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in the. muscle i mean a more of us are going on gentlemen for the amount of time do i. remember going on just how many you know what are you. going to miss in a while when you can you. know not make known when you can. south sudan is one of the last places on to the hard beginning when disease a gruesome affliction that is affected millions and injuries and stand out as the
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only country we do almost all the cases from below it is a huge response with no vaccine and that this disease beyond of the edge of extinction we know where the problem we know what needs to be done if you don't know what they're doing lifelines how to say it dragging on al-jazeera. hello again this i do want to start here in turkey because over the next few days we are going to be seeing a change in your weather pattern because right now winds are coming out of the south that means warmer conditions to you but we do have some rain and clouds in the forecast here on wednesday for ankara we do expect to see about seventeen degrees in a wet day but it gets colder once that front goes soon you can see it right here with all those heavy rain showers then your temperatures are going to be dropping as well as the winds coming out of the northwest but along this front it is going to be rainy and we could even see some thunderstorms with some gusts and also some hail in the forecast for baghdad thirty five degrees but
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a lot of clouds down across parts of quite as well with the tempter there about thirty five degrees as well where across the gulf finally the rain showers are ending here in doha finally we're going to be seeing some brighter skies with a touch of thirty five degrees but plenty of clouds out here towards parts of saudi arabia and in those clouds could potentially be some rain as well that extends over here towards medina as well as mecca but down towards santa you had a lot of rain over the last week but things are drying out for you as well we do expect to see a time to there of about twenty four degrees and then as we make our way down here towards the southern part of africa well we are going to see temperatures on the increase expectantly in the interior but for cape town a day for you is going to be bright with a temperature of twenty five. i would have been under the ada. they must set up. a lot of lawyers all caught up. on the nineteenth of december twenty sixth mahmoud hussein was detained by the
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on al-jazeera. coverage was horrible. donald trump describes the killing of jamal khashoggi as a fiasco calling it the worst coverup ever. hello this is al jazeera live from doha as we continue our coverage of the death of the saudis. for the first time the u.s. president appears to hint at the possible involvement of saudi crown prince mohammed bin. and the u.s. takes its first action over there with measures targeting those suspected of his death. so there's been a shift in tone from the u.s. president about the killing of saudi journalist jamal khashoggi inside the
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kingdom's istanbul consulate for the first time since showed he died three weeks ago donald trump suggested crown prince mohammed bin may have been involved called the kingdom's handling of the murder the worst cover up ever and his administration now plans to ban twenty one suspects from entering the u.s. well from mike hanna in washington d.c. for the first time a tone of president trumps remarks we had a very big. original concept. it was carried out poorly and the cover up was one of the worst in the history of coverage for a simple. bad deal should have never been thought of. felt but he really messed up. and they had the worst cover up ever. and weird shit a step is at the deal standpoint when they thought about it because whoever thought of that idea. i think is in big trouble late in the day at
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a meeting with military offices he was awestruck what level in the saudi leadership the cover up occurred i spoke with the king. i spoke with the ground bridges' yesterday. and. he strongly said that he had nothing to do with this this was at a lower level. we have people right now in saudi arabia literally just now getting their planes and then in an evening interview with the wall street journal president trump gave an even hosh assessment as he repeated his conviction that king solomon did not know about the killing in advance but in regard to the crown prince's possible involvement is reported to have said well the prince is running things over there more so at the stage he's running things and so if anybody were going to be it would be him and first punitive measures introduced by the secretary of state to get specific saudi individuals total it's not clear with that they are
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all the ones previously identified in the contentious saudi report we have identified at least some of the individuals responsible including those in the intelligence services the royal court the foreign ministry and other side the ministries who we suspect to have been involved in mr to show his death we are taking appropriate actions which include revoking visas entering visa lookouts and other measures. we are also working with the treasury department to review the applicability of the global ming that's the sanctions to those individuals congress has already invoked the global magnitsky act which gives the administration a maximum of four months to investigate the killing and decide what sanction should be imposed on individuals or states found responsible norma's the vice president also expressed his horror at the killing and added that the information gathered by cia director gina has bill in turkey will be key in the coming days i know that
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when the cia director returns and she'll be briefing the president myself and our entire team on what the turks have assembled and president trump has made it very clear. the before resources of our told its community working with the intelligence officials in turkey in our interactions with saudi arabia and also with other countries around the world are going to follow the facts and then decisions will be made the cia director is likely to be one of those who president trump says will gather at the white house wednesday to go through the evidence that has been collated in recent days the one common message from all in the trumpet ministration is the importance of the u.s. relationship with saudi arabia but there would be no greater test off this relationship than if it was determined that this killing was indeed an assassination ordered at the highest levels of the saudi kingdom mike hanna al jazeera washington. shall is watching all the latest developments and develops
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first pick up on what mike was saying that the cia chief has been in turkey what we know about her business. well i mean it was unexpected announced at the last minute just listen twelve hours before she arrived less than twelve hours before president gave that speech that was highly anticipated will be it's maybe anticlimactic as far as people concerned after the heard him speak whether that climax is a direct result of the cia chief's arrival in sort of whether it's coincidental obviously we're not quite sure i mean president trump said that she was coming to sarky in order to see the evidence we had understood from the very beginning that sarky had shared at least parts of the evidence they had with regards to the murder and assassination of john chancellor with their american counterparts based on
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statements made by members of the security community intelligence community in the u.s. obviously secretary of state mark comparable was an anchor as well he said he didn't see the evidence whether that's because as an elected official the moment he is privy to such evidence he then has a legal responsibility to take certain actions and therefore didn't want to have that responsibility placed on him and therefore you can have the whole pros of all deniability or whether really they did send you know to order to see that we're not quite sure but obviously the fact that she was dispatched just shows how serious it is now in terms of the white house is dealing with this crisis and the meantime the investigation takes investigation is ongoing do we know anything new from that. well i mean there have been widening the search as well as the scope of the investigation and literally day by day there was that car that they had found and actually will go through maybe a couple of the newspapers because they still making headlines here laura in turkey
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so i mean the headline obviously here is a reference to her one speech yesterday where he sees. me send them to us and we will try them in reference to his request that these suspects be sent and as you can see here is a still picture of the diplomatic vehicle that was located in the car park hidden in one of the areas of istanbul and a lot of the. contents of that taken out by investigators but again aside from the investigation it is coverage of. speech here it's a headline of six questions and one raises obviously amongst those six without going through all of them but he's asking you know where the body is because obviously three weeks is still she was murdered and still no body or body parts about this local collaborator that was used as well from the saudis and why the saudis still haven't given up the identification or at least the contacts of that
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collaborates or so the investigation is continuing this is the independent one that the attorney general's office is conducted in that's the main one so far this uncovered but one of the most elusive things that's remains is not being able to locate the body of the muscles you or what remains of it's absolutely ok jamal for the moment thanks very much the update there from istanbul. turkey has links saudis crown prince to the med. and they say men from his security detail are part of the fifteen member hit squad and reports from istanbul. saudi crown prince mohammed bin sound man offering condolences to the son salah who is believed to be under a travel ban and may not be acting on his own free will the facial expressions are telling the younger she reached out his hand to a man many believe was behind the murder of his father king some man who has been somewhat out of the public eye for a while is now trying to contain an international crisis that could have
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repercussions on the kingdom and the royal family he chaired a cabinet meeting and reiterated that those responsible for the death of the saudi journalist will be held to account ho the meeting was held just hours after president reza kind of a decline of turkey appealed to the king to act and to do what is correct. we will follow this incident until the end whatever is required by our laws and by international laws we will carry it out in fact i'd like to make a call from here today my call is to first and foremost saudi arabia's king solomon and to senior administration bullies where the incident to place therefore my offer is for these fifteen people plus three people the eighteen arrested to be tried to be stumble hardiman what i mean is. i personally don't doubt the sincerity of the custodian of the two holy mosques king solomon been abdulla's is on the other hand it is very important that such a critical investigation about
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a murder is carried out by a truly i'm biased unfair delegation with little doubt about their connections are to go on refer to king sound man with respect to his much awaited speech on tuesday where he was supposed to unveil what he called the naked truth about the murder of turkey's president did provide some new details in the investigation like the presence of a third saudi team that scouted a forest a day before he was killed but over all turkey's president was a politician he criticized saudi arabia for not fully cooperating with the investigation but was careful not to burn all bridges with riyadh but people were expecting him to. what happened to the body of john which was amounts of with the dismemberment of the body have been the video recording the older recording these are all questions. but turkey says it has enough evidence to prove what it has been saying from the start that the murder was premeditated and planned after she
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visited the consulate for the first time on september twenty eighth to sort out the paperwork for his marriage or the gun again highlighted the role of the fifteen men who arrived and left on private jets on the day of the killing new video of the team at istanbul airport has been released turkey security sources believe they. carried out the assassination so do you arabia insists the killing was a mistake and the rogue operation even though among those identified is a member of saudi crown prince a security detail an autopsy expert saudi agent and a body double gun may not have laid bare the naked truth about the crime but he did lay bare turkey's demands and the leverage it holds we have strong evidence he says and it's not enough to blame intelligence agents we need to hold to account those responsible from the top to bottom a political murder is how are gone described the killing in a political speech which stopped short of naming who he believes was responsible
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the diffract a ruler of saudi arabia have a good time and made a brief appearance at the investment conference in riyadh that he had hoped would boost his country's image instead the event was shunned by western leaders and business executives over the killing saudi arabia may be trying to send the message that it is business as usual but its isolation is growing and the crown prince's political future is also in question. istanbul. speak at a major investment conference in riyadh later on wednesday dozens of high profile business leaders and politicians have boycotted the summits over the kingdom's involvement in. the killings raised questions among silicon valley's tech companies which have benefited from billions of dollars in saudi investment brunell's reports . in the aftermath of the killing of jamal khashoggi at the hands of saudi
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government agents tech companies and their executives are distancing themselves from saudi investment but how each one of them makes that decision on their own i think is probably driven very much by their own moral conscience but also their understanding that other people are looking at them in their formal leadership positions for cues about what to do right now several tech leaders have already bailed out of crown prince mohammed bin some ons investment conference including google cloud c.e.o. diane green a.o.l. founder steve case and guber c.e.o. darren shockey who said he was very troubled by reports of cars show g.'s death cause for a shot he's public comments were seen as significant because the saudi wealth fund holds a three and a half billion dollars stake in the right hailing app saudi arabia has also invested heavily in tesla motors door dash the work space company we work and
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others much of the saudi money is funneled through the japanese bank softbank the world's largest investment fund so far saudi arabia has put forty five billion dollars into soft bank so-called vision fund and the crown prince says he'd like to double that amount as tech companies recoil from the saudis on ethical grounds it will be difficult if not financially impossible to unravel their saudi tie as a complex tangle of contract stock preferences and legal obligations tied companies hands in such matters ordinarily companies and financial institutions follow the lead of their governments but president donald trump's response to the killing has been tepid and vacillating leaving corporations to find their own way in some ways this. case is providing an opportunity for companies to really provide some ethical
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and moral leadership maybe at a time when they're not seeing or experiencing what they like to see from leadership in other sectors silicon valley corporations face a dilemma choosing between an ethical response to a shocking crime and the abundant funding that makes the tech industry flourish rob reynolds al-jazeera san carlos california said ahead. we'll look at the rise of brazil's far right presidential frontrunner ahead of sunday's election plus . i'm andrew thomas in new delhi where the government is under pressure to take action against what's fake news spread by the messaging service is being held.


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