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also a route for smuggling goods out of the country morgan has more from west star four on the border with chad. i believe how much has been in the trade business in west are for for more than twenty years he says his business has expanded over the past few years as he no longer sells his goods to sydney's traders or indeed you so when you were here we take our sudanese products to sell some of the things to charity and try to secure our border they bring them back to their country. hundreds of traders in sudan's west are for buy and sell goods across the sudan chad border for many it's a way to keep their businesses alive but the border isn't always secure a bucket remembers the times when violence break the border affecting his business . sometimes clashes with long order and as traders we had a fear that we had to close the shops. but there has been. border tensions rose when the darfur conflict began in two thousand and three in
two thousand and six chaddock usedn't of backing a failed rebel attack on the capital in gym a no car to return to accusation in two thousand and eight when darfur rebels attacked the sudanese capital and security isn't the only issue causing tension at the joint border the border has been shut down several times over the past decade due to the smuggling of weapons cars and other goods across the two countries. with a history of smuggling and movement of armed groups between the seven hundred fifty kilometer border between sudan and chad securing it is vital for both countries a special joint deployment force has been increased this year but while that has reduced the number of armed groups the smuggling continues that's because those joint forces established in two thousand and ten are not present along the whole border with goods worth millions of dollars being smuggled annually local authorities in west are for securing the border is the pirates. who. have the joint forces established their directives from the presidents of the two countries to
protect trade there is an active trade between our country and chad if we want benefits for citizens of both countries so securing the border ensures trade continues in the right way abdullah says he doesn't know if they tried in traders who buy from him take the goods back to their country legally but he hopes they continue to trade with him regardless so that his business continues to thrive he will more going on to their own west are for a senior israeli politician has been speaking at a transport conference in all mon it comes just a few days after prime minister benjamin netanyahu met the country's leader and that's fueling speculation that israel is attempting to normalize relations with some gulf arab countries and reports from. israel's transport and intelligence minister in the southern arabic gulf country of oman israel wants to build a railway linking its mediterranean port city of haifa stretching south across thousands of kilometers of arab land to the western coast of the strait of hormuz israel
counts as been outlining the plans at a global transportation conference but he's also the latest senior israeli official to make a high profile visit to an arab country in the last few weeks some say these trips are a sign that relations between israel and some arabic countries are being normalized and the early two thousand is out of the country's put together an initial. which said that relations with israel would only be considered normal if there was a peace deal signed by both israel and palestine but there is no peace deal now palestinians and some others a concern but a peace deal is a lower priority not just for israel but for some out of eight countries as well. at the end of october israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu was also in amman to meet its ruler sultan qaboos bin saeed the last time an israeli leader did that was more than twenty years ago around the same time israel's cultural sports
minister was in abu dhabi in the united arab emirates and its minister for communications was just on the coast in dubai significantly just a few days before netanyahu is visit palestinian president mahmoud abbas was also in amman for delegates at the transport conference business not politics is the priority. to have the conference in oman shows our strategic location in addition to its unique experience in the field of international trade and transport and our impact on the region. but israel and some countries seem to be sending a message that parts of the power structure in the region may be open to change. being celebrated by indians across the world marks the return of the hindu god. in northern india after defeating a powerful demon celebrations include lighting setting off fireworks as
announced he was going to fight a japanese kickboxer now he says he's pulling out and said he never agreed to it in the first place they would stocks how's the story. to me resolve costs us copies should the date was set new year's eve inside tama japan floyd mayweather that was to face kick boxing sensation tension us acoa but just three days after the launch in tokyo mayweather has pulled out claiming he and his team had been juked into the fight on instagram he wrote floyd mayweather never agreed to an official bout with tension asacol in fact i have never heard of him until this recent trip to japan i was originally informed that this was to be an exhibition put on for a small group of wealthy spectators for a very large fee my team and i were completely derailed by the new direction this event was going and we should have put a stop to it immediately i want to sincerely apologize to my friends i can assure
you that i too was completely blindsided by the arrangements that were being made. by the claims to have been ambushed but he seemed pretty comfortable at the press conference on monday when launching the fight that was reportedly going to see him pocket up to one hundred million dollars this present so i spoke with my team i got were rising and we put it together and i chose japan because it is such a great place in a guy great people there's no doubting mayweather skills as a box. he won all fifty of his fights and was the world champion at five different white but the rules for the nasa cover fight had not been agreed on and that could have been where things broke down it wouldn't surprise me if he's actually had a good look at this a car well. and just so you know what is highlight reel shows what a dangerous fight serious he might be twenty years old might look like a quiet boy but he's got dangerous kicks he's
a dangerous aggressive sound twenty years old and between twenty points he stepped into the fire he's had a look at want to get his feet but it's all his ribs maybe by the knees and pics of this young japanese fighting star but the man nickname money pulling out to this fight won't make too much of a dent in his finances but his reputation has certainly taken a bit of a blow job david stokes al-jazeera. one of the fair sister rivalries in all of football takes center stage in south america's biggest continental club competition went back a genius face rev a plate in the cup eleven to dora's final in the first leg on saturday before the second like two weeks later the teams have never met in a final and after a disappointing few years for argentina's national team barca bosky g.m.o. bottle skeletal says it has renewed the country's love of football. it was it then though going to be good for that argentine football in terms of its national team
has been punished in the past years individually the names of the players in the national team as well because of its results and i think that day barker and river have reached a state that is important beyond what happens in these final two i think we have put our time football on top of it. now it was a dramatic night in the european champions league manchester united scored twice in the last five minutes to win away eventis the italian champions went ahead with a wonderfully from christiania rinaldo against his former team but equalized and united won it with an own goal by alexandre o. you want us remain top of the group but united in our just two points behind it is a fantastic victory for us victory that. is not just about the points that we lost at home is about the feeling of how well we played and the sink even if this game doesn't hand with a victory old have the same feeling of that employee really really well from the first minute i repeat against the super team. the win gives united
a boost ahead of their darby against manchester city this weekend but city will be feeling pretty good as well after thrashing shakhtar donetsk six nil there's also a five nil victory for around madrid as santiago solari continues his successful spell as interim coach now a bit of a boost for former england captain david beckham as well in his quest to launch the major league soccer side into miami as part of choose days elections sixty percent of voters endorsed his plans to build a new stadium in the city. this is what we wanted today we wanted you guys to decide our future your future our children's future your children future. that have been so thank you. was. also my uncle was now to a slightly more established team in miami the heat broke
a four year drought against the san antonio spurs whiteside had twenty nine points twenty rebounds and nine blocked shots that's a season high for the n.b.a. it finished ninety five points to eighty eight to the heat in cricket new zealand bowler trent bolt stole the show with a hat trick in the first one day international against pakistan he got out all three of pakistan's top order batsmen for just eight runs they failed to recover new zealand one times when by forty seven they go one or up in the series with two matches remaining. lewis hamilton can enjoy this weekend's brazilian grand prix knowing he's already wrapped up a fifth formula one title but people are already asking him if he can go on to match or even beat michael schumacher is record of seven. that's a lot of people asking me. honestly right this minute i really think it's really important to embrace the moment and really be grateful for what i have
because nothing is ever promised and i'm really grateful that i do have another at least hopefully another couple of seasons in form one and but right now he is just getting this fit has been so odd now you don't need cutting edge motor engineering to be the best in the world this is american our own father in him he was born with spinal bifida he set three world marks in california making the highest ever wheelchair one plant. also the farthest wheelchair ramp jump. and finally the tallest pipe to drop in on a wheelchair all of them all a dated guinness world record just so it was super pumped to have been able to come out here and stomp three records it was a bit overwhelming you know for the last week thinking oh god three records coming up and you know i hope i succeed but i really couldn't have asked for a better day everything just went smoothly and i'm just super pumped we made it
happen and pumped guinness world records was able to come out and make it official . sports now lay it will be brought with more news grads back to you during all right paul thank you for that up there isn't thanks for watching the news hour on al-jazeera we're back in just a moment we'll have much more news coming your way see you in a minute thanks for watching. travel often. by tranquil gotos and shorts in april i want more. looks of owning. cities. and song transcends. is the song. since conflicts. make lives of. talking to.
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and there's nowhere to hide isn't the easiest way to solve this to allow u.n. 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 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 in this case it was betrayed totally up from its own al-jazeera. no evidence emerges in the murder of saudi journalist. and the attempt to cover it up. we're watching all does the world live from a headquarters and. also a heads eleven victims the suspect world sergeant illustrates
thirteen police try to find the motive of a gunman who opened fire on people at a california bar the christian woman acquitted of blasphemy charges in pakistan is freed from prison. sparked widespread protests. there are three armed groups and they deny people returning to their homes no escape from violence we report from a refugee camp in the central. thousands are trapped following sectarian. we begin with new developments out of istanbul in the murder case of saudi journalist. turkish sources have told al jazeera that new evidence has been found at the saudi consul general's residence that's where investigators believe body may have been disposed off. in the story joining us from istanbul what are we to make
of this new evidence. we heard. well there you know the big question that's being on everybody's minds for several weeks now is where is the body ever since the turkish investigators know authorities had said that jamal khashoggi was killed and then subsequently the saudis admitted to assassinating him people were asking where is the body or what remains of the body according now to talk to show fishel as they say that they were able to gather samples from iraq that is inside the back garden of the consul general's home just a couple hundred meters from where i'm standing not those some polls indicate that there was high levels of acid as well as other chemicals that are used to maybe disintegrate or to dissolve or essentially destroy reminiscence of a body remember that's what we understand is that the man especially after being
killed in the consulate his body was dismembered we weren't sure exactly where this was done with the saudis had claimed that they had given the body to local collaborators to dispose of it this harks had been asking well where are these local collaborators they never got a response from riyadh now they say that they have been able to ascertain that there is a strong likelihood that what remains or at least parts of what remains of them out of the children's body was disposed of in that well it is important to note however that they haven't been given full access to that while the only managed to get some samples after they were searching the home of the consul general they needed more equipment to be able to lower investigators down into weights they came back another day requesting entry they were never given that entry inside so that's the latest in terms of the investigation they're in and trump meanwhile has spoken out again not against rather but about the hassles the case so what do you have to say . well you know obviously this is
a huge issue in the united states not least because the late saddam out of casualty was a columnist for the washington post he has children who are u.s. citizens and he himself was a permanent resident there but more importantly also that trump has that close relationship with the crown prince mohammed bin some of which he's invested so much political capital as well as obviously has gained a lot of financial capital as a result people are asking him what he's about to do with regards to what is considered as a gruesome crime not only in terms of the murder of a medical cure but also a crime against essentially international diplomacy and norms and so forth so he says that in the next few days he should have a clearer picture this is what he responded to one of the questions posed to him by a journalist london mattered more than a month since the death of mr show you know journalist thing very terrible thing do you think saudi arabia is guilty of of having a murder and if so we're going to march through your opinion on that subject over the next week and i'm working very closely with congress but we're going to gather
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. it's important through analyze the words that trump is using here when he says much stronger opinion the fact of the matter is the information that has been given to the americans as far as the turks are concerned is clear cause they say that they've shown the head of the cia all the evidence which very clearly stipulates not only the german official she was assassinated not only that it was premeditated but also that such an operation could only have been done with the knowledge of the most senior members of the rather saudi establishment so now that trump is saying he's going to get a clearer opinion and not from the start and take a clear response that's something that people are wondering what exactly that means we'll find that out in the next few days when trump meets with turkish president vegetate are the one who will be joining him at this international summit in paris we understand that they will have a meeting on the margins of that summits and through that's possibly
a much clearer international response to this assassination right thank you you know u.s. police have identified the gunman who opened fire in a bar in california killing at least twelve people including a policeman hundreds were inside that club when the shooting broke out it's the attacker was found dead inside the building but there's no word yet on how he was killed alexey o'brien reports. the borderline bhangra was packed for its wednesday college country music night when the gunman burst in and opened fire there were people that got all day out saying i'm just hanging out having a good time and running you hear that and you just go said the time. it was before eleven face a in the city of thousand docs about sixty kilometers from los angeles he was making the most time with a ski mask over his face but on the bottom and then he had a black face mark carbine is just his mom's all glassy we're shooting everything
from the speakers doing anything so it was billy so it was. just smoke and we just saw shots taking off so we just tried to get down as fast we couldn't get out of there police were there within minutes they heard shots being fired. and felt there might be additional victims inside. on going through the front door sheriff sergeant was struck multiple times with gunfire the local county sheriff had to announce his friend ron hillis was did. the sergeant passed away at the hospital. about an hour. by the time a police swat team went inside the gunman's rampage was over he was dazed and faced again he says and now trying to work out why he opened fire on college students and joining a night out the group that i was hiding out with you know there were strangers for the night you think you're going to be ok you know that i know. but i take away
from this is that it even though there's a lot of that in this world there's also a lot of good people there to help and it comes almost two weeks after another mass shooting eleven people killed at a synagogue in pittsburgh pennsylvania or i asked to watch all the families. of the fall of the thousand oaks community now joining dozens of others who've come face to face with gun violence in the united states it's a horrific incident it's part of the horrors of our happening and in our country and everywhere and i think it's impossible to put any logic or any sense to the senseless with the midterm election bringing change on capitol hill gun control will again be on the political agenda alexia brian al jazeera well the u.s. president donald trump has fired attorney general jeff sessions he will be replaced by his chief of staff matthew would occur who has been highly critical of the muller investigation critics say would occur most immediately recuse himself from
overseeing the probe that looks it's a possible interference by russia and it's trying to sixteen presidential election our white house correspondent jim acosta joining us from washington d.c. and i suppose what everybody wants to know is what is going to happen so the mother probe now that what occurs on board. yeah and that's what democrats particularly and including newly elected ones that will be forming the congress in january are saying they're going to focus on all of this the change at the department of justice comes just as the president is heading up to the supreme court today and fifteen g.m.t. he'll be participating in what's known as an investigator that's the essentially swearing in of his newest supreme court justice judge brett kavanaugh this comes as we've been discussing amid the controversy all sacking of the attorney general former attorney general jeff sessions he was a long time donald trump loyalist and he really angered not just the president but
conservatives in the united states when he recused himself from the muller probe overseeing whether or not the president had ties to russia whether or not there was interference in the twenty sixteen u.s. election and all of this comes amid a very stormy day yesterday at the white house. it was supposed to be a news conference about the outcome of the midterm elections were shut 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 who will look into that different people for different positions shortly after the president tweeted that his attorney general was out sessions writing in a letter to the president at your request i am submitting my resignation trumpets 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 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 over any attorney general whether this one or another one should not be able to interfere with the mall 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 c.n.n.
should be ashamed of itself having you working for them you are a rude terrible person if i may i don't know how are you at once without a white house aide tried to take a microphone from a reporter another reporter asked about concerns over the rise of white nationalism that such 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 now with the staff changes there are.