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decided not to do that they use now saying ok well we'll give you the ten if you come up with a plan before the plan we can discuss at that meeting on april the tenth well look perhaps we'll have to see how we can go forward maybe there won't be another deal but is what the saying is for them the most plausible outcome at this stage is a no deal although it will tell. the twelfth i should say and they are saying that they have ramped up preparations for that are they ready if that should be the case thank you very much for that for now that's natasha butler with all the latest live in brussels now for people who are both for and against brics it breaks it off finding common ground on one thing which is the whole process has been handled badly and what has been speaking to some in london. several thousand people have gathered here outside the house of commons hoping that the politicians will hear that message that breaks it means bricks that a real cross-section of people here are young and old i was talking to two eighteen
year olds who said their parents were remain as they were too young to vote when that vote happened back in twenty sixteen but they said to secure the future they wanted to leave the you remember this is the day that turned reason i'm a promise that the u.k. would leave the role concerns of course that this could be hijacked by hijacked although by the bobwhite we did see the far right and this is tell me what winston along i think this has been a calm protest in good spirits but also a lot of disappointment i think it's fair to say though that the numbers are in no way as long as they work with the launch remain demonstration which happened at the weekend the weather is next and then the cracking down on immigration donald trump questions to close the u.s. border with mexico we will go live to our white house correspondent.
hello again and welcome back well her across china over the next few days we're going to see an increase of rain from many locations as well as the temperature drop particularly appear towards the north in the eastern part of the area so right now can be seen shanghai as we go towards saturday about one thousand degrees fuzhou zero at twenty six degrees the big change is as we go toward sunday more rain and also some cooler air coming into places shanghai all getting to about fifteen degrees and for joe rain in your forecast with a temperature of eighteen one condo temp to stay about modern for this time of year but you are going to be seeing some rain on the way up well here across india it's not the rain it is going to be that he will going to be dealing with particularly temperatures that are above average for this time of year so the temperatures into the low forty's for many locations diaper at forty one degrees hyderabad at forty maybe slightly better as we go toward sunday but still it is going to be quite
intense with plenty of sun across much of the area and then here across the gulf it is going to be quite warm of the next few days here in doha twenty six degrees is going to be the high there are going to be some showers just to the north but as we go towards sunday it is going to be a cloudy day with the temps are there of thirty degrees riyadh at thirty three degrees in abu dhabi we're going to see more clouds in your forecast with a temperature of thirty two degrees there. it is murder when you throw a fire bomb into someone's home and. you know the next not. insignificant ideologically that is significant is it. very significant. if the fact. that the radicalized series on al-jazeera.
the to have you with us on al-jazeera these are our top stories britain's parliament has rejected a slim down version of tory is amazing. it is the third time. in european war that the u.k. is now likely to meet the bloc no agreement on april twelfth called an extraordinary summit for a protest. now as many as one million algerians are protesting against president add that is for the sixth straight week well this was the scene earlier in the capital algy is where protest album on the ground or the whole of the entire political establishment there accusing politicians of being corrupt and out of
touch with the needs of the people more now from bernard smith. a sixth week of peaceful protests in algeria though so far no change in government but many algerians feel they've never been closer. twenty years is enough so get out l.j. area has many candidates who are competent to take the job so why would the regime stifle them in their own country are you this there's a breath of fresh air algeria doesn't deserve this we deserve to live in peace you know not that i'm here to come from the people's demands they have to listen to us . earlier this week the army backed their calls for president abdelaziz bouteflika to step down. by the ruling party its coalition partner and i'll jarius biggest union have also now joined the calls for beautifully could to go but the eighty two year old remains in office even if he does go that won't be enough for the
protesters and then. we want to move to a real democratic country for a transitional period and to set a new algerian government which will be elected by the people and not by this government we are against this government the the protesters want an overhaul of a powerful establishment that has been entrenched in power since algerian independence from france in one thousand nine hundred sixty two they won the resignation of the ruling elite but a subtle longside beautifully could for twenty years were anything like about to happen the powerful military would have to agree and it's very sensitive to signs of instability that. everyone is waiting for the constitutional council to rule on beautifully his fitness for office based on health reasons it's given no indication when it will make a decision if it rules a president unfit for office parliament must endorse the decision by a two thirds majority even if that happens it will only just begin will fill the
demands of the hundreds of thousands of algerians who've spoken out in protest. bernard smith al-jazeera. and we're going now to our correspondent who is joining us live from tunis a neighbor intimacy aware arab league foreign ministers is setting up the agenda for a summit on sunday interestingly hashim the situation in algeria isn't expected to be on the arab league agenda. no mention whatsoever of the political crisis although we do understand that the president of the senate. is going to be here. to attend the. summit and i think it's going to be an opportunity for him to talk to many arab leaders about the latest developments on the ground particularly neighboring countries are closely watching the situation as it evolves in syria and in the last few minutes we've heard that it's at least
a million people out on the streets and we have heard this number before in the last six weeks what are you hearing about the situation in algeria. huge crowds particularly in the capital we're getting reports of rallies in different parts of the country or united all saying in the same voice that they want the ruling elite of on syria to step aside and there were some concerns over the last few days with the army is stepping in and saying that they would like to see the constitutional council trigger article one that this move could take the steam out of the problem across the movement which has been building up momentum over the last few weeks but what we've seen is that is the opposite the movement and continues to build up putting more pressure not only on the president and his entourage but also on the military to bring about something different because the
people are saying that the problem with the article one or two is that it would pave the way for the president the senate to take over for the same political establishment that has been grown by president. over the last twenty years to control for what they want is a radical reform that would bring about someone else and you face to lead along with a national unity government for a transitional period then all those unions can set aside their differences at the goetia of the terms of a transition to a real democracy because ultimately elizabeth. people are saying it's not only about what it's about but it's about corruption it's about embezzlement of public funds is about a government just connected from reality it's about the need to solve the challenges and problems that algeria face of the don't really believe that this current political elite is up to. there's
a consensus in the coming days this is just going to further deepen the political crisis but i don't see any way out of this political. will because the army says it wants to see article one o two a trigger where the protesters are saying no we want something far more radical than that approach with considered to be one of the placebo very interesting days in algeria thank you very much for that. with the latest live in neighboring tunis thank you now the head of the arab league has rejected the u.s. decision to recognize israel's claim over the occupied golan heights. also called for political solutions to complex and seven year libya and yemen. the arabs refuse the occupation to be given names other than occupation nor the occupation force be given legitimacy we say it loud and clear the golan is an occupied arab syrian territory as per the international law and the un s.c.
resolutions any unilateral declaration of sovereignty over the golan by any state is in conflict with this fact and will not change the true reality to the us now a president has threatened to shut the border with mexico he too it had not long ago part of it reads if mexico doesn't immediately stop all illegal immigration coming into the united states through our southern border i will be closing the border or large sections of the border next week let's go to our correspondent kimberly hellcat she is joining us live from washington d.c. any indication that he would make this announcement kimberly what's behind it. we didn't expect to see this today but certainly the president has made these kinds of threats before not with the specific timeline that we're seeing this time in terms of what's behind it there continue to be reports of large groups of people flooding into mexico from honduras el salvador guatemala central america namely
heading towards the u.s. border and there continues to be great concern in the united states really across democrats and republicans about the sort of continuing influx given the fact that there are so many children that are coming out accompanied it does have an enormous burden on the southern border in terms of resources and so this may be what has prompted the president to make this announcement now the question becomes why he is doing it at this moment given the fact that we have seen this type of pressure for some time in fact we know that in the last six weeks the number of migrants coming into the united states through the southern border has been up dramatically in just the last six weeks this is that thirteen year high according to department of homeland security numbers this may because of those numbers be the reason the president is talking about this now he's potentially trying to put pressure on the
mexican government to do more to stop the central american migrants from coming into mexico so that the united states doesn't have to deal with this problem so that's why we see the president in the series of tweets pointing to mexico this is something that we've seen presidents do before including ronald reagan back in one thousand nine hundred five when they feel they're not getting the cooperation of the partner country taking action and making these types of threats which would have severe economic impact and you know what about cooperation within the u.s. itself because president trump has already declared a national emergency to secure funding for the long promised border war with mexico so when things stand with that emergency and with the funding. yeah so it's a little bit messy in terms of math but the bottom line is donald trump declared a national emergency and at this point it stands there were many in congress that tried to overturn it but they simply didn't have the numbers to try and overturn
what many people believe is an overreach of presidential authority so for now that stands one wrinkle in all of that however is that some of that funding that has been secured is being held up by some in the armed services committee in the house of representatives which is controlled by democrats the bottom line i think we have to look at all of this in terms of the tremendous cost the both the united states and mexico would feel if the president were to close the border when you look at the numbers some one point seven billion in goods and services crosses back and forth each year hundreds of thousands every day it would impact people's ability to work to travel to even trade it would have a significant impact so it's not one that could be taken lightly and perhaps would again be challenged in terms of the president's right to do so but if you look at the precedent there have been other presidents that have done so for different reasons so this would be something that would be challenged but ultimately it does appear that precedent is on the president's side if he decides to move ahead
committee thank you very much for that and that's committee health at the nation's live in washington d.c. thank you. now four days after the disputed election in the commode islands at least three gunmen have been killed in a shootout with the military that happened near the capital of warning local reports say the men were a group of soldiers accused of attempting to separately presidential candidate so he mohammad has been arrested the home of the last sunday's election accuses the government of rigging the results he and the opposition presidential candidates only announce they plan to unseat president as on the money. now more people are being forced into refugee camps in nigeria because of fighting between separatists and government troops and southern cameroon more than thirty thousand have been officially registered but aid workers say the actual number is much higher after the first reports from one of the four permanent settlements built for refugees and nigeria's cross river state. i get on refugio cambyses sprawling community of
thousands and it's growing every week as violence continues to force more people across the border into nigeria. here there are no families preparing the evening meal. it's been a year now since they fled the fighting they may have a shelter and food for now but only one thing preoccupies their main. player. you're supposed to live where you belong. we are praying that got her problems it will get finished. but like many refugees beltre knows that day is long way off more for comparators continue to arrive with stories of continuing violence by call. as all refugees move into permanent structures you ones i admitted to take over temporary tent shelters they were catered separatism but only a movement is fighting to break away from cameroon thousands have been internally
displaced one more than thirty thousand have crossed into neighboring nigeria this is the i got home refugee camp home to some six thousand cameroonian refugees is one of the four permanent structures built to cope with a steady flow of people fleeing the violence between separatist and cameroonian forces thousands more are waiting outside to come in but facilities are overstretched. is the leader of the refugee community he says the past year has been most difficult in their lives. it has not been easy for us we don't have access to medication. every day we did. our. refrigerator are dying every day because of. how old i think. transportation only thievin de mint calls. apart from food education for refugee children is also
a problem the refugees believe that only one organization can end their plight. to intervene into this problem toothy how car. unless that is done most of the refugees here are digging for a long wait in nigeria agrees al jazeera. nigeria. a leading egyptian activist has been released from prison after serving a five year sentence for inciting protests then father was arrested and twenty thirteen following the military takeover rose to prominence as an anti-government blogger during the twenty eleven revolution he'll be on probation for the next five years and will remain under police surveillance. and again on the as a proud of and with the headlines on al-jazeera britain's parliament has rejected
a slim down version of tory is amazing e.u. withdrawal deal it is the third time they voted it down problems in european leaders to warn that the u.k. is now likely to leave the block with no agreement on april twelfth they have called for an extraordinary summit for april tenth. the implications of the house's decision. the legal force now is that united kingdom is due to leave the european union on the twelfth of april in just fourteen days time that is not enough time to agree that just late fall and russia fire deal and yet to house has been clear it will not commit to leaving without a deal mr speaker i fear we are reaching the limits of this process in this house this house. this house has rejected no deal it has rejected no bricks it on wednesday it rejected variations of the deal on the table and today it has rejected approving the withdrawal agreement alone and continuing the process on the future. of the main opposition leader jeremy corbyn as again calling
for may's resignation. the house has been clear this deal now has to change the house to be an alternative and if the prime minister card that then she must go not to as an indeterminate date in the future but now so that we can decide the future of this country through a general election. and this is the same outside westminster and london with thousands of people for and against threats that have gathered to vent their frustration at the government they're angry about the way the bricks and process has been handled. and all the news about a million algerians are rallying across the country against the government for the sixth straight week they're calling for the resignation of president happen as is the flicka and an overhaul of the entire political system. four days after the disputed election and the camorra as islands at least three gunmen have been killed
in a shootout with the military it happened near the capital moroni local reports say the men were a group of soldiers accused of attempting a crude and separately presidential candidate suddenly he mohamad has also been arrested well those are the headlines on al-jazeera radicalise us is coming up next . in the. and i think it will be one of them. with. the world they do considering
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a very very group some of them are not violent at all although they often nevertheless turn a blind eye when others are being violent. but some of them are more violence and some of them are very violent the most violent perhaps are the so-called hilltop youth. i had missed out on when second that woman spoke of how the second at an. end but he leapt at the idea. i didn't hold could have been out the. minority in michigan no i didn't i mean a j h o o mina short thought moore middleton in. the series into three one a bit of joe thomas i think you know government commerce and kind of government almost see it. in more fit. and been romani able
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they are is a natural outgrowth of what we've created here. most of the other settlers and the police and the army they owe all this own they all reject they all criticize this hilltop youth and it's very in some ways comfortable for them to say well we're not them. but they maybe were becoming. their police now they sometimes i don't know wait a day and when amish you know you pay when you must loss oh. when they're on the fence going to give anyone there but then i think or show the other day.
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a man with a novel that the people who support some of these terrible actions can go to the bible they can go to the thomas they can find support for their their values as well. but what these people have done is they've elevated. above any other value. the land of israel. killing is not always forbid in the course of the jewish tradition murder is and how do you draw that line but of course it is murder when you throw a firebomb into someone's home. schmidt
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