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kimo trade of a remote japanese village. that is later how has the community of me. been able to move on and rebuild their lives. rewinds japan aftermath of the catastrophe. on al-jazeera. the arab. i recall says fry minister dies after collapsing during a cabinet meeting just weeks after being confirmed as the ruling party's presidential candidate. player watching al-jazeera live from our world headquarters in doha for the back also ahead. yes that's right. the u.n.
warns foreign interference in libya has reached unprecedented levels serbia's president delays new coronavirus restrictions us protesters keep up the pressure over his handling of the pandemic and forgetting in so some of the past the u.s. president has what he describes as a tremendous relationship with mexico. thank you very much for joining us ivory coast says facing new political uncertainty after the sudden death of its prime minister a man who gone quickly but he was also the ruling party's candidate for the upcoming presidential election he can lobstering a cabinet meeting and was later confirmed dead in hospital he returned to the country after medical treatment in france just last week in march the 61 year old was picked as a candidate for the presidential election after current president alassane ouattara
said he would not seek a 3rd term al-jazeera as nicolas hoch has more from neighboring senegal. this is a big blow for the president because with this death comes a political crisis a political void the question is now who will replace coulibaly who was the chosen successor to want to or are expected to run in the next upcoming presidential election in october and whoever will come next will have to defeat the candidates which are only going to be a former president of ivory coast a heavyweight of the opposition and the young newcomer that was once a close ally of what tara sorow so the announcement of his death is very problematic for want to rot not only that is problematic for the stability of ivory coast we know that in the past presidential elections have has led to
conflict not just conflict but civil war in 2011 the election between president once and all bug culminated into a civil war that left 3000 people dead and what people in ivory coast want to see is don't repeat from the past they want to see a man that can bring stability and unite all ivorians and for the president that man was the man that died today during the cabinet meeting. money jose belies chief executive director of the africa international media group she says clearly bodies death creates uncertainty over the political situation in ivory coast the main problems occurring now you know we watch eat what really happened because we will we can reckon with a lot of tensions and also maybe president what i will say when it comes to sion allows me to run again and facing that situation we have a note of all of president 86 years old ronnie and yet
a lot of tension we will not unite and about candidacy within my party still maybe i'll run my center president went to war was not in a great comfortable position. to to begin with but now with this openly everybody all the political also may feel that means this signal to come up with their own ambitions and really i think it may be great tense in other news the united nations secretary general is warning of unprecedented levels of foreign interference in libya antonio terraces urging warring parties and their international back as to end the political stalemate and agree to a cease fire diplomatic editor james phrase has more from un headquarters in new york. 2020 was the year the u.n. and the international community said they would bring peace to libya instead
violence has intensified with repeated war crimes mass graves and civilian casualties there are new risks as well as opportunities for peace now that general have to forces have been pushed all the way to sirte side is not on our side in libya. the conflict is and the new phase is foreign interference reaching and dissident levels including in the delivery of sophisticated equipment and the number of mercenaries involved in the fighting. germany has been leading international efforts in january it pulled together key players at a conference in perl in germany now has the presidency of both the e.u. and of the un security council its foreign minister was blunt some of the countries who signed up to the berlin communique 6 months ago have been undermining it ever since with their actions current interference in may and the main driver of the
conflict in libya it must be projects to an end that means no more plaints no more tanks no more trucks or cargo ships full of weapons and no matter what lies so will those directly involved in libya now back down representatives of russia egypt and the united arab emirates said they support the un position even though they're widely believed to back general have to militarily france has a growing strategic partnership with the u.a.e. and was strongly critical of fellow nato member turkey the main supporter of the government of national accord. the problem is this porters of general haftar know he's now in a much we can position and they may want to bolster his military standing before any negotiations on the other side supporters of the government of national accord
no battle with half the insert would be very bloody but after that there be an open road to the part of libya where much of the country's oil infrastructure is based james al-jazeera of the united nations and maybe as un recognized government says it's found a prison use by warlords highly for have tarter torture opponents government leaders in tripoli are calling on the un to investigate mass graves found near the prison the discovery was made in tahoe now forces of the government of national court capture the city from have to fight is in june it's believed the warlords forces buried the torture victims. serbia's president has delayed reimposing is 2nd coronavirus care if you despite the u. 10 thousands gathered for a 2nd day of protests in belgrade police used tear gas on demonstrators are trying to storm the parliament building the testers are calling on alexander to resign they say he is partly responsible for a spike in infections accusing him of lifting measures too early to hold elections
which he won dusan had a cheese in belgrade he says police have managed to clear most of the protesters from the streets we could see the police was better prepared tonight than they were lost last night yesterday so they had a better tactics tonight so they sort of attack the demonstrators they try to disperse them around the national assembly because most of them with routers who thousands of few 1000 of them are gathered in front of the national assembly and they push them away into the surrounding streets so they may be sort of a small pockets of demonstrators around the national assembly thus making them easier to remove the demonstrators from the streets so most of the demonstrators went home and there is nobody in the streets but there is also still a group of demonstrators some i don't know 500 meters away from the national assembly and in front of them it is
a huge amount of police who they there know in some kind of a standoff. the police is a strong units of police special and there is the unit of of police of serbia join their merry regular police cavalry they're all at that side for the last i don't know hour or so they're having sort of small clashes some points the demonstrators would go towards the police then the police would to respond to the those clashes and that's that the situation at this point but most of all of the demonstrators are now off the streets. after months of taking aim at mexico the u.s. president has welcomed his mexican counterpart to the white house andras money and lopez obrador has been criticized for holding talks with donald trump who remains a divisive figure in mexico over his immigration policies and border wall and
leftist leaders defended the trade best trade related some democrats say trump wants to use the occasion to drum up support among hispanic voters ahead of november's election. the relationship between the united states and mexico has never been closer than it is right now and as the president said a little while ago people were betting against that they were actually betting against it. but it's never been stronger never been closer to doing tremendous job together where chairs friends partners and neighbors our cooperation is founded on mutual trust and mutual respect between the 2 of us and between our 2 countries need but yes but i say i decided to come because it was very important for us to launch this new agreement but i also wanted to thank the people of the u.s. government and you president trump for being increasingly respectful of awful and mexicans and for your personal support in acquiring medical equipment to treat coronavirus patients that's why i'm here to express to the american people that
their president has treated us with kindness and respect long live the friendship of our 2 nations. i'll be speaking to our correspondent in mexico city emmanuel rapinoe in just a moment but 1st to my kana in washington d.c. mike a controversial visit for the mexican president but both leaders very keen to stress their friendship and a new beginning in the u.s. mexico relationship. indeed years and very much a u.-turn from the nature of the relationship in the past certainly the 2 presidents in a warm relationship explain. complements to each other making very clear their view of the importance of this new trade deal which was formally signed by the 2 presidents in the course of the day one must remember that president trump when he was threatening to break down the previous trade deal that was an element of real
threat to mexico which is exceedingly reliance on its relationship both the united states and with canada that was in a way what brought the mexican president around that threat of economic action being taken by the president can see signed on to the new trade deal a trade deal which is now in force and a one in which both presidents expressed hope will see for one thing a greater use of local content for example so certainly this a major step forward in terms of the relationship between mexico and the united states mike thank you very much for that let's get the view from mexico city now and speak to man you're a rapper lil money this trip to meet with president trump is lopez obrador 1st overseas trip since winning the election 2 years ago how is it being seen in mexico . even before the trip began it was seen as very controversial opinion was split here in mexico for
a variety of reasons the 1st being that people here in mexico are well aware that there was an election campaign season taking place in the united states and there was a concern of distrust that this invitation by the white house could be used as a sort of ploy for a photo opportunity between president trump and lopez of brotherhood where he could tout the success of the u.s. m.c.a. as a sort of foreign policy. a foreign policy success for the trumpet ministration and we should we should note and we should stress that president trump is not well liked in mexico a majority of people here see him as a racist as a zina folk and that has to do with the rhetoric of the u.s. president toward mexico and toward mexicans for the last few years where he's spoken about migrants of mexico as bad people calling them rapists and murderers of course that is not the rhetoric that we heard in the rose garden today in these meetings between the 2 world leaders it's as mike said a u. turn from previous rhetoric that we've heard from president trump instead they spoke about a unique relationship that exists between the u.s.
and mexico built built on respect but one of the best and now sees that i've heard recently regarding this relationship and regarding this meeting is that there is no such thing as friendship between nations only interests and if you listen to the 2 the speeches from both world leaders today it's apparent that those interests were met for each of them thank you for that money man a rapper known for us in mexico city tyson ahead on the program the growing fallout for konami as military that has spock's national outrage past why he beirut business been jailed in the u.s. for providing millions of dollars to has been law is back home. we're watching the development of something vaguely tropical in georgia in the
carolinas and it's still there it's still got potential to develop into nothing exciting but a rather wet saying this is rather more obvious in its line it's a cold front now ahead of it as being quite warm we're not about 23 in winnipeg which means they'll be some pretty big thunderstorms up in the prairie's far north of canada and some pretty big thunderstorms i would think in the midwest that temporarily quite quiet in the southern states but only stay that way but look what's happening up through married and then beyond this on shore breeze in the blue in the orange that's rather wet an unpleasant weather and still pretty warm washington d.c. is $33.00 degrees we are on the top for where it should be this time of the year. showers rings for the mediterranean have been quite poky as you can see running through preservation dominican republic that general line new study west towards so they're going to cooper in jamaica and concentrate i suspect in nicaragua where the heavy rain is about to be rather persistent off the coast of mexico is
a truck or depression as you call it the longest sea it's well gets to acapulco otherwise we're just talking about coastal showers right the way up through mexico . but. for thousands of years farmers and shepherds have lived. but their traditional way of life has been under threat for generations. as israel plans an extension into the occupied west bank. al-jazeera world goes to the jordan valley where illegal settlements have already expanded and asks what the future holds for these palestinians from which shepherds of the jordan valley on al-jazeera.
welcome back our top stories on al-jazeera ivory coast's prime minister has died after fainting during a cabinet meeting and undergone was a ruling party's candidate for the presidential election in october his death creates uncertainty over the whole. the u.n. secretary general is warning of unprecedented levels of foreign interference in libya and tell you the terrorists is a genuine qualities and their international backers to end the political stalemate and agree to a cease fire and the u.s. president has welcomed his mexican counterpart to the white house sundress munyon lopez obrador has been criticized holding talks with donald trump who remains a divisive figure in mexico over his immigration policies and his border wall.
for more than 3000000 americans have now tested positive for corona virus the latest figures come as the trump administration formally moved to withdraw from the world health organization u.s. secretary of state mike on pale accuses the w.h.o. of failing in carrying out its core function we are not going to underwrite an organization that has historically been incompetent and not performed its fundamental function there there's a real focus on the failures that took place around one in the world health organization's fundamental inability to perform its basic core mission of preventing a global pandemic spread. 2 of the top universities in the united states is suing the trump administration over its efforts to force out for instance harvard university and the massachusetts institute institute of technology are asking the course for an emergency restraining order us after the government said that foreign students would no longer be able to stay in the u.s.
if the horses had moved online because of the coronavirus fund them. domestic flights in nigeria have resumed after 3 months of restrictions airports in the capital abuja and the commercial hub of reopened where the remaining airports due to resume fights over the next week a dangerous report some of which. it was a cautious 1st day for nigerian a troublous as process has arrived to check they were confronted by new flight and safety rules that weren't there before the cockpit 19 pandemic. nevertheless john was eager to fly again. i don't have consigned so far trust in my country and trust in efforts put in place so i expect my country and i believe in trusting the system and i know that it's safe to fly as is safe to fly in any other country. but traffic was the 1st day for the resumption of a limited shuttle. government leaders say they have used the past 3 months when
airlines are grounded to address critical infrastructure needs to ensure passenger safety of sin in our ports we have a marked areas where passengers would be to keep physically distant would reduce the capacity of our. holes we have sequenced our flights to come in regulated the entry and exit of our ports we're doing everything possible to ensure the people are safe. despite increasing 1000 infections the government is going ahead with the open space for domestic flights. to airports this one you know and the other in the commercial capital lagos have been chosen to restart domestic flight we have airports due to take off soon now your a civil aviation authority will decide on went to allow international flight after seeing how operations walk out in these airports over the next 2 weeks. i do sufficient sector has lost 95 percent of its revenues in the past believe it the
feeling here is the longer airplanes remain grounded the more the economy because. this is a country that you have 34 percent little return on your investment this is a country with 450000000000 g.d.p. this is a country a center of africa this is a country that has 20 percent of the african consumption so it sucks in this economy means a total loss for the economy therefore we open it up. in style will pull it with caution sure that it would have to save. a vision of a happy the 1st day of commercial flight since the covered 1000 locked down when well what and such it is how all airports cool both domestic and international flights out to get back to their. the united states has certain to stop aids to work enough overy for his army killings this comes after human rights watch report that says that bodies of at
least 180 men have been found in mass graves they were discovered near the northern town of chivo the government is investigating claims its forces carried out the killings government troops have been battling a surge in attacks by armed groups in the region the violence has forced more than 700000 people from their homes since last year. now the u.n. security council has voted against a russian proposal to reduce cross border access to syria the council has until friday to agree on future operations on tuesday russia and china vetoed a rival resolution which was backed by all of the members of the security council the u.s. says moscow's proposal would have cut off lifesaving assistance for millions of syria. a lebanese businessman who's accused of financing hezbollah has returned home after 3 years in a u.s. jail. dean had been sentenced to 5 years in prison but was released due to poor health and the risk of contracting covert 19 comes as u.s.
secretary of state called on all countries to classify hezbollah as a terrorist organization and then a harder reports. carson pleasure deal is back home the lebanese businessman charged by a us court for financing the iranian backed lebanese group hezbollah was released from prison on compassionate grounds dean landed in beirut after completing 3 years of his 5 year sentence the us administration denied his freedom was part of the backroom deal and insists dean remains a designated global terrorist but his release increased speculation of a swap months after a naturalized american was released from a lebanese jail the release of the incomes of the context of prisoner swaps that we've seen in the past few days between the trumpet mistress on one hand and the rain and regime tozer dean's arrival coincided with a visit by the commander of the u.s. central command general candace mackenzie reaffirmed america's partnership with the
lebanese army but not with a government the americans say is beholden to hezbollah the armed group along with its allies control lebanon's government and parliament. because of possible believe the united states is going to. increase the pressure no thanks again. very efficient but much more efficient will be would be or could be the thanks again. lebanon is caught in the power struggle between the u.s. its arab allies in israel against iran as are the israelis does not signal improved relations between hezbollah and the us administration u.s. officials have said the mo does not diminish the severity of the crime and that there are still determined to go after the group's finances just last month u.s. secretary of state mike pompei also poses a threat to the u.s. its international partners and threatens lebannon stability hezbollah and its
allies see international powers are imposing a financial siege on lebanon. the americans are exploiting the piled up political and economical failures to incite the lebanese against hezbollah the us decision to beseech hezbollah will not lead to any result we will not surrender the us has said aid is not flowing in because the hezbollah led ruling alliance is refusing to fight corruption and carry out reforms that would weaken their hold over the state's resources lebanon yet again is in a reno were regional international rivalries play out but the stakes are even higher this time with the country close to economic collapse. beirut. forecasters are warning of unprecedented rainfall for parts of central japan after days of downpours in the southwest cause widespread damage and killed dozens of people and in china heavy rains in several provinces have swollen rivers and
triggered landslides 120 people are dead or missing florence really has more. than some of the heaviest rain in decades has batted who been a province in china on the outskirts of the city rescue workers dig through landslide debris in central south west. and east in china rescue teams have evacuated people trapped by rising floodwaters in cities towns and villages you need to see because the water is so deep we have asked the brigade to help transfer residents by rubber boats dams and river banks are being reinforced further to the east heavy rain has continued to pound japan causing flooding and landslides it's up rooted trees and downed electricity pylons making some roads impassable water levels in many areas remain high. even though it may have stopped raining there are many things to be worried about whether it could be months like it happening here
as well i was wondering along with you the worst hit areas of japan on the southwest island of. which has seen the highest number of casualties more than a 1000000 people on japan's 3rd largest island have been advised to seek temporary shelter and stay with friends or relatives where possible to avoid overcrowding at emergency centers health workers say basic measures to prevent corona virus from spreading in the crowded conditions seem to be working well you know the fact they have been no coronavirus patients in this area proves that we are doing the best we can whether experts are warning more heavy rain is expected over much of japan florence louis al-jazeera. police have found a soundproof torture chamber during a raid on a warehouse in the southern netherlands. one of 7 shipping containers
had a dentist's chair inside effective suspects the others were used as prison cells by a criminal gang 6 arrests were made and drugs weapons and police. muslims in indian administered kashmir are accusing the hindu nationalist government of beginning a radical change in the population in order to make them the minority in the region the government has changed its rules to grant residency to tens of thousands of people in jammu and kashmir and as a random reports. sharing sweets to celebrate their new status the butty family is some of the newest residents of jammu an indian administered kashmir despite living there all their lives their parents were brought from punjab in the 1950 s. to work as street sweepers but they haven't been eligible for residency until now. these that. we thank mr modi we have this piece of paper in our hands because of him now our children have received residency to marry they can progress in their
lives life. in march promised of that in the government why did the criteria for residency in the disputed region saying the change would grant equality and dignity to or now anyone who's lived in the region for 15 years all studies for 7 those registered as migrants and children of government workers who've served in kashmir are allowed to buy land and apply for government jobs more than 30000 domiciled certificates have been issued since the law was implemented 2 months ago most of them in hindu majority. people are satisfied because there are fewer procedures to follow when they had to become a resident before there was a lot of documents required they had to have them verified by that ministry it was a very long procedure. while it's now easier for non-cash midis to become residents many others are afraid that the government will make it more difficult for them to prove their status i belong to. you to say that my
identity basically depends on a piece of paper that your own people. something wrong with that the new domicile law was announced 88 months after the government revoked the region's autonomy that had protected it from demographic changes the idea is that it would want to change the demography here in jammu and kashmir and create pressure on the society so that at some point of going into society doesn't give up the would completely transform the demography of this place to that maybe muslims who are demanding freedom from india would come in minority the organization of islamic cooperation which represents $57.00 nations had almost $2000000000.00 muslims as among other critics of the changes saying they are part of the hindu nationalist government's plans to drown dissent and at a time when protests they have been banned for needy a year elizabeth proud of al-jazeera you daddy.
her again i'm fully back to roll with the headlines on al-jazeera ivory coast prime minister has died after a same thing during a cabinet meeting ahmed of gone badly was avoiding party's candidate for the presidential election in october the u.n. secretary general is warning of unprecedented levels of foreign interference in libya until your protests is urging the warring parties and their international back is to end the political stalemate and agree to a cease fire maybe as un recognized government meanwhile says it's on a prison used by warlords honey for half time to torture opponents government leaders in tripoli a calling on the u.n. to investigate mass graves found near the prison in town. the u.s. president has welcomed his mexican counterpart to the white house sundress munyon lopez obrador has been criticized for holding talks with donald trump who remains
a divisive figure in mexico over his immigration policies and sort of. the relationship between the united states and mexico has never been closer than it is right now. and as the president said a little while ago people were betting against that they were actually betting against it. but it's never been stronger never been closer to doing tremendous job together we're cherished friends partners and neighbors or cooperation is founded on mutual trust and mutual respect between the 2 of us and between our 2 countries and serbia's president has delayed re-imposing a weekend care if us pot of coronavirus restrictions but that didn't stop thousands from gathering for a 2nd day of protests in belgrade demonstrate is a calling on alexander who choose to resign they blame him for a spike in infection saying he lifted measures too early to hold elections those are the headlines on al-jazeera coming up next it's counting the cost. in india
identity politics on the rise is the construction of budget cuts and loads of the across the country and as a dockside is you do see the grid from his office will not just the him into something more like the team i didn't see of the british football i meet with victims of violence and discover what life is like for minorities in the country join me on my journey in search of india's soul on al-jazeera. hello i'm adrian finighan this is counting the cost of al-jazeera a look at the world of business and economics this week a pandemic decimates millions of jobs and pushes many into extreme poverty could
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