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continues for lebanon's prime minister a saudi arabia and kuwait tell their citizens to leave the country immediately. hello again on felicity barger watching al-jazeera live from london also coming up . leaked e-mails from the u.a.e. ambassador to the u.s. allegedly show a plan to destroy katter's economy. the syrian army says it's now in control of one of the last remaining pockets of territory being held by isong. and harare's international airport is renamed after president mugabe supporters say it honors a war hero the opposition says it's an insult. although saudi arabia and kuwait have joined the u.a.e.
in ordering their citizens to leave lebanon it comes amid heightened tensions with the lebanese group has a law on its back a iran and there are questions over the whereabouts of prime minister saad hariri political parties demanding he returns to beirut five days after he announced in riyadh that he was stepping down a result says he is still in the saudi capital and did nice is being held there against his will and now that you see. the return of prime minister saad hariri head of the future movement is necessary in order to restore the internal and external balance of lebanon with full respect to liberties that just a mistake in accordance to the constitution and to the thai if accord and with respect to the arab and international legitimacy we confirm our support for prime minister hariri and for all the decisions he makes under any circumstances. this update from beirut. the political party of saddle how do you say that it is
necessary that the prime minister immediately returns to lebanon saying that this is of course necessary to restore stability in the country the political party in that statement stopping short of actually saying that they believe that the prime minister is detained that he is being held against his will in fact we called how do these office to ask them whether or not they believed this was the case and the response we got was we have no information so the political party saying he must return immediately there is throughout the day we have what we understand even the president the speaker of parliament they are concerned they are worried about the well being of saddle how d.d. and they've been in contact with foreign dignitaries to try to help them understand you know the fate of a he made a sudden announcement that he was resigning on saturday from riyadh and ever since he's made no other statement we've seen him yes in abu dhabi holding talks with the
rulers there in the day before we saw him sitting with with the saudi king but we haven't heard from the prime minister himself so a lot of concern about the fate of saddam how did he at the same time saudi arabia calling on its citizens to immediately leave lebanon on statements like this undoubtedly is just going to cause even more tension saudi arabia making it very clear that it intends to step up action against lebanon or against those who who support hezbollah in lebanon the saudis state minister for gulf affairs actually tweeting and saying that expect eskil atory measures but they're not saying what measures they're going to take against lebanon it has to be made clear that the saudi the resignation of saddam had it was a saudi move against hezbollah and saudi officials have made it very clear to lebanese officials either you curb hezbollah's influence and you are on our side or you will be considered an enemy so very uncertain times in lebanon. or france's
president says he will discuss hariri with the saudi crown prince during a last minute visit to riyadh speaking in dubai emmanuel markram was asked about his contact with her rear e. and whether the lebanese prime minister might be heading for france. back to inform me. that we've had some informal contact which doesn't give me anything so officially regarding this today all accounts says we did not receive any such request well iraq's foreign minister is appealing against any escalation of violence in the region speaking to al jazeera abraham al jaafari warned it would be impossible to contain fighting to a single area. of move if a war erupts in any place the rest of us will be affected with weapons which travel across continents and not just cities or countries you can start a war but you cannot end it if a war starts you cannot limit the losing parties it will reach the rest saudi arabia's attorney general says he's now question two hundred eight people as part
of what officials are calling an anti corruption crackdown he says the investigation has uncovered around one hundred billion dollars worth of fraud well family members officials and prominent business men are among those being held in a luxury hotel in the capital riyadh critics say crown prince mohammed bin soundman is leaving the crackdown in an effort to consolidate his power. the whistleblower group global leaks has released what appears to be a plan by the united arab emirates to destroy katter's economy and eventually jeopardize the hosting of the twenty twenty two world cup the plan was found in a hax e-mail account of the u.s. ambassador to the united states use of tiber global leaks handed over the files to the online news outlets the intercept unofficial reports from washington d.c. . you use colorful and controversial ambassador to the u.s. use of allah tiber has been at the center of leak controversies in the past in
recent months it was claimed the u.a.e. paid influential think tanks to back their worldview in washington according to a series of leaked emails now it's alleged an elaborate overly ambitious plan to wage financial an economic war in qatar through bond and debt manipulation has reportedly been found on his computer according to the website the intercept they would then take these these bonds according to the plan and swap them back and forth among parties who from the outside look like they're independent but are actually the same people as like me and you're trading a bond back and forth and that creates an illusion of volatility and with people aware that there is this political crisis going on then they plan as they see this enhanced volatility and traders start to panic and say oh my god something must be going on here we need to sell our own our own could tare debt which drives the price down further the outline for the plan was allegedly drawn up by the private bank havilland although it's based in luxembourg it's owned by
a british banking family with close ties to the u.a.e. the ultimate goal create a crisis which would force the qataris to step in to support their currency draining the country's cash reserves through these leaks the narrative in washington has changed from what was considered primarily to be. a response of qatari foreign policy to now a manufactured crisis by the other party to the conflict the u.a.e. and saudi arabia lead a group of mainly gulf nations which have imposed a partial blockade and cut off diplomatic relations to qatar international efforts to broker a settlement have come to nothing the scheme to interfere with the debt and bond market was always unlikely to succeed there are just too many variables but now it's been made public the financial markets will be watching more closely for any attempted manipulation alan fischer washington. the syrian army says it's now in control of the eastern city of alba to myself isis withdrew the border city was one
of the last remaining pockets of territory in syria held by the group. of eight has more from gas. water. these are syrian iraqi fighters from iran backed shia militias celebrating the defeat devices in amman the city was the last stronghold on the syrian side of the self declared islamic state the syrian military claimed victory but with the acknowledgement of help from its partners the depleted army of president bashar al assad has only been able to make gains with military assistance from russia and iran. units from syrian forces in cooperation with allies liberated the city of albert in the suburb of derry the last i saw stronghold in the eastern region this is a strategic achievement is also a starting point for the elimination of the remaining terrorist organizations in all the different names throughout the country. i see videos and statements earlier
denied the advances and reported fierce fighting but the stronghold its propaganda used to new fighters with is gone. reports from the contested there are problems suggest few pockets of isis fighters remain on either side of the iraqi syrian border the fighting has destroyed many eyes and head cities and the real challenge will be to rehabilitate people we still do not have access to city as u.n. . the main reason is that the place is peppered with unexploded. bombs explosives. the fight against isis in the urban centers may be over but the conflict in syria still continuing these are syrian democratic forces or as the f. backed by u.s. soldiers and support they're also making gains in that there are province on the eastern side of the euphrates river the defeat of i salute remove the common enemy
and serious complex war president bashar al assad's government has promised that it will take back all territory that it once lost and that puts its iran and russia back fighters in militias on a confrontational par with u.s. and saudi backed fighters on the job or the other they are young and well ahead of the un humanitarian task force for syria is warning that hundreds of thousands of people near damascus a facing a complete catastrophe yan egland says it's hard for international aid to reach those in need and while the situation is tough the syrians everywhere nowhere is as bad as on the outskirts of the capital this center of suffering has four hundred thousand civilians. men women and children in a dozen beseeched towns and villages. since september it's been completely sealed off until september there was
some access through with commercial and other traffic. now the only lifeline would be our convoys. so there is an accumulated number now of around four hundred. men women and children i would estimate maybe three quarters of them women and children that need to be evacuated now. spain's supreme court charge has ruled that the catalan parliament speaker can be released on bail of one hundred seventy five thousand dollars for goodell and five regional lawmakers have been testifying on charges of sedition rebellion and misuse of public funds in connection to catalonia his controversial secession bed speaker will be held in custody until the bail is paid the whole has been following the case from barcelona. well after a marathon day of hearings in the supreme court in madrid with the prosecution
ardently arguing for karma for cordell the speaker of the now dissolved parliament in catalonia and five of its and p's to be jailed pending trial on charges of rebellion sedition and the misuse of public funds the judge in the supreme court decided instead to grant mrs ford codell her freedom conditional release on bail of a hundred seventy five thousand dollars when she's able to pay it four of the other m.p.'s out on twenty five thousand each and the fifth on conditional release they all have to pay regular visits to the court pending trial which could be a process some years in length in the meantime momentum for goodell and he is a significant figure in the independence movement here gets to return to barcelona and campaign freely towards the election due on december the twenty first an election that will be quite possibly be do or die for the independence movement here the independence movement deeply demoralized by the jailing of eight of its
ministers in madrid its party split unable to reach a coalition agreement to campaign together to try and regain their parliamentary majority perhaps the only rallying point they now have are these eight prisoners widely now being described as political prisoners and the hope that with these prisoners come more support to the ball i stay with us because still ahead on the program and in the show main situation aid workers describe conditions inside australia's not asylum detention center where death and illness are inevitable plus . i'm wayne hay reporting from vietnam where world leaders are arriving in the city of dunning to talk trade and the contrast in policies of china is globalization and united states protectionism.
however at last we got some pleasant heat coming into southern parts of australia still a little bit of cloud moving through the bite making its way further but we have got high pressure in charge across at southeastern corner so we're drawing the air in from the north all the northeast come adelaide on friday afternoon temperatures here at around thirty celsius not too bad in melbourne getting out to around twenty four degrees and we're going to see those temperatures hovering around this kind of valley as we go on through the next couple of days for perth highs around twenty seven degrees a little bit of cloud there just coming out to western australia into south australia by saturday fun and dry there perth twenty nine celsius chance of a little bit of wet weather just making its way towards south australia thirty one celsius in adelaide temperatures edging up to twenty six there for melbourne and on the other side of the tasman not faring too badly here but you wouldn't exactly say it was all the warm side of the wet weather into northern areas of new zealand so
just around oakland you can expect to see a little bit of wet weather for a time fifteen celsius there in christchurch bright and dry saturday as well as for friday meanwhile any dry and bright weather that we do have in japan is in the process of making its way a little further east was fine on friday but soaking wet saturday. a mass exodus hundreds of thousands of have fled ethnic cleansing you mean more for bangladesh when the world's poorest countries when used investigates what their future holds at this time on al-jazeera. we understand the differences and the similarities of cultures across the world. so no matter where you call home al-jazeera will bring in the news and current affairs that matter to. al-jazeera.
again and reminder of the top stories. in saudi arabia have joined bahrain and the u.a.e. in ordering their citizens to leave lebanon as part of an escalating crisis that began with a shock was a nation of the lebanese prime minister saad hariri. leaked e-mails from the u.a.e. ambassador to the united states appear to show a plan by the united arab emirates economy and jeopardize the hosting of the twenty twenty two world cup the whistleblower group global leaks handed over the files to the online news outlets the intercept. and spain supreme court judge has ruled that the castle and parliament speaker can be released on bail of one hundred seventy five thousand dollars. five regional lawmakers happy testifying on charges of
sedition rebellion and misuse of public funds in connection to cattle and his controversial bet. the un and more than twenty eight agencies of warning that the saudi like coalitions tightening of the blockade on yemen could lead to mass starvation within weeks they are calling for the opening of all and seaports closed off to saturday's attempted missile attack on riyadh more than twenty million people need humanitarian assistance including seven million facing famine like conditions. today marks the fifth day since the saudi led coalition has imposed a complete blockade on yemen since sunday the coalition has not facilitated any humanitarian movements into or out of yemen carrying relief items and aid workers are humanitarian colleagues tell us they've heard of health facilities shutting down because they cannot cover the increased fuel costs and water pumping stations
have also been impacted aid workers say hundreds of refugees left by the australian government at a disused naval base in papa new guinea are living in dire conditions they say the situation is so bad that many of them are likely to become ill or die in the coming days because shop reports. these pictures of conditions inside the prison camp on popular new guinea are the first to show how conditions have deteriorated since authorities officially shut it down the video sent by a refugee gives an indication of what life is like for the refugees now that the power and the water have been cut off course to turn it back on from a spiral way is the united nations have been ignored this is home for nearly six hundred men who came from war ravaged countries across asia and the middle east refugees from my mom afghanistan and iraq asylum seekers from iran in sri lanka the
shared dream was to reach australia but this is where they've ended up. find a squalid abandon a naval base rainwater collected in rubbish bins because they're too nice and you know. they're not the place that. many people. got you know because i. was flown to papua new guinea on a stray an air force transports cambra has steadfastly refused to accept anyone who tried to reach the country by boat for four years australia has paid papua new guinea to house the asylum seekers but the detention center was ordered shut up in new guinea supreme court ruled that it was unconstitutional to host such a camp but the man fearful of threats from local residents say they would prefer this existence and shelter in towns where they don't feel safe and aid workers have little faith in the military and police ability to protect them my fear. in the six
hundred men who refuse to look it. is. our government. force and no peace force i know. we. know this is a big problem aid workers believe the security forces plan to move the refugees out of the camp in the next few days by force if necessary to shop al-jazeera the international criminal court in the hague has approved a request to investigate war crimes allegedly committed by bear in these government and its supporters they're accused of launching systematic attacks on the ruling party's opponents twenty fifteen the i.c.c. says enough evidence was presented to warrant an investigation including allegations of murder torture and rape rest began in april twenty fifth day when president pierre currency's announced he would seek a third term in office. u.s.
president donald trump has pressed china's leaders to do more to rein in north korea trump says president xi jinping as government could curb the escalating tensions on the korean peninsula quickly and easily but she responded saying only diplomacy would solve the crisis both countries also signed two hundred fifty billion dollars worth of trade deals although it's not clear how many are binding or donald trump's next stop is vietnam where he will attend the asia pacific economic cooperation summit top of the agenda is likely to be trade with more than half of apec members trying to sign a multilateral deal that the u.s. has withdrawn from al-jazeera swaine hey reports from the mowing of the vietnamese city hosting a summit. more than fifty years ago united states marines came ashore in dun neighing and waded into the vietnam war it was a disastrous failed campaign in the name of defeating communism today the red flag
still flies in vietnam but the government embraces capitalism. among the reforms that have taken place is the privatization of many bloated state owned companies this shrimp processing factory was sold to private owners in one thousand nine hundred seventy and now employs three thousand people and sends its products around the world you know learning a lot other country. when other countries technology we can impart that and we can. so that we can. push our industry with one of the world's fastest growing economies vietnam is being held up as an example of what open trade can do. but as host of the asia pacific economic cooperation summit is at the center of a new struggle between the united states and china which are both vying for influence in asia the respective presidents coming to apec have contrasting views on the best way for countries to do business with one another. she jinping is
a globalist and is backing the proposed trade deal known as the regional comprehensive economic partnership involving sixteen countries donald trump is seen as a protectionist and prefers bilateral deals instead of multilateral ones like the trans-pacific partnership that he withdrew from the remaining eleven countries including vietnam are forging ahead when the t p p was signed last year vietnam was touted as one of the big winners from the deal because of its strong export led economy even though the united states has pulled out the vietnamese government still wanted to go ahead and is pushing for a new agreement to be reached this week some experts believe the summit will provide an opportunity for a pick members to try to convince donald trump to. think differently about trade. it should be a trade in this totality is not just merchandise assembly of things around the world i phone i pads and all that sort of thing that us is losing our income would be brought back to us but us can go into this so-called new digital economy
vietnam has been transformed since the war ended in one nine hundred seventy five the u.s. trade embargo was withdrawn free market fire has been lit there's no sign of it being extinguished wayne hay al-jazeera donning vietnam a new york premiere of comedian louis c.k. is controversial new film i love you daddy has been canceled amid sexual misconduct allegations five women have told the new york times that the fifty year old acted sexually inappropriate played with them on a number of occasions we see kay is known for his emmy award winning t.v. series louie and performing sold out shows to his stand up comedy his new film has the story of a t.v. producer who seventeen year old daughter falls in love with a sixty eight year old filmmaker. aurore international airport has been renamed off to zimbabwe's president robert mugabe it comes as tension grows within his ratings
on. this week mcgarvey fired his longtime ally the former vice president a missing woman who slides to south africa critics accuse mugabe of trying to purge his rivals and tracing the country like his own property. has more from harare. president robert mugabe supporters say they're honoring a great man who helped end white minority rule and gave land to blacks and that's why they've renamed harare's international airport to robert gabriel mugabe international airport but opposition leaders say this is an insult to zimbabweans. to capture important national traditions. to be the vice president. of the states on monday the ninety three year old. one of his two deputies war veterans who for to liberate.
his own personal property on the streets of harare people had this reaction to the name change does not take this country making a big. dent. place in this. that is not easily influenced. this. is the. zimbabweans are also worried about the ailing economy. but this is a shortage of food prices keep rising and the country is the highest unemployment rate in the world some people say renaming and upgrading the. but at a cost of one hundred and fifty three million dollars should it be. the cash government recently announced plans to build
a one billion dollar university named after mcgarvie economists say the country can't afford it. al-jazeera. in the u.s. some residents of central pennsylvania evolving to continue the fight against a new natural gas pipeline despite setbacks in court president trump has voiced his support for such projects despite growing controversy over the industry. has more now from lancaster in pennsylvania. so yeah this was an active site where there were dozens of trucks and lots of people working just yesterday the heavy equipment sat idle in rural lancaster county pennsylvania melinda clattered bug and her group lancaster against pipelines had just won an order in federal court to stop construction. just a few weeks ago she and twenty two other opponents of the new atlanta externalize natural gas pipeline were arrested trying to stop it from being built they view the pipeline as a threat to both the local environment and the long term sustainability of the
planet it seems like a violation of our personal private property rights if the industry is given the right to take our land through condemnation by in that domain for their private gain and use and yet we're bearing the brunt of the destruction in the damage that's being done to it and a lot of people are really opposed to it for that reason before melinda and other opponents could even savor their victory they received word that an appeals court had lifted the construction ban the atlantic sunrise pipeline is a three billion dollar project the three hundred plus new cooperators of pipeline will increase the company's capacity to deliver natural gas and meet growing demand but opponents in the area say that most of the products will be sold overseas the company building the pipeline and says pennsylvanians will also benefit from the natural gas and twenty five hundred local construction jobs but those in the pipelines way clued in an order of catholic nuns was a corn field a very healthy looking corn field accuse the companies of overstating the economic
benefits while downplaying environmental concerns we need to look at different ways of meeting these needs. there is sustainable fuel a lot of it hasn't been developed yep and personally i think that people. can invest their money in there at the construction that is dividing the community may now go ahead but three legal challenges continue to make their way through federal court even as the opponents promise more acts of civil disobedience to try to stop it kristen salumi al-jazeera lancaster pennsylvania. let's take you to abu dhabi where the opening ceremony of the first louvre museum outside france's has been taking place the new billion dollar building was unveiled by the french president emmanuel michel it's taken a decade to construct and hold six hundred permanent artworks and three hundred
loaned from france. boasts a decorated dome designed to allow the desert sun to filter through insight. and a reminder of the top stories on al-jazeera kuwait and saudi arabia have joined by her reign and the u.a.e. in ordering their citizens to leave lebanon is part of the escalating crisis that began with the shock resignation of the lebanese prime minister saad hariri furies office says he's still in the saudi capital and denies he's being held against his will and release political party is now demanding he return to beirut five days after him else he was stepping down while in riyadh. the return of prime minister saad hariri head of the future movement is necessary in order to restore the internal and external balance of lebanon with full respect eliminates the git him a seat in accordance to the constitution and to the tie if accord and with respect
to the arab and international legitimacy we confirm our support for prime minister hariri and for all the decisions he makes under any circumstances saudi arabia's attorney general says two hundred and eight people have been questioned as part of what officials are calling an anti corruption crackdown he says the investigation has uncovered around one hundred billion dollars worth of fraud well family members officials and prominent businessmen are among those being held in a luxury hotel in the capital riyadh critics say crown prince mohammed bin solomon is leading the crackdown to try to consolidate his power. the syrian army says it's now in control of the eastern city of al book about laughter if true it was one of the last remaining pockets of territory in syria held by the armed groups are still has been losing ground since the south declared capital rocko captured in october by syrian rebels. saying supreme court judge has ruled that the catalan parliament
speaker can be released on bail of one hundred seventy five thousand dollars. and five regional more make him testifying on charges of sedition and misuse of public funds in connection to catalonia his controversial secession the speaker will be held in custody until the bail is tight and those relations headlines say on al jazeera stay with us next it is one i want to. witness documentaries that open your eyes at this time on al-jazeera. for generations muslim injun in me and maher have faced persecution. in august this year army hinge of fighters fought back attacking security checkpoints.