tv Counting the Cost 2018 Ep 44 Al Jazeera November 5, 2018 7:32pm-8:00pm +03
it was forty three million u.s. dollars and it actually means that he has been you know by who to then present donald trump in the united states as campaigning draws to a close those we spoke to at the rally say they will vote they say if it's voting that saves them from life in the dump then it will be worth it i mean al-jazeera antenna not even. u.k. media reports suggest britain is close to striking a deal to leave the european union sunday times says britain could remain in the e.u.'s customs union for a limited time and this would avoid a hard border between the republic of ireland and northern ireland one of the main sticking points in negotiations a spokesman for prime minister to resign may has dismissed the reports as speculation meanwhile business leaders have joined campaigners in calling for another referendum hundreds of people have rallied in ukraine's capital demanding punishment for those behind the death of an anti corruption campaigner cats arena
hands looked died on sunday as a result of severe burns from an acid attack in july police in kiev have arrested five people investigators blamed separatists for ordering the attack. france has welcomed the results of new caledonia as a referendum to reject independence and remain a french territory but the margin of victory was much closer than expected and there's been some unrest on the south pacific territory and for thomas reports. their victory was clear even if it did short of expectations in the end concerned about how an independent caledonia would survive economically and whether it become a target for and. we know will wake up tomorrow and still be free we fought for months to remain free. when you caledonia is still a divided territory france sent hundreds of placement to new caledonia for sunday's
vote and on monday there was some unrest indigenous cannick people who lag behind new caledonians of european descent by every socio economic measure and are keenest on independence blocked a main road out of the capital the mere. for the separatists defeat was narrower than expected fifty six percent of voters new caledonia voted for their territory to stay part of france that was more than half but well short of the two thirds to three quarters pro france landslide some opinion polls had predicted. boston tonight as their victory forty three percent voted yes. it might yet be a step towards an actual victory thirty years ago cannot people felt the process behind another referendum held then was weighted against them they boycotted it and after they inevitably lost there was violence dozens died so this time france under
president emmanuel macro was determined both sides should see the process as fair only people with a long history in new caledonia could vote and if as has happened separatists lost the first vote of independence the b two further votes over the next five years if any one of them is successful new caledonia will become independent given the narrow margin of the first vote even in victory some french loyalists are worried so now we're going to win this and i don't know what the point is and separatists asking the question a second time and third time since in two or four years the result will be the same so instead of one defeat it will be two or three defeat. officially the french government was neutral in the referendum process but on monday president welcome the result is that it. will then vote.
well again time for the sports news with joe thank you it seems the box of floyd mayweather has got a taste for fighting mixed martial arts stalls just over a year ago he beat connor mcgregor in the ring in boxing is richest fight in history now at forty one he's announced another fight against japanese kickboxer tension nasik our mayweather is teaming up with japan's rise in fighting federation to face the twenty year old undefeated fighter on new year's eve in japan but organized still only to decide whether the fight will take place under the rules of boxing mixed martial arts or a combination of the two i'm going to rest. a little bit. i can box a lot of it and so i was just saying you know. i can do it all you know i can do anything if i set my mind to it we have to have rules as rules
and regulations to everything that we do in life so i'm pretty sure once i speak with. the guys from my team we are going to say. so we both walked in do we have to do. it or not it was this is the biggest event of my entire life i think i would like to prove with my own fists what others couldn't do in the past or we spoke today has had a girl focusing right to gareth a davies he expects the rules will be heavily good in favor of mayweather who sets for yet another big payday. it's just another opportunity for this billionaire books of his own over a billion dollars remember in the ring he's a big draw wherever he fights so this is just another massive opportunities that's a call was undefeated twenty fights that are crossed problems he's a pretty boy or fight sports if you like to he is the rising star all fighting over that maybe they'll be twenty pounds heavier than him four inches tall and he's just
going to watch those little legs knock his head off but we don't even know yet whether nasser call be able to kick cloyd mayweather he may have it all his own way and they may say it's just boxing it's maybe not kick boxing i hope it is kick boxing because that's you call it was only chance and i imagine is going to be to have a go kicking floyd mayweather because of his books again i don't give him a chance it's all. the m.l.s. playoff semi finals it was a bad day for the teams from new york in the eastern conference new york city f.c. were hosting atlanta united at yankee stadium but it was the visitors who won the first leg one male everett remedy scored the winner to give atlanta the advantage heading into their home second leg next sunday new york red bulls also lost one away to columbus crew a clever back heel from frederico is going to set up the winning goal just this.
and columbus had their goalkeeper to thank for keeping them ahead zack stephan with a brilliant save in stoppage time to deny bradley right phillips. to the western conference and portland timbers fought back from the back for to beat seattle sounders roll radius put the sound as ahead in the tenth minute but it wasn't long before the timbers came back first through jeremy be safe. and then they were ahead before half time sebastian blanco with the goal this time and that's the way it stayed with a two one lead going into the second leg. that was the goal of the day came in the other western conference semifinal. with a great volley to put royals salt lake in front against sporting kansas city but that was cancelled out when so let's go keep a net for mundo failed to clear properly and diego rubio made him pay with the
flies are finished one one so nice he sets up game two. now here's a photo of manchester city manager pet looking very smart in a suit but unfortunately no one told him to wear one to an awards dinner on sunday and to make it worse he had to get up on stage is to accept an award. live with embarrassing i'm a disaster yeah you've been a suspect how important is that then everybody is so well and so the. time i came here we. didn't know it i promise you next time well we should win but if it's happened we'll be more properly like this event deserve so i'm sorry. speaking of the city extended the lead at the top of the premier league with a six one victory over southampton chelsea moved above liverpool into second place thanks to a three one win over crystal palace and speaking of liverpool they've left to carry
from their squad to play serbian pub red star belgrade in the champions league on choose day she carries an ethnic albanian from kosovo after scoring for switzerland against serbia during the world cup she carry celebrated with a double headed eagle gesture symbolizing the albanian flag he was fined for that celebration will say they want to avoid any distractions from the game. spare a thought for fans of dutch side fire know their match with favor of a venlo had to be abandoned after less than a minute because of floodlight failure supporters tried their best to eliminate the pitch with their mobile phones. but as you can see it didn't help much and with the club staff unable to fix the problem they had to call off the game. novak djokovic is officially back on top of the tennis world rankings but he was shocked in sunday's paris masters final he'd won twenty two matches in a row but went down in straight sets against russia's rising star cameron catchin off it was on seated joke which was suffering with flu and had recovered from his
semifinal against roger federer to take nothing away from twenty two year old catching up to be a top ten players over the week and moves up to a career high ranking of eleven. i mean. it's one of the biggest titles in my career so far and i'm going to be happy. to win the last tournament of the season especially masters one. world number one in the world just to moses reclaim golds world number one spot by winning the turkey open title the tournament was li how tongs to lose and well he lost it. china's in the missing apart on the eighteenth to give rose the chance to win but the englishman. misters well. that forced a playoff and leaf filed to take advantage of his reprise shaky on the green again to have the winter riders on the first playoff hole is the first time he's ever
defended a title that takes over as world number one in american groups. bryson dish ambers up to fifty in the world after winning the shriners hospitals for children open in las vegas the highlight of his final run was this evil for maybe sixty feet away at the sixty home and helped him take victory by one shots it's to share those first win in his last twelve stocks. to the n.b.a. now in the minnesota timberwolves were once again without jimmy butler as they took on the portland trail blazers on sunday but the was rested for a second game in a week but their coach says it has nothing to do with his trade request the temple and the timberwolves certainly missed him as they lost eighty one to one hundred eleven to the trailblazers use of top scored with nineteen points in the trailblazers damian lillard eighty. the philadelphia seventy six ers kept up their win a streak on the road on sunday the brooklyn nets beating them one hundred twenty two
to ninety seven to enjoy russell and randy hollis jefferson school twenty one points each for the nets who now are four game road trip coming up all right that is all you sport for now will have more freely to daryn ok joe thank you very much for that advice or watching the news hour on al-jazeera more news coming up in just a moment where all the people stay with us. stories of life. and the inspiration. for
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defiance from iran as the u.s. reinstates all pre nuclear deal sanctions on iran evolves to continue selling its oil was a paper tail accusations that millions of americans are being denied the right to vote in the midterm elections and opening up the waterway. how saddam's trying to recover from u.s. sanctions by reviving a historic. the murder of saudi journalist jamal has showed he is taking center stage at the u.n. human rights council delegations in geneva have been grilling saudi arabia on human rights as part of a regular review of the kingdom's conduct member states have also been criticizing riyadh for abuses committed by the saudi erotic coalition in the war in yemen the president of saudi arabia's human rights commission has addressed the council and.
the kingdom of saudi arabia has already expressed its regret and for the death of the manhunt going on the ninety's as it has already instructed the prosecution to proceed with the investigation into this case according to the laws in preparation to reaching all the facts and bringing more the perpetrators to justice in order to bear the facts to live probably live to paul brennan who's in geneva for as polter. under the spotlight over. case tell us more about the questions that they have been facing there in geneva. and the timing of this is rather coincidental in the sense that the universal periodic review of human rights of each nation happens every five or six years the timing now while saudi arabia is in the spotlight for tomato juice. unfortunate or fortunate depending on your
viewpoint now saudi arabia that thirty second clip that you just heard that was the only mention of your mouth shut by the saudis the whole rest of the forty five minutes address was to tell you tell the world tell the assembled delegates how much progress they were making how vision twenty thirty the crown prince's vision was all part you know promoting human rights how they were empowering women how they were giving women driving licenses how they were reforming the kingdom of saudi arabia the questioning that has followed that has gone on partisan lines to a certain extent. there's been a huge amount of criticism of saudi arabia for things like the death penalty for the guardianship issue and the jamal khashoggi questions persist let's hear now from the australian ambassador sally dempsey. astray or deploys the killing of jamal khashoggi reports that the killing was premeditated a deeply alarming astray recommend saudi arabia fully cooperate with investigations
related to the killing of crush argy implements legislation that holds to account government officials who breach the law and takes further measures to guarantee freedom of opinion and expression. they came. all is not the only issue being discussed there in geneva today what can we expect to come out of this session of the un human rights council. i mean what we've been hearing is a broad range of the concerns about the way that serbia arabia has its legal system based on islamic sharia law and saudi itself a saudi arabian representative himself said that you know we are promoting human rights but within that context that said that the issues as i mentioned the guardianship of women the fact that women are effectively second class citizens the way the use of stoning and amputations not just against adults but also against child can convict as well the fact that for example anti terror laws are used to
prevent the freedom of assembly and there is no law actually protecting the rights to freedom of assembly in saudi arabia all of those issues have been mentioned by the various delegations here i'll give you just a flavor of what the un united states has said we are deeply disturbed and saddened by the preliminary results of saudi arabia's investigation at the jamal khashoggi was killed on the premises of saudi consulates it's absolutely necessary that saudi arabia conduct fair a conclusive transparent investigations justice must be carried out so jamal khashoggi is one of the big issues but it's the whole entirety of saudi arabian human rights record that's under the spotlight here thank you for that paul brennan in geneva for us. meanwhile turkey's sabah newspaper is reporting that members of a saudi team sent to istanbul to investigate jamal khashoggi is killing focus instead on removing evidence the publication is reporting that among the saudi team that arrives nine days after the murder were experts on chemicals and toxicology
they were reportedly given the job of getting rid of evidence a senior turkish official has confirmed the report to the reuters news agency saying two members of the team travelled to turkey with the sole purpose of covering up the crime and are simmons has the latest survey sample. will forte or the turkish vice president was outlining really the thinking in turkey behind this whole investigation of where it's at right now he said this he said who gave the order to commit this murder on our soil we are searching for this he alluded to the fact that they were pushing to get to the very heart of the issue of where the orders came from and this is echoing really what the turkish president has said a few days back when he asserted that that would go to the very top it wouldn't involve king solomon he didn't actually in actual fact use the name of the crown
prince mohammed bin soundman but there was a clear implication that he was a major suspect now what was also said was a reference to a report that. body could have been a doused in acid to try to dispose of the remains the assertion is that there had been a cutting of the body at the consulate here before it was transported in vans with three main players in the hit team to the consulate where apparently we're now hearing in a separate leak from the given to these sabha pro-government newspaper that there were two key figures in the search team which arrived in istanbul on the eleventh of october and that's nine days after the murder of these two men one was a toxicologist according to the sabah newspaper the other was
a chemical expert and now these two men were part of the search team the official search team but they were according to the newspaper and their leak they were involved in a coverup. the toughest sanctions today sas what the u.s. is calling the latest measures against iran is targeting the country's oil and financial sectors but iran's president hassan rouhani says it will be business as usual for tehran the trump administration is very imposing sanctions that were originally lifted as part of the twenty fifty nuclear agreement the move as we mentioned will hit hundreds of businesses including those from countries linked with iran zain does ravi is in tehran with more on how iran has reacted to the brain imposition of u.s. sanctions. well if if you listen to officials you know the first bit of official reaction we got this morning was from president hassan rouhani himself speaking to his economic team which is recently been shaken up the minister of the economic
minister the federal minister was replaced president hassan rouhani has gone out of his way to illustrate to his people that he's taking the economic chaos in the country seriously in addressing his relatively new team he put out his sort of forward thinking iran's policy going forward and that would be to continue to sell oil and to break these u.s. sanctions he also said that no white house ever in his estimation has been as opposed to fulfilling its international obligations and its international commitments and he said that no white house has been as racist as this one is taking a shot at his american counterpart president donald trump so very very defiant words coming from president hassan rouhani now we have to say that while the civilian government was doing what they were doing there were large scale military exercises going on as well one of the things that the american government that this white house pointed to was the reason behind pulling out of the nuclear deal in re
imposing sanctions was iran's ballistic missiles program that iran says is for defensive purposes as well as a runs growing military influence in the middle east and so it did not feel like a coincidence that iran scheduled one of its largest aerial military. sizes on the same day that sanctions were kicked back in these exercises involve multiple aerial defense units from iran's regular military as well as the iranian revolutionary guard corps and span half a million kilometers across the country so no doubt a message to the united states iranians we spoke to say that they've learned in their time of dealing with the u.s. government that the only language they understand is the language of strength and so it's probably no coincidence that these exercises were scheduled to go out in the same day as this deadline civil rights groups fear millions of americans are being denied their right to vote in the midterm elections they say states under republican control are unfairly purging voter rolls affecting minorities the trend
is apparent in georgia where the white republican candidate faces strong competition from a black democrat john hendren reports from atlanta. daniel known go was puzzled by the government letter the civil servant had voted in georgia for a decade but this time the state told him he'd done it wrong so he phoned the secretary of state's office. the woman on the phone told him he filled out his ballot correctly and signed it but he failed to sign the on velo ballot came in we get it we just can't take it and we don't have the only information we need and the option to you know. you know doesn't up doesn't really don't really have that option we don't have. this voting rights advocates say is voter suppression in action the man they accuse of leading a campaign to prevent minorities from voting is georgia's secretary of state brian kemp he oversees voting in the state and just happens to be running as
a republican for governor he's in a dead heat against democrat stacy abrams who hopes to become georgia's first female black governor. camp has purged one point four million voters from state electoral rolls critics say disproportionately blacks and minorities who tend to vote for democrats georgia is one of several states who knows the state of the confederacy. the civil war has never ended as a campaign with many too many ways to continue to try to suppress the vote a lawsuit by the new georgia project and other civil rights groups says three hundred forty thousand in georgia were wrongfully purged most of them minorities it is a conflict of interests on its face.