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crisis we doe as illegally maigret joining with the military to impose a deadly political agenda we have two photos of our nation what has happened to their attention that's one of the biggest stains on the country as a. religion this is the politics me and mine an unholy alliance coming soon on al-jazeera. jewing sierra leone civil war nigerian forces were deployed to protect civilians instead some turned on the population in plain sight of a journalist camera this is a name to the way the supreme peacekeeping force believes the problem complete eighteen his own using his harrowing images international lawyers seek justice for those slaughtered by their guardians peace kilis on out is iraq.
a nation where corruption is endemic embroiled in a battle to hold the power to account. how does this radical transformation occur. i mean. i mean if you want to be shedding light on the romanians pressing for change and there unconventional methods to eliminate corruption remain people on al-jazeera. hello martin taylor none of the top stories on ours are north korea appears to have begun work to restore a space rocket launch site satellite images reveal buildings that they toned shangri site to the north west of the country have been restored this comes just days after nuclear talks between the north korean leader kim jong un and us
president donald trump in vietnam and in failure meanwhile the un has warned north korea is facing severe food shortages after its west harvest and more than a decade you're in figures show production of staple crops like soybeans and potatoes and down by more the third last month north korea's government warned its facing shortfall of one point four million tons of food this year. british and american made bombs have killed or injured nearly one thousand civilians in yemen that's according to a report by yemeni monitoring group and a us human rights organization a report by much anna and the u.s. based university network for human rights investigated twenty seven asteroids launched on yemen by the saudi led alliance between april twenty fifteen and april twenty eighth. germany has extended its arms sales ban on saudi arabia despite
pressure from european partners such as britain and france the german foreign minister said the ban will continue until the end of the month to evaluate saudi arabia's military involvement in yemen the restrictions were imposed after the murder of saudi journalist jamal ji the united states will revoke the visa seventy seven people associated with the venezuelan president nicolas maduro adding to a list of forty nine others whose visas were revoked on friday germany's ambassador to venezuela has also been expelled are welcome in the opposition leader why go in care caracas on monday and was among a group of diplomats who helped going to return to venezuela following a latin american nations tour the ambassador has been given forty eight hours to leave the country the european commission has declared the migration crisis over at the height of europe's refugee crisis in twenty fifteen tens of thousands of people arrived on europe's shores every month that number is now down nearly ninety
percent france timmons the european commission's first vice president as well the crisis may be over structural problems still remain when this continues next hour the news hour for you after that i often are. macho on al-jazeera. maggi house on debates discusses i'm dissects the big issues of our times and had tads five years after the revolution focuses in ukraine will have a chance to offer a verdict on what's come since. in a powerful new film residents of occupied east jerusalem share that thoughts on its cost present and future. leaders will gather for the thirtieth arab league summit in china ziad join us for coverage and we examine the development of an unusual alliance between radical buddhist monks and the military in me and ma ma ch on i'll just sierra.
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i there on wednesday we had snow in tasmania that was just four days after the state had its hottest march day on records so route change in the weather for us it's all thanks to a little weather system that's down in the southeast that's been working its way eastwards gave us some severe thunderstorms as it made its way across sydney there but all of that is now at him and distant memory it should be for quite a force as we head through the day on thursday a top temperature in sydney of around twenty two degrees climbing there as we head into friday towards the west there is more cloud over parts of western australia just the chance of the odd shower there in perth and some heavier rain along that
southern coastline over towards new zealand and here we've had an area of high pressure in charge for the past few days and it's being glorious things are changing now that we've got this area of cloud of rain that's working its way towards us and it's likely to bring some very very heavy downpours over parts of the south island on thursday that could be well over one hundred millimeters of rain from the system and then that will gradually work its way across the north island as we head through friday but it will be slightly easing as it makes its way north woods as we head up towards japan as a good deal of cloud with us at the moment at a few outbreaks of rain some of those a fairly heavy we're seeing all of that they move away so by the time we get to friday it should be quite a fuss twelve in tokyo. explores
prominent figures of the twentieth century and how influenced the course of history was the cuban revolution coming this way castro is a feudal east the not a communist i'm just trying to do is country that international revolution became a point when the relationship came to an end the icons of revolution who changed the course of latin american politics. and fidel castro face to face. this is zero. zero this is the al jazeera news hour live from london coming up satellite images
seem to show that north korea is rebuilding a long range rocket launch site president trump said he'd be very disappointed if it were true. and israel expels the german ambassador just days after he welcomed opposition leader. at caracas airport. as nigeria prepares to bring home twenty thousand sex trafficking victims from mali find out why some are unwilling or unable to return. in doha with the u.s. forces man just to overcome a two goal champions league deficit against p.s.g. well a double from remote only be enough to see the red devils and far to the quarterfinals . u.s. president don't trump has responded to reports that north korea has begun work to restore a space rocket launch site just days after talks with kim jong un ended in failure
he said he would be very disappointed if they were true satellite images appear to reveal that buildings aside in the north west of the country have been rebuilt it's a very early report we're the ones that put it out but i would be very very disappointed in chairman kim and i don't think i will be but we'll see what happens we'll take a look it will ultimately get solved. the pledge to dismantle the site had been seen as a confidence building measure between pyongyang and washington and its you brought on reports. these satellite images appear to show north korea's rocket launch site the web site thirty eight north which specializes in studying the reclusive state says they show efforts to rebuild between february sixteenth and march second. and those dates put it right around last week's summit in vietnam that's where u.s. president donald trump walked away saying he couldn't meet kim jong un's demands to
lift sanctions analysts say this could be punching back the north koreans haven't actually used it for a long range test missiles they've used it in the past for satellite launches which a lot of people say serve double as missile tests but they haven't actually sort of formally used for missile tests and it's not necessarily clear that the rebuild is actually leading up to that my own sense is that this is sort of peek at the way donald trump treated them in north korea are in vietnam this into. and international studies says the images show rapid rebuilding at a site partly dismantled last year when people into talks with the u.s. and south korea here if you really need your eyes it's not immediately clear though how the satellite images could have fixed the fragile nuclear diplomacy. that japan has its eyes fixed on north korea's nuclear missile development i have
been gathering and analyzing information i will refrain from commenting in detail due to the nature of the matter. how much you know we do. under the current situation we hope that all related parties can take the right approach to resolving the korean peninsula issue through political dialogue and by meeting each other halfway trump's national security advisor john bolton has already warned north korea it must be willing to completely give up its nuclear weapons program or it could face even tougher sanctions elixir brian al-jazeera. i'm joined now from austin by the north korea analyst roger baker he's the vice president of strategic analysis at strat for a geopolitical intelligence found i was very much for being with us so how do you interpret this decision by north korea to rebuild that side. well i think we have to try to pick apart when and how the rebuild started that there's a very high probability that this rebuild was starting before the summit happened
and before the summit fell apart and then it could be in fact related to trying to make the sites look good for an anticipated media show to destroy amounts of the site just as much as this could be a reflection that they're trying to rebuild the shutters or shore showcase their capability to to utilize it for missile launches and in fact how close they are linked to all these satellite type places with the ability to launch missiles. well the reality is that this site is primarily around their satellite launch facility yes some of the technology that you use for that could be going into learning and capabilities for long range missiles but a lot of their actual military missile program has moved to road mobile missiles those are much more defensible in the sense that they can hide that they can be popped out neutralized rapidly nazim this type of facility that we're looking at here is one that takes a while for the missile to be set up on it for it to be launched and therefore it's actually highly vulnerable as
a site for weapon systems although it can be used again for satellite launching or for being able to test staging rockets things of that sort and in the context of that the talks that broke down between can go in and try i mean trump has said that if this is true he's going to be very disappointed but beyond that how do you see this affecting the relationship between the two. well i think this is one small point in the overall relationship between the two certainly the north koreans came to the summit with an expectation of a higher level of reduction of sanctions and maybe some other games and they were going to offer a couple of less important facilities to make shows of destruction young beyond potentially this missile site so in that sense i'm not sure that this fundamentally alters it it does give some space for those who argue say want to show that the north koreans are disingenuous to be able to raise that up and play that issue similar we saw the reports that north korea was conducting hacking is during the
time of the summit as well in the end it's a better of is the united states willing to work with north korea to manage the nuclear issue with a recognition that there is really no denuclearization of any time soon and how much to the north koreans really want to break out of the economic isolation that they're in what do you make of the reaction after the summit from john bolton for example saying that the sanctions want to should be ramped up rather than down i mean it expecting that the relationship to deteriorate further now would you would you think this is just a bump on the road. i think we're in a bit of a holding pattern i don't think we're ready to see a significant decrease in the relationship the u.s. president left the summit making some fairly positive comments at least ones that could be interpreted that way the north koreans did not have a long meeting with the chinese after the summit they went straight home they even left somewhat positive comments in the sense that this is a this is a delay i think we're still waiting for the north koreans to finish figuring out
what happened you know they didn't send kim all the way to vietnam just to sign no deal and that's something that they're working out internally right now but from our perspective the north koreans are looking to try to change somewhat the dynamic of their economic interaction and that means that it's less likely that they're going to go rapidly back into testing missiles or nuclear devices roger baker thank you very much indeed for joining us several jamaican from stratfor thank you meanwhile the u.n. has warned that north korea is facing severe food shortages office suffering as west harvest in more than a decade u.n. figures show production of staple crops like soy beans and potatoes down by more than a third last month north korea's government warned it's facing a shortfall of one point four million tons of food this year and the country's long struggle to feed itself and in a huff the population is in need of humanitarian assistance. the u.s.
trade deficit has hit a record ten year high reaching almost nine hundred billion dollars this despite promises on the campaign trail by u.s. president donald trump to revive american manufacturing and reduce u.s. dependence on imported goods are white house correspondent can really help it has. the report by the u.s. commerce department stands in stark contrast to what president donald trump said just days ago i mean you saw a trade deficits were down last month there was trying to find out why well we're taking a lot of tariff money and it's going right to the bottom line and it has reduced the trade deficit so in reality new data shows the trade gap between the united states and china in particular has widened last year by forty three billion to four hundred and nineteen billion it's a result of an increase in exports from china to the united states well exports of u.s. goods dropped and the u.s. trade gap overall well it's swelled to
a ten year six hundred twenty one billion dollar high their numbers not seen since the global financial crisis of two thousand and eight that means quite simply that the united states imports far more goods and services worldwide that it sells this despite promises made by the u.s. president on the campaign trail in two thousand and sixteen that his policies would put america first in the global marketplace the u.s. is currently embroiled in a tit for tat trade war with china posing tariffs on more than two hundred fifty billion of chinese goods china hit back with tariffs on one hundred ten billion of u.s. products as the two sides continue to negotiate trump has delayed his threat to impose tariffs on two hundred billion more of chinese imports in the u.s. and in september the white house released this video arguing the tariffs have already. had
a positive impact we're changing things and we're changing them fast but the commerce department numbers suggest a very different trade reality one the u.s. president seems unwilling to acknowledge kimberley health al-jazeera washington germany's ambassador to venezuela has been expelled for welcoming the opposition into one in caracas on monday. was among a group of diplomats who helped to return to venezuela on monday following a latin american nations talk him master has been accused of meddling in venezuela's internal affairs and has been given forty eight hours to leave the country germany says it's consulting its allies on how to respond the u.s. has also warned it's considering further sanctions on venezuela as president nicolas maduro continues to cling to power despite weeks of protests within the country and the latest move it move to the visas of seventy seven people associated with the venezuelan president when you're up i know it's in colombia's border with
venezuela the u.s. national security adviser john bolton is that warning foreign financial institutions of sanctions if they help majoris government in any way how is this being received. this is being seen as as a continuation of that pressure from the united states against a government of. national security advisor john bolton in part of that statement where he was announcing the potential sanctions on any financial institution that would be aiding the nicholas to the government of nicholas berg who had said that the united states would not allow the the mode of government to steal the wealth of the venezuelan people and adding to that was the u.s. by vice president mike pence saying that the united states would be revoking seventy seven visas of members of nicolas modus government so not only is this being seen as a continuation of that pressure from the united states is being seen as reaffirmation of the united states' support for opposition leader one go.