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i don't. see. where and three. pakistan's prime minister calls for dialogue over the latest tensions in kashmir but warns india against any attack. player watching al-jazeera live from a headquarters in doha and fully backed people also ahead sixteen u.s. states filed a lawsuit against president donald trump for declaring an emergency over the border
wall. we are here to for claim a new day is coming to black america. venezuelan opposition leader juan bligh doe donald trump issues a warning to the military and the mystery of the missing painting where is one of the world's most famous and expensive otway. pakistan's prime minister has rejected india's accusations that his country is behind cobham attack in the disputed kashmir region more than forty indian security personnel were killed in a televised address to the nation in the past hour imran khan has said he's ready to cooperate with the investigation and asks for evidence suggesting pakistani involvement he says he wants dialogue with india but he is also warning of retaliation if india launches any a tux. also today i am offering the indian government thought what of
a vista cation you do in this case that suggests the involvement of any pakistani we are ready to cooperate with you if you have any actionable intelligence that provide us with it will take action and it's not because we are there pressure but because they are enemies of pakistani because they go against our interest. india's top military commander in the disputed kashmir region blamed pakistan's spy agency for the attack forty one indian pile military soldiers were killed in those explosion the pakistan based on him hommage said it was behind the attack the complete attack and the call made last match to me reported stolen by his face in the jail from across the border but it happened in the local content in the middle of a recession so we had to leave our very clear anyone who enters this year will not go to collate in detail so our focus is very clear that evolution will be speaking
to mail in new delhi in just a moment but for us to come out in islamabad come on very conciliatory tone from the pakistani prime minister but also a firm one just how difficult a balancing act this is for iran khan. we're live theater member. has always been favored over dialogue with a complaint that every time pakistan talks about dialogue the indians raised the issue of. budgets gone with a whip to most hated them for a while fifty seven need to be but they had been that it didn't interest of pakistan. militants to go across the border attack india at any rate it is nor in the interest of pakistan that dictated if you would other countries to our budgets don said they. need to have
a big. so it would not be over any benefit for bugger started to carry out such a deadly attack. on conference and pakistan he also said that india has to look at the reality. that there was a huge crisis and it has to be. of course imran khan as you mentioned also giving a stern warning. take it lying little in case there was any retaliation for that attack yeah indeed he issued a stern warning but has also said that pakistan is ready to cooperate with india in the investigation just how high today risk of escalation in this crisis. well it appears that right now it is up to india what it is going to do the ball is in the core dave and. india was acting at the judge jury and they.
are going into ground realities so it's re different to judge warden there is thinking obviously that limited options for india run contrary it dating that it's very easy to start a wall but almost impossible to end it and of course everybody knows across the board in india as relevant bog standard any wall or any confrontation between these two countries would be catastrophic for ball thank you for that come out for us in islamabad let's cross over to new delhi now and face phases come on said that the ball now seems to be in india's court how will the indian government respond to this call for dialogue from pakistan's prime minister. well they will likely take this very skeptically imraan hahn has said that they're open to an investigation but there has been investigations in the past in two
thousand and sixteen there was an attack against the baton military base and box on the investigators are invited to come but nothing really came out of that that satisfied both countries iran also said that it's not in their best interest to have these groups that threatened by india in their territory but the reality is that many groups in pakistan there are many groups that have said just that including the group jaish e mohammad that claimed responsibility for thursday's attack imran khan also said that this is new pakistan but new pockets on has an old problem its military influence the military there has overthrown the government and run the country several times in its history so even of iran hons government says they won't support any military or any rebel groups it's really has limited influence on who knew how or what the military there supports yeah and that's what's happening in pakistan but what about what's happening internally in india how much pressure is prime minister to take action after there this incident in kashmir we have heard
india's top all make amanda to wreck blaming the i.s.i. what options does india have. well they have to walk a fine balance here they have to show to the public especially the voting public there is an election coming up soon that there are taking action that security is strong and that they will retaliate in one form or another now what that retaliation india has to be careful while they are trying to gather support to diplomatically economically isolate pakistan any type of military attack they have to be careful because they don't want to do anything that might escalate violence with baucus on itself thank you for that live for us in new delhi. in other world news sixteen usa says suing donald trump for declaring a national emergency to secure funding for his border war with mexico the coalition us asynchronous california new york and illinois and it's accusing the president of
violating the constitution trott made the declaration on friday after congress refused to grant him the five point seven billion dollars he wanted for the wall the lawsuit argues that john doesn't have the power to divert the funds because congress is in charge of spending the coalition says it's taking legal action to protect its residents natural resources and economic interests john hendren explains why chomsky emergency declaration has met several challenges president donald trump faces his biggest challenge yet in the effort to build a wall along the u.s. border with mexico that is because sixteen states on monday filed a suit in the u.s. federal court asking the court to stop the president from moving forward with spending money based on his declaration of an emergency on the southern border they have a couple of reasons for that challenge the first they say is that the president does not control spending congress does under the u.s.
constitution the argument that is likely to made be made on the president's side is that congress delegated some of that authority to the president under an one nine hundred seventy six law called the national emergencies ad but those states also say that they will be using the president's word against him he said i didn't need to do this but i just wanted to do it faster and those states say that they are hurt because they are losing money for law enforcement military and drug interdiction and military construction. the case is likely to go to the u.s. supreme court the u.s. district court in california where it will first be heard has often overturned president trump's arguments including on such things is immigration it is possible he will be blocked from the spending but it is unclear whether this case will take weeks months or possibly even longer
a forty five year old mexican migrant has died in u.s. border patrol custody in texas early reports show the person who hasn't been identified was admitted to hospital early this month he was suffering from liver and heart problems this is a first such death in border patrol custody in the past few months to guatemala and children died in hospital in december after crossing into the united states. the u.s. president has warned members of venezuela's military they are risking their future by remaining loyal to president nicolas maduro in a speech to florida's venezuelan community donald trump support for the opposition leader one go idle and he gallagher has a report from miami. the crowd at florida international university was invite only but most were venezuelans eager for a change in a country many who fled in a wide ranging speech president trump said venezuela's path to democracy was irreversible but he had a simple message for the country's military leaders the eyes of the entire world
are upon you. today every day and every day in the future you cannot hide from the choice that now confronts you you can choose to accept president writers jenner's or for amnesty to live your life in peace with your families and your countrymen. president ryder does not seek retribution against you and neither do we outside students gathered to watch the show their support or protests what some see as a necessary interference but for those who have a close affiliation with venezuela trumps message resonated there's no food there's people eating dogs and there's even cases where like people go to the zoo and like eat animals and there is all so they need to be something done especially since the recent elections this the venezuelan people decided that they don't want to mean they want change it's a lot of countries around the world are saying hey this is an elf it's
a dictatorship there's nothing democratic about what happened in venezuela in the past twenty years and it should be called out as so instrumental in trying to push to remove nicolas maduro is florida senator marco rubio he just returned from a trip to the colombian border where humanitarian aid is being blocked by the venezuelan authorities what is happening here today what is happening in venezuela is a manmade crisis of epic proportions not caused by a natural disaster but by a manmade one a criminal regime that is willing to starve and kill its own people before it gives up power. it's clear that the trumpet ministration is ramping up pressure on nicolas maduro but the president also railed against an ideology he sees as an evil force across the americas socialism by its very nature does not respect borders it does not respect boundaries or the sovereign rights of its citizens or its neighbors the president's speech here is being seen in two distinct ways to
exile venezuelans desperate for change it's a genuine effort to end what many see as a brutal dictatorship for others this was trump on the campaign trail keen to win over florida's latin voters and label his democratic opponents as socialists by the way there's a lot at stake for the people of venezuela and gallacher al-jazeera miami florida. and he is a venezuelan president nicolas maduro hitting back at speech. they want to enslave us that's the truth today trump was giving orders attention generals listen trump is giving orders again to our armed forces who does he think he is the commander in chief. still ahead on al-jazeera at the end of the road japanese manufacturer makes a big announcement in the u.k. . and ancient rituals of a tribe in northern. threats from the new government project.
hello there we've got lots of sunshine to enjoy across the southeast in parts of asia at the moment if for the northern part of our map there's barely a cloud showing up on the satellite picture the showers of further south but even here in between them there's some decent spells of sunshine to enjoy it as well so that's what we're expecting over the next few days to a few showers plenty of sunshine in the south and just plenty of sunshine in the northern parts of our map as we head down tools australia there's also a lot of sunshine here there's the monsoon in the north is really quite subdued at the moment all the energy instead is out towards the east around this tropical cyclone omar is just working a little bit further towards the southwest it's intensifying as it does so and for new caledonia we are seeing some fairly significant outbreaks of rain more wet weather is expected here as we head through wednesday as well but for us in queens on it should be largely fine and dry and with that drawing weather the temperatures
in townsville are higher than they should be at this time of year there be around thirty five degrees towards the west it's also been very warm force in perth recently too and wednesday will be more of the same so we'll get to around thirty three the temperatures will ease though as we head into thursday so this time we just get to around twenty seven over towards new zealand it's also rather sunny a warm for us here too coarse should get to twenty seven degrees as we head through wednesday. when you're from a neighborhood known as a hotbed of radicalism. you have to fight to defy stereotypes. and the meeting going on. the stories we don't often hear told by the people who live them will not only join one when they. will be given survived the initial little. some of the books this is you that.
you're watching al-jazeera a reminder of our top stories in history as rejected india's accusations that his country is behind there is a car bomb attack in the disputed kashmir region more than forty indian security personnel were killed imraan khan says he is ready to cooperate with the investigation but also warned of retaliation if india launched any attack sixteen u.s. states are suing donald trump for declaring a national emergency to secure funding for his border war with mexico they argue the president doesn't have the power to divert funding and the u.s.
president has asked members of venezuela's military just reach allegiance to opposition leader one donald trump says they are risking their future by remaining loyal to president nicolas maduro. and more in venezuela now and the school system is one of the many institutions struggling in today's venezuela many classrooms are empty with staff on strike and no money for supplies latin america at its embassy in human reports on the capital caracas. venezuela and teachers chants there. no mom try no no we don't want to leave we want to dignified salary so that we can live. a physical education teacher genia about al is one of hundreds who are on a go slow strike her sign reads three university titles fourteen years of service and an empty refrigerator at. our children a rake in the teacher's pass out in class from hunger not to mention the messick
siddhis of teachers have left our country our education system is in a state of emergency. we went to see for ourselves in this working class neighborhood school for seven thousand nine hundred students was empty because striking teachers are working only ten days a month. there's only one bathroom for seven hundred children the lights are broken there is no water and the school meals are no longer being served in the y. o. meter the children have no food at home and they come here to at least get one meal but we haven't had food for a year because the kitchen is broke and the children faint during physical education classes because their stomachs are empty. absenteeism is soaring because many parents can't afford bus fare to send their children to school especially if they receive insufficient food once they get there. at this school children say there was no breakfast the catholic relief organization that he does says
malnutrition in the last three years has risen to critical levels and that the most vulnerable are killed in under five gave our i look at a little demo they are at high risk of suffering from what we call chronic malnutrition which means that the damage to their growth their physical and intellectual abilities is irreversible this is a problem for the child the family and society as a whole. and another school and the parents of kindergarten and primary school children say their complaints fall on deaf ears. the direct to defend the physical integrity of our children the school is falling apart. they become more and more agitated these parents are here protesting and demanding the director to go inside so that we can see the deplorable conditions that they say their children are having to study or. who practically pushed inside to see their principal complaint
a gaping hole in the school playground wall that offers no protection from a steep ravine. and put its not nearly as deep as venezuela's economic slide the last social welfare state that was the whole block of deceased president hugo chavez no longer able to offer the same protection to those on whom the future of the newsweek depends you see in human i just got access japanese carmaker honda says it will close its only british factory within two years the shutdown of the plant in swindon will result in three thousand five hundred job losses the move is seen as another blow to britain's car making industry before breakfast said two weeks ago nissan cancelled plans to build new vehicles in the u.k. and jaguar land rover and ford also announced job cuts in europe. two police officers have been killed and at least three others injured in a suicide bomb attack in egypt they were trying to arrest a suspect wanted for an attempted bombing at
a mosque last friday but he blew himself up a blast happened in cairo's historic center close to the famed azam mosque while attacks in cairo are rare there is currently an ongoing battle against i saw in egypt sinai peninsula. in eastern syria about three hundred fighters are defending their final pocket of territory and are now said to be blocking civilians from escaping at least thirty thousand people who fled the fighting in recent weeks have arrived in the whole camp the aid group international rescue committee says most of them are women and children under the age of five at least sixty two people have died along the journey or soon after arriving at the camp from exhaustion and malnutrition now meanwhile the commander of the u.s. backed syrian democratic forces fighting ice on his call for as many as fifteen hundred international troops to remain the s.e.'s chief was local body made the remarks during a visit by general joseph volatile the head of u.s.
central command the body also expressed hope that america would hold to its plans for a total troop withdrawal but volatile said the pullout is going ahead. israel's plan to hold a summit of east european countries known as the group has been cancelled over a holocaust poland a member of the bra pulled off pulled out after israel's i think foreign minister said many poles had collaborated with the nazis during the second world war. get rid of him show us your diplomacy we always try to ensure people don't get offended but nobody will change the historical truth for anything of this sort of truth that the poles collaborated with. holes collaborated with the nazis certainly they collaborated with the nazis. a chinese delegation is arriving in washington for a new round of talks in the latest attempt to resolve the trade war between china and the united states this all is last week's negotiations in beijing which ended
without a deal but negotiators say some progress has been made to reach an agreement before tom sponson increasing tabs on chinese goods expires next month from beijing adrian brown explains the challenges that lie ahead for both countries. well lou her china's vice premier who's leading the chinese negotiating team will be on his way back to washington shortly to continue those resumed negotiations which will be held at the end of the week high noon is approaching zero because president donald trump has warned that unless there is a deal by march the first beijing time march the second washington time that he will raise tariffs from ten to twenty five percent on some two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese products i think while there has been progress made clearly not enough progress has been made otherwise these talks would not be continuing in the united states it's also a recognition that the negotiating model that has served china so well in the past
is no longer working china is prepared to address the trade deficit it's prepared to buy more stuff from the united states the stumbling block is really the the wholesale changes that the united states wants china to make to the way china manages its economy in particular the vast subsidies that the chinese state gives to domestic companies the united states argues that creates an unfair playing field there's no doubt that president xi jinping does want a deal but he's not prepared for total capitulation. to the northern philippines now where a plan to build a dam on a river house sacred by a tribe has been met with fierce opposition the reservoir is supposed to secure water supply for the capital manila but as jimmy linda and reports on the sierra madre mountains in tiny tribal leaders say will destroy their way of life. the whole forest is steeped in legend and with the arrival of tourists and modern
living the good people struggle to be heard which is why they insist on practicing their age old customs no matter how out of place the may seem. the cully war river is sacred for the dumaguete they have been praying here for centuries a new government project is threatening to take it away. this ecosystem is our life our livelihood this is our home and we would like to fight for it the people are coming together to speak up so that everyone will know that this land belongs to us we inherited this from our ancestors. the philippine government wants to build a seventy meter high water reservoir here this placing not only to the market people but also endangered species in the forests that plan threatens to obliterate a way of life here that is centuries old the multimillion dollar project partially
funded by the chinese government is expected to ensure water security for the capital manila by damming the caly were river. experts say you water sources are needed millions of filipinos don't have access to clean safe and reliable water supply is the asian development bank among others is warning the philippines it is likely to face a water crisis within the next few years threatening not only drinking water shortages in towns and cities but in heavily dependent agricultural communities to . program. in their work for more than over forty we have been dialogue with people in public even in the cases we will see the the whole field of the people except that there are certain things that. despite the assurances opposition remains because of the
destruction of the fragile ecosystem here. i think it's not worth it because we have other means to supply water to metro manila there are several in them expansion is sharing my dear mountain mention that can only be seen in the philippines so the first effect of the kind of a watershed is the death of those species it is a tough balance and as government looks for solutions there may be lessons that can be learned from indigenous tribes for centuries they were able to survive and live in harmony with nature without destroying it to melinda again al-jazeera tonight is our northern philippines. a painting believed to be by leonardo da vinci is now at the center of a mystery salvatore monday was sold in twenty seven thousand fire exit breaking four hundred fifty million dollars he hasn't been seen since now not critics are wandering if it was a fake given elizondo has
a story from new york. its name salvador moody a painting by leonardo da vinci depicting jesus christ thought to be five hundred years old it's said to be one of the world's last long lost davinci original sydney one for that's why when it was auction in two thousand and seventeen the bidding was unlike anything ever seen before in the art world so you are limited to real down. three hundred million at three hundred and seventy million dollars that is four hundred million dollars is the bit so. including the buyer's premium salvador moonbase sold for a record breaking four hundred fifty million dollars that's more than four times what anybody in the art world predicted the identity of the buyer initially shrouded in secrecy was eventually revealed to be a wealthy saudi working on behalf of crown prince mohammed bin soundman who then
gave the painting to the move out to dubi museum as a gift but denounced unveiling of the artwork was abruptly canceled without explanation salvatore moody has not been seen since leaving pulitzer prize winning art critic jerry soltz to say it was all a fraud if you bought the most famous painting in the entire world by the most famous artist who ever lived at the highest price ever paid why are you hiding it might the painting be a fake you don't have the confidence to show the most famous new painting in the world something's fishy here. but oxford professor martin kemp one of the world's three noun experts on davinci thinks the painting is authentic but with every day it's kept hidden with no information he worries. somewhat disconcerting to find that it's not appearing i presume the ownership is secure but even not i
wouldn't be entirely confident about nobody who might know the status of the painting is talking request for information to the museum to abu dhabi department of culture and tourism and the saudi embassy in washington were all not returned by one of the great mysteries of the or world likely only to be solved when and if the world's most expensive painting reappears gabriels onto al-jazeera new york. and i again am fully back to vote with the headlines on al-jazeera pakistan's prime minister has rejected india's ickes ations that his country is behind various is calm bomb attack in the disputed kashmir region iran conses is ready to cooperate with the investigation and asks for evidence suggesting pakistani involvement he says he wants dialogue with india but is also warning of retaliation if new delhi
launches any attacks. also today i am offering the indian government thought what of investigation you do in this case that suggests the involvement of any parks donny we are ready to cooperate with you if you have any actionable intelligence that provide us with it will take action and it's not because we are there pressure but because they are enemies of pakistani because they go against our interest earlier india's top military commander in the disputed kashmir region blamed pakistan's spy agency for the attack forty one indian paramilitary soldiers were killed in those explosion the pakistan based on eight mohammad said it was behind the attack. sixteen u.s. states is suing donald trump for declaring a national emergency to secure funding for his border war with mexico they argue the president doesn't have the power to divert funding the us president meanwhile has asked members of venezuela's military to switch opposition leader and one
donald trump says they are risking their future by remaining loyal to president nicolas maduro. japanese carmaker honda says it will close its only british factory within two years the shutdown of the plant in swindon will result in three thousand five hundred job losses the move is seen as another blow to britain's calm making industry before break sits in eastern syria about three hundred iso fighters are defending their final pocket of territory and are now said to be blocking civil and semes caping and he said he files and people who fled the fighting in recent weeks have arrived in the out of whole camp sixty two people have died along the journey or soon after arriving at the camp nigeria's electoral commission says political campaigning can resume after it delayed the general election by a week president obama biharis calling for an investigation into why the vote was put off the election what will be held on saturday those are the headlines coming up next this is europe stay with us. the week began
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