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evidents adding who else would you think is doing it somebody from nepal iran's foreign ministry dismissed bolton's remarks as a ludicrous claim and the supreme leader ayatollah ali how many reasserted we will not negotiate with america because negotiation has no benefits and carries homme before the talking started in jeddah it emerged that katsav prime minister abdullah bin nasa been khalifa plenty will attend g.c.c. and arab league sessions on thursday it will be cattles 1st high level contact with saudi the u.a.e. bahrain and egypt since the fall states imposed an ad land and sea blockade on the country nearly 2 years ago the 4 states had accused of supporting terrorism accusations vehemently denied by category leaders the united states wants to see an end to the blockade on cata i would hope that they could work out some of these
things because they have essentially babying the saudis destroyed the gulf cooperation council it's a paper organization now it never was for middle but now it's almost nothing because of this bitter fight within the ranks of its own members this is not a way to assure security in the gulf and it's not a way to present iran with a solid front from as it were the other side of the ocean whether this could be a 1st step towards repro small is unclear but the immediate effect of cattle is involvement here could result in a broader debate over relations with iran andrew simmons al-jazeera. a major rescue operation is underway in the hungary and capital after a sightseeing boat capsized in the danube killing at least 7 people 19 others are still missing the boat was carrying more than 30 south korean tourists and for the
past when it reportedly collided with another tourist bus a heavy rain and strong currents have been hampering the rescue efforts. still to come for you here on al-jazeera as the syrian government intensifies its bombardment of rebel held town calls at the u.n. for a cease fire. also ahead ethnic serbs protesting the cost of a after the police arrest several people in $1.00 of the balkans most tense areas. still have a little more severe weather coming in across parts of the u.s. hopefully for no more than around another 24 to 48 hours or so a cloud in the rain that's just pushing its way in cross the northern plains up towards the midwest still some lively storms on this little bit of cloud you notice there into texas we'll see some rain just coming out of that eastern side of texas
running up across kentucky through tennessee pushing up towards the ohio valley still some rather lively storms here $31.00 celsius in d.c. haunts add sticky weather here some of colder behind but the temperature contrast is easing temperate around 20 degrees celsius for thursday want to see a shower still in place there for a california up towards pacific northwest these will quieten down and i'm hopeful by friday things starting to quieten down across the plains there's still a chance of some showers in the deep south just pushing into tech support for many it is going to be somewhat drier and quieter place to say 30 celsius in atlanta 30 degrees there also into miami touch woman that's across the caribbean also dry weather into the the windward islands but for the leeward side got some cloud and rain rolling through and plenty a shot was there for the crates around to lace into the western caribbean.
when a military coup overthrew chile's marxist president when stadiums became prisons and the hunters sole objective was absolute control one man publicly refused to accept dictatorship episode 4 of football rebels explores the life of carlos. the footballer whose personal story swayed of votes that altered the history of his country carlos and the demise of a un day on al jazeera. welcome back you're watching al-jazeera a reminder of our top stories israel is facing an unprecedented 2nd election this
year after the prime minister benjamin netanyahu failed to form a coalition government before a midnight deadline comes just 7 weeks after he claimed a major victory in parliamentary elections. and u.s. special counsel robert muller has made his 1st public comments since releasing his report on russia's involvement in the 2016 presidential election mr malo said his 2 year investigation was never going to end the charges against president on he also said it didn't clear him of all wrongdoing. cattles prime minister is expected to attend a security summit in saudi arabia the 1st high level meeting since a blockade against qatar the kingdom is also holding 2 other summit saudi arabia to discuss regional issues including rising tensions between the u.s. and iraq. to northern syria where at least 43. people have been killed in 2 days of bombardment by russian backed government forces targeting the remaining rebel
strongholds and hama and. the u.n. says more than 300000 people have been displaced in the past month the reports now from beirut. this is how the government's won back territory from the armed opposition in recent years targeting civilians to pressure rebels to surrender now the tactic is being used in northwest syria. there have been hundreds of these air strikes in the past months but the last few days have seen major escalation busy streets crowded areas are coming under fire look at the one common that he and they like to punish the civilians they always do this we found 10 burned bodies here they target the civilians the people when near a pharmacy when they were killed. it's an all too familiar scene the casualties particularly among women and children are increasing from northern and how much provinces to the southern edges of it live and further west in the aleppo
countryside nowhere is safe out. there. people are living in fear children were playing in the street when they were martyred there is no rebel position or headquarters here you can see the civil defense workers are trying to move to a woman under the rubble and hospitals are being destroyed and humanitarian services have been suspended the united nations has denounced big world powers for doing nothing to stop the attacks it is warning of a catastrophe i don't know. why i. want. to provide no life. like. this is my. everything. it is under the control of her. which many in the international community believe
is still linked to al qaida the syrian government and its allies say they are fighting terrorists but the province is home to more than 3000000 syrians hundreds of thousands have been forced to leave their homes and this rebel held territory on the southern edges of it but if this becomes a full scale battle for the entire opposition held regional forest west that crisis will get a lot worse. beirut. al-jazeera is diplomatic editor james bays reports now from the united nations where the u.n. special envoy to syria is calling for an immediate cease fire special envoy good morning are you concerned about the situation in the u.n. special envoy pedersen here in new york to brief the security council as the offensive continues he met ambassadors here in the consultations room the place where close security council meetings are held afterwards mr pedersen who's trying
to get peace talks going again in geneva said his meeting had been dominated by events in a globe there are 3000000 civilians. in a live prominence too many has been killed and obviously what is happening is not proportional in relationship to civilian casualties and the fight against terror is what we need to see the fight against terrorism is continuing it needs to be proportional to the challenge so it's illegal what's been happening. thank you. the russian delegation strongly denied its forces and those of the syrian government were breaching international law despite the statements of the u.n. humanitarian office that medical facilities were being repeatedly targeted in it why are you bombing hospitals though we went to medical facilities or not born hospitals the syrian army believing isn't and please be very much courses and
double chip all this source of information of it you called our source information is the un is our church. double chip all the information of it your quart of these so-called bombardments including from the u.n. in the world in from your air the u.s. special envoy for syria the jim jeffords said the situation in the ad lib was horrific he called for an immediate cease fire but for now there's no indication that the russians or the syrian government are prepared to comply with that james ouches era at the united nations now the military in sudan says it's arrested a soldier who opened fire during a gunfight between security forces in khartoum killing a pregnant woman and injuring several others that happened on the 2nd day of a nationwide strike protesters remain on the streets of the capital they want the transitional military council to transfer power to
a civilian led or thorough. they were morgan reports now from khartoum. out of their offices and onto the streets government and bank workers walked of the job for 2 days in a new bed to precious to dance military to hand over power to a civilian let's council and the opposition coalition is warning they'll go even further if the military doesn't meet their demands. the next step will be civil disobedience if the military council does not accept the demands of the sudanese people also if the rapid deployment forces continue to harass people as happening cattery from some areas of khartoum they will cause violence and will try to push the country into such a direction but we will not be led into any form of violence regardless of their product nationally. the message came after the military council which came to power after ousting president obama will bashir in early april said that it won't hand over power to a government that is not elected and that talks to form a transitional government must include all parties in the country talks between the
military council and the opposition coalition to form a transitional government was suspended in mid may after the 2 sides failed to agree on who will lead the transitional period the military council says if no progress is made it will call for elections before the end of the year a move rejected by the opposition amid the stalemate a sit in continues outside the army headquarters on wednesday a dispute between factions of the military led to the death of one female protester and the injury of several others 2 weeks ago protested accuse the military of shooting at them resulting in the deaths of at least 6 people and the entry of more than 200 others. protesters are concerned that there will be more catastrophe like the 12 weeks ago many rushed to defend their fellow protesters people have become more cautious more tense that the military might try to do something. the risk of violence doesn't put a protesters who remain outside the army headquarters for the 7th week this is they
want to go into the civilian government is in place and their revolution is complete he been working on jazeera for 2. front runner in the race to become the u.k.'s next prime minister is to face a court trial over allegations he lied to the public during the breaks that referendum campaign 3 years ago boris johnson claimed the u.k. sent $440000000.00 per week to the e.u. but opponents of crowdfunding to launch the prosecution say that number was false and misleading paul brennan from london that's the big red bricks it for us and it's 3 $150000000.00 pounds slogan had an enormous impact on the bracks it campaign and paris johnson embraced enthusiast tickly sometimes even embellishing it why we said 10 pounds a year in debt to brussels. but the battle bus claim that britain sent $350000000.00 pounds that's approximately $440000000.00 a week to brussels was demonstrably false if i was johnson continued to use the
figure through to 2017 even earning himself a rebuke from the u.k. statistics or 43 what we could do with another 300 if you can believe it that. the money needed to launch a private prosecution was crowd funded by campaign a marcus ball whose case alleges that johnson's claims had been irresponsible and dishonest amounting to misconduct in a public office johnson's lawyers denied the allegations but the magistrate issued a summons johnson himself must now answer the charges in court district judge coleman decided dunn's having considered all the relevant factors she was satisfied that this is a proper case in which to issue a summons against mr johnson for 3 counts of misconduct in public office. is a beautiful day there has been no response from boris johnson or his spokesman but the timing is extraordinary johnson is the current frontrunner to replace to resign
maybe and if he wins he could find himself as a prime minister facing trial. that might make it harder for him to kind of just blow past this one. and also it's a very serious charge that to to suggest that has lies contributed to. the outcome of the referendum and all that goes with that is something that i think you might find quite hard to shake off. concerns about the character and truthfulness of politicians are not new george orwell described politics as a mass of lies evasion folly but seeing a politician held criminally responsible for misleading campaign slogans would indeed be a startling precedent paul brennan al-jazeera central london. serbia is blaming nato and the european union for a surge in tensions in kosovo after a police raid sparked anger among minority ethnic serbs the operation on tuesday in
a dominated area of kosovo brought an angry reaction in belgrade where the government put troops on full alert meanwhile hundreds of ethnic serbs held a protest in the tributes or. is that. the towering statue of kenya's are in north metro feeds is the symbol of serbian pride in this predominantly ethnic said municipality in northam course a vote people are angry over what they call intimidation by prishtina kosovo's police of logs an anti smuggling operation in the area the majority of those arrested were ethnic serbs the worst one year something more than just a few it's an old brutal action of course in the police i just don't know if people would be in denial yet keeping the peace as much as we can the flow but every single action can cause more damage especially about the release of the 2 serbs and albanians some protesters say police used unnecessary violence question after this
it was issued not frighten children beat people and destroy property as if they're trying to push us out serbia's. isn't has put the country's troops on full alert as tensions escalate the european union's foreign policy chief called on both sides to resume talks if we miss this opportunity i see the risk of the dark forces of the past coming back of confrontation even of conflict the course of a declared independence from serbia in 2008 after a nato bombing campaign back to course of an separatists but belgrade refuses to recognize it matter of it so it is a divided city over the south of the bear river it's mainly albanian on this side it's mainly serbian and has a similar picture across northern kosovo when 90 percent of the population also and most say they want to be part of serbia last year the presidents of kosovo and serbia discuss whopping territory in exchange for serbia recognizing kosovo
a move the worries albanians in north. london them time secure the idea of partition is harmful and it endangered the lives of the people living in this neighborhood but i'm sure partition will not happen and this is all about politics christine and belgrade show no sign of being closer to resolving their differences but in a town where ethnic divisions are deep and memories of the balkans war still fresh few people here want a new conflict natasha butler al jazeera north mitch of the kosovo a judge in spain has jailed the head of mexico's biggest steelmaker well is deciding whether he should be extradited to face corruption charges in his home country along so and she. was arrested at the main airport of the mediterranean island of new york is wanted in mexico as part of the president's anti corruption drive an arrest warrant has also been a suit for the former chief of mexico's state owned oil company pemex.
welcome if you just joining us you're watching al-jazeera these are your headlines israel is facing an unprecedented 2nd election this year after the prime minister benjamin netanyahu failed to form a coalition government before a midnight deadline it comes just 7 weeks after he claimed a major victory in parliamentary elections or a force that has more from west jerusalem it is an extraordinary set of circumstances and it's been a very dramatic few hours in the israeli knesset i mean during those 7 weeks it was clear that there were problems with forming this coalition and those in you know who had to ask the president for an extension as he still tried to to get that coalition together but there is priced into these really political system a sense that these things always more difficult than they might appear in that usually at the last minute they'll get together and make
a deal and that's what's generally happened the u.s. special counsel robert muller has made his 1st public comments since releasing his report on russian involvement in the 2016 presidential election mr miller said his 2 year inquiry was never going to end with charges against president trump but he also said it didn't clear him of all wrongdoing. cattles prime minister is expected to attend a security summit in saudi arabia the 1st high level meeting since a blockade against the country the kingdom is also holding 2 other summits to discuss regional issues including rising tensions between the u.s. and iran. q 7 people are dead and 19 others are still missing after a sightseeing boat capsized on the river danube in the hungarian capital budapest the vessel was carrying more than 30 south korean tourists when it reportedly collided with another tourist vessel heavy rain and strong currents are currently hampering the rescue efforts more news on the web site al-jazeera dot com those are
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