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thanks 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 those solid front from as it were the other side of the ocean whether this could be a 1st step towards russia is unclear but the immediate effect of capitals involvement here could result in a broader debate over relations with iran andrew simmons al-jazeera still ahead on al-jazeera as the syrian government intensifies his bombardment of gravel held tons of homes that the un for a cease fire plus. born in italy hailed as a hero but still waiting for citizenship points getting to become an italian.
hello welcome to another look at the international forecast we've still got a few showers into the middle east over the next couple of days but by and large it should be essentially dry you can see the showers clout there into iran up towards the caspian to the east of that there's some heat still in place 30 celsius there for kabul horta stilling to tashkent and hossa still for karate it around $37.00 celsius though those showers then pushing up to towards terra behind that well aids on for a bad bad 43 celsius rather more pleasant 29 am by routes over the next couple of days even more cloud just sliding its way into turkey into syria by friday and the showers will continue just around normal around there towards essential areas maybe wanted to show is that coming into afghanistan by friday afternoon a chance of water to shallowest around the gulf of a little more cloud in place before much of the arabian peninsula as it should be sticking hot and dry 40 to 43 celsius here in doha light winds it should feel quite
pleasant if a little on the tasty side over the next couple of days meanwhile this is southern africa dry here as well lots of sunshine around some showers around the mozambique channel but for much of southern africa it is dry fine and sunny. an investigation into the real powers that control the world health organization their obligation to their shareholders completely overwhelms any consideration of public health can they be trusted with building a healthier future if their loyalty becomes questionable. h one n one push isn't getting much if they can't thank you now they w o u s s cast who says don't trust that you trust who our knowledge is the.
ok let's recap your top stories for you so far this hour 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 that's happened just 7 weeks after he claimed a major victory in parliamentary elections. 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 miller said charging donald trump with a crime was not an option but also stressed he didn't exonerates the president either. as prime minister expected to attend a security summit in saudi arabia the 1st high level meeting since the blockade against his country the kingdom is also holding 2 other subjects to discuss
regional issues including rising tensions between the u.s. and iran. at least 43 people have been killed in syria in 2 days of bombardment by russian backed government forces that targeting the remaining rebel strongholds and hama and southern italy but more than 300000 people have been forced from their homes in the last month 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 it the u.n. special envoy garr pedersen here in new york to brief the security council as the offensive in it live 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 adlib there are 3000000 civilians. in in 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 is stuff to 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.s. humanitarian office that medical facilities were being repeatedly targeted in it led why are you bombing hospitals though we went to medical facilities were not born hospitals the syrian army really isn't and please be very much courses and double chip all this source of information of it you called our source information
for us our church. double chip all the information of it your quart or both of these so-called bombardments including from the u.n. in order 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 turning our attention to the u.k. now because the front runner in the race to become britain's next prime minister boris johnson is to face a court trial over allegations he lied to the public jury in the original bricks that referendum campaign 3 years ago now mr johnson then claimed that the u.k. sent $440000000.00 per week to the e.u. but opponents who've crowd funded to launch the prosecution say that number was false and misleading paul brennan reports from london. that's the big red bricks
it for us and it's $350000000.00 pound slogan had an enormous impact on the bracks it campaign and boris 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 as johnson continued to use the figure through to 2017 even earning himself a rebuke from the u.k. statistics orthorexic see what we could do with another 300000000. of 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 if there 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 research 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 to to suggest that has 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. hundreds of bosnians have been protesting in sarajevo over a secretly recorded video that appears to show the head of the country's top judicial body taking bribes the demonstrators are demanding the resignation of. the oversees all of bosnia's judges and their prosecutors the video allegedly shows him discussing a case against a businessman a police officer then appears to promise to hand over an $1100.00 bribe to denies any wrongdoing. serbia is blaming nato and the e.u. for a surge in tensions in kosovo after a police raid sparked anger among minority ethnic serbs the operation on tuesday and dominated area of kosovo sparked fury in belgrade but the government put troops
on full alert meanwhile hundreds of ethnic serbs have held a protest and tributes are attached as they're. tearing statue of king those are in north nature 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 the one year something more than just a thief it's an old riddle that's in the course of the police i just don't know if people would be in denial yet keep the peace as much as we can with the flow but every single their actions can cause more damage especially about the release of the 2 serbs and albanians some protesters say police used unnecessary violence question that for the simple he should not frighten children beat people. and
destroy property as if they're trying to push us out serbia's president 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 concert course of a declared independence from serbia in 2008 after a nato bombing campaign backed course of an separatists but belgrade refuses to recognize it middle of it is a divided city over there south of the bear river it's mainly albanian on this side it's mainly serbian and has a similar picture across northern kosovo where 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 warping territory in exchange for serbia recognizing kosovo a move the worries albanians in north. london them town 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. kossovo al-jazeera has spoken to a saudi dissident living in the u.k. has launched a legal case against saudi arabia. so the kingdom practice phone and still personal data is were a challenge. can a milder sorry's mobile phone is new but he's still numb to confidence that it's secure if someone wants to hack it still find a way says the saudi satirist after all he's convinced they've done it before to get after all my life is in the phone ghanim is bringing a legal case against saudi arabia in the u.k.
courts investigators believe saudi operators sent him text messages with malicious links to pegasus spyware developed by the israeli company and so i think attempted by a. friend. and he told me this is dead to me disadvantage has been hacked into should get my phone checked and surprise surprise i was infected that's why both my phones their water compass and i one citizen lab with the investigators hyde park adams lawyers to look at the phone he found 3. text messages containing links that when clicked on resulted to me associated with n.s.a.'s infrastructure. around him broadcast his satire on you tube his videos often critical of the saudi royal family have been viewed hundreds of thousands of times he says his social media accounts have been hacked before and last september he was verbal and physically abused by 2000000 central london we have contacted the
london embassy of the kingdom of saudi arabia here for their response to these allegations but as of yet an e-mail and several phone calls have had no answer. these ready tech company didn't want to comment on the case but did say n.s.o. develops products that are licensed exclusively to government intelligence and law enforcement agencies to prevent and investigate the activities of terrorists and criminals who have gone dark and also does not operate the technology and while the technology is used on an extremely small scale it has saved thousands of lives saudi arabia has been accused by other dissidents human rights activists and journalists. digital spying even jeff bezos the billionaire behind amazon and the washington post believe saudi arabia took information from his phone one famous saudi dissident had more than his data stolen when jamal khashoggi visited the saudi consulate in istanbul last october he was never seen alive again rory chalons
al-jazeera london. they were born in italy grew up there and they speak the language but 2 boys who were told they would get nationality after saving a hijacked past full of children are still waiting for the government to keep its promise cases feeling calls for it in the citizenship laws to be changed from rome here's are some of binge of 8. has been called a hero him in his classmate help save the lives of 51 students when their school bus was hijacked in march the eluded the police resulting in a dramatic rescue of their hijacked bus. driver had threatened to burn all the children on board before setting fire to the vehicle he was protesting against migrant deaths in the mediterranean i then hit his phone from the hijacker and called his mum for help work 1st particularly frank everyone he knows has hailed him for his courage but despite being born in italy he's not an italian
citizen that's because adams parents moved to italy from morocco under italian law a child born to foreigners does not have the automatic right to citizenship and must wait until they're 18 years old to apply for it but after adam's actions on the bus it please government promise to grant him sort of than ship. i think that someone was born here it's fair that he has a telly in citizenship it's unfair if he hasn't in the beginning they told us they would give us citizenship but it's been 2 months now we still don't have any news. the government's decision to grant him and his friend citizenship has sparked a debate many are asking should people risk their lives to get citizenship others argue. for immediate set of the chip for all children born in italy. if you neary is an immigration lawyer and he wants the government to change what he calls an archaic system alone australasia at a meeting of a chimp in a bank on the web the 1902 law copies the 911 law of course that's not compatible
with today we need to integrate foreign citizens starting with minors children who arrived or were born here. elizabeth was 10 years old when she came to italy and couldn't apply for citizenship when she did apply years later the government changed the procedure from 2 to 4 years i can understand the like all my life where citizenship you know i have been living here for 18 years and that's like 4 years more 2 years more of a legal procedure i once thought. the government believed the laws need to be even stricter about who can become an italian citizen. in italy there are 60000000 people and we certainly do not need more in italy there are specific citizenship rules if they legally remain for at least 10 years they can apply for citizenship if a child was born in italy at the age of 18 they can have citizenship. but many foreigners in italy don't agree with that sentiment rights activists believe the different
residency requirements based on whether the applicant is a descendant of an italian citizen an e.u. citizen or not you citizen creates room for discrimination in 2003 european citizenship by residence was proposed but amid rising xenophobia and nationalism that seems to have forgotten all of the other they are. an australian teenager who threw an egg a controversial politician is donating tens of thousands of dollars to survivors of the new zealand mosque attacks will connelly eggs fraser and a news conference in.