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changed. the forests around palmy over disappearing fast have been right around when you guinea we have lost everything we've been here two years ago we were just in the. creek or maybe looking at the birds flying out of the truce. has more of asia pacific remaining rainforest than any other country but special agricultural business leases threaten them they were supposed to be issued to agricultural companies to clear land they intended to follow. this supposed to avoid a motion in reports like this but this is just profoundly depressing. took my breath away i mean just look at it this is a landscape. well
no more at least fifty thousand. u.s. face deportation after the government and the protected status. quo there are. alive and also coming up donald trump says the date and venue for his meeting with north korea's kim jong un has been finalized. more than a thousand people in hawaii of forced from their homes after a volcanic eruption and a series of earthquakes. and americans are growing increasingly lonely and you may be surprised to find out who is the loneliest of all. the u.s. has announced a change in policy that could lead to the deportation of tens of thousands of
immigrants administration is ending a program that allowed them to stay in the united states military groups are calling this vision heartless reports from washington. fleeing violence and poverty in central america migrants gather at the us mexico border seeking asylum. for the last few weeks this so-called caravan of people is a trying to the attention of president donald trump he says the u.s. border is under siege and the immigration laws a week but to protect our families we must secure our borders and the good thing about the caravan people are watching people are watching you watch house horrible they're coming in from honduras they're coming in from other places they're taking this long trek up mexico. now the temporary protected status of fifty seven thousand on jurors living in the u.s. is set to wind. the program was set up to offer refuge for those whose countries
are ravaged by war and natural disasters and end of the program of legally lived and worked in the u.s. for decades democratic leader nancy pelosi released a statement that in part reads today's decision by the trumpet ministration to end temporary protected status is a cowardly assault on fifty seven thousand hondurans which will tear apart families and communities across america and joins aren't the only ones affected six out of the ten countries offered protection and to lose their status most are from one jurist el salvador and haiti it will wreck their lives it will lead to will destabilize their families it will separate their families because we are talking about people who have been living here for an average of eight to twenty years. they have deep roots in our communities critics say the trumpet ministration is all but running down a humanitarian program that began in one thousand nine hundred ninety one jordan's have been given an eighteen month extension but over the next two years almost four
hundred thousand people have been legally living in the u.s. for years will be told to leave and gallacher al-jazeera washington. the white house says president trump will meet south korean president moon j. in later this month discuss the upcoming talks between trump and north korean leader kim jong un says the date and location of the meeting have been finalized but gave no detail he had suggested it took could take place in the demilitarized zone like him in south korea's president held a historic summit last month we're having a very substantive talks with north korea and a lot of things have already happened with respect to the hostages and i think you're going to see very good things as i said yesterday state i think you're going to be seeing very very good thing. and also the trip is being scheduled we now have a date and we have a location will be announcing it. when we as ambassador to south korea christopher
hill led washington's delegation at six party talks on north korea he told us there are other issues to be decided head of the meeting. i would not focus too much on the venue i would focus on the fact that this is the first time you have a u.s. president meeting a north korean leader and the question is do they really know what they're going to talk about much less do they know what they're going to agree on normally in a high stakes summit like this you have a pretty clear understanding before the summit begins as to what the outcome is so far if there is such an understanding we're not privy to it the first thing i have a need to do is understand whether the north koreans are ready to give up their nuclear program there are some hints that john hunt us prepared to discuss giving up that if you have right now but that is not very specific the efforts that we had during the bush administration were to try to work on
a step by step basis finally however the talks broke down because north korea would not give the verification regime that capacity kind of international standards so from what i could tell there were near getting to the point of verifying for example that north korea's no longer produce and so tony i'm producing the solid material now what i can see they haven't gotten close to that so there needs to be an agreement on the steps to baltar example international inspectors these kinds of of issues and so a lot of work to do and it's unclear what they could really accomplish in the context of one meeting with respect to a process that could take several months even if that goes. as the u.s. who has had talks with pyongyang north and south korea going ahead with another display of reconciliation this time that times and has set for its clocks by half an hour to match its neighbor to the south kathy novak has more from cell. these
flowers in the center of seoul are symbolic of the renewed hope that many people here are feeling about this country's relationship with north korea the display depicts a map of a unified korea before this peninsula was divided into two countries korea was a japanese colony the legacy of that period is still a strain on japan's relationship with both koreas there's a reminder of that right here the former city hall was built during the time of japanese occupation so in two thousand and twelve the city government opened the new modern building behind it three years ago north korea made its own symbolic statement it set its clocks back by half an hour saying that pyongyang time would replace tokyo time which was imposed by what it called wicked japanese imperialists as a result pyongyang no longer shared a time zone with seoul either thank goodness korean leader kim jong un stepped over
the border and thirty minutes ahead in time a week ago state media says he felt it was painful to see two clocks on the wall of the summit venue indicating pyongyang and seoul times so he decided to realign the time zones as the first practical step for national reconciliation and unity. approve the koreas are to unify in the future the standard time should unify first is what you need this is just the beginning step by step maybe not in our generation but in the next year we will have unification south korea welcome to the move saying it represents a decision to remove the obstacles in the path to enter korean and the u.s. north korean exchanges and cooperation that are to come. well such reconciliation steps have given hope for peace but there's still plenty of tension especially near the border scuffles broke out with police on the south korean side when a north korean defector tried to send messages over the border has fallen to angry
reactions from simple. forces of the peace process it is kim jong un and would have agreed to end all hostile acts including sending leafless at the summit. and you know daughter kim jong only was threatening south korea and the whole world by creating a frightening atmosphere through cruel executions nuclear tests and missile launches however he has just suddenly suggested a fake dialogue and taken a position of hypocritical peace and all society has forgotten the evil essence of the kim dynasty and being carried away by a fake piece atmosphere. hawaii's big island which is dealing with a major volcanic eruption has been hit by a series of earthquakes more than a thousand people have been forced to leave their homes because of threats from lava flows and sulfuric gas and the hayward reports. in the heart of a residential area in hawaii molten lava pools down the road burning through woodland and sending smoke ash and rocks into the sky.
killer where up to death to several quakes were felt on hawaii. and hundreds of people living close by and now being told they have no choice they must leave their homes since it's right there behind our house we could hear this loud. exploding. right from the house and so you know there is a house going to still be there when we go back over there. the emergency services are now involved in a major incident trying to assess the scale of the eruption on the ground and in the air and how best to help those who live and work in it's path roads are being blocked talk to keep people out of the most dangerous areas there's a crack right there the road rage right here. helicopters smugglers stalker. all right so. they are one street over from
a lot of that. kid aware has been erupting continuously for more than thirty years but there's been more work to pity in recent days. it's. about fifteen kilometers away from where it had been in for roughly two and a half days are a high frequency of earthquakes it's not known how long this current eruption will last or why he's governor is urging people to stay safe. and the heywood. french president emanuel has attended a ceremony to mark thirty years since the hostage crisis in new caledonia twenty three people were killed in one nine hundred eighty eight after separatists kidnapped french security offices new caledonia has been a french territory since eight hundred fifty three visit as seen as a symbolic gesture towards reconciliation head of an independence referendum in november. under thomas was a ceremony. in one thousand nine hundred eight
a group of pro independence cannot command took more than twenty french policemen hostage in the process for the placement were killed while they were held two weeks in a cave two weeks later the french military right at that time even in the process of nineteen of those come out men were killed and this is where they were buried this is a memorial as well so those men all the time from call both men terrorists was the official position of the french government but on saturday president became the first french president to visit this site and and i very symbolic meeting that was all about reconciliation he planted a coconut tree to mark the respect between the french states and the people here. he also met with the families of all these men who died thirty years ago he gave them flowers and then walked down as the families placed. the flowers on this site
well out of that violence came a reconciliation process that was always going to take decades that was the plan was always going to end in an independence referendum and that is what is happening in the van but before that actually took place president macro felt it important to come here to fail there was a degree of welcome here and see that process through. still ahead on alex's palestinians say they'll keep up the pressure as hundreds of protesters are injured at gaza's border with israel plus. one hundred women reporting on the revelry lot of the reign of reading this thread. tried to reach the young moon. had i was going to have big showers now from the central philippines to vietnam
catching november borja that's a bit like yesterday for now that's the area to watch for the big dam poles sudden tide and include possibly singapore as well and up into the main part of thailand myanmar and vietnam which means most of indonesia though not all and not all the top but mostly dry picture that sort of ways it probably excluded by the time we get to sunday in australia the first proper snows fall in the alpine national park you can see it started skiing season possibly i mean is that cold front is responsible to be honest so following on behind it is not as warm as you might like but the sun's out as about ninety to twenty degrees in adelaide in melbourne warmer still but only just in perth the class coming in here the next frontal system will bring a few showers or but it rains through not become quite active in the blight on its way to adelaide come monday but the next couple of days we've got what did go through and that's the snow in new south wales on its way down to south and they
will be a mainly a picture of rain probably going to be some snow at the height on monday about some get to monday there's to be a bit of rain on the western side of south and otherwise it's a sunny and relatively warm picture. oh i'm counting the cost of drumming up business why saudi arabia is trying to lure foreign cash even as oil prices head high up the european union launches a new budget blueprint. plus a look at gold smuggling. drugs and the cost on al-jazeera.
and again you're watching al-jazeera has a reminder of our top stories this hour the u.s. announced a change in policy that could lead to the deportation of tens of thousands of them join immigrants donald trump is ending a program that gave them temporary refuge after a hurricane hit on any twenty years ago. the white house says president trump will meet south korean president moon j.n. later this month and discuss the upcoming talks between the u.s. president the north korean leader kim jong un says a date and location have been set for that meeting. and why it's big island which is dealing with a major volcanic eruption has been hit by a series of earthquakes more than a thousand people have been forced to leave their homes because of threat from the lava flows and so if your. aid workers in kenya say they've managed to help just
a course of the nearly fifty thousand families in need of shelter after weeks of torrential rain the red cross says it doesn't have enough money to fund its emergency operations andrew simmons traveled to hawaii and tunnel river county with one of the relief teams. good looks like a lake. yet this is the river town and it's consumed villages and lives. we changed course away from the river going deep into the bush. the mango trees full of fruit hardy. the birds make good out of most situations. but any illusion of normality is lost when you look through the clearing. was a seasonal stream has turned into this. the forces of nature of the water line that
still rising. on the shoreline ahead people who have walked for hours from higher land they've waited days for help to arrive no cheers no shouts no pushing but the need here is deep seated. it's not everywhere in the world where you'd find people so calm in a situation like this when they've been marooned for several days with absolutely nothing coming in until now but there are pockets of anger. here in that i have been here for three days waiting for the help i haven't received anything. in it i need it now. yes all the right saying that but again i can also help way come. because we've done what we can for now and asking more people to come and help us so that we can reach more people. and even
some of those getting their rations of food enough to give them basic shelter feel it's not enough this mother of eight is setting out on a two hour walk back to where she's living rough her home has been lost along with her life story oh i don't know my father was on i did i was on the i'm scared about my children the hungry they're exposed to the rains and because of that we're likely to fall sick for those left behind you can see it from their expressions they need help now along with so many others and even more remote places than this andrew simmons al-jazeera in kenya is ten a river county the united arab emirates has sent more soldiers to the yemeni island of soko trying to spite condemnation from the government. troops forced yemeni forces to leave kilo cations on a steep important territory in the arabian sea a saudi delegation has been sent to mediate the crisis was yemeni government officials are also currently on the island
at least three hundred fifty people have been injured three of them critically and fighters protested israel's border with gaza israeli forces again fired live ammunition and palestinians demonstrating near the fence i force it reports from gaza. six fridays now more than forty killed and over a thousand shot and wounded and still protesters face off against the israeli army at gaza's border fence as last week there appeared to be some coordination ahead of time scores of young men and boys rolled tires to be burned at specific locations providing a smoke screen from israeli snipers. emerging from the smoke until i guess a senior official of islamic jihad promising an escalation of these protests as they approach the fourteenth of may seventy years since israel declared statehood and the day the u.s. is moving its embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem will we see it clearly ok that the next days the next for a this is the we have
a good message also from. the continue of them is that it should make the worse people was eating or the boys to see what. israel continues to accuse islamic jihad and especially hamas which controls gaza of using the protests as cover for what it calls terrorist activity proximately seven thousand palestinians participated in these riots we had several attempts to cross the technical fence and to throw molotov cocktails and other terrorist devices against israeli troops. here comes more tear gas there's been a lot of tires being burned just behind which people have been gathering some of been using slingshots to throw stones and here comes the tear gas in response from the israeli side. as people massed at a second location south of the main protest site the tear gas police intensified. as did the sound of live ammunition billon says departing with greater frequency.
the protesters have seen this for weeks now dozens dead and hundreds injured even the wounded keep coming back and abed was shot in both legs during the first demonstration on the thirtieth of march. i'm ready to go back to the israeli border to tell the world that this is our right and that we should get our land returned to us as soon as i recover i'll join the protest again. the head of gaza's mental health committee says the deadly sniper fire is so far having little the terror and effect would that increase the anger among people or that may make them more scared you know and more scared of what the most scary thing that people are scared off as their daily life conditions you know what he or she have to do. and live this moment come give them the right to speak in seven goes at the only car do crossing from israel protesters going into the gaza side of the vicinity the israeli military said they damaged pipelines that carry fuel and gas into the strip kind of student sources said the damage could run into the millions of dollars and take
weeks to repair. that al-jazeera. israel's defense minister has rejected an apology from palestinian leader mahmoud abbas calling him a holocaust denier about said he's sorry for suggesting the persecution of european jews as racist the professions not their religion he says backtracked saying it was not his intention to offend and he fully respects the jewish faith. at least three gunmen and one civilian have been killed in fighting in india been said kashmir that happened in the city of gars demonstrators tried to prevent security forces arresting separatist forces so his main opposition party has named as his presidential candidate at a rally in ankara and his first speech and promise to struggle for democracy and be a president for. three other smaller parties are also backing him he will take place on the twenty fourth of june a year and a half ahead of schedule the president. called
a snap election last month. the world's chemical weapons watchdog is considering a french offer that would enable it to assign blame for chemical attacks. can only determine whether an attack with a banned substance has taken place not who carried it out it comes as the czech president and misses his country had tested a substance that britain alleges was used to poison a former russian spy on its soil. allegations the czech republic had produced novacek the nerve agent used in service cripple and his daughter. i have drawn this conclusion was produced and tested here though in a small amount and then destroyed we know where and we know when it's a park received to pretend like none of this happened. the head of. has resigned after the airline's french staff rejected a pay deal more than half the workers voted against the offer that would have given
them seven percent salary increase over the next four years that demanding an increase of five point one percent this year a series of strikes in recent weeks of cost the airline more than three hundred million dollars. and you study in the u.s. suggests americans are growing increasingly lonely nearly half the participants that they feel alone isolated or left out at least some of the time i was there as gabriel is on their reports from new york. a person off in the distance alone in their thoughts sitting in a park in darkness a portrait of a man walking in the snow all by himself a young man playing basketball with nobody else around all pictures of people in new york in situations of solitude perhaps loneliness. to court a sick polish photographers snapped the pictures he says he can relate to the subjects he moved to new york city four years ago knew almost no one and discovered
many people suffered from loneliness just by chance many of his photographs were of people alone you know you come here and you are busy with your work life and then you realize that all your family all your friends and social life and then many ways is behind and i was used to it but i talked to a lot of people a lot of new york is here my friends are strangers. and the theme of loneliness just kept coming back according to a study sponsored by cigna the global health an insurance company americans are alarmingly lonely and being alone can bring about serious health risks. research has been done that has shown loneliness the linked to heart disease diabetes depression substance use and other chronic illnesses as well the study was focused on the u.s. researchers say the numbers are similar in other parts of the world but perhaps what stood out most in the study young people between each gene and twenty two
years old scored higher than any other age group in the loneliness survey horrible or lonely than people seventy two and older researchers aren't exactly sure why but they say high social media consumption does not help. we've all seen it a million times young people in parks like this and instead of sitting next to family and friends and talking they're hunched over their phones like this checking social media in social media is very anti-social as for luke or does he is not trying to start a social commentary about loneliness with his pictures he simply discovered taking pictures of people usually showed more often than not the people were alone gabriels on doe new york. our votes are taking place around the world to mark the two hundredth anniversary of the birth of col marks the philosopher and
revolutionary socialist was born in eight hundred eighteen inch air in western germany up in the shadow of the french revolution joining a movement that challenge political and cultural establishments the radical nature of his writings saw him expelled from germany france and belgium is best remembered for his two works the communist manifesto and das kapital in which he laid out his views on the capitalist system the sixty four year old did not live to see his ideas carried out in his lifetime although his writings have formed the theoretical base for more than international communism the bison teller events that have been officially launched at a ceremony in cheers basilica. reports. can marks is everywhere intrigue here his face is on posters his name is on street signs his image is even on the traffic lights tourists are flocking to the house where he was born and to coincide with the bicentenary three new exhibitions are opening here to examine
marx's life and his pioneering work in political theory and economics marxist this week and marx is such an important thinker because he connected an analyst society and a developing capitalist production in a way no one else did so intensively it is especially dark connection so significant even though it now seems self-evident and we can learn to do the same thing today our circumstances because we live in complicated times translated into dozens of languages marx's communist manifesto change the world it inspired revolutions in china russia cambodia and cuba and profoundly influenced modern day social democrats across europe and beyond his prediction the communism would inevitably overthrow capitalism has since been proved wrong but marx is analysis of the unequal relationship between workers and capitalist bosses remains relevant to this day. germany has a somewhat ambivalent attitude towards marx but interest has embraced in
a way that the man himself may not have appreciated the bicentennial of the godfather of communism is actually turning into something of a capitalist bonanza for the town of true here in the souvenir shops as a whole variety of comics products on sale comic books comics clearings a money box a mug even a column marx rubber duck here look a column marked wine naturally it's a red wine perhaps this image appropriation proves that his analysis was actually correct evidence that material he would see his theories is being confirmed because he wrote that everything becomes good so merchandise and capitalism now here in south has become the dice marx's image is certainly iconic his profile instantly recognizable of marx's funeral friedrich engels eulogized his name will enjoy through the ages and so also will his work it certainly has paul brennan al-jazeera .
without is there are these are top stories for us as announce a change in policy that could lead to the deportation of tens of thousands of one german emigrants donald trump is ending a program that gave them temporary refuge after a hurricane hit one jurist daily twenty years ago. the white house says donald trump will meet south korean president later this month and discuss the upcoming talks between the u.s. president and north korean leader kim jong il trance as a date and location have been set for their meeting. we're having very substantive talks with north korea and a lot of things have already happened with respect to the hostages and i think you're going to see very good things as i said yesterday if they do i think you're going to be seeing very very good thing. and also the trip is being scheduled we now have a date and we have
a location will be announcing. the united arab emirates says that more soldiers to the remote yemeni island of so culture despite condemnation from the government. troops forced yemeni forces to leave some locations on the territory in the arabian sea delegation has been sent to me th the crisis french president emmanuel macron has attended a ceremony to mark thirty years since the hostage crisis in new caledonia twenty three people were killed in one nine hundred eighty eight off the separatists kidnapped french security officers a wise big island which is dealing with a major volcanic eruption has been hit by a series of earthquakes more than a thousand people have been forced to leave their homes because of threats from lava flows and soft. it workers in kenya say they've reached and the a quarter of delhi fifty thousand families in need of shelter after weeks of torrential rain is estimated that more than one hundred people have been killed as
the flooding gets worse the red cross says it doesn't have enough money to cover its emergency operations. the head of air france has resigned after the airline's french staff rejected a pay deal more than half the workers voted against the offer that would have given them a seven percent salary increase over the next four years demanding an increase of five point one percent this year there's all the headlines more news here on al-jazeera after counting the cost.