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and then the leaders headed off to a got a dinner and one during the visit have also received specially made chocolates tea wine and bracelets as gifts from argentina all the news of course on our website there it is on your screen all the latest on the g. twenty in the argentina. well that's it for me daryn jordan is up next with more of the day's news but. the latest news as it breaks an army of volunteers has come together to help with the influx of tens of thousands of evacuees with detailed coverage but now president of the says there's not much that can be done the south china sea is now inside the session. from around the world challenges into eight. families to return for many are now back in the villages they fled when the worst part of. the un's new human rights discusses her challenges
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and plans going forward. tack and and there are some pushback from human rights. talks. to cope with driving in kabul you need nerves of steel and a strong heart the afghan capital has some of the most challenging driving conditions anywhere even though women are allowed to drive by law many men say culturally it is wrong that they are but does that mean there are lots of men here verby abuse you they block your car motorcyclists right alongside shouting bad things no one helps us when the taliban were in control women were forbidden to drive but outside of the main cities it is rare even now to see a woman behind the wheel society is changing albeit slowly but the women drivers of afghanistan there was a long road ahead before they are fully accepted i am his story say for the birth
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of these people every week a new cycle brings a series of breaking stories told through the eyes of the world's journalists these two voices journalists were one of the few journalists that were actually doing investigative work join the listening post as we turn the cameras on the media and focus on how they were caught on the stories that matter the most bias the rights to those stories but then he never publishes the stories they're listening post on al-jazeera. as the g twenty summit gets underway in argentina the saudi crown prince cuts alone may figure it finds a friend to me appears that. hello i'm the star and this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up ukraine ups the
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ante and its growing confrontation with russia announcing a travel ban on russian men. the u.s. pulls some troops back from mexico's border but extends the deployment of the rest while asylum seekers cope with the dreadful camp conditions. plus the hotel heart attack that stolen information from as many as five hundred million guests. the g. twenty summit of the world's top economies is underway in argentina it's supposed to be mainly about trade and climate change but the all could presence of saudi arabia's crown prince has overshadowed the event after the killing of journalist jamal khashoggi mohamed bin salomon remained on the sidelines of the first family photo but was then warmly greeted in front of the cameras by russia's president vladimir putin also hanging over the summit as the crisis between russia and
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ukraine the european union wants to use the meeting to confront fears and over his country's actions and donald trump says he'll only hold an impromptu meeting with the russian president to raise about begins our coverage of. the world's most powerful leaders gathered site is argentina's president. greeted each one of them. we have the obligation to show the world that global challenges are global solutions work climate change we can't resolve them alone there are several issues overshadowing the event like the presence of saudi crown prince mohammed bin. and his suspected role in the killing of a saudi journalist. then there's the trade issue not only the ongoing commercial standoff between the united states and china but also the signing of a revised commercial agreement to replace nafta mexico and canada have so far been
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resistant to donald trump's protectionist measures but there was some progress as i said the task isn't done there is more hard work ahead to build resilient strong economies that support families everywhere in canada make no mistake we will stand up for our workers and fight for their families and their communities. and donald it's all the more reason why we need to keep working to remove the tariffs on steel and aluminum between our countries the summit is a historic event for argentina and a chance for president. who is struggling with double digit inflation and recession donald trump promise the investment argentina so desperately needs we've known each other and on the other to talk about lots of good things for argentina for the united states including trade including military surges other things but we have a lot to talk a little bit all the times a day eighty five percent is. finding consensus on issues like climate change trade
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and migration is the summit biggest challenge especially when some of its members like donald trump are skeptical about many of the issues being discussed for many that make it more difficult for a big breakthrough that will benefit g. twenty nations in general and the rest of the world but how will i just see that when a scientist we also have alan fish and when as areas he looks more closely now at how mohammed bin saleh has been received at the summit. there are diplomatic protocols so the saudi crown prince was welcome to the g twenty but his diary won't be as full as normal the saudi foreign ministry quickly tweeting oh pictures of mohammed bin salman talking to other world leaders keen to show he's not been isolated or ignored the french president had a brief exchange at one point complaining in english that the crown prince doesn't listen to him i will listen of course you just watch. this team
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says he raised the war in yemen and the murder of jamal khashoggi and he urged international experts to be part of the investigation into the journalist murder then there was the traditional picture of the leaders the so-called family four to the crown prince looked awkward as he took up his stance on the far right of the picture next to him was the head of state but the present. of an international development bank we shook hands and the far left the turkish president that was not done by accident the still picture the closest the two men have come since the journalist murder donald trump has been talking with other sodium but away from the cameras an exchange with the current prince a friendly meeting said the saudis are quick greeting insisted the president. may become prince got one warm welcome and undiplomatic high five from russian president vladimir putin a man keen to capitalize on any fracture in u.s. soda relations it may have been a gamble by saudi crown prince to come here given the come international outrage
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over the murder of jamal khashoggi he's not been frozen like some predicted but the greetings by one notable exception have been business like the meetings short and to the point his economic strength seemingly more important that has come diplomatic difficulties among the protesters on the streets of eunice that is who is angry to see the saudi crown prince being welcomed by other world leaders they call it. this young man has just committed an act of transnational state terrorism . look at the base and they're going to punish him and it's terrible what's happening to the people of yemen in the hands of this plug dish to massage mystic an unspeakable dictatorship of saudi arabia it's even more shameful that our country welcomes my husband's online. many g. twenty gatherings instantly forgettable this will be remembered more for who was there than what was discussed and world leaders will always have this picture to
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remind them. alan fischer al-jazeera at the g twenty and it. as we mentioned the standoff between ukraine and russia is one of the big issues on leaders' minds and ukraine's president has upped the ante banning russian males between the ages of sixteen and sixty from entering his country andrew simmons reports from cock and one of the flashpoint border regions. this is the latest message sent from ukraine to russia via social media a miniature video packed with action drills said to be taking place nearly as. intended to show off the cranes defensive capabilities. that have been around so i view our joint forces operation is full of air defense weapons that are able to stop the aerial aggression of the russian federation. and as the live fire exercises were playing out on the world wide web president petro poroshenko decided
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to ban all russian mail holders aged between sixteen and sixty from coming in or going out of ukraine. just outside hockey here of one of the main board oppose any seven hundred russians normally leave the country every day. now the numbers are going down drastically with all the disruption that goes with it in the. brahmi ukrainian he was supposed to be meeting my brother a russian national and his family they didn't let him in only the women. that man like many others have been involved in an important event a wedding border guards told people it was a funeral or a humanitarian emergency they'd have free passage. president poroshenko says the main purpose of the action is to prevent the russian military from the hiring private companies to. through the border to form pro russian squads to cause trouble. shortly after taking offensive action against russian nationals putting
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out this video message. passive line on twitter. he told ukrainians there will be no mobilization of young people to fight or any restrictions on human rights as long as russia doesn't invade. ukraine russia's foreign ministry says they'll avoid mirroring ukraine's travel ban . talking about retaliation is just terrifying because if anyone tries to retaliate to what's happening in kiev now it could lead to a crazy situation if we're talking about this on a national scale then quite simply it could lead to a meltdown. a powerful earthquake has shaken the u.s. state of alaska causing widespread damage so far no casualties have been reported but aftershocks are still being felt out of there as andy gallacher reports.
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this is the moment a major earthquake struck alaska's largest city in one anchorage courthouse staff took cover beneath the desks as building shook the magnitude seven quake left highways book called buildings damaged and thousands without power. to the ground is cracked the windows are shattered out and we peeked inside and though it looks like part of the silly came down to so far no casualties have been reported but the damage is widespread and officials have recorded at least forty aftershocks but the good news at this point in time is we have not been made and we're serious injury or casualty beyond the property casualty. but again we are just hours after a very significant earthquake the aftershocks are still continuing and law school is no stranger to worse quakes the most powerful quake in u.s. history. nine hundred sixty four measuring
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a magnitude of nine point two issues an hour so seeing the damage with the state's governor making a disaster declaration as the cleanup continues and the gallic of al-jazeera. the u.s. says it will cut the number of troops at the mexico border from five thousand six hundred to around four thousand but it plans to extend the deployment of those left until january on the other side of the border mexican authorities have been moving asylum seekers from an overcrowded shelter and here wanna to a nearby events hole but heavy rain is hampering efforts to ensure everyone has enough food and shelter castro has more from one of the camps. u.s. helicopters have been buzzing the border between san diego and here to want to mexico even as the u.s. military says it is lowering the number of troops deployed to the border though it's tending their deployment until late january this is all happening as the
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central american asylum seekers who have been counting on this baseball field for more than two weeks are now packing up after two days of rain that turned these conditions unsanitary with outdoor bathrooms and people bathing exposed to the elements unable to keep their children dry the federal government of mexico has now opened an event center about fifteen minutes from here and is working to convince the last of these asylum seekers to board buses to go to that covered shelter that has not been an easy task though there are many here who are refusing to leave despite the conditions they say that because the u.s. border wall is so close their goal within sight that is the vision that drove them to walk more than a month from their homes in central america to skate violence and poverty the vast majority of these seekers say they denounce the attempts to cross the border illegally they say they will wait even if it does take months or even more than
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a year to file their asylum claim with the u.s. authorities that waits is because the u.s. is accepting fewer than one hundred asylum claims a day leading to that day after day of struggling to get to the next for these the central american asylum seekers the weather is next to then. i think yes people all in second thoughts why a positive person that was in favor of breakfast is now having doubts and awareness of what one city in south africa is doing to reduce infection. hello again welcome back we're here cross united states we are watching one big snowstorm that is in the making here is going to bring some very heavy totals
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anywhere across the central plains there you go on saturday snow from parts of chicago all the way back here towards the rocky mountains and not only that we're going to be picking up some very heavy rain down.


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