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syria the last assignments at this time on al-jazeera it's impossible to underestimate the size and scale of the economic crisis it's not just about the billion trillion dollars of debt it's not just about the banks it's not just about the governments it's about real people. doing this hold the benefit of saddam people so bad they see all these witness documentaries that open your eyes at this time on al-jazeera. hospitals are overwhelmed with casualties from friday's attack by israeli troops in gaza with sixteen people killed at least fifteen hundred injured.
i want you all just here on live from headquarters in doha i'm daddy navigate also ahead in a move that has the markings of a trade war china retaliates to us tariffs by slapping duties on a host of american products say so so us respect that's the message to donald trump from the leading candidate in mexico's presidential election and back to earth a space station breaks up on re-entry on its fall from orbit it's. hello hospitals in gaza are struggling to cope with the influx of palestinians injured by israeli troops fire at the border doctors say they're running out of medicine and supplies to treat patients many of whom were hit by live ammunition more from her god to help me and. she had to protest with her best friend
wanting to vent a frustration of growing up under siege and with that reckless courage of a teenager money i'm defiantly walk towards defense aware the israeli army was warning against it by a lot and i wanted to show the world that we are still here we are not dead i didn't expect such a reaction from them i kept on looking towards the fence carrying a flag the boys followed us the soldiers could see me the snipers were pointing their weapons. i had a backpack i took it off so they didn't think i was carrying something suspicious i threw some stones hid and then started walking again i turned to look for my friend and i felt an excruciating pain in my leg two beds furder said brain is recovering from a bullet in her arm another in the foot and shrapnel in the stomach at only nineteen her lack of hope is painful to hear. before going out i told my
mother i wasn't planning to come back home i told her i wanted to become a martyr i even said my last prayer when i was standing next to the young boys one of them got shot i got angry they weren't doing anything we were just chatting together. the boy was carried away and cibrian walked up a little closer to the border fence despite did tear gas being fired in her direction and then. like mariam she fell to the ground it was the bloodiest day in gaza since the war in two thousand and fourteen with israel firing live ammunition at crowds of stone throwers hundreds were admitted to hospital doctors say most for gunshot wounds the hospital is overwhelmed by the amount of injured that arrived here in one day but doctors also say they don't have enough equipment or medicine to give the wounded the proper treatment. most of the injuries are in the lower part of the body but doctors were shocked at the extent
of the many patients had large gaping exit wounds doctors say they hadn't seen this before because of the type of. bullets what's. wrong fifteen centimeters. ok so here comes the severe damage of the tissue damage of the nerves and. anything and. the great much of return is a planned six weeks demonstration calling for refugees and their descendants to go back to their family homes in what is now israel large prize i spect it to return to the border on friday to commemorate did dead and honor to wounded everyone aware that it could unravel in the same way that many in gaza say they have nothing to lose what happened to me gaza well despite facing widespread international
condemnation israel denies using excessive force against palestinian protesters stephanie decker reports from west jerusalem. little ball is down to security this is the argument that israel always uses when it is accused of using excessive force it's not the first time it has been accused of that it's army certainly and we had the defense minister avigdor lieberman said that the soldiers basically did exactly what they had to do and that in his opinion they all deserved imaginal now the opinion here of these raging leadership and the army is that groups that they deemed terrorist organizations like hamas and other islamic factions inside gaza are using these protests or hijacking them so to speak to sort of you know breach the border the you know the fence the barrier fence whatever you want to call it and even israel goes as far as to say planting explosive devices but the reality is
you've got tens of thousands of people who are now protesting peacefully at this barrier if we're going to see these protests continue it is a different challenge israel is facing this hasn't happened in gaza before to this scale they're going to have to be very careful as to how they go forward also because the international community has already condemned israel saying it is used excessive force and there should be an independent investigation which of course the defense minister is very clearly said there would be one china has slapped tariffs of up to twenty five percent on more than one hundred twenty u.s. products including pork and wine it affects around three billion dollars worth of imports the move comes after the u.s. raise duties on foreign steel and the minium imports last month beijing says safeguarding china's interests and balancing also is caused by the u.s. tariffs a germ brown joining us from beijing so china had said that it was going to retaliate adrian and now it has. that's right china has made good
on its promise last month that it would respond to president trump's decision to impose tariffs on chinese steel and aluminum imports and now it's given a detailed breakdown of those sectors one hundred twenty eight items in all including pork wine nuts and fruit and those tariffs will be imposed from today so from today it's going to be more expensive for chinese consumers to buy poor can of course pork is a very important part of the diet here in china china has to import pork from the united states and indeed other countries because domestic producers can't produce enough to satisfy demand here in china the question now is what happens next. this is the second round of sanctions that president trump has announced. last month he also said that he was going to be imposing tariffs on some fifty million
fifty billion dollars worth of chinese exports but the united states hasn't actually identified what areas it will be targeting that will happen sometime in the next five to six weeks during that period there's going to be a sort of consultation period as the united states works out what to do next but i think many analysts are worried that this could be the opening salvos in a trade war for the moment it remade trade friction as opposed to a full blown trade war remember so far china has not said it's going to retaliate by targeting you know companies like boeing or companies like apple china is a huge market for both those u.s. companies what worries united states of course is that it believes that china has been indulging in unfair trade practices particularly in the area of intellectual property rights a system whereby u.s. firms operating here in china are having to hand over sensitive data and president
from says that's not on because it's actually costing the u.s. economy jobs so we are now i suppose you know this is not defcon one i would say daryn it's more like you know def con three or four at the moment all right that if you're in brown reporting from beijing thank you donald trump says there will be no deal to protect hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants who arrived in the u.s. as children the president made the announcement about the so-called dreamers on twitter he also threatened to pull out of a free trade agreement with mexico if it doesn't do more to stop people from crossing the border diane easterbrook reports from washington d.c. . president donald trump began easter sunday with a holiday greeting on social media that later degenerated into a twitter rant over his proposed border wall with mexico and threats to dream or immigrants saying these big flows of people are all trying to take advantage of dhaka they want in on the act when asked about the tweets as he headed to church
the president had this to say next ago got the open at the border. a lot of people are coming in because they want to thank you ben. we're going to really see a great democrat. and a great great. deferred action for childhood arrivals or daca has been a bone of contention for president trump his threats to end it have spawned protests across the u.s. doco was created under president barack obama and shields undocumented immigrants who came to the u.s. as children before two thousand and seven last fall president trump gave congress six months to fix dhaka but it failed to do so after negotiations with the white house broke down over immigration policy the administration tried to get the u.s. supreme court to intervene but it refused last month that was forced to renew some docket permits under court order president trump has vacillated on dhaka in
meetings with congressional leaders earlier this year he seemed open to a permanent fix. but in recent weeks his attitude seems to have changed yet again prompted by security issues at the border with mexico and a proposed border wall with america's neighbor to the south that still remains largely unfunded diagnosed a broke al jazeera washington well there was a swift response to trump's comments from mexico from the man who is the favorite to win the presidential election in july and dress money well lopez obrador says he'll demand respect for his country. you know. we're not going to rule out the possibility of convincing donald trump that is foreign policy is room in particular his contemptuous attitude towards the mexicans . we're going to be very respectful towards the government of the united states but we're also going to demand respect to mexicans neither mexico nor its people will
be opinion of any foreign government. costa rica's former labor minister carlos alvarado will be the country's next president the electoral commission says he comfortably want to run off with more than sixty percent of the votes of a rado as from the center left ruling party he defeated an evangelical preacher who opposed same sex marriage activists in the u.s. city of sacramento are keeping up their protest over the police killing of an unarmed black man last month in the latest demonstration a woman was injured after being hit by a police vehicle the rallies organized by the black wives' matter movement are demanding justice for the killing of twenty two year old stefan cork his death has renewed calls for an end to what many see as systematic racism within us police forces still ahead on al-jazeera it's rocks versus guns in kashmir at least four demonstrators are killed as protest erupt over indian army operations
against separatists plus. you know you. through. t.v. pirate chief today we implore the fruits of peace upon the entire world beginning with the beloved and long suffering lead to syria pope francis uses his is the message to call for peace in the middle east. hello there it might be april but it's still snowing for many of us in north america if we look at the satellite picture we can see this area of clouds here and as that works its way eastwards it's bringing us quite a bit of snow particularly to the northeastern parts now that system is fairly short lived and as we head through monday it will be pulling away and there won't be any new snow around just the snow that's already on the ground however there's another weather system that's waiting in the wings that's here and that's working
its way eastwards this is a big snow maker so we're going to see heaviest snow for many of us and in the south where it's just that little bit too mild a force to see snow we'll see a lot of heavy rain so plenty of what weather to come then as we head through the next couple of days meanwhile if we head further south over the central americans here we've had this training front with this over the last day or so that's gradually sinking its way southwards and ahead of it it's a forming quite a few showers so quite a bit of unsettled weather there for the southern part of cuba down through into haiti there for so monday and then that gradually sinks its way southwards as we head through into chews day behind it it will brighten up quite nicely the south america well lots of showers here they're stretching from the northeastern parts of brazil full to lazer there all the way back down towards rio to the south of that though it is looking a little bit drier now. combining
arts untac knology. to challenge soviet era methodology. through making creating and performing. turning a generation of children. into the trailblazers of tomorrow. and after school armenia part of the rebel education series at this time on al-jazeera. hello again the top stories on al-jazeera hospitals in gaza are struggling to cope with the influx of palestinians injured by israeli troops fire at the border many
of the patients have been hit by live ammunition doctors say they're running out of medicine china has slapped tariffs of up to twenty five percent on more than one hundred twenty u.s. products including pork and why the move comes after the u.s. raised duties on foreign steel imports last month and donald trump says there will be no deal to save the deferred action for childhood arrivals or dock it protects hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants who arrived in the u.s. as children he's also threatened to pull out of a free trade agreement with mexico if the country doesn't do more to stop people from crossing the border. the syrian rebel group in the last opposition stronghold in eastern says it has not yet reached a deal with the assad government. denies reports by the government the lebanese group hezbollah that it's agreed to evacuate duma and says they go ca sins are
still going on one of the one hundred thousand civilians are said to be trapped in the town well. toward the neighborhoods of eastern we'll talk on sunday explaining what's happening to the people left in the enclave. we made a decision we will be here if we get it through negotiations it's good but if we do not get it what should we do we are now negotiating with the regime and trying as much as possible to protect our people from danger. separately fighters from the rebel groups have left these pictures from syrian state television are said to show the fighters and their families on government buses heading for the province. pope francis has used his easter message to call for peace around the world about eighty thousand people were in the vatican's same peter square to hear the address in a reference to the violence in gaza he urged to reconciliation in the holy land and
he called for an end to the war in syria. today the fruits of peace upon the. beginning of the beloved and long suffering syria people are worn down by an apparently endless fuel. by the life of the risen christ eliminate the consciences of all political and military leaders so that a swift and maybe the carnage humanitarian law may be respected and provisions be made to the. needed brothers and sisters while also allowing the return of the displaced the world food program has confirmed all the aid supplies stored in a port facility in yemen have been destroyed by fire the blaze broke out on saturday in the hole with the held city of. more than fifty tons of much needed aid was lost this is a further setback to efforts to tackle what the u.n.
calls the world's worst humanitarian crisis with more than twenty two million people in need of help. at least twenty civilians rebels ounce older as have been killed in indian administered kashmir during the deadliest anti-government protests and fighting so far this year the violence broke out simultaneously in several villages in the shop here and hell district paul chandler john reports. security forces in indian administered kashmir opened fire on villagers trying to stop the arrest of suspected on separatists. hiding when the gunfire started we saw security forces everywhere since then only ambulances were seen on the roads carrying the injured by a firing directly. the violence has started in the gunfight between rebels and soldiers while the houses where rebels were holed up burned soldiers fired bullets or guns and tear gas. in all several soldiers along with more than
a dozen rebels and civilians were killed in three villages and i just wanted them as we were offering funeral prayers and tear gas shelling started they fired pellets and tear gas and didn't allow people to participate in the funeral they fired directly at people. during a funeral procession for one of the rebel commanders crowd chanted that those who died are heroes hindu majority india and muslim majority pakistan both claimed the entirety of the now divided territory as their own. was. sitting they think that the kashmiri struggle for freedom will end by such means but god willing the freedom movement will rise like the sun and this struggle belongs to our youngsters. hundreds of villagers along the defacto border between indian and pakistani administered kashmir have been forced to flee their homes because of cross border shelling in
recent months. both countries accuse each other of targeting civilians tens of thousands of people have been killed in the decades old conflict and now the indian government is anticipating more violence. paltrow dirge on al-jazeera a kuwaiti court has sentenced two people to death for the murder of a filipino made the body of joe on a demo felis was found in a freezer and there abandoned apartments in february more than a year after the murder a lebanese man then his syrian wife were arrested in damascus and convicted in absentia the case triggered a diplomatic crisis between kuwait and the philippines. to me in mar where civil war and rapid development in the north has left many internally displaced people fearing they'll never be able to return home in kitchen state the military and rebels have been fighting for decades with accusations of lands being confiscated and exploited by the government's. reports. in northern
maine people displaced by civil war are preparing to stay for the long haul more permanent structures are being created as they find they no longer have access to their land sixty five year old again fled his home seven years ago he would often sneak back to tend to a herd of cattle that is until last year he says his property was taken over by a government linked banana company with chinese investors read them all like they were i don't want anyone to take up on our land i need help to keep the company off my property farm or feed the pigs or cattle good more is one of more than one hundred thousand people driven by fighting to camps like this one along the border with china the rebel could chin independence army has been at war with the mean army on and off for decades fighting for control of the resource rich state.
as ceasefire talks stall and development moves forward a spokesperson for the rebel leadership says they're negotiating to get their people's land back but proving ownership may be difficult and. they have the land registration documents but many lost them when they fled the village because of the fighting even though they lost their papers the government lined office still has the original papers when the i.d.p.'s go back home they should get the landing rights documents back a kitchin civil society group is advise ing some of the key chain in the camps on how to apply for their original plan documents so they can return home resolving land disputes as same as came to achieving peace in the war torn region and are prominent issues in the country's economic and political transition but the organization doubt they will be progress without change to the army written two thousand and eight constitution. we were trying to produce
a new so in order to constitution which ground the. the rise a distant possibility for now leaving many in this camp facing an uncertain future and perhaps no home to return to. al-jazeera in nigeria gunshots and explosions have been heard in the northeastern city of my degrees security forces are said to be battling a large number of fighter is believed to be members of boko haram more from my did riis. the fight is suspected to be members of boko haram sneaked into the villages of jimminy and ballet surely under the cover of darkness and then launched at least ten bombs and it's suspected to be suicide bombs launch on these two villages now this is coming just a few days after the book went on fighters suicide bombers in fact four of them
launched attacks close to what i gather it's an area they have targeted several times on the outskirts of my degree one woman was killed in that attack and the four suicide bombers now this is one of the large scale operations we've seen out on my degree in months bible koran there were gunshots and it's not clear whether the fight is also going to detect and in addition to the suicide bombs that went off in these two villages now this is coming at a time when the nigerian government is also offering amnesty to book why don't fighters who decide to surrender or who are willing to surrender and the question many nigerians are asking why stick to a group that has been technically defeated i looked up and i didn't question the russian behind the declaration by the nigerian government over a year ago that boko haram has been technically defeated was seen book or on launch this attack they have duction of the death she goes in and goes to going to school in northeastern nigeria state of your b.
state as well as similar types we've seen on isolated communities in northeastern nigeria the now i did military battling them in several on several problems and addition to other responsibilities of attack or other containing the violence between farmers and herdsman as well as bandits in other parts of nigeria hundreds of flip rians forced to leave their hometown of tel word that during the civil war a stranded in the desert a deal to allow their return now looks doubtful as barbara and gulp are reports. that's one way blowing through this dense a camp people here were promised they could return to twelve. six years after they were forced from their homes but they have been blocked and even shot at by uniformed and plain clothes forces just twenty seven kilometers from their hometown . of you're here for the sake of our return based on the presidential decree issued in december for return to target on february first all the aid agencies are
delivering food water and medicine conditions a harsh. here we will remain and maybe we will take a decision to travel on once we will have a white flag and an olive branch in the direction of twaddle. the siege of misrata was one of the bloodiest episodes in libya's civil war twerk a fight has many of them descendants of black african slaves for tickets misrata militia to defend the former libyan leader moammar gadhafi some of them were accused of rape and other atrocities against misrata residents in an act of collective punishment the entire city of up to forty thousand people was emptied after gadhafi is for the sake of the wood people were used to a certain way of life and suddenly it changed we were used to houses air conditioners t.v. and cars but now we live in tents there is dust cold and strong winds and we live in very difficult conditions and this is what awaits them into it's
a ghost town but for those determined to return it still has. al-jazeera. an abandoned chinese space laboratory has reentered earth's atmosphere and burnt up a zing space agency lost control off the vessel in two thousand and sixteen. more. in the two thousand and eight fictional thriller gravity sandra bullock plays an american astronaut stranded in space in one of the final scenes she's seen catching a ride back to earth in the chinese space station one that then breaks up in a fiery pieces as it hurtles towards planet earth. gone one space station is real and it really did crash into earth. it was launched in two thousand and eleven and it was china's first space station it served as a laboratory base until controllers lost contact with it two years ago ever since
it's been a giant piece of space debris about the size of a school bus and as this animation shows it's been slowly pulled into earth by gravitational force before a final uncontrolled reentry while dramatic it's not the first such manmade space object to crash back to earth unplanned the largest was a one hundred thirty five ton russian space station mir they broke apart in st erth in two thousand and one. the most spectacular perhaps this unmanned cargo spacecraft that broke apart into streaks of fire and debris as it crashed into the pacific ocean in two thousand and eight showing that what goes up even in space often comes down space is increasingly becoming a very busy place this is a computer generated model time lapse from one nine hundred sixty eight until today showing all of the man made objects that are circling around earth in space right
now all of the blue dots represent the more than sixteen hundred satellites that are currently in space all of the yellow. dots represent debris scientists estimate there are more than half a million pieces of debris in space about twenty thousand of which are big enough to be tracked space debris ranges from things is as big as a rocket to as. small fragmentation debris if it's human made and we put it in space. then its debris every day is something's coming down and we typically see almost a daily reentry of one of the objects china hoping many of their future spacecraft end up in movies and at the same way people. are virginia.
the headlines on al-jazeera hospitals in gaza are struggling to cope with the influx of palestinians injured by israeli troops fire at the border many of the patients have been hit by live ammunition doctors say they're running out of medicine china has slapped tariffs of up to twenty five percent on more than one hundred twenty u.s. products including pork and wine the move comes after the u.s. raised duties on foreign steel and many and imports last month adrian brown has more from beijing hundred twenty eight items in all including pork wine nuts and fruit and those tariffs will be imposed from today so from today it's going to be more expensive for chinese consumers to buy poor can of course pork is a very important part of the diet here in china china has to import pork from the united states and indeed other countries because domestic producers can't produce enough to satisfy demand here in china u.s.
president donald trump says there will be no deal to protect hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants who arrived in the u.s. as children the president's made the announcement about the so-called dreamers on twitter he's also threatened to pull out of a free trade agreement with mexico if it doesn't do more to stop people from crossing the border. at least four civilians have died in protest and southern villages of indian administered kashmir demonstrations broke out after indian forces launched counter insurgency raids overnight killing thirteen rebel fighters . former labor minister carlos alvarado will be the country's next president they have liked toral commission says he comfortably want to run off with more than sixty percent of the votes in nigeria gunshots and explosions have been heard in the northeastern city of my degrees security forces are said to be battling a large number of fighters believed to be members of boko hard as they try to infiltrate the city and abandon chinese space laboratory has crossed back to earth
china's space agency says it mostly burned up on re-entry over the south pacific those are the headlines techno is up next on al-jazeera. in twenty sixteen when he's revealed that girls from me and some as young as fifteen were trafficked to singapore to work as means it's illegal and costing lives so why does it still continue in law abiding singapore want to win east on al-jazeera. al-jazeera. where every.
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