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a missile observers believe that all of us. are still carry this is al jazeera life and also coming up. at france's urges me and mars people to resist acts of revenge during his first public mass there. after years of decline we look at what it will take to spark some life back and zimbabwe's shattered economy plus. i'm joined now in greece where thousands of asylum seekers are stuck in appalling conditions in that camp down there the banner of this island describes it is europe's one time the most. north korea says it has successfully tested its most powerful and a continental ballistic missile yet a weapon it says can reach all of the u.s. mainland so these were the scenes
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a celebration inside north korea where locals were filmed reacting to the news outside though there is the usual round of world condemnation and the u.n. security council is going to hold an emergency meeting later on wednesday so this new missile called fifteen was launched from pyongyang not far from the capital it reached a height of about four and a half thousand kilometers so let's put that in perspective that is ten times higher than the international space station at least for fifty three minutes before crashing into the sea off the coast of japan let's go to al-jazeera kathy novak in seoul south korea's capital so. kathleen was there any warning this was coming what all are we hearing about this. well south korea says it did detect the missile launch before it happened and responded almost immediately with drills of its own south korean armed forces launching live fire drills with its military navy and air force launching three missiles simultaneously at
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a simulated target the message intended for north korea that south korea could take out of the launch site if necessary now north korea as you say is celebrating this launch it says that the new song fifteen missile represents the completion of its weapons development program that this is a much more advanced missile than the i.c.b.m.'s that were launched back in july and for its part south korea has confirmed that it is apparently an advanced form of technology south korea the united states and japan all taking this extremely seriously and condemning in the strongest terms this latest missile launch a show so right that these this happens it happens every few months it clearly seems like their capabilities are escalating and then we get this international reaction what next what do we expect to happen in the in the security council later today. well that's the big question really what can the international
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community do we've heard from the u.s. president donald trump who in the past of course has threatened north korea with fire and fury his response a bit more muted today simply saying that the united states will handle it that it will take care of it he held talks on the phone with both the leaders of south korea and japan that they were all talking about pressing ahead with this campaign of sanctions and pressure that is designed to force north korea back to the negotiating table and send a strong message that the world will not tolerate these kinds of provocations from north korea but for his part the south korean president moon wants to avoid any kind of military action he says that he wants to avoid a situation where there is a miscalculation where the united states perhaps feels forced to launch a preemptive strike against north korea because of course analysts have often said that if that were to happen north korea's response would be to attack this city
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seoul of course the problem is that the campaign of sanctions and pressure hasn't been working there has been a lull in missile testing it had been more than two months since north korea's last missile launch but many analysts had simply put that down to timing it's coming up to winter military training in north korea it's time of year where it tends to not have as many missile launches but now we've seen this new on the most advanced one the yes and often we hear from the u.s. and its allies that it wants to push north korea back to the negotiating table but that denuclearization has to be a precondition for that it seems north korea first of all is not open to negotiating and if it were to come to the table it would insist on doing so as a nuclear state for show ok kathy no that live for us in seoul cathy thank you. our kelly is a professor of political science at south korea's national university he joins us
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right now so professor kelly was it known that north korea had reached this level of capability with with the missile yeah i think it's been known for a while that the north koreans have been sort of on the verge of this each test has been incrementally a little bit better. this one judging from the lofted shot has the ability to go as far as the east coast and we've known this was coming i don't know that we knew that to specific test was going to do it but we don't for a while the north koreans are going in that direction and their tests for greece are regressively reached out further and further and suggest that they could go further and further to be towards washington d.c. and new york so i think there is a fair sense of this with coming i don't think this is a big surprise to anybody why now is there any particular reason for further along the way path for a couple of months and this yeah that's been all over the news here in korea all day right i mean basically since this morning when the started there was this whole debate like what if the seventy five day pause mean and where they're trying to sort of signal something and drug administration one to read that the suggest that
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you know they were afraid. part of me they were afraid of picking a fight while downtrend was here and stuff like that. my guess is that that none of those reasons are correct it's probably something internal it's probably something that has to do with the program the. army they need time to evaluate the telemetry from the last one i don't the north koreans don't really take their cues from the outside world they did they would be doing these kinds of tests a lot of these things respond internal calendars internal bureaucratic pressure so i don't think there's really much for us on the outside to read no and what you just said there that north korea doesn't really take cues from the outside world so if that is the case what is there what reason do they have what incentive do they have to actually come to the negotiating table when north korea is dependent on the outside world for something for subsidization of some kind right. north korea's been. professor. robert kelly no we can't catch your breath there way of all have that happen from time to time are you ok to
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proceed and if not we can certainly check back in with you later ok but professor kelly you better now pardon me the little bugger you know we understand we understand sorry my apologies. i'm north korea's been dependent on external support basically since the one nine hundred sixty s. so north korea has china right now which is the primary supporter of north korea has a certain leverage over the states so they are vulnerable to extreme pressure that doesn't mean they take their cues i think from extra pressure for sort of calendar days but they are they they are susceptible to pressure on. what they need for the missiles what they need to import luxury goods for example televisions alcohol and things like that so i do think that that we can pressure them into making certain choices but i think it's very difficult for us to sort of map particular launch dates to xterm oil pressure exter and all decisions that we've made for overkill i thank you so much for hanging in there with this we appreciate you know don't
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apologize we've all been there thank you for joining us but francis preached a message of forgiveness and for people to avoid revenge during his first public mass and maurice largest city and go a crowd of about one hundred fifty thousand people turned out to see the leader of the catholic church in what is mostly a buddhist nation when he spoke a day earlier pope francis call from we want to respect the rights of all ethnic groups but avoided using the name of the persecuted or. minority so. i knew that many in mean marbury the wounds of violence both visible and invisible the temptation is to respond to these injuries with a worldly wisdom that became in the first reading is deeply flawed so we think that healing can come from anger and revenge yet the way of revenge is not the way of jesus is god tyler has more from. the pope conducting mass here in these grounds to tens of thousands of people christians from across the country
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came here to see the pope and this is the first opportunity to see him first hand before he started the mass he drove through in his popemobile as it's known through the crowd behind me and then he went up to the stage and conducted the mass he also had a short family where there were broad themes like we've heard earlier in this trip on tuesday nothing specifically about the revenge of but he said that this country the people of this country have been victims of anger and wrath that the only way for a future for this country is through peace so again broad terms on how myanmar should go forward coming from also meet on wednesday with leaders of the buddhist religion council he'll be meeting with them and also meet with bishops from the catholic faith and then he'll start his second phase of this trip will go over to bangladesh that's the other side of the range of prices who leave for bangladesh on thursday the next stop us and bangladesh and the tiny catholic community and getting ready to welcome him on thursday some of helper sessions in their homes hoping the pope's
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visit will promote more tolerance for their religion and a muslim majority nation christians make a fewer than one percent of bangladesh's population. yemen now for the former president ali abdullah saleh has outlined his path to peace in the war torn country during a speech in the capital sana. rebels to stop firing rockets at saudi arabia and in return he says the saudi led coalition must end its blockade and raids on yemen the ousted leader who said what the allies says he wants to see all sides work towards mediation. oh well. the first step is a roadmap to stop the war stop the raids and put an end to the blockade the second step we said to the decision makers stop launching rockets at riyadh this is an initiative and after this we can meet in geneva kuwait or amman we are ready for that meanwhile a car bomb has exploded outside the finance ministry offices in yemen's southern port city at least four people have been killed by still has claimed responsibility
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for that blast. a weather check is next then. here for the better or which one is not. a tourist stranded on the resort island of bali. we got some rather cool air across a good part of europe at the moment because. down across the northwest this is the line of the cooler to the north of that i suppose a blind up coming from a northerly direction from the arctic most of the specter of shallow cloud following on behind and that cold air will continue to slide its way further south
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as we go through the next few days even getting as far south as the mediterranean temperatures in london and paris struggling to get to around seven or eight celsius and screaming normally it will feel pretty cold a few showers along the east coast as well so whether that across the mediterranean into central and northern parts of italy and up towards the bow and seizing up of course in all the most part still we're looking at snow in the snow becoming more expensive as we go on through thursday big swathe of snow coming in here heavy rain there for the balkans still cold up towards the northwest coast still actually just five celsius for london and paris is going to feel a good deal cold in that when you add on the strength of the winds that way whether it will make its way into the fall north of africa easing down across northern areas of morocco and algeria as you go on through the next couple of days cold enough here as well algiers with a top temperature of fifteen. right
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. watching out to sara let's pick out the top stories this hour north korea says it
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has successfully tested its most powerful inner continental ballistic missile get a weapon they say can reach all of the u.s. mainland people inside north korea celebrated the news the news proceed global condemnation and security council will hold an emergency meeting later on wednesday . that france's preached and message of forgiveness and its first public mass and myanmar's largest city. and its keynote speech on tuesday france has called for respect for the rights of all ethnic groups but avoided using the name of me and mars persecuted for hench a minority. the man accused of coronating the two thousand and twelve attack on the u.s. diplomatic compound in benghazi has been acquitted of the most serious charges at meadowbrook attala was captured by american forces in two thousand and fourteen u.s. ambassador to libya chris stevens and three other staffers were killed in that attack the reports of the attacks on the state department and cia compounds in benghazi libya on september the eleventh twenty twelve have been
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a rallying point for republicans who accuse them secretary of state hillary clinton of not doing enough and then lying about the incident that led to the death of four americans including ambassador christopher stevens we are misled that there were supposedly protests and then something sprang out of that an assault sprang out of that and that was easily but i'll change that that was not the fair but but the american people could have known that within days and they didn't know with all due respect the fact is we had four dead americans was told that i protested was it because of guys out for a walk one night or decided they'd go kill some americans what difference at this point does it make i'm of the time i was detained in twenty fourteen the government accused him of being a ringleader in the attack prosecutors presented testimony that katon. had called for attacks on americans however his defense lawyers say he was a bystander who arrived on the scene after the attack a point conceded by the prosecution in addition a key prosecution witness was paid seven million dollars for his testimony and
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having been detained in twenty fourteen could tell i was held at sea for almost two weeks his defense lawyers say he was deprived of sleep and had no legal counsel after five days of deliberation the jury found him guilty of one count of conspiracy to provide material support or resources to terrorists one count of providing material support or resources to terrorists one count of maliciously destroying and injuring dwellings and property and placing lives in jeopardy and one count of using and carrying a semiautomatic weapon during a crime of violence but he was acquitted of the federal murder and other charges he faces decades in prison she had. a verdict is due at the hague in the case of six convicted of war crimes are committed to one thousand nine hundred ninety four and herzegovina the political and military officials were finally sentenced to a total of one hundred eleven years in prison this is the final appeal case the
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court will rule on but as david schaper reports from divisions of the past ethnic groups. the old bridge of must stop built by the ottomans in the sixteenth century one of the priceless architectural casualties of the war in bosnia its wanton destruction is included in the list of indictments against the bosnian croat defendants in the last major case being heard in the international criminal tribunals for the former yugoslavia in the hague now painstakingly restored to its former glory it's become you know esko world heritage site and is visited by tens of thousands of tourists every year. but the very reverse still marks a front line twenty two years after the war ended close by the city's main academy has also been renovated the neo morris building houses two schools under one roof mostly in muslims and bosnian croat it's being taught in different
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languages and different versions of history and different. it is a human rights lawyer whose daughter went to the school he won his court case against the local authorities demanding a unified curriculum but nothing has changed. with the muster municipal court decided in its final judgement that they were discriminating against children by organizing the educational system and the curricula by ethnic principals thereby separating children. in bosnia and herzegovina we should all study our history the same history we must not compromise anybody's integrity or language everyone has a right to religion and places to pray this right must be guaranteed but when it comes to school curricula i think many changes coming made so we can study the same ones. in the wake of a war that killed one hundred thousand people the idea of two schools under one
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roof was devised by the organization for security and cooperation in europe to try and start reintegration but it's simply cementing the divisions what we have is a situation where you have multiple curricula you have multiple instructors separate administrations all divided along along ethnic lines and that frankly. and to me personally is is a long term threat to the security and stability of the country. as a lot it's the butcher of bosnia completes the first week of the rest of his life in prisons one experience commentator the genocide observed a bitter truth. he would at least have the satisfaction of knowing his mission. was accomplished. this city's iconic bridge may stretch across the ethnic divide here but the truth is the division between them as deep as. david
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al-jazeera must stop the warders news agency is supporting a senior saudi prince has been released after more than three weeks in detention of a corruption charges. then was reportedly freed after reaching what officials called an acceptable settlement agreement is reported to have paid more than one billion dollars the tab who was the national guard minister is the son of the late king abdullah and was once considered a contender for the throne. as well as international airport is about to reopen his ass from a rumbling volcano has shifted away tens of thousands of tourists were stranded on the indonesian resort island where eruptions have kept the airport shut for nearly three days and smoke from out a gong have reached a height of more than seven and a half kilometers scientists say it's hard to know if this level of activity will carry on for weeks or whether they'll be a major eruption so it was and has more from now gone. i'm going to i'll go my mt i
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will miss completely confident clouts at the moment the weather has been very bad here in the area was a psycho loon actually an old for that has changed the direction of the wind going to the west now so all the ash the ash that's been erupting from the volcano for the last couple of days is now going to a different direction also has rocks up to four kilometers has been thrown out also a crater but so far life i has yet to wrap from the volcano mock maya is already building up inside a crater up to the to the highest level and you can actually see the pressure building up and the premis were recorded on tuesday which actually according to folks on a lot focus on the largest say that this is an over option that could be very imminent a very big eruption but the problem with this volcano is that there are no scientific data of the latest a very major eruption here in one thousand nine hundred sixty three so it's very
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unpredictable at the time actually there was a the very very tall eruption of opcodes then kilometer so a lot of people are very rohit about this and that's why the authorities are saying that the whole area has to be cleared of people and their capital and at the moment though still a few people are quite reluctant to leave actually refugees stuck on the great guyland of lesbos face the harsh winter conditions inside the main government run campbell only barely meeting their basic needs and the right government says it's not getting enough help from the e.u. conditions are so bad the island's mayor describes lesbos as they want taught him obey of europe china whole reports. all need to be in the business bullsh the evenings to cold. most of the roughly ten thousand refugees and migrants stuck on the island live in the bleak confines of moriah camp no matter what they know. no food no food food no good. moria
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is stretched way beyond capacity its occupants come from a dozen countries it's a prison it's not like a prison but it's a prison because you don't go nowhere was no no no no. no if you look. inside this heavily fortified former army base families live rough. children breathe in daily lungfuls of wood smoke and bed down with no more than a sheet of tarpaulin to protect them from the hard. no say tent for she cannot break in here my son seeking in hospital cannot mistaking in the tent this bill is not so why don't some drivers die in the. sun to voters in what is called ali. they are free to come and go but cannot
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leave the island a deal struck between the e.u. and turkey last year to halt the flow of refugees to europe has left the greek government with the heavy burden of looking after those caught in the middle this is an extraordinary situation for people to find themselves in it is as if they have just literally escaped war or some awful disaster but this is a permanent camp many of them have been here for months and months in the care of an european government it feels more like a government that couldn't care less only the ministry only the meanest the governor of course is a government case or to make a case that the make a case to government. stop rosmead oh yeah nice works with volunteers and the island's municipality running a very different kind of camp it's also stretched beyond capacity but here people smile children sing songs and go to school it's everything the greek government's
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response to this crisis is not a river. in the hills above morea three young men from book you know fast look down on what the island's mayor has cooled europe's guantanamo bay if this is safety and freedom they must be starting to wonder why they came don't know how al-jazeera lesbos greece u.s. president donald trump is considering when and how to move the u.s. embassy in israel from tel aviv to jerusalem as president mike pence revealed a plan letter that from reading the seventieth anniversary of un spoke for the partition of palestine that paved the way for the creation of the state of israel leaving the embassy will anger arab states and palestinians who claim part of for islam as the capital of a future palestinian state donald trump's pick to be the chairman of the u.s. federal reserve drum pal says he believes on making regulations can be rolled back
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he made the remarks during his senate confirmation hearing he says he believes regulations passed in the wake of the two thousand and eight financial crisis have made the financial system stronger and now it's time to look at loosening some of those rules also gave his prediction on us and rates. we expect interest rates to rise somewhat further and the size of our balance sheet to gradually shrink however while we endeavor to make the path of policy as predictable as possible the future cannot be known with certainty so we must retain the flexibility to adjust our policies in response to economic developments above all even as we draw on the lessons of the past we must be prepared to respond decisively and with appropriate force to new and unexpected threats to our nation's financial stability and economic prosperity. the long list of problems facing zimbabwe's new president most are growing the economy is number one and robert mugabe's roles and bobby went from
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a regional powerhouse to the brink of catastrophe and as emerson and not like gets to gets to work people are doubtful that anything will change soon and your sentiments are parts of harare. manufacturing industry like every aspect of zimbabwe's economy is on its knees and emanuel chimedza is under pressure. ask him what president clinton got was a new cabinet should prioritize the list is long with investment and jobs at the top since two thousand and warm he's had to lose half of his work and to stay afloat he's diversifying and taking on small contracts. he hardly needs a reminder of hyperinflation and the national currency that's long gone but things haven't got any better a very stressful when you come to the end of the month you need it don't even need to make sure that these guys that would sell out if you can not even to predict the next ten days from now what are you going to be doing parts of
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a derelict industrial landscape ziska still works is one of many states and companies that's gone bankrupt. that means this firm now has to import steel. and it's galvanizing business using molten sink to coat steel is a big loss maker this company galvanises fifty metric tons of steel pump month just to breakeven it needs to do three hundred tons a month it's remarkable this company manages to stay afloat this man believes he could start to fix things opposition politician tendai biti finance minister in the national unity government from two thousand and nine to two thousand and thirteen we trust to drop by the mugabe and created a monster so we can trust the as an m.p. of him in one else i'm talking about a transitional process an inclusive transitional process in the respect of which
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key people including in particular morgan tsvangirai so could zanu p.f. take the boxes on demands from western powers to attract investment by including opposition figures in its government they should not bored out their own business community by giving them wrong advice about taking those boxes we would take them ourselves we would be created a new migs and i would be more do democratic nation period emanuel chimedza wants to believe that statement if things don't change soon he only has to take a look down the road to see what the future holds. hundreds simmons' al-jazeera harare. all right we'll continue to cover all the developments out of zimbabwe as well as the latest missile launch from north korea this at our web site it's al-jazeera to talk all.
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these are your headlines on al-jazeera right now north korea says it has successfully tested its most powerful and our continental ballistic missile get left and they say can reach all of the u.s. mainland people inside north korea celebrated the news the news received global condemnation the u.n. security council will hold an emergency meeting later on wednesday the man accused of coronating me two thousand and twelve attack on the u.s. diplomatic compound in benghazi libya has been acquitted of the most serious charges of metal bogota lois found guilty of conspiracy but acquitted on murder charges u.s. ambassador to libya chris stevens and three other staffers were killed in that attack car bomb has exploded outside the finance ministry offices and yemen's southern port city aden at least four people have been killed eisel has claimed responsibility. pope francis has preached a message of forgiveness in his first public mass in me in mars largest city young girl and
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a crowd of one hundred fifty thousand people turned out to see the pontiff in the predominantly buddhist nation during his keynote speech the day earlier pope francis call for respect for the rights of all ethnic groups but avoided using the name the me and mars persecuted retention minority who. i knew that many of you mean marbury the wounds of violence both visible and invisible the temptation is to respond to these injuries with the worldly wisdom that will make the king in the first reading is deeply flawed so we think that healing can come from anger and revenge yet the way of preventing is not the way of jesus before the warders news agency is reporting a senior saudi prince has been released after more than three weeks and detention over corruption charges president ha been a support really frayed after reaching what officials call and acceptable settlement agreement he's reported to have paid more than one billion dollars ellis international airport is about to reopen as ash from a rumbling volcano has shifted away tens of thousands of tourists were stranded on
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the indonesian resort island where abruption had kept the airport shut for nearly three days and smoke from out a gun have reached a height of more than seven and a half kilometers he posted on that and those are the headlines news continues right here on al-jazeera after inside story that are. news has never been more what i think but the message is simplistic and misinformation is rife listening post provides a critical counterpoint challenging mainstream media narrative at this time on al-jazeera. controversy in greece over an arms deal to saudi arabia the government of prime minister is accused of failing to follow proper procedures but how is the weapons trade regulated and is this dispute politically motivated this is inside story.


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