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al-jazeera. every. a call for new elections in venezuela fails at the u.n. security council. hello i'm the star and this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up president trump walks away from his summit meeting with north korea but says talks between the two sides will continue. israel's attorney general says he plans to indict prime minister benjamin netanyahu. and after days of violence over
kashmir both india and pakistan move to no attention. while much of the world's has turned against nicolas maduro but he still has powerful allies in his bid to stay in charge as venezuela's president a u.s. led vote calling for a free and fair elections in venezuela has failed at the u.n. security council the draft included a push to get an aid which has been blocked at the border by venezuela's military russia and china vetoed the move while south africa also voted against it a separate call from russia for a political solution to the crisis failed as well meanwhile venezuela's opposition leader is still out of the country building support among south american neighbors brazil's president diable sanaa reinforced his backing of. the meeting in brasilia says he'll travel to paraguayan on friday before returning to venezuela despite
threats well let's go to al-jazeera as christensen to me who is at the united nations kristen the security council has met on venezuela three times in just over a month and yet the international community has still not been able to agree on a response why not. well the international community is divided between those who support opposition leader won by dole is venezuela's legitimate president like the united states and those who continue to support nicolas maduro like russia the united states actually had a majority in the council nine votes in support of its resolution which called for a peaceful process to lead to free and fair elections and also humanitarian access for venezuela remember there's some three million people have fled the country because of a lack of food and basic medicine and other supplies but russia accused the united states of trying to undermine the sovereignty of venezuela it said that the
resolution was really just a pretext for military intervention it was aimed at a domestic audience back here in the united states and the ambassador really came out hard against the united states now that's not what the resolution says as many european members of the council pointed out there is no authorization for military intervention in the resolution itself in fact several the united states allies asked that the united states soften its language so that it couldn't be interpreted in that way the word peaceful was added to the resolution several times but still russia and venezuela as well continued to describe the u.s. actions as a form of colonialism and interventionism in latin america. but there are i don't mean what saul call vidis we'll leave it a show an army to penetrate into it as well and very dirty super bowl city this is they're saying that right now there are thousands of innocent on this earth this is
absolutely not true they are inflated those figures because they are fabricating their own goal into exactly saying. the eighty's this is a very seedy use and day it in ca one you please to take into consideration normally won't check it for yourself if they are planning a clandestine operation against it it's what i write out at the same time that i've talked about what he thought and therefore at the same time that i was feeling our money out of a us indeed chris and a stalemate at the u.n. and a stalemate in venezuela what's the next move now for the opposition especially its leader. well the united states said here that it would continue to find ways to pressure venezuela in terms of sanctions in trying to help the country with humanitarian aid one why do continues to tour countries in latin america hoping to increase international pressure on madeira and
his government and hoping that there's a crack there the question is what will happen if and when he tries to go back to venezuela many are concerned that he could be arrested the venezuelan ambassador was asked about that and said that the supreme court is considering that very question and how to respond when he does try to come back to the country in the past they had opportunities to arrest him and they did in the u.s. special representative on venezuela said that he believed that was because there would be a popular uprising if in fact that happened and he warned that if something were to happen to go i don't when he returned the world would react as well. al jazeera is christensen amy at the united nations for us thank you kristen. well north korea is accusing the united states of a wasting an opportunity to strike a nuclear deal president donald trump has walked away from
a two day summit with ken doll and vietnam with no agreement he says he couldn't meet the north korean leader's demands to lift sanctions. if united states removes partial sanctions namely removes the articles of sanctions that hamper the civilian economy and the livelihood of our people in particular we will permanently and completely dismantle all of the nuclear material production facilities in the yard beyond area including plutonium and uranium in the presence of u.s. experts and by the joint work of technicians in both countries he was told me this proposal was the biggest denuclearization vision that we could take in the present state in relation to the current level of confidence between the d.p. r. k. and the united states. when he has more on what happened and hanoi. before the summit u.s. president donald trump tried to lower expectations of a deal with north korean leader kim jong un but the expectation was at the very least that the pair would sign some form of agreement on denuclearization or make
a joint statement instead the talks were cut short before lunch the table will sit but the diners didn't show leaving donald trump to explain why racially they wanted these sanctions lifted in their entirety and we couldn't do that. they were willing to denuclearize portion of the areas that we wanted but we couldn't give up all of the sanctions for the the american said kim jong un was willing to dismantle his young beyond research facility regarded as the centerpiece of north korea's nuclear program in exchange he wanted all economic sanctions lifted which was a step too far for the us unfortunately we didn't get all the way we didn't get to something that that ultimately made sense for the united states of america i think chairman kim was hopeful that we would we asked him to do more he he was unprepared to do that but i'm still optimistic despite that optimism this was not how the summit was supposed to go earlier on thursday there was no sign of trouble ahead
kim jong un the reclusive leader of a repressive state even answer questions from reporters perhaps for the first time . here if you really knew. me and only you know if. you're going to. be all over your generosity in i'm not willing that i won't be here right. now i'm going to be the best dancer you've ever met but after two summits that have yielded very little there are more questions than answers donald trump warned about this possibility last year ahead of the first summit in singapore saying he was prepared to walk away if the talks weren't fruitful it seems he's now delivered on that threat but with such a sudden premature end to this summit there must be real concern about what happens next. at this stage there are no plans for a third summit donald trump says kim jong un assured him there would be no resumption of misato nuclear tests but what happened in vietnam has proved that
this continues to be an unpredictable road to the stated goal of ridding north korea of nuclear weapons wayne hay al jazeera hanoi. israel's the tanny general says he plans to indict prime minister benjamin netanyahu. for ward and breach of trust in three separate corruption cases there is now who has dismissed the allegations as the result of a politically motivated witch hunt the announcement comes ahead of elections in april bennett smith reports from wester islam he is the first sitting israeli prime minister to be charged with bribery fraud and breach of trust benjamin netanyahu says he's innocent and will stay in his post. i am telling you citizens of israel this house of cards will collapse i'm certain about this i am four thousand percent certain about this i plan to keep serving you and the state as the
prime minister for many years to come don't believe all the spin this depends on you it's not dependent on the officials or the analysts. there's no legal requirement for him to step down the opposition parties will appeal to the supreme court say look at slow it's not logical the job of a prime minister is a very complicated job because those sort of security issues in society nomic issues you cannot the law serve spend days in. the court netanyahu is in the middle of an election campaign which if you wins puts him on course to be israel's longest serving prime minister but investigators say netanyahu made decisions to benefit a friend who is the main shareholder in israel's biggest internet infrastructure provider in return you get positive coverage from this friends popular news website browse. netanyahu is charged with fraud and breach of trust because he accepted hundreds of thousands of dollars in lavish gifts and there are allegations of
a deal that would guarantee favorable coverage from a popular newspaper dozens of. the corruption investigation has been going on for years and doesn't seem to have dented netanyahu is popularity on the list is that guy only bibi he's innocent these supporters are saying play the role of the underdog most of the media. is the left wing and the has been using this to sway the voters of the likud that is. haunting him and they want to. redeem him they want to go. to him benjamin netanyahu will now have an opportunity to argue his case before the attorney general who will then make a final decision on whether to go ahead with the indictment and that is months away what matters now in an election campaign has become quite tight is whether any new
details emerge about the nature of the charges netanyahu faces whether the unsavory new details that there are enough to put off currently loyal supporters burn an al-jazeera west jerusalem. whether is next still ahead on al-jazeera an american businessman behind. the questions over the part of russia's president has played in the case. and music wild mourns the death of oscar winning composer and conductor andre previn. hello again welcome back to your international weather forecast well starting in china things down towards the southern portion of china looking quite nice it's up here towards a central region so we are seeing much of the weather now we do have
a few systems coming in off parts of bangladesh and that's going to cause some problems over the next few days take away the forecast map here you can see the snow across the higher elevations as well as some of the rain as we go towards saturday a lot of that begins to make its way towards the east and for shanghai that means more rain few as well as cooler conditions so only nine there over here towards rouhani nine degrees as well with rain in your forecast but we are looking at some cloudy as well as you would conditions for hong kong twenty five degrees there as a break away down towards the south the philippines is looking quite nice as well as vietnam over the next few days you really have to come down here towards the lower part of indonesia to really see any cloud in the forecast over here towards malaysia it is a quite nice day for you with the temperature encroaching about thirty degrees there up towards holtzman city and thirty four degrees with sun in your forecast and that will continue as we go towards saturday and then very quickly across parts of india most of the weather is going to be up here towards the north coming in towards parts of pakistan as well if that's going to stand but down here towards
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hello again i missed a reminder of the news this hour a u.s. led vote calling for a free and fair elections in venezuela has failed at the u.n. security council the draft included a push to get an aid which has been blocked at the border by venezuela's military both russia and china vetoed the voters. the u.s. and north korea failed to reach a deal in vietnam donald trump says talks were productive but the u.s. can also agree to lift all sanctions accuses washington of wasting an opportunity by rejecting its realistic proposal. israel's a tiny general says he plans to indict prime minister benjamin netanyahu in three separate corruption cases. has dismissed the allegations as the result of a politically motivated which. while the united nations says israel's crackdown on palestinian protesters in gaza last year may amount to war crimes u.n.
investigators say israeli soldiers intentionally opened fire on civilians. reports . almost a year palestinian protesters have gathered along the gaza israeli border fence to demand the right to return to their ancestral lands controlled by israel israeli soldiers have shot at them with live ammunition the un has investigated the deaths of one hundred eighty nine palestinians killed during the first nine months of the protest. it found that israeli soldiers deliberately shot at children disabled protesters paramedics and journalists it says their actions may amount to war crimes clearly this life fire was used were completely unlawfully where these people were not posing any kind of threat to life or to limb of any israeli security force or any israeli civilian. israel's dismissed the un report it says it has a right to defend itself from what it calls violent attacks in a statement to prime minister benjamin netanyahu said israel rejects outright the
u.n. human rights council report the council is setting new records for hypocrisy and mendacity out of an obsessive hatred of israel the only democracy in the middle east. the un also criticized the palestinian group hamas which controls gaza the not doing more to stop protestors flying burning kites over the gaza fence israel says they cause fires and damage property. the u.n. believes it's identified some of the israeli snipers responsible for killing palestinian protesters that information will be given to the u.n. high commissioner for human rights you could then pass it to the international criminal court israel's not a member of the i.c.c. but should do soldiers travel abroad they could face arrest victoria gate and be al-jazeera. the new york times is reporting that the us president ordered his former chief of staff to ground his son in law and senior adviser jared krishna
a top secret security clearance last year the report says donald trump overruled concerns by intelligence officials and the white house's top lawyer this prompted the then white house chief of staff john kelly to write an internal memo about how he'd been ordered to do it by roslyn jordan is live for us in washington d.c. rose walk us through this report. well according to the new york times and as i'm most of our viewers will recall the question about jericho security clearance first became public about this time of year ago when there was a controversy involving another white house staffer during that other person's controversy including allegations of spousal abuse it became public that jerry security clearance was a temporary clearance now when those chief of staff at the time john kelly found out about all of these temporary security clearances he had them all downgraded
until their security background checks could be completed gerri kushner's background check was said to be quite complicated because he had not been forthcoming about some of his business dealings about some of his meetings with foreign officials and foreign business persons things that he should have revealed in his security clearance application and when it finally came to last may twenty eight teen according to the york times the f.b.i. as well as an investigation inside the white house legal office determined that he should get a top secret or clearance that would allow him to have access to the nation's and most sensitive information however the president decided that he wanted jarrett cushion or to have a top secret clearance that's not the highest level but he wanted him to have that anyway and so he ordered john calley against john kelly's advice to give him that
security clearance and so we can only presume although he kelly is not speaking tonight we can only presume that he wrote that internal memo essentially to cover himself in case there was any question about whether jarrett question or has the appropriate security clearance to be working in the white house runs i believe that president trying to in january said he had no role in and requesting that carrots what's happened there. well he was interviewed by the new york times in the oval office back in january and you can watch as some of the video of that interview at the new york times website but he was very explicit when he was asked that it was not something he was involved in he essentially lived the impression that this was bureaucratic go work and that he didn't have time to be involved in such matters and also trying to lay to rest any questions about whether he might have been bending the rules for his son in law or for his daughter
a volga who is also working as a senior advisor in the white house however this report is strongly contradicts the president's contention that he was not involved in the process and we should point out for our international viewers that the u.s. president does have the right to grant a security clearance to any person who may he or she chooses however it's usually left up to the bureaucratic process and usually the president will follow those recommendations because again it keeps you from having stories such as what's being reported on the front page of the new york times tonight out of there is rotten in jordan and washington d.c. for us thank you. at least ten people have been killed in an attack apparently targeting the home of a judge in somalia's capital police say a car bomb was detonated and a prop to assassinate. the chief judge of somalia's appeals course after the blast
near his house and market issues security forces forced off gunmen who tried to force their way inside al-shabaab says it was behind the attack. how can stands prime minister says his country will release a captured indian pilots on friday as a gesture of peace a day earlier india and pakistan said they shot down each other's fighter jets in the disputed kashmir region pakistan says it down to two indian planes and arrested the pilot india said it shot down one pakistani aircraft and lost one of its own and on the police indian pilot is in our custody we will release him and return him to india tomorrow as a peace gesture. well we spoke to pakistan's foreign minister who says they're willing to cooperate with india. we are a new government that has been elected by the people of. years there is a historic package but be on a government with a fresh mindset we want peace and stability in the region we have
it very clear agenda which is that people centric and we want to focus on the government we want to focus on our worsen and where we want peace and the consideration of the one that's why you could be want to heat up the eastern border we have nothing to gain from that we are willing to engage we are willing to sit and talk and we are willing to cooperate. jamail has this update from new delhi. word of the pilot's pending release has been very well received here in india particularly on social media but local indian channels here had a very interesting take on the situation even flashing headlines saying india saves pilot and imran khan's new pakistan surrenders they've been taking a very patriotic or some say jingoistic take on the situation now unlike pakistan's
prime minister india's prime minister has been very tight lipped about the situation he's only alluded to it in general thursday at interactive form across the country addressing party workers and volunteers in the render movie stated how he believes the public should be reacting to the situation let's have a listen to that seem a part of the country's brave soldiers are showing their strength at the border and across the border to the country is one today and we're standing with the soldiers . how hard it is here now samarra provided we have faith in the ability of our forces and that's why it's very important that nothing affects the morale of our soldiers otherwise our enemies will have the upper hand. now that's being seen as a direct dig at the opposition the opposition party stood shoulder to shoulder with the government ever since the february fourteenth attacks on indian troops in the needy administered kashmir then on ones day after the pakistani incursions and the capture of its pilot they openly criticize most of these handling of the situation
now analysts say that no matter what the situation is here in india with elections just a short time away just a matter of weeks whatever happens politics will be front and center. of a catcher form a secretary in india's foreign ministry and from new delhi he says pakistan handing over the indian pilots is not a good well gesture but an obligation under the geneva convention. pakistan in its present condition is in no position to carry out hostilities any further the indian attack on a terrorist facility in code was entirely justified and the pakistani response was very weak today at the military press conference the military to presented it was displayed parts of a myside system which fell on the indian side which could only be mounted on an f.
sixteen so this fall in the aerial operation which took place yesterday pakistan suffered a grievous loss of an f. sixteen fighter and all of this i think also despite all mr imran khan's brave words having a sobering effect within pakistan to as far as india is concerned it made it very clear that it was not targeting the pakistan state or pakistan's military facility that was only operating against a terrorist dog and that dog which has consistently launched deadliest attacks in india the jaish e mohammad indeed the bomba the suicide bomber who carried out the pl bomb attack on february fourteenth himself in a predicted radio said that he is
a member of the jaish a moment to rental rain has triggered flash flooding in jordan's capital hundreds of shops in downtown amman were swamped by twenty four hours of downpours divers have been helping stranded people to safety schools and universities were shot on fastow on the road connecting to the dead food has been cleansed. a moscow court has dismissed the appeal of american businessman michael calvin who was arrested two weeks ago for alleged fraud has helped invest almost four billion dollars into the russian economy but his detention has sent shock waves through russia's business community has stepped with more. michael has been doing business in russia for more than twenty years he's been charged with fraud worth more than thirty seven million dollars prosecutors say he illegally underprice shares of need bank sas he's the victim of a corporate dispute which shareholders high level executives have come to his
defense. and he believes. the words because he is one of russia's most successful foreign investors one of his biggest success stories has been the rise of internet giant young decks better known as russia's version of google in an open letter to vladimir putin colleagues have asked the president to personally get involved in his case but in his annual address to the federal assembly last week britain suggested his concerns are not always listen to. the better stories in the business and your colleagues to achieve these goals we have for our country we should get rid of everything that limits to freedom of intrapreneur on these businesses should always feel looming prosecution and the risk of criminal i've already asked for your attention to address this problem unfortunately the situation has not changed much. but despite its worth reports have emerged that putin insisted county skills should be investigated
making the business community not hopeful of the president's support we heard from mr putin for about fifteen years on the role nothing changes of the situation councilman was. either it means that he swung an essential human need some other thing. he puke use but he's powerless come up influence of the. legal experts at the business against corruption time to in moscow have started their own investigation open to prove his innocence and they say that according to russian law it is illegal to do dana a suspect in a corporate case before his trial michael calvary's case is seen as a sign of the increasing uncertain russian investment climate some say the case shows that without the right connections it has become more and more difficult to do business here and with tons of billions of u.s. dollars of oil revenues coming in every year foreign investors like cold feet are
not the government's priority fasten al-jazeera moscow to. the world of classical music has lost one of its leading figures conductor and composer on very present died on thursday aged eighty nine in a career spanning seven decades he enjoyed a long ten years leading the london symphony orchestra and the los angeles philharmonic previn also won four oscars for his work on films including my fair lady and porgy and bess. hello i'm a star in doha with the headlines on al-jazeera a u.s. led vote calling for a free and fair elections in venezuela has failed at the u.n. security council the draft included a push to get an aid which has been blocked at the border by venezuela's military both russia and china vetoed the vote the u.s.
and north korea failed to reach a deal in vietnam donald trump says talks were productive but the u.s. cannot agree to lift all sanctions john young accuses washington of wasting an opportunity by rejecting its realistic proposal. israel's attorney general says he plans to indict prime minister benjamin netanyahu in three separate corruption cases netanyahu has dismissed those allegations look individual. removal. for three years they have been conducting against a political witch hunt you don't need witch hunt which aims to topple it when government could bring to prove the leftist party of guns but it put inhumane push on the state attorney general the new york times is reporting that the us president ordered his former chief of staff to ground his son in law and senior adviser jared kushner a top secret security clearance last year the report says donald trump overruled
concerns by intelligence officials and the white house's top lawyer trump is allowed to give a security clearance to whoever he wants at least ten people have been killed in an attack apparently targeting the home of a judge in somalia's capital police say a car bomb was detonated in a proc to assassinate a shia omar the chief judge of somalia's appeals court al-shabaab says it was behind the attack. pakistan's prime minister says his country will release a captured indian pilots on friday as a gesture of peace a day earlier india and pakistan said they shot down each other's fighter jets in the disputed kashmir region pakistan says it down to two indian planes and arrested the pilot india said it shot down one pakistani aircraft and lost one of its own and those are the headlines join me for more news here after inside story do stay with us.
no do you donald trump and will walk away from their summit in vietnam so what went wrong and where does it leave did nuclear threat from north korea this is inside story. hello and welcome to the program i'm afraid of that hamid sometimes you have to walk this was how u.s. president donald trump described the sudden end to his summit with north korea's leader kim jong un the pair rived in vietnam with hope.