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a zero. this is al jazeera. i'm richelle carey this is the news hour live from doha coming up in the next sixty minutes a military coup attempt fails and a ball with two of those involved killed and five arrested after the state radio station is stormed. president are of on tells the u.s. that its pullout of troops from syria must be carefully planned and coordination with others. sudan says eight hundred people have been arrested since anti-government protests began last month but at least nineteen people dead at the end rest. and u.s.
president refuses to back down over his demands for a wall was he prepares to address the nation and visit the border with mexico. about his government says that it retain control after an attempt to overthrow the president who is undergoing medical treatment in morocco soldiers took over the state radio station and on rape but security forces stormed the building and killed two of them arresting the coup leader and four others alleged to be involved nicholas hawke has more. lieutenant calley from the presidential guards burst into the national radio and television center calling for a popular uprising against president. the eagerly awaited day has arrived when the army has decided to put itself on the side of the people in order to save kept on from chaos if you're eating stop if you're having a drink stop if you're sleeping wake up wake up your neighbors rise up as one and
take control of the street. outside gunshots electricity in the internet are shut down as get any special forces stormed the building in a statement the government spokesman says calm has returned the situation is under control the african union in france which maintains nine hundred troops in the country have condemned the attempted coup president is in morocco seeking treatment after suffering a stroke last october and his new year's address to the nation he appeared frail a time slurring his words. go took over power in two thousand and nine after the death of his father who had ruled the country for forty one years. during the two thousand and sixteen presidential election the bongo dynasty was challenged their opposition leader jumping to claim victory but the constitutional court ruled in favor of congo in an interview with al jazeera after the court's ruling he said he
was accountable to the people i was the candidate of equal chance you know giving really every guy when he has a chance to really make it i'm not the i'm not the candidate you know or to restore privileges and yet high unemployment and a sluggish economy heavily reliant on oil exports have made life more difficult and costly many young people are now calling for change seeing their leader as absent and distant everything is crisis education health care and everything so they young people want to do something about it armed vehicles are now patrolling the streets of the capital the movie but with this latest coup attempt the bongo dentist his hold on power seems fragile and uncertain because hawk al jazeera i mean miller has covered. our. after an absence of more than two months from after suffering a stroke in october last year the new year's eve message by president other bongo
certainly wasn't enough to allay fears that he was incapable of running the country at least for the a group of soldiers who attempted a coup in the early hours of monday morning bongo has been out of the country their concerns around what is happening just who is running cobol and some moves are made towards the end of twenty eighteen to change the constitution to allow some powers to be transferred to the prime minister and vice president this of course is field of further anger from opposition parties to who though say they have nothing to do with the school that taken place who attempted coup rather and now the government responded to this move by soldiers from the republican guard who took over a radio station they responded with they responded by arresting at least five of them and killing two others the. this reaction from the government
was quite swift the company's government saying that its restored order and this is not anything to worry about despite some of the grievances we've heard coming out of bonn by people who say that the economy is in tatters that the unemployment and poverty levels are too high and that a politically specifically the bongo family has benefited from the country's oil riches kabban a government would now most likely be looking towards the army specifically if there are any divisions within it just how far the discontent goes and if this poses any further threats there wasn't very much public support it would appear to this attempted coup it appears reports indicate a few. two hundred people coming out into the streets but this attempted coup essentially quelled very quickly by the government. as an analyst for west and
central africa with the global concerns a consultancy that is control risks he believes the coup was driven in part by president ali baba's condition during his new year's message you have a president has not been in the country for the past two plus month a president who you know we've seen very few photos and pictures of him and so there's credible allegations as to his health status and his ability to run the country i think the government until now has done you know been able to maintain some sort of status quo you know we've seen pictures of the president he was able to deliver his speech on new year's eve and so they're essentially able to keep the status quo and to keep a sense of business as usual but they are you know legitimate questions as to what his actual health status is which was fueled by his his conditions during his new year's message and just in the long term whether he's actually able to run the country and that is
a question that will remain until you know there is tension proof that he is well and he is able to rule essentially. as president ratchet type of god has praised donald trump's decision to withdraw u.s. troops from syria internet opinion piece in the new york times going on said the pullout must be done carefully he says only turkey can provide the leadership in the region to create stability earthier if the u.s. pullout will pave the way for a turkish assault against american allied kurdish fighters in northern syria away mann leverett is a former u.s. diplomat she joins us live from washington d.c. hillary it's always good to talk to you so who is. audience who is he speaking to. i think he's speaking to president donald trump and he needs to do so because the national security adviser john bolton who has been in israel is now going to turkey and we know that security advisor bolton has a very different view of turkey of syria of israel then then president urged on and
even president trump so early on i think is trying to establish or continue to build on his direct channel to president trump through his phone calls through an op ed in the new york times and newspaper that donald trump reads i think his his audience is the one and only president turn up is is he right about the way he positions turkey's role in the future of the region what is he what is he positioning or angling for well i think what everyone is trying to do and i think with the help of some some very skillful advisors who understand the american policy dynamic and understand washington quite well i think what erdogan is trying to do is to present turkey as the credible partner for the united states in syria and more broadly in the middle east that the united states may have wanted to work more closely with russia when trump was first elected but the u.s. policy toward russia has all but collapsed under the weight of the domestic
investigations here and that. cannot work with with iran because he's boxed himself in so much with iran the other key player in syria and so really turkey is the only player in turkey i think under present president want is trying to present itself as credible as a player that the united states can work with as a major nato ally as an important country and a country that trump can work with so i think this this op ed was directed toward trying but also provides a bit of what we might call window dressing to dress it up for for the congress.