the entire complex and i'm just your stories about telling it from the people's perspective what they think is happening in their culture. this is al-jazeera. and you're watching the news hour live from it is good to have you here with us coming up in the next sixty minutes airstrikes by israel and gaza and more rocket fire from the strip before an egyptian brokered cease fire between israel and. the british parliament votes to wrest control of the break that agenda from the government and the further blow to prime minister to reserve bank. in israel i saw
first of all the widespread power outage for a second time in a month. and the dodgers are investigation uncovers how america's gun lobby has been working covertly to change a strangely a strict far arms loss. so the egyptian brokered cease fire appears to be holding between israel and hamas off to israeli airstrikes on gaza from where the rockets have also been fired at israel prime minister binyamin netanyahu has left washington d.c. he's on his way back home following the military excavation there were several explosions off was due to come into force about six hours ago but the situation is reported to be calm since earlier the two sides exchanged far across the gaza israel border with multiple israeli airstrikes and at least ten rockets launched from the strip into southern israel. israeli jets heads hamas targets that's
including the offices of the group's leader is melania it also mobilized ground forces near the gaza border and the fighting on monday began when seven israelis were wounded by a rocket which landed on a house in a suburban area of tel aviv israel will not tolerate this i will not tolerate this and as we speak as i told you mr president just now israel is responding forcefully to this wanton aggression i have a simple message to israel's enemies we will do whatever we must do to defend our people and defend our state our correspondent gary fawcett has this update from the israel gaza border. well despite reports of a ceasefire despite announcements of a ceasefire coming from senior hamas officials one of whom said that on tuesday the ministries and schools would be open again inside gaza there has been continued
strikes coming from the israeli side and indeed rockets being fired out of gaza territory as well we heard some intercepted near our position here near the northern area of the gaza border in israeli territory and we can still hear strikes going on in the background as well that is the message we're getting from our colleagues inside gaza that after this ten pm local time cease fire arrangements that have been declared by hamas there were still israeli strikes continuing and as i say we have seen rockets still coming out of gaza as well all of this following what happened earlier on tuesday a rocket fired out of gaza territory hitting an israeli family home northeast of tel aviv seven members of that family injured in that strike benjamin netanyahu promising forceful act reaction to that he is in the middle of a very hard fought election campaign in which he has been criticized by his main
challenger the former israeli army chief benny gantz for his gaza policy for not bringing results in terms of containing hamas and so we were expecting a forceful and indeed major israeli military operation multi-story buildings housing what the israeli military says were the hamas internal security and an insurance building which it said was a secret base for the military intelligence among other services as well as is mahoney the political leader of hamas his office building three major targets already destroyed inside gaza the army was promising that there was more to come. odds are a correspondent reports from the scene of one of the israeli airstrikes in gaza and the thought. that this is the result of one of the israeli air strikes that hit a residential building here in central gaza the first floor of the building hosted
the headquarters of the same insurance company the top floors were residential apartments which had been fully destroyed the residence had hardly any time to escape the strike fleeing the building only minutes before it was destroyed by israeli jets the house was hit first by a number of drone missiles then israeli jets fully destroyed it civil defense and ambulances have arrived in this area is full of residential buildings hitting such buildings in central gaza is a sign of an escalation. of the launch of the strikes airstrikes came as the united states officially recognized israel's claim to sovereignty over the occupied golan heights that's in contravention of international law and a united nations resolution israel sees the strategically important area in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven and that's a key part it ever since our diplomatic editor james bass has this report. the u.n. secretary general here in new york is watching the situation in gaza with great
concern. he's long warned of the dangers of a new conflict a new conflict now on the way the secretary general is gravely concerned by the latest developments regarding gaza today's firing of a rocket from gaza towards israel is a serious and unacceptable violation we're also wear of the latest reports of firing on gaza in a monitoring events we urge all sides to exercise maximum restraint this very moment the secretary general spokesman was briefing reporters president trump was signing his declaration recognizing israel sovereignty over the go land a direct challenge to the international consensus on the issue for the secretary general it is clear that the status of golan is not change the u.s. policy on the golan is reflected in the relevant resolutions of the security council you may notice a reticence to criticize president trump even though there's little doubt his
proclamation is in breach of international law this will be a difficult issue too for the u.s. is close allies on the u.n. security council which meets to discuss israel palestine on choose day since the start of the trumpet ministration the council has allowed the u.s. to lead diplomacy on this file but there is growing unease among diplomats on gaza don't expect any action other than council members adding their voices to the calls for a straight on go land don't expect any action a tall other council members of very unhappy about president trump's decision but even if they wanted to come up with a statement condemning it the u.s. would block it james pays out his era of the united nations. trump's proclamation has received international condemnation with syria calling it a blatant attack on its sovereignty and territorial integrity it says it has a right to reclaim the territory russia has also warned that the move would further
deteriorate the situation in the region and turkey says the decision by the us is unacceptable and it will take action against the decision while the arab league has described trumps action as legitimate israel occupies nearly two thirds of the wider golan heights as a result of the one nine hundred sixty seven conflict all the annual gathering of the pros rael group known as i pack continues in washington is vice president mike pence addressed the conference and expressed support for strong ties with israel mike hanna has this report. tumultuous applause for u.s. vice president mike pence the trumpet ministration is wildly popular in israel and this reflected in what is normally a bipartisan lobbying organizations penn seizing the opportunity to hammer the democratic party members who stayed away from the gathering in point to protest against the methods of the pro israeli lobby eight democratic candidates for
president are actually boycotting this very conference so let me be clear on this point anyone who aspires to the highest office in the land should not be afraid to stand with the strongest supporters of israel in america restrained applause for the democratic party leaders that did turn up including both the senate minority leader and speaker of the house. the major events of the day those took place down the road with prime minister benjamin netanyahu arrive for a meeting with the u.s. president. to mark the occasion by signing a presidential decree recognizing israel's claim to suffer until over the occupied golan heights. met by the israeli prime minister's breathless gratitude this president over the years israel has been blessed to have many friends who sat in the oval office but israel has never
a better friend than you israeli opposition leader benny gantz as grateful as the prime minister for the u.s. move but at the same time warning against israel taking sides in the u.s. political process we want all of america republicans and democrats all of america's republican and democrats to move forward with us in this spirit of true bipartisanship that saved out that served us so well in the past all delegates here are keenly aware of the elections taking place in israel next month many will be voting in that one but a significant number two will also have a say in the u.s. electoral process in twenty twenty and president trumps the city was pro israel policy perhaps a recognition of this news influence in that process orders mike hanna al-jazeera
washington the move to recognize golan heights has been and seen as a major boost for netanyahu seeking reelection his campaign for apec the april mind vote has been hit by corruption scandals and that's now faces criminal charges in three corruption cases pending a review hearing after the election opinion polls put netanyahu his right wing likud and benny gantz a centrist blue and white party neck. jacobs is a partner with the truman national security project and he joins us now from washington d.c. thank you very much for coming on the program. we've seen that escalation in gaza and southern israel it seems far seems to be holding right now but how important are netanyahu next steps with regards to what he does with security with gaza when it comes to his election campaign. well it's good to be with you and i'm happy
to be here tonight. on yahoo has really is primary ability to win the election is based on the idea that most polling suggests that israelis don't really want to see anyone else in charge of the country they don't really trust anyone else to secure the country to keep the economy going in the way that it's you know as to keep israel in the international scene the way that he has so his handling of the gaza situation currently is vitally important what makes him very complex is his right flank who he has relied on greatly over the last few weeks to maintain his the possibility of being able to put together a governing coalition has actually been pretty negative on his past six past plans in gaza people see that the israelis see that netanyahu has been read as and
he's been very cautious with gaza where is his right flank wants him to be far more aggressive so the next twenty four hours will be very telling in terms of how aggressive netanyahu gets decides to become visit he his right flank and how to keep them out of fight and keep keep them in his corner as we've been saying that part of his campaign has been overshadowed by these corruption charges now given that. he's just a come back from the hours coming back from the united states where trump has. recognized israel's sovereignty over the golan heights how much of a could also is that for him as he goes into his election campaign. it's sizable i mean his entire campaign like that and the messaging that most israelis are seeing is that he has good relationships with donald trump and obviously the relationship between the prime minister of israel and the present united states is vitally important and it's you know leaning so heavily on his relationship with
trump also points to some of his nervousness in terms of. the domestic scandals and this possible indictment that he's facing so in terms of the go on heights i think any you know honest observer of the region will will have recognized that the golan heights in large part would have always remained within israel regardless of what sort of peace proposal at some point maybe signed with you the palestinians or the jordanians or the syrians so the recognition by the american president of the golan heights is part of israel isn't particularly shocking the timing is a little bit surprising it's very much sort of a gift of trying to natanya but at the same time that in ten ya'll is facing electoral difficulties difficulties trump is also needs to keep his right his right flank and particularly the v.n. jellicoe base in the united states happy with him and doing this certainly does
that and speaking of the golan heights there has been international condemnation so it seems trump is the main proponent of recognizing this but how does that what does that do to the balance in the area and the peace accord that is currently in place. well it's not going to change anything in terms of the peace accords with egypt or jordan it changes things going forward and interestingly it's almost an existential change in the way that things need to be calculated whereas since the camp david accords where the idea of land for peace was officiated and the terminations was made that land could be exchanged for peace that's sort of been the calculation of both israeli governments and the arab world and the pals to and the palestinians at large so the idea that the golan has now been. ceded to the israelis with neither a peace negotiation with the syrians although in reality there is no chance of
having a negotiation with the syrians there's no there is no syrian government right now it's a country that's still deep into a civil war of the last several years but the but but the very reality that they've sort of changed the mathematical mathematical equation of land for peace to land for sort of just reality on the ground certainly it could change things going forward. jacobs good to speak to you great to get your insight thank you very much . well still have plenty more ahead this news hour including. a battle between the taliban ads combined afghan and u.s. forces killed at least eighteen people most of them children. and sports want to baseball's most sought after players as a financial homerun we'll have the details later in the program.
british m.p.'s have voted to take control of the brags that agenda away from the government this is another crushing blow to prime minister to resign may not be forced to hand over control to parliament on wednesday m.p.'s will then try and work out a way forward may says the move sets an unwelcome president a barker has more details from westminster m.p.'s of confidently in favor of the oliver letwin amendment that would allow m.p.'s to hold a series of so-called in ticket to votes on wednesday on a whole range of possible breaks in options possibly a much softer breaks into reserve may's own stalled deal one that sees the u.k. remain closely aligned to the customs union and single market possibly also a debate and vote on another e.u. referendum the list is seemingly endless what is very damaging though for the prime
minister is the fact that thirty conservative m.p. and peace from her own ranks have defied her orders and voted in support of this amendment to chose an increasingly lack of confidence in the prime minister and being able to deliver bricks a tool earlier in the day the prime minister says that it wasn't time as yet to bring her story deal back to the house for another go it's already been voted down resoundingly twice before but they could possibly be. a way out of this political impasse for the prime minister if m.p.'s only when the state decides to show a degree of consensus around a much softer version of breaks it into reason may's own plans it could in theory force many hard line breaks the two years who have so far resisted supporting the prime minister time actually decided now to back her deal so we may well see to
reason may's plans return to parliament later on in the week but right now the political scenario and strategy for the government is very unclear m.p.'s have made it very very clear to the prime minister that they are determined to define the brics it battlefield in the coming days. for the second time in a month venezuela has been struck by a major power outage in sixteen of the country's twenty three states have been affected by the blackout but led to this latest outage is unclear at this point but the information minister says the main i'd really like to attack. the is following the story from my cow and columbia. the capital caracas and at least half of them in this well and states suffered another major blackout on monday this was started around one thirty pm it continued through the afternoon and at the beginning of the evening just served as people were trying to go back home metro system was down in
caracas in another number of cities many stores closed fearing the looting and the kind of chaos that we've seen two weeks ago in venezuela when the country was paralyzed by the longest blackout in its history and just like two weeks ago the government of president nicolas maduro blamed the opposition and their allies starting with the united states as being behind an attack on. the largest and most important hydroelectric plant in the country this serves most of the swelling in the meantime also the political international confrontation surrounding the government of nicolas maduro continued to military to russian military airplane landed in caracas over the weekend with the troops the u.s. is now calling that a reckless escalation of the situation in venezuela promising some type of
retaliation so as we can see both inside and internationally the confrontation continues for the future of the country. more than six hundred thousand people have signed a petition calling for the impeachment of thailand's election commission the online petition follows allegations of widespread irregularities in the election though it is shaping up to be a close race between the party backed by the military government and the main opposition party. the preliminary findings of a u.n. investigation in northern afghanistan has found that a u.s. airstrike on saturday killed thirteen civilians most of them children there strike and can do is follow the taliban raid that killed six afghan and american soldiers bellus reports. what's left of one man's life on the back the farm truck and condos. under the blankets a tiny casualties of the afghan war the u.n.
cease ten children and three adults were killed in a u.s. airstrike on saturday morning. show it was around one am on friday when the plane bombed there is thirteen people were killed the victims are from my aunt's family my cousins their daughters and grandchildren they are all my family. in afghanistan so many people are dying in airstrikes in rural areas farm trucks are often used to bring bodies into town seem to says this was two weeks ago and girls me province. and in latin province following a strike three weeks ago u.s. forces say they didn't to see civilian casualties yet these people blame the us chanting death to america. but not the many cock up parts of the government are saying they didn't do this it's not their job they say it's the us our government is backing the us then the us is doing this to us but americans are being killed
her the latest is strikes and condos were ordered hours after two u.s. soldiers were killed nearby along with four afghan commandos they were on a joint operation against the taliban u.s. forces say they were acting in self defense and take every mission to prevent civilian casualties in contrast they say to the taliban who intentionally hide behind women and children the u.s. is investigating the strike the u.n. wants the findings published in compensation paid to victims in. strikes are an increasing problem in afghanistan u.s. forces relaxed the rules of engagement last year removing certain proximity requirements for is strikes the results according to the un was the deaths of three hundred ninety three civilians more than double the year prior more than twenty five nineteen twenty fifteen and twenty sixteen combined two thirds of the did women and children but i don't believe that they were not al qaeda they were not
terrorists they were from this soil from this nation for god's sake we asked the government why are we killed. far from conduce province the u.s. and taliban continue to negotiation into the seventeen year war with the prospect of peace is fuelling a battle both sides fighting for leverage in the talks in the middle like these children still in the pajamas they went to sleep and balance their. new zealanders already banned semi automatic weapons and as rewriting its laws in the wake of the mosque shootings got lost in australia where they allegedly attacker came from are much tougher but officials from america's powerful gun lobby then ari have been filmed by al-jazeera as an investigative unit abides in the history and political party and how to deal with public opinion in the wake of a mass shooting peter charlie has the story. on a visit to washington last attempt by
a team from pauline hanson's one nation party sort of help from the n.r.a. in order to change a stranger's strict gun control laws in the country where you live on this. in a series of meetings one nation was given advice on how best to prepare a stranger for a change to its laws i think beneficial if you are all it takes steps in the right direction to start providing protection to people then again that house that's the stuff. i would get. a look at australia a stray or severely restricted the sale of semiautomatic and automatic guns following a messenger in the tasmanian town of port arthur in one thousand nine hundred six. thirty five people were murdered by a gunman using an a r fifteen assault rifle six hundred fifty thousand weapons were confiscated and destroyed you probably don't really get called to wipe out
a national gun ban overnight but if you can work around the market with eight improve the lives of going on a daily basis it does demonstrate i'm a big you know didn't get sloppy can start making a difference for it down the narrative so that people can issue a reaction to going to use it. astray strict gun control laws are problematic for the n.r.a. is officials have said they fear success could be used to limit gun ownership in america it's the left wing anti gun owners who literally point to australia as this shining model as to why we need gun bans and gun confiscation in the run up to the port arthur massacre australia was tracking on the liberal and right my shoes as the americans since not having any six their brain zero mass shootings of people but not to be a silent in stride no. one nation was coached on how to react if soft a gun was a village to another measure in a stranger in
a officials suggested to one nation that they smear advocates of gun control for exploiting the massacre there used to raise children but for. them to go on if your policy isn't good enough to stand. there. for. the really good that's a great way to go the. playbook also included planting articles there's a lot of times we'll write down for like a local sheriff in wisconsin or whatever and we'll drop dead or she will have distracted we'll do a lot of the legwork because these people are busy and this is our job so we'll help them and then they'll submit it with their name on it so that it looks organic and it's coming from that community we will have we're all behind this charlie al-jazeera sydney on that's been reaction from australia's prime minister who says
he's very concerned by the findings of all desirous investigation and thomas has more details from sydney. early on tuesday australia's prime minister scott morrison sent a tweet saying that reports that senior one nation officials call to foreign political donations from the us gun lobby to influence our elections and undermine our gun laws are deeply concerning and that really gets to the heart of the two crucial aspects of this story first that one nation a political party was trying to get money from a foreign organization in this case the national rifle association in order to swing elections here now this secret footage was recorded at the end of last year but since the beginning of this year foreign donations to political parties have been illegal in australia and even then they were highly controversial ironically with one nation foremost among those calling for a change and for foreign donations for political parties to become illegal so not a good look there and then there is the aspect of getting that money to try and weaken australia strict gun laws the gun laws were tightened here in australia in
the wake of a massacre back in one thousand nine hundred six and there's a lot of concern among australians that those gun laws could be weakened in months and years to come but securely of course in the wake of what happened what twelve days ago in new zealand with the massacre in christ church one nation for their part they're trying to turn the tables they put out a statement early on tuesday as well accusing al jazeera of being a foreign agent state propaganda arm of the qatari government they say not a legitimate media organization they have also accused the undercover reporter of himself being a foreign agent and they say they refer this whole matter to the australian federal police questioning whether it amounts to foreign interference into australian politics that's not yet having much traction though at the moment all the pressure here is on one nation themselves. contacted all those who featured in their wrists or ports but no one responded you can watch the full program provide is there is investigative unit it's called how to sell a massacre on tuesday at twelve g.m.t.
. family and friends are still reeling from the after school shooting in florida last year and now they're dealing with a new tragedy says survivors have died in apparent suicides within a span of a week community leaders are urging parents to speak to their children about the trauma that still haunts many of the students reports and we are the parents of aviel richmond jeremy richmond's daughter was one of twenty children and six adults murdered at the sandy hook school in newtown connecticut in twenty twelve he and his wife jennifer hensel started a foundation in the name of their daughter of the l dedicated to exploring brain science research and mental health treatment with this foundation is our hope to our beautiful of you. and all the others fall into such a sense of and with violence richmond was found dead in his office on monday
he was forty nine police declined to give the cause or manner of his death other than saying it does not appear to be suspicious a police spokesman said this is a heartbreaking event for the richmond family and the newtown community as a whole in parkland florida the community is mourning nineteen year old sidney yellow she escaped the mass shooting that killed seventeen of her fellow students and teachers at marjorie stoneman douglas high school a little over a year ago i.l.s. mother said the first year college student took her own life she had struggled with depression and anxiety one of i.l.o.'s best friends meadow pollack was killed in the high school shooting. another teenage survivor of the mass murder a boy died in an apparent suicide on saturday florida police said the victim was not named the deaths focused attention on the severe effects of trauma on survivors
of gun violence and their families every know they think it is sad right now we're grappling with a lot of mental health issues and have come to the forefront as a result of a lot of these shootings according to statistics published by the national health council a group of health care providers pharmaceutical and health insurance companies and health related nonprofit organizations five million americans suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder on an annual basis the council says seventy seven percent of children exposed to school shootings develop p.t.s.d. a higher percentage than do veterans of the wars in afghanistan and iraq and it says more than sixty five percent of children exposed to traumatic events attempt suicide at some point in their lives in despair and violence that lingers long after the shooting stops robert oulds al jazeera.
an emotional goodbye to the volunteers who died trying to save lives after a ferry capsized in iraq. and in sports a comeback falls short for the gary and tennis player a lot of details. hello again and welcome back to your national weather forecast well here across china we have been seeing some rain shower activity but that's going to be starting to edge up as we go towards tuesday we're not looking to see too much in terms of a problem with the rain tempters looking quite nice across much of the region we're going to be six shanghai at twenty two but shanghai your temperatures are coming down as we go towards wednesday because we do expect to see some rain coming into
play there down here towards hong kong though it is going to be a humid day for you with a temperature of twenty six degrees as a regular down here across parts of thailand well we have the rain has been a problem over the last few days you can see it here on the satellite image bangkok has been cloudy for you as well we do expect to see as we go towards tuesday maybe the clouds remaining temptress going up to about thirty four degrees there plenty of rain down here across parts of malaysia jakarta though you're going to be seeing some rain as well with a temper there of about thirty three degrees and then here across parts of india well not much in terms of clouds most of those are up here towards the north passing through new delhi but for the rest of the subcontinent in terms of the heat we are looking at temperatures making their way towards the high thirty's in many locations i dare bad about thirty eight degrees for you kolkata at thirty seven but up here towards katmandu we may see some rain in your forecast with a temperature of seventeen. the weather sponsored by countdown and. on counting the cost this week on al-jazeera will take
a deeper dive into what's behind algeria's protests the last what italy get from joining china's felten road initiative plus we'll take a look at the plight of venezuela's struggling fishermen. counting the cost on al-jazeera. april on al jazeera nature leaders will gather just celebrate the seventieth anniversary of the un looms in washington d.c. madam husain engages in rigorous debate cutting through the headlines on that front twenty five years old from the genocide that killed nearly a million people wonder has rebuilt but how far of its people have been reconciled the emmy award winning show phone lines is back with more investigative journalism and in-depth stories israel is to hold an early election on the ninth of april but with a corruption scandal looming will benjamin netanyahu extend his ten years as prime minister april on al-jazeera.
again you're watching out of there and here is her minder from main story israel has carried out air strikes across the gaza strip and at least ten rockets have been long on this trip into southern israel the latest reports claim is seen as far as been brokered by egypt but there are still reports of explosions. british m.p.'s have voted to take control of the bags it away from the government prime minister terrorism may well be forced to have it over to parliament on wednesday. and for the second time this month venezuela struck up a major power outage at least sixteen of the country's twenty three states have
been affected the information minister says the country's main hyper electorate has been the attack. ok we now return to our top story on the air strikes between israel and gaza earlier we spoke to al-jazeera senior political analyst marwan bashara and he says israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu is paying the price for his policies. there are no good options at this point in time for prime minister netanyahu i think you've ignored this for a long time he played lots of games with the egyptians and the palestinians over the last several months and he couldn't reach a long term ceasefire as it was expected with egyptian assistance and now he's actually paying the price two weeks before the elections and as much as gaza of course is paying the price so now he has three possible scenarios or three possible options one is to accept the egyptian cease fire to mediation and as we've seen already israel is violating them because i actually don't believe the prime
minister of the now will put his political future and is or security in the hands of egypt that would mediate such a cease fire because that would also mean that hamas and jihad in gaza have a veto over israeli future incursions to gaza the second option is that he does continue this bombings certain selected targets within within gaza which i think within hours maybe a day or two will need to retaliation from hamas and jihad and hence rockets will start falling in various parts of israel and believe me it seems from the various reports jihad and hamas have to pull or quadruple the number of rockets they have in the war of two thousand and fourteen the third option is that he goes all the way which means continue real carpet bombing of gaza leads into invasion and potentially as many of his coalition partners ask is reoccupation of gaza
that will take weeks months that means a huge israeli and of course but assuming casualties and that means he might win some of the battles but he will lose i think a war of this nature if nothing you know fights that he will end up losing that premiership. the elections because israelis couldn't believe that after ten years of netanya after decades of war in the west bank that they are still the target of hamas rockets ok listen let's talk about that this is the longest range missile since the two thousand and fourteen conflict what do you make of the timing of what i mean far as hamas and jihad the concern they are retaliating. is prime minister netanyahu claims from washington that this is a want on aggression and one time means unprovoked aggressive.
bloody attack gaza is under occupation for the last fifty two years and israel just had an incursion into gaza last night and there were attacks in the west bank and in one. israeli prison against palestinian prisoners in fact over the last three years or three and a half years since the two thousand and fourteen there has been some three hundred . israeli incursions into the gaza strip and of course countless numbers of bombardments of arrests in the west bank and so on so forth so the palestinians are not exactly suddenly aggressing israel they are retaliating to first of all and the reality of occupation but also to continuous. israeli incursion. government leaders in mozambique's capital are put oh are being accused of not doing enough to help cyclon survivors in a city where there is a strong support for the opposition a last week strong devastated barrow which is mozambique's fourth largest city our
correspondent tony berkeley takes a look at how survivors are coping. on the streets a view of the clean up of cycling even as destruction has begun it's a massive task volunteers a very ground to try and restore a sense of normality to this ravaged city. mango is the hands on mayor who gets up every day at five am to supervise the operation and try and restore hope we also are trying to tell the people there's no food. but we need to work we need to work off hours so we need to rebuild our selves people are living in schools and on street corners it's a miserable existence even for families familiar with hardship before the psych loan struck this region had an unemployment rate of seventy percent with forty percent of those making living on the streets the majority of big companies that employ most a beer is full time work force have been devastated by it i many have gone bust and
getting the economy back up and running is now one of the top priorities it's been a climatic battleground here but also a political one there has been hardcore opposition and it's voted five times against the ruling for lemo government in parliamentary and presidential elections and some people here believe they're paying a price for that opposition critics accuse government leaders in the capital more previously failing to invest in infrastructure including schools and hospitals and of not doing enough to help victims of the disaster there so question i asked grogs . god why are you bricking psycho. i want to get. only god can tell me that. i'm safe to say that only the central government can tell us what i do a lot giving us government supporters maintaining all it can with limited funds and that. funding is allocated regardless of which party is governing and all provinces
what is important is the direction of the country and not the party. but politics is a game that few of mozambique's poor and destitute play their lives have always been a struggle humbert to has been unemployed for twenty five years he lived in a shack and survived a lot of jobs the cycle only left him with nothing. and did at least i had a home before the psych on of my life was a little normal even though i didn't have much but now i have lost everything it's not just me sleeping here the streets are full of families with children. many of beer is new street well as don't know what even care this is an election year in mozambique for them life is about if and when they will next eat not when they'll vote. we did it i don't care about politics we just need help there's nothing to eat and we don't have medication we don't even have pots and plates. the misery for many of mozambique cycling victims won't end until help arrives tony berkeley
al-jazeera beera. democrats in the house of representatives have given the justice department a deadline of the seconds of april to hand over the full report of special counsel robert mueller his inquiry found that there was no collusion between the trump election campaign and russian officials but only a summary has been made public had a coherent reports from washington d.c. u.s. president donald trump feeling vindicated and victimized it was a terrible thing. we can never let this happen to another president again i can tell you that i said very strongly. very few people i know could have handled it we can never ever let this happen to another president again with that he's calling for an investigation into how the investigation of him began and one of his top allies in the senate is complying what makes no sense to me is all the
abuse by the department of justice in the f.b.i. the unprofessional conduct the shady behavior nobody seems to think this much important. well that's going to change i hope this summer of miller's report says the special counsel didn't decide if the president obstructed justice saying he didn't conclude the president committed a crime it also does not exonerate him democrats want to know what that means they want to see the evidence for themselves we have a four page summary written by somebody else not by rubber roller and that somebody else is not a disinterested party he's a political appointee. donald j. trump they will call the attorney general and the special counsel to testify before congress and they will push to get the report made public this investigation means trump will avoid a criminal court in this case but democrats are hoping that he can still lose in the court of public opinion. al-jazeera washington. while the miller report to send
shock waves through u.s. politics americans have grown wary of the political infighting and they got explains. after twenty two months special counsel report is complete is investigation set out to establish whether the trump campaign colluded with the russians to help the president with the twenty sixteen election along the way some people very close to president trump were indicted but after poring over the evidence maloney's team concluded there was no collusion and there will be no more documents for many voters across the u.s. reaction has been muted a great deal see the investigation and ensuing coverage is a distraction from the real work that needs to be done it would be ironic would mean that the report turns into something we can all agree upon which is let's move on and work together unfortunately i think it's a lot of waste of taxpayer dollars i mean i know there could have been something there it's. to me the time to determine those kind of issues is before the election
not after said i think it's just time to get some more time to expose real wrongdoing by trump trump is going to say politics professor jones if you since he says many ordinary voters haven't followed the extensive coverage and grew weary months ago there's assumption that everyone's paying attention and and we're all waiting with baited breath for this report but most people don't really care that much and the people that do pay attention their minds are probably already made up one way or the other the political infighting over the report will undoubtedly continue and many people we've spoken to want congress to continue digging for any potential wrongdoing but the overwhelming sense is that most voters have more pressing issues on their minds the economy wages and health care with the big issues and many want politicians to get back to working on policies that have real impact on their lives i think alec are all the zero miami florida. a u.s.
lawyer who represented the adult film star strongly daniels in our lawsuit against the u.s. president donald trump has been charged with fraud michael i'm not saying says he expects to be exonerated prosecutors are accusing him of trying to extort more than twenty billion dollars from the sports giant might be a minority has been released on a three hundred thousand dollars bail. funerals been held in iraq for yet another victim of last week's ferry disaster as well as the dozens of passengers who drowned three fall in tears also died in that take over while trying to recover bodies now the shah name has this report from walsall. mohammed just some awad was like many other iraqis displaced from his home by years of conflict and struggling to find work but these people gathered to offer condolences will remember the heroic actions of a twenty four year old in extraordinary circumstances mohamad volunteered to help
retrieve bodies from the tigris river within hours of an overloaded amusement park ferry capsizing he borrowed money to take a taxi to the accident site to be. saying i'm going father and mother with a smile it was as if he knew he was not coming back. he couldn't help seeing all those people drown and not doing anything about it so he acted spontaneously since he was a little kid he was always brave and helpful to others. without any diving gear mohamed told eight bodies from the cold murky river while battling against a strong and unforgiving current mosul emergency responders were overwhelmed by the scope of the ferry accident they lacked equipment and manpower officials were so desperate for assistance they put out a call via the media for volunteers two of those volunteers including mohammed
drowned while trying to recover more bodies from the water side heard about his death on the news and says he was overcome with emotion. it inspired me to go to the river and retrieve this hero to return him to his family his tribe and to the people of mosul everyone is so proud of him he achieved so much that will be remembered for years to come. dozens of people are still missing each day since the accident families gather outside the morgue hoping the next body brought in will be their loved ones most of the victims were women and children as young as two years and know. they are stripped from the simplest of their rights to have closure i'm afraid the longer these missing remain at the bottom of the river the bodies will decompose beyond recognition therefore we will have to go to the next stage with the d.n.a. testing and it will take months. in a city riven by sectarian violence muhammad's family hope his death will become
olivier giroud killing them up and and one griezmann all got on the scoresheet as they beat iceland for a nail in paris they've now scored eight goals in just two matches france were runners up the last year as in two thousand and sixteen which they hosted european champions portugal are still without a win they've drawn both their opening games and this time they were held by serbia one one zero such problems for england so though the world cup semifinalists hammered montenegro five one for a second when world football's governing body fifa have set a date to hear chelsea's appeal against a one year transfer ban the hearing will happen on april the eleventh a london club were punished for breaking rules protecting teenage players fifa claimed they breached the regulations in twenty nine cases the blues cannot take on new players for the next two transfer windows and have also been fined a six hundred thousand dollars. time wimbledon champion patrick a bit of
a beat caroline garcia to advance to the quarter finals of the miami open meanwhile on the men's tour group or demitra of all bug area was knocked out of the for round by australia's jordan thompson a year ago demetrius was ranked inside the world's top four but injury struggles to push them down to twenty nine thompson taking the match seven five seven five. it's one of baseball's most sought after players has hit a financial home run mike trout has that and a twelve year contract extension with the l.a. angels worth more than four hundred million dollars santa hamish reports. the low thirty's angels have officially landed the big one center fielder mike trout have found a record breaking twelve year contract extension would hold in the thirty million dollars to welcome the bill twenty seven nor my truck has been the american league's most valuable player own two creations the twenty seven year old will now
be expected to bring his team some overdue world series success and i still think the saints you guys are. thank you know that i believe all and just want a chance to check in i was going to. try out four hundred thirty million dollars deal will bring him an annual salary of around thirty six million dollars it smashes the thirteen year three hundred thirty million dollars contract recently signed by bryce harper at the philadelphia phillies. folk i'm paris and alex rodriguez a rod agree to a ten year two hundred seventy five million dollars deal with the yankees in two thousand and seven pretty much the group that's driven out the center for the angels haven't won the world series since two thousand and two and the sis the outlay on trout is part of the considered plan for success. you have
a farm system that is out that is going in the right direction i'm going to continue to build something sustainable here something healthy here and expect to criminally beat any of the top teams in baseball year in year out the chance to. try out was due to be a free agent next year realistically the angels had to break a record to keep one of the league's most sought after hitches and she a lot of talk that didn't actually ease back she was you know i enjoy i enjoy every minute period it's not you know i was a mix that a child in jail for life it's the best news i've heard since two thousand and two when angels won the world series very exciting is going to be around yeah he's worth the money because the best player in baseball there is one curious to to stick trial to be desperate to correct the season for all his individual success
trott is yet to win a playoff game with the angels sun has moved to syria. and f.l. star rob gronkowski has decided to quit the game at the age of just twenty nine when koski helped lead the new england patriots to three super bowl titles and nine seasons but has battled a number of serious injuries in recent seasons his totals of eighty one receptions and twelve touchdowns in the postseason are records for a tight end. now more than nine months after winning their first ever stanley cup the washington capitals visited the white house u.s. president donald trump honored the team several members of the team chose not to attend including goalie braden holtby who said it just didn't feel right to super bowl champions the philadelphia eagles an n.b.a. winning team the golden state warriors both have their white house invitations for a vote. and that's all your support for now more later. and that's it for me this
news hour but stay with us jordan will be here with more of the day's news. and africa's technological edge the santa. and group to live side by side. in its first episode life ops challenges kenya up develop us to help small scale farmers cultivates a new future but can mobile phones really be the seed of change it's us putting people into because it's all over the board people to go live outside silicon savannah on al-jazeera. and monday pointed wote on. u.s. and british companies have announced the biggest discovery of natural gas in west africa but what to do with these untapped natural resources is already a source of heated debate nothing much has changed they still spend most of the days looking forward to full dry river beds like this one five years on the syrians
still feel battered or even those who managed to escape their countries haven't truly been able to escape the war. they said what do you think of waterboarding i said i think we absolutely need it we should have an adequate tax we should have more people in power investigates the private companies in rural us towns allegedly complicit in the illegal use of torture under interrogation the sun will rise once a day and then sets not if you're in the hands of the cia you can make the sun shine or not rendition visited one on out is iraq.
when every. sporadic exchanges between israel and hamas across the gaza strip despite in the gypsum brokered cease fire. hello i'm daryn live from doha also coming up the british parliament votes to take control of the break that agenda in the government and a further blow to minister to resign. venezuela suffers another widespread power outage for the second time in a month. looking up the pieces of bottles of mozambique's devastating storm when the government.