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and this is the world news from al-jazeera. to the international space station but then something went wrong shortly after liftoff of the russian rocket the crew forced back to earth and now there's a criminal investigation. also an american student appears in an israeli courts to appeal the decision to ban her from attending college in jerusalem. and animals global leaders looking for ways to end the illegal wildlife trade. so if you developments in the last few hours with regards to jamal khashoggi first of all the turkish government has told al jazeera that it has definitive evidence about what they are calling the killing of the show and the location they also say
that information has been shed with washington but u.s. president says there's no reason to block saudi arabian investments in the u.s. despite concerns over the case speaking to reporters at the white house also said the u.s. was expecting a report soon on the job. well look at very strongly we'll be having a report we're working with turkey we're working with saudi arabia what happened is a terrible thing assuming that happened i mean maybe we'll be pleasantly surprised but somehow i tend to doubt it and we take it very seriously it's not our country it's in turkey and it's not a citizen as i understand it but a thing like that shouldn't happen it is a reporter with the washington post and it's something like that should not be allowed to happen something like that should not happen and we intend to get to the bottom of it so that was in the oval office earlier in the morning trump told fox news that he needs to find out what happened to can show she in the situation
doesn't look good and he discussed u.s. saudi relations have a listen. mr president i know one thing has you concerned jamal consoled a saudi working for the washington post has disappeared in the turkish embassy they have video going in and not going out and there's rumors that he's dead i heard the washington post reporting that you're extremely frustrated with the lack of answers we know they cherry cushier your son in law is very tight with the crown prince and the crown prince calls the shots in saudi arabia you're tight with them to what's it going to take to get some answers we're looking at it very very seriously i don't like it at all now you know you don't have american citizens but that in this case doesn't matter i don't like it i don't like it with respect to reporters it's a terrible terrible precedent and we can't let it happen and we're being very tough and we have investigators over there and we're working with turkey and frankly we're working with saudi arabia we want to find out what happened he went in and it
doesn't look like he came out it certainly doesn't look like he's around and what's at stake and what's at stake with us saudi relations. i would say they're excellent i've told them they've got to pay for their military you know we have a saudi arabia has a it's a very rich country and for years and years it would be you know saudi arabia if that was in the united states because we protected them and we don't get paid for this protection we should be paid we spend billions and billions of dollars a year protecting saudi arabia and i told the king king solomon said king so ari you've got to pay and i've said that pull out and clear that he's going to pay but you can't be killed you can't be killing in america you can be killed you know turn aside as if everything in jeopardy now sir. is that in jeopardy now i've got relations with saudi arabia i have to find out what happened i mean i do have to find out and we're probably getting closer than you might think but i have to find out well what happened the washington post is reporting this morning that the crown prince mohamed bin solomon ordered the operation to lure him back to saudi arabia
from virginia and then to. taman detaining according to the u.s. intel intercepts of saudi officials discussing the plan ok that sounds like it goes right to the top mr president well it would be a very sad thing and we will probably know in the very short future we have some incredible people and incredible talent working on it we don't like it i don't like it no good ok so here's the team covering events we've got stephanie decker of course outside the saudi consulate in istanbul but starting with kimberly hellcats outside the white house we'll talk more about donald trump in a moment kimberly but i'm just seeing something on the news wires here about news from the republican senate foreign relations chairman can you take us through that . yeah we knew that the senate foreign relations committee was meeting on capitol hill and there's been some pretty strong statements as the senators have gone in and out we should note bipartisan the latest statement coming from the chair of
that committee senator bob corker a republican the president's republican party saying that significant sanctions should be imposed at the highest level of the saudi government if the missing journalist. is in fact found to have been a victim of state sponsored murder now one other thing that we should note in all of this is that u.s. saudi relations at least at the level of the congressional level had already been fragile given the fact that there have been longstanding concerns about the ongoing saudi led coalition in those efforts in yemen the concern about the humanitarian crisis there this seems to the words of bob corker they were already low this situation referring to the missing journalist could cause it to go off a cliff is what he said so really not mincing any words there and that's really been echoed by democratic senator also in that committee that has essentially accused if if these accusations are true has accused saudi arabia of potentially
committing out committing murder with impunity what i think we can get from all this is these are some of the highest most powerful individuals in the united states they're responsible for whether significant deals are approved whether treaties are agreed to they're not liking this very much and it seems that the already fragile relationship is now in jeopardy ok let's talk about donald trump we've probably heard more from him in the last few hours than we have in the last few days with regards to this story he's doing the tough talks and we're going to have a report and what's going on is bad and we need to find out what's going on but i'm also seeing lines about him sort of saying will hold back when we talk about our relationship with saudi arabia. yeah so donald trump it's very simple you've heard about the military industrial complex well that is the sort of perpetual state of supplying the war machine to around the world that the united states has been involved in for a very long time some people call it a very expensive and elaborate jobs program and this is
a jobs president if you want to boil this down to really simple language there are some uncomfortable truths here the president has been a very big advocate and we saw this in march when the crown prince was here at the white house both of them talked about the investment and the deals and the hundreds of billions of dollars in military equipment and sales that has been going on with the united states and saudi arabia so donald trump doesn't want to see that stop but the problem is that the these headlines are becoming glaringly uncomfortable for the president so on the one hand he is saying that he has compassion he is concerned about the few on say for example of general that in fact this is concerning to him but at the same time he doesn't want to see those arms deals affected in any way but certainly when you look back to what we were just talking about with the u.s. congress the senators who we should point out control america's purse strings and all of the money behind all of this have to approve these deals well they're feeling very differently can be how come to the white house thank you for votes
before we get a live update from istanbul to report from jamal with more on the investigation. this is pictet murder of journalist jamal khashoggi and the saudi consulate in istanbul doesn't only threatened turkish saudi relations its impact is reaching washington on wednesday twenty two senators from both the republican and democratic parties triggered human rights legislation in the magnitsky act and since a letter to president donald trump demanding an investigation into what's happened if that investigation finds that special human rights were violated by the saudi government then the u.s. would be forced to impose sanctions and review its relationship with the saudis and this man was murdered in saudi consulate in istanbul have across every line of normality in the international community. if that did happen it would be hell to pay if saudi arabia took a us resident emerging into a consulate and killed him it's time for the united states to rethink our military
political and economic relationship with saudi arabia turkish president fred up paper to one spoke for the first time about the case early on thursday costing doubt on saudi claims that the consulates video cameras weren't recording on the day she went missing turkish officials have also expressed their frustration at the saudis lack of cooperation citing their refusal to allow investigators to search the consulates the consul generals home and vehicles registered to the saudi diplomatic mission tucker security sources say they are certain that. was killed in the building behind me they released photos and the identity of the fifteen man hit squad they say killed the saudi journalist amongst the members of crime prince mohammed bin said a man's personal guard as well as the kingdom's or one of the kingdom's leading forensic experts and the former head of intelligence at the saudi arabian embassy
in london turkey's police and security services seem to be delaying officially announcing the results of the. unvested geisha well decision is made on how to retaliate against saudi infringements of turkish sovereignty keech a that's appears to be finding some sort of consensus amongst turkey's and eyes and the international community jim out of show you just you know you stumble and now the latest from istanbul with stephanie tack a juror in the newsgroup earlier stephanie we were talking about i think it was turkish security sources telling all jazeera new information what else do you have . we've just had a statement by the presidential spokesperson saying that a joint investigative team is going to be set up between turkey and saudi arabia to investigate the disappearance of jamal khashoggi i think that gives you an indication that. keen to find a way out of this if they're agreeing to work together but yes as you mentioned
sources telling al-jazeera that they have informed the washington of their findings and again reiterating these anonymous sources that they know that they are certain that the journalist was killed in the consulate behind us and they even went to far as saying they know the room in which this was done again we have no evidence we have no officials going on camera but i think this is part of a wider pattern of and pray using the media to get their message out of what they think happened to the germans is of course an incredibly serious allegations horrendous allegations if you look at the specifics and what turkey's been waiting for is to be allowed in initially saudi had agreed at the moment from what we understand they've been more difficult so if this new information now according to the president's spokesperson that a joint working group has been set up between saudi and turkey does this mean that will be seeing them go in anytime soon will have to wait and see might just be worth reiterating stephanie as you point out the lack of evidence the only thing we actually know for certain.