right there that's why they're. 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 for 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 be 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 moon and his people but pretty much 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 a lie and cheat it as he left south korea president trump seemed very happy but it's worth remembering the challenge ahead north korea's 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. right is our correspondent who has more now from the on the south korean 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. 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 successor to bawl for 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 unfolding events throughout sunday the state run broadcaster in north korea has been broadcasting the usual diet of propaganda documentaries and patrie arctic karaoke songs. right let's go to our correspondent who's in washington d.c.
and heidi how much does president of wonderful photo opportunity walking in days she is we've already said how much does it matter in the u.s. is gearing up for 2 of the $28.00 elections. martin apparently a was quite a spontaneously staged event and so one of trump's strongest supporters in congress senator lindsey graham in a previously recorded interview had said that further attempts to engage him in trump's part should be encouraging that there would be no downside but after we saw those images there has been response saying in fact there is a downside as a former cia director is saying that this downside is that it bestows legitimacy on the north korean government while undermining international enforcement of sanctions democrats have been more critical chuck schumer of the senate minority leader called it a typical trump show and across the airwaves this morning were
a democratic candidates for president giving interviews saying that this was just show and no substance and in fact there's reports that trump's own advisers had cautioned against making this 3rd face to face meeting with kim jong un saying that the u.s. should be strong in its demands that north korea 1st give up something tangible in its a valid efforts to denuclearize which up until this point has been mostly talk and very little to show for it are to live in washington thank you right now we can speak to robert kelly's professor of national university and knows an awful lot about both of the koreas robot kelly just picking up and saying in washington chuck schumer's senior democrat said there's a coming out and saying this is a typical trump show full of full of gestures full of symbolism but out to symbolize a or signifying nothing what do you think. yeah it's
a little bit harsh but i mean in substance it's basically true when the president has now had 3 summits with cam and it's been great t.v. and great optics and the rest of it there's a lot of drama at the d.m.z. obviously you know you have all these guards were running around of people and sunglasses looking very serious the whole bit but ultimately the real issue you know what really matters is whether or not the north koreans are going to give up anything and what the americans are going to give them in response you know what the north koreans give us you know 10 warheads in exchange for you know i don't know $10000000000.00 or something like that right i mean that's all the only kind of swap that we're right to hear about but and we haven't heard that but we have heard that they have restarted working groups only a few of the new guys ation which is going to be a positive sign hasn't it there's no downside to talking sure you know that's right yeah exactly right and i mean i think most of the analyst community is comfortable that you know if trump sort of stunts and antics and the rest of it actually change things and they actually get a breakthrough where his predecessor didn't i think walls sort of were willing to sort of swallow that and move on i mean the real issue is that it is simply just
hasn't happened right i mean trump and kim have now met 3 times 1st i was 13 months ago and they're just still hasn't really been much movement and you know working groups and stuff like that i mean you know why weren't they what were they doing for last 13 months i mean ultimately presidents got to bring something home right right so absolutely now if i understand it right and please tell me if i'm wrong the homily summit was considered a failure basically because they walked away both sides would work with nothing but it still would over the issue of of sequencing insofar as that came with like ezri couldn't sing over the lifting of sanctions on his country as he complies with some of the denuclearization requests by the united states is that the situation and do you think therefore the president of the trumpet ministration is prepared to move towards that idea now. yeah that's right i mean the primary issue the north koreans have always complained about is that the americans ask for a lot up front we used to ask for complete denuclearization right sort of everything and and then the north koreans would get sort of guarantees of security
in the future and modernization aid and things like that later on and there's just no way the north koreans going to do it sequencing has always been an issue they want us to move in lockstep sort of we give them something at the same time that they give us something and the americans have been sort of not so keen on that asking for a lot of stuff up front and that's really been the sticking point i mean ultimately nothing's going to happen unless the americans are going to move at least somewhat simultaneously with the north. and with the prospect of an election obviously coming up next year it would be a very tantalizing prize wouldn't it for president trump to be able to deliver to the world and specifically to the american public victory like getting kim jong un to comply with his demands yeah that's been one of the concerns i think out there in the analyst community and just heard from the president's opponents which is not entirely partisan i think it's somewhat fair which is that a lot of this is sort of election stunts and electioneering and looking for photo ops and stuff like that right and it's very dramatic at the d.m.z. but you know ultimately the president's got to bring home something if he doesn't
this is going to be pictures not his base might not care about that and he can market it is a breakthrough but you know ultimately if there's no movement on the real core issues then it's still sort of a photo op and i think that's why the president will probably push this pretty hard right he's got about 12 months to really pull something out from this to say that hey look i did this great thing and use it as a campaign issue i mean he doesn't have something by next summer it's going to be really hard for i'd rather kelly thank you very much indeed thank you for having. the israeli forces have arrested the palestinian minister of jerusalem affairs as. he was detained at his home in occupied east jerusalem so far police haven't explained why he's being questioned but his lawyer says he is in relation to a visit by the chilean president israeli authorities see this as a violation of israel's sovereignty over the site. the palestinian authority has condemned plans by u.s.
and israeli officials to inaugurate a contested out here logical site pilgrimage road is a tunnel located in occupied east jerusalem which has been under israeli occupation as i said since 1967 it lies beneath the sill one neighborhood going from the paulo's sea loam to close to the west in the war of the tunnel was excavated during the last 6 years by the israeli antiquities authority. it was discovered in 2004 during repairs after a sewage pipe burst in the middle of the palestinian civil war neighborhood where the sites believed to have religious significance in judaism the palestinian officials say it's an attempt to remove their hopes for a future capital in east jerusalem more now from our correspondent ben it's with. this is the palestinian village of silk occupied east jerusalem and at the moment
at a ceremony there is the us ambassador david friedman on the white house's middle east representative jason blatt inaugurating a tunnel that passes from still one underneath me and brings people out on the other side of that wall on the other side of that wall is the western wall where jews believe is the wall that protected the 2nd temple and just next to it for geography the mosque now why this is an issue for palestinians is because it's the 1st time that the u.s. as essentially sent representatives to occupied east jerusalem recognizing that all of jerusalem is the capital of israel the palestinians want east jerusalem as the capital of their future state by the americans walking into east jerusalem their sensually erasing the difference between east jerusalem and west jerusalem the palestinians say it's all part of the israeli plan to try and erase their heritage their history on this land this of course
a city as important to christians as to muslims as it is to jews the palestinians say israel is trying to make this city more important for one group than the others . local elections are underway in albania despite an opposition boycott and a presidential plead to have them postponed the opposition accuses the ruling says this government of corruption and instead would like a general election the leader of the opposition democratic party has described the voting for minas a poor leaders as a farce and says the one sided result could even spark civil unrest as johnson ruffle is reports now from the suburbs of the capital tehran where. government workers assessing up are voting center. of a high school in comes that this is a safe seat for the opposition but it isn't fielding a candidate because it's causing local elections nationwide. the democratic party accuses the government of corruption and wants
a general election instead it's demanding the resignation of socialist prime minister. this is the culmination of months of opposition protests against alleged government corruption that have also seen the main opposition parties walk out of parliament president has canceled sunday's elections saying they will damage albania's image as it prepares to begin membership talks with the european union president canceled the polls but the government is proceeding regardless many albanians regard that as unconstitutional and legal challenges are expected to lower upon the only thing that can remove me from the office is people's fault and not the decision of the political party we are not in north korea we are no longer under communism i shall not recognize these elections. this tough line from the democratic party led many of its supporters to try and prevent voting centers from being set up in the 24 cities the opposition controlled. in the city
of police dispersed protesters with tear gas police are now keeping voting centers under good incomes to prevent further incidents this municipality has a special status for the opposition it is a democratic party stronghold on the outskirts of tehran which is socialist dominated in the past 23 years the socialists have held it only once in 2000 when the democrats again abstained from the electoral process democratic party leader. says he's asking his supporters to remain calm but could lose control of the monday i've been asked are shocked by the non reaction of international community to mr ramos now proved connections to organized crime for which he gained power in 2017 this is a very dangerous situation and. could potentially lead to civil unrest social
unrest come monday if there is not a clear condemnation of the farce that has already happened. if you talks have already been postponed for 6 months if albania is political crisis deepens political leaders worry that it could put those talks of for years jumps up plus al-jazeera comes and. we've got a lot more to come here on the hour jazeera news hour including a return to the wild wave of a famine in england to see why it's come back to its roots. and inspired we'll hear from defending champion never jump of agency eyes that wimbledon title. hello tajikistan's on a particularly wet place any time of the year but have been thunderstorms in the east side of afghanistan wandering around this area now for 2 or 3 days if not 23
weeks and this 104 millimeters represents more than what is normally caught in a whole year so flash flooding has been the result there might even be more showers in the next day or so but other than that it's dry picture although you know it is coming up here in some parts of northern iran and further northwest as you can get a decent shot of that right on the coast of the caspian generally speak she's speaking there's a very dry picture normally brings you might think is cooling things down but not really down on the plains of iraq rough in the middle forty's now it has been hotter admittedly we've been near 50 and it's certainly in the middle forty's or higher if you come further south the reason for 60 strong but still not particularly humid weather rather at this time the near 50 in the middle of amman and somalia still although it's 31 not particularly damp wood really that will come it's just not there yet. in southern africa now is the time for cold nights and sunny days but every night again you get an active frontal system coming in to the
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be sharing personal stories with a global audience we see people making sacrifices this is what i want to see explore in abundance of world class programming the world is watching on al-jazeera . so a couple of top stories here on al-jazeera donald trump's become the 1st serving u.s. president to set foot inside north korea he met leader kim jong un in the demilitarized zone which separates the north from the south and they agreed to restart talks on denuclearization of the korean peninsula president trump also
suggested that there may be an invitation in the future to kim jong un to the white house at least one person is being killed in mass protests taking place across thousands of people are demanding the military hand power to civilians we can get the very latest now from our correspondent him morgan he's joining us live from juba that's in south sudan bring us right up to date with the situation there. well martin just a few minutes ago at the military council the country still it's very council issued a statement saying that it has handed if you can meet. its response to the proposal announced its european mediation team has spent months trying to bridgegate suicide's the military council and the opposition coalition as the forces of freedom and change which is leading the protests on the streets the military council says that it has accepted that the basis of fact are proposing which includes a sovereign council one of the main issues of the of the of points of contention
bill of 2 sides now that will that says that there will be a sovereign consul made up of civilians 7 members and military representative several members as well as well as 15 member which will be agreed upon by all the science and the military council is also saying that it is ready to start negotiations as soon as today we get to hear some of the opposition coalition as the force of freedom and change if they will resume negotiations what we do know is that there are thousands and thousands of people marching not just in the streets of potholed but in other states as well saying that they are going to continue with their protests and so a civilian led transitional government is in place this release professional association which has been leading the cause of protests have directed those in hot zones to go ahead to the presidential palace to demand a civilian government as well as accountability for those who were killed when the city in front of our headquarters was attacked and it reported a 100 people killed her morgan live in juba thank you. now the shooting
down of a u.s. spy drone a couple of weeks ago is now focused attention on iran's weapons technology iranian celebrated what they held as an important show of military strength correspondent zain has more now from terror. in the days after iran shot down an american surveillance drone u.s. leaders said there had been no airspace violation to warrant such an attack while the 2 sides argued about where it happened military strategists were likely discussing how the global hawk is jet propelled expensive and one of the most sophisticated drones to take to the skies. iran's military commander said it was flying higher than a commercial airliner when it was brought down by a surface to air missile made in iran iranian leaders said it was a significant display of military know how to read. from a military point of view the detection of a drone is not easy the radar the missiles it was hit with were all iranian maint those who are military experts they know how significant this is iran's arsenal is
a patchwork of bought and borrowed technology upgraded over the years before 979 the united states helped iran develop its air defense system after the islamic revolution iran purchased missile systems from countries including russia and china and worked with north korea and syria to develop targeting technology and boost its domestic military production. when george w. bush was u.s. president drone technology remained secret barack obama expanded drone flights and made them a more conventional weapon of war. for donald trump and his successors having eyes in the skies over hostile lands will come with the risk of countermeasures. these after the shooting down fishermen were still pulling wreckage out of iranian waters and state media highlighted other u.s. drones that iran claims it either shot down or hacked into landed and copied reverse engineered iranian drones are almost identical to american ones iran's military has taught itself how to build them and perhaps more importantly how to
break them and it says if it has to do it can do it again. these 2 pieces of technology the radar the mesan the show the iran omes a very advanced and sophisticated technology once the global hawk was shut down that was exactly the moment i believe they put a very fair i'm a hold on any kind of invasion 2 or so on. and on. it was a warning to americans that we have the capability to target the ships submarines and drawings and secondly it was a warning to some countries of the persian gulf that any bases used for american forces would be considered enemy territory and will be targeted on friday the united states deployed a small squadron of stealth fighters f. 22 raptors to the old air base in qatar home to u.s. central command iran has acquired some u.s. stealth tech over the years but how iranian defenses will fare against some of the most lethal manned fighter aircraft in the american arsenal is
a question world leaders calling for a scaling down of tensions are hoping remains an answered in iran the downing of an american drone is being seen as a deterrent reducing the risk of an all out american invasion but iran's critics might say could make things worse president trump said he called off or retaliatory strike to spare iranian lives with the stakes so high it may make it difficult to do that a 2nd time same bus ravi al-jazeera. now european leaders are currently locked in emergency meeting they're trying to break the deadlock over who gets the top jobs in brussels the 28 countries have so far failed to agree for or on a replacement for the european commission president lord younker and there you see angela merkel the german chancellor arriving. other heads of the european council have to be decided the european central bank the e.c.b. as well of course is the foreign policy chief so these are the top jobs over the institution of the european union. that have to be decided. watching this
for us in brussels is correspondent we'll get to him in just a little while but 1st let's have a closer look at this selection process for the commission president 3 candidates from parties across the political spectrum of been put forward the final choice will be appointed by 28 members of the commission. it will also appoint the high representative for foreign affairs federica mongering and currently holds up the european council made up of the heads of government of member countries will then choose a successor to its current president donald tusk as i say nadine barber is there watching everything for us and we just see an angle americal come out of does it mean that they've actually agreed on something. not quite in fact the discussions in earnest begin with
a working dinner in half an hour or so we have heard though in the last couple of hours signs of optimism from donald tusk the heads of the european council the political leaders says he wants to see the top 3 names decided upon on sunday and those 3 jobs as you outlining were head of the commission the the the executive branch replacing junk food younker the head of the european council and of course the head of the european parliament now similar optimism coming from france's president emmanuel mccall he says that there should be a decision on the 3 jobs in the next few hours he's insisting on what he calls a gender balance as well as geographical balance saying that the views of eastern european leaders must be taken into account the name on everyone's lips right now is franz timmons as the european commission heads he's
a former dutch foreign minister he's a socialist and he was one of 2 so-called leaders candidates the other one was manfred vega a german black spider angular merkel the german chancellor in the last few hours sources close to these talks say he has actually taken his name out of the hearts right we'll keep up to date with all those developments and with you for now thank you very much indeed. and as we see. reason may be her last european. feat the collector who's head of the brussels office at the policy think tank open europe and peter thank you very much for talking us through this what is it's a difficult it seems to be very very difficult for the e.u. leaders to decide who takes these top jobs. well you can say the european union is divided on the one hand we have
what you can call western europe which casts a plan in osaka at the g 20 summits were by dutch socialist from stem enhance would be chosen to become commission presidents but mr pheromones has been let's say very. strict towards the countries of eastern europe the so-called visit out for when they were deciding certain judicial measures so on the other hand we can see you eastern european countries and italy which is led by the right wing populist. of the lygon notes and mr salvini so those those camps are opposed now interesting made the united kingdom will still as a member of the e.u. be able to have a say about all this if the u.k. woods decides to remain neutral in this disputes it means that some
western europe france and germany will not be able to get their way which actually may have an effect on that nigga cia's ok and what about the new composition the new complection of parliament of course because the last european elections saw a very strong showing for populist nationalist parties as well and the complection generally of parliament has shifted some won't. well it's and it's a lot more complex because in the past you had 2 big groups center right and the center left dominating having a majority and now they also need the party all for french presidents emanuel marker on the centrist federalist renew europe. all kinds of electoral equilibriums have to be respected they need to have somebody from eastern europe they need to have at least 2 women according to the french president's so
this makes it quite a different difficult balancing act and it seems that these place fiercely contested why does it matter so much the nationality and their political persuasion all of for instance the president of the european commission or the president of the european parliament why does it matter so much. well especially the president of the european commission is enormously powerful job commission has the monopoly to propose legislation that would call for 500000000 europeans with our think tank open europe we've estimated that e.u. legislation is actually good for 2 thirds of the impact of all legislation all newly stationed in europe so this is a very powerful body and to be the the president of that body is indeed
a very important job in european politics peter thank you very much indeed for taking the time to talk to us. well chile is closing its doors to venezuelans who are escaping the economic and political chaos at home many of them have already been given shelter but the chilean government has now changed the rules to stop more of them arriving as tourists as a latin america editor lucien human reports from the desert border between chile and peru some venezuelans are resorting to walking through minefields to find sanctuary. they're cold hungry and desperate to get to chile where many have friends or family but after traveling south for more than a week these venezuelans are stranded on the peruvian side of the border because chile won't let them in without a passport and residency visa. might be an assault all and her 2 small boys are now sleeping on the street and able to wash and like almost everyone here relying on
charity for warm clothes and food or they're saying. it's impossible to get a passport to venice well i've been trying for 2 years until last week we could enter chile with our national id card to store. but no longer see chilean authorities. they can't continue to pretend that tourists the worst thing for migrants is to move to another country without being able to get a work permit or access to social services. this is the at the camera desert with the sun is merciless by day and the nights brutally cold. and i live in israel and are being sent to the chilean consulate in the nearby peruvian town of fact not to apply for a visa families with small children are being given priority but most don't have the required documents and the process is painfully slow even chaotic.
catalina and a saudi arrived more than a week ago from the once prosperous venezuelan city of monaco where now power fuel and food shortages are a cute. they got the physical man with physically and psychologically worn out with no more money and they're living out 10 but at least we have hope back home have no hope anymore that they'll be any change. but others have grown impatient it's easy to miss this tiny sign warning that beyond this point is a minefield mines on the chilean side of the border that have been left over from the days when they were hostilities with neighboring peru now smugglers and undocumented migrants use this route to try to bypass the illegal entry points and on the venezuelans who can't or won't wait for visas to get into chile are using it to most of the venezuelan aren't even aware of the dangers of walking through here . chile's just migrant services urging the government to relax rather than tighten
restrictions but. there's no hundreds of morgan as well i'm stuck on several of our borders with bolivia to looking for other ways and we need to be more flexible or there will be serious consequences. back intact join a lease and her husband have just arrived with their 2 small children who seem unaware of their protests around. the situation in venezuela is getting worse by the day going back is not an option. as they prepared to spend the night in front of the consulate thousands of more than his whalen's are reportedly at the ecuador peru border on their way to chile a wave of economic refugees that authorities may be trying to control but cannot stop. to see human al-jazeera at the chile peru border. a jailed british iranian woman who has ended her 2 week hunger strike in an iranian prison now is in the the gary radcliffe was arrested at tehran airport more than 3 years ago she was
sentenced to 5 years on charges of spying her husband richard also held a hunger strike in solidarity but outside the iranian embassy in london now zinni and her family strongly deny all the charges a state of emergency has been declared in papua new guinea following the eruption of 2 volcano is rescue workers say they don't have enough resources to help thousands of villages forced to move to safety mount one shot a cloud of us about 18 kilometers high over west new britain province and that forced flights to be diverted since that eruption which is on wednesday in the highly active volcano ma'am island has begun to erupt. the heat wave in germany is expected to set a new record on sunday that people in france the u.k. and spain will get some relief firefighters are still battling wildfires in catalonia and close to the capital madrid soaring temperatures across much of
europe are blamed for at least 8 deaths this week a new record high of just under 46 degrees set in southern france on saturday. still to come here on the al-jazeera news hour in sport read all ends mess a day zomby could be eaten streak this season. were such a problem is something which is a geopolitical issue that's for governments international institutions to manage under 1000 refugees don't have the right to move freely on the other hand gord's can move freely as far and as much as they want it. actual colonialism this is the over the democratic process these companies they just want the money europe's forbidden colony episode one on al-jazeera. al jazeera is there when
a story breaks but it's close a bit to see what happens next we should shoot on. fired by the barriers for a model barricade of the full 7 streets that lead to here the middle east now has been all about change people have gone to clear the area the mission of national army is to fix the entire complex and i'll just do a stories about telling it from the people's perspective what they think is happening in their culture. that pesticides and intensive farming often harms the environment but a farm in southern england is taking
a rather different approach what's called wilding leaves livestock to roam free but mostly reports from sussex. just an hour south of london you find yourself in the wilderness not long ago this was a traditional farm but the owners decided to shut their eyes and see what would happen if they allowed nature to take it all back through astounded even them the race at which it all group back now it not only absorbs huge amounts of carbon dioxide but is teeming with wildlife species have come back here like the stork in that tree off in the distance that haven't been seen in the u.k. hundreds of years before that it had been really you know the i could see it was it was the typical monoculture of british army and we used to travel the world to look at wildlife and we never once thought that we could get it back on our doorstep and this was where i mean really as much as anywhere we're not going to expect large swaths of being groomed to turn into landscapes but i think this could be used
within a mix of other other. other solutions for giving space to nature but is it farming no crops but animals roaming free income for meat sales topped up by camping and large enthusiastic european subsidies it is absolutely impossible to imagine that this used to be a wheat field only 15 years ago but it just shows you what happens when you let nature take its course and it does speak very much to the entire philosophy of this place which is that farming obviously has very much in part of the problem as far climate change is concerned but it can be part of the solution as well he said roads have been here you know i've said 3 nearby though there's some skepticism about this new model unlike his neighbors david doesn't own all his land and has to make a profit to pay the rents so he says he still has an eye on the environment letting land go fallow letting the trees grow for the kingfishers to nest in but next to
all this other crops see grows for sale the modern side of farming blamed for so many involved. mental problems we have all the bar diversity all the species total dogs on the naughty gals here that you might find on rewarding saw as well but we produce loads of food food as well rather than all the money being poured into a very small area the $4.00 of the farm land or the land of the country would be far better to use it to create that makes it so bought a verse t. and food and farming alongside it the problem is that some environmentalists say the earth may only have 60 harvests left that's 60 years before the soil is damaged beyond repair consequently the net states maintains a lot of visitors from europe and beyond looking at what they've done as the sense of climate crisis grows and people look for radical solutions but british politics are changing even faster and what happens to this place is a model the grand experiment is not at all clear lawrence the al-jazeera in sussex
. this time for the small hughes now his far more team thank you so much red bulls max for stopping his broken mercedes grip on the formula one season for shap and has won the austrian grand prix ahead of ferrari's charla clare the dutch harbor over to clare with just 2 laps to go and went on to secure his 1st win of the year sadie's had won all 8 of the season's previous races overall championship leader and lewis hamilton finished down in 5th the most successful side in the history of the copa america europe why won't be adding to their 15 titles this year they were beaten on penalties by brew in the last of the quarter finals like so many games in this year's coper the video assistant referee played a huge role this time around europe why were the team that suffered they had the ball and then that not once but twice and both times the goal was disallowed by far no goals in regulation or extra time either so the penalties. you're wise barcelona
striker luis suarez the only player to miss meeting edison flores successful kick sent prince through to the last 4. so this is the complete semifinal lineout brazil take on arch rivals argentina on choose day the 2nd semi has the holders chile playing prue a day later. i was saying women are facing india right now the cricket world cup a loss for england would really damage their prospects of reaching the semifinals they posted $337.00 for 7 in their 50 overs in response are $148.00 for 2 england just at the crucial wicket a kohli for $66.00. on saturday pogson heaped pressure on england with a crucial when they beat afghanistan in leeds in what was one of the closest matches of the competition so far so how malik reports. pakistan needed to beat
afghanistan keep the campaign on track. and at $57.00 for 3 it looked like afghanistan would be dismissed people with but the batsmen battled hard oscar afghans stabilize the innings with $42.00 runs. they were restricted however to a modest but competitive $227.00 for not. be. pakistan's chase started terribly. they lost fockers them on the 1st over. bar brawls amanda mahmood talks the innings they put on 72 runs together but pakistan last quick wickets and had to rely on the lower order with it was down to all round in modeless even the hard reality to see them on the play guided pakistan to the narrowest of wins over turning afghanistan's total with just 2 balls to spare with pakistan's dream of
a 2nd world cup is still very much alive so him ali al jazeera. of course that is australia keeps on going maybe new zealand at lord's by 861 mitchell starc took 5 for 26 is a line crumbling 257 all out. australia are already through to the semi's every team play each other once in the group stage but the top 4 advancing new zealand losing means they remain 3rd pakistan's win season jump about and wins but the house had the chance to reclaim 4th if they can beat india. now that jock itch that he's in perfect shape to retain his wimbledon championship 12 months on from his unlikely title when at the all england club a year ago jock of asia arrived at the tournament struggling to shake off a long term elbow injury and in his lowest ranking position for a decade 2 weeks later he departed with a 4th wimbledon title and he's since 12 more grand slams he plays germany's felipe
call schreiber in the 1st round on monday but this was a huge springboard for me to win and wimbledon last year that's what kind of gave me that that push and also a huge relief. after that it was all upwards right of you know winning cincinnati for the 1st time in the u.s. open. you know one grand slam can definitely change anyone's career serena williams is seeded 11th the 7 time champion has only played 12 tour level matches this year and was last in action a month ago when she lost and that's a crowded round at the french open. have a good week and a half. but i have been really just mentally training and physically training for that time and here i'm just going to do the best that i can . but not a fluke. ok and that is all your sport for now much more coming up later but for
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hello again i'm with al-jazeera live from also coming up. stepping a. lot of. troubles into history is the 1st u.s. president to enter north korea long enough and. i'm going to see a new man in front of the chilean consulate in happier parole just near the border with chile in the upper comma desert and this is becoming the latest flashpoint in the venezuelan migrant crisis. japan is set to resume commercial whaling after 3 decades despite a massive fall in domestic consumption of whale meat. but we saw that saddam or at least one person has been killed in more mass protests protests is demanding the military hand over power to civilians protest organizers of what they want to be a 1000000 strong march of being calling on demonstrates is to go to the
presidential palace in the capital khartoum the latest. also the deadline today was the deadline given by the african union to the transitional military council for them to hand over power to civilians but clearly that hasn't happened. well the military council is denying that it's behind the attack that killed a protester i look forward with a murder i mean let's you don't literally the military is here to protect protestors but we can't do anything when it comes to infiltrate us 5 or 6 people have been hit and we need to go there to sort out the problem you have to know that there are infiltrators people who want to change the current situation but god willing if we reach an agreement and if you understand the situation who will get rid of the snipers who are killing the people right now. robbing go live now to have a morgue and she's on skype from jaber in south sudan and here there was nominally
the 2nd in command but many people believe that he's actually running the show aided knowing that his forces are reputable forces had anything to do with the killings and talking about there being a pro of provocateurs among the crowd talking about there being foreign elements in the crowd whipping up trouble. yes indeed martin and these are not new remarks he said very much the same thing yesterday saying that his forces reckon support forces will protect the protesters but that's who's concerned that there will be a secretary and that there will be people among the protesters that will try to target security forces now the protesters are saying that their movement is peaceful and unarmed that's what they've been saying and that's what's been happening since december when the protests started the military council is also calling on the opposition coalition to come down to go to continue to see table so that they can work out a will only to form a transitional government that responds to that it's in mediation just over an hour
ago and they were trying to say that they were trying to come together to negotiations as soon as today the protest leaders are calling on people. on the streets of hope to many other parts of the country each to continue their protests and they're saying that those in 4 to specifically should march to the presidential palace and demand not just to go in government but accountability for those who were killed when the sit in front of army headquarters was attacked at the beginning of the month and. with there being at least some somebodies is firing at the protest says and with tear gas we understand also being used it doesn't seem very much as though the atmosphere the climate is right for negotiations what are the opposition saying about that proposal that the generals seem to have agreed to . well the opposition our coalition of the forces of freedom in change already gave the response to that humility just last week they're saying that they too are going
to determine let's go back to terms of ease of the swedish and proposal and say that there will be 7 members from the military council and they will be 7 members sunday opposition to form all. that was the point of contention between the 2 sides they're also saying that the proposal also states that it will be a 15 member that we've been a little not nominated $54.00 sites independent and a civilian so it will be a significant transitional government but the protest movement is saying that they feel like the military council is just trying to buy time that they've been time to use it with its sense that it sure was upset in the 11th of april and the military is yet to hannibal they very much distrust the military council and they're saying that they want lots of don't believe decisions and less they are mediators and other external absence teaching witness to the negotiations and the deal that will come out if there is on. live from jaber in south sudan thank you.
now donald trump is committed to restarting new career talks with north korea after an historic meeting with kim jong president trump met kim at the demilitarized zone on the border between north and south korea where he became the 1st u.s. president to set foot in the north whilst in office he is our diplomatic editor james bays reporting from partying very close to the demilitarized zone in south korea. 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 reports stepping of course that was agreed on a lot of rhetoric. a lot of friendships have been made and it just didn't particularly 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 there so i waited to hear from. 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 cool because 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 in. enter 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 be 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 moon and his people but pretty much 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 the plume a sea with pyongyang in the past say on previous occasions north korea has a lie and cheat it as he left south korea president trump seemed very happy but it's worth remembering the challenge ahead north korea's not yet given up any part
of its sophisticated nuclear program the international community has not lifted any of it scribbling sanctions james bay al-jazeera south korea. and robin wright has more now on the view from the south korean capital 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 as 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. 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 success double for 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 unfolding events throughout sunday the state run broadcaster in north korea has been broadcasting the usual diet of propaganda documentaries and patrie arctic karaoke song. so how is all this going down in washington here's our correspondent. apparently it was quite a spontaneously staged event and so one of trump's strongest supporters in congress senator lindsey graham in a previously recorded interview had said that further attempts to engage him in. part should be encouraging that there would be no downside but after we saw those images there has been response saying in fact there is a downside as a former cia director is saying that this downside is that it bestows legitimacy on
the north korean government while undermining international enforcement of sanctions democrats have been more critical of chuck schumer the senate minority leader called it a typical trump show and across the airwaves this morning we're democratic candidates for president giving interviews saying that this was just show and no substance and in fact there's reports that trump's own advisers had cautioned against making this 3rd face to face meeting with kim jong un saying that the u.s. should be strong in its demands that north korea 1st give up something tangible in its about efforts to denuclearize which up until this point has been mostly talk and very little to show for it but obviously going to rub it clearly is a professor at university and he says both sides need to make concessions in order to make progress.