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of the matter unless we have new generations growing up to understand better our relationship with a nut for a while then soon there will be nothing left facing reality or our friends and allies played a positive on offense and his commission for taking this here their story on talk to al-jazeera. last. hand. it is clearly in the public interest to charge alexander petroff on a ruslan culture off to a russian nationals british prosecutors named two russians they believe were behind the nerve agent poisoning of a former spy and his daughter. this is al jazeera live from my headquarters in doha saudi back to book also ahead peace
talks on the war in yemen are scheduled to begin engineer that but they are last minute snags and israeli court says the government can go ahead with the demolition . in the occupied west bank and in the u.s. . between social media and. those stories in just a moment but first some breaking news at least twenty people have died and been injured in twin explosions in afghanistan it happened in a wrestling gym in the western part of the capital kabul bring in jennifer glass on the line from the afghan capital jennifer what more do we know about these twin blasts both only as you said at a restaurant enter the neighborhood it's called barky it's a largely shia neighborhood in western kabul the first blast that was inside that
right there the second blast appeared argot first responders and those who had come towards the blast including two journalists future with killed in that speck an explosion just a couple of hours ago here in kabul where they both worked for tolo t.v. they had actually been live on the air just moments before the second blast went off. for a mosque and rummy's those at holo news were killed in that blast it's been a very deadly year here for journalists and for afghans alike a twenty killed in that blast being only like it never end here who could be behind these two or. well generally when it's in a huge neighborhood no one has claimed responsibility but generally when it is in the neighborhood or the target or she is really islamic they are pure that correspond to what they call here here take responsibility that we have not had any
any claim of responsibility here yet but it has been a very very deadly year here in afghanistan and especially here in the afghan capital we've seen a number of attacks over the past week and month and of course the deadliest year for afghan journalist here is the single deadliest day would april thirtieth when again these twin bombings and this is a this is a semi new phenomenon that terribly off of where you have a first bombing and then the second bombing targeting those who came near we came around the bombing we thought on april thirtieth that that second bombing killed mine nine journalists this this other this second bombing this evening killed two journalists a number we understand back at the curator official to come but he will handle the aftermath of the first bombing ok jennifer thank you for that update jennifer on the line there from kabul and now the world news british prosecutors have charged two russians over the poisoning cases cause one of the biggest. in decades police
say the men were charging with russian passports under the names of alexander petrel and. they're accused of trying to kill a former russian spy. and his daughter yulia with a nerve agent in english city of souls very nauruans the reports. the british police believe these are the men who attempted to assassinate a double agent on the streets of the u.k. alexander petrol and. probably aliases and now the prime suspects in the attempted murder of. the police have images of the two men near the strip house apparently moments before novacek was smeared on the front. the strippers were found slumps near their home in salzburg the case has caused a massive diplomatic rift with russia which has consistently said the u.k. could provide no proof that it was responsible the u.k. now believes that is exactly what it has and not only that the prime minister said to a stunned parliament the british security services believe that soon men our military
intelligence officers of the russian state i can to day tell the house that based on a body of intelligence the government has concluded that the two individuals named by the police and c.p.s. offices from the russian military intelligence service. also known as the g.r.u. the g.r.u. is a highly disciplined organization with a well established chain of command so this was not a road operation it was almost certainly also approved outside the g.r.u. a senior level of the russian state after months of work the police have offered a detailed timeline of the movements of the two prime suspects they say the russians flew from moscow to london gatwick airport on aeroflot flight to five double eight on march the second they then stayed in the hotel in east london before catching a train to souls pre on the afternoon of march the third and returning to london on
the same day they then repeated the trip on sunday march the fourth where the police say c.c.t.v. footage shows them near the scribbles house by the evening they left london and were flying back to moscow on aeroflot two five eight five. at the hotel in east london the police say they found trace elements of novacek so small that they didn't pose a risk to health but it still counts as evidence we know part of their main street the second of four to stay sitting staring. without a railway stated we know that when we find. out which hotel i stayed on the second we took control. i mean not really we found traces of. both a police and international chemical agent body the o.p.c. w. have said it was the same batch of navi chalk that was used against this cripples which then killed dawn sturgis and seriously injured her boyfriend charlie rowley they had found a fake per fume case with a bottle inside adapted to release the novacek the couple had assumed it was
perfect and she sprayed the novacek on herself this case and that of this cripples and now directly being linked in the criminal inquiry the last time the u.k. had prime suspects in an attack on a spy it was the alexander litvinenko case which ended with a look of oyo named as one of the killers eventually made a member of the russian parliament the u.k. can't get the two prime suspects in the scripture case extradited it's against russian law and anyway it will be hardly worth the effort the scribbles have survived but u.k. russian relations a stuck in the freezer largely al-jazeera london rory chalons has more from moscow on the russian reaction to this latest developments. russia's approach to the whole script since it blew up earlier in the year has been to deny deny deny they say that the u.k. is not be know it's a produce any evidence that it was nothing to do with russia that russia has
constantly asked the british government for access to the investigation access which has been continually denied and even after the british have produced considerably more evidence than they have previously been able to do the message is the same from russia we have heard from the foreign ministry earlier which said once again we urge the u.k. side to switch from public accusations and information information manipulation to practical cooperation through law enforcement agencies the ministry of foreign affairs also says that the two suspects that have been named by the u.k. mean nothing to them they don't know who they are the focus of this military intelligence outfit the g.r.u. could be problematic for russia or has been for the last few years one of the more aggressive risk taking outfits of the russian intelligence community a great the spotlight on them might mean that they have to change their behavior slightly. iraqi security forces have used tear gas to disperse hundreds of people
demonstrating in the seven city of basra protesters had returned to the streets to voice their anger after at least six people were killed in clashes on wednesday demonstrations to demand jobs and better public services have been growing steadily since july the region produces most of iraq's oil wealth but protesters say they see it a lot. the u.n. is set to launch its for its yemen peace talks in two years but it appears it been delayed at previous attempt to strike a deal between rebels and the internationally recognized government collapsed the un special envoy for yemen martin griffith is trying to get the two sides to trust each other. building confidence in the party so they can address issues together. resolve issues through compromise concessions and. cries of trust in each other confidence building measures of design partly to help build this trust through breman from them partly to actually deliver some benefits to the people of yemen
and partly to send a signal to the international community in yemen that something is happening. like in any other conflict not desperately in need of a signal of. let's go to david in geneva the schedule location for those talks david martin griffiths is very upbeat but it looks like they will be a delay tomorrow that's right and the reason for that delays because of the the hooty rebel delegation is still in the capital of yemen sun and that's because the saudi arabia coalition has refused to give them the plane of the size they needed to transfer. many injured civilians from the fighting to medical treatment in mascot in amman now we don't quite know where that was a precondition of the hooty rebel delegation before they came to sydney ever but it
does appear so at the moment and the martin gryphus a special envoy for the yemen said he was quite relaxed about this that these delays were quite usual but it was in consultation with all the parties involved now it does mean that the delegations will not be here tomorrow and the start of the consultation talks will begin only on friday so a snag on the road to his consultation talk if the tunks do go ahead and when they happen in geneva i hold we expect to be there what will they be trying to achieve what will be the main focus. well as you saw from that clip from martin griffiths at the beginning of this piece the main aim is to get them to talk in the same building they will be face to face still be in separate rooms in this building here in geneva and they will start to try and get
these confidence building measures now modern business name two possible measures one was a vaccination program we know what the effect of the color epidemic has been on the children in the emmen and another one has been another idea he's had is to get a prisoner swap he says that is essential that will really restore trust and for many families on all sides of the conflict it will mean they'll be able to see their loved ones again and this will begin to give them some sort of hope that peace can be restored and that there will be a political future for the thank you very much for that day the change sent nine forests in geneva. are some breaking news to tell you about right now and paraguayan has announced it will move its embassy back to ten of the from jerusalem and israel just responded that it will be closing its embassy in.