mind and follow through with threats to leave the iran deal kimberly health at al-jazeera at the white house alan fischer as more from washington d.c. . the fact that the two men have this personal chemistry there's no doubt about
that everyone can see it but emmanuel mccall took his speech to congress to highlight the policy differences between the two men now we know about the iran nuclear deal that has been clear something that's been talked about but there were other key moments in the speech not least when he was talking about international trade no manual mccraw said the trade town of swer not a good idea it didn't see that implicitly but essentially he said look we made the rules for the world trade organization that's what we should use to get over any trade disputes he also talked to about america abandoning its position in the world as a global leader with the idea of isolationism or america first he said there are other countries and at that point he was clearly referring to china and russia who have the ambition and are ready to step in to that role he also had a rebuke there's no other word for it for donald trump and some of the rhetoric he
uses saying that does nothing to construct anything positive what it does do is make people feel scared and there's a negative tone to it all it's interesting to note that when there were loads of applause they came mainly from democrats in congress and one of the biggest cheers was when emanuel mccrum said that he would like to see the united states return at some point to the part of climate accord which of course donald trump has pulled america out of donald trump said before the speech he tweeted out that he was going to be watching it on television we don't know if he did the white house hasn't confirmed that but we certainly know in the following hours there's been absolutely no reaction from donald trump. that has featured plenty of backslapping handshakes and kisses but how have french people reacted to his close relationship with donald trump. or has been assessing reaction in paris. it was pomp and
ceremony displays of affection and of the words like camelot the apparent friendship between the french and american presidents was on full show during emanuel state visit to washington politically the two men have little in common but the liberal macro is determined to get on with his conservative counterparts we have to make a berth for years perfect in france opinion polls suggest donald trump is unpopular but many people support mike ross approach. on that they are great friends doesn't matter michael is the french president and he must create strong ties with the u.s. so it's very important for france and for the u.s. and even for europe especially as trump seems to really appreciate president it's a sea chill to have good relations analysts say that macro's courting of trump is seen by many french people as a political tactic mcroy is probably really doing that for the strategy of trying
to show from that he actually does respect him and to value the transatlantic relationship because at the end of the day from the european perspective you might not like the american president but the u.s. will always remain an important partner since micros election he has no cheered his relationship with trump inviting him as france's guest of honor to last year's bastille day celebrations and talking regularly by phone mike ross says he was able to convince trump to keep u.s. troops in syria some people say that the macros closeness to trump is a risk because the u.s. president is so unpredictable but others say the french president has much to gain he can try and influence trump on important international matters such as the iran nuclear deal and it may help france's international standing rockwall seems to her very. well thought through diplomatic strategy which is true create the largest amount of flexibility for france by making sure that the
u.s. is on sun micro will leave washington with few promises on a number of issues it's unclear for example whether trumbull impose u.s. trade tariffs on the e.u. or agree to an expanded iran nuclear agreement but if trump changes his mind on either issue many people in france may feel the two look back slapping and smiles will wes it natasha al-jazeera paris plenty more ahead in the news hour including a look at whether brock said could put britain's fishing industry on ice. police in california make a major breakthrough in an unsolved serial killer investigation dating back forty years and sport its advantage around the track after the first leg of their champions league semifinal with iron. testers have been back on the streets of their media capital after the acting prime
minister cancel crisis talks with the opposition protests later in a call passion on says he is ready to lead the country and to new elections as a movement force the former later search like easy answer resign on monday i'm here of on robin forestay walker reports. they brought the capital to a standstill. because. it was a carnival atmosphere. for others it was lead to believe it's the police have ceased to intervene instead they have retreated to protect government buildings said such is yesterday's news now his republican party still in charge is the next target of the protest movement. the young smell revolution. wasn't just isn't one child he got. to be the prime minister acting prime minister caught in kind of pity and cancel talks with the opposition
shechem for wednesday said he was ready for elections but not on the street he's voting it's in new york each day i don't know of any country where the people's candidate is elected in that way that's why we have elections there are some in the citizenry who are disappointed how are we to measure their desires to have. going to the desires of others in the citizenry who want a different candidate nicole consolation and nicole taking actually that apart from mr it's not clear who else is willing to stand in the way of opposition leader nicole passion and more parties in parliament sided with his movements on wednesday and the international community is taking him seriously too we caught up with him fresh from talks at the russian embassy republican party has lost his power and the. republican party a short recognized victory of the people and without any condition as
far as he is concerned and as far as this crowd is concerned because it is on the threshold of becoming this country's new leader and i shrink a new democratic era the republic of armenia was was was made of wood the corridors of power but he has proven he can mobilize all millions in time there where his power is on the street and here on republic square probably for a steelworker al-jazeera arabic. and israeli court has sentenced a border police officer to nine months in prison for killing a palestinian teenager in two thousand and fourteen it seemed the royal was shot dead during protests marking the anniversary of the naacp when palestinians were expelled from their homeland as father and human rights groups have condemned the sentence asked to bring it very fossil records on the occupied west bank. four years ago nadeem the wara took part in these protests in the occupied west bank
town of beit two knew it was one of the group of young men and teenagers throwing stones towards israeli security forces israel says they were instructed to use rubber coated bullets but when the seventeen year old was shot he collapsed and was rushed to hospital where he was pronounced dead later an autopsy on his examined body would show he'd been shot through the chest with a regular bullet medical volunteer mohammed salim was there that day he arrived in time to see a second teenage boy shot through the chest right next to him through a sauna and he was like walking so his face was sort of the story and when he reached almost here he was shot in the back and then he turned around and fought he gave first aid to the victim muhammad but he too died no proceedings were brought in the case of mom would i would die here but the killing of nadeem was different at one stage israeli border police officer who pulled the trigger was indicted for manslaughter. ben derry was initially accused of deliberately placing live rounds
in the magazine of his assault rifle which should have been firing only rubber coated i mean in a plea deal that accusation was dropped and he was convicted instead of negligence his sentence mine months in prison now deems father has fought a long legal battle on behalf of his son from the moment he says he found alive bullet in the backpack nineteen was wearing when he died and a kid it in nor i have proven that israel has no justice or fairness when it comes to palestinians i prove this with evidence because the cares of the d.m. is one of the strongest characters in the israeli palestinian conflict by ambulance approved in a day most intentionally killed palestinian activists say a double standard is at play highlighted by the case of i head to mimi the palestinian teenager convicted of assault and incitement after slapping an israeli soldier her sentence eight months i had a child to slap the soldier and received almost the same sentence as the soldier who put an end to the life of testing a child so you can compare the standards the
justice system is following the israeli police have declined to comment on ben dairies sentencing the judgment criticized him for aiming at the upper body of someone who presented no immediate threat to having a live round in his magazine but it found no intention on his part to load that bullet or fire it at nineteen nora perry force at al-jazeera in the occupied west bank. a palestinian journalist wounded while covering the press has said gaza's border with israel two weeks ago has died of his injuries hussein was shot when israeli forces use live fire against unarmed palestinians at least thirty six palestinians have been killed in the past month at the hoover. international donors are various four point four billion dollars in emergency aid for syria just half of the un's target for this year the u.s. since made a pledge of the fund raising conference in brussels saying it's revealing its support for the country meanwhile the e.u.
is accusing russia of ron in turkey of escalating the conflict the us foreign policy chief to become a greenie says that countries have a special responsibility to establish a cease fire. going from the region of refugee council says that as syria's government takes back territory the focus needs to be on helping refugees return home. this is a massive relief operation these food water sanitation sham. education but also. the livelihoods. production that we now need to see we need to give hope to a whole generation of syrian youth that have really seen nothing but war they need to have education vocational training and then we need to help them into library homes it's very dangerous to say to a whole generation of of of syrians you will you will you will have no hope you
will have no future of course we will always saw bitterness we need to give hope and that is what much of this money is is giving person i'm very interested in education and livelihoods creation that is also a you know a basis for one day one day bolland to return to the places of origin thousands of the many so have protested to condemn a saudi that airstrike that killed a senior who's the leader last week sadly all some odd had been hell had to be hit the administration since two thousand and six two. rebels say he. was killed with six companions the conflict has killed more than ten thousand people in the past three years because of the united nations has the world's worst humanitarian crisis . and jerry is president is about to hunt down the gunman who killed at least in one thousand people at a catholic church seventeen worshippers sent to priests were killed in that attack in the new state it to houses were also burnt down since two thousand and thirteen
the region has seen unrest between mainly muslim herdsman and farmers who are mostly christian. has more from the pollution. gunmen invaded the village of. after dawn and started attacking tombs and places of worship in the catholic church in the area they killed at least nineteen people including two priests the nigerian president ordered the immediate arrest of those who perpetrated the attack locals say the act was carried out by the feeling you had two men who'd been in conflict with farmers in that part of central nigeria but there is no claim of responsibility they've been to tintype attacks between the farmers and cattle reraise in central nigeria over the last decade or so so far this year dozens have been killed in that region the nigerian president described the attack as barbaric as vile and promised to track down the perpetrators and bring them to justice the
police was unable to bring the situation under control after the police chief was ordered to relocate to ballistic to bring to an end this crisis the nigerian army was deployed in large numbers and is conducting exercises aimed at calming frayed nerves and also dealing with those carrying out those attacks it has made several arrest however the attacks still continue life in california say they have cracked a decades old murder case they have arrested a former policeman they believe the so-called golden state killer a serial rapist and murderer and the one nine hundred seventy s. and eighty's i'm a sample robber and also for. forty two years after he began a rampage of murder rape and fear authorities in california say a man alleged to be the golden state killer is behind bars in a perfectly executed arrest by detectives arrested james joseph d'angelo seventy
two years old living in citrus heights dns low was taken into custody at his suburban home near sacramento during part of the period when the crimes occurred he was a sacramento area policeman well very possibly he was committing the crimes during the time he was employed as a peace officer the golden state killer also known as the east area rapist allegedly murdered at least twelve people sexually assaulted forty five and broke into more than one hundred and twenty homes across california in the one nine hundred seventy s. and eighty's detectives collected massive amounts of physical evidence and tips but were on able to crack the case until recent advances in d.n.a. technology we all knew as part of this team that we were looking. for a needle in a haystack. but we also all knew that the needle was there d.n.a. collected from the crime scenes provided the crucial break we started some
surveillance we were able to get some discarded d.n.a. and we were able to confirm what we thought we already knew that we had our man authorities say d'angelo was previously not under suspicion the golden state killer crept into victims' homes at night while they slept he often targeted couples he would tie up the husbands and then sexually assault their wives he then bludgeoned some of his victims to death his youngest rape victim was thirteen years old we will do everything that we can to bring justice to the victims that suffered from unspeakable harm. from the horrific crimes crimes that may now be solved by decades of relentless investigation and detectives who never gave up rob reynolds al-jazeera los angeles and danish inventor has been jailed for life for murdering and dismembering
a swedish journalist on his submarine ten balls remains were found at sea after she interviewed peter madsen on his homemade vessel as an admitted dismembering the journalist claims she died accidentally of carbon monoxide poisoning while on board . britain's parliament is set to debate remaining inside the customs union after breakfast at increasing pressure on teresa mayes government the vote is non-binding but many m.p.'s believe quitting the tariff free zone could spell economic disaster and that's got the fishing industry in scotland worried as lawrence leigh reports. if there's anything liable to annoy the supporters of brick seats it's europeans taking fish from british water is it on the east coast of scotland there's another saudi to the story of the sale so after seven o'clock. you know it's meat day five hours ago this warehouse was stacked with fish by now it's being prepared for market across the u.k. and abroad more than a hundred kids a europe that needs to go fast to fetch
a decent price could leave the market here about eleven o'clock process and i've got evening and catch fed in the morning or go through the tunnel whatever it is but any delay at all to this volume. means an expand sort of a lower price for the process which in these times is critical for. many fisherman support brix it in the interests of protecting their waters and stops but just as many in the fishing industry would open borders with europe can they have both. protecting the rights of british fishermen has become a toe technic issue for many leading breakfasts as they say the u.k. must leave the european free trade area but staying in the european free trade area is crucial for those parts of the fishing industry which need to move their stock quickly to some of the best restaurants in places like france and spain and that's a big problem cullen's which is a local delicacy but not if you live in the post for a week. to make
a point about what happens to fish if it gets stuck in a truck for too long the local m.p. here sent the government minister in charge of bricks it's a traditional fish pie in the post government ministers who support breck's it he says don't understand their own constituency. i believe they're simply choosing to look at the divisions in the tory party they're making their decisions based on politics gnostic economics not the interests of the people in these islands it's time they looked at the harsh realities of where they got the story. of course it isn't the only fish anything perishable or goods reliant on a fast turnaround could be affected disastrously if british trucks are forced to queue for days before entering the continent they were in continue discussions with the u.k. government and scottish government i think the concern is we've had real clarity as to what you can government don't want which is the customs union but real uncertainty still as to what the future does hold. in peterhead they're expanding
the ports because they believe their markets will grow supporters of the shore continental europe will fall for a deal on taxes and tariffs because they love to eat british fish the livelihoods of people here may depend on this assumption gloriously al-jazeera east and scotland. there's anger in greece over more cuts to pensions planned for next year latest figures show the majority of pensioners live on about four hundred twelve dollars a month that's the lowest rate since the two thousand and eight financial crisis. has more from athens. after a lifetime of building electric transformers school studies managed to buy a house he borrowed against his monthly pension of twenty seven hundred dollars but after all standards he policies cut his pension repeatedly he and his wife were left subsisting on twenty five dollars a day off in a globe be that is the theft to work your entire life and sacrifice part of your salary for health and social security and when you claim your pension the state
comes and says no you won't get it i'll take that the state is capitalist its main concern is to save the banks who saudi's is still luckier than most more than half of these pensioners a living on fifteen dollars a day and things are about to become much worse they're out here protesting because next year the government is going to cut pensions by another eighteen percent the government was forced into this by the international monetary fund which wants to ensure that greece produces a surplus of three and a half percent of g.d.p. with which to carry learned the latest figures last year produced a surplus of zero percent of g.d.p. which suggests that the government's initial assessment may have been correct but these measures were unnecessary there is a sweetener the government convinced its creditors to allow it to spend more on tax cuts and social spending especially for families with small children if the economy does better than expected that spending could now come into play but many
pensioners have lost any faith in social justice under the seat is a party government ya need your unemployment is such that our best minds kids we spent millions to raise and educate have gone abroad our government isn't left wing it's liberal prime minister sipress represents big business and he's passed measures that socialist and conservatives couldn't pensions are key to the economy many extended families are surviving partly thanks to them so it comes as little surprise that even though they are so low there are still two hundred twenty thousand people on the pensions waiting list that judge. it isn't enough money to start paying them jumps at all plus al-jazeera athens still ahead on al-jazeera living in limbo why many are criticizing germany's asylum process technology makes more jobs obsolete look at how children in hong kong are learning to adapt to the future and that's part of the former tennis world number one who's struggling to hit the high tolerance for term injury.
from dusky sunset so it's pruning savannah. to sunrise atop an asian metropolis. we still have some very wet weather into western parts of china more heavy downpours and the possibility rather way across into the southwestern corner of the northern parts of vietnam central there was a bit and i'm also seeing some life he said was to over the next as i further east it is fine and fly with some pleasant sunshine hong kong twenty six celsius will still has to go on into friday and by friday we're looking at highs of around twenty eight in shanghai the wet weather will continue northerly winds coming through here meeting up with a sleaze something of a convergence so we are looking at some big and thundery downpours for some meanwhile some shop showers as per usual across southeast asia. was the wettest weather will be across malaysia we want to those showers getting down into java
still suspect say a little bit of wet weather there into counts a bit further north i suspect that's where the heaviest downpours all set to be some of that rain also making its way up into thailand over the next day and i think becoming increasingly cloudy dull and humid as we go towards the weekend those showers join up with the showers that we have across southern parts of the thing go to the line of cloudy making their way towards lanka southern parts of india still seeing some heavy showers as we go on through the next couple days central areas still seeing that he building that pool at forty to. the weather sponsored by cats own it weighs. as it approaches its first year how has the gulf crisis affected the states of the gulf cooperation council are there any indications of resolution. what is the nature of the new regional and international alliances amid the raging conflict in the middle east. increasing
social unrest lead to a new revolutionary wave in the arab world. as the countdown for the end of the palestinian cause started what is the likelihood of success of that which is known as the deal of the century. what role has the media played in the region's issues. the twelve al-jazeera forum the gulf the arabs and the world amid current developments doha april twenty eighth and twenty nine two thousand and eighteen.
you're watching al-jazeera let's take a look at the top stories this hour the french president has used his speech to a joint session of congress to urge the u.s. to reject nationalism and preserve the iran nuclear deal and the past few hours a man will knock on and say he's not confident president trump will stay in the pack. protesters are back on the streets of armenia's capital after the acting prime minister canceled crisis talks with the opposition leader nicole passion on says he is ready to lead until new elections are held. and israeli court has sentenced a border police officer to nine months in prison for killing a palestinian teenager in two thousand and fourteen the demerara was shot dead during protests marking the anniversary of the creation of israel human rights groups have condemned the sentence as to life. al-jazeera has gained exclusive access to a prison where i still fighters detained by the afghan government are being held under its internet gana stand over the past two years as the group lost territory
in syria and iraq. reports. these men have been recently detained the sum of up to four thousand fighters thought to be waging a war against the afghan government mr of them foreigners. they asked me to join a training center not a heart that's where i met people from pakistan iran a spec a stand just on there were four brigades in the center this man says he was tricked into joining the armed group you know i was in russia then i traveled to iran and then to afghanistan when i arrived i realized that being called my goal was to study sharia. since i saw entered afghanistan two years ago it's been behind a number of attacks. in december claimed responsibility for an attack on a shia cultural center that killed forty one people in kabul. a month later i saw fighters stormed the offices of save the children in mangere home province capital
jalalabad two people were killed. when a suicide bomber blew himself up close to kabul university killing twenty nine people and injuring dozens more in march this road leads to night where the fiercest battles between i saw fighters and government soldiers have taken place the us government dropped the so-called mother of all bombs in the province last year in an effort to annihilate the group. a year on fear of the past two and tribes to live adjoining i so they remain war weary after decades caught up in the taliban's rebellion barbara and al jazeera hundreds of thousands of people in germany are living in limbo because of a confusing asylum process dominic kane has one man's story from in germany. wednesday and they can support his market day and for. him it's a chance to find
a bargain he's lived here since leaving iraq in twenty fifteen as tempting as the items on sale are the one thing he can't buy is the right to stay in germany permanently for three years who has lobbied the government without success he told me his story. after a rethink. on the enough they've given me temporary leave to remain here but with that i can't really do anything i have to stay in the refugee home i can't find work because of my status in germany firms don't want to take on someone in my situation so it's hard for me here that's despite a wealth of documents who now has which show his good level of german clean criminal record and fitness for work but in fact his case is not too unique there are more than one hundred sixty six thousand people who have been denied asylum but have temporarily allowed to remain at that number and even greater one more than three hundred fifty three thousand people who are considered to be here illegally
with no right to remain and facing deportation some say the issue is not with the federal authorities but with individual german states. for their borders is that the solution is already provided for by the law parliament has developed several different variations to the law to allow people to get out of temporary status and to legalize their residency here the problem is the individual states are applying these variations in a very restrictive way. the new federal interior minister has long argued the current asylum process is unsatisfactorily and for foster deportations of those whose applications are rejected as he could in the fall is three. zero you can go by the rule of thumb and that's quite logical the longer a person has been in our country the more time they've had to put down roots and speaking objects really more obstacles can occur. in the. back you know they can
spruik those obstacles home news very well nonetheless he says he remains hopeful and that the various feels like he's home but for now at least the government does not agree dominant k. al-jazeera they can support a self-styled religious leader in india with millions of followers has been jailed for life for rape. who is convicted of sexually assaulting a sixteen year old girl at one of his spiritual retreats in two thousand and thirteen security forces in the state of rajasthan are on high alert after the verdict upas lawyers say they will appeal the national strike call by south african union has disrupted public transport and shuttered businesses in main cities they said government plans to raise the minimum wage to just over a dollar an hour are inadequate reports in johannesburg. thousands gathered to march into johannesburg city center and demand
a higher minimum wage and improved rights a breakaway federation of unions called the nationwide strike its leader has spent years representing south africa's union many of which he now says have been giving workers a bad deal all along. this. was . the son who. was oh this is. i south africa's one of the most on the cool countries in the world economically many things haven't changed since apartheid and so our message of better wages for workers resonates. because of strikers a growing bigger and bigger as they marched into the city center come in it's a present at petition and it's a monster three different government departments some of south africa's major
historical unions part of this the people here those unions have failed to represent. some of the major unions agreed with the government to introduce a minimum wage of just on the three hundred dollars a month people here don't agree and they say well paid hugely in bosses have grown too close to politicians and business owners some of the units don't care all they care about is to be ready to be deployed in parliament so we asked the spokesman of south africa's congress of unions which negotiated and agreed to the minimum wage he said it's not ideal but it's a start and it'll help four million out of the lowest paid workers which would not send them for streams. we knew was that his client going to seven percent of the population that is unemployed doesn't have seven million people in one fit you can
pretend as if the woman has this done nina and that is also is to give people two of those and live on between minimum wage used to be only two afloat because. the strike is waiting to see if the government gives them all into the organizes the breakaway federation of unions has to meet a tax to power malcolm webb al-jazeera johannesburg south africa. focused on a list working for an opposition newspaper had been convicted of helping so-called terrorist organizations a court near istanbul hand handed out multiple sentences to fourteen staff in a trial seen as a test case for press freedom in the country they remain free pending an appeal three others were cleared two journalists working for the reuters news agency and man maher who are accused of violating state secrecy laws have appeared in court while lone and char so were arrested in december while investigating abuses and rakhine state if convicted they could face up to fourteen years in jail last week
a policeman told the court that one of his senior officers gave the documents to the journalists to trap them south korea has unveiled the main meeting room for friday's historic enter korean summit it will be the first direct talks between the leaders of north and south korea and more than a decade kennedy on loan and moon j.n. will discuss the nuclear program and also a formal end to hostilities the room they will use is in the house of peace on the south korean side of the truce village of. koreans from both sides of the border told us they what they expect to see from the summit. my wish for the summit is that our people can travel back and forth and live together. he completed nuclear weapons and his missiles can reach qualm what's left as a leader he must inspire loyalty and twenty three million people will be given loyalty no because they are on the verge of starvation following the sanctions.
knows this so he came to the table with denuclearization card. for more than two years the relations had to be in frozen and we couldn't access to a case on industrial complex but finally on the twenty seventh the summit is scheduled that would mean that after the summit the konami issue will be discussed and the case i mean those three complex will be the top priority i am full of sorts anticipation we have correspondents on both sides so from pyongyang our diplomatic editor james takes a look at the military's role in north korea first though kathy novak reports from a village inside the demilitarized zone. this is a farming village unlike any other in south korea it's inside the heavily guarded demilitarized zone that separates the two koreas north korea is just over a kilometer in that direction villagers who strayed over the border in the past were arrested by north korean guards so farmers get
a military escort to their rice fields to go. we have to report every time we enter and exit the village were farmers so we have to go out just tell our crops but so many restrictions apply to us which makes it very difficult when the nine hundred fifty three armistice ended hostilities in the korean war the two koreas set up a village each inside the d.m.z. as a sort of model of what life is like on either side the south koreans call ketone on the other side a propaganda village they don't believe people really live there when south korea erected a one hundred meter flagpole the north put up a one hundred sixty meter flag pole villagers are close enough to hear propaganda broadcasts from the north but they say they haven't heard any since monday after south korea announced it would stop broadcasting its messages across the border for about two hundred residents evacuation drills and a curfew from midnight to sunrise are a way of life but in exchange because this land is under un command locals don't
pay taxes to the south korean government with about seventeen acres of farming land per family the average incomes are higher than those of other farmers and men are exempt from mandatory military service. but thirty five students at the only school inside the d.m.z. get personalized attention with only about five children per teacher and the u.s. soldiers visit to teach english. if you're not a direct descendant of an original resident and want to move here you have to be a woman and marry a local man men don't have that option because the south korean government doesn't want them taking unfair advantage of the military service exemption. they are everywhere but you're not allowed to film them we only got these pictures when we first arrived in pyongyang before it was explained politely but very firmly that taking pictures of military and security personnel was forbidden. the north korean military is believed to have over
a million soldiers the city was badly destroyed during the korean war most of the buildings were built in the decades immediately after the conflict the military history of this now isolated nation is revealed as you travel around the capital city this monument marks the defeat of the japanese who occupied korea until the end of world war two a few years later the korean war which had a devastating human cost on both sides this is a country that was forged in war and is still even now on a war footing. younger koreans at the school that taught the history of the korean war war images are displayed in the corridors. older koreans meanwhile need no reminder as being longer those americans are just hearing about them makes my heart tremble my father was killed by the americans when i was twelve so whenever i hear about those americans i get overcome with
hatred it makes my heart tremble so. forthcoming talks will center on north korea's nuclear program but the country has a substantial conventional loss will to the principal target of there ought to marry guns the south korean capital seoul earlier there in the other half of this divided land i spoke to a lawmaker a military expert who told me the world should not only focus on the nuclear threats. well you know the biological weapons are all honestly more fearsome the nuclear weapons from our perspective the destructiveness of a one ton nuclear warhead can be achieved with only four kilograms of anthrax in terms of casualties and souls it is estimated the north korea has stockpiled over five thousand tons of chemical weapons some good all military first is a longstanding north korean strategy in recent years the leader kim jong un has
added another track a cautious and partial opening up of the economy now for the first time on friday he'll be adding in high level diplomacy james bays out jazeera pyongyang. a french billionaire has been placed under formal investigation on suspicion of bribing african officials for lucrative contracts the simple henri's accused of providing discounted p.r. advice to presidential candidates and guinea in togo and return for port operationalize insoles his company denies any irregularities. technology is making more jobs obsolete experts for children are not being prepared for the future world economic forum believes automation replace a fifth of all jobs within twenty years to figure out hollande visited a learning center in hong kong teaching kids to stay ahead of robots. why these children are preparing for what's being called the fourth industrial revolution they're learning how to embrace a future read vance to
a bot it's an artificial intelligence or ai will be part of everyday life i did the chip and then my sister didn't do computers. plugged into the other robots system to make it work it may look like fun and games but under the guidance of professionals and experts in engineering and technology in this robotics class they're learning how to make machines think for themselves. this experimental learning lab was conceived by the tech entrepreneurs. and c.e.o. of outlays a company specializing in digital media games apps and innovation all the stuff at present already a machine can do much better and there's no way that you can compete with that what we really need to prepare the next generation is with skills not a machine cannot do that well and that's how we because that's how we stay relevant in competitive in the future but right now schools don't do that the world economic forum reports a fifth of the global workforce may lose their jobs to automation in the next two
decades the hong kong government recognizes the city needs to keep up with the developments in technology this year the government is investing around six and a half billion dollars in fines and innovation most of those funds will be going to research and development industries and science and tech parks like this one many people want to know why that push for innovation isn't extending into the classrooms so we the generation that will be most affected by changes in technology my understanding of the groups that i'm leading now under the auspices of the chief executive of tinkering with the curriculum they're looking at how chinese history might be in so that into the curriculum they're looking at to have a pet you want to get education might be of been a part of the curriculum for now it's up to private initiatives to help children keep up with the changes in technology make a rumor and do or say name. because. they
will. in showing the condition how did your advice to the competition will be on but that's won't be the case for the majority of hong kong's children experts say unless there are radical changes in the formal schooling system the next generation is likely to lose in the competition against machines the bigger palin zero hong kong still had on al-jazeera arsenal's al going manager takes a parting shots at the clubs on us here with that story in sport.
thank you very much choice of the volunteers real madrid after the first leg of their champions league semifinal against by munich well winning two on in germany to stay on target for a third straight title by took the lead the audience arena through right back. but the twelve time champions hit back with goals from my solo and i since you christiane or nadal failed to score in the european game for the first time the season the size meet again in madrid next tuesday the pool fans have been celebrating their team's big going in the other semifinal on tuesday liverpool beat roma five two in the first leg of that tie and field mohamed salah scored that twice to take his tally for the season up to forty three the return leg is in italy next wednesday. now we have two. but again
a drone that's no problem we would officially yeah there would have been broke for us to do when we win five no because this broom would have tried everything to strike back anyway so that's not a big difference and i but i learn tonight is that we can win the second game as well even when it will be different i suppose correspond that he waiting says liverpool have overachieved to reach this stage of the competition. well liverpool has a proud tradition in european football but at the start of the season i would really stickley not of expected reaching the semifinals of the champions league let's along winning the first leg against a five so of course the do you have a good m.r. of hypothesized like goals if i can do the same things and have a pull that i did. in the last round the other thing that liverpool wouldn't have been expecting is for masala to turn out to be quite as good as he is of course it was a record signing of cosplay hides hopes that he would be
a key player in the new look say monday you can call but chilly school forty three goals and counting to a broken record after record to be one player of the year another record that he's broken now is the first african player to school ten goals in a champions league season that sends out a warning so the other semifinalists by a munich madrid who will play that first leg on wednesday night of course round with jade on the trophy holders of course they have christiane the interesting thing now is that saleh has moved into the bracket of a now dollar messi in terms of his performances as the to sticks can he do it for the long term coming proposal of a polo european cup or champions league trophy. well roma have issued a statement condemning the apparent behavior of a some of their fans police are investigating the assault of a liverpool supporter outside the hilda stadium but before kickoff there were clashes between supporters at minutes before the semifinal started two men from
roma have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder a fifty three year old a song called is in critical condition fred those involved had brought shame on the club. also in those outgoing manager are some vendor has admitted the timing of his departure from the club wasn't his decision then go and house on friday that he would be leaving arsenal off to twenty two years in charge his team face athletic all my bit on thursday in the semifinals of the or play league the time he was not reading my decision and for the rest i've spoken about already honestly i don't know what i will do read i take a rest i would continue to work. by my. side as all risk being to give my best to where i'm employed done to the last day of my contract the owner of english second tier team leeds united claims the club's the
citizen to go on a tour of minima has been carefully considered these are jute to play two games in the country that's been accused of human rights abuses against its war in general nor to the trip is being sponsored by a private man ma banker but the club deny there is a financial incentive. from the tennis world number one novak djokovic is continuing to struggle on his return from injury he was beaten by slovak in qualifying martin cares and the second round of the barcelona open djokovic to has failed to reach the last eight in any of his five hundred m. and appearances since making his comeback from an elbow injury. and finding a champion rafa nadal progress in straight sets he beat fellow spaniard roberto carberry and now the world number one has now won thirty eight straight said from on his favorite play. and your report into corruption in tennis says
there's a tsunami of match fixing in the lower levels of the sport the independent review panel spoke to more than three thousand players around the world close to five hundred said they had first hand knowledge of match fixing the report found no evidence of top level players being involved but says lower paid players are far more vulnerable it's a small step for a player who already intends to look for other reasons to then bet or to inform others of his or her intentions so as to make enough money to continue playing then a small step for a player to decide deliberately to lose or to lose just a game or say it in order to make enough money to continue playing. and be a champion the golden state warriors have booked their place in the second round of the playoffs they sealed a four one series victory over western conference rivals the san antonio spurs he
really is doing it even without stop him and steph curry who sidelined with a left knee injury need to have kevin durant go to school twenty five points on tuesday as golden state one thousand nine hundred ninety one. japanese baseball sensation sure he or tiny is once again proving his worth the l.a. angels rookie pitch one hundred one mph fastball in the game which is the quickest the by a starting pitcher of the season the twenty three year old helping his side to eight to seven win over the houston astros. and that's a useful for me we'll have more later on that's all for me richelle carey for the news hour to keep it here much more news on the other side of the break with my colleague adrian and again today.
the scene for us when they're on line once is american sign in yemen that piece is always possible but it never happens not because the situation is complicated but because no one cares or if you join us on sat there are people that there to choose between buying medication and eating this is a dialogue i want to get in one more comment because this is someone who's an activist and he's posted a story join the global conversation at this time on al-jazeera. it's. coming from some groups you think the problem. is the name of the rich are important the regulars are regular users really kind of trip for a very young. but i feel that. the talks of or just want to. prolong the lives of our cricket music as the rest of us deeply rather than
literally especially for a good thing this is kind of all in all the right wing assault on our freedom to last questions and generally all three dogs pressure on people you know all being students teachers activists for their cause right so it's amazing that it's going to do that. and people on the street see the protest and it's just our doorstep sort in which. attempts to contradict something it's. everything to do is being an alarmist it's being weighed and it's being measured the other thing to do is call this month. and it's not just i phones that's almost like things i mean most small fans of these days at the moment we are in a state of the universe let's. did something that was that i would rather take the risks of democracy the risks of dictatorship digital dissidents at this time on al-jazeera.