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ations to just that a low it's notionally a straight truck top speeds are going to be around about three hundred twenty three hundred twenty five kilometers an hour so this is not going to be a slow speed circuit and it's not in downtown hanoi it's in a suburb it's using some public roads but then also some purpose built. circuit which will be attached to the public roads so i think this is more of a hybrid circuit partly a street truck partly a purpose built the solidity to some action on and briefly off the court in the n.b.a. now it's usually a good thing to get your hands on courtside seats but one fan probably regretted getting so close during the hornets hawks game forward and mari spellman just couldn't stop himself air. strikes just right and what about less from the hornets miles bridge is missing the three pointer but making sure of that so.
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there was also an impressive elliott from tony parker to malique monk the hornets went on to win this one hundred thirteen to one hundred two. well c.j. mccullum of the portland trail blazers called forty points against the milwaukee bucks thanks to moves like this the stand up play of the game saw him get the better of what's rookie guard on t. di vinci you won't want to see this again but we'll show you the trouble he says won comfortably underlay team two hundred three. england batsman ben folks has made a century on his test cricket debut against sri lanka in goal here is dating thirteen runs short of his hundred votes would make one hundred seven if he became only the fifty wicketkeeper to score a century on debut england eventually made three hundred forty two all out and then bowled out for two hundred three taking four wickets the english then reached
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thirty eight without loss at the close that's a lead of one hundred seventy seven. now you might not have heard of joe carter and brits have some before but these two are now record holders in cricket what did they do that howard forty three runs in a single over in a new zealand domestic cricket match they were turning out for northern districts against central districts to knoebels help the pair have a six six is a four and a single the unfortunate bowler was well i'm luke previous record at this level was thirty nine runs in an overbite zimbabwe's elton john border the women's world twenty twenty will be held as a standalone event for the first time this year the west indies will host the fourth edition of the torment in the past it was held at the same time as the men's the windies women are defending champions and start the competition as favorites long with australia they open on friday in guyana against bangladesh india new zealand pakistan and australia will also be in action on day one. you always want
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to win. the support of. your finance your families you know coming to see you and i think you know follows a great deal. to regain the title here and not just in the first several. t twenty. down the street you would definitely want to create. and i will finish with some incredible shots of world motocross champion tomah he teamed up with drone filming pioneer tom. and those outs were pretty amazing the dragon was able to stay very close while he performed his stunts sometimes flying within centimeters of his head but not hitting him as a friend tried a summer x. games gold medalist. always ball for now we'll have more
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later on thanks very much paul and of course you can follow all of the stories we're covering by logging on to our website at al-jazeera dot com we'll be watching the news hour with me laura collins up next with a live a full half hour until upon news our team thanks for your time and your company. wish the world innovation summit for health one community of two thousand health care experts in of ages and policy makers from one hundred countries. one experience sharing best practices and innovative ideas. one goal to hopefully a world through global collaboration. apply now to attend the twenty eighteen wish summit. the lights are on. and there's nowhere to hide isn't the easiest way to solve this to allow. u.n.
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observers who you invited into the country earlier this year to finish the job i haven't said it's a right wing conspiracy or anybody's conspiracy straight talking debate do you think we're going to see some kind of sea change in the u.s. relationship with saudi arabia we have an obligation there's a journalistic integrity and then so in this case it was betrayed totally up from its own al-jazeera and monday put it on. us and british companies have announced the biggest discovery of natural gas in west africa but what to do with these untapped natural resources is already a source of heated debate nothing much has changed they still spend most of the days looking forward to full dry riverbeds like this one five years on the syrians still feel battered or even those who managed to escape their country have been truly unable to escape the war. american man spoke out against french colonial rule and was exiled. behavior isolated extremist views
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reached that he spoke out against the regime and was sentenced to life imprisonment he spent twenty two months in hiding thirteen years in exile and seventeen years in jail. al-jazeera well tells the story of the dissident abraham so fatty morocco's montana. here is president donald trump is his attorney general casting doubts over the future of special counsel robert morris investigation. on the russian investigators are you concerned that that you may have not concerned about anything with. him because it's a hoax or you that's enough put down the mike. and move was announced just off to.
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a conference following a night of mixed results for his posse and tuesday's midterm elections. zero live from doha also coming up. saying as reports around the city of hyundai to . calls for peace talks. and seventy nine school students kidnapped in cameroon afraid that mystery surrounds who took. his president donald trump has fired attorney general jeff sessions announcement came a day off the trunk's republican party lost control of the house of representatives in tuesday's midterm elections that would increase its majority in the senate much more on the election and its aftermath in a few moments but first a whole kit has more on
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a contentious day at the white house worried i should know better than it was supposed to be good news conference about the outcome of the midterm election sit down but it quickly turned into a testy exchange with reporters which included questions about the future of president donald trump's cabinet and the fate of his have battled attorney general jeff sessions and i'm very happy with most of my cabinet we're looking at different people for different positions shortly after the president tweeted that his attorney general was out sessions writing. the letter to the president at your request i am submitting my resignation trump as muse publicly about getting rid of sessions ever since the attorney general recused himself from the investigation into alleged ties between the trump campaign and the kremlin during the twenty sixteen presidential campaign sessions is replaced by matthew whitaker who will serve as acting attorney general whitaker is viewed as
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a trump loyalist and penned an op ed last year arguing the moeller probe was going too far he is now officially overseeing that same investigation or any attorney general whether this one or another one. should not be able to interfere with the model or investigation in any way they should not be able to end it they should not be able to limit it right one of you know that i mean on monday trump said he wanted to take a softer tone but his post mid term news conference was his longest and arguably the most contentious in his press duration at times boiled over as he railed yet again at the media after he was asked repeatedly about the muller probe. and should be ashamed of itself having you working for them you are a rude terrible person. are you at once without a white house aide tried to take a microphone for reporter another reporter asked about concerns over the rise of white nationalism that such
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a racist question the sessions firing in the fall of from the u.s. midterms comes as donald trump prepares to head to paris where he'll attend an event along with russian president vladimir putin on wednesday trying once again declined to directly criticize putin for his twenty fourteen addicks ation of crimea instead blaming it on former president barack obama can really help at al-jazeera the white house or the far of sessions when i was just after president trump talked up his republican party's gains in the senate from tuesday's midterm elections turnout was unusually high across the country and the night offered good news for both of the main political parties the democrats of claim two hundred twenty two c. so far in the house of representatives handing them control however it was the republicans who picked up seats in the senate now stands at fifty one it could be several weeks before we know the final numbers for both houses of congress seventeen houses house races and two senate races still too close to call and also
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be a senate runoff in mississippi they say this month. well the result set the stage for what promises to be a very different washington both politically and in terms of who says and congress reynolds reports from washington d.c. who is a big day yesterday white house spin zone despite the mid-term loss of the house to the democrats president donald trump declared victory citing republican gains in the senate they did focus on the senate and we had tremendous success with the senate democratic house leader nancy pelosi said the democrats victory was an opportunity to work together with drum who will strive for bipartisanship we believe that we have a responsibility to seek common ground where we can but we cannot we must stand out from our control of the house gives democrats power to block much of the republican legislative agenda and launch investigations into trump's russian
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business dealings taxes and other ethical issues dogging several senior officials b.s. democrats are here to strengthen the institution in which we serve and not to have it be a rubber stamp for president shop. many democratic voters believe the house should begin impeachment proceedings against trump but the senate republican leader had a warning for democrats drawn from republicans own experience i remember when we tried in the late ninety's. we impeach president clinton his numbers one often are going down and we underperform in the next election so the democrats on the house will have to decide just how much presidential harassments they think is good strategy i'm not so sure it will work for them. when it's sworn in early next year the new congress will include more women than any in history among them will be the
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first female muslim representatives including russia to t.m. who is also the first palestinian american ever elected a black and latino women one including alexandria cortez who will be the youngest person in the house and the first ever native american women will take their seats in the senate some races are still too close to call and may be headed for recounts but republican control of that body is a certainty there's not very much common ground between the parties on major issues like immigration and health care so the forecast for the next two years is lots of talk but little action robert oulds al-jazeera washington present says he will have a much stronger opinion on the case and jamal khashoggi next week is out in john this has led it in saudi arabia's consulate in istanbul last month. matter of more
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than a month since the death of mr show you know journalist very sad thing very terrible thing do you think saudi arabia is guilty of of having to murder and if so marginal your opinion on that subject over the next week and i'm working very closely with congress we're working together some very talented people and we're working with congress we're working with turkey and we're working with saudi arabia and i'm forming a very strong opinion. pro-government forces in advance closer to the rebel held. one hundred fifty people have been killed in the last three days. against the intensifies. the rebels has vowed to never surrender and for. pro-government forces laid a ground offensive on his data which is being controlled by heathy rebels since twenty footie the supported by a saudi and iraqi coalition which is the bombing positions in the pool city the
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collateral damage has did significant the age group save the children says one of its pharmacies providing lifesaving supplies was damaged by an asteroid pro-government forces have taken control of a major road leading into the city but the leader of the rebels in yemen has vowed not to surrender. i direct a call to all for the man of our people to head for the front to defend the port city the battle is not a small one it stretches two thousand kilometers along the red sea coast it's been a year since the saudi and coalition imposed an assay and land blockade on yemen the city of her data was until now a lifeline for the small amount of humanitarian aid the managed to get into the country but is the battle to control her day to intensifies it's become almost impossible to get food supplies into yemen about two thousand one hundred people have reportedly fled their homes in the area close to the fighting she. the charity
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agencies have consistently warned their protracted fighting inside her data city or any incident that he directed port operations could set off a humanitarian catastrophe. hundreds of thousands of people who live in who dated face being trapped is fighting places in around them the u.s. and u.n. have called for a cease fire we've been urging all parties to come to the table and to recognize that there is no military victory that can be achieved in yemen and we continue to call for a sation of hostilities but that cool seems to be fully known death is as both sides battle for control of her data the u.n. is warning yemen is just three months away from a devastating famine putting thirty million people at risk big turia gates and be algis there a pakistani christian woman acquitted of blasphemy has been freed from prison.
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after eighteen years on death row sparked nationwide protests by hardliners she was convicted in twenty ten on charges of insulting the prophet mohammed after a dispute with muslim fellow farm workers. all of the students kidnapped from a high school in cameroon have been released on demand to seventy nine people from a presbyterian boarding school and mend racial government says four people still missing including a driver two teachers and the principal and then the is in one of cameron's endless making regions where sepsis a been fighting for an independent states. warry me there was not enough to define the fight as i went to when they left or. was still because i saw my son in the video being. to talk loudly. i knew you was traumatized and that also made me more. so acknowledge that i've been here present i have seen and i've talked with them and i'm sure that they will be for now and find but i'm
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not sure of the safety of the school so my wish is that they close the school for now because of the security problems that are becoming. still ahead here on. undeterred. stopped to rest in mexico city before pushing on to the us border. and government is offering migrants free plane tickets back to their homes. hell of the storm this is over if an hour i think you see the last bucket storms running through the eastern seaboard nothing much left of course this satellite pictures taken before the real storms got going to hit maybe that in texas or oklahoma once you might still build but i think probably not this is still the risk
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area of the big storms with lots of rain falling out of them but look at what's developing in colorado in fact the plain states are dropped in temperature down to minus one and when you have to see the daytime highs there's a big push of winter air coming in here by the time we get to friday it's reached always size times the ohio valley more or less the max in chicago three degrees snow you'll notice and this is not just going to be a little likely because a lot of snow it's ok to the west the rockies in our clear back in the sunshine but if you're in the plain states or around the great lakes and the midwest this is the first proper taste off into to the south it's all gone quiet we've seen quite a few showers recently impreza rico but they're disappearing now and there's not much to revive to reveal itself by satellite but we still got the prevailing breeze so still be a scattering of sticky.


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