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or their loved ones are alive or dead or miami really is a place where two worlds meet we can get to washington d.c. two hours we can get so on joyce and the rest of central bankers about the same time but more importantly why those two cultures north and south america beats us to teach it's a very important place for all to see what's a big. news we need strong north african partners strong and the countries like egypt want others. could egypt provide the key to europe's migrant crisis e.u. leaders consider a new partnership as they meet in austria. hello again i'm a dancer with that is their life and also coming out on top of the world leaders of both koreas make history at their three day summit the can they make peace.
celebrations in uganda as a pop star turned politician bobby wine returns home from the united states. and the u.s. state department says the blockade on by neighboring countries has hindered the fight against terrorism. the european leaders are calling for more talks with egypt and other north african countries to hold migration to the continent host and right wing austrian chancellor sebastian cook has praised the egyptian leader for stopping people from making the journey he visited cairo on sunday to discuss deeper cooperation the e.u. has previously struck deals with turkey and libya helping cut migration to europe from its twenty fifteen peak. the migration debate showed that we may not agree
on everything but we agree on the main goal. which is illegal migration do you. mean strengthening our external borders. strengthening cooperation with countries. such corporations should not be just the migration of fighting smugglers and traffickers it should be about a much broader vision of partnership. together with chantel we have started a dialogue with the egyptian president and now we can see the backing from the european council for this and similar dialogues ok we can go live now to see our correspondent who's covering the summit for us in salzburg in austria and it sounds very much as though. does have broad consensus as they describe on this particularly thorny issue that is so divided all twenty eight of them.
well yeah and you see the problem they've had over the course of the last year or two is this plan that primarily the germans had because they took in a million famously with a million refugees in twenty fifteen and then said well how about everybody else to do you want to take some in as well in the cause of major then gary and said no we're not saying anybody and stuck a fence up in other countries then followed and organizing a quota system where everybody shares it out proved impossible and led to enormous rouse inside the block but if you then say to these countries well ok if you don't as a refugees how about paying someone else to do it instead then they'll say well yeah that's absolutely fine the problem is they have i'm able to find a partner country a third country as they call it if they can rely on because the obvious one would be libya since that's one of the transit points and it's chaos there it leaks and that's where some of the boats have come from the way that this is now trying to be framed by the austrians in particular who have come up this idea of working with egypt is that partly it's
a way of stopping people drowning in the sea because they say the egyptians have proved particularly good at stopping that from happening but they are also entirely clear that they don't want much migration at all and they said they don't want any illegal migration so the question then arises well if it is egypt because think egypt can do that then everybody like like me wants to say well ok how's it going to work then people are in refugee camps in egypt and does it egypt organize their asylum applications that people are rescued in the sea then get to egypt's and. kurt's base basically said well we don't know yet but we're working on it you can use we need strong north african partners strong and official countries like egypt want others to emulate this we will support them when it comes to the country's coastguards so that. the rescue can take place as efficiently as rapidly as possible in their coastal waters and ideally as in the case of egypt
boats would not launch in the first place that's the objectives we are pursuing. it's an objective we have come much closer to know than we were a year ago three years ago. being condemned as being radical and right wing now more and more people are supporting we are working in this direction but i look forward to every step. ok so there are still many questions to be also with regard to this potential deal isn't there lawrence but the other main issue at this what was billed as an informal summit taking place in austria was of course bracks it had to resume a turned up there she was given a little window wasn't she to to sell her case what happened. well i think i think if she thought there was she's going to a better time speaking face to face with the leaders than with michelle body a the negotiator she's she's i mean she's talking at the moment the press conference but that the language that donald tusk used in that closing press
congress is even harder towards britain than it had been before there's some attorney saying we want to make it work but the got no time for what they call the checkers deal the deal which is a little bit in but mostly outs. and very significantly i thought they said we're going to decide in the european union in october what our position is and only then will we decide if there's any point in having a different summit in the event which had been flagged by the british side as already being the point in time when when the whole thing was going to be signed off for so for the e.u. to them to say we're not even clear whether any point in having a summit shows how much pressure the now trying to put on the british sides to an extraordinary amount by emmanuel mucker on the french president who basically said the whole breakfast deal was organized by lawyers who left as soon as. the vote was done so countries like france and germany are absolutely dead set against this and reason has got a impossible job because the e.u.
had said deal half a conservative party a home makes a deal and the british public hates the deal as well and so what is she got she got between now and the middle of october to find something else lawrence lee live in salzburg in a shed thank you a syrian migrants and sentenced to five years in jail for his involvement in protests at the hungry serbia border hunger an appeals court reduced are made hammad sentence from seven years after he was convicted of entering the country illegally and throwing rocks at police in twenty fifteen the court found he was one of the people involved in protests at the border during the height of the europe migrant crisis in twenty fifteen amnesty international says the case demonstrates hungary's demonization of refugees and migrants. now in a symbolic end to their three day summit the leaders of north and south korea have visited the top of the peninsula of my sacred mountain it's called mt patting him and moon j. and took a tour around this i count volcanic crater called heaven lake and it rounds out
a trip that's how the two leaders agreed to making their pain until a nuclear free as rough mcbride reports from the south korean capital seoul. this summit ended as it began rich in symbolism president moon j end of south korea and his north korean host kim jong un top of mt peck to the highest peak of the korean peninsula spiritually significant to all koreans into korean relations have seen many false starts with attempts at reconciliation often returning to threats of war but there's a strong sense moon and kim want to forge a bond so strong that they can never slip back to the acrimony of the past. two inches of the oh we adopted a military pact to end a history of brutal and tragic confrontation and hostility. some weapons facilities will be closed but there's little detail on how to fulfill them or they promise to
make the peninsula you clear three it's enough though to breathe new life back into the stalled negotiations between north korea and the united states and could lead to a second summit between kim and u.s. president donald trump but many believe to make real progress it's now time for the photo ops to give way to detailed discussion i mean it's going to be really really difficult and the president and kim jong un don't know these things any kind of detail which is why we keep getting these some of declarations that are very short because the detail has to be worked out by the experts. more skeptical observers suspect north korea now with south korean support may have other reasons for pushing for a summit and this is a significant diplomatic success for most kerry because in a few months the trio disband to make preparations was a summit and during the summit itself we are not going to see any confrontation and
this is exceptionally mosque technics their major goal is to wait donald trump out as soon as moon returned to seoul he broadcast live to south korea. he revealed that kim has offered a number of unspecified steps towards denuclearization but would be expecting concessions from the u.s. in return. the detail measures or the appropriate measures are things that must be agreed upon between north korea and the u.s. . it underlines moon's vital role now as go between the north koreas negotiations with the u.s. as he prepares for a meeting next week with trump whatever the outcome this summit with kim has revealed to leaders building a home grown man and then turn for a change that may be difficult to stop robert bride al-jazeera so. the ugandan opposition politician bobby weiner has returned to his home near camp pilar from
the united states hundreds of the former pop star supporters turned out to welcome him defying a government ban of the wine has been receiving medical treatment in the u.s. his lawyer had said he'd had to go abroad after being tortured in police custody malcolm webb has more from bobby wines home suburb of macquarie just outside of compiler. still as the plane was in touched down on the tarmac in heavy international airport and he left the aircraft people traveling with him say he was bundled into a police car arrested and taken away three tonight he was arrested they just say he was escorting him home and then eventually brought him here to his house and the rest still hundreds of supporters gathered outside they were waiting here for him to arrive we spoke to him a short while ago he said his great tired and that he's still in pain from the injuries that he sustained when he sustained when he says he was tortured just a couple of weeks ago by the government denies that his soldiers to shoot him while he was in the tension crucially the security agencies today were trying to involve
trying to avoid the embarrassment of having a procession all the way from the international airport down the forty kilometer road that leads to the capital the built up area it's been probably one of many supporters that they wanted to avoid a parade with thousands of people out on the streets cheering him on they managed to do that by picking him up and bring him here. i am not a thief that's what malaysia's former prime minister declared after facing twenty five additional corruption charges in court prosecutors accuse that of illegally transferring hundreds of millions of dollars from a state fund into his personal bank account firstly has the latest from kuala lumpur. arrived in court to face twenty five new charges including money laundering and abuse of power he's pleading not guilty to receiving hundreds of millions of dollars prosecutors say the money in his bank account came
from the state investment fund one m d be set up by not cheap eight years ago to work over one billion the issue of the two point six billion ringgit has been used to still enter any soft me today's charges will give me an opportunity to clear my name and proof that i am not a thief. the new charges are in addition to seven others for allegedly receiving ten million dollars from another state owned entity police in at least six countries are investigating transactions involving one m. d. the us department of justice alleges not just and his associates stole at least four and a half billion dollars from the fund and go but the corruption scandal helped defeat not jobs coalition government in the general election in may and during the sixty year rule of the bars a national party a new government led by former veteran prime minister mahathir mohamad wasted no time in reopening the investigation into one m. d. b.
which is not to pet stopped police in malaysia issued an arrest warrant last month for a man named low take joe investigators say the fugitive is an important suspect in the one and corruption scandal. the malaysian government recently seized a multi-million dollar yacht that they say was bought with money stolen from one end and anti corruption detectives have questioned not tips wife. and his stepson. the court has set bail at eight hundred and fifty thousand dollars has till the end of the month to make full payment florence lee. will. still to come here with al-jazeera how u.s. sanctions of reduce the number of very rainy visiting iraq on one of the holiest days fishing muslims. and exclusive al-jazeera investigation on veils how animals are paying the ultimate price in a booming multi-billion dollar industry. hello
there across parts of china there's a lot of wet weather at the moment if we look at the satellite picture we can see the cloud here making its way across chengdu and then across from ching into who bay and where and that's really the region we're going to see more wet weather as we head through the next couple of days as well to the south of that it's not going to stay completely dry we will see some showers here it's gradually pushing a little bit further towards the west as we head into saturday the coast though should be largely fine and dry say for hong kong will get to around thirty two degrees and this should be lots of sunshine here towards the west and more in the way of cloud here within this huge volume of cloud we do have a storm developing it's developing pretty quickly as well marching its way towards the west by the time we get to friday lunchtime we're expecting it to of commerce sure and it will still be giving us some fairly strong winds and very heavy rain i
do think the main problem from this storm is going to be the amount of rain we see we are likely to see flooding out of this and eventually as we head through sunday it will begin to ease on saturday then that system works its way westward easing as it does so and just giving some of us some rather sharp showers and some blustery conditions out towards the west and here in doha no major changes for us over the next few days so staying hot and very humid or temperatures topping around thirty eight or thirty nine. is a popular film a globe. when it comes to stories about drugs crime and radicalization tired of negative stereotypes several conflicts in the middle east and it says the blockade on carter is having a negative impact on regional counterterrorism cooperation. the director of goal service center after university these says the report reaffirms
america's view of iran's role in the region. iran has been mentioned in the report around five four four times and the context was a repetition of what of what's been mentioned two thousand and sixteen reports are basically linking iran with the sponsoring terrorism in the context where the linkage between iran has been around him and was happening in syria some of the militias approached by iran. and i think that is that is reconfirming the perception of iran in the united states we cannot you know ignore the fact that the united states since the withdraw of the nuclear deal there is a sort of very clear policy of. bringing iran back to the square where it is you know a rogue state where the state is not actually supporting terrorism and sort of demonization of iran and this is absolutely confirming what the united states tried to do in the
since june two thousand and seventeen the united states actually signed very clear you know human to. counter terrorism the report is actually confirming that steps and and the measurements taken by the government. it shows that how much you know that iran is cooperating with the united states and delivering on their notes on the promises there is very clear message not only to the country to the world that is actually a serious fight against terrorism in the region i think that is something for a country need to take it seriously. shere muslims around the world are marking a shura the annual mourning for the prophet mohammed's grandson imaam hussein was killed in the battle of karbala and what is now a rock thirteen hundred years ago hussein's death was a major factor in the split into the two main sects of islam sunni and shia the
anniversary is commemorated worldwide on the tenth day of the first month of the islamic calendar some shia every year beat themselves in order to express their grief for the pain hussein suffered well u.s. sanctions have made it much harder for iranian shia muslims to travel to iraq in order to mark a sure rob matheson is our correspondent in the iraqi capital baghdad. intense and vibrant assura in the iraqi city of kabul. the crowds which used to packed the shrine of imam hussein are smaller because thousands of iranians can't afford to be here as a simple a daunting we came to iraq because we love to visit the holy shrines but the economy crunch means many iranians can't afford to visit karbala on ashura day. iranian shia worshippers usually travel to kabul at this time of year but iran's been hit by u.s.
sanctions since august the value of its currency the reaal has plunged for the iranians getting to college is expensive now and for some even the price of a hotel room is simply too much of in their cars off the hotel business in karbala in previous years was booming and now we can only make ends meet last year we had more than two hundred seventy big iranian religious groups staying at my hotel alone and now there are just seven small groups. from the economic point of view the u.s. economic sanctions on iran have really affected iraq's religious tourism when iranians come to my shop to buy souvenirs most of them can't pay i sure is marked by prayers for sessions and food handed out at stores like this one all over iraq is held on the tenth day of the holy was of the heart of the death of a mom to say one of the grandsons of prophet muhammad who many see almost as the third. he died thirteen hundred years ago in
a battle where the city of karbala now stands for mind here put a year ago iran's currency was in good shape and now we have financial problems but iranians will strive to come here during holy month i'm hot around. for shia muslims the show is a time of reflection and remember i many iranian worshipers may also remember this uses it as a time of financial hardship matheson al-jazeera back to the palestinians in jordan say they're being prevented from traveling to saudi arabia to perform muslim holy rites the saudi arabian embassy in amman has refused to comment the palestinians say the message is clear victoria case in the reports. the harsh pilgrimage is a religious jews the old muslims hope to fulfill at least once before they die it's one of the five pillars of islam saudi arabia is the guardian of its holiest sites including the kaaba in mecca. palestinians living in jordan say saudi arabia is
allowing politics to taint rituals which should be sacred saudi arabia is fighting the palestinians and islam at the same time other palestinians even with a jordanian passport say they're being banned from visiting saudi arabia if they don't have a national id number two company representatives in jordan were wary of speaking on camera because of potential repercussions in saudi arabia but this operator agreed so long as his identity was concealed. passports of all been rejected by decide to consulate they informed us not to bring these passports again to get a visa to go to saudi arabia so this has been getting really affected to talk on. the saudi arabian embassy in a man refused to comment but palestinians off furious i don't live in a very good joke the decision represents no respect us the latest on a conference any reason to petition for such a decision. more than two million palestinians live in jordan and the hashemite
kingdom has become their second homeland it's long been believed that israel would like to make the state permanent hoping palestinians would then forfeit their so-called right to return to palestine but that are not out of trouble this is a decision by trauma it's an absolute american decision amos to give the jordanian citizenship to the palestinians this is just the latest in a series of u.s. setbacks the palestinians including moving the american embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem palestinians say the eastern part of the city should be the capital of their future state and the u.s. government stopping hundreds of millions of dollars for palestinian refugees from the united nations relief and works agency. whatever saudi arabia's reasoning many palestinians and others say they should be allowed to fulfill their sacrosanct obligations as muslims victoria gate and be algis they are turks are being warned
to expect lower economic growth in the next two years the finance minister is trying to ease concerns about the currency wishaw forty percent of its value against the dollar this year president roger tire better ones accuse the united states of waging an economic war the central bank defied president everyone by raising interest rates last week to try to reduce inflation in. this period is a period when economic sanctions are being used like weapons it's a global each challenging period on the tenth of august turkey became part of this process because its economy and currency were targeted with a tax we want to make the best out of the five year term bestowed on us by our people and we will realize all these economic measures to make our country stronger and exclusive al-jazeera investigation has uncovered widespread abuse of animals in marine theme parks in china a two year investigation by current affairs program one and one east reveals the
cruel and inhumane treatment of animals at the center of a booming multi-billion dollar industry steve chow reports i think the public aquarium performances in china are entertaining mix of hype to find tricks i suppose and most feel i need some displays of affection. but exclusive behind the scenes video obtained by one of one east reviews a much darker picture no telling president on channel your union bosses and our. workers who asked not to be identified see animals such as seals sick with skin diseases and cataracts or a band in places called dining rooms. left to swim in their own urine and feces from the horse and so who knows whom you will woman goes i didn't. and i
don't want to be on. the bench or you geragos or the wrong or we can know you should be in iowa. and then come and be my old the whole deal over two years one when he stuck you mentored many more sick and dying in america. this beluga whale looks like it's playing with some young visitors now see that's aggression but iommi rose one of the world's best known marine scientists says far from being happy this behavior indicates it's overstressed by captivity if you see the same animals consistently responding in an aggressive open mount threat way to the people at the underwater viewing window then that starts telling you a bigger story that maybe this whale and particulars under stress she says conditions in china are the worst she's ever seen anywhere with dolphins and baluga swallowing debris and display areas far too cramped the tank for these three
balloon guys is so small it's hard for them even just to turn around. roll says not only is there widespread abuse but animals are dying prematurely this is just a one way conveyor belt and it ends in death at the other end premature death and this is supposed to be entertaining managers of the marine park didn't respond to our requests to discuss mistreatment the parks are now so popular there are more than sixty in china with a dozen more being built there appears no way into china's aquarium park boom and for their captives no wind to their misery steve check out al-jazeera china. and you can see steve chiles program china caging the oceans wild tonight at twenty two thirty greenwich mean time here on out as it.
drive you to take a look at the top stories here it out is there a european leaders are calling for more talks with egypt and other north african countries to try to halt illegal migration to the continent currently at a summit in the austrian city of thoughts. the migration debate showed that we may not agree on everything but we agree on the main goal. which is illegal migration to europe this means strengthening our external borders. strengthening cooperation with countries. such corporations should not be just the migration of fighting smugglers and traffickers it should be about a much broader vision of partnership. together with chancellor we have started a dialogue with the egyptian president and now we can see the backing from the
european council for this and similar dialogue after an historic three day summit with the north korean leader the president of south korea is now back home in says chairman kim wants a second summit with the u.s. president donald trump as soon as possible earlier to leaders went to the top of the region's most sacred mountain in north korea. i don't know how sugar. actually getting since the into korean relationship is in line with the development of the relationship between the u.s. and north korea pyongyang asked us to be the mediator they propose to work closely with south korea as well i think the u.s. should understand the position of north korea and resume the talks as soon as possible i believe the accomplishments made at the summit this time will lead to the progress option of the talks hundreds of supporters of the ugandan opposition politician bobby wine have gathered outside his home in camp holler he has just returned from seeking medical treatment in the us his lawyer said that he had to go
abroad for medical treatment because he'd been tortured in police custody. malaysia's former prime minister has pleaded not guilty to twenty five additional corruption charges. he is accused of illegally transferring more than five hundred fifty million dollars from a state fund into his personal bank account today those are the headlines coming up next here it out is there a stream. mind you. a place where this is. a. spring you know the ones of me you know you. and i do is resilient and is just so full of surprises. here yes there is yes to every normal. mine nigeria. on there.
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