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looking in the mirror to confront the past exit a witness documentary on. us media reported the cia has concluded the saudi crown prince ordered the killing of jamal khashoggi. and prayers help for the journalist and writer in front of an empty space where his coffin should lie. and we shall carry this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up. this is
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a crucial moment for yemen. the war in sides in yemen in the conflict there ready to go back to the negotiating table. britain's prime minister appoints a new negotiator but will he be able to carry out her mission. supporting the cia has concluded the saudi crown prince mohammed bin solomon ordered the killing of jamal khashoggi last week last month that is the wall street journal says congressional leaders have been informed about these developments on thursday washington post says the cia examined multiple sources of intelligence they include a phone call that the prince's brother caliban solomon who was also the saudi ambassador to the u.s. had with khashoggi guaranteeing his safety if he came to the saudi consulate in istanbul however collins on one has denied that conversation took. lacey tweeted as
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we told the washington post the last contact i had with mr pachachi was via text on october twenty sixth two thousand and seventeen i never talked to him by phone and certainly never suggested he go to turkey for any reason i asked the u.s. government to release any information regarding this claim they're going live to enter cements and stop on just a few minutes first let's go to mike hanna and washington d.c. so this this demand from the conferences brother that the u.s. release whatever other information that they have mike as a reason to think that they will the cia certainly seems to want this information out well the washington post originally reported the c n n a cia findings but this was followed very quickly by a large number of other news organizations all of which were quoting sources familiar with the situation now it would appear that there is some sort of leak all that this information has been intentionally put out to public certainly in recent
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days that congress has been heated in its dumond's that the crown prince be held accountable for the murder of jamal khashoggi the issue is now whether president trump himself has been briefed on these cia finding should they indeed be accurate and if so what action is he going to take is he going to backtrack away from his stated position that he does not want to impose any form of punitive action against either the saudi arabia or indeed its government and mike to that point donald trump has been it seems that he and the white house have been on one path and congress members of congress from both parties have been on a completely different path or remind us of i mean there are people in congress that have been trying to call saudi arabia on the carpet for quite some time. indeed yes started long before the murder of jamal khashoggi particularly with the war in yemen congress had been extremely uncomfortable about the u.s.
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involvement in that war and there had been a move to hold saudi arabia accountable for its conduct during those military operations but with the death of jamal khashoggi the saudi feeling in congress was galvanized in a way there was absolute horror at the nature of his death and in recent days there has been a congressperson after congressperson who has repeated the assertion that the crown prince must be held accountable that in all likelihood he is responsible for the murder of the journalist so the conditions the feelings in congress have certainly been very heated far at all odd says you point out from that of president trump himself he has repeatedly backed away from any direct accusation of the saudi government now in recent days the trumpet ministration has imposed sanctions against seventeen individuals now members of congress say ok that's fair enough but it's simply not enough and there again comes
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a question from several members from both sides of the aisle why is the crown prince not on the list of those being sanctioned now the situation appears to be coming to a head once more the report from the washington post and so many other news need new media outlets is likely to galvanize congress even further to demand that the president take a position on the matter and that he back away from what many members of congress say is an attempt to prevent accountability at the highest levels of the saudi government ok mike hanna live in washington d.c. mike thank you and enter simmons has been following this from istanbul also enter any reaction so far from turkey. michele it's too early in the morning to gauge any reaction from turkey or egypt to on the turkish president will be attending a public event later on saturday and we expect something to be said there he
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actually did take a phone call with the united states president donald trump on friday evening and the background we have on that from the turkish size is that the two men agreed on the need to shed light on all aspects of the has showed case and also the need to prevent a cover up that last sentence very much stressed in that background briefing now and one last sort of president trump a week ago in paris at the armistice day events and discussed the case that he hasn't really been seen in public since he did give a very big briefing the turkish media on his way back from paris emphasizing that he was staying on the case he would cooperate with any country that wanted to pursue this that he was adamant that justice had to be seen to be done his foreign
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minister has been echoing those thoughts and now this major event in terms of the washington post breaking this news that it's concluded that mohammed bin solomon was the perpetrator of the man who ordered the murder that is going to really really really shake turkey but in many ways it was expected and of course what's the washington post was doing on friday and preparing that report while it was going on right across turkey there were prayers being said for khashoggi not only here but also in saudi arabia and other parts of the world but this is what happened it is temple. forty five days of the jamal khashoggi is murder they come to pray. with a grief that it's a gray rainy day. abound all the more poignant because of the empty space on the move in here where
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a coffin should rest one of the show jews friends set the tone of the day after this prayer we are going to look for. justice not anger. but deep grief but we are looking. justice for. another friend expressed similar sentiment even by moment done by us into this was a barbaric act committed in the twenty first century this wasn't just the murder. expressions of anguish of regret and the quest for justice amongst little more revelations from the turkish media about the last moments of jamal khashoggi is life events that dispute the saudi account of what happened. took his harriet newspaper says a so far on hood of odia recording disproves the saudi assertion that jews murder
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was not planned the newspaper says the team can be heard discussing how to kill him the audio apparently contradicts the latest version of events from the saudis who are only twenty four hours ago said he died after being injected with a large dose of sedative following a brawl. and turkish investigators say it's already been established from the original recording that close shoji was strangled to death a not drugged a ruling party official who knew well says the saudi investigation can't be credible. it's an investigation that is headed by the crown prince and that investigation says he isn't related to what happened in each one organization of this investigation is problematic you can expect an independent fair judgment from that court among those here were many who didn't know because shoji he was murdered in the treasury quite unfortunately so that's why i'm here today it's really
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symbolic for me to this prayer. that is impossible not to react as a muslim and the human being we are here to do all us duty for jamal khashoggi for loved ones who maintain privacy on this day maybe some level of comfort spiritually but closure seems a long distance away. so enter the the revelation the reports that there is possibly be existence another tape what do we know about that could that possibly play and to the reporting from the washington post that the crown prince was involved. i would say that that certainly the washington post is acting primarily on what it has from the cia on how had been sound and some of the evidence there but yes that could be aspects to these tapes that the washington post is using and its conclusion as it puts it this tape you
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know we're talking about here was recorded before. actually got into the the consulate and so what is sad is you hear the team discussing the murder itself and this puts to bed any assertion from the saudis that there was no premeditated approach to this murder that it was more or less the decision made by the leader of the team so this again the turks pointing to a whole stream of evidence that that actually contradicts what the saudi is saying and the turkish say they can prove it and so really we're getting a very good commentary from the turks on what the saudis have been saying i mean varying from the saudis being oday shoes and in returning to this this approach that saying that it happened almost by accident that it was a type of rogue operation or day she says one would desperate is another all right
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anderson and ivan istanbul and her thank you. united nations special envoy for yemen says the warring parties will attend upcoming talks and her fighters on the fighting will continue as they sat him running a coalition launched air strikes on the ports and yet into our diplomatic editor james has this report be allowed to impede the chance when he brief the u.n. security council special envoy martin griffiths was talking about the prospects of yemeni peace talks due to take place soon in sweden it is a crucial moment for yemen. i have received firm assurances from the leadership of the yemeni parties the governor of yemen of course first and then they are committed to attending these consultations i believe that genuine alike spec than to continue in that way and to. appear for those consultations and indeed so do the
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yemeni people who are desperate for a political solution to a war in which they are the main victims also briefing the security council the head of the world food programme who says the country is only months away from full scale famine david beasley had just forty eight hours earlier being in the main yemeni port of her data while in yemen he visited a hospital in sanaa that only has the capacity for twenty child patients a day they receive about fifty cases those not admitted just sent home to die one little child and i remember little feet was sticking out the blanket and it was kind of cute and i went to called the little feat you know figured out to get a little smile and just like took on a ghost and nothing there. next week the u.k. will circulate a draft resolution to the other members of the security council calling for
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a sation of hostilities at the data and other key locations used for transporting aid how will saudi arabia react diplomats tell me they don't think the saudis welcome the idea of a new resolution james al-jazeera at the united nations so ahead on al-jazeera russia goes on a charm offensive in the central african republic or bring you an exclusive report from operations on rebel held territory. and the having lost starting a kilogram weighing in on how to replace the crank has separate tires and storage. from the waves of the south. to the contours of the east. hello there has been some pretty heavy rain in western iran in the last twenty four
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hours this is the clouds picked up by satellite in fact the whole system is active dancer kuwait and saudi arabia the head of it is joined by something else over turkey in the hokus s. and that's where the cold air is coming in from north of the caucasus and down through eastern europe which means the time being is not as cold as it was in tashkent and el monte but the rain in the forecast has gone it's a dry looking picture at least on saturday from iran back through to the east and met the given us the action area will get increasingly cloudy come sunday property still drive by the end of the day and it remains that way fine and sunny all to. plus four to say winter's going into eastern europe at the moment and having had some active weather even a tornado spotted in saudi arabia from this weakening frontal system apart from one to thunderstorms possibly in the u.a.e. this is going south and disappearing then we got a dry couple days was maybe a significant share our blood again for at least
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a couple of days sunday or woods southern africa has been dry for a couple of days were two showers have been showing up around the eastern side of south africa but there's not much more to call for the moment. the weather sponsored by cattle and always. getting to the heart of the matter how can you be a refugee after a while it borders between five safe countries facing the realities that's from the very beginning of the bombing school when you're providing context housing is not just about four walls and a roof here their story on talk to al-jazeera. the
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top stories for new u.s. media reporting the cia has concluded saudi crown prince. ordered the killing of. the washington post is reporting. the u.s. told me he would be safe to go to the consulate but the ambassador denies that conversation took place. taken place around the world people have been gathering at mosques. turkey saudi arabia and the u.k. . united nations special envoy says the warring parties will attend upcoming talks . with the fighters say civilians and hospitals in the port city of or hit in the latest airstrikes by coalition. if the rebels say at least six people were killed on friday has more from neighboring djibouti.
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invests forty. they say the pro-government forces have been getting green for months from other parts of the country. up to six civilians on friday in the days of the. of the continued against the pro-government fulls us saying they have been getting. outskirts of the city belonging to the pro-government fighters meanwhile. issued a statement calling for. among the. day that they say before we talk about peace we have to talk about the enforcement of. the
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whole targeting of civilians. respecting places like a host with. the international red cross also calling for the respect of the sanctity of civilian lives in the war in yemen the number of people reported missing from those deadly wildfires in northern california has jumped to more than a thousand the region sheriff says as many as one thousand and eleven people are now missing authorities have recovered the remains of eight more victims raising the death toll to seventy one more than fifty two thousand people have been displaced around two thousand central american migrants marching across mexico towards the u.s. have reached you want to right on the border american troops have been securing the border wall on the u.s. side with barbed wire as the migrants approach. i want to have opened up a sports complex to take up to three thousand people thousands are fleeing violence and poverty in their countries hoping to seek asylum in the united states britain
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has an exit secretary as prime minister theresa may fight to save a draft withdrawal agreement struck with the european union to barkley steps into the position vacated by dominic rad one of a number of conservatives who quit after the tory cabinet backed the deal made to her plan to the public on friday speaking at a london radio station to try and tell sell rather the agreement but a number of her party's senior lawmakers say the agreement will be rejected by parliament john hall has more from outside the u.k. parliament. well the ship of state on friday evening is looking more stable than it was twenty four hours ago theresa may has appointed a new briggs's secretary replacing dominic robb who resigned on thursday stephen bach li apt analogy union health minister but crucially a leave supporter that portfolio requires a leave supporter to make it in any way effective he takes up the position albeit a portfolio reduced in stature to reason may will be leading the negotiations we're
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told at least over the next ten days with the e.u. she's also brought back into her cabinet amber rudd the former home secretary a pro remain minister and a close ally of to resume a to take up estimate vai's position at work and pensions that's a big boost to the prime minister to have her ally back in cabinet and of course the five leave pro leave cabinet ministers who've been on the verge of resigning for the last twenty four hours including michael gove he's a big fish and they will decide to stay on and try and see this deal of hers through parliament so stability restored up to a point in this context that doesn't mean much more than that she and the government may survive the weekend because next week there is the possibility of a leadership challenge coming to pass the forty eight letters are received by the backbench committee chairman calling for a vote of no confidence by conservative party m.p.'s were told that number is
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approaching nobody will know until the moment comes but of course if three's amazed voted down to have to stand down whether there are the numbers in her party willing to see her go though is another matter given that five of those senior cabinet ministers have decided to stay on they may know that the numbers simply aren't there to defeat the prime minister. china's president xi jinping says world growth is being overshadowed by protectionism speaking at the apec summit and on the guinea he referred to u.s. china trade tensions calling protectionist actions shortsighted and him to fail as president obama promised decision to skip the yearly event has allowed chinese leadership thing to take center stage at that summit so paul. resorting to old practices such as protectionism unilateral ism will not result problems but also adds the uncertainties to the global economy history tells us taking the road of confrontation whether in the form of a cold war open war or tried war will produce no when it is us president mike pence
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says the tariffs will remain until china changes its ways. we have great respect for president. and great respect for china but in the president's words china is taking advantage of the united states for many many years. in those days are over. as the president said and china has tremendous barriers they have tremendous tariffs and as we all know their country and gauges and quotas forced technology transfers you know property thirty industrial subsidies on an unprecedented scale at least thirty seven people have died in violence between muslim and christian armed groups in central african republic that's after the united nations extended the mandate for its peacekeeping mission for another month one hundred seventy russian military advisers are also on the ground and more are on the way al-jazeera has been granted exclusive access to russian operations and rebel held territory or . two thousand and eighteen. a beauty
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pageant in a country torn by sick tarion violence courtesy of the russian federation the russians are in a charm offensive in the central african republic we develop the new special advisor to the presidents dispatched by moscow. the kremlin is keeping a close watch on a country the west is ignoring fourteen rebel groups are fighting one another pitting muslim and christian communities against each other to control a country larger than france are rich in minerals diamonds and gold. from above the scale of destruction becomes visible these are abandoned villages and ghost towns after rebel attacks. all countries are doing their best to help you get peace is a challenge there is no simple solution but we think we can achieve this reporter. it is under russian escort that we travel deep in the country. in rebel held
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territory here the russians have set up a well guarded small clinic in the waiting room is a short video playing on repeat celebrating this new alliance between the two countries. look we get a little bit to eat a little medicine this is wall we will take the how. can we turn home. dr ellis given enough is treating thirty patients a day. she's good at this is a community suffering from the trauma of war the gunshots the fear and the lack of access to health care has made things worse. in september thirty christians were killed by muslim militia andrea and with the u.n. described as potential war crimes and crimes against humanity in the west you have the fighters that are in control this center east and south are various seleka militia groups fighting each other to control the area we wouldn't be able to film
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here if we weren't under the escorts of the russians there right behind the camera and we kept filming them but since their arrival the fighting here has stopped. one hundred seventy russian military advisers are in the country some are deployed in the northern border more expected to come in the months ahead critics of the kremlin say this operation is led by mercenaries here to steal diamonds in exchange for security a claim they deny. while russia's presence is unsettling to the west the people of the central african republic too often ignored are now finally getting the attention they deserve because hawke al-jazeera banky seven united nations peacekeepers have been killed in an operation against an armed group in the republic of congo. a soldier's were also killed or wounded in the offensive near the city of beni it's the biggest loss at the un force since fighters killed
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fifteen troops nearly a year ago dozens of passengers have been burned to death and the second bus disaster in zimbabwe in the past ten days. we get pictures of the charred remains at least forty two passengers were killed and twenty injured some was severe burns a gas cylinder being carried on board a suspected of starting that inferno last week two buses collided killing fifty passengers. sometimes agoa merkel has visited the eastern city of chemist's three months after far right protests and violence the trouble was triggered by the fatal stabbing of a local man in august police arrested an asylum seeker for that attack at an event in the city merkel called on germans to distance themselves from racism and right wing hardliners not just tory that's taken away off of some scientists shoulders scientists from sixty nations have gathered in france and shared after making the landmark decision to overhaul the way kilogram is assessed in marker reports on the
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outskirts of paris about what it all means were really the monsters of measurements custodians of the kilogram the international general conference some weight some measurements is gathered to vote a redefining of vital calculation since eighty nine the kilograms being based on this cylinder of polished platinum lawyer the chunk of metal known as a is so precious it's kept deep in a high security vaults near paris. it is the mother of all measurements from which all weighing scales everywhere in the world are calibrated but there's a problem the growing case losing weight over the past one hundred twenty nine years of interacting with the air around it not to mention the occasional polish it's lost atoms fifty micrograms of mass to be precise it's just an object so if you use it you have to use it very carefully even when you put it on a balance you might change its mass a little bit it's not it's not guaranteed to be stable you have to keep it under
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the best condition as you and it is a replica of the gronk a otherwise known as the international kilogram prototype copies like this a calibrated against the original roughly every forty years or so increasing the possibility of inaccuracy that's unlikely to matter much when you're mixing ingredients together for a cake or measuring apples in the supermarket when you're mixing chemicals or putting together the ingredients in sensitive pharmaceuticals hyper accuracy matters. so what you're replacing the growing k. is the new standard kilogram the answer lies in quantum physics obviously the kilogram will be based on a universal constant to nature such as gravity or the speed of light is called the planck constant very simply it describes the behavior of particles and waves in the atomic scale and is measured using a complex instrument known as the kibble balance the world is shifting to this.
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era which means that now we are able to manipulate a. lot of technology which are based on that and need to have units which are you know i create a. decision. a will now retire into storage a relic of a bygone age ensuring a kilogram remains a kilogram for all time and for all people. al-jazeera france. the headlines now on al-jazeera the u.s. media are reporting the cia has concluded saudi crown prince mohammed bin ordered the killing of jamal khashoggi the washington post reporting the saudi ambassador to the u.s. talk. to go to the consulate at the ambassador denies that conversation took place mike hanna has more from washington d.c.
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. in the past twenty four hours a number of politicians have stated bluntly that they believe that the crown prince mohammed bin solomon is responsible and should be held accountable for the murder of jamal khashoggi so certainly this is going to be more ammunition to those politicians to bring pressure to bear on president trying to take some more tangible action not just against individuals that have been identified by the saudi authorities but also possibly against the crown prince himself the united nations special envoy for yemen martin griffith says the warring parties will attend the upcoming peace talks in sweden who the fighters say civilian schools and hospitals in the port city a few data were hit in the latest airstrikes by the saudi led coalition this is a crucial moment for yemen i've received firm assurances from the leadership of the yemeni parties the governor of yemen of course first and then they are committed to attending these consultations i believe that genuine and i expect them to continue
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in that way to. appear for those consultations and indeed so do the yemeni people who are desperate for a political solution to a war in which they are the main victims britain has a new brics it secretary as prime minister theresa may fight to save a draft agreement struck with the european union stephen barclay replaces dominic rab one of a number of conservatives who quit after the cabinet fact the deal may face is growing opposition from within her party with many calling for a no confidence motion the number of people purported missing from those wildfires in northern california has jumped to more than a thousand the region sheriff says an estimated one thousand eleven people are now missing authorities have recovered the remains of eight more victims raising the death toll to seventy one more than fifty two thousand people have been displaced as are the headlines keep it on al-jazeera talk to al-jazeera as that next.
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on counting the cost the briggs's end game is a complicated draw deal on the table will break it down it's really what it means for people living in the u.k. and the e.u. plus why saudi arabia wants to slam the brakes on oil production. counting the cost on al-jazeera. hundreds of thousands of people are fleeing the country with the largest known oil reserves and. until six years ago it was one of latin america's most prosperous nations must when the price of oil plummeted the exodus began first the wealthiest
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class left by plane followed by middle class professionals. now with a hyper inflation rate that's almost impossible to measure it's the turn of those who can only afford to leave.


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