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and get the security needed to hold an event of this nature. i tried to give some sort of outline of the principals if you like of the loya jirga and some of the basic methods about how it's going to work but we're talking about delegates and these are enormous issues for the future of afghanistan in practice how does this all work. it changes a lot right now as we understand it is that more than three thousand people are inside this tent they will have the opening ceremony with president danny then they will decide on five questions last week they thought twenty five now they're thinking five and they will all relate to pay tax if they get the opportunity to negotiate for pace with the taliban what will their red lines be and what would a priority expand as the afghan people they need to represent people from from every district from from every province different tribes different religions there's more than thirty percent a woman which is it which is great to see
a really diverse group of people and the tasked with coming up with answers to these questions like you said it is consultative so they will come up with recommendations that will take them anywhere from three to seven days then they will present to president gandhi and he will decide whether to accept those recommendations going forward should they get the opportunity to negotiate peace with the taliban just a quick note people who are not in that tent behind me. is the second highest ranking person in the afghan government he's boycotting it says he doesn't think it will be productive and that he doesn't feel like he was consulted thoroughly enough in advance of this being staged and also former president hamid karzai also boycotting it saying that he doesn't think it will be productive. no we're going to be checking in with things on full but for now thanks very much indeed. still ahead on al-jazeera vigils and sri lanka and the memory of the easter sunday attacks.
hello there were more showers over the middle east at the moment if you look at the satellite picture we can see the clouds here making its way over saudi arabia through kuwait and up into iran so giving a great deal of what weather at the moment but it's intensify and as it works its way up towards afghanistan and monday we're going to see some heavier rain and some snow still over the high ground and that will gradually pull away as we head into choose day towards the west it should be a bit calmer force here twenty four the maximum temperature in beirut i mean further towards the south and here we've had a lot of travel quite a bit of rain really in doha are over the past a few days all of that's now clearing though and the temperatures will be rising that way back up as they should be at this time of year more to thirty four thirty five degrees for the south of muscat thirty one will be our maximum temperature and it will still be rather humid down towards the southern parts of africa of course
we've got what's left of our cyclamen kenneth just as massive thundery downpours in the northern parts of mozambique and this is what it looks like at the moment there very heavy downpours already a lot of water on the ground and plenty more wet weather still to come those very heavy thunderstorms are likely to just push their way northwards as we head through monday and into chews day bringing further flooding for some of us here further south more in the way of dry weather here it will be hotter in durban with a maximum of twenty seven degrees. china is a problem has become famous for its large number of elderly very aged one hundred years old why don't want to stop this tickets if the region holds the secrets to a long and healthy line on al-jazeera. al-jazeera. where every.
you're watching al-jazeera a reminder of our top stories this hour spain's socialist party is celebrating a victory in the general election but it hasn't won enough seats to rule in its own populous parties also made headway with far right vox gaining seats in parliament for the first time. for the tolls between sudanese opposition groups and the military have been postponed until monday the two sides were due to meet after announcing the formation of a joint council on saturday nights that will lead the country until elections are held. more than two hundred seventy election stuff in indonesia have reportedly
died following the world's biggest single day polls held this month's election commission says the workers mostly died of fatigue related illnesses caused by long hours spent counting millions of ballot papers by. libya's un recognized government has told friends to stop dealing with. its troops are continuing to lay siege to tripoli and their strike on sunday by one of those helicopters killed four people and injured at least twenty three others france has been accused by the tripoli based government of supporting hostile and his forces advancing towards the capital that will head has more from tripoli. clashes broke out again on the southern part of tripoli near the diversity of the international in active airport as their forces loyal to the kidneys the government of national called have advanced towards the center of the tripoli international airport it's
very strategic because the government forces captured the international airport they can easily cut the supporting law in coming before her there's forces from the city of the south of tripoli on another front have forces that retreated as the government forces took control of the bridge on the southern part of tripoli military sources with the government say that the government warplanes targeted have those locations in civil areas on the southern part of the city and meanwhile the interior minister of the government of national called. has blamed france for what he calls supporting the warlords have overnight a poor have plain targeted locations near the city center of tripoli killing get four and one twenty over more than twenty fighters with the government of national
accord and. interior minister a government of national accord is asking or calling on france to stop dealing with the world. and they go to the fighter jets or the locations at night or the interior minister says that there are two countries who are involved in supporting warlord plea for help to with the warplanes and fighter jets we know that the united arab emirates and egypt are the major supporters of the war lord. says that have to it cannot be part of any peace negotiations and the aim of this operation by the government is not on. it will push have to it's forces back out of tripoli but also to chase them beyond their administrative borders of tripoli towards the city of the u.n. and the city of. iran's foreign minister is accusing israel saudi arabia and the u.a.e. are trying to push the united states into a conflict a homage of a total u.s.
television networks those nations are already feeling tensions with iran. israel bolton. months and united arab emirates all trying to exercise regime change at least at least they want the how show an interest in tracking the united states into a conflict i do not believe the president wants to do that i believe presidents from iran on a campaign promise of bringing the united states into another war but the president trumps intention to put pressure the policy of maximum pressure on iran in order to bring iran to its needs so that we will succumb to pressure is doomed to failure for us because we advisor john bolton has responded to allegations that he is one of those trying to spark regime change honestly don't you want to see regime change
is not the only way to get an iran that has met threat to the neighbor you've just laid out a real bill of particulars why are why it's such a bad actor in the region well look the people of iran i think deserve a better government there's absolutely no doubt about it the trouble is it's not just the theological dictatorship it's a military dictatorship that's a very difficult circumstance we'll see what happens as the economic pressure continues to grow. the losing candidates in democratic republic of congo's presidential election is drumming up support for his demand to remove president fix she said katie not to fail new claims the vote in december was rigged she's ok to replace to joe's of capello who ruled the country for eighteen years for him i hope that reports the thousands of congolese gathered in the capital kinshasa to show their support for the man they believe is the legitimate leader of the democratic republic of congo. remaining defiant mohsen freely returned home after traveling
abroad the south proclaimed opposition president elect addressed to supporters calling for the ousting of the current president. that. has to be either together with the electoral commission have fabricated the result in order to appoint someone else to the presidency this is why everything is fake now and worse in our country kabila appointed all of the m.p.'s and sen and without including any of the opposition we will continue to fight until the truth of elections results are restored the. last two feeling in the december thirtieth presidential election he alleges the outgoing president joseph kabila orchestrated a deal with tisha katty to win the nomination they both deny this claim the election was marred by violence in the lead up to delays and irregularities late to the bone outbreak and security concerns and the international community has raised
doubts about the election outcome. in january for you mounted a legal challenge against the results the case was dismissed by the constitutional court despite the court's decision for you to supporters continue to stand behind him. and the sun he says we are in a permanent fight since elections took place in this country everything was troubled by two people kabila and helix katie question is the result. of elections we did not have any change of power according to our people and we will continue with the fight to regain our victory. not only remain positive in our fight together literally a coalition to take back our victory this is the fight of our people which will continue for generations. while for you is calling for reform of institutions and fresh elections his supporters say mobilizing a u. turn on the electoral decision is the only way forward for the country. here.
polls are closed and many poor people were voting in parliamentary elections that were picking candidates from only two political parties both of which are loyal to the president for the first time in thirteen years there's not a single opposition candidate on the ballot five years ago people have been in to choose from twenty different parties the country is considered one of africa's most stable democracies. but the tenth week in a row members of the algerian diaspora in france have held protests demanding total regime change back home thousands of people took to the streets of paris on sunday any of those months long talking president out there as he's both the flicka stepped down under pressure from demonstrators and the military the head of the upper house of parliament is now the interim president until elections take place in july but he too is facing demands to court. a teenage suspect in the shooting at a california synagogue has been charged with murder the nineteen year old is also
being investigated for an awesome attack on a mosque last month brunell's reports. the place of worship now a crime scene after a gunman killed one person and wounded three others as they prayed sixty year old lori kaye was killed in the synagogue eyewitnesses said she jumped between the gunman and rabbi yes royal goldstein the synagogues leader she put her life on the line for the ramadan there's no greater right. i'm inspired to touch goldstein was wounded losing a finger on one hand my missing finger well forever scar me physically but it's going to remind me how vulnerable we are and also how he rowing each one of us can be another member of the congregation was lightly wounded as he tried to usher children to safety and
a young girl also suffered shrapnel wounds i witness oscar stewart tried to help the wounded i saw the rabbi who was bleeding from his hands and i immediately went to the lady on the floor and started doing c.p.r. . to me. the alleged gunman was identified as nineteen year old john ernest a college student who lived nearby he is also suspected of arson in an attempt to burn a mosque in nearby escondido last month ernest posted an anti-semitic diatribe online detailing his desire to kill jews he prays the alleged gunman that mosques in new zealand and the man who attacked a synagogue in pittsburgh last october. there were more than one thousand five hundred hate crimes reported in the u.s. in two thousand and seventeen according to the f.b.i. nearly two thirds of the hate crimes a total of nine hundred thirty eight were perpetrated against jews the f.b.i.
says the number of anti-semitic crimes has increased nearly forty percent since two thousand and twelve the second largest group targeted in hate crimes was muslims rabbi goldstein said president donald trump called him personally to offer his condolences now the three people who were wounded have all been released from hospitals and as for the alleged shooter he will be arraigned on wednesday on one count of first degree murder and three counts of attempted murder robbery holds al-jazeera poway california. vigils are being held in sri lanka to mourn the victims of the easter sunday bombings a week after the coordinated attacks churches remain shots amid security concerns of these two hundred fifty people were killed all the hotels and churches were targeted by gunman lawrence louis has the latest from colombo.
a week after the easter sunday morning it's the same time the nice shrine remains closed and sunday mass across the nation suspended because of security threats despite the bomb alerts and intense security the faithful get as close to their church as they can under a watchful eye the head of the catholic church in sri lanka the archbishop of colombo celebrated mass in the church in his official residence his message of peace broadcast live on t.v. and radio contradiction to kill someone in the name of god god who is the all merciful god who is the all love god who has created my brother and mine. who vanished while we value the service at home with her family her sister. was at same time to church last sunday and hasn't been seen since she holds out hope
her sister is still alive but is struggling we can fake it out only when we have to now i don't like church anymore i don't want god my sister went to church with belief in god she had strong faith she often sets an emptiness will help bring the good to your life i've lost faith in the church. the family haven't stopped to say they're ready to accept any outcome this is our genies neighborhood multi-faith like a family as a mosque a few steps away and in front of that a catholic shrine at this time of the year this street and the surrounding ones should be decorated with festival. whites to celebrate easter a week ago instead they've been replaced by black and white streaming us. and they. have joined. us holding mass at st anthony when the bomb exploded he survived because the bomb us at the back of the church away from the altar he says he's struggling to come to terms with the attack why inside your peaceful
place such things were to happen. usually before the talk to the people. and then. to some of them. they were full of. they were full of hope. and all of them with new dresses. i hope some families came specially in pain. who asked for so many to god. everything. outside st anthony's survivors held a prayer vigil and lit candles in memory of the dead and prayed for peace florence li al-jazeera colombo. some of the headlines in all the spain's governing socialist party is celebrating
victory in the general election but it hasn't won enough seats to get a majority on its own populist groups also made headway in the far right box party gaining seats in parliament for the first time voter turnout was very high at seventy five percent here's what spain's prime minister said just after the results came in. the. spaniards have sent many messages today we have sent a message of what we do not want we did not want to go back we want to country to look forward into the future we have also sent a mess. to europe and the world that we have won and rejected all thor tarion ism more than two hundred seventy election stuff in indonesia reportedly died in the days following the world's biggest single day polls held earlier this month the election commission says the workers mostly died of fatigue related illnesses caused by long hours spent counting ballot papers by hand more than one hundred and
fifty four million people are estimated to have voted on april seventeenth a rare meeting of afghan leaders of scholars and elders is happening in kabul for us talks with the taliban are likely to top the agenda such meetings are known as the loya jirga they've been held for centuries up to three thousand people are expected to attend talks which shuttled for four days president bush off danny is attending the loya jirgah last happened in twenty thirteen for the talks between sudanese opposition groups and the military have been postponed until monday the two sides were due to meet after announcing the formation of a joint council on saturday night and lead the country until elections are held libya's u.n. recognize governments told france to stop dealing with warlords. as voices can see to tripoli an air strike on sunday by why one of its helicopters killed four people and injured at least twenty three others and those are the headlines the news continues here on al-jazeera after one a one east. overthrow
millions of tourists flock to china's bamma region every year but it's not the spectacular scenery i come to say it's the elderly residents an astonishing number are over one hundred and it's kick started a thriving tourist industry. one o one east investigates if they hold the secrets to a long and healthy long. comma county in the southern chinese province of warming sea used to be one of the country's poorest regions. now it's rebranded itself as the center to help human palaces and long live. very long lost. there are five times more centennial see it close over one hundred than anywhere else in china.
but. in a country that respects its elderly making a person who is more than one hundred years old is something special. touching them taking peaches promises good luck ha ha. ha ha ha ha. sits outside her. she lives up stairs but that's not easily accessible to busy. at the village entrance a sign displays with the other one hundred year olds live. on trial. the.
alley know it's the custom for every visitor to give the scene is a little not. that there are only lines. so i would use our. on a carriage control judge if i may use for your patricio i have yet to. see it out or face in the eye and my guess is that langmore bangkok everyone has their own explanation for how to reach all that which today she. has close family a healthy diet exercise we need to shunt walk home not a susie hot seat has a hot new diversion fashion how to change without even touching me so i don't got ya but one that. allows people to take pictures and scrutinize.
even shake hands sure i should walk out and out and mouth. was. you know that's just. so and that's the reason so those heroes out the door there's a lot of us. how does the one hundred three year old feel about intrusive visits she only speaks the looking out her son tells her what to sign. though the you know the one in the news. or you know oh yeah i'll go i'll go you go. we got you back your money. your room or coordinating care call.
my mood moganshan or our non lie lie in. the way that black may. call them are going in going. one on one we will go all go now so here. you are. despite your age the one hundred year old picturesque village on shore to tourists . exposed to drugs. like stored on the. basis among the souvenirs. made you like a man i said and that's a plaque if you are an. every day hundreds of businesses come to see. you. right. now that has been that
is. c.v.s. how much so that if i mean how fabulous evangelists a fan. this was and south. island they think waiting all about. it's a long life dedicated to tourists and to making money for the family business. they're all this business man is pressured to buy the hundred year old. me think what they mean i'm not. sure what i meant it but i'm down. time in the house. my. friend what do you think the may not be behind me yeah i'm. a brand new camera a color printer even a lemonade. the families have invested
a lot. they know them jabbers is a profitable business. there are countless products inside. besides the photos the tourists can buy to eat all this food by tested and approved by grandma the selfie. council she told your lunch joyce hsiang going to. be a poet you may. go. jaw. just a triangle. the tourists are gone time to check the ending to. the next one hundred. sixty dollars. it's now time for the next round of businesses around. the family advertise that macoun is one hundred thirteen years old but when asked
for her identification. oh my god like i just. have to. say i'm at a not for that. i'm not even man's iowan so when ya don't don't see so many boys. and then they got the source and the image is a. head. curious the human mind john the first two hundred year old be not here. we ask whose son i did. it says she was born in one thousand nine hundred twenty this means she is not one hundred three as we were told the raven hundred. doesn't last the more. time and more and more you out.
there wonder. if you're in. davis you lived over. there are allegedly ninety eight people i over one hundred in the range of their portraits and i do their own show at this museum. it was established to celebrate their exceptional long jameses. some of the ages recorded are extraordinary one hundred twenty eight. even one hundred thirty years old. much older than the oldest officially recognized person dard at one hundred twenty . days people really old as they claim to be.
living years ago along expert visit. question what he was. demographer michel pull up is known for identifying populations around the world with extreme long. promised one of them there was no way to confirm the residence i . don't want to. see your data has you know you don't pick on this will take the house your. on that day there has been so far the documents are there david developed exactly caught on the. dock to do this sauce thank you to. a few folk it's not a bad bus at that they didn't sauce don't do some da or howell don't believe he's going to what was up. and he has even more reasons to doubt the high numbers claiming to be one hundred ten to stickley it's unrealistic.
where does some insult and their vulgar or more people proceed assault on. a supersonic. assault on you can show. your saudis are. you i guess on the sod who is in the saudi setting dissolve automatic most of our problem your problem boss a good. demographic does it. but back in public people have no doubt about this stupid thing to marian to them they oppressions. the region even has the country's only institute for longevity documented in numbers and kids.
institute director and his assistant visit one of the hundred year olds she lives in by li in one hour from bombers here in this modest house. it's a peaceful life among her family. oh are i are they now know not what i and they are now are small amount of money laundering meant that my life my. well i'm in. seventh and seventh in atlanta good lord to pretty much i found this out of. the document was issued based on his family statement according to them one is one hundred twelve years old. the assistant filled out a form with basic information on who once diet sleep habits vision hearing and general health much when we come up to. me now.