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ah, a french journalist becomes the latest foreign media casualty in ukraine as the french foreign minister visits offering support against the washing invasion ah, elegant on adrian finnegan. this is al jazeera alive from dough ha, also coming up provocation by jewish ultra nationalists in the occupied west bank a day off to violent confrontations with palestinians on israeli flag day. pan shakes at agreements in fiji, but china's economic and security deals with pacific nations fails to take calls. plus, i'm rob reynolds along the banks of the klamath river in northern california,
where the biggest damn removal in us history will soon get underway. we begin a new crane when a french journalist has become relations, media casualty, and 3 months of war, man is understood to be a reporter with b f. m. tv and was killed in the eastern hand sc region. he was reportedly wounded in the neck, but news comes on the day that the french foreign minister visited the ukrainian town of boucher when mass graves were discovered after russian troops left. catherine colona saw an exhibit of photos documenting alleged war crimes. she also plans to meet president below to be at the landscape and go live that a keith. i'll just hear the same. this is the same. what more do we know about how the french journalist died? well, this is certainly an unfortunate coincidence to happen on the day that the new french
foreign minister is visiting ukraine. no doubt bringing the war a little closer to home for the french government as well as the french people. what we know about the incident is it happens somewhere in the loo, hans region. we don't know exactly where as yet, but there is some social media chatter suggested had happened in the besieged ukrainian town to separate the nets, which we know has been under siege by the russians for some time and is currently still undergoing heavy battles. and by all accounts, just moments away from falling into russian control. what we know is from the official in the hans region, the head of the region saying that today our armored evacuation vehicle an armored car that was going to pick up 10 people from the area came under fire, shrapnel from shells pierce the armor of the car, and a fatal wound to the neck was received by an accredited french journalist who was there to document the evacuation of that area in the haunts region. so certainly very unfortunate incidence that has taken place. it brings a total depth of the number of journalists killed covering this war since the
beginning of the russian invasion to about $24.00. that is to lay this estimate, this pales in comparison to the overall official civilian casualty of around $9000.00. some estimates put that number much higher, but it certainly does show how difficult and dangerous it has been for those that have been reporting this war. and tell us more about the french foreign minister and what she's doing that today. well, the latest information will bring you is of a press conference that is happening right now. the meeting of the french foreign minister with ukrainian counterpart has resulted in what is likely to be welcome news by the ukrainian government. we know that the french have committed to delivering more fire trucks, more ambulances, and crucially to the ongoing fighting in the use of the country. they've just confirm they will be delivering more heavy artillery weapons more. how would sir weapons will be making their way from france? to ukraine, to help in the fight in the east and in the south,
but it's still ongoing zeros and just run the reporting live from keith in ukraine . many thanks. detained. a summit of e. u. leaders in the brussels is likely to be dominated by divisions over new sanctions on russia. a major sticking point is the you plan to ban russian oil imports and discussions with you on how to break roches blockade on ukrainian grain and other export. diplomatic, a james base report from brussels among the 1st meetings they, they'll have when they sit down here is one which will be virtually joined by the president of ukraine president lensky. and he'll talk about his needs. he'll talk about the money that ukraine still needs the weapons. it still needs from the countries. there'll be other discussions all i think, really related to ukraine, the global food crisis, looking at the situation that, that grain that is trapped inside ukraine, that is needed to try and get to world markets. but, but the real divisive issue will be on the area of energy and on sanctions. they've
had 5 packages of sanctions that in many ways to surprise the international community. how united and strong the u has been. but the 6 package of sanctions is proving very, very hard for them to negotiate that the european commission came up with the idea of this almost a month ago. the idea was to find the impart impossible russian oil that was uncomfortable for several members. and it was a red line for one of them hungry, which objected to the plan that plan has since been watered down negotiations now or on the basis of all oil that is coming by ship would be banned, but pipeline oil would still be allowed. that still hasn't been agreed yet, and i suspect there will be further discussions going on here. we have a masters discussing it over the weekend. and in the hours before the summer's at least one person's been injured after israeli forces tried to disperse palestinian protest as in the occupied westbank,
they were demonstrating against the group of israeli ultra nationalists who'd march through hebron waving is ready flags that follows violence and occupied east jerusalem on sunday, which the palestinian prime minister homage attire is describing as aggression which crossed all red lines. tens of thousands of israeli ultra nationalists marched through the most and quarter of the old city with flag day. march celebrates the occupation of east jerusalem in 1967. so i, e, lambs, the showers of israel yesterday has crossed all red lines and international treaties with its repeated aggression against alexa and jerusalem harlow. ok, so it attempts to impose a reality what it doesn't align with the historical status quo of relax a mosque, jazel who won't from out 0 need are abraham, who's in ramallah in the occupied westbank, chaos, ballast, simians on the street. they will tell you that these statements are not enough. they want more from their leadership. they've got a city and assorted the has been saying that it's committed to
a peaceful resolution to the complex that they want to be resorting to diplomatic means to having a palestinian state. but on the 3, dallas indians have been seeing israel cementing its occupation increasing the illegal is really 2nd. mm. and that are expanding on palestinian land. they want more. and there's been a debate on social media whether math and the army factions of the gaza strip should have actually launched rock towards israel. many people were saying that, you know, maybe it was wise from the factions not to be. 6 issuing rockets or launching rockets saying that resistance against the radio occupation has different means. and they say that steadfastness in being in jerusalem and in the occupied territory is another form of resistance and fighting. the israeli occupation tension is already rising and burned specifically. and in relation to, sorry,
the upper hammock mark is specifically because i didn't say that is really trying to change the staff the school there. it's going to change its architecture because there is really have imposed some sort of separation between the times when jews can pray and when muslims can pray at the most. recently they've been changing the architecture of the mosque and palestinian. see this as a grave violation to the mosque and to the palestinians. al jazeera media network continues to demand a rapid, independent, and transparent investigation into the killing of its journalist and the occupied west. bank sharing a barclay was shot in the head by his really forces one on assignment and jeanine. on the day of her funeral is where the forces stormed the procession and started to beat mourners calling, causing pull bears to almost drop her casket. that didn't stop thousands of
palestinians marching through occupied east jerusalem to take part in a funeral and burial members of the international community of condemned her killing and continue to call for an investigation. sharina barkley was without us here of 25 years covering the story of the israeli occupation. she was known as the voice of palestine. china's foreign minister has held as had mid mixed success in the latest leg of his pacific diplomatic mission. when he began his to on thursday at the solomon islands, china recently signed a security deal there on monday in fiji. wearing had been expecting to sign a sweeping agreement with foreign ministers from several pacific patients, but that's been shelved. he'll go on 2 kiddos, some oh, up toner van, want to popular new guinea and east timor. wayne hay reports from suva, fuji's, capital. as pacific island nation slowly emerged from the cove at 19 pandemic. a
new diplomatic battle is under way and china is on the offensive. rebuilding the regions economies will take time and outside assistance, and beijing is extending a helping hand. even don't go, don't be too anxious and don't be too nervous because the common development and prosperity of china and all the other developing countries would only mean greater harmony, greater justice and greater progress of the whole world. the latest stop on chinese foreign minister, one year, 10 day tour of the pacific was fiji, where he met prime minister frank bonnie. madame a jill political point scoring means less than little to anyone who's all community is slipping beneath the rising seas. whose job has been lost or pandemic, or whose family is impacted by the ip address in the price of commodities. the main feature of his visit to sue, though, was supposed to be the signing of an agreement with foreign ministers from 10 countries. but it didn't happen the so called common development vision outlines
wide ranging plans to improve relations between china and the island nations, including increased cooperation on security. last month paging signed a security packed with the solomon islands, that some observers say may lead to a permanent chinese military presence there. this vast region, again, finds itself caught in the middle of a much wider struggle for power and influence at the moment being courted economically, isn't a bad situation for these countries to be in. but the area strategic importance has many worried that that struggle could be taken to a dangerous new level. the pacific nations are also on the front lines of climate change. and that's been a feature of the foreign ministers to many countries here are at risk from rising sea levels. and there's a sense there concerns haven't been taken seriously enough by regional powers, australia, and new zealand. despite that, experts, a fiji in particular isn't going to sign any agreements that will harm relations with its allies. figured as i want to have. i think i'm too much dependence on any
one country. ah, and it's, it's very, i think in port for fiji to have good relationships with all the major powers. one ye may not have secured the regional deal he was hoping for, but the chinese will be taking a long term view of their pacific relationships. this has been a highly visible to us so far and that in itself may be viewed as a success. wayne hey, al jazeera soother, fiji still to come here on al serra, a leftist former get over fighter comes out on top and column as presidential election, which now goes to a ronald's i will tell you why pakistan's government has been forced and fuel subsidies. ah hello, we have seen some torrential downpours across south central and some parts of china
. big band of cloud here that of the mayor front of course has just been wriggling its way across. a similar area said day after day. more of that heavy rain just sliding a little further south was through tuesday, dragon, out across the east, china say southern parts of japan, not too bad on tuesday through peninsula warm try and sunny some lovely weather coming through here and that brighter weather will eventually push across the arrest over han, she holler does stay unsettled there for a good part of her kind. i wanted to shout into north korea, dry, sunny, and hearty to northern parts of china. and there you go. the rains continued across southern parts of the country, joining up with a raise that we have a cross, a good part of indo china. the oman seemed apples coming in here. malaysia, generally dry heat of the day showers as per usual, as a similar story there to into indonesia. and as far as in there is concerned, the monsoon rains have now made the way across much of corolla slang passing. heavy
down pools showers there too. when to me and mother ne of india, we have got the pre monsoon showers extending across a good part of central india notting farther north to the north of that. it stays hot. ah, with talk to al jazeera, we are. what is the time table in your mind? when do you think you can be off russian gas? we listen or, and i have seen and played football with these refugees. i look at them and they're happy. they smiling. we meet with global news makers and talk about the stories that matter on al jazeera, the u. s. is always of him for the people. all right, the world people pay attention to what with on here. and i'll just, he was very good that bringing the news to the world from here. lou.
ah, hello again. this is al jazeera, less much of the late news, the south, a french t. v journalist has been killed in east of ukraine. he's the 24th journalist killed while reporting all the war. at least one person's been injured after israeli forces tribes disposed, palestinian protested in the occupied west bank. they were demonstrating against the group of his wally ultra nationalists who marched through hebron waving flags. china as it's agreed to work closely with fiji as foreign minister when he continues a diplomatic tool across the pacific. but of treyvan security agreement with 10 island nations to to be signed on monday has been shelved a former rebel fighter has come out on top and columbia's presidential election.
but gustavo, petro didn't win enough votes to avoid a run off against his wife wing challenger, or some of amputee reports now from bogota. ha, it's an historic result for a leftist candidate in columbia. but more than 8 and a half 1000000 votes from a rebel fighter, gustavo faith, looking clearly on top in the 1st round of the presidential election, running on the promise of profound economic and social change, paid through, managed to get 40 percent of the vote. 10 percentage short of what he needed for an outright victory. oh, coronel cumby up. will it come? yes, kristen, there are changes that are empty. there are changes that don't lead to real change . we want to invite all of colombian society to embrace real change. yet his success was diminished by the surprise. second place of those living man, this a 77 year old businessman who rose in the polls in the last 2 weeks as an unexpected anti corruption, crusader. oh man. this
a former mayor of the city of book had a manga managed to present himself as an alternative anti establishment candidate. despite being investigated himself for a number of wrong doings. he has been compared to a colombian version of trump, and in the past said he was an admirer of others. hitler. yet his message connected with many frustrated columbian voters in a campaign mostly conducted on social media. or you saw the moscow, you know, alone. we see that citizens have the will to end corruption as a system of government today. the country of cheap politics and corruption lost the corrupt to thought they would govern forever. last figured. equal gutierrez, the defeated candidate, backed by the traditional establishment immediately and doorstep. man, this 4 to run off against what he calls the dangers of a petra's presidency. our mandate is potentially tetanus foresight. now i'm around and the alexa and pedro campaign was really confident that given around with
what a one given that he has his strong association with the re, amicable in the savage man. the whole situation changes now given his anti establishment discourse. his origins, outside of politics is most clearly an outsider. the main takeaway here is that these results represent, 1st and foremost, as standing blow to columbia traditional conservative establishment. the question for gustavo petro though, is that if he now will be able to convince enough people that voted for a golfer man, this, that he represents the true change that columbia needs. alexander m p, at the al jazeera of overtime. the u. s. president is promising action on gun control after meeting grief parents and texas as john henry report style from val day. joe biden visited the school when 19 children and 2 teachers were shot dead last week. president joe biden visited the scene of the latest school shooting,
adding flowers to the growing memorial, rob elementary school, the biden's view, $21.00 portraits of grief, pausing at each to pay their respects. the 1st couple attended mass. it's sacred heart. catholic church before speaking privately to the families who lost 19 children and 2 teachers, ah many welcome the high profile visitor. it shows that a nation so hordes, the families and reason, the phone with this isn't biden's country. this community voted for donald trump by a margin of 15 percent. oh, i know. and feeling degree, i don't think it's necessary. at any time, much of this town of 16000 can be found here in the center of town.
ah. oh. for a song, the comfort of company in shared gree. ah, oh. you've all the town square features. $21.00 white crosses, one for each of the victims of today's massacres. and now they're almost entirely obscured by the thousands of flowers that people bring by. it wasn't on president biden's agenda today, but it serves as a spot for people to come and pay their respects. among those who came are local residents, veronica mendez, and maria gear elsewhere the world. you don't, any civilian has no access to this type of weapons. some proponents are gone, he would say mention a bad you know, the solution is army teachers of your teachers. you say, do you want to carry
a gun? no, 6 year old kid in there. don't know how to defend himself from a shooter. after video surfaced of parents urging police to go inside, officers acknowledged it was a mistake to wait 78 minutes to enter the classroom and stop the gunman. i'm on the screen. i have to do it on sunday, the department of justice announced it would investigate why they took so long. it was not the 1st mass shooting scene biden is visited and it's unlikely to be the last town in his tenure left to grapple with grief. john henderson al jazeera, you've all day texas. the head of the methodist church in nigeria has been kidnapped along with 2 priests, lisa florence and operation to find them. samuel cano was returning home when he was seized, and the se, in sight of albia kidnappings for ransom are common in many parts of nigeria, but a less frequent in the south east. for demonstrations are expected against military
rule in saddam, despite a parent attempts by the john to to book kate anti government. just as a state of emergency and bruised officer, the military seized control last october was lifted on sunday. more than 60 detainees have been released. the ruling council says the decision was to come to facilitate what it calls fruitful and meaningful dialogue. odyssey was here, morgan reports from courtroom protesters have been determined to take to the streets since the military takeover, despite the fact that the state of emergency that was in place meant that they will be arrested by security forces. the state of emergency gave additional powers to security forces to arrest protesters and political activists that has not deterred them from taking bit to the streets. and they have announced that they will be taking to the streets not just on monday, but in the coming days, especially on june to do it june. 3rd, the day that commemorates the anniversary of the attack on a pro democracy sitting in front of the military headquarters. but political parties have welcomed them move. they said that this will pave way for more
conducive environment to hold talks of the military. regarding the rest of the transition period on the day of the takeover, general abdel put there and pro hahn said that elections will be held in 2023. and that political parties should be focusing on batt, but the takeover created a political deadlock. now many political parties have been very careful about wanting to whole direct talk, talks with the military. they, nat admissions has been trying to facilitate talks. but it also has been calling for the lifting of the state of emergency saying that will create a conducive environment, a fruitful way to try to end that deadlock. so it looks like if it does not com, the public anger and the protesters on the streets, one thing it would do is try to ease the, the, the tensions between the political parties and the army to try to pay for talks to end the political stage that has been created as a result of the deadlock people in pakistan, a growing frustrated with the new government's failures. a rain in rising inflation shoe subsidies were recently scrapped due to pressure from the i m f which is
negotiating a financial bailout. i'll just say was come, i'll hide a reports from his mom about less than 2 months after shabba should eve void warning at the country. prime minister, he addressed his nation for the 1st time and said that he would ford to increase the prices of fuel by 20. but then, because of the conditionality employed by the international monetary fund budget on right now is facing the highest inflation rate in asia. we're doing it just behind it, a lanka, and i did an alarming train because the night and fuel prices will need to escalating prices at a time when the country only has then point $2000000000.00 read up, which is less than 2 months of import, dated august on of got it looking for help from china. that agreement didn't to work. but the next 2 months will be pretty good. and it is considerable anger
across pakistan over doug explanation and prices fuel prices. all always impact the poor. the people who are living under the poverty line and the people in the middle class and the lord ridiculous suffer from it. so the price, i think, is a very, very good, a judgment from the government and the are backing of the government still has some hard bog gaining. i hate when it comes to the dog through the international monetary fund. but it also said that the subsidies were put in place by the previous government and that the government had no other choice. but to remove them, dounia may, per, drawn, the price of fuel across the globe to skyrocketing with oil producers and develop countries under huge strain. but unfortunately, when the form of government for their own political gain has announced a subsidy at a time when there is no room for it in pakistan's treasury i. though,
john and that i've got really mean that the opposition, which is being led by enron hahn, is likely to add to the problems because budget dawn can not afford political instability at that time. like this when it's economy is in dire straits. now the previous government had agreed with the international monetary fund for a $6000000000.00 loan. half of dad was paid $900000000.00 drawn to a left by the i m f objected because the previous government had for subsidy on energy such as the electricity and gas, and also fuel prices. the i m f of got that don't subsidy and have to go in order for august on to mid range. and conditionality of the international monetary fund such seems in the pol, have recovered the bodies of all but one of the $22.00 passengers and crew from sundays plane crashed the tara at turboprop. so had
a bad weather on the way from the tourist town of po kata. johnson, the rouge is popular with mountain hikers, as well as pilgrims visiting a temple. the largest dan removal operation and u. s. history is due to begin in california. it's part of a white of trend with almost 60 hydro electric times torn down over the past 2 decades, as rob rentals report so from home brook. this latest operation isn't just about the environment. the klamath river meanders through steep mountains and lush forests. it's banks are home to ospreys, and green, blue herons, and playful busies of otter's fishing gun jack trout is worked here for 29 years. there is something about the klamath river. a that just makes me feel better about life in floating feeling, the waves. but in spite of the period abundance trout believes the klamath is in
crisis. there was something terribly wrong with the salmon ram. and i mean the spawn was just here and gone so fast. it wasn't natural. salmon were once incredibly abundant. here they were the corner stone of the ecosystem and the main food source for indigenous people in the region. the, your rock, the hoopa, and the carrack, those days are gone. this is the iron gate damn one of several built decades ago for hydro power. it blocks off the salmon from their spawning grounds up stream. the fish have steadily declined ever since it was built on dams. when and we saw these huge population crashes and salmon and other species, these salmon fry are swimming in a hatchery just below the dam. but hatchery fish, a failed to restore the salmon population for the tribal people. the result has
been disastrous without recourse to their traditional diet of salmon rates of diabetes and heart disease have sword. so it's really hard to emphasize just how important the salmon are to us. i mean, for me, it's not just a food source, it's also the connection to my ancestors. now, after decades of negotiation and bureaucratic delay, the iron gate dam is going to be torn down. the process will take several years and will be the largest dam removal in u. s. history. when this dam and the others along the klamath river are finally removed, native americans and others who depend upon the river hope that it will once again flow free and clean and full of salmon, all the way to the sea. from here at the mouth of the klamath salmon travel up stream to spawn after their mysterious journeys in the pacific ocean where intertwined.