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treatment at the hands of people traffickers is an awful lot of the use of these migrants and they come across they don't necessarily have as many resources as those comical west africa do but the my at the those predating on the nose picking up on the role of the take them off the sellers and torture them are doing exactly the same thing they're burning plastic bottles out of their skin getting to call their families back home in ethiopia primarily so they'll send whatever they can quite often it might be twenty fifty dollars is nothing in january last year three hundred people were thrown into the sea by smugglers off human a southern province of szabo in the gulf of aden most of them teenagers from somalia and ethiopia more than one hundred of them drowned pushed by war and poverty in the horn of africa many choose yemen because of its proximity and with the hope they can cross into wealthiest table gov countries in search of better living conditions but in yemen they're often kept in miserable detention centers and face systematic deportation on saturday one hundred thirty ethiopians were sent
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back to their country from the port of who data human is already devastated by a civil war that's led to what the u.n. calls the worst humanitarian crisis and the chaos resulting from that conflict especially around the state of baba meant that has made the area even more risky for refugees one hundred five under seal. so i've got this president has announced a temporary ceasefire with the taliban to coincide with the end of the muslim holy month of ramadan there's been more violence in recent months with dozens of attacks against civilians and security forces the government says alterations will continue against other groups including beisel the u.s. says it will all of the cease fire calling it a bold initiative for peace says more from the capital kabul. president gummies announcement of a unilateral ceasefire it seems to be a calculated gamble following on his offer instead of the afghan taliban for
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unconditional peace talks and a seat at the political table if they came to negotiations so far that hasn't borne any fruits but he made clear in his announcement that this ceasefire only applied to the afghan taliban afghanistan islam in your movie that the government of the islamic republic of afghanistan announces a ceasefire from the twenty seventh of ramadan until the fifth day if you don't fit or following the historic ruling of afghan religious scholars afghan national defense and security forces will only stop offensive maneuvers against the taliban and will continue to target eisel and other foreign backed terrorist organizations and their affiliates the question is what will the taliban do now will they respect this ceasefire through one of the holiest weeks in the muslim calendar and how will afghan security forces tell the difference between taliban fighters and those i saw and other militant groups the president danny says his army and other security forces will continue to fight. well still ahead here although al-jazeera.
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the political violence plaguing nicaragua catholic bishops want to beat the president. and a historic act of defiance what gandhi took a stand on a whites only train but some in south africa say he's no hero to stay with us. i. mean the weather sponsored by cattle. however the deadly floods continue across southern parts of china kids see of what is now back tropical depression are you going to see is still swirling away snow moving along the south coast bringing some really heavy downpours flooding rains then into towards hong kong some big downpours and still some lively ways but the
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winds not really the issue really is about the wet weather some parts seeing over two hundred millimeters of rain over twenty four hour period so that's a similar pictures to go on into saturday edges a little further waste is but you can see on kong still very much in the mix come a little further west it is a touch drier showers there they will continue down towards the southwestern corner of china and also into northern parts of vietnam turning up in the showers that we have into china pretty heavy rain also making its way into a good part of the philippines over the next couple days lots of shower clouds showing up here for much of malaysia indonesia doesn't last a fine and dry want to see heat of the day showers yes but the west or rather really is focused further north look at that manila sings a big downpours but just friday sas data like another very wet one warm weather two coming in across the good parts of thailand over the next couple of days and joins up with the heavy rains that are continuing across much of south asia with more beat downpours for southern india. the weather sponsored by cattle always.
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house if negotiations between the leaders go well ahead of the summit japan's prime minister has urged trump to ensure the release of japanese citizens believed to have been abducted by people here and also leaders are arriving for the g. seven summit with the trumpet ministrations decision to impose tariffs on european and canadian goods likely to dominate discussions fears of a global trade war are hanging over the two day meeting in quebec city in canada. that afghanistan's president has announced a temporary ceasefire with the taliban to coincide with the end of the muslim holy month of ramadan the u.s. says it will honor the ceasefire calling it a bold initiative for peace. to the americas where a group of catholic bishops in nicaragua is set to meet president daniel ortega later on thursday to talk about how to stop violence across the country now they're planning to offer to mediate between the government and protesters at least one hundred thirty people have been killed since mid april in violence between forces
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loyal to war taker and opposition groups demanding his resignation but world reports now from the capital. where we are now is on the road between my now i walk and these cars that are passing by or humanitarian workers members of the catholic church but are actually the only vehicles that are allowed to pass along this highway if you look down the road here to my right there are several barricades we're talking about dozens of barricades that we've seen as we've been making our way toward must saya messiahs the city where a lot of the violence has been concentrated over the course of the last few days amidst the unrest here in the guy what's become a sort of symbol of the resistance against the government of president daniel ortega this is where we've seen the majority of the violence in terms of where the negotiations in the peace talks are at this point the archdiocese the catholic church and he had set up a dialogue between civil society and members of the government on may sixteenth
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those talks deteriorated quite rapidly because of the ongoing violence in the crackdown against protesters here in the can i was the catholic church bishops have announced today that they will once again be meeting with members of the government to negotiate the terms of a were new talks and we will be monitoring the situation to see whether or not there will be more violence which is what doctors in the medical in the medical community are expecting or some sort of peaceful outcome to this unrest and i want . argentina and the international monetary fund have agreed to a fifty billion dollar draft deal to beef up its economy executive board will decide whether argentina's reform plan is worth the agreement in the coming days present months your machree says the deal is necessary to avoid another economic collapse activists have been protesting across the country for weeks accusing the i.m.f. of interference. u.s. authorities are planning to transfer sixteen hundred people who've been detained by immigration and customs officials for federal to federal prisons and that's
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according to a report by the reuters news agency it says that five federal prisons are set to temporarily taking detainee's who are awaiting civil immigration court hearings with one jail in california preparing to house a thousand people down estabrook has more from washington d.c. . well ice is confirming that it will be housing up to sixteen hundred immigrants coming into the united states illegally at medium security prisons here in the u.s. it says it's going to be working with the u.s. marshal service and as well as the department of prisons they said i says that this is a temporary situation because of the surge in illegals coming into the united states and because of the department of justice's so-called no tolerance policy the largest prison that would be holding these illegals would be in california it would be holding up to
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a thousand illegals and then about two hundred to three hundred would be in facilities in washington texas and arizona now some unions representing prison guards have raised questions about this as to whether or not these illegal immigrants should be housed in the same facilities as prisoners we could expect to see some protests from civil rights groups about doing this sort of thing keep in mind that these facilities that they're going to be housed in are medium security prisons not maximum security prison so they would not be necessarily mixed in with people that are committing murder but medium security prisons do house people that have been convicted of things like assault so a breaking story we should be getting more information in the days to come. security council has imposed sanctions on six people involved in human trafficking and smuggling in libya there's been a push to take action to report for the last year of african migrants being sold as
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slaves russia previously asked for a delay well information was that it's not allowed the sanctions to go ahead. turkey has suspended a deal with greece which allows athens to return refugees and migrants who've crossed from turkey it's in retaliation for greece's refusal earlier this week to allow the extradition of a turkish officers who fled to greece after the twenty sixteen to see him because he has more from istanbul. turkish authorities have requests that the extradition of eight turkish soldiers from the greek authorities turkey says those soldiers were directly in wolves in the failed coup attempt which took place in two thousand and sixteen and those should be tried in turkey but the greek courts say that this wouldn't be a fair trial in turkey that's why they refused to extradite and finally when the greek court released four of those soldiers that was the last point for turkey
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foreign minister charges scholer announced that turkey and the by literal refugia readmission deal with greece which was signed in two thousand and one and turkey says this is a political move even the greek government wants to resolve the conflict the greek judiciary is acting political also the protect prime minister said that this is just a bilateral deal this has nothing to do nothing to do with this with a deal signed with the e.u. and this will not impact any relation with the within the nato for now we don't know the technical details but it's might mean turkey will really had met the refugees that are sent back from other e.u. member countries but not the ones who are sent back from greece eligible voters across europe have begun to cast their ballots in turkey's general election as many as three point five million turks living abroad can participate in the votes for
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president and a new parliament the largest turkish communities in germany for dominic cain said this report. on a sunny day in berlin these people wait their turn to cast their ballots in elections many think could be decisive for turkey's future and which here at least seem to be dividing opinion. i voted for adored today because i see no other candidate that has done so many good things for turkey for me it was an easy choice to go broke i mean. turkey needs new energy and change for that reason i'm posting from a harbinger he's the right one for turkey he promises great things and has some clue of what he's doing. the x. patrick turkish electorate here is the biggest in europe in last year's constitutional referendum almost half of all the ex-pat votes were cast in germany and with some opinion polls suggesting a close result this time the parties are pushing for every vote can and call that
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is a prominent member of the turkish community in germany and supports the opposition c.h.p. he told us what victory would mean for his side this would. be the first who would try to bring calm both to the money markets and our economy but also to the political situation in the first six months in office we would try to amend many of the laws that president one has brought by decree and instead try to reestablish turkey as a country grounded in human rights ramsey who leads the alliance of german democrats movement which is aligned with turkey's governing ak party he thinks this election can assure in a period of consolidation. of the self i think this is a decisive election for turkey because we've had a historic change to a more presidential system and i hope that the continuity of leadership we've had these past fifteen years can continue for another five and that we can consolidate our new constitutional structures and make them
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a success. the question for voters here on the first day that they can cast their ballots is do they want to support the parties that favor president or the one or do they oppose them these are central questions in this entire debate here in germany or no the answer when the votes are counted donna cane al-jazeera berlin scientists from the u.s. space agency nasa say the curiosity rover has discovered the best evidence yet that life once did exist on mars the rover has unearthed organic molecules preserved in three and a half billion year old rock it means there's a possibility that microorganisms was populated was one of the closest planets. a little closer to home south africa and india the one hundred and twenty fifth anniversary of a significant moment in their histories when mahatma gandhi was forced off a whites only train now the incident in pietermaritzburg is seen as the indian
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independence leader's first act of civil disobedience how room has more. one hundred twenty five years ago mahatma gandhi was on a train traveling to the city of pretoria south africa's capital this reenactment shows gandhi sitting in the first class carriage it was a time of racial segregation only white people were allowed to sit here during the local government all motives to travel in the van gundy who was a lawyer from india refused to move to the back of the train where black people were supposed to sit eventually he was thrown off after his experience and he began a campaign for an end to racial discrimination and oppression through non violent means he did it mainly for dissenters of indian laborers who were working out of africa sugar plantations at the time the single statement of my from my will make the whole world blind is so relevant today i think the only way this world can survive today is through peace love and truth so i think it's very very relevant to
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. gandhi stayed in south africa for twenty one years any went back to india to continue his nonviolent resistance movement historian say gandhi was a peacemaker a man who fought for social and political reform through paths of resistance he inspired leaders including nelson mandela and us civil rights leader martin luther king but some people insist he was not a hero two years ago students and lecturers in ghana campaign to remove a statue of gandhi from the main university because of what they said were his racist comments about africans gandee was a rampant researched when he went to the post office and he saw there was a line for whites and nonwhites his petition basically and forgive my language said how can you put us with the cafferty is because we are not barbarians we come from the civilized aryan stock and the said racial theory too would
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wait for our unions and the europeans were joined at the hip and africans were ones to. belong. some historians say gandhi later admitted his direct types of africans as barbarians were wrong apartheid ended in south africa in one thousand nine hundred four but the country is still struggling to deal with racism and inequality gandhi supporters hope his philosophy of nonviolent resistance continues to grow and help shape a new generation of activists fighting to end inequality for south africans. al-jazeera pietermaritzburg south africa. you're watching algis their homes a whole robert these are all top news stories u.s. president donald trump says he may invite north korea's kim jong un to the white house of negotiations between the leaders go well ahead of the summit japan's prime minister trying to ensure the release of japanese citizens believed to have been
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abducted by pyongyang leaders of course are also arriving for the g. seven summit with the trumpet ministrations decision to impose tariffs on european and canadian goods likely to dominate discussions fears of a global trade war hanging over the two day meeting in the area of quebec city in canada but that. perhaps trump doesn't mind he's being isolated today put for us here at matters because these six countries here represent values they represent the economic market with a strong history and as one certainly also represent a true force on the international level of president has announced a temporary cease fire with the taliban to coincide with the end of the muslim holy month of ramadan the u.s. says it will honor the cease fire calling it a bold initiative for peace. the red cross has pulled more than seventy of its international sterns out of yemen because of security concerns the move comes as
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sudden led forces close in on the red sea force of her data the saudi military says yemeni government forces which had banks as part of a coalition with the u.a.e. are within ten kilometers of the huge control city the u.n. says a military assault could have dire consequences a group of bishops in nicaragua or will meet president daniel ortega to talk about how to stop weeks of violence they say they'll offer to mediate between the government and protesters at least one hundred thirty people have been killed since mid april argentina the international monetary fund have agreed to a fifty billion dollar draft deal to beef up its economy president or bakri says the deals needed to avoid another economic collapse and scientists from the u.s. space agency nasa say they've the best evidence yet that life once did exist on mars the curiosity rover has an earth organic molecules preserved in three and a half billion year old walk those were the headlines more news in thirty minutes
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welcome to the program i'm elizabeth for on for more than three years the people of yemen have endured war hunger and disease the u.n. estimates more than ten thousand people have been killed and three quarters of the population depend on international aid now fighting for control of her data could make the situation even worse the red sea port is the gateway for seventy percent of yemen's food supplies and half its few needs it's also the point of entry for medicines and other essentials needed by twenty two million people just to survive the u.n. and the u.s. have warned against an attack by the saw the n.y.t. coalition fighting the rebels. well let's bring in our panel now from. a pro who is a journalist and via skype also from some of the he country director for yemen with pham international a very warm welcome to both of you mr city here let me start with you what would an assault on the porch of data mean for what is already the world's worst
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humanitarian crisis and also for the some six hundred thousand people who live in the city of hadera. well. i mean yemen is already the world or worst humanitarian crisis is at the brink of i mean to me and it is one of the principal pulls of the country i mean to opiates the food supplies medicines and others since you come through so if i mean the fighting at the moment if rooters who and then if. life line is cut up it does i mean clearly indicates that i mean there will be in stock and the top of this food medicine and other essentials which will have an impact on the populations and already in this world war you mentioned crisis and they do this three years of war are mr cathy the un's
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envoy for you haven't much martin is in the capital sanaa if thought to actually broker a deal to avert a possible assault on hold day there under which the u.n. would take control of the port would the her face agree to that. no i don't think that the hotel will accept. two hundred. forty or one of the city because the. leaks request that the u.n. has asked to hand over who they doubled as was not from this. convoy it was well before it was from the dish it. un. envoy to yemen and it's really strange to ask from one side to withdraw from a city because as you say it's one of the last humanitarian line into yemen and instead of doing that you can ask the saudi to stop targeting the city this
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actually show you the biased of the united nation if it true that they have requested for the hold it was though. they'd up north but i'm sure they will not accept that because if they would have drawn from this city then next time they will ask them to go from sa to draw from other cities so. you have to stop it have a ceasefire not to target the port live this life line go in as it used to be in a state of target of targeted by the saudis that coalition missile book i think because such a crucial lifeline for the millions of people and yemen wouldn't it be better if it was controlled by a neutral organization like the united nations rather than the who things. i mean look at the whole the are yemenis and then the saudi that coalition is made from. medicine or even from colombia so how can you accepted that you leave a city because
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a foreign coalition is attacking the city this is just just nonsense and i don't think it will be accepted and yemeni people as well will not accept that the host he will agree will agree to that there is a war south of the data and if the so do want to stop the it will continue its of or it will continue its fighting to protect that port and on the top of that wow can we guarantee that all day the city will not be like in a callous like the same in aden i think that the u.n. should actually take over aden port city to secure it because it's not secured now i'll try doesn't in free there there are many attacks suicide attacks are almost every week assassination every day and all day the city the only. attack that's happening there is by the saudi led air strike this show you the difference between security and what they do so i think they should actually. control the not our data but it is how they are that is the point of focus now mr who do you think should be
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in control of this vital port at this time do you think that the who things should give up their control of the united nations. well in my view i mean we are concerned so we're really really concerned that if the line is caught then that we have a catastrophe. in more family have to physically bury the loved ones there will be more hunger and more deaths we're really concerned that the quiting the stop and the international community put pressure on both the warring parties to return to the these dogs in the fighting and find a political solution so in our view we want to discuss them young rescission and through who we can find as political solution and we might be might be closer to the political solution because as all of this is playing out it
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seems they could be a breakthrough in ending the conflict the reuters news agency says it's seen a draft proposal for a peace plan written by the united nations it says the plan includes a call on the hooty rebels to give up their ballistic missiles which they've been firing into saudi arabia and return the saudi emraan to coalition would end its bombing campaign against the whole things which has been going on for more than three years the document also reportedly includes proposals for a transitional government which would involve the who fees mr because i'm sure you're aware of this proposed peace plan what do you make of it do you think that the whole theories are willing are ready to give up their ballistic missiles for a seat at the table in a transitional government. i just want to mention that when. the for political council mad the alma shot in sanaa when he has met the u.n. envoy he said like i'm quoting he said we have our hand on the trigger but does what we have the other hand will come in any peace or serious peace told with all
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parties so it was clear message that we will not hand over our weapons and this is by the way about waiters i think they just want to make the breaking news ivan they are baseless because i do think that they are and actually will actually dare to ask the hoti to to give up they didn't say like to stop ballistic missile in a chant in the tour of a stop in saudi can bait they say to him to give up the their ballastic missiles in return of the saudi to stop to end their campaign the saudi can switch back their campaign in yemen in a matter of seconds but if you give our you're a ballistic missiles how can you if the saudis didn't i mean change their mind i mean this is the only what is that the how they have to hurt saudi so i do think they will actually even think of handing it and we remember what happened before the invasion of iraq they one has asked saddam to hand over his weapons and hours before the invasion he had destroyed one of the lastic long lines ballistic missile
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and what happened as soon as he destroyed his ballastic missiles the united states has invaded iraq so it will be the same and i'm sure they will not hand over any weapons so they have any current and over mr but i think if they don't mr hand over their weapons do they think that they can still when the swore militarily because if they don't hand over their weapons how do they expect to stop this war. i mean the one who should ask him to stop the war was the one who started the war we know the talk of our power is that you called the north it was an internet an internal matter i mean there are many clubs around the world no one will interfere military to stop it so that all this cries is the colorado you know outbreak this humanitarian crisis in yemen it started after the saudi let's call it a war in yemen it didn't start because of the how do you cope and i said you can not to hand over the why are you still under the blockade but unfortunately no one
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actually can accept that but unfortunately for the who things in the book it is the . government of exiled president. that is supported by the saudi led coalition that you speak of that is the internationally recognized government of yemen and not the who things that the international community recognizes as the leaders in the country mr if i can come to you you know mr bush he was speaking about the humanitarian problems that the country is facing so you know after more than three years of war what is at stake here for the people of yemen and i know that you organization said on wednesday that yemen is one step away from famine now and that millions could be affected. or this is really really you can you can imagine the two million people need. aid and even protection assistance i mean. also that the public's. not been.
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paid for their salaries for the last two years and people do not. measure or even mean to get an income school been closed for years i mean four to six percent growth this into some function and then the cholera outbreak was one of the. i mean. that basically over two thousand people and recorded over a million cases of color and then if i'm in pulled up artists or the parties do not just stop fighting if they do not listen basically international community has a responsibility to put pressure on both doring parties to end this and end fighting and start peace negotiation and we're also concerned that in the peace
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plan there is no civil society are going to stand still and women's and in the world we have seen where women's voices and the civil society voices have been hired the basically is this more than fifteen years and now this new situation while for a private frontlines active and in the new basically i mean the movement. and booked up burtons do not listen then it would really be a catastrophe i mean in the end i would say i mean even more catastrophic military is the military in the military i mean i don't think that is the military solution mr mckay i think all parties have to find that sort of them and so mr because what would it take for the who things to agree to a political solution one that the united nations as now reported to be proposing. i think of that is they will only accept an unbiased plan there must be
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first as a ceasefire all front but that is what they were calling on the united nations is proposing a cease fire and if when you say a non-biased plan what is biased about this plan and if if it's not coming from the united nations who would propose this non-biased plan i mean look this plan it's. been made public we are talking about a leaked plan but by the way it is it could be a big lie just just to make the news but to look into this into this plan why would i say biased is when you ask one group to give up their ballastic missile in return that the other side will stop bombing you what what what the only thing that guaranteed that you you can actually maybe fight the saudi back is though i mean that you have how can you handed that's what i'm saying they would do you not trust the united on and the and the international community as a you know as a backer of this plan would guarantee it would prevent further saudi led coalition
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attacks if the who things were to give up their ballistic weapons ok is there no trust in the united nations or the international the real honest about what what you know what to be honest with you me personally i think those are the we came to most yemeni we came to a conclusion that we don't trust all international community and this was really the on why i will explain to you before in muscat about two years ago there was a plan before the how they accepted the twenty to sixteen the solution they were told that if you accept this we will guarantee that the world will stop and then we will go in how to implement the twenty two sixty what they have accepted and what happened the saudi continue its war that's why i say biased because this is what the united nations has been doing so mr look on her if you can you must the united nations if i was all are asked how they will cease fire who do you see as a mediator in this conflict that has to end. i think this should be talks between the whole thing between their buddies in sanaa included though the un
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saudi arabia the first thing and the united nation if it want to be. in this in this war they should at least mention the saudi as one site and when i say biased i can date i mean anyone watching me now to bring me a document from any u n envoy into yemen or you in security council that has mentioned this all the other part of this war how can you mediate if you're not mentioning the saudi and the saudi is leading this coalition against yemen that that that the groove that you and and all you in blood are totally biased just mentioned the saudi as part of this war and then the saudi will be held responsible if they break in a cease fire if they do not accept any agreement that will come in the future and i think we will reach a solution soon or mr jamieson the catlike to give you the last word on this no doubt you and your organization and other aid groups are desperately hoping for
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a solution you know what is your message to the warring parties and the international community. i think i have all that invention is the basically three things the past on board the warring parties they have to end the fighting without putting any precondition the process on the second one they have to agree that we don't any preconditions are going back to the peace negotiation the third one is basically in order to establish craft between the ottoman among different warring parties i think that u.n. and international communities have to. lead and coordinate and include the and participatory and peace negotiation processes including both the civil society women and both i mean in santa and also in other forums it may take number of impute conversation i think i think the powder on theory i mean the
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total truth in the fighting has and then is established i mean we want to see that the humidity is in these do not there is any problem in providing human services to the people in need and then i think their loved one would be that should be a political solution but what would be the transitional moment i mean listen mechanism i mean one i mean is stablished all right mr city thank you very much for that that is most and city in sanaa and also in sanaa hussein ok thank you both very much. and now joining us from london is mohamed june a yemeni journalist with our close newspaper mr g.m.a. the u.s. is among a number of countries and organizations that are warning the m.r.i. he's not to try and seize control of the port of poti a to will the end rashi's refrain do you think from launching an attack which will
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further devastate the humanitarian situation. well i think the problem with the data is very complicated we have. around we have. two maybe one million yemenis livin in the city and it's a small city and is the most important city in the red sea on that it's you cause about seventy percent of the import of the yemenis and the human. aid comes from this port in the west of yemen and it is for these reasons mr sharon made that the u.s. that aid organizations the u.n. asking the m.r. ati's not to nourse this attack so do you think that they will take heed of that call while i think. they are going to are. they to see the city the whole city from from the over the line and they are going
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to put more pressure on the whole it is inside the city i don't think they are going to take it over because it will cost a lot of a lot of things in terms of human sufferings in in on the yemenis in the city and on in on the yemenis outside yeah even encourage the capital of sanaa because of the humanitarian aid will be cut off if the attack of the city misses you may there are reports that the un's on wife or yemen is trying to broker a deal so that there isn't an assault on her data and could possibly see the u.n. take control of the port what do you make of that do you think that the u.n. should be in control of this important port. well that was up a lot more than one year ago when the solid didn't qualify as i just said to the united nations to take the part of for the as something or as. a solution because the host is will never give it to the government forces and the
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will also not give it to the soldiers call the sions but unfortunately at the time the united nations refused to take it because they said they lack the. they lack the largest to control the. the. data now i'm not quite sure i think it's changed because we have a new plan which depends on taken away the hours of the qualities down and from all the factions the military factions in the country but what their own not this plan is going to be implemented or i think it is too early to suggest that yes they these are just reports so far and we hear from the pro who journalist hussein advocate the area who said that the who things would not be giving up their ballistic missiles because they don't trust the u.n. and the international community to guarantee that the saudis will not continue their bombing campaign do you think that the saudi led coalition is ready now to
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sit down with the who things for this proposed negotiated settlement for you know a cease fire for a transitional government later on. well this is arming this plan is not new it's similar to the plan of suggested by the share the former one the former. compared to yemen involved human story. while the host is do not trust the international community and do not trust the saudi that question and there are many governments again the only governments and the saudi that question do not trust the truth is because. there were more than one hundred agreement signed by the whole with these and some local leaders like tribal leaders and military leaders in the past and within the some politicians during the. war between the
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region of silence the former president and the host is no one of these agreements has been fulfilled all implemented so there is not as there is no confidence there is no trust between all parties and when it's not the matter of the who these do not trust the government the government also do not trust the whole fees and i don't think in this situation this new plan will go further so what will it take then mrs you may because there's so much at stake in yemen so many millions of lives at stake to build trust to actually get to the point where all sides are willing to negotiate. well the problem is all parties in yemen are thinking that the ourselves trying to fight from the government side they think that they are making good at vance. towards the city they are now just a few kilometers from the port and there is no point from the point of view of
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sitting around. like a negotiation table discussing the issues with the authorities and from the other side these are feeling that they are not defeated and they have to fight until the last moment so it's difficult unless the parties in yemen the factions in him and those military. militants in the in the country the government and the whole of these come to an agreement or come to the to an idea that they will never achieve anything with war with weapon and the only solution could be the peaceful solution unless they come to this point then i don't think there is any sort of flies what is the end of the tunnel just as you may just very briefly what will it take for them to come to that point. i think the international pressure on them on the government and on the whole of these there is a two to one six by the resolution of the united states and sorry the
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resolution saying frankly that the horsey truth is must give up the weapons which was belonging to the army the yemeni army. all the whole he's going to give give it up you said that the whole saying. it is said they will never give it because they they have no trust in the government so if this is the case if this is a situation the only pressure will go on to the government there is no pressure on to the both these because they are militia they're not they cannot like and pressurize them all right mr zuma thank you very much for that is mohamed joining us live from london and to our earlier guests to hussein and more sense of the key both of whom had joined us from the yemeni capital sana and thank you too for watching you can see the program again any time by visiting our website al-jazeera dot com and for further discussion to go to our facebook page that's facebook dot
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and for people everywhere when donald trump traveled to japan in the vendor he met the families of japanese citizens allegedly abducted by the north koreans in the seventy's and eighty's the release is top of prime minister abbott is agenda is a state cannot abandon all titles entirely on behalf of the citizens of japan i would like to thank president trump and the people of the united states for their understanding and support towards the resolution of the adoption issues and so much i don't donald trump believes the summit in singapore can make progress towards north korea abandoning its nuclear program but insists he could still walk away he's holding out the carrot of better international relations for pyongyang and the stick of many more sanctions if it all falls apart japanese prime minister left the white house having played his part in a typical trump cliffhanger putting him in the world to stay tuned to see what comes next alan fischer al-jazeera washington. leaders arriving for the g.
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