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here to jerusalem bureau covered israeli palestinian affairs we cover this story with a lot of internet normal to recover includes that we don't dip in and out of this story we have a presence here all the time apart from being a cameraman it's also very important to be a journalist to know the story very well before going into the fields covering the united nations and global diplomacy for al-jazeera english is pretty incredible this is where talks happening and what happens there matters. hello i'm down with a quick reminder of the top stories here on al-jazeera excuse me a russian lead poisoned fighting in the syrian rebel held on top of eastern ghouta has been reportedly violated hours after coming into effect both sides up blaming each other the world health organization says more than a thousand sick and wounded people are on an evacuation list so hot as more from
beirut. there was a little violence artillery shells hitting two airstrikes targeting two towns but there were no civilian deaths the five hour pause in the fighting undoubtedly is not a permanent lasting cease fire that is what the people of eastern the whole told want it is what the people of eastern with are demanding the u.n. security council meeting on saturday through to a resolution calling for a thirty day truth a little violence and an hour from now that five hour temporary lull in the fighting and we're expecting bob argument to resume it really has been ten days of hell really for the people of more than five hundred fifty people killed thousands injured in an enclave which is you under siege the russian military accusing the rebels of targeting and evacuation poor doric that they set up so that civilians can leave the enclave the rebels of course denying this saying that that we are not preventing civilians from leaving but we understand from talking to people inside eastern no one wants to leave because they're too scared where are they going to go
to they're going to have to cross into government controlled territories what the security guarantees do they have that they will not be arrested or sent to prison so civilians too scared to leave most of them are telling us that ok after the five hour truce is it legitimate to start killing us again or do they just want us to leave our homes so the choice is death or displacement. dean lives in duma that's inside east and he says the assault on the area has continued despite the pause there was a fighting deadline. we hear that. buildings this firing we expect to. maybe. about even that there is mortals in. that. matters and.
how we can trust this regime that is selling gas and a bomb being gassed for the for the for the last five years how between a night and a day. shelling near the night. truce and. humanitarian cross for the eastern goods and the morning we are. we. want the united nation sober of the surprise this truth not the regime and the reason for the. saudi arabia's king salmon has replaced top military commanders in a shake up of the kingdom's defense ministry official reason was given for the overhaul but it comes as the country faces growing criticism over the war in yemen saudi led coalition of supporting pro-government forces fighting the rebels backed by iran. south korean prosecutors are demanding
a thirty year prison sentence for the deposed president at a corruption trial party and he denies bribery abuse of power and collection was impeached last year because of a food scandal involving business leaders north korea has confirmed it will send athletes to next month's paralympics and south korea that's according to local media representatives from both countries met in the truce village. to discuss the logistics of north hundred fifty people including athletes and supporters seoul is trying to use the pm china games to open up dialogue between north korea and the us . so that's because new presidents serum opposed has announced thirty changes in a cabinet reshuffle after and reappointed government ministers sacked by the former leader jacob zuma they include former finance minister pravin gordhan who is the new public enterprise minister zuma as ex-wife was also appointed from a post old soap has promised what he calls a new dawn to fight corruption but as the headlines the news continues here on
a devastating military attack on the gaza strip. over the course of fifty one days is ready to drop twenty thousand tons of explosives on goza the densely populated area and the size of the delphia. killing over two thousand palestinians moving tens of thousands more. the overwhelming majority of these casualties were civilians the strip of land is being bombarded from the sea and land israel launched at least one hundred sixty strikes on the gaza strip. and there's one less hospital in gaza now israel today latin want for hospital. the sheer scale of the attacks boat outrage and come to. our let's take you live to moscow now where the russian foreign minister sergei lavrov is holding a joint news conference with his french counterpart. let's listen to what they have to say. just as you read this old. school floatable account
on the takings in the. meeting of. french dialogue which was initiated last year when president putin visited we hope very much that this will make a major contribution to. relations between france and russia in all areas we also noted the continuing. increase in trade between our two countries and we confirmed our determination to increase that we haven't just finished also the exchange years. of a cultural program between russia and france and next month the french language and literature russian language and literature festival will begin and this will entail lots of exchanges and we have very much of this will take place in
the beginning of their story in the middle of march we also talked about syria syria of course we said that we were absolutely in favor of the. resumption of peace transition arrangements based on sovereignty and territorial integrity. dated by french colleague on the results of the sochi congress of syrian national dialogue and all that on the basis of the un twenty two fifty four i told him about the. outcome of that and a concluding statement. as they transition the political transition in syria under the aegis of the un of course and in that we stress of course the. mutual understanding with the syrian
government which implies consensus with all the syrian parties involved. we have very much that. the resolution will. help to alleviate the humanitarian position in syria we are satisfied by the results of the congress because. it also. comprised observers from. seeing france as well as syrian opposition parties which. we also examined other issues on the international agenda. both france and russia. dialogue regularly on with the settlement for the eastern ukraine and they formatters normandy former. presidents exchanged
telephone calls on that issue and he was also discussed at the recent munich security conference. but i think that the actual meeting between a president because of various timetables will only happen later as we were hoping it happened before. yes. the we also talked about the possibility of talking with. a framework of a nonexistent so far anyway nato russia council. particularly with regard to. security on syria. but we also talked about libya iraq the middle east and we also. that we would continue
that kind of discussion in that framework i'll give the floor now to. thank you very much sergey. when you. came today to moscow. this is the third time in fact. that i have come to moscow since i took over minister of foreign affairs and i must say that ever since the beginning of president. mandate. russia is marked by regularity and frankness and also our both trying to find specific solutions to converge on various positions and it's in that spirit that we work together we. also had discussions about our bilateral relations as sergey has just mentioned way talked about the implementation of that triano dialogue to reinforce relations
between our civil societies and we also talked about the president of the france's visit in may of this year to moscow and also his participation in the st petersburg economic forum we also talked about the cultural necronomicon agenda. and. already made reference to that in my opening statement we also discussed the situation in syria. of course we developed a discussion in three areas on that issue common objectives. the specific implementation of un a c r two four zero one and the outlook for progress and the appraisals of peace transition movement there are a number of objectives which are common to us on syria and which the president of the republic mentions regular first of all the importance of combating terrorism
should priority. then looking for a political solution under the aegis of the un so the country retrieve some kind of stability then the. need to avoid. degeneration of the conflict into a regional crisis and the common determination to maintain seventeen unity or for syria within its present frontiers and the need also to get all parties concerned to dialogue including president bashar al assad to get some kind of agreement agreement on the need for that. afterwards we talked about the specific implementation of un s e r twenty four zero one which we voted to gather. it provides
for a humanitarian truce sustainable one for thirty days to allow the delivery of humanitarian assistance and if i creation of the wounded. and you spoke at length on the way. this truce could be implemented. it should be efficient. effective. we. have put on the table for specific. proposals with regard to humanitarian assistance so we will continue talking about the first one is. that we have to get the various players to accept the truth and the three groups. concerned. and another one which i have
just written to the sector general of the united nations to accept the syrian troops and the regime of bashar assad has also accepted it he has put that in writing. secondly the second point. that i think would be very expedient to. address is. to allow the five united nations assistance convoys to get through which has been referred to recently president putin in his message to the un and. as from now. the russian defense minister. has made. a statement
saying that there is a. some progress here because. he is prepared to open up a corridor of five was there cause they. resolution talked about the truce lasting all day. and. we have very much that all the presidents are and will actually support this first measure so that it can be extended to a third point is to make sure that those who are in critical medical situation can be evacuated as much as possible giving priority to the children of course and we also expressed the wish that. clarity should be brought to the situation for all over the party is going to turn to. as for the political process we hope very much that this process will be
implemented it is absolutely indispensable essential and there is a possibility of taking a benefiting from this. for doing that. provided that it is all done constitutionally constitutionally. and as much as this is there are the conditions for. forming a new constitution and to make sure that the body which implements it. representative and effective this is an indispensable condition. set by the un so there should be sustainable peace in syria questions french t.v. . you should've you know it was
a session with. the young and mr lavrov we saw that the humanitarian truce which was implemented yesterday by mr shogo the russian foreign . defense minister has been breached already this morning so obviously i think this does this not show the limitations of russian influence on mr bashar assad's regime well i just now said that the invitation of the five hours truce is a real. step forward and i think that does credit to the russian initiative it's a stage obviously and it is important that everybody respects that so as to avoid a humanitarian catastrophe if it wasn't in place it's a first step in the on the way to further steps and we recognize and acknowledge
that. well we. did talk about that and i would like to. advise my french. french press corps to. get his facts absolutely right. before asking questions like this. the fishbowl representative of the white house in the u.s. mr and expressed the situation more or less in the same words that the truce is not working because the government is shelling. rebel troops in eastern time and mr bush erik stated that unfortunately violations of the good true saw still taking place because we go to rebel forces shelling damascus so that is
a more or less literal quotation. we would like to express the hope also that those who represent the opposition. will bear responsibility also for reconciling themselves to the. u.n. security council resolution. i have just has just talked about the three forces in the opposition which are prepared to support the truce let's see how it goes whether they really are prepared the justice. system my question is do you have good days even if it's just been my to see scrupulous you know when you got on the ball it appeared that nothing was going to be. three of. your organizations are prepared to support
the. troops yes the media to what extent do you think that this resolution is actually will lead to a truce might. and it is going to france what kind of. western undertaking in order to secure evacuations of the class nature of that because that is. right and there's the whole question of chemical weapons and the red lines which president micron talked about and if this is crossed and france would retaliate. if it is the same kind of red line for terrorists and for. well as far as the first part of that question addressed to me is concerned. i will try not to agree with the. trash slams by.
saying that as you know twenty four zero one does not allow for the evacuation of they civilians and that is. this and their refusal. but. it's new to its supporters that is unless. my memory serves me wrong i see all the points of the usa twenty sora one. all those. contingencies if you should shell. and variable it surrounding falut this. well there is a demand on all parts to allow humanitarian assistance
medication and so on to come through and you not impede those who wish to leave those regions voluntarily and. that is the position been occupied by jaish. if social. but this contradicts the u.n. representative as. is just said that they will support the resolution as far as chemical weapons are concerned read opposition it's very very clear that we consider that the use of chemical arms weapons is absolutely contradictory to the treaties on nonproliferation full stop and russia supports that position as well says mr lavrov
interfax. you're watching a live press conference there in moscow being given by the russian foreign minister sergei lavrov and his french counterpart to shore. and. let me just sum up quickly what was said by both of the foreign ministers so the lavrov talked about the continuation of russian french dialogue and talked about increasing trade and cultural ties more importantly though there of course talked about syria and the resumption of peace efforts there he talked about the understanding of syrian political consensus to that effort. talked about the russian led daily ceasefire which he says is currently happening in eastern guta but obviously that's been breached already he talked about the wider issues in the middle east in libya iraq and so on and he was very. general in terms of summarizing what he said and short
on specifics. who's the french foreign minister he talked about france's dialogue with russia always being open and frank and frankly talked about the ongoing bilateral relations between both countries in terms of syria he said there are three main focus points common objectives implementation of u.n. initiatives an outlook for progress and he talked about the hope of reaching some kind of political solution in syria with all parties involved and more importantly i guess he spoke about u.n. resolution two for one which is this thirty day peace proposal to supposed in the way it could be implemented and he called the increased humanitarian efforts in eastern guta so a live press conference there in moscow between saudi lavrov the russian foreign minister and the man on your screens now the french foreign minister as. well as i've been hearing a russian led pause in the fighting in the syrian rebel held eastern ghouta has been reportedly violated hours after coming into effect both sides blaming each
other the world health organization says more than a thousand sick and wounded people are on an evacuation lists anahata has more now from beirut. there was a little violence artillery shells hitting two airstrikes targeting two towns but there were no civilian deaths in the five hour pause in the fighting undoubtedly it's not a permanent lasting cease fire that is what the people of eastern the whole told want it is what the people of eastern would are demanding the u.n. security council meeting on saturday resolution calling for a thirty day true so little violence in an hour from now that five hour temporary lull in the fighting and we're expecting bob argument to resume it really has been ten days of hell really for the people of more than five hundred fifty people killed thousands injured in an enclave which is you under siege the russian military accusing the rebels of targeting and evacuation poor doric that they set up so that civilians can leave the enclave the rebels of course denying this saying
that that we are not preventing civilians from leaving but we understand from talking to people inside eastern no one wants to leave because they're too scared where are they going to go to they're going to have to cross into government controlled territories what security guarantees do they have that they will not be arrested or sent to prison so civilians too scared to leave most of them are telling us that ok after the five hour truce is it legitimate to start killing us again or do they just want us to leave our homes so the choice is death or displacement. lives in duma inside eastern he says the assault on the area has continued despite the poor. there was a fighting deadline. we hear that. buildings this firing we expect to. maybe. about even that there is mortals in. that. it matters.
how we trust this regime that is shelling gas and a bomb being gassed for the for the last five years. between night and the. shelling me that night. truce and. humanitarian cross for the eastern goods and the morning we. are. we. want the united nations. supervise this truth not the regime. saudi arabia's king solomon has replaced top military commanders the defense minister shake up comes nearly three years after saudi led forces went to war in neighboring yemen where russia has vetoed a u.n. resolution criticizing iran for sending to prevent weapons from reaching iranian
back to the rebels isn't just. saudi arabia's military might on display. saudi generals have been leading a coalition of forces attacking the peace in yemen for nearly three years running back rebels who pose the internationally recognized government of president of the rudd government or remain in control of large areas of the country and the saudi armed forces have been internationally criticized for killing thousands of yemenis causing widespread destruction and achieving little. abilities all saad has announced a reshuffle of the army's chief of staff and the heads of ground and air defense forces. the war in yemen there is a serious failure when it comes to the so the idea that is growing because says i'm from international community and there is a serious pressure that saudi arabia so to stop should stop what they are doing now and change course if it's needed i think so that it is trying now to open up to the
international community by trying to open up airports and ports for the support of food or medical support so they can reduce the pressure on the so you have a government and the alliance the most notable dismissal was the military chief of staff general abdul rahman bin salah binion is being sidelined to become a royal court consultant is replacement is the former commander of the royal saudi air force general fayyad been honeyed brady while the changes were approved by king some months analysts say it's crown prince mohammed bin some known who's likely to have been the driving force. the shake up followed russia's vetoing of a un resolution which would have criticized iran for failing to prevent weapons falling into the hands of who the rebels in yemen it's the first time russia has protected iran in the security council the fifteen member security council did however unanimously adopt
a russian proposed resolution which extends targeted sanctions on iran related to the war in yemen russia doesn't like the outcome of certain expert panel reports it just doesn't like the messages doesn't mean it's been doing everything they say so we'll be watching our colleagues for the good of the united nations system to fight and fight a virus which your text doesn't reflect everything in the middle of expose reports is the mention of us being told to campuses not the same mention of the bombardment by the saudis in the in the gallatin of that you know resolution so our textbook single posts of what the problems of the passage text because the support of the council on this moment is thank you very much whatever the case saudi arabia continues to face international criticism for airstrikes which have targeted markets hospitals and other civilian areas aid groups also blame a saudi led blockade for pushing millions of yemenis to the brink of famine in al-jazeera the european court of justice has ruled that a fisheries deal between the e.u.
and morocco may not include the waters off the disputed western sahara region the area's been contested since morocco claimed the territory as its own in nine hundred seventy five that's when spanish colonialist withdrew from the region the un says the western sahara has a right to self-determination. north korea has confirmed it will send athletes to next month's palin pics in south korea that's according to local media representatives from both countries met in the truce finished up on monday june to discuss the logistics of going to plans to send about one hundred fifty people including athletes and supporters so let's try to use the peeling chang games to open up dialogue between north korea and the u.s. . noways mark the tenth anniversary of the so-called doomsday seed vault by promising to spend thirteen million dollars upgrading it the facility as security for the world's seed stock it now houses just under a million samples after receiving seventy thousand new varieties on monday the global sea vault is on the arctic island. well that's it for now the news
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homo. and scared and. scared. from a fresh breeze. to watching the sunset on the australian outback. welcome back let's look at the weather conditions across the americas in south america plenty of showers across the amazon basin well some showers across parts of down into argentina a line of showers will continue to in the course of choose the else where it should
be fine for when is there is still the risk of some showers a ridge in the era and then heading on through into wednesday the area of rain across north notch and tina tends to become more widespread and so there could be some heavy downpours here but otherwise still fine in buenos aires let's head up into the caribbean i'm going to all here long because really not much to say is just looking fine perfect weather conditions for the most part showers few and far between again for panama costa rica want to showers coming in from the caribbean sea but it's looking fine and ready to head on through towards wednesday is broken sunshine for many and temperatures just into the mid twenty's couldn't ask for much better as you head up into north america is a very different story with it's really quite extreme weather conditions here now this the remnants the frontal system which is gone through over the last a few days is very active system which is given some very heavy rain and resulted in severe flooding the ohio river and its highest level in something like a twenty one years the shots coming from cincinnati the situation improving but the
river levels will rise of a nice day or so but general weather conditions much improved sunshine and york city the weather sponsored by cattle and race. everything valid for fentanyl out again the public has forced more than a million people to capitol. i was there i saw on the ground to bring the report on how to keep what i'm trying to carry on with our lives and needs an ongoing. this is al jazeera. jordan this is the al-jazeera news you from coming up in the next six.