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years on the syrian still feel battered for even those who managed to escape their countries have been truly unable to escape the world. singapore's summit is over but the talking continues the u.s. meets south korea and japan to discuss the deal trump made with kim. a landmark trial this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up the battle of ahead data coalition forces launched an operation to retake the gammy port city despite aid agencies warning of a human catastrophe plus. standing up for guns on the un adopts a resolution condemning excessive israeli force against palestinians and they are
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right. football fever in the russia as this is world cup host get ready for the kickoff in just a few hours time. state is in seoul where he's been briefing south korea's president on tuesday a meeting between donald trump and north korea's leader kim jong un. has also met the foreman says of south korea and japan comes concession to end military drills with seoul calls america's two biggest allies in the asia pacific region off gone south korea's foreign minister called the summit a turning point in denuclearizing the korean peninsula. this is the first time that the higher stuff after north korea promised the president of the united states to
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route twelve it's the complete denuclearization of the korean peninsula which we believe there stirred the pullet political momentum for action to resolve the north korean nuclear issue secondly we should be understanding that the june twelfth summit is not the end but a new beginning tourers a denuclearized and peace for the korean peninsula. as autocross pondered now wayne hay joins us live from seoul so when in many ways the hard work begins now does that trying to put some flesh on those rather bare bones of the summit declaration . yes well clearly the declaration between donald trump and kim jong il in singapore was fairly vague we were told to not expect too many details ahead of that summit in the way of concrete deals or anything like that but it was extremely light on detail and i think this trip by mike pompei o the u.s.
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secretary of state not just to solve but he's also going to beijing after his visit to the south korean capital is about giving some more details to president mungy in to the foreign ministers of south korea and japan and china as well and also to perhaps ease some concerns that they have been raised about that summit in singapore particularly after that media conference when donald trump appeared to give away quite a lot there's been concern perhaps that there would be a phased approach to denuclearize ation for example which is something that the u.s. has always said will not happen that they want to complete denuclearization before there will be any sort of relief offered to north korea will might in this media conference in the last few minutes when to address some of those concerns and he said that they will be no economical sanctions relief until complete denuclearization is complete he said there will be no phased approach when it comes
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to denuclearization and he said that the north korean korean leader kim jong un was made aware of that in the meeting with donald trump in singapore and you mentioned their way of the u.s. does i mean laterally to halt military exercises in south korea. yes well i think this is probably a case of two different scenarios there may have been some tough questions behind closed doors perhaps mainly from the south korean president jay into my pompei o about why they were not told in advance that this was going to happen that donald trump was going to as he says end the war games with south korea because that provocative and they too expensive the south korean foreign minister in the last few moments really played down those concerns saying that they were not discussed a lot in their trilateral meeting this morning and that it was really when it comes to the military alliance
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a matter for the military to discuss but there were some concerns about this issue raised again by japan's foreign minister we understand that any exercise is contingent upon the p ok action new creation we also understand that united states maintains its commitment to defend our allies in japan u.s. security commitment and u.s. forces in japan poster remain unchanged in any case we would like to maintain close contact with them since these issues may also affect the security of the region so that is the japanese foreign minister talking about that announcement from donald trump in singapore that the joint military exercises between the u.s. and south korea would come to an indian he said that those military exercises this is the japanese foreign minister play an essential role in security in the region
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so i suspect even though they are saying that this was not a big part of the trilateral talks on thursday morning i suspect that this may well be an issue that we'll hear more about in the coming days and weeks absolutely ok for the moment i mean thanks for joining us there the latest from seoul. now the saudi a morass a coalition fighting in yemen has begun a large scale offensive to take control of the port city of her data from hoofy rebels that despite u.n. warnings of catastrophic humanitarian consequences the security council will hold an emergency meeting in the next twenty four hours to discuss the situation the red sea ports is yemen's second largest and an important point of entry for age shipments intense airstrikes of hitler case in south of the data they say they responded by launching missiles at a coalition ship the rebels seized her data in two thousand and fourteen. has more . a major military operation is underway
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yemeni government troops are on the move to take the port of her data from the rebels warplanes and warships of the saudi emirate coalition have also launched strikes on the city and reinforcements are joining soldiers on the ground for what many say is a decisive battle for control over northern yemen but they do tell of that they are here on our way to for data and we will liberate it from the we are determined to celebrate you and mark the end of ramadan there. daters seaports is a vital lifeline for the whole thesis the sardis say that's where the shia rebels get weapons smuggled in from iran that denied by both and the host the united nations fearing what a spokesman called a bloodbath if the data was attacked by coalition forces has proposed and you deal
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that would see houthi as hand over the support to the un but that wasn't accepted the bourse also a vital lifeline for millions of civilians caught up in the war and aid agencies are now warning of where your money to. catastrophe they say supply routes for urgently needed aid will be caught and more than a quarter of a million lives are at risk the fact that we have more military operations going on will just exacerbate the situation which means that not enough we entered for the entire population of human we have already today eighty percent of the yemeni people who rely heavily on humanitarian aid. the war in yemen has already claimed tens of thousands of lies mostly civilians many have died of hunger and disease but the fighting has gone on so far none of the attempts to have an. old house
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succeeded none of the players are working together or the most of the players so they can bring your money to the table the saudi coalition leads the campaign to drive the whole things out of the data and to give any capital and reinstate the government of president. of the rebels' remained defiant firing blistering besides into saudi arabia and bahrain today in the capital to the. research and fellow at georgetown university and she says both sides are prepared to fight to the bitter end which would be disastrous for civilians. i think it became very clear when former president i got the muscle that was built by the host these that this war is going to have to end militarily because. he's and the saudis
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having to have a clear victory and i think that's a problem because when you talk about you know twenty seven million people now are saying that yemen it's twenty nine million people we're letting you know what we're letting the egos of big countries come in the way and i think that both sides want to come out as victors that so there's no comparison and there are powers saudi arabia the u.a.e. are more powerful however the who is on the ground have proved that they don't care about civilian life just as much and would rather engage in a fight to death since there are no peace talks on the table and the worry here as about the yemeni people caught in between the us. here and general assembly has passed a non-binding resolution condemning israel for using excessive force against palestinian protesters in gaza israeli soldiers have shot dead at least one hundred twenty nine demonstrates is at the border since march mike hanna reports from the united nations the general assembly is now voting members of the general assembly prepared
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to vote the resolution aimed at the protection of the palestinian civilian population against what it calls excessive force but it took a long debate and several procedural votes forced by the u.s. to get to this point earlier intent on making hamas accountable the u.s. had introduced an amendment accusing him us of being the prominent actor in the ongoing violence but this was opposed by the sponsors of the original resolution who called for a vote on the amendment to be denied this attempt to obstruct a vote on an amendment proposed by the united states is shameful i call on all member states to oppose this motion and vote no sixty two voted in favor of the amendments fifty eight against but the general assembly president ruled a two thirds majority was needed. the stick by the us and yet another vote was held to gauge whether there was a simple majority support for the u.s.
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position there was not essentially supporting the two thirds rule by seventy eight votes against fifty nine confirming the us amendments had failed to pass all of you are a very sophisticated diploma you know the real thing and you know the games and the gimmicks and we trust you fully to do that i think and to sift between those who try for the last minute for expediency to fool who by introducing amendments and these are in bad faith because they are not genuine the original resolution was vigorously attacked by israel by thier boarding the from evolution you are empowering the math over the past two months we have heard from some of the war the war a friend of about the thought called the palestinian great mileage of return if melania the head of the hamas president eduard one of turkey and other of. the support for
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the the tax against these were but to no avail when the vote was finally taken it was passed by a substantial majority one hundred twenty members voted in favor forty five abstained and only eight including the united states opposed while these general assembly votes are largely symbolic this one has some teeth it calls on the secretary general to look into how best to protect palestinian civilians to look at the viability of an international protection force and to report back to the general assembly within sixty days. underlying the sense of urgency and mental powers serious the crisis on the ground since the current round of protests began more than one hundred palestinians have been killed over ten thousand injured many by directed sniper fire mike hanna al-jazeera united nations. so
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ahead on out there i'm joined a hole in rome where the government is embroiled in a diplomatic standoff with france so brits migration policy while hundreds of refugees and migrants turned away from italy head to spain. and a deal to resolve an unusual diplomatic dispute hits a stumbling block. still no sign of any useful rainfall across southwestern parts of the u.s. the lively showers severe storms actually easing across the plains just making the way a little further a switch so you can see a fair bit of cloud all the way back towards colorado we could deal with the rain here cools the water fire blazing away it's heavy showers down towards the
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panhandle maybe northwards of fats into georgia alabama little bit about whether they're just around the carolinas twenty celsius in d.c. and also into new york a sticky thirty celsius there for a little more cloud just around the upper midwest come into central parts generally clear skies blue skies mainly here eighteen celsius for seattle it should be largely fine and dry western sort of kind of that doesn't look too bad little bit of wet weather just sliding out of alberta making its way east within that rain may well pep up as it pushes through meditative a sketch of what is some parts of canada hot dry twenty five celsius there for ottawa forty six in new york still the showers down to. was a coward linus but hopefully not as heavy as of late meanwhile we've got some very heavy rain into western parts of the caribbean lots of cloud showing up here and of course we keeping a very close eye on tropical storm now heading. history
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. of life. they. created from the stimulus population. fighting for their land. fight for independence from the perhaps. chronically turbulent still struggling to understand. the history of the revolution on algis you. know again you're watching out there as reminder of our top stories this hour the
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u.s. south korea and japan have agreed to work together to ensure north korea gives up its nuclear weapons state my pompei was been briefing the two asian allies on president donald trump's meeting with north korea's leader on tuesday. fighting in yemen has launched a major offensive to take control of the port city of data from the field rebels that's despite warnings of catastrophic humanitarian consequences. the un general assembly has passed a non-binding resolution condemning israel over the recent violence on its border with gaza the recent flare up as one hundred twenty nine palestinians killed by israeli forces a similar arab backed resolution was vetoed by the u.s. at the security council. haiti has banned from great britain from operating in the country after its staff was accused of sexual misconduct haitian government says the charity has violated laws and people's dignity has alleged that some aid
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workers including a former country director use prostitutes whilst working there after the twenty ten quake. well the nine hundred refugees and migrants who were rescued by the italian coast guard of right in the port of cateye me a in sicily it happened as france criticised italy's new government for refusing to allow foreign rescue boat to dock that vessel has been forced to head to spain with more than six hundred refugees on board and a whole reports from rome. disembarking in italy nine hundred thirty two migrants and refugees rescued in the mediterranean by the italian coast guard on the crossing from the libyan coast among their number more than two hundred miners and two dead bodies. heading instead to spain hundreds more on the ngo rescue ship aquarius the italian government believes it's borne the brunt of this crisis alone for long enough and international rescue vessels like aquarius
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now banned from italy it says an invitation to people smugglers and this is what it amounts to in practice file pictures of the u.s.s. trent on a navy vessel currently on patrol in the med with forty shipwreck survivors on board and twelve dead bodies it's unable to transfer them to a german rescue vessel because italy won't give them safe harbor real time consequences real lives at stake. facing criticism from n.g.o.s the u.n. and some fellow e.u. members the italian government is unbending the far right leader now interior minister tells selvin who authored this change of policy has shot back at the french president for calling it cynical and irresponsible salvini his view that's pure hypocrisy here's what he told the italian senate that request. from january first into the end of may moment ten thousand people have been turned back from france into italy in very occasionally dream to twenty fifteen france
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agreed to take in one thousand eight hundred migrants instead it's taken six hundred forty so i asked president micron to take in one thousand migrants tomorrow morning in the show of real generosity not just words. meanwhile civil society has been joined by civic society in pushing back the mayor of palermo in sicily is among a number of mayors declaring their cities remain open to all we remember our grandfather we remember called remember relatives and we remember that. difficult as when their way back when they were in germany where this is for america too because of that the human being there will not be italy has a proud post in which immigration played a major part but he needs a future perhaps less so join a whole al-jazeera wrote. thousands of macedonians are showing their support for
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the president after he said he broke a deal with greece on changing the country's name. i gave even off says the deal violates the constitution and greece the government the government of prime minister alexis the press may face a no confidence vote on the issue speak to the two neighbors has been an obstacle to macedonia joining nato and the u. joints roughly says the latest from the greek capital athens. the conservative opposition leader in athens has called this a bad agreement he believes that accepting the master in language in the master and in ethnicity are simply not acceptable national concessions that is what he said in a statement after the agreement was outlined by the prime minister he believes also that the government doesn't have the political legitimacy to conclude this agreement internationally because it is not supported by the governments two new coalition partners without that partner the government doesn't have
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a majority in parliament over in skopje the president has said he would not sign this agreement if parliament passed it and sent it to his office for counter signature but that is not the intention of prime ministers or in. serving the market only or what he has said he intends to do is put the agreement to a referendum by the people if that is successful he would then ask parliament to make necessary constitutional amendments which would accommodate the agreement therefore the president would no longer have any constitutional grounds for rejecting it argentina's congress has begun debating whether to legalize abortion hundreds of people gathered outside parliament and one azeris was the session is taking place it's an issue this deeply divided a country that remains strongly implants by the catholic church arson in law only allows abortions in cases of rape or when a woman's life is at risk bolivian university students have clashed with police during a protest in the city of la paz police fired tear gas and shot water cannon was
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protesters responded by throwing rocks students and staff are demanding wage increases and financial aid public anger has been growing over expenditure on the new government palace and the president's trip to russia for the world cup. this media company comcast which owns the n.b.c. television network and the universal film brand has been sixty five billion dollars for twenty first century fox it all except for a showdown with walt disney which storage he knocked on his own multibillion dollar bid for the same assets the move from comcast comes just one day after a judge cleared eighty and take over a time warner john hendren has more. comcast is offering sixty five billion dollars for the movie and television assets of twenty first century fox that outbids disney which had previously offered fifty two billion dollars at stake are the global television channels such as national geographic satellite television
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networks sky in europe star in india and the hulu streaming service which is number three after amazon and netflix why is this all happening now because a day earlier on tuesday u.s. judge ruled that eighteen t.v. could go ahead with its eighty five billion dollars bid for time warner the trump administration had objected on antitrust grounds saying it was too much media in one set of hands but a judge overruled that saying it could go ahead that seems to have begun to set off merger mania media companies want to go vertical they want to marry content with distribution that's a model created by amazon and netflix which started out doing distribution and then created their own content that's a model everybody is now competing with so what could happen now well comcast could simply win with its bid disney could make a counteroffer and win or the two companies could split the assets of time warner the time warner board will meet on june twentieth to consider the offers person is remembering the victims of the ground full time the twenty four story building in
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london was less top and green than on a of the seventy two people killed a year ago and they started in a kitchen and spread quickly because the town had flammable cladding on the outside the tragedy raised questions about whether social housing residents were being neglected by councils and the government police have launched a criminal investigation. now for the first time three countries will host the football world cup the u.s. canada and mexico beat out the rock over hosting duties in twenty twenty six the bulls governing body favor voted for the joint bid as annual congress in russia twenty twenty six twenty minutes will be bigger than elvis had a feature forty eight teams instead of thirty two.
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and in just a few hours' time one of the biggest and most expensive football world cups ever will begin in russia present that in a person his fans from around the world will get a nice taste of the country where talents has more. the fans are arriving football chancer reverberating around city squares one of the biggest sporting parties in the world is upon us once again yes that was yes it was eight years ago that fever announced the two thousand and eighteen host would be russia amid allegations of corruption in the world cup bidding process nevertheless by the may putin was pleased enough to accept with a rare speech in english been fully believe me in the least and clear fine. you can eat the meat with you but we will be no sure we'll get. do that this still. world cup moments is now here russian
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business news site estimates the full cost fourteen point two billion dollars and for that putin gets a chance to generate some much needed goodwill for the country because internationally russia has something of a reputation problem the annexation of crimea and the war in eastern ukraine the sports doping scandal allegations a russian interference in the foreign elections the poisoning of a former spy and his daughter in england all these and more the list of perceived transgressions is long enough that political analyst under a kolesnikov suspects any world cup image boost will be limited to the home front. it's extremely important to to make such a gift to a domestic audience but for four in the audience russia will not change its image as a toxic toxic paul or toxic country. because there were so many
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events of other kinds that even the good organization of. can change and i'm sure. as he spoke at the feet of congress on wednesday putin made it clear hosting the world cup isn't just about pleasing russians or international politics it's about giving visit is the best impression of russia to. our goal is that all our guests from football stars to simple fans feel the hospitality in cordiality about people that they learn the authentic multinational culture and unique nature of russia and that they would like to come back to us again it's something he's tried before four years ago russia hosted the winter olympics in sochi the region was flooded with cash to smarten it up for all the visitors for the world cup that's been done on a much wider scale in total eleven world cup cities have received investment money from the huge metropolises of moscow and st petersburg to smaller cities like rants and some model the aim is to get fans and money to parts of the country far off the
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usual tourist trail. making sure visitors get a russian experience is something that's filtered into the choice of this year's official world cup instrument see these. and there are not dates on the plate in traditional russian folk music the sound of a full stadium banging these together. it's something you're going to hear a lot of in the weeks to come. for visitors to have the best possible time here of course involved keeping them safe at the european championship two years ago in france violent clashes between english and russian friends were broadcast around the world since then russian police have come down hard on local hooligans they want no repeat of such violence here and you're a security measures such as a strictly controlled id system are in place to prevent bombs and other attacks for a month the eyes of the world will be on russia everything has to go smoothly rory
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talons al-jazeera moscow. and a massive dust storm on mars of but not as opportunity rover risk scientists hope it will survive the storm which is expected to completely encircled the red planet in the coming days opportunity is powered by solar panels and they're likely to be deprived of sunlight that could be weeks or even months until the sky clears enough the sunlight to reach the martian surface. you know about is there are these are our top stories u.s. south korea and japan have agreed to work together to ensure north korea gives up its nuclear weapons he was actually a state my pompei always been briefing the two asian allies on present old times meeting with north korea's leader on tuesday the south korea's foreign minister called the summit a turning point this is the first time that the higher stuff after north
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korea promised the president of the united states to really it's the complete denuclearization of the korean peninsula which we believe how best there stirred the polish political momentum for action to resolve the north korean nuclear issue . secondly. understanding that the june twelfth summit is not the end but new beginning tour is a denuclearized and peace for the korean peninsula. saudi m.r.c. coalition fighting in yemen has launched an offensive to take the port city of head data from hoofy rebels. that despite u.n. warnings of catastrophic humanitarian consequences the security council will hold an emergency meeting in the next twenty four hours to discuss the situation today it is the main entry point for aid for millions of starving yemenis. the un general assembly has passed a non-binding resolution condemning israel for using excessive force against
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palestinian protesters in gaza israeli soldiers have shot dead at least one hundred twenty nine demonstrators at the border since march a similar hour about resolution was vetoed by the u.s. at the security council haiti has banned great britain from operating in the country after its staff were accused of sexual misconduct the haitian government said the charity had violated laws and people's dignity and it's alleged that some aid workers including a former country director use prostitutes whilst working there after the two thousand and ten earthquake seven oxfam staff have since resigned or have been fired. with all the headlines news continues here on al-jazeera after p.l.o. history of a revolution. you
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stand the differences. and the similarities of cultures across the world. al-jazeera. in one thousand nine hundred forty eight the state of israel was proclaimed. palestine was lost. sixteen years later in one thousand nine hundred sixty four the palestine liberation organization or the p.l.o. was founded. made up of different factions the p.l.o. has been at the heart of the struggle to regain palestine ever since. the little. settingup an independent palestinian organization was.


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