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tv   NEWS LIVE - 30  Al Jazeera  November 18, 2018 11:00am-11:34am +03

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he expects the u.s. to change its relationship with saudi arabia the cia report essentially has listed out many discoveries that weren't available to the u.s. public or the international community and i can definitely imagine that congress will call for a significant adjustment of the u.s. saudi relationship already out of the gate you had bipartisan cause for congress to pressure policymakers to use this as an opportunity to basically hold the saudi government account to account and when you look across the board what's happening in terms of these reports just over the last twenty four hours you can say with a great deal of certainty that prince mohammed in the eyes of the global community is definitely damaged goods so will he survive and will he most likely still
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continue to be within the reins of power in saudi arabia that seems to be the expectation based on reports by u.s. policymakers but it's expected that this relationship will definitely change going forward the saudi led military coalition has resumed strikes against yemen's houthi rebels in the whole city of hadera either they who things now control most of the government while the exile government rules a section of the self the united nations says the situation has pushed them eight point four million people to the brink of starvation how about a reports by djibouti. after a brief pause in fighting a few days ago the besieged city of her days again in flames whole thing fighters us a top target that industrial complex on the outskirts with rockets and artillery because it was a base for the pro-government alliance backed by so did the u.s. its forces took control of these parts of the eastern suburbs
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a few days ago philthy commanders say the recent plea for ceasefire is simply a ploy to allow their allies to the group in the military escalation must be met with a similar escalation once the balance of power is gained over they are in possession of advanced technologies sophisticated weapons in addition to the logistic support from the usa then a political solution can be acceptable to them if we remain weak they will dictate their own terms. the two day law in fighting earlier this week seems all but shouted on the residents of the city are bracing themselves for more fight. video posted on the internet by the pro-government dance brigade shows troops advancing toward the neighborhood south of near the city's airport. data has been under attack for months dolphins' it is aimed at cutting off a controlled areas from their main supply agreement. the un and the international
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red cross say the resumption of fighting is endangering the lives of hundreds of thousands of civilians trapped in that densely populated city. the head of the world food program was just visited today the ses yemenis are only months away from full scale. we asked the leaders of this country to give us the access that we need the support that we need unimpeded access so that we can be engaged doing what we do this saving lives in changing the port of her day that is a lifeline for millions of yemenis up to eighty percent of humanitarian supplies fuel and goods on which they depend dock here aid workers say on a talk on the docks is still a possibility something that could put at risk more than fourteen million a dependent yemenis on the fighting is said to continue as both sides try to gain more territory ahead of peace talks due to be held on the end of the year in sweden
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how about the world has the right to beauty the death toll from the wildfires in northern california has risen to seventy six nearly one thousand three hundred people reported missing in the region following the worst blaze to hit the state in a century a short while ago local authorities said the number of dead rose after a new remains were discovered since last night an additional five remains were recovered bringing the total up to seventy six human remains four of those human remains were found in paradise all four found inside structures one human remains was found in concow and it was found outside of the structure of those seventy six individuals we have tentatively identified sixty three people those dedications are waiting confirmation by d.n.a. and now that we are up and running in that process i'm hoping that i will be able
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to report out on identifications in the near future. meanwhile u.s. president donald trump has visited northern california to survey the damage wildfires almost completely destroyed the town of paradise which has a population of about twenty six thousand trump again blamed it on poor forest management he also dismissed suggestions climate change caused the latest wildfires the scene of devastation and change your opinion at all on climate change the president. is going to. wake up and we're going to have forests. as we came here to. save for ours and. that's happening recently. kristen salumi has been to the town of paradise she's now in the neighboring city of chico with this report. many are in shelters some are staying with family some are in hotels but others have camped out in various
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locations including where you can see behind me here a makeshift camp ground on the sidelines of a wal-mart parking lot they've made a little community here and they're just trying to get by and figure out their next steps and we've talked a lot of those evacuees earlier in the day now i want to talk to some volunteers because we've seen a lot of volunteers coming out as well the community really pulling together to try to help people survive the situation and figure out their next steps i'm joined by the yemen american association of the bay area you guys drove a long way this is iraq men you guys drove several hours to be here right what is it that made you want to come out and help today yes we did we got up at like six in the morning and got the yemeni american so she asian together and we wanted to do our part for the this beautiful country you know we've been hearing about it on the news and we went on ahead this whole week and got the yemeni community together
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gathered up about five hundred brand new blankets thermals clothes and that's why we're out here we registered this morning it took about four hours to get registered after we got registered they said we cannot help at the fire site until they finish their investigations or whatnot so they sent us to the salvation army salvation i think it's our media and what we did over there is we helped bring in the clothes in the donations that people were bringing in and dividing up throughout the warehouse and that was a great experience for all of us so now we want to distribute what we have in our truck to people that are in need of it so that's the whole thing we want to help the community absolutely and however you have been talking to people and what have you been seeing what's your reaction to even seeing and people been going through what we have talked to quite a few people and it's everybody has a sad story and i mean we wish we can help everybody we're going to try and do what we can we're planning on coming back in the next couple days when. they do call us back we have fifty people registered already twenty five stayed and hopefully
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tomorrow or the next day when we get a call we'll be ready to whatever it is they need from us we're willing to do that's great and interesting you're telling me that in the san francisco area even though this fire obviously the people here are just you know i've lost so much but even in san francisco you're feeling the smoke and what's the what's the environment like right you know we thought there'd be more smoke out here when we got out here but we have more smoke in the bear area than out here i guess it's blowing towards the bay and it's bad out here but not as bad as the bay area at this time so yes you know you can smell it in the air for our viewers you can taste it feel it in your throat it's actually another concern for everyone who lives in this area because of the bad air quality it says concern for people with respiratory problems and so on a lot for people to worry about to consider fema the federal emergency management association has come to the scene as well people are starting to register with them to think about where they can get permanent housing moving forward and that is
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really the pressing question that is facing this community now even as they try to contain this fire further it's mostly contained fifty five percent contained away from population areas but still burning those recovery efforts as i mentioned still going on but the next step that they are going to have to deal with is just where all these people are going to go for permanent housing. still ahead on al-jazeera where the mexican border city of tijuana where a massive caravan of central american migrants has come to a home. and facing hate from all sides hollywood appears to be out of the columbia's president one hundred days after taking office. had of that unexpectedly deep snow in the northeast may have melted little bits and
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temperatures risen and snow more much more at least to come but the cold hasn't gone away this is all cold air and this is not system a barrier between the two which quite often means only more snow to fall well yes across the plains states are running out to maybe the northern ohio valley but not much in it the temps are still different but we're above freezing at least chicago if not in minneapolis and down in dallas and atlanta are up in the teens so the division still exists west coast well there's not much the way of tribe but the breeze is no longer blowing at the interior chief anything is slightly good news taking you had to monday now and the pictures to live a little bit is no foregone the high ground maybe otherwise temperature cover-up into ten or above new york or washington south of all this and this is the active line of cloud showers have been falling in cuba in the bahamas and particularly down in honduras that line still exists and hunters will get another bit of a pasting and for anywhere down towards panama could well see some potentially very
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wet weather over the next day or so to give that we've seen over one hundred million meters in honduras repeat that in costa rica and panama some flooding. on counting the cost the breaks it end game there's a complicated draw deal on the table we'll break it down and tell me 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. ultimately it's the opportunity to understand a very different way before things happens and we don't need.
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i'm back you're watching our time to recap the headlines now the u.s. government is expected to give its conclusion on who killed mr moussa shoji in the next two days that's according to u.s. president donald trump who says he's awaiting final report media leaks said the cia believes saudi crown prince. ordered the killing. coalition has resumed as strike against yemen's three fighters in the port city of. united nations says the war has pushed a point four million people to the brink of starvation. nearly one thousand three hundred people are missing in northern california following the worst wildfires to
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hit the region since records began dan trump has made his first visit to the area at least seventy six people died most of them in the town of paradise. in france a protester has been killed or more than two hundred injured during demonstrations against the rising cost of fuel since the start of two thousand and eighteen prices have increased by as much as twenty percent the government's added so-called green taxes to try to lower air pollution as part of its environmental policy the protesters say that they are unfairly punished people need their cars barker reports from paris. they are the sights and sounds of protest in the heart of the french capital there have been many demonstrations during president micron's leadership as he tries to introduce a raft of economic reforms but this new round of protests is different. around two hundred fifty thousand demonstrators took to the streets and more than
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two thousand protests nationwide. this was bordereau's main square. and it began as a grassroots movement called the yellow vests a backlash against tax increases on petrol and diesel the movements now gathering momentum. in northern france near cali they blocked roads as well as access to fuel depots paralyzing transport routes as a blockade in southeast from a driver accidentally hit and killed a woman demonstrator bicycle i'm wearing this universe for a simple reason there are too many taxes in this fuel tax we simply cannot tolerate we just keep getting taxed by michael and they getting nothing back here in central paris there are several pockets of protests and merging in different parts of the city similar tenuously such as here at the arc de triomphe also being thorough somewhat valiant attempts to blockade the roads although here where people are
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doing is stopping cars to see exactly what people support what they're trying to do here is a difficult challenge for president emanuel macron on the one hand the house to show that he is allowing people the democratic right demonstrations like this the same time standing firm on his policies. on the point that dr government is listening to all the demonstrations and of course we must continue to answer the expectations of the french including those about their purchasing power but one thing is certain interior ministry is very concerned and will always be very concerned for the safety and well being of the people that put it earlier in the week mccrum said he wanted to reconcile the french people with its leaders the government insists the price hikes and necessary to help reduce carbon emissions has offered some financial incentives to encourage people to buy electric cars but demonstrators say tank says should be imposed on big polluters like heavy industries not ordinary drivers but crumbs popularity has been forming in recent
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months he can't afford to see it slide any further leave barca al-jazeera paris. now tens of thousands of czechs have marched in prague to demand the prime minister's resignation and their babis faces charges that he misused european union funds a decade ago he's come under increased pressure this week after his son revealed he'd been in crimea to avoid being questioned about the case protests in greece turned violent on saturday as thousands of people marked the anniversary of the one nine hundred seventy three student rebellion against military rule fifteen thousand people participated in what started as peaceful protests several hundred demonstrators they threw petrol bombs and stones at police thousands of officers were deployed trade tensions between the u.s. and china are dominating the apec summit in papua new guinea on saturday chinese
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leader xi jinping took aim at u.s. protectionism meanwhile u.s. vice president mike pence says washington will not back down until beijing changed its ways to have imposed tariffs on each other exact sports the ball. resorting to old practices such as protectionism unilateralists will not result problems but also adds the uncertainties to the global economy history tells us taking that road of confrontation whether in the form of a cold war open war or trade war will produce no win it. we have great respect for president. and great respect for china. but in the president's words china's take 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 gauges and quotas forced technology transfer intellectual property thirty industrial subsidies on an unprecedented scale. almost
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three thousand migrants for at mexico's border with california say they don't feel welcome in the mexican city of tijuana most of them are staying at the local sports complex sleeping outdoors on a baseball field the city's mayor is warning the influx of central american migrants will continue for six months thousands of them are scaping violence and poverty with the hope they'll gain asylum in the u.s. why did joe castro's and to want to mexico just on the border with us. i'm outside the community sports stadium that's become the makeshift shelter for more than two thousand people these are migrants who have been traveling with the caravan from central america that are safely really a continent on foot dealing with the elements only to arrive here in america store steps and have to wait days if not weeks longer women and children have been
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sleeping with no roof exposed to the elements at night but there have been some signs of hope there are members of the community into want to who have come here to open up resources like a trailer offering people showers clothing being distributed as well as food the reason that so many migrants are now so in essential is stuck into the awana is that the u.s. government is only allowing a trickle of people to make their assignment claim in the port of entry a day only about thirty out of the thousands who are now now to america's doorsteps and so what that means is that he'll want to have its resources strained for many days to come with these migrant families wondering.


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