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al jazeera it's swept every since. all about america first. the u.s. president defends. the crown prince. may have known about the. outrage over. says america should not.
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also ahead. and. so warm mexico. the u.s. . u.s. president has appeared to side with saudi arabia's crown prince. over the murder of . despite cia report concluded the crown prince ordered the killing trump says the u.s. intends to remain
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a steadfast part of saudi arabia she has more from washington d.c. . here by. our white house thanksgiving tradition of the president of turkey to go to groom significance this year a short time donald trump that made it clear he was giving the saudi crown prince a pass in the killing of saudi journalist jamal khashoggi in a paragraph statement filled with the rhetorical flourishes the exclamation marks on slogans characteristic of the president's tweets doldrums. made his argument king solomon and crown prince mohammed bin salman vigorously deny any knowledge of the planning and execution of the murder of mr khashoggi our intelligence agencies continue to assess all information but it could very well be that the crown prince had knowledge of this tragic events maybe he did and maybe he didn't our relationship is with the kingdom of saudi arabia donald trump went on they have been a great ally in our very important fight against iran the united states intends to
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remain a steadfast partner of saudi arabia to ensure the interests of our country israel and all other partners in the region very simply it is called america first basically he was saying that our relationship has saudi arabia sold porn really doesn't matter later in the day mr trump was asked about his staunch support for the saudis we're not going to give up hundreds of billions of dollars in orders and let russia china and everybody else have a it's all about for me very simple it's america first after talks with my pump aoe in washington the turkish foreign minister also discussed the complexity of his nation's relations with saudi arabia making it clear that i'm greg did not want to sabotage those links but he added this we know well that the team who came to stumble did not come because they wanted to but they came at the request of somebody we know though that this person is not the king there was a withering response from the washington post who wrote for and journalists rights groups president trump is correct in saying the world is
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a very dangerous place the washington post said in a statement his surrender to the state ordered murder will only make it more so an innocent man brutally slain deserves better as does the cause of truth justice and human rights in this failure of leadership from president trump it now falls to congress to stand up for america's true values and lasting interests the committee to protect journalists tweeted this if you boil the white house statement down to its essence president trump has just asserted that if you do enough business with the us you are free to murder journalists that's an appalling mess. to send to saudi arabia or the world but it seems the trouble ministration has made a decision not to be concerned by the ridicule and disbelief that is greeted its arguments and ultimate position on the killing she abrahams the old zero washington now reaction to trans comments was quick and scathing zot former cia director john brennan tweeted since mr trump excels in dishonesty it's now up to members of
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congress to obtain and declassify the cia findings on kushal g.'s death no one in saudi arabia most especially the crown prince should escape accountability for such a heinous act the former us ambassador to the u.n. condemned trump and pompous response over twitter saying it is a mean and nasty world to trump siding with the meanest and nasty ist out there the third thing c.c. prove ten or assassin m.b.'s will leave the world even nastier the statement is a green light for would be murderers and countries that have things that trump things we need let's go now to our correspondent mike hanna he's joining us live from washington d.c. and republicans and democrats united in their opposition to trump statement mike indeed yes it's an absolutely bipartisan reaction an absolute anger among members of congress they are adamant that they will seek legislation in the senate and in the house to impose sanctions in saudi arabia and are adamant to that they want the
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investigation into the murder of shogi continued president trump appeared to wave it away its implication was that the investigation it ended with the statement but members of congress are absolutely adamant they will not let it go they are going to push for further action to be taken. and what would they like better action to be mike as well as the sort of sanctions that we've heard spoken about we also heard that they want the cia to declassify this document and make the findings public how likely is that. well once again that is something that's a bit more difficult the cia can only do so under the instructions of the president too it would appear as no intention of making any cia findings of the at all but what congress can do is introduce legislation now we're hearing that they will do
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so as soon as next week there was a bill in the senate that had been introduced which provides for sanctions in saudi arabia with regard to its war in yemen now the senators have said they are going to push ahead with that bill next week even that though it is a lame duck session the new members of congress have not taken their seats yet so that is on the one element on the other element what has happened way back in november the senate foreign relations committee sent president trump a letter demanding that he investigate the murder and that he imposed sanctions in terms of what is called the global magnitsky act which provides for accountability for human rights abuses now the same committee the states and the president yet another letter reminding him that this investigation is still ongoing and getting very specific to saying it once seemed to include in its is investigation to find out who killed jamal khashoggi was it the crown prince hama been summoned so
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congress a using every measure that it can to put pressure to bear on president trump and we're very likely to see legislation introduced republican senator lindsey graham making quite clear that there is so much bipartisan support within the senate to get further details about the death of jamal khashoggi that it's certainly something that is going to happen and it could happen very soon mike thank you very much for that for now that is mike hanna live in washington d.c. thank you. now in his defense of the u.s. saw the relationship donald trump statement on the included some barbs aimed at iran he opened the statement he was impaled on a sample to show how quote dangerous the world is well immediately afterwards iran's foreign minister mohamad java serif replied in a tweet saying mr trump bizarrely devotes the first paragraph of his shameful statement on saudi atrocities to accuse iran of every sort of malfeasance he can think of perhaps what also responsible for the california fires because we didn't
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help break the forests just like the finns did. or tribes comments on iran coincided on tuesday with new sanctions against russian and iranian companies the us state department says they're shipping millions of barrels of oil to syria in violation of u.s. sanctions it also accuses iran and russia of using the revenues to help fund the syrian government allies which the u.s. considers terrorist groups secretary of state says the transactions undermine the judgment efforts to resolve the war in syria the united states today sanctioned international network that the iranian regime and russia are using to provide millions of barrels of oil to the assad regime this is in exchange for a little bit of hundreds of millions of dollars to the i r g c could force that money is then passed on to terrorist organizations like hezbollah and hamas the united states in its continued efforts will not allow these dirty dealings to flourish well let's get more on this now trita parsi from the national iranian
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american council his life arise from rest of the journey a very good to have you with us on al-jazeera as it's been pointed out a statement which is supposed to be about a murder the journalist somehow ends up being much more about iran iran is mentioned more times than jamal khashoggi what do you make of this. well it shows the desperation and which trumpet ministration is trying to deflect and wanted in the next issue and essentially trying to scare the american public into thinking that the iran is such a major threat to the not as states so that the united states has no choice but to keep business as usual with the saudi government despite the murder of jamal khashoggi it shows that this obsession with iran has now reached a mud hole and the u.s. government on the tropics always existed but has not reached a level that is beyond anything we've seen in the past but is it working with the
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public because it's not working with has congress men and women who as well vein hearing are united in the statement that he's made and. and you know the president wanting to basically let the crown prince off the hoped for what's happened. i agree i don't think it is working i think we've reached a point in which even forks in washington are starting to see that this obsession with iran has gone quite a bit too far and i think what you're also seeing is that this saudi american relationship which has been a bipartisan issue is now going to become much more of a partisan question in the sense that many of the democrats will make their opposition to the current sound of the u.s. relationship a cornerstone of their foreign policy particularly from progresses is sound the american relationship as it stands right now and bodies almost everything that they
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disagree with when it comes to american foreign policy everything from turning a blind eye to human rights violations everything from bases so much on it on arms sales to the lack of focus on gender equality and women's rights so for with them right excite this is going to continue in this is going to be the detriment of the saudi government who is looking for closure on this issue but it's not going to get all the foreign policy of this government has been to the detriment of the iranian government to the white house imposing new sanctions against iran on tuesday these wanted and what about the timing the same day that the cia gives its full report to the president reportedly holding the saudi crown prince responsible for a heinous crime it is unclear whether these sanctions are going to be parted lee effect or not and i agree that they want to does mr passing whether or not they're
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affective sort of thing they warranted whether or not they'll be effective are they warranted. all because of the support for the syrian government that the iranians what the united states has had an opposition to the iranian and the russian support for the syrian government and if this truly is connected to that then the trumpet ministrations going to be able to make a case that they're warranted but they are part of a larger policy that i think more and more people in the united states are starting to believe is not in warranty because you can address these various issues through diplomacy is actually the only way the u.s. has been successful in changing iran and policies thus far yet to trouble them astray she is choosing to go down the path of sanctions and confrontation whether you think it's warranted what the iranians are doing or not doesn't mean necessarily that the methodology that the trunk restriction is using is one that can be successful and that in and of itself is one of the posse it's great to get your analysis on this so i really appreciate your time this straight apostle live
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and have reston virginia thank you still ahead on the bulletin a traumatic tale of a hundred refugees still haunted by a pasta. or . hello again or welcome back we're here cross united states we are dealing with a holiday week so that means a lot of people are on the roads or in the air so weather is critical here and it's going to really be not too bad for many locations but what we are going to be seeing some weather is out here towards the west now of course we're dealing with the wildfires in california so the rain that's coming in off the pacific will be beneficial to those locations but we are going to see that rain really for same cisco as well as into the higher elevations so good news there but it is going to be tricky travel for most locations as well as down towards los angeles where we do
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expect to see some cloudy conditions for you out here towards the east we're looking at some cooler conditions for new york with the attempt a few on thanksgiving day in the macy's day parade of only minus one and washington seeing about two degrees there well heavy rain is expected across much of central america particular down here towards the south where you can see this big mass of clouds really we're talking costa rica panama as well as up here towards maybe guatemala over the next few days managua is going to be a rainy day at thirty two but really across parts of indiana over here towards bahamas really not looking too bad in your forecast from wednesday to thursday staying quite clear in terms of the rain but clouds are coming into nasa at about twenty nine degrees for mexico city partly cloudy conditions a few with a temperature of twenty three. stories in a. series of documentaries.
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that celebrate the human spirit. it's. good to have you with us on al-jazeera these are our top stories the u.s. president has admitted that the saudi crown prince could have known about a flock to kill journalist. but says he isn't going to take any action against riyadh
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a cia report said it believes the crown prince ordered the killing. of comments have been widely condemned in the u.s. with former top officials saying he's given a green light to commit murder senator lindsey graham who's an ally of trump said there is strong support in congress to serious sanctions against saudi arabia the u.s. has blacklisted russian and iranian companies the shipping millions of barrels of world violation of u.s. sanctions that accuse them of using the revenues to fund groups fighting alongside the syrian government. now a new report by amnesty international has accused saudi arabia of torturing and sexually assaulting women's rights activists held in detention they were violated by men wearing face masks other detainees were flogged and electrocuted amnesties middle east research directors has only. a few weeks after the ruthless killing of jamal khashoggi the shocking reports of torture sexual harassment and other forms of treatment of verified expose further outrageous human violence violations by
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saudi authorities. i'm gonna start has declared a day of national mourning after at least fifteen people were killed in a suicide attack in the capital kabul an interior ministry spokesman says more than eighty others were wounded in the assault the suicide bomber detonated his explosives inside a hall during a gathering of muslim religious scholars they were meeting to mark the birthday of the prophet muhammad. i heard the explosion just take my cousin out of there was seriously wounded but when i got here i realized that i was wounded as well and i am here i wanted to enter the hotel to participate in the ceremony but i got a call from a relative and he told me that there was a blast inside the hotel and the his children were wounded now and looking after my friends who've been injured in the blast the hospitals aren't allowing anyone. dr trons lawyer says the u.s. president has submitted russian answers to questions by special counsel robert
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muller he is investigating a trans campaign colluded with russia to influence the twenty six thousand presidential election trump has repeatedly called the investigation of what charmed and says he wouldn't stop his acting attorney general if he moved to could tell you the inquiry the us president says it's fake news to compare hillary clinton's use of personal e-mail during her time in the secretary of state with reports that his daughter used personal emails for government business a report from the washington post says ivanka trump who works as a white house adviser sent hundreds of e-mails from a personal account that's a violation of public record laws has repeatedly called for his former democratic rival to be jailed for using private e-mail while she was in office. there will be more airstrikes and battles in the yemeni. the city center of the worst i've seen in recent days the erotic coalition is
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backing government and its fight against iranian backed rebels who control. an estimated eighty five thousand children under five may have died from extreme hunger. and twenty fifteen that's according to save the children says continued fighting is making it hard to get help to those who are still alive and a famine as things worse reports from. the casualties of human swore just hit by the bullets. impact has been catastrophic for the general population food supplies have been disrupted prices have gone up and millions of people are now living with the effects of. his weak and severely malnourished she's ten months old but weighs just three kilograms the wheat over a newborn baby. been sick since she was born hunger and disease have left
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tiny and frail she even struggles to cry. mariam a very sick not only she but she also suffers from diarrhoea she's very sick yemen has always been desperately poor but the war has made things was while food prices inevitably rice incomes have plummeted many families can barely afford to eat. i have sixteen children two of them suffer severe malnutrition and hung on the living conditions as you know and i'm without any source of income hospitals in hijab province are overflowing with sick and starving babies and more keep arriving every day so i thought there had to laugh a millennium but your problem of severe malnutrition is getting worse the consequences of four years of war are clearly visible here from severe malnutrition to deformed needy born babies breastfeeding mothers also suffer from
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undernourishment. the frequent strikes also make it difficult for the people to leave their homes the destruction to roads and bridges has limited the delivery of food and fuel to a population already suffering according to the united nations two point eight million people have been driven from their homes by the bombing its humanitarian chief has warned of a clear and present danger of funding many of the displaced a living in green camps in the middle of the country surviving on meager leave hundreds whose deliveries a few and far between seeing children dying for local food in the middle of the war in yemen is the place shocking the hundreds of thousands of children perhaps even millions who have no access to proper medical care and as the conflict rages on aid workers say they're finding it more and more difficult to deliver aid to those who need it most they now hope that the farming just like the war the course and it
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won't be forgotten to behave like the wall disease or the beauty. of protest has been shot in the head during anti-government demonstrations in haiti it was killed near the national palace in the capital port au prince it is the third day of protests over government corruption schools businesses and government offices remain closed at least eight people have been killed in fighting between protesters and police since sunday. now hundreds of central american asylum seekers have arrived in teen wanna joining a growing group and the mexican says meanwhile the u.s. john has blocked president charmes order to bob people from seeking asylum if they enter the country illegally border agents are preparing for the so-called caravan of people making their way to the u.s. security has been upgraded at some crossings john heilemann has more from tijuana. the vanguard of the caravan of people most of them from central america heading through mexico has arrived in through one hour and they've been here now some of
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them for almost a week you can see behind me the center it's a school sense where they're being housed this bleeping in the rough they're getting some donations of clothes and food some care from the city authorities but i think it's fair to say that as a good thing we're often on arrived here the welcome. we left will and then the mexican towns that they were passing for a couple of days or so there was no internation here of clothes and help to get them on their way here in the city a few one where the lead has become concerned that they're going to be here for months instead of for the price this is really unfortunate before they get to the united states the welcome has been less will more cautious there's been more accusations there are people here with addictions there are people here that think of a magic that's coming from the city's authorities now of course we're right next to the united states border and there from the government the welcome is decidedly
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colder just in the last few days we've seen course concertina wire one of the main points of entry you also sing in those points of entry the lines with vehicles becoming less and less as the u.s. government really is try to prevent any people from getting through that there is a list for asylum seekers to sign up for and about seventy to one hundred being processed. we've heard it day by u.s. authorities the people fleeing the scene also being violent some of them so there's different situations here but the u.s. certainly certainly for homeland security has just come out and said that it's five hundred criminals carrying members in the caravan and she didn't really saw any evidence of that sort of a symptom of how president trumps administration is treating these men or women and children that are trying to get. a witness in the trial of joaquin el chapo
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guzman has said mexico's former top security official accepted six million dollars in bribes to protect the alleged drug kingpin the former cartel members says he personally handed over briefcases full of cash to former federal security chief get out o. got to see a new now on behalf of the crime syndicate prosecutors say at the time of those moms twenty sixteen arrest the sylow a cartel controlled sixty percent of mexico's drug trade garcia nuno has not commented on the allegation. have been protests for a second day in south africa as the inquiry into government corruption continues the economic freedom fighters party demonstrated in johannesburg as former finance minister pravin gordhan testified he's been talking about his term under former president jacob zuma. unidentified gunmen have killed a separatist leader and administered kashmir it. was attacked at his home just hours after indian forces killed for their bills and gun battle funerals have been
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held for some of the fighters the shootout began when government. took off that rebels were hiding in the area. there were scenes of jubilation after a caution and you're handed down the first death sentence over the mass killings of six and nine hundred eighty four. was sentenced to death and was given a life sentence for that murder of two young men at the time more than three thousand six were killed in retaliation for the assassination of then prime minister indira gandhi who was shot dead by his sick bodyguard one hundred refugees in. between and the myanmar government was put on hold. hundred thousand of them fled their homeland last year after a crackdown by myanmar's military many are demanding justice for the atrocities committed against them. and has story of one woman.
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refugee. the scars may be healing but the pain is constant. poor in the bottom of the one i am on if i were there my husband was shot and killed three of my children had their throat slit and then they hacked their bodies to pieces. well. recalls how in august two thousand and seventeen military attacked her village of tula tolly rights groups called it a massacre that resulted in the deaths of hundreds of civilians after being raped says she was locked in a house that was set on fire. she shows me the burns she sustained before managing to escape with her sole surviving child eight year old razia for whom these marks from a machete serve as a reminder of the kind of trauma people three times her age would have trouble processing and could therefore indicate would be nikki were getting
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a little what did our children do to them. what are how divided. out of there how about the why did the military attack and kill them how can anyone expect us to go back there. asks that question because of a much criticised repatriation deal between me and moore in bangladesh that was set to begin last week it was alternately delayed but not before causing a huge amount of concern for him to refugees in bangladesh terrified of the prospect of returning to me and more in august a u.n. fact finding mission accuse top military leaders and me and mark a perpetrating a genocide against the rangers in october the head of that fact finding mission went even further saying that the genocide in myanmar is ongoing has like so many other refugees here wants to know why the international community isn't doing more to help of one thing though she is certain not a member of the island even if they could bring my husband and my children and my
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parents back from the dead even if they brought back all of them we wouldn't go back we wouldn't go because of how much we were persecuted. resolve it seems conquering despair even though the sorrow will never go away. at the bulgakov the refugee camp in cox's bazaar bangladesh. again is a product of the headlines on al-jazeera the u.s. president has admitted that the saudi crown prince could have known about a plot to kill. but says he isn't going to take any action against today yob cia reports that it believes the crown prince order the killing we're not going to give up hundreds of billions of dollars in orders and let russia china and everybody else have a drawl about from
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a very simple it's america very soon they're buying hundreds of billions of dollars worth of things from this country if i say we don't want to take your business if i say we're going to cut it off they will get the military equipment and other things russia and china russia and china would be very very happy well donald trump's comments have been widely condemned in the united states with a former top official saying he's given a green light to commit murder senator lindsey graham has an ally of trump so there is strong support in congress to impose serious sanctions against saudi arabia. the u.s. has blacklisted russian and iranian companies for shipping millions of bows of oil to syria in violation of u.s. sanctions the state department accuses of ah to russia of using the revenues to help fund syrian government allies which the u.s. considers terrorist groups secretary of state has the track transactions on the mind legitimate efforts to resolve the war in syria. there have been more
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airstrikes and gun battles in the yemeni paucity of her day there. this is say fighting near the city center were some of the worst they've seen in recent days assad the erratic coalition is backing yemen's government in its fight against iranian backed what the rebels who control. hundreds of central american asylum seekers have arrived into your water joining a growing group in the mexican city meanwhile the u.s. judge has blocked president donald trump's order to bar people from seeking asylum if they enter the country illegally border agents are preparing for the so-called caravan of people making their way to the u.s. there's been an increase security at some crossings. well those are the headlines on al-jazeera i'll have another full news bulletin for you in just under thirty minutes coming up next though a.j.
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selects thank you very much for watching. china as a serious shortage of women. desperately seeking. any way they can. give. me my money i was doing. was only going to.

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