tv NEWS LIVE - 30 Al Jazeera September 26, 2017 11:00am-11:33am AST
tagg know at this time on al-jazeera. in the aftermath of civil war peace and reconciliation i remember sitting in the absence of justice. people in power chilling testimonies of atrocities suggesting dorothy had failed to conduct full and proper investigations that could help heal resentment inflicted by conflict. partial justice at this time on al-jazeera. a palestinian gunman a shot and killed three israeli security personnel in the occupied west bank the gunman has also been shot dead.
hello i'm adrian for the get this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up fears that north korea is boosting its defenses after a weekend fly over by u.s. bombers. refugees are moved from an australian run prison camp to the u.s. under a controversial resettlement plan. and they've escaped violence and mayhem are now the hinge of children putting their experiences into pictures. three members of the israeli security forces have been killed and one injured in a shooting at an israeli settlement in the occupied west bank the palestinian gunman was shot dead israeli media say that he opened fire after arriving with palestinian laborers at the settlement of. near jerusalem lived out to that settlement of just outside it al-jazeera is harry force it is there harry what more can you tell us about what happened. well we're here in the occupied west bank just
a couple of hundred meters away from the entrance to the settlement of har dyer which you can see just on the hill behind us the entrance itself is where this took place just before seven o'clock local time so about four hours ago now and as you say the attacker was among a group of palestinian workers he is he was said to be a thirty seven year old man from the nearby village of beit syriac and he had a work permit we understand and during the course of the lining up to get into the settlement he rouse suspicions according to israeli police he was challenged by which point he drew a. hand weapon a pistol from inside his clothing and opened fire three israeli security forces members were shot dead a fourth security guard understood to be a resident of the settlement was injured and the target himself was shot and killed what's been the reaction from the israeli government to this. well the
israeli president's rivlin has called this a cruel act of terror the deputy foreign minister has called this a palestinian welcome for jason green black the u.s. envoy who just arrived yesterday for his latest round of talks with both sides she was saying that this demonstrates the inability of israel to try to seek peace with the palestinians at times when attacks like this are being carried out how mass on the other hand has welcomed this as showing the centrality of jerusalem which is just a very short drive from here to the palestinian resistance struggle the palestinian authority which is in charge in areas of the west bank it says that this kind of thing is simply a response to the crimes of the israelis and that that israel bears responsibility for attacks like these israeli military is here in force and has gone into the village of beit the home of the attacker we understand that village has been sealed
off people are telling us that some ten israeli military jeeps have entered the village so far no confrontations though very many thanks very force there live from the occupied west bank. iraq refusing to hold talks with the kurdish regional government about the results of monday's controversial independence vote the iraqi prime minister has called the referendum on the constitutional. bridge the end of the pole is expected to produce a comfortable win for the campaign but the result is. let's take you live to the capital of iraq's kurdistan region a bill. yesterday's historic and some might say defiant. in the light of all the criticism today.
because. well. happen any time soon and i think when they start this will be because of international pressure. and then you have a military threats that have come out of baghdad. for example taking over international borders of this region as parliament voted yesterday prime minister to retake the disputed areas currently under the kurdish forces nothing has happened yet but people do expect some some consequences. of what happens next you talk about negotiations and. talking about
negotiations iraq's government saying no way we're not entering into to negotiations you talk about international pressure where is that going to come from the u.s. was against this from the stop to. well yes. against this referendum from the. timing of the referendum but there's also another reality and . for that one. at the moment for example how we. consider to be the last stronghold of. in this country is happening in the. province and without cooperation between. it's very difficult for that offensive to be successful and actually before the referendum there was a joint statement coming out from those both sides saying. that security cooperation between them you have to bear in mind for example that there's
many thanks. to science that north korea is preparing to carry out its value to shoot down any u.s. bomb of that enters its space south korea's yonhap news agency says that the north is boosting its defenses by deploying fighter jets along its east coast north korea's foreign minister has accused the us president donald trump of declaring war after days of escalating tension kathy novak reports from seoul. as he left his hotel heading out of new york north korea's foreign minister read young ho addressed reporters. last weekend trump claimed that at leadership wouldn't be around much longer and ends at last he declared a war no country or do you guys the more that given the fact this comes from someone who is currently holding the seat of the united states presidency this is clearly a declaration of war his latest comments go further than his address to the u.n. general assembly just two days earlier and he was clearly responding to president trump's tweet after that speech in which he referred to little rocket men and
warned they may not be around much longer but the white house dismissed his suggestion it was a declaration of war. we've not declared war on north korea and frankly the suggestion of that is absurd. real also referred to a u.s. show of force which took place just before he spoke on saturday u.s. fighter jets and b. one bombers flying close to north korea's eastern coast but still over international waters. since the u.s. declared war in our country we will have every right to make ken a measures including the right to shoot down the united states strategic bombers even when they're not yet inside the airspace of our country right it's never appropriate for a country to shoot down another country's aircraft when it's over international waters our goal is still the same we continue to seek the peaceful the nuclearization of the korean peninsula in a briefing to south korea's parliamentary intelligence committee the national
intelligence service said north korea did not take any countermeasures in response to that flight of u.s. bombers but has since moved planes and beefed up the fences along the east coast it said the u.s. military disclosed the flight path because the north koreans apparently didn't detect the aircraft and what is the use of a show of force if the target doesn't realize it's happening. south korea is putting a strong emphasis on a peaceful solution there cannot be another war on the korean peninsula. the consequences would be devastating not just for the korean peninsula but for northeast asia and indeed the international community south korean intelligence reports that soldiers on the opposite side of the border have been ordered to report to higher commands before taking any action suggesting that despite its tough talk north korea would also prefer to avoid confrontation kathy novak al jazeera soul. we'll get a weather update next here on al-jazeera then mexican authorities say there is
little hope now that anyone else will be found alive following last week's earthquake plus. i'm down with wind the rain here of why we're now the production and sale of marijuana is legal the stigma attached to it is disappearing the problems still remain. from flowing i mean when it's too enchanting does it please you are. there still plenty of shells around in southern europe satellite reveals and quite happily and this really got a long way no us but they're not the violent thunderstorms we had even a week ago but they've always see white top clouds and extend a back to sodden year as well the reason being well the feet of air is quite different you've got this area of high pressure from the circulation which means cold air is coming down through western russia reggie speaking thirty degrees in
moscow against the warmth of the water the black sea in the aegean that just tends to push up big clouds and exactly what's happening in macedonia and in greece throughout tuesday and probably wednesday as well and then the even warmer water that's right in print bigger showers and probably thunderstorms at least for a day or so maybe in sardinia and corsica but they also disappear will head south towards sicily then this whole area of central eastern europe is a rather drier affair eventually these cold a cold dry air has one and nothing much else to talk about except the feed from the south giving it warms to paris and london the next day or so that's the size of all this we see a lot of cloud recently along the coast of mauritania and morocco and it has given spotty rain is the wet time the ever martina the last great deal of cloud. the weather sponsored by qatar and race. i just want to make sure all of our audience is on the same page whether online to produce to us citizens here and what
puts people of iraq by one and the same or if you join us on say i was never put a file then look at differently because i'm dr going all the people that i'm a watch is a dialogue tweet us with hash tag a.j. stream and one of their pitches might make the next show join the global conversation at this time on al-jazeera. again let's take a moment to want to remind you of the top stories now sirrah three members of the israeli security forces have been killed and one injured and a shooting at a jewish settlement in the occupied west bank palestinian gunman was also shot.
hundreds of kurds are celebrating the end of a controversial independence vote in iraq the procession campaign is expected to win the non-binding vote comfortably. and there are signs the north korea is preparing to carry out its vowed to shoot down any u.s. bomber that enters its airspace and south korea's yonhap news agency says the pyongyang is deploying fighter jets to coast. the first refugees to be resettled under a controversial agreement between between australia and the us have flown out of papua new guinea on their way to the united states the group of more than twenty men has been straining run prison camp on minus island the resettlement deal was organized when barack obama was president but it's been criticized by u.s. president donald trump the attention the detention center silent is due to close in a week but the immigration spokesman for the australian greens party says that
there's still uncertainty around what will happen to the remaining refugees that. there are still hundred men on menace all and and over four hundred men women and children. who really have no idea what is going to happen to them in the future of benjamin a solemn toss of spark into a lot of astride his political prisoners and i do not hope for the future because they've heard so many times in the past and had that hope completely destroyed and once you've done that a few times it becomes much more difficult. to engage in hype for the future so the question for the australian government entities a question for the australian government not the popular new guinea government not the narrow in government but the astroland government is what is the future for these people because they cannot simply be left to weiss to y. and rot on man us all and which appears apart from the us steel to be the only
future that i can expect a quarter of a million muslims children have fled me and mohsin to the latest outbreak of violence began a month ago many more crossed the border into bangladesh daily many alone many have nothing some refuse to speak about what they've seen instead they draw pictures as nicholas hochul poems there are moments children best describe using markers and pencils moments too difficult to put in words like when mary and saw men in uniform slashed the throat of her friend's miriam's friend i will not talk about the moment they set her house on fire with their parents inside me more sensing suchi may deny there's been an ethnic cleansing the ten year old john a draw is a different picture. i was in my high when they grabbed my mother she was screaming they hit her and force themselves on her then they shot her in front of me. these are satellite images of the children's home collected on september sixteenth now
look at it we can later. and this the international accuses me and more security forces of a scorched earth campaign on a mass scale no independent observers or journalist have been allowed into the range of villages this is as close as we can get to the right kind state where an ethnic cleansing is currently happening just moments ago we saw villages burned in the distance mean more security forces have put up barbed wire fencing and planted land mines on the border the general in charge of this clearing operation says that all its citizens are welcome back to me and more except ranges who are considered illegal immigrants by young gone almost half a million people now live in sprawling villages made out of bamboo and plastic sheeting bangladesh hasn't seen such mass movement of people since its war of independence in one thousand seventy one they too have beefed up patrols on the border and deployed the army. normally our orders are to not allow ro hinge in but
given their suffering our government has told us to look after them bangladeshi soldiers patrol the camps without arms so as to not frighten the refugees they come here traumatized afraid unable to hide their pain nicholas hawk al jazeera could a problem count. the head of mexico's search and rescue effort says that it's now unlikely that any more survivors will be found following last week's seven point one magnitude earthquake more than three hundred people died when dozens of buildings collapsed heidi jocasta reports. the sign reads adrian you are a warrior your family is waiting the twenty six year old had just started his job in human resources two weeks before the earthquake he was working on the fourth floor of this office building when it collapsed i spoke with his family two days ago when his brother expressed optimism his d.v.m.
would believe that he is fine that he would get out of this would not problem here will be rescued but now after a week of waiting their faces show anguish the families the police have understandably no longer want to give interviews i did speak with a mother off camera with tears in her eyes were asked what would be the news she says in the early days they spoke with the press hoping it would bring resources to the rescue but now that it's time for every she says they just feel joy. the family's vigil continues at the makeshift camp as more bodies were pulled out overnight still some forty names remain on the list of the missing. i mean is it i like the family wish we could work faster but they must understand the risks we have to weigh the risks against the possibility of reaching possible survivors
meanwhile donation centers once packed with volunteers who stood shoulder to shoulder have been doubt much of mexico city is returning to school or work but for these families desperate for a miracle life may never be the same. castro al-jazeera mexico city. u.s. president donald trump says that puerto rico is in deep trouble after being hit by hurricane maria the response comes five days after the hurricane devastated the u.s. territory leaving more than three million people without basic necessities trump made the comment on twitter which some puerto rican say is devoid of empathy ten thousand federal workers carrying out search and rescue missions and supplying food and water have been deployed to puerto rico. donald trump's role with the national football league shows no sign of ending f.l. players coaches and even some owners have joined in protests against the president's attack on players who nelse during the national anthem rob reynolds
points. president donald trump's feud with professional american football players moved from stadiums on sunday to the u.s. capitol on monday to step what he said about these men. and what they are doing these mostly like men but also like. they use the term. as the being. is beneath. should be the need the mits of the president of the united states of america the dispute began last year when san francisco quarterback collin capper nick initially refused to stand while the anthem was played capper nick said he was protesting police brutality and the killings of african-americans by police officers yet that son of a. last week trump used a vulgar epithet to denounce players who also refused to stand during the song
urged team owners to summarily fire them and then called on fans to boycott games of teams that refused to do so but on sunday hundreds of players either refused to stand linked arms in solidarity or declined to come on the field until the anthem was over people say it's encouraging patriotic but it's unpatriotic of the president not respecting our right players in other sports also knelt during the anthem several team owners voiced support for players exercising their right of free speech as did democrats in congress people are forgetting like khalid happening did it from the beginning it was not to be disrespectful of the flag or of america it was about first amendment rights. so people being killed in the street black and brown the white house fired back it's always appropriate for the president of this country to promote our flag to promote our national anthem and
ask people to respect it some football fans saw the quarrel as an unnecessary distraction we're here to see a game that's what we're trying to do just watch a sporting event you know from our everyday lives and just relax and have a good time the anthem also known as the star-spangled banner was written in eighteen fourteen to celebrate a victory over invading british forces near baltimore it was made the official national anthem in one thousand nine hundred thirty one it celebrates the american flag which plays an outsized role in the u.s. compared with most other countries and a patriotic symbol those symbols are meant to promote unity but they are now tokens of division further incited by a president who seems to revel in controversy robert oulds al jazeera two months ago europe wide became the first country in the world to legalize the production and sale of marijuana more people than expected registered as official
bias and sales have shot up but now the industry is facing a threat that no one could have predicted the reports from the capital montevideo. this is nothing new it's just that mary won there is now after a long campaign totally legal in europe why the business has been booming we think that the risk is worth. the risk of the final result that been be. respect for their citizens the right to love. the do have a plant on the sea of their houses and the smoke that if they want. each registered user can buy up to forty grams a month from their local pharmacy but you know guys banks are now threatening to close the accounts of those pharmacies selling the drug stopping they use of plastic cards they say they're under pressure from u.s. banks which by u.s. law cannot trade with any company linked to the illegal drug industry. we see
an absurd situation there your financial situation is being penalized with strong legislation which is not in place in canada or the u.s. but this has nothing to do with drug trafficking it's totally legal europe why says the u.s. has got it wrong there mary on our industry is now legal delegation has been to the u.s. to put their case where the industry is looking at selling outside the bank system . system is now strongly regulated very controlled the state is heavily involved so that's why we feel it will be easy to show that we have nothing to do with drug trafficking or money laundering business is being done illegal enterprises controlled by the state. he says pharmacies a queuing up to sell marijuana but the financial obstacles have been removed this is normal and this legal as growing tomatoes a backroom backstreet industry is emerging from the shadows and taking its place in
mainstream europe one society those involved say there's no going back to. europe one uses say legalization has seen the illegal drug trade reduced or the stigma attached to marijuana is receding. now you show you going into a business premises which is open to the public so now you're not in danger. the move still has opponents both here and abroad but you know why is growers and smokers similarly want to use is now so normal many a wondering what all the fuss was about that shrine al-jazeera montevideo. the spanish government is continuing its efforts to block an independence referendum in catalonia on october the first prime minister mariano hall is due to hold talks with u.s. president donald trump at the white house later on tuesday catalan leaders meanwhile have been trying to get international support with little success so far the issue
of sharply divided opinion in urban as well as rural areas call penholder pulls. the shepherds wandering the mountain past his independence is a way of life. a life shaped less by politics much more by a hard working dog and the changing seasons. will he do to the strong will and you have to take the good with the bad always moving forward. he's more comfortable speaking the catalan language than spanish his jaw has passed down generations fathers to sons but he's wary about catalonia breaking away from spain he fears spanish government farm subsidies would be can't but. the price of animal feed has gone up a meat prices have dropped we need a solution it's
a thin line between profit or loss. down the valley loyalties run clear the mediæval bridge in public they lead draped in independents colors would you feel better castles is a former miner he now spends time growing vegetables or hunting mushrooms a most cattle and past time. he says his neighbors are divided and is uncertain whether a majority actually favors independent. but he harbors no doubts and one date is deeply etched on his identity. everybody knows that's the day when catalonia lost its independence to french troops we want to recover that but it will be very difficult when you step into these stone villages the language is different the culture is different even the food is different you really feel like you've stepped into another country. as the yacht of the new york has been home to the orioles family for hundreds of years dominique runs
a shop stacked with local delicacies she reveals to me the secret ingredient of the cattle and spirit. it's something you have on your skin something you have in your heart it's a feeling it's not a material thing it's pride in our flag and our anthem and going across the world and saying i'm glad. that deep pride is now driving a dream for some that catalonia can take back control of its destiny. past the yacht of the new book spain. good to have you with us adrian from getting here in doha the top stories on al-jazeera three members of the israeli security forces have been killed and one injured at a shooting at a jewish settlement in the occupied west bank the palestinian gunman was shot dead
harry forces has more from the heart settlement the attacker was among a group of palestinian workers he is he was said to be a thirty seven year old man from the nearby village of beit syriac and he had a work permit we understand and during the course of the lining up to get into the settlement he rouse suspicions according to israeli police he was challenged by which point he drew a. hand weapon a pistol from inside his clothing and opened fire. hundreds of kurds of celebrated the end of a controversial independence votes in iraq the pro session campaign is expected to win comfortably but iraq is refusing to hold talks with the kurdish regional government. there are signs that north korea is preparing to carry out its vow to shoot down any u.s. bomber that enters its airspace south korea's yonhap news agency says that pyongyang is deploying fighter jets on its east coast the first refugees to be
resettled under a controversial agreement between australia and the u.s. have flown out of papua new guinea on their way to the united states a group of more than twenty men has been in a stray and run prison camp on man a silent resettlement deal was organized when barack obama was president however it's been criticized by current u.s. president donald trump more refugees will be moved from a camp all now rule to the u.s. in coming days u.s. president donald trump says that puerto rico is in deep trouble after being hit by oregon maria the response comes five days after the hurrican devastated the u.s. territory leaving more than three million people without basic necessities trump made the comments on twitter that's raised criticism from puerto ricans who say that they were devoid of empathy ten thousand federal workers carrying out search
and rescue missions and supplying food and water have been deployed to puerto rico there's the headlines i'll be back with more news for you on al-jazeera right after the stream next. facing reality your president said that there would be a complete audit a hundred percent audit that audit hasn't happened getting to the heart of the matter so are you saying then that the future of the. here the story. at this time. first country to fully lies recreational marijuana but it's already a major stumbling block that's right u.s. banks have said they won't work with banks in europe why.