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on counting the cost the economic factors to watch his be ringing in the new year why economists are predicting a rocky ride for the global economy and from china to the middle east find out why and where financial storms could be brewing. counting the cost on the. planning for life after u.s. troops leave syria turkey and russia plot a new course in the region. alone has them seek and this is a live from doha also coming up egypt returns fire security forces kill what they say were forty terrorists in a crackdown after friday's attack on a tourist bus. u.k.
on alert after a jump in the number of migrants crossing the english channel from france bus. we don't at all anything go away or use and since i'm going to make chips with these potato skins learning how to cook without wasting a drop a practice that's improving the health of children suffering from malnutrition in peru. along the balance of power in northern syria appears to be shifting off to the move to withdraw u.s. forces russia and turkey have agreed to coordinate with each other the deal was struck at a meeting in moscow which when the foreign and defense ministers from each side turkish tanks have now crossed into syria fifty were sent to the southern border in the last twenty four hours they're getting ready to launch a possible attack. on kurdish y.p. g.
forces the kurdish forces invited the syrian army on friday to enter man bridge and protect that city from a turkish attack so far there's no evidence that's happened follows the decision of course by u.s. president donald trump to pull out all two thousand american soldiers from northern syria more than a week or more now from hamad out o. in gaziantep on turkey border with syria columns of turkish tongues roll into syria. and korea has been bolstering its military positions along with south of border as it prepares for what it calls a full fledged offensive on the kurdish held city of mumbai is syria syrian rebels back by tuckey are also on the move inside areas of syria under techies sway and along the eight hundred twenty two kilometer border between the two countries kurdish forces a miles from friday that they had been forced to cut a deal with the regime of president bashar assad after they were abundant by donald
trump or nonstop the complete withdrawal of u.s. troops from syria a little over a week ago. here syrian troops deployed in support of cottage forces seen on the edge of mom bitch their deployment creates a government buffer achi a call small from syria which fully separates the tukey and its proxies from the kurds but they're yet to enter the city of money bitch as they claimed on friday. we haven't seen any movement of the syrian army in miami beach all we see are the military council of money huge numbers the conflicting reports from them but perhaps sure the cales thoughts likely to ensue of that and of the sixty to one hundred day timetable for the withdrawal of u.s. troops with the remaining fighting forces in syria has come to replace them in more squad high level toughest immigration led by foreign minister lute children children's health talks with russian foreign and defense ministers they discuss the
situation in syria as u.s. forces flip it to withdrawal from the turkish foreign minister had this to say. just in super nine understanding was rate stone how military representatives of russia and turkey will continue to coordinate the states on the ground under new conditions with a view of finally rooting out terrorists three and syria. we discussed the latest developments in syria with regards to u.s. decision to withdraw from the country we exchanged views on how we can coordinate our efforts from now on we stressed our resolve to fight against terrorist organizations we have a common will to clear all terror organizations from syrian lands. to also result to respect serious to the total integrity something diplomats say might spell a bigger role for government forces in cut is held areas of the north east. with the syrian opposition groups which can on the un back political process in topples
bashar al assad is now trying to shape is what i asked the un is already looking for funds to rebuild the country the us troops pull out how about threatens open an up any for other regional up just like iran and tukey something assad's opponents can't counter mohamed at all just the into gaza. well actually fled in a coffin is the middle east expert at the russian international affairs council he says russia and turkey are looking for ways to stay away from more conflict i think that the both sides russian turkey they want to avoid any major light scale escalation on the ground so this is why both ministers foreign minister and defense minister came to discuss and try to reach a acceptable compromise. for all parties not only moscow and ancora but also for kurds for for damascus because the
equation now is getting more and more complicated if we again if we take into account that americans really withdraw from from syria that it adds more uncertainty and unpredictability because that would depend on how kurds would negotiate with moscow and damascus on terms to be incorporated back under the damascus control which can sour potentially sour relations between moscow and on the corrupt. a security forces in egypt say they've killed forty people they're calling terrorists during a gun battle as follows friday's attack on a tourist bus three foreigners and their egyptian guide died in that bomb blast just outside kyra it happened near the pyramids at giza rob matheson has the latest . a burned out shell all the trimmings of a tour bus hit by a roadside bomb near cairo you know what we saw people carry the dead bodies
some people brought the wounded inside an ambulance to take them to hospital and residents of the area helped carry the injured all of them with tolerance. fourteen vietnamese tourists were on board when the bomb exploded in a district close to the giza pyramids here in new york about. sometimes attacks such as this one can occur it may even happen again in the future and it isn't a country in the world where we can say is one hundred percent safe tourists in egypt have sometimes been targeted as the government has tried to suppress armed groups in the sinai peninsula tourism is key to egypt's struggling economy were you doing signaling to the egyptian regime that they're moving out of their own territory and now attacking the very primary source of income for many egyptians that thirty percent of the economy goes to tourism. within hours of the bombing the egyptian government published photographs it said showed some of what it called thirty suspected militants killed by security forces in raids in cairo's giza
district egypt's government says the men had been planning attacks on tourists and state institutions a further ten armed fighters are reported to have been killed in the north of the sinai peninsula i think a lot of people will be asking how is it that within hours of this attack this large number of suspects was not only identified but in gauged and successfully killed if the intelligence. within egypt is that good why were they not able to detect and disrupt this attack the remaining victims of the blast are being treated in hospital meanwhile investigators are trying to work out how to his bus could be bombed egypt's heavily secured capital rob matheson al-jazeera. of the u.n. says the rebels in yemen have begun the first stage of releasing control of the critical port of data it's part of a cease fire deal they signed in sweden earlier this month all parties are opening
up routes to allow aid through starting with the hardanger to santa road and the salaries of all civilian civil servants in the data will finally be paid this month . of people in the yemenis city of tire as a calling on the local government to give them better security against gang violence hundreds of people rallied in the center of the city protesting against the number of killings they want local authorities to crack down on criminal groups operating in the area a saudi u.a.e. forces fighting in yemen are using child soldiers that's according to a report in the new york times thousands of young men from sudan have reportedly been recruited to fight with the promise of a ten thousand dollars salary to afford says more experienced fighters from the tribal militia in darfur once known as the jan jaweed are also fighting in yemen witnesses say sudanese soldiers are often ordered to the front lines while saudi
and immorality forces remain in safer areas or nasr our army is a journalist based in sana'a he says all yemenis know the fighting is being done by most. it is not to my surprise it is not to surprise of anyone in yemen because we know from the first day from day one that saudi arabia has been using ms in response to. the us so i don't i am wondering what what if there is any be able. got surprised why they are surprised i mean it's very natural saudi arabia. saudi arabia and immigrates are fighting unit with this in every way. and yes in sudan and the reasons why that is maybe very cheap and they get killed almost every
day. but i think this is as thing of this is raised on sudanese president. we know that sudan is the people refused this completely and even the balance the sudanese balance refused this many times. but it is not to our surprise at all because we know that. saudi arabia is using the most interest. there's been more unrest in eastern democratic republic of congo over the exclusion of three areas from sunday's election two people were killed during a workers' strike in the city of beni on friday and police fired tear gas to disperse opposition supporters in goma one presidential candidate has filed a case of the supreme court looking to reverse the election commission's decision to delay voting until march catherine so he has more fun. preparations for the
election are still going on the electoral commission saying they have it on the people then head but the country's going to the full eighty will get. even today the materials the interest will get to different polling stations across the country this is a logistical nightmare in a country that has very poor infrastructure and it's a rainy season as well and it's compounded by the fact that people do not trust the electoral. electoral process all of the many of them say they do not trust the election commission they feel that the election is not going to be credible one presidential candidate your door. has filed a petition a week the constitutional court asking that court to compel the electoral commission to be in the decision it made corning elections in three areas that many . and you see in a contest in those areas the people engaging police in running battles saying that
they must go to the vote with everybody else on sunday saying that they feel disenfranchised their rights are being violated as well we've also seen. some opposition politicians in the air saying that even the decision is not rescinded then they will also not to go to the polls that the situation here very tense on the eve all that election all right still ahead on al-jazeera is there any end in sight to the partial shutdown of the u.s. government over president border war a live report from washington coming up. and pushing to make sure brother did not die in vain. using the election in the democratic republic of congo to change.
probably we've had some wintry weather into central parts of china the chance of a little more snow as we go on through the next day cool enough down towards the southeastern corner of the main area cladistic the sea is across the philippines central parts now being affected by the trouble who depression making its way through outer bands of that storm still bringing some fairly heavy showers longer spells of rain into loose on him is more of the same as we go on sunday on into monday we'll see the cool air the draftee weather making its way down towards the southeast of china seventeen south is there for one called single figures further north shanghai no woman than about eight degrees celsius and crisp sunshine coming through here hazy sunshine may want across northern parts of india that's if you dig gets any the reluctant fog still sits in place for many new delhi will see temperatures again struggling to get to around twenty degrees celsius so a little higher than the recently percent of cold at night one of two showers into
southern parts of india possibility of a little bit of a shabby right just pushing its way towards the like i think it should stay last you try here wanted to see the odd shot just creeping up the west and guess as we go on through the next couple of days how do you see here in kind of a study try. this weekend. for afghans with ties to international organizations. disarray has never been greater. left exposed by the withdrawal of foreign troops. may be the only path to safety. in the nation makes her feel ever further. part of the viewfinder asia series on al-jazeera.
hello again you're watching al-jazeera a reminder of our top stories this hour russia and turkey have agreed to coordinate on northern syria after the u.s. was draws its forces from the region the deal was struck at a meeting in moscow between the foreign and defense ministers from each side. egypt's interior ministry says forty fighters have been killed in three separate raids that follows friday's attack on a tourist bus near the keys of pyramids outside before people were killed the government hasn't explicitly link to incidents. the un says hooty rebels in yemen have begun the first stages of handing over data as part of
a ceasefire deal all parties are allowing humanitarian supplies through. a u.s. president donald trump has threatened to close the border with mexico if he doesn't get funding for his proposed border war it's a raising of the stakes by trump in a standoff with democrats which has led to a partial government shutdown gabriel elizondo reports now from the city of el paso in texas. asylum seekers released from him. gratian detention centers in america only to be left on the streets to fend for themselves in the city of el paso texas where this is happening shelters for migrants are at capacity and it's left to volunteers like at the rockhouse cafe and community center to try to provide the basics i felt that they need or we felt that they needed a hot meal so the community responded and we set up tables at the rock and you know just fed people nor first outside and now that it's getting colder now
inside with migrant detention centers and shelters full and opacity immigration officials have not ruled out continuing to dump migrant families on the streets to free up detention space the border is increasingly becoming politicized here in el paso far away from the holes of power of washington d.c. it's migrants and asylum seekers that are becoming pawns in a political game. in a series of tweets on friday president donald trump threaten to close the entire border with mexico if congress doesn't give him the five billion dollars he wants to build a border wall trump has framed the immigration debate in america as a crisis being caused by too many migrants from central america trying to come to the u.s. something local activists in el paso reject christ is that the breath in this is creating to feed to his base and to do to build this ridiculous wall which is not
going to help in anything but by the same time he's promoting the communalisation of immigrants incarceration of children and in mistreatment of full thrifty youth like the ones that we're seeing being released in downtown. there are also signs of more detentions this giant tent city detention center about an hour outside of paso was built over the summer to house migrant teenage children it was supposed to close on the last. day of the year but officials announced this week it will remain open it houses two thousand three hundred migrant teenagers. for those just arriving and hoping for a better life but finding their welcome to america not what they expected gabriels on dough. el paso texas and more on the government shutdown now from she habitats in washington so what's happening with that. nothing so as we can tell as far as we can tell there haven't been any stands of
negotiations with several days now told from did just tweet he said i'm in the white house waiting for the democrats to come out over and make a deal on border security but as far as we can tell the democratic leadership isn't even in washington right now congress does reconvene on wednesday briefly in the afternoon before the new session begins on thursday that's when nancy pelosi takes over the speakership of the house the democrats become in charge that of the house of representatives best thinking that she might then try and push through some sort of continuing resolution to fund the government to at least february kind of what we saw before the before the shutdown but it all going to go to the senate for a revote but it all depends on whether the old trunk will actually sign the bill from what we can tell the white house has relented on quite a few of its demands the last offer that the white house gave democrats was two and a half billion dollars for border security not including a concrete wall but certainly some sort of barrier of some kind which perhaps the
democrats can accept they have in the past prepared money for fencing and so on but it is very difficult to tell that the white house keeps saying it's in it for the long haul we should expect a prolonged prolonged shutdown but given the problems in with the economy the stock market and so on the. have been in by the shutdown and into the real problems for government workers we will have to see whether some sort of thing can be called together democrats have gone as far as one point six billion dollars in the past perhaps there's some compromise to be made. she have a chance to live in washington thank you our security forces in bangladesh are on high alert a day before a general election the campaign ended with more arrests and violence with the main opposition party saying thousands of its activists have been detained since november charles strafford reports from dhaka. muhammad. has been the manager of this restaurant in the pan with this she capital dhaka for
three years it sells cheap breakfasts to rickshaw drivers and passes by but after weeks of violence in the build up to national elections on sunday mohamed is afraid . of everything and yes i am scared of what might happen that the violence will affect my life we may be forced to close the business. prime minister sheikh hasina is a won the league which is seeking a third consecutive five year term in power has denied accusations of intimidating opposition candidates and journalists. the leader of the main opposition bangladesh nationalist party leaders zia is serving a ten year jail term for two separate corruption cases it's estimated around six hundred thousand members of various security forces including the military and police have been deployed for sunday's election opposition party say at least ten thousand six hundred of their supporters have been detained in the run up to these
elections and at least seventeen of their candidates now the organization human rights watch says that the atmosphere of fear and repression is not consistent with holding credible elections and some opposition candidates say that members of the security forces and supporters of the ruling party have surrounded their homes stop them from leaving and prevented them from campaigning in their local areas. at least ten people have been killed during election campaigning from both sides this video shows what the opposition says was an attack by ruling party supporters on a group of opposition politicians including the man leading the b.n.p. alliance while the party's leader. is in prison saya double baucus of the was among those a time they were arrested every day on an average of twenty people till yesterday that he's twenty eight december in eighteen days two hundred plus people those are
carrying my election the trio's either leaflet or pamphlet or stickers same. two hundred plus people these are all by hardcore leaders and workers the international community has praised prime minister has seen a for handling of one of the largest refugee crises of the world more than seven hundred thousand ricky just fled a violent crackdown in myanmar into bangladesh in two thousand and seventeen. the world bank has also praised bangladesh fruits strong economic growth of over six percent in recent years. most of these campaign banners a for the ruling party an indication of media control very few opposition posters a scene on the streets. that there are some incidents isolated incidents i have no doubt it has happened in the past it is happening now but the xcept it without.
corroboration are very thick and i would suggest. you murder the. back of the restaurant one hundred says he vote for an opposition candidate in the election whatever the outcome it is violence jury and after the vote that many people like you feel the most chance not al-jazeera daca. britain's home secretary is treating a rise in attempts by migrants to cross the english channel from france as a major incident nearly seventy people were stopped in small boats in recent days trying to get to the u.k. by crossing one of the world's busiest shipping lanes sajid javid wants to call in the royal navy and is urging the french government to do more. to go has more for the over. the numbers are relatively small still the rate at which it has been going up has been quite alarming for the authorities here in just the three days
gone by sixty six people have been stopped trying to reach the u.k. the british coast here on these inflatable dinghies very unsuitable vessels with which to navigate through these extremely busy shipping lanes hair and so with that the concern is according to the home secretary is that they want to monitor the situation in case of loss of life that would happen one of these cases but also of course that rates the for the tone of that is because they do they do not want to see any more accidents happening across the channel as well of course there are fears that this is happening because of the oncoming breck's it issue of course and the fear is also that the smuggling groups on the other side of the channel on the french side have formed and have managed to convince people that perhaps this is
their only opportunity in which they're able to make a crossing to the u.k. if that is where they want to wind up extreme weather has hit the northern united states forcing the cancellation of hundreds of flights and contributing to the deaths of at least three people the temperatures plummeted in the states of minnesota and nebraska with snow up to thirty centimeters deep and in southern states including alabama heavy rains flooded homes and businesses severe conditions could last into the new year. a flash floods of destroyed camps for internally displaced people in syria's province more than twenty five thousand people have lost their homes this video posted on social media appears to show one of several camps in the region on the water. vegetable skins are often thrown away but in peru where millions are malnourished they're being turned into tasty
and nutritious meals sanchez went to meet the chef who is helping change the menu for people in need. of the world a master class from one of the to stop chefs. who has cooked for some of the world's top restaurants but now he's on a mission to teach cooks from some of the must poverty stricken slums to make cheaper and healthier dishes. these women are the most important cooks in the country they feed thousands of people so we want to teach them how to make more nutritious dishes using every part of the products. in this class the learned to add fiber from the salads and use that to build skins to make a new machine broth the idea is that everything is useable fifty year old coming to be does this she know cooks in a different way and it's paying off for us here i'm not going to we don't throw anything away or use playground hansen's look i'm going to make chips with these
potato skins people tell us the really loud top food and more people are coming to each year on average fifty people eat here every day it's interesting to see the size of the crash and the small plastic bag full of plastics because the waste is used for cooking. and food waste says this chef has the most nutrients but mido says doctors and nutritionists have evaluated the result of a change in the diet hearing lutie in on the outskirts of lima and more than one hundred thirty cooks are already trained and the leon has six children and she says they don't get sick as much as they used to as many children suffer from chronic malnutrition but one year ago the nutritionist recommended they eat a toddler kitchens and now the hemoglobin in the children has improved for more than fourteen thousand poor peruvians. in popular kitchens every day around the country a meter says the use of tons of food waste will not only make people healthier but
it's one solution to tackle climate change and of their well known this is we should stop generating waste because food waste is the second largest source of contamination on the planet it contributes to climate change and global warming. it's a sustainable astronomy project that's slowly changing the way people here eat in a country where half the population of thirty two million suffer from malnutrition these kooks say spearheading the project makes them feel secure and proud i guess i'm just i'm just living. this is al jazeera it's going around about the top stories russia and turkey have agreed to coordinate on northern syria after the u.s. will withdraw its forces the deal was struck at a meeting in moscow between the foreign and defense ministers from each side. of
the students and to bring an understanding was reached on how military representatives of russia and turkey will continue to coordinate the steps on the ground under new conditions with a view of finally rooting out terrorists threats in syria egypt's interior ministry says forty fighters have been killed after friday's attack on a tourist bus near cairo the government says raids were carried out in gazer and northern sinai the egyptian prime minister said the attack couldn't have been prevented but here in new york ok sometimes attacks such as this one can occur it may even happen again in the future and there isn't a country in the world where we can say is one hundred percent safe that would. what the rebels in yemen are handing over control of her data as part of a u.n. cease fire plan the agreement was made in sweden earlier this month all parties have agreed to begin opening up groups to allow aid through starting with the hard data to santa rosa. saudi led forces in yemen are using child soldiers that's
according to reports in the new york times thousands have been recruited they say to fight with the promise of good salaries it says more experienced gen jaweed fighters from the conflict in darfur are also working as mercenaries more unrest in the eastern democratic republic of congo over the exclusion of three areas from sunday's election two people were killed in a workers' strike in the city of beni on friday and police fired tear gas to disperse opposition supporters in goma one presidential candidate has father case at the supreme court trying to reverse the election of britain's home secretary is treating a rise in attempts by migrants to cross the english channel from france as a major incident nearly seventy people were stopped in recent days trying to get to the u.k. by crossing one of the world's busiest shipping lanes in small boats those are the headlines inside stories next.
abandoned by the u.s. and threatened by turkey the kurds turned to bashar al assad for protection and the syrian army says it's now in control of the kurdish held city of but is it how would that change the dynamics of the nearly eight year long war and how will ankara react this is inside story. hello and welcome to the program i'm richelle carey the northern city of one of the