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and and white the presumption is that he demand likud 1st replaced netanyahu was leader but that's something it shows no sign of readiness to do. a. couple netanyahu is the leader of the liquid support for him is strong and in times of crisis it gets stronger it all came after a friend etic final day of campaigning against aping netanyahu is tactics urging supporters off the beach telling him his party was on the verge of defeat betty nguyen who seemed to spend the day in one long emergency broadcast on social media and in person repeatedly warning his right wing base that arabs were voting in great numbers. the leader of the mainly palestinian israeli joint list iman said netanyahu incitement had come at a heavy price causing instead a surge in support it's possible we did see some form of backlash people saying you say we're going to come to the polls in growth so we are here we come and there and
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this is what we can do in israeli politics his office says he's due to have talks soon with benny gantz raising the possibility that he could offer him some kind of support benjamin netanyahu spoke on stage of the difficulties and pressure of this campaign with his 1st pre indictment hearing on corruption charges jus in 2 weeks and the prospects of fighting them from the prime minister's office now diminished the pressure looks set to intensify al-jazeera television. well we'll get reaction from ramallah in the occupied west bank with abraham shortly but 1st let's cross to bernard smith in west jerusalem and said the race is still too close to call but what's changed compared to april's vote. well back in april darin benjamin netanyahu wasn't able to form a coalition and ordinarily what would have happened then is that the president would have offered benny gantz the chance to form a coalition but before the president was able to do that netanyahu dissolved parliament he took a gamble it's
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a gamble that has not paid off because now we have less seats in the knesset than we have before down to $32.00 fully could from 35 so netanyahu is crown is slipping but it's not fallen off it's not all over yet there will be weeks now of political horse trading and negotiations as somebody tries to form some sort of an agreement for a coalition that could either as harry suggest in his package result in the arab list for the 1st time ever recommending to the president who they think should be prime minister it could end up with a door lieberman annoying seeing somebody being the kingmaker and saying i can work with this coalition it could be a unity government which is what lieberman has called for the arab burn and as you say it will take weeks of horse trading to form this new coalition government so then just talk us through a few of the scenarios. well practically what happens is that when the results are officially announced in about 8 days' time the president then calls the party
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leaders together and they recommend to the president who they think should be prime minister what the one that gets the most recommendations is then invited by the president to try and form a co to try and form a coalition government he's got 4 weeks to do that we can do that then number 2 choice because chance to form a government now galaxies party they suggest they can either form some sort of unity government by finding cracks in netanyahu is part in bringing people over all they can just form some sort of left's left ish party with the old ultra orthodox those 2 options there netanyahu could survive potentially by persuading some people from gans's blue and white coalition to come over his side that would be very difficult for the blue and white particular grounds to do because their main selling point has been they are the anti netanyahu party or lieberman could say i
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am going to support. and get some sort of role in dances government so then you would have a gowns led government so there are many options and we are many many weeks away from knowing who will be israel's next prime minister all right to smith in west jerusalem bernard thank you let's cross over now to me to abraham who is in need of so what's the feeling there on the ground amongst palestinians about this election . so we've heard we've just heard from a palestinian official. who says that and it did it did really the palestinian position that the israeli elections demand and internet is really fears but he said that he hoped that the next prime minister will choose peace with the palestinians and considered ending the israeli occupation over the palestinian territory we've heard this morning from the p.l.o. secretary general about a card who said that the main difference between the mean that mean 2 israeli contenders is that one meaning that sonia who wants to deepen what he called the
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upper tide and the other benny gantz who wants to strengthen and keep the status quo meaning that israeli occupation over the palestinian territory now when it comes to regular palestinians on the streets you don't really see them talking much about the israeli elections their results the mainly think that there are 2 faces of the sea and a recent poll had shown that they focus more on day to day issues being to pay the bills really the palestinian authority has been facing a deep financial crisis that so it's not able to pay its public employees regularly for over 7 months now so the main concern among palestinians is these issues is being able to continue paying their bills and not really doing much on these radio elections or out of either bring him in ramallah thank you. iran's president says
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who the fighters launched the attack on all refineries in saudi arabia as a warning that it should withdraw from the war in yemen and rouhani made the comments on wednesday alongside another denial that iran is involved saudi arabia says no more oil production will meanwhile resume within weeks rather than months of francis sending experts in saudi arabia to investigate who carried out the attacks and how they did it for the kingdom is joining the u.s. led maritime coalition to secure the gulf and that focuses on key shipping lanes including the strait of hormuz which is used to transport a 5th of the world's oil when the move by saudi arabia comes ahead of a visit by u.s. secretary of state mike pompei oh he's going there to share information about the attack as more. the men in charge of saudi arabia's energy sector briefed embrace to give a republic statement be here to reassure global markets after saudi oil infrastructure was attacked on saturday. half of its oil production was wiped out
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it's 5 percent of the daily output they reassured him based his output would return to normal by the end of the month to. be over the last 2 days the damage has been contained and more than half of the production capabilities that were damaged have been restored therefore the company will fulfill all of its commitments to clients during this month. the comments come to crude oil prices which had seen the biggest one day jump in history on monday but can they fulfill their promises i'm pessimistic in terms of full production we're talking over 5.7 to 5 point $5000000.00 barrels a day this is a tremendous amount this was the largest drop in the oil production anywhere in history who the rebels took responsibility as payback for the war in yemen but it is just well again as we demand he keeps it taking saudi arabia with ballistic missiles and drones until the end of this oil supremacy that they have. but the
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u.s. and saudi arabia suspect iran is the true culprit certainly looking like iran was behind these attacks our intelligence community at this very hour is working diligently to review the evidence u.s. secretary of state mike home pay or has been deployed to saudi arabia the state department said he will coordinate if it's to counter iranian aggression in the region despite iran denying any involvement foreign minister jahvid zarif tweeted in defense of the who's these the u.s. isn't upset when its allies mercilessly bomb babies in yemen for over 4 years with its arms and its military assistance but it is terribly upset when the victims reacts the only way they can against the graces oil refineries. but for saudi arabia and the u.s. any attack on the world's energy supply is a red line crossed it will not decide how to punish whoever they determine is the
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perpetrator chela bellus al-jazeera. more than a 1000 schools are closed across malaysia smoke from forest fires in neighboring in the major continues to get worse malaysia is using emergency cloud seeding to try to produce rain and clear the skies. time for a short break here al-jazeera when i come back dozens of people are killed in 2 bomb attacks in afghanistan including one that targeted the president's campaign rally and we look at the role the u.s. dollar is having on everything from politics to the economy in argentina more the stakes. hello autumn is marching ever wrong this is was the most active front this is the next one you see the curl of cloud quite happily each one brings slightly cold red
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down into central and eastern europe so by day maximum temperatures 12 in kiev 17 in vienna the war squashed down what towards remaining a greece turkey and still italy spain and portugal and southern france may not last that there however this is the forecast for wednesday 80 reasons your it showers your nose to green bits on that frontal system probably thunderstorms in the alps levine year across the balkans and further east and then chilling breeze from denmark dancer germany poland and all parts eastwards with the green representing rain or storms the storms most likely around the waters around italy this is as we go overnight and into tomorrow so rome looks sundry tomorrow for example but we still turns on madrid the chance of thunderstorms in spain has increased particularly on the mediterranean coast and the tension london paris has just risen up into the low twenty's because the breezes start there is still blowing in north germany now given the warmth of the western med and what's coming in the atlantic
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welcome back a program out of our top stories here on al-jazeera votes are being counted in israel's 2nd election in under 6 months going to exit polls both prime minister benjamin netanyahu. on the main opposition blue and white party failed to win a majority of. iran's president says. their talk of the refineries in saudi arabia as a warning that it should withdraw from the war in yemen some rouhani also deny that iran was involved his comments came as saudi arabia says no more oil production will resume within weeks. more than a 1000 schools are closed across malaysia smoke from forest fires and neighboring in the asia continues to get worse malaysia is using emergency meeting to try to produce rain and clear skies. to millions are going to have to vote again to choose their next president around on this being planned after sunday's election failed to find an outright winner nor professor came out now in the head of imprisoned media
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magnate bill curry. afghanistan has been hit by 2 bomb blasts less than 2 weeks before a presidential election the taliban says it was behind the attacks which killed at least $46.00 people one blast targeted an election running by the president ashraf ghani but he wasn't hurt another went off in a high security area in the capital reports now from kabul. with a week and a half to go before the presidential election which the taliban has threatened to disrupt the group quickly claimed responsibility for both attacks. the 1st happened at a reelection campaign rally for president ashraf ghani in part of an province the taliban says it suicide bomber was targeting special forces soldiers but as with previous attacks most of those killed and injured were civilians yoga suddenly a man on the motorbike arrived in a huge explosion happened
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a lot of people heard martin and looted the attack will be a major concern for all the presidential candidates as they campaign across afghanistan in the coming days even. here in kabul was the 2nd attack happening in what should be one of the most secure areas of the capital the taliban bomber managed to evade tight security surrounding the diplomatic area of the capital detonating explosives at an office of the ministry of defense. vision i heard an explosion and then dust started rising from the site of the attack and there was gunfire i scaped body parts were spread everywhere it was confirmed the gunfire was actually warning shots from security forces trying to come. near the area because they feared a secondary attack. as the countdown to election day continues the y. defeat for the afghan government is keeping the security situation stable enough to
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allow voting to begin robert bride al-jazeera kabul leaders of hong kong as democracy movement has made a direct appeal to the u.s. congress for support. and urged a congressional hearing to adopt the hong kong human rights and democracy yet if passed in washington hong kong will have to prove every year that it respects human rights in order to maintain its special trading status with the united states. donald trump's former campaign manager has defended the u.s. president at a chaotic congressional hearing. appeared before a panel considering whether to impeach the president he was the 1st witness to appear before the committee since former special counsel robert muller testified in july while i was asked to look into russia's role in the 2016 election and whether trump's campaign colluded with it. new york has become the 2nd u.s. state to ban flavored cigarettes because of health concerns michigan was the 1st
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state to ban voting products earlier this month federal health investigators are concerned by a rise in severe breathing illnesses linked to very pink manufacturers are accused of targeting children and turning millions into nicotine addicts. india's economy is struggling despite recent promises of a bright future when the prime minister's reelection campaign growth has slowed in the world's 4th biggest economy and unemployment is at a 3 year high particularly hard hit a workers making cars almost 300000 of lost their jobs recently has the story. the engines of india's economy asked slowing down the auto industry says it's in the middle of its worst crisis in nearly 2 decades. that's taking a toll on work. perfectly the years of being out of work for a month the lenders are asking for the grocers were asking for money no money to give. many who do have
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a job see their. factories are reducing workers to cut costs and that means less pay. we don't have enough farmland or tall for us to survive so people like me opposed to find work in big cities even here we don't find employment for days and sometimes months. the problems of the factories are reflected in cars were business a slow. brand new cars. as they were made and sold not enough people are buying cars. employs more than 37000000 people. reflects just how badly. the auto industries are government leaders to cut taxes.
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so. the government says it's working towards helping the struggling mortar industry there the fact that as president they've got more make. i don't think the problem because of the global economy because of demand and business cycle there are many is already would that the industry. ministry under the guidance of the planners ministry will find a solution promising to remove the was reelected early the cea promising to transform india from a near 3 trillion dollar economy into one worth 5 trillion dollars but india's g.d.p. growth is at a 6 year low investments have dropped consumers don't have enough money to spend and the rule economy is struggling can be a promising the morning right now currently the way the economy's functioning and the way the government is indifferent to words it bears no where that fighting in
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the economy is happening by 2024 because you need a certain rate of growth to lead. meanwhile you can't run out this way to make crime proves hoping for work and the money they need to support their families priyanka gupta our dizzier you daily. argentina is waiting for the international monetary fund's decision on alone to boost its economy austerity measures are hurting president mockeries popularity and as al-jazeera stories about explains one thing that plays a crucial role in argentina's economic and political life is the u.s. dollar. it's 10 o'clock in the morning in argentina and the question everyone has is how much is the dawn are today.


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