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not the object we want to see if we can do a really comprehensive good deal. nobody knows how things turn out but certainly this was a great day this was a very legendary very historic day you know that it will go here i've always wanted to meet you at this place as a symbol of the separation of the north and the south and to remind you of the unfortunate past meeting at such a place shows that we are willing to put an end to the unfortunate past and also open a new future to provide positive opportunities in the future. that the headline sudanese protesters have defied threats by security forces to rally across the country this is the 1st major demonstrations into the military killed more than $100.00 people at a 13 earlier this month protest leaders called for a 1000000 strong march to demand a civilian led government more for of course want him orgon. people have various
parts of lot just the capital towards them but there is a state as well we've been speaking to activist since morning and they were saying that there was a heavy military presence heavy build up of our military right police and the record support force which existed have accused of being the one and the dispersing of. sickly until now it's also been speaking to the people of haiti just a few minutes ago and they're saying that there are reports of the use of tear gas and they're worried that they will buy them. the afghan taliban says it's killed 8 election officials in an attack in the southern kandahar province and it took place as people were registering to vote at a government office in the marouf district and israeli forces have arrested the palestinian minister for jerusalem affairs had them he was detained at his home in occupied east jerusalem police haven't explained why he is being questioned but his lawyer says it's in relation to a visit by the chilean president at least 10 others were arrested in different parts of palestine we have got the news hour coming up in about 25 minutes time
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i think it's great for the world. president donald trump steps into history becoming the 1st sitting u.s. leader to cross into north korea. also in the news answering the call to protest people in sudan return to the streets as part of a 1000000 strong march demanding military leaders hand over power to civilians and albanians of voting in disputed local elections that have split the country placing the president against prime minister. along with your sports headlines tears for flores says his penalty miss uruguay knocked out of the corporate america. so donald trump is committed to restarting nuclear talks with north korea after a historic meeting with kim jong il and met kim at the demilitarized zone on the border of north and south korea where he became the 1st sitting u.s.
president to set foot in the north are diplomatic editor james bays reports now from near the demilitarized zone in south korea. this. this went just the way president donald trump wanted pictures that will make history and potentially reinvigorate peace efforts waiting for him the other side of the line separating north korea and south korea kim jong on a handshake on the 3rd meeting and then. became the 1st ever sitting u.s. president to step on to north korean soil. the 2 then walked back into the south underdressed reporters stepping of course that was agreed on a lot of rhetoric. a lot of friendships and they didn't particularly a great friendship so i just thank you very quickly notice that i want to thank you chad i believe looking at this action this is an expression of his willingness to
eliminate the unfortunate past and begin a new future. then what sounded like an invitation that would invite him right after this i would have said that. the 2 leaders of nations still technically at war a peace treaty was never signed when the korean war ended 66 years ago then went to what's known as the freedom house on the south korean side of the d.m.z. that is equal here i've always wanted to meet you at this place as a symbol of the separation of the north and the south and a reminder of the unfortunate past meeting at such a place shows that we are willing to put an end to the unfortunate past and also open a new future to provide positive opportunities in the future. at the end of 15 minutes of talks president trump announced that detailed negotiations will soon begin steve is going to do a fantastic job he's going to be representing. us in the talks and. will
be we will be dealing with south korea will be dealing with president and his people but pretty. it's going to be the initial dose will be between the united states and with north korea this is now the difficult bit the devil is in the detail there now need to be complex negotiations involving military scientific and nuclear experts western diplomats who've been involved in diplomacy with pyongyang in the past say on previous occasions north korea has lied and cheated as he left south korea president trump seemed very happy but it's worth remembering the challenge ahead north korea has not yet given up any part of its sophisticated nuclear program the international community has not lifted any of it scribbling sanctions jamesburg al-jazeera south korea. and south korea is
a major part of the story as well right mcbride has more on the reaction from seoul this is being seen as a major personal achievement for president moon j.n. of south korea who's been under increasing pressure since the failure of the hanoi summit both here at home and also from north korea throughout the events of sunday he tactfully remained very much at the sidelines allowing donald trump to claim credit for this historic day in reality though he is seen as being the instigator of this process of reconciliation if the day's events of stepping across the border is seen by the end of this year as one of the news highlights of 2019 then it will be remembered the moon j.n. did exactly the same last year becoming the news highlight of $2800.00 starting this whole process that has led to donald trump crossing over the border but has he always has done throughout this whole process of south korea very much giving full
credit to donald trump. you know what we really want is permanent peace on the korean peninsula mr trump will be going down in history as the president who made peace on the korean peninsula and i would like to give my appreciation to donald trump and kim jong un that if this does turn out to be a historic day for the korean peninsula and the people of north korea have yet to hear about it as always state run media in north korea needs time to edit and process these images into a form that except of all fold the north korean leadership especially given a subject as sensitive as the leader of the united states stepping over into north korea while the networks of the world have been broadcasting live these on holding events throughout sunday the state run broadcaster in north korea has been broadcasting the usual diet of propaganda documentaries and patrie arctic karaoke
songs. let's get reaction out of the u.s. now about 9 am there and castro is in washington d.c. heidi i guess americans waking up to the images that their president wanted them to see trump the history maker. that's right come on we know that trump enjoys being lauded for making history and especially doing so publicly and this morning the traditional sunday morning political talk shows will be all over the airways in the united states and that will be what americans are waking up to see these historic images and very likely republican supporters of president trump praising the president for making what they'll call a breakthrough in this relationship with north korea however it is notable that among the president's own advisers going up to these last few hours to these sort of sporadically arranged meeting and crossing into north korea they had cautioned
against a 3rd meeting between president trump and the korean leader urging the president to wait for some sort of substantive agreement something concrete in terms of denuclearize ation that north korea would be willing to give up in order to be awarded with this public photo opportunity standing side by side again next to president trump must much less with trump feet within north korea's boundaries trump did not wait he did he nor that advice he seize the moment as he is known to do and he will be lauded for it today on american television because he talks about the end goal being denuclearization but the fact is from 2 major summits and no one quick meeting as it were comparatively quick meeting. really got much out of the whole process yes. no concretely no and just as our
colleague james said the devil is in the details but it's unclear whether americans truly are paying attention to that to the fact that these working level talks which really solidify these agreements setting up steps of verifiable denuclearization in north korea they simply have not resulted in much of anything but it's also worth looking back even prior to the 1st meeting between trump and kim jong trump's own rhetoric of fire and fury was what ratcheted up this tension leading up to these opportunities really for the american president and then to take credit for bringing things back down and if you look back to a year ago that 1st meeting in singapore it resulted in very little it was a very vague promise that north korea made to begin to denuclearization it did stop nuclear testing it did it did release american prisoners who were being held in north korea but as far as actual denuclearization eliminating or diminishing the
nuclear arsenal in north korea only the opposite has happened american teligent has found that there is actually an increase in that nuclear stockpile that we look at february that 2nd attempt of face to face a plough mysie in hanoi which was a complete failure because of the fact that these 2 leaders could not move forward on these details of how to accomplish this greater goal of denuclearization up to this point now the question is whether this 3rd face to face another moment of history made could have break the logjam well we know that trump has tried twice previously with his brand of personal diplomacy and really the u.s. has seen little results come all hugs you can start in washington d.c. thanks heidi. we're moving to another developing story certainly as protesters have defied threats my security forces to rally across the country remember this is the 1st major demonstrations and the military killed more than 100 people at
a sit in earlier this month protest leaders called for a 1000000 strong march to demand a civilian government in the military has banned al jazeera from reporting in sudan so our correspondent have a morgan is joining us now from south sudan juba what are you hearing i am seeing some reports of at least one death if indeed some of the one exit that's the one protester that has been shot dead and the eastern state of florida nonstate out but i specifically which is where the protests in december last year and then eventually and i'm free now people are saying that the in military and the right is also using tear gas they've using live ammunition and that they're using a stun grenades to try to disperse the crowds but there is a huge turnout we spoke to some people in cotton wool of course looked in parts of the protest and they're saying that they want to meet their demands and let's not forget that it took them quite an effort to mobilize the number of people the 10s of thousands who are out on the streets and there's been an incident shut down
incidents and. it emits really aren't going to have stopped al-jazeera since i mean just a few days. in front of the headquarters but no sudanese professional association the party that has been spearheading calls for protests is directing the protest it's up to the head to the presidential palace they're saying that protesters have to go there which they demand forcibly government that they should demand the military so 1st of all i want to handle. all of those who attacked the just as a lot of the army had what is considered a couple and as this nationwide here because we do focus obviously a lot on cartoon right i think we've lost our connection with juba there with. him but morgan yeah we lost him but luckily we've got what he can do but with us here in the studio he was founder and president of sudan.