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differences. and the similarities of cultures across the world so no matter how you take it al-jazeera will bring you the news and current affairs that matter to you al-jazeera. saudi arabia's top diplomat declares the kingdom is united around its leadership denying a report that. could trigger changes at the top. hello i'm a start the attack and this is al jazeera live from dire also coming up almost eighty five. as in babies and children killed by starvation and disease the catastrophic
human cost of yemen's war. the moves to punish overspending but rome remains defiant. all third unless it for how south sudan is banking on pumping much more oil. saudi arabia's foreign minister says the kingdom is united around its leadership as he angrily rejected reports about a change in the line of succession but reuters news agency says it stands by its story which that members of the royal family want to see crown prince mohammed bin salma blocked from the throne after the matter of journalist jamal khashoggi the trumpet ministration meanwhile is standing by a saudis realize as she had her tansey reports from washington d.c. . even as the saudi foreign minister insisted investigations were ongoing into the
death of jamal khashoggi it was clear one possibility was not to be considered but the journalist was killed at the order of the highest levels of the saudi government which has led admitting that this was an operation that was that went wrong or people exceeded their authorities did something they're not supposed to do we have made it very clear that we're investigating that those who committed this crime will be a prostitute justice and that procedures will be reviewed in which to make sure it doesn't happen again you also dismissed a reuters report that some members of the saudi ruling family wanted to block crown prince mohammed bin salman from assuming the throne he so outrageous comments that are being made are totally unacceptable and the kingdom of saudi arabia is unified on this issue the kingdom of saudi arabia is committed to its leadership the kingdom of saudi arabia is committed to the vision that our leaders have put forth for us in terms of vision twenty thirty and in terms of moving along the path of reform of the pentagon u.s.
defense secretary james mattis discussed the administration's reasons for backing saudi arabia despite calls for accountability for khashoggi is murder on the khashoggi affair he said presidents don't often get the freedom to work with unblemished partners in all things you don't mention the conflict in yemen if you want to end the war you're going to deal with saudi you can't say i'm not going to deal with them a rejection of the policy advocated by an increasing number of members of congress to apply pressure on saudi arabia to end the war by ending the u.s. arms sales upon which its offensive depends matters a statements echoed the doctrine of spiles by donald trump and his statement on tuesday the us is strategic interest supersede all else and argument the received a withering response from the editor of the washington post who published a market share g.'s articles i was astonished even after two years of kind of astonishing and dismaying things from this president this one was is really almost beyond belief and it's wrong on so many levels. i mean of course it's
wrong to excuse the murder of. journalist. any human being which is doing but even a ton of strategic since you know i mean he seems to see it is well we can't worry about things like morality and human rights because we need saudi arabia but for now the trump of ministration seems impervious to criticism of its explanation of what will act against saudi arabia she every term c o two zero washington mike hanna joins us live from washington d.c. mike dows your best comments were very much in line with the trumpet ministration as it stands by saudi arabia israel is yes indeed it does appear various stages is being noted very close similarities between the saudi position and that of the trumpet ministration the saudi foreign minister there repeating the insinuation that there was no involvement whatsoever from the highest levels of
saudi leadership but president trump went even further in his bizarre statement basically drawing a line under the whole matter the washington post publisher has not published a editorial fred ryan says and points out that president trump refers to jamal khashoggi as an enemy of the state something that not even the saudis have publicly done so president trump pushing it to the limit making very clear he believes this matter is over but certainly congress at this stage are not going to let him get away with that it would appear mike it seems pressure is building on capitol hill and we've seen senate has pushing for an inquiry what do you think likely to happen next. well senator lindsey graham he's a republican senator very close supporter of donald trump and sometime golf partner well he says there's enough bipartisan support within congress to push through for example sanctions against saudi arabia ban on weapon sales or even
a demand from congress that the cause of death and responsibility for the death be established by an independent investigation now further to that the senator sent another letter to president trump the foreign relations committee sent a first letter on october the tenth invoking the global mcguinn ski act now that provides for accountability for human rights abuses in its recent letter the committee says given the light of recent events it now demands that president trump in that investigation has already been requested to carry out looks at one specific fact was the crown prince mohammed bin salman responsible for the death of jamal khashoggi or not now in terms of the scale at the president is obliged to conduct that investigation and indeed to report the findings back to congress the only issue is it's a one hundred twenty day period from when the act was actually invoked that's
october the tenth so still a lot of time a lot of wiggle room for the president before he faces that particular legal challenge mike hanna in washington d.c. thanks very much for that nyc turkey is accusing the u.s. of trying to turn a blind eye to matter and mocked president translate his comments as comical tony betty has more from istanbul. president donald trump's statement of support for saudi arabia was perhaps no great shock in turkey but there was derision. yesterday statement is just comical the cia would know not only who killed them but what color the consulate cats were. the turkish government has said nothing officially but privately is angered by the us president ignoring a horrific murder because of economic reasons and there are worries this could lead to other governments abandoning human rights if you have a situation in the united states where you have a leader which is hostile to principles if you have a situation where you have an european union where many leaders who are once.
defending human rights principles are now indifferent or silent or abuses taking place for example here in turkey or elsewhere i think this is a very. damaging time for human rights principles amnesty is issued a report about how women activists have been tortured and abused in detention in saudi arabia but without the leverage of a powerful country like the us little is likely to change and without u.s. support it will be difficult for turkey to get answers from saudi arabia about who really ordered the killing of jamal khashoggi turkey's position actually stool we need to get an answer or let's say a conclusive answer from this saudi arabia say because most from really. united states the european union. that there will not push this problem in
a further turkey this is not just a political economic issue it's also a criminal one a murder has been committed and they want to investigate it and solve it but they say that investigation is being hampered by a lack of saudi cooperation. the turks are demanding details about the day mr casady was murdered they have asked the saudis who if not the crown prince gave the order they want the men accused tried in a turkish court and they want to know where mr remains are but turkey can't force this alone it has to be an in international investigation under the powers of the un secretary-general. so it has to be an investigation where there is an experienced investigative team with the power to go anywhere they need to go to interview witnesses to interview suspects. only in nice circumstances i think genuine justice be impossible. this murder has gone from the realms of
a tragic hollywood movie script to a political chess game it may be that with the help of donald trump saudi arabia has the advantage tony berkeley al-jazeera istanbul. apart from the case u.s. defense secretary james mattis has also been discussing the war in yemen he says forces have again ceased an offensive around the port city of had data the u.n. special envoy to yemen met truthy rebel leaders in the capital sanaa martin griffiths is expected to travel to have data on thursday the port is crucial for food and aid supplies yemen is already suffering from the wilds west humanitarian crisis and the u.n. is warning that millions of people could die of hunger and fighting close around the embattled today to port save the children estimates that more than eighty four thousand children under five may have died of hunger and disease since the saudi led coalition intervened in the civil war in twenty fifteen while the u.n.
says more than one point three million children have suffered from extreme malnutrition in the past three years more than eight million people are at risk of starvation with three quarters of yemen's population of lifesaving assistance mohamed today reports from neighboring djibouti. kushal to solve human swore and not just was hit by the bombs and bullets there comic impact has been catastrophic for the general population food supplies have been disrupted prices have gone up and millions of people are now living with the effects of malnutrition. is weak and severely malnourished she's ten months old but weighs just three kilograms the weight over a newly born baby. been sick since she was born hunger and disease have left tiny and frail she even struggles to cry. mariam is a very sick not only she on good nourished but she also suffers from diarrhoea
she's very sick yemen has always been desperately poor but the war has made things was while food prices inevitably rise incomes have plummeted many families can barely afford to eat. i have sixteen children two of them suffer severe malnutrition and hung on the living conditions as you know and i'm without any source of income hospitals in hygeia province overflowing with sick and starving babies and more keep arriving every day so i thought there had to rough a millennium but your problem of severe malnutrition is getting worse the consequences of four years of war are clearly visible here from severe malnutrition to deformed needy born babies breastfeeding mothers also suffer from undernourishment. the frequent strikes also make it difficult for the people to leave their homes the destruction to roads and bridges has limited the delivery of food and fuel to
a population already suffering. according to the united nations two point eight million people have been driven from their homes by the bombing its humanitarian chief has warned of a clear and present danger of farming many of the displaced are living in green camps in the middle of the contrary surviving on meagre relief hundreds whose deliveries a few and far between. seeing children dying for lack of food in the middle of the war in yemen is deeply shocking the hundreds of thousands of children perhaps even millions who have not access to proper medical care and as the conflict rages on aid workers say they're finding it more and more difficult to deliver aid to those who need it most they now hope they farm and just like the war the course and it won't be forgotten to one hundred on the wall jazeera djibouti. the weather is next and then the ups and downs of u.s. stocks leave some costing
a worried i economy. and asylum seekers from central america and move closer to the u.s. as the trumpet ministration pushes hard to keep them out. the nice pink skunks by the time. are is the sun sets in the city of angels. hello again to welcome back we're here across china we are looking at better conditions in the forecast over the next few days it has been rainy and cloudy over the last few days across much of the area but most of those clouds are making their way towards the east right now so a few residual showers over here along the eastern seaboard but down towards parts of hong kong not looking too bad at twenty four degrees and then as we go towards friday still clear skies or partly cloudy for much of the area with ching hai seeing the only clouds on the forecast map a temperature there of about sixteen degrees a little bit further to the south we are watching what's happening across the south