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more than half a billion dollars is a budget approved by parliament for the election commission and already politicians are spending millions on publicity and planning for election day the election commission which had its budget approved last month is also faced with a logistical nightmare of having the long list of seventy nine candidates on the presidential ballot paper there's no room. to begin. when. that political party that that wish to contest on the ballot paper yes of course could be talented but. what will also come into play in next year's election are regional religious and tribal leaders analysts say unless voters look beyond those factors nothing much will change in africa's most populous nation. nigeria still to come here on the sports we'll have reaction from sri lanka after a rare series victory for england's test cricketers.
the latest news as it breaks the world bank says arrival of many young migrants could be beneficial for the colombian economy with detailed coverage by turning back on by lateral ties with iran what president donald trump has done is to show people there will be no blurred lines between friends and enemies from around the world
a big group of pro independents cannot command stormed the play station but then stood on the side killing for placement and thought. of again the government in tanzania has suddenly found itself with two hundred thousand tonnes of cashew nuts on its hands the government is for the entire crop to try to end the price dispute between farmers and traders as catherine sawyer reports now the army has been brought in as processing workers have been sent home . day nest number have a sting the last of her cash crop that it's been a bad idea a disease or dries of food has men she's only managed to fill seven sacks instead
of the usual forty on average to make matters worse middlemen offered to buy them at and acceptably low price that course the government to intervene and buy tanzania's and hire a crop at a dollar and a half a kilo the government's also undertaken to process and sell it or. what they wanted to buy from us at a cost that will not get any returns we spend so much on fertilizes the way the government has intervened is good. the cash in us will end up in warehouses like this would be leased by the government officials here and military commanders are walking out logistics to make sure the process is smooth and there's enough room to store around two hundred thousand tons of knots what you should be going in i want you see we want you the public to coordinate with the military we need strong young men to load the trucks.
tanzania is one of the world's largest cash not producers and the major foreign exchange. president john mark foley has sacked some ministers and government workers for failing to deal with the matter price crisis this move by the government to buy up all the cash and nuts from families in the south is unprecedented the president has ordered the agriculture development bank to pay up and for the military to coordinate trucking the nuts to warehouses traders and middlemen are being left out at this time of the year processing plants such as this one should be busy preparing exports most have shut down in those still operating will soon or will. come to india helps run the factory he says a fall in cash and prices because of a subclass in the world market has made it difficult for traders to buy from a firm as the government set price. more with close to some operations and laid off
two hundred people next week when this process is done will have to send another two hundred heim must be finished packaging the other one hundred will have to be some traders say they're ready to talk to the authorities and reach an agreement but for now the government is family in charge of what is tanzania's most important cash crops catherine al-jazeera to our south in tanzania. time now for sports here's andy thank you so much arjun well in just a few minutes time cries she will meets anglin in a repeat of this year's world cup semifinal. getting ready to meet in a decisive game in the european nations league a place in next year's finals is at stake at london's wembley stadium a win for either same will see them top their group and progress a draw or main but sides miss out and spain qualify instead in russia. wants to reach that world cup final. at the moment have have the advantage that.
they beat is actually so i mean in the semifinal. we've got huge respect for them the players the coach. their mentality. but also we've got belief that we're improving and we're learning all the time but overall it's a very great team a great young team they made our life difficult at the world cup they made our life difficult enrica so i think the atmosphere will be great at wimbley but we will not surrender we have great respect for them but we have greater respect for ourselves and we showed that and we proved that and we are on track but for us the most important games are in march the qualifiers for the euro cup that is the most important thing but if we can't top this group now then why not on saturday european champions portugal became the first same to make it through its allies finals fernando sun sauces team he were without chris turner and i like playing out a goal is joy it's silly they taken on a side of a late at the top of the league a group three the result also means it's
a leak can't be relegate another joke of it will face alexander's vera of in the final of the a.t.p. finals a little lights are on very rich the top of the sought after beating world number three roger federer but as a helmet reports the twenty one year old german's victory didn't come without control this is a shot to a one hundred think those titles on the line for roger federer in his top final send me against a very game alexander's very the german himself was looking to win his biggest title and he started well winning a close first at seven five. and while the second was even closer it will likely be remembered for a moment of controversy. out for three down in a tie break very structurally because the ball boy dropped a ball and despite the london crowd not being impressed by the umpire ordered the point to be replayed. five of the federal ultimately paying the price for an unforced error made by somebody else.
was the german would win three pay point and go on to seal the match and a spot in the final with thank you but the founds would not let him enjoy his moment while played sashay that was such an exciting match an exciting type break a fantastic atmosphere i hear how did you get the win. with apologize to roger and that already you told me to come in and that's ok you know it's obvious in the rules like that i want to apologise to the crowd as well i mean obviously there's a lot of roger friends here and you know if he deserves you have you should. know what he's achieved and what kind of guy is these things happen i never like it we see it in other sports all the time and tennis is since rare so when it happens it's we feel it really is very personal and we take it very direct you know and i think it's unfortunate that this happened such
a doesn't deserve it whether the fans like it or not fed result and there are through still malik al-jazeera. or beating jock which will be a big task is there of in that final the fourteen time grand slam winner hasn't dropped a set all week so it's in kevin anderson a seven six two six to the world number one and it's equal federer's record of six title. running n.b.a. champions the golden state warriors slipped to their third loss in four games the words losing to the mavericks in dallas kevin durant's score a game high thirty two points for golden state was and soon after look at donnish but the dallas with twenty four points as they beat the was one twelve to one nine fourth straight win for the math it's. in chicago the trends are raptors beat the bulls by thirty nine points serge ibaka had sixteen points for the raptors but fred damned late start on the night leading survived to a one twenty two to eighty three victory that's not a three game losing streak. well in unscripted of routes of
a red test series win in sri lanka sri lanka started day five of the second test needing seventy five runs to win the match and level the series but england got the three wickets they required a victory or an alley with a couple including this one strike as caps and sarong a lack while jack leach picked up the final wicket and his maiden test five were good whole england winning by fifty seven runs their first series victory in sri lanka since two thousand and one to perform as we have done. and managed to sort of them so that pressure a player back on the opposition for long periods of time as well hold on. quite a lot of maturity for was quite an experience side in this part of world. we're looking at the bigger picture of the disease the first t.v. series we lost we want the one in south africa to need it and these two games very
close games. we had the opportunity to win both games that at times even played but if we could dance we had to accept that and a seventeen year old racing driver house of five day horror crushed in the california three rice in china germany's saffir flush was heading into a tight corner before losing control and going able. a car crashing into media stuff on a truck side platform. seventeen year old was taken to hospital with a spinal fracture to photographers and a martial also injured bush has since tweeted thankfully to say she's ok and will be undergoing surgery on monday i came on that story as we get it and even he thinks indeed environmental battle in the balkans is heating up with a group of women the term and to stop a network of rivers running dry two thousand seven hundred hydroelectric dams threaten what environment and vital mentalists a is
a unique ecosystem in bosnia and herzegovina david schaper reports. the christian river runs through a mountain forest once a rich hunting ground outside serry a vote for the emperor of austria hungary a business cartels plans to build a small hydroelectric plant here though means these waters could soon run dry diverted into concrete pipes to drive. the women of the village of christie are the only thing standing in their way the project would destroy the hopes of reviving jobs and tourism in a national park devastated by the war here in the one nine hundred ninety s. . police who used to clear block a day built to prevent construction crews reaching the site of beating women with battens outrage public opinion. they continue that twenty four hour guard above the river which is
a source of drinking water as well as taking the fight to the courts is we've seen examples of the bands that have been built before and to the river beds we would all have to move out and leave our homes throughout the balkan region a total of two thousand seven hundred hydroelectric plants a plant or under construction in bosnia has covina they already supply forty percent of the energy supply. environmentalists say that building a hydroelectric dam is similar to cutting down a tropical rain forest and its impact on the local ecology investors maybe getting a quick return on that money but a huge swathe of species in the local habitat a port on a downward escalator to words extinction ecologists have described it as a tsunami a down building that will pound the whole to the whole region the real motive they say is far from the ideal of clean sustainable energy or having some really really
one of the most beautiful rivers in the world so here. they are going to be destroyed for the sake of. but in ten years time solar power is forecast to be much cheaper than i do earlier tricks of the pristine forests of rivers of the balkans will probably have gone for the beach a to al-jazeera sorry. and that's the news i'll be back with more of the day's top stories in just a few months. for eighty five years we've had many proud moments around the world and in the sky and
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saudi journalist. awhile adrian for again this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up hundreds of thousands of people in yemen trapped by intensified fighting and now in immediate danger say the u.n. in the red cross is new aid efforts begin. the remains of more victims of california's wildfire found almost thirteen hundred people are still unaccounted for. and fighting the currents in the balkans become a group of women stop a river network running dry. the u.s. government is expected to take a view on who ordered the murder of the saudi journalist in the next two days u.s. media reports say that the cia is concluded that the saudi crown prince mohammed
bin solomon is responsible but president donald trump said it's still too early to say chabris returns he reports from washington. while touring the devastation caused by the california wildfires donald trump claimed the cia had not assessed anything yet that it was too early but that a judgment would come soon we're going to come up with a report as to what we think the overall impact was and who caused it and who did it a state department earlier released this statement recent reports indicating that the u.s. government has made a final conclusion are inaccurate there remain numerous unanswered questions with respect to the murder of mr chaudry the state department will continue to seek all relevant facts and we will do that while maintaining the important strategic relationship between the united states and saudi arabia but according to several reports not only has the cia reached a conclusion it has high confidence in its assessment but because it was killed by order of the saudi crown prince the cia reached out assessment having examined
communication intercepts and analyzing the power structure of saudi arabia but there's still no direct evidence confirming muhammad bin salman ordered the hits and that may be all the leeway the president needs to avoid reaching the same definitive conclusion congressional leaders have been briefed by the cia some members of congress are demanding action me senator richard blumenthal tweeted this trump must accept for once his intelligence experts in controversial conclusion crown prince m.b.'s is culpable for monstrous murder this brazen killing must have consequences sanctions prosecution removal of m.p.'s and others not continued coverup enabled by trump and the president is not willing to take those decisions the congress of the united states when it comes back. and reconvenes in washington will take decisions itself and the president might not like those decisions so he better get out in front of this oncoming train according to reports even the cia
accepts that muhammad bin sounds position is secure but there are suggestions that the u.s. may attempt to use evidence of a. crown prince's culpability in to show g.'s murder as leverage yemen the blockade of qatar where the incarceration of dissidents even as some in congress see the murder of jamal khashoggi as a moment to reevaluate the entire relationship between saudi arabia and the us others see it more as an opportunity to clip the wings of a volatile crown prince while still relying on him to advance the trumpet ministrations agenda in the middle east she had her town see al-jazeera washington media reports in the usa that a top white house official who essentially involves an american policy on saudi arabia as quits. in jordan reports from washington people know who john bolton is he is the national security advisor to the u.s. president donald trump but most people don't know the staff of the national security council the people who give john bolton an ultimate lee the u.s.
president advice on how to deal with national security challenges and crises one of those people the point person on saudi arabia has now left her post her name is kerrison fontanne rose until friday night when she reportedly turned in her resignation fontanne rose was one of the people working on the u.s. response to the murder of jamal. the saudi journalist who was killed in istanbul on october second fountain rose reportedly wanted a very tough line taken against saudi arabia because of her apparent belief that the very highest reaches of the saudi kingdom were responsible for a death. apparently she had also been recently placed on administrative leave and it's not clear why and it's not clear whether her resignation on friday was because fallen heroes disagreed with the policy direction inside the white house or whether
she left to avoid being fired either way she is a veteran expert on mideast affairs and this was opposed as she had just taken on earlier in two thousand and eighteen what is clear however is that phantom rosa's departure indicates that there is no unanimity of opinion when it comes to how the u.s. should respond to the killing of custody and more important how it should interact from now on with the saudi crown prince mohammed bin salim on the united nations and the red cross say that hundreds of thousands of people in immediate danger from renewed fighting in yemen's hard data the saudi or iraqi coalition is trying to retake the key port city from the rebels u.n. officials say the eight point four million people are in danger of full scale famine. reports now from across the red sea in djibouti. after a brief pause in fighting a few days ago the besieged city of her days again in flames both if itas 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 us its forces took control of these parts of the eastern suburbs 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 lolling 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
towards the neighborhood south of near the city's airport. data has been under attack for months dolphins' it is aimed at cutting controlled areas from their main supply agreement. the un and the international 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 that says yemenis are only months away from full scale farming 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 in changing the port of the day that is a lifeline for millions of yemenis up to eighty percent of humanitarian supplies fuel and goods on which they depend docked 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 at the end of the year in sweden mohammed on the world is either djibouti. the u.s. envoy for afghanistan says that he's hoping for a peace deal with the taliban by april so make that as have three days of talks in quetta where the taliban has a political office the u.s. led coalition force the taliban from power seventeen years ago following the september eleventh attacks on new york and washington but the taliban still controls almost half of afghanistan and frequently attacks security forces and government targets it's refused to negotiate directly with the internationally recognized afghan government calling it an illegitimate regime put into place by foreign powers michael semple is a professor of queen's university belfast
a former deputy u.s. special representative to afghanistan who has to go seated with the taliban he says that these talks may prove to be crucial in the peace process there are significant are really as you know remarkable the and boy from his now the now saying that he hopes to get a deal by april because until now publicly the taliban are not given anything away well i think that that he actually the u.s. will really be delighted if the if the taliban would come on the inside when it comes down to they this is the interest of the u.s. they went in there actually because of problems with al qaeda and it was the taliban's sheltering of terrorists rather than the fact that the taliban were in government now the u.s. has got no intention of sort of handing government locks not to talk and borrow over to the taliban but the whole idea of the u.s. encouraging the taliban to join talks with the afghan government is that they can come up with some deal whereby they taliban come into the political system i mean
the whole idea of us of a the plural political system might have been afghanistan is that there's meant to be room for everyone but until now the taliban have refused to talk directly to the afghan government they've refused to acknowledge the government to accept the political. system and they haue yet prepared their membership for the kind of political compromise that would you know would be in both so far what the leadership has been telling the members of. is that the fight goes on until i'm the the us calls out and we restore our government without sharing it's never happened before an apec summit until now leaders attending the meeting failed to agree on a final statement after two days of meetings in papua new guinea the asia pacific economic cooperation summit was less about working together and more about individual statements as andrew thomas reports from port moresby.
international summits usually end with bland communiques not chaotic scenes and the prime minister being bundled out of a conference room who peter o'neill papua new guinea's prime minister had just been telling reporters about the success of the apec summit he'd been hosting and trying to leave without taking questions on its dramatic failure that leaders have not been able to agree on even the plan this language for an agreed leaders statement at the apec summit took place behind closed doors so why the failure to get all twenty one to agree i think your writing is as the chair you don't even not to be able to achieve a community where you have almost twenty one economies agreeing to the agreeing to all the issues that we have discussed and it is not the frustration but it is that we all haitians summit thank you managed to publish something even if it's pretty bland of if they haven't this is how i'm not authorized to have published that and i'll be releasing their due.