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month al-jazeera is my kind of reports for washington in recent days a number of members of congress have demanded that muhammad been solid month be held accountable either by way of tweets or in the case of senator bob corker during a debate about yemen in the senate passed for a level briefing with matters peo and you know i asked paul to come in as soon as we get back to share with us what is happening with saudi arabia on both fronts both yemen and what is happening as it relates to the journalist who was assassinated in my opinion at the direction of the crown prince of saudi arabia now the washington post reports the cia has concluded that the saudi crown prince ordered the assassination of journalist jamal khashoggi this it says according to people familiar with the matter who spoke on the condition of anonymity. the report says in reaching its conclusions the cia examined multiple sources of intelligence
including a phone call that the crown prince's brother and ambassador to the u.s. had with the journalist before his murder khalid bin solomon was quick to deny the allegation saying on twitter i never talked to him by phone and certainly never suggested he go to turkey for any reason i asked the u.s. government to release any information regarding this claim within hours several other news organizations including the new york times and the wall street journal were also quoting anonymous officials confirming the report of the cia's finding although it is very important it's very significant that what the washington post in new york times. c m b c n n other outlets over the last hours. reported that the cia an internal assessment now is pointing straight years.
in so much as having ordered this operation this has never happened before in the cia will probably will not comment on this kind of report however the washington post wouldn't report this unless they were accurately reporting where they believe the cia said so which is a slight nuance now one can anticipate that the congressional oversight committees will have been briefed or demand to be briefed on this report's alleging muhammad have been solomon's involvement unlikely to field even though the congressional demands that punitive measures be taken against the crown prince and his government . the question is whether the president has been briefed by the cia on its reported conclusions and if so whether he would be prepared to back away from his stated reluctance to take action against the saudi government and its leaders mike hanna
al-jazeera washington let's go live now to istanbul i was is andrew symonds outside the saudi consulate there and you're we're hearing then that there are even more suggestions that this was premeditated what can you tell us. that's right i mean this is a seismic development this whole revelation by the washington post and the avalanche of other revelations from other publications in the united states and now we have another point towards the top to point towards an organized operation a state sponsored operation to jamal khashoggi ordered by mohammed bin solomon now what we've hearing here is that the there has been an assertion from investigators and the prosecution service of the needles we used to coagulate the blood in his body this is after he died it was
a really detailed process to make sure his blood was plotted before the whole operation began to dismember his body to reduce the amount of blood stains to make it a cleaner sort of operation to do now that took place there sure off and also a lot of samples were taken here in the consulate and also in the consul general z. residence there by and also a house in each because turkish investigators had tapped the phone of one of the fifteen involved in the operation here and that led to that house and they searched the house they got no d.n.a. traces there and they got no d.n.a. traces either of the buildings here it's because there was such a code loss will clean up operation taking place from the saudis so again these are all indicates is that this was a highly organized murder operation and
a clearance operation and a cover up adrian as you said under there's no doubt that this cia assessment has been one of the biggest developments in this case how important though has the turkish investigation been in the cia reaching their assessment. extremely important and everything really goes back to the tapes the tapes and there isn't just one of them another tape that has shown only in the past twenty four hours conclusively that the team got together ahead of khashoggi arriving at the consulates and they were heard just discussing how they would kill that target and if you turn the clock backwards to when the saudis first announced they first admitted that because shoji had died and then they started off with their story that it was all something of a mistake there are two particular names that come to mind but siri who is the
deputy head of intelligence he was blamed for organizing things and then also another important name has sold tani who is a very close aide to mohammed bin solomon now we look at this figure for one reason in that he was one of the eighteen who were announced as suspects from the very outset by the saudi arabia but we've hear this from good sources that he has not been detained he's been free to really do carry on with his job even though officially he's been sacked from it so he's still possibly been advising mohammed bin salmond and of course the americans have listed seventeen people for their for their the moves that taking for their sanctions that don't include him so we have here a trace of events that goes on to this new series of of suggestions from the saudis which difficult plea from not an involved five death sentence is being called for
for the five main suspects so it's total change in narration which is in conflict with most of the turkish evidence and how many thanks indeed let's go live now to our turkey's capital ankara al-jazeera sin and cos the owner was there some turkey then keeping the pressure up on saudi arabia to explain honestly once and for all who ordered the killing of jamal khashoggi and we expect to hear from president want any time soon after these u.s. media reports of the cia's conclusions. well the cia reports actually explains what president don would like to hear and has been repeating since the beginning of this case as a personal defender of the case as a side today he is scheduled to speak in a stumble in the late afternoon. but we are not informed whether he's going to be speaking about to or not but we are expecting that he would have some words just
because last night president don and the u.s. president donald trump had a phone call and the call came from the u.s. side according to the presidential sources along with many by lay troll issues and topics they discussed a lot about jamal khashoggi investigation case as far as we are informed so and today while he was speaking to some turkish people in an opening he might be speaking as well but another detail is that turkey's foreign minister made which i was told is flying to united states today to attend in the u.n. u.n. civilization's alliance conference on monday and he's expected to meet with the u.s. contra part my compare and they will be discussing about the details of jamal khashoggi case again along with some other topics between the two countries but one thing turkish officials are concerned about the saudis that they have been receiving some intelligence that the saudis are planning to frame some turkish officials as
a suspect in their investigation case this is this is what the official the political circles are discussing in ankara right now or it's that many thanks indeed to us and of course you there in ankara let's take a moment to remind you of events leading up to the murder starting on september twenty eighth that's when jamal khashoggi made a visit to the saudi consulate in istanbul and was invited to return to serious money on a home reportage. soon after jamal khashoggi leaves the saudi consulate this man. a saudi attention istanbul reportedly leaves two he flies to riyadh returning two days later on october the first a group of officials then travel from the saudi consulate to a forest on the outskirts of a stand bill and to the nearby city of yellow over on what the turkish president says was a reconnaissance mission police sources say. is among them at about three fifteen
on the day is told to return to the consulate nine of the fifteen min the saudi team arrive it is devil's attitude a port on a private jet from riyadh the risk follow either on commercial flights or on a second private jet checking into two hotels near the consulate at nine fifty five around three hours before crucial derives one of the suspected saudi agents abilities motives into his the saudi consulate and now a before diplomatic vehicles pull up allegedly carrying some of the saudi agents because shogi walks through the front gate of the saudi consulate at thirteen fourteen the last time he is ever seen alive to president richard says he is a tech tsunami tortured killed and then dismembered reuters news agency says
this man sowed. a top aide to saudi prince mohammed bin cell man supervises the killing virus sky cool for days after disappearance saudi officials insist he left the building surveillance footage shows those behind his murder wanted to make it look that way one member of the team dresses in casual g.'s clothes even wears a false beard but tellingly his own shoes he walks out of the consulate throwback exit to make it look like chris. she left about two hours after his the consulate elect vented from the consulate to the nearby residents of the saudi consul seen there at sixteen fifty three all the time say is waiting outside the saudi consulate a teacher alerts authorities and intelligence and security agents rushed to attitude airport according to sources they searched at least one of the private kits and baggage too but after twenty one hundred on october the second the second
of the private jets departs from riyadh no sign of. and still no sign of his body but because she is a former washington post reporter and senior lecturer at lancaster university he joins us now via skype from lancaster robot could tell you with us let's get something out of the way straight away the credibility of these u.s. media reports quoting as they they are the washington post anonymous sources within the cia the timing of them as well coming out late on a friday night just how credible are they well there's always this kind of phrase that you throw things out in the trash on fridays on capitol hill meaning you bring things out at the end of the week when it's the weekend and people are necessarily at the water cooler talk about these things but that doesn't necessarily mean that the recorder is not credible it certainly is coming from the cia and the washington post there's
a very good job of vetting its sources they need to get very seriously when they use anonymous sources but it it's coming after the midterm elections first of all in the united states and they've been coming out on the weekend certainly does seem to indicate what type of priority for the ministration so what happens now will president trump be forced to take more punitive action against the crown prince. well you know this story had to come to an end. it had to be completed at some point and. this sort of this sort of response from the c.i. a coming out on a weekend and coming out after the midterm elections there is really anything that's holding trump to the fire here there's there doesn't seem to be a huge uprising in the united states that a journalist from saudi arabia from america has been murdered potentially and it sure seems by the direction of a head of state where this doesn't seem to be
a big issue for the american public but it is quite concerning that that the trumpet ministration has been pushing off any sort of responsibility to those higher levels of authority and instead saying this was kind of a business deal gone wrong so is the president likely to think to dismiss these reports i mean he must have been given a briefing by the cia on its conclusions right. well you know that's one of the questions is what has he known about this infer how lont very few elites hire unintentional this image information that came out about we could these julian assange is this week that said it was released accidentally that the u.s. was going to seek to prosecute him now that wasn't necessarily a mistake these things are planned they're discussed and so the question is how long has you known these things certainly. has has had you know what the rest of us
know that there is some suspicious activity going going on here a lot more than he's given credit to to those of us who know that there that something bad happened all right and it was intentional it wasn't a mistake it was it was it was covered up you say that there's no one holding the president's feet to the fire right now what about a congress congress this is unlike any let this issue go it's going to demand more punitive measures and can the president ignore those congressional demands. well i think that's right you know the house now has more has more control by democrats and so those those in the house might might find this just an opportunity to embarrass or to get at donald trump and in some ways and certainly we have seen some sanctions taken by the united states government so it's not that it's been completely ignored but certainly as a person living abroad myself and as a journalist and brother journalists across the world as well as dissidents you are
doing things but then there are human rights to speak out. you know stop being stuff and some sort of fuel supplies and dealing with with these out is just doesn't seem to be a very hard line approach to protecting those who are using the freedoms of the united states at least to express themselves into a hold of democracy even in parts of the world where democracy may not exist robert good to talk to many thanks indeed robert could see that in lancaster this is that he is out from out as there are still to come on the program. just like to kind of ghost. as the fighting continues in yemen at the humanitarian situation deteriorates there a glimmer of hope that warring parties may be willing to talk. the most cooperation on show at the apec summit china attacks president trump's america first policy of the u.s. defends trade tariffs against beijing. that is sport of debut for this philadelphia
player action from the n.b.a. coming out. the united nations special envoy for yemen says the warring parties will attend talks in sweeping later this month after a pause in fighting in the besieged for city of what data as strikes have been really launched by. the saudi and iraqi led coalition against who the rebels are diplomatic editor james bays reports to impede the charles when he briefed the un security council special envoy martin griffiths was talking up the prospects of yemeni peace talks due to take place soon in sweden is a crucial moment for yemen i've received firm assurances from the leadership of the yemeni parties the governor of yemen of course first and then they are committed to attending these consultations i believe that genuine alike specked them to continue
in that way and to. appear for those consultations and indeed so do the yemeni people who are desperate for a political solution to a war in which they are the main victims also briefing the security council the head of the world food program who says the country is only months away from full scale famine david beasley had just forty eight hours earlier being in the main yemeni port of her data while in yemen he visited a hospital in sanaa that only has the capacity for twenty child patients a day they receive about fifty cases those not admitted as sent home to die one little child and i remember little feet was sticking out the blanket and it was kind of cute and i went to called the little feet you know to get out get a little smile and just like to kind of ghost. enough in there next
week the u.k. will circulate a draft resolution to the other members of the security council calling for a sation of hostilities at data and other key locations used for transporting aid how will saudi arabia react diplomats told me they don't think the saudis welcome the idea of a new resolution james al-jazeera at the united nations protests are underway across france over the rising cost of fuel demonstrators wearing yellow vests are threatening to block the country's roads and block access to some oil depos diesel is the most commonly used car fuel in france and its prices increased by twenty percent in the past year it now costs on average one dollar sixty eight a liter many blame the government for a series of so-called green taxes which have been added to the price of fuel and sasha butler reports from civilian look tom east of france. priscilla dusky is
driving a grassroots protest against high fuel prices in france she launched an online petition calling on the french government to scrap its high taxes on fuel aimed at reducing air pollution it has more than eight hundred thousand signatures. the government is out of touch with reality and daily life it's not easy to just give up your car and buy electric a few financial incentives aren't enough. the campaign has become a nationwide movement known as the yellow vest protest dollars in asia the yellow vests is a sign of support for our message is the symbol of the car and it shows the urgency of the situation rising global oil prices have pushed up the cost of feel that is the extra taxes on top in france that have infuriated motorists protesters say the taxes are unfair many people rely on their cars to get to work particularly in rural areas where there's little or no public transport this pharma says his income
has fallen as a. fuel costs have risen to the reader although it used to be sold in thousand dollars of fuel a year but it's going to sixteen thousand so it's really pushing up my earning costs the yellow vest protest has been sparked by fuel prices but has become a symbol of why did discontent in france many people say they're simply fed up with the rising cost of living and with a government they say doesn't understand their concerns on a recent trip to northern france the french president was confronted nearly everywhere he went by people who said his policies favor the rich over the poor of the second quite a sad thing that a little bit money only based on color not like they are sick of. organic vegetable farmer. fan is essential for his business to make deliveries he says protecting the environment is vital but is big polluters like industry that should be taxed more along politically it's important to support the environment but the way it's being
done isn't fair you can't tax little guys like us and say we're the polluters we are much you have to tax the source of pollution. emanuel has faced a series of street protests over his reforms and policies since coming to power last year each time he survived the storm but as his popularity plummets in opinion polls this may be one of his greatest tests yet how to handle a movement to fuel the not by trade unions or politicians but powered by people natasha butler al-jazeera seventy to topple france why not a parasite a serious need barker's the need what's happening where you are. protests here in paris are pretty small scale for the time being we're talking more about dozens of people as opposed to hundreds or even thousands that the protest movement had hopes they gathered here early morning attempts to make their way to
the seans elisei they've been immediately turned around by police and was starting to actually see them come back to where they started from according to the interior ministry there being around a thousand organized demos across mainland france involving around fifty thousand people none of them concentrated in any great number and any warm place some demonstrations have been listed as taking place or planned on the island of corsica another want to far away is a reunion in the indian ocean they are united pretty much in two key things firstly the symbol of their protest the yellow hi vis vest secondly their growing anger and frustration at the increase in the price of diesel and petrol which he said has gone up in some places by as much as twenty percent all part of a manual micron's hopes of reducing carbon emissions a meeting his political promises and e.u. green standards but of course many of these protesters believe this should be big
business and heavy industry that should be taxed first no ordinary people so how closely need is the president following today's protests. well i know my corn is undoubtedly watching these demonstrations very very closely indeed were to put their will of this into perspective when it comes to fuel prices here in france they're about eight in europe countries like denmark germany the netherlands they are by no means the highest in europe but these this new tax is very much part of a new series of reforms introduced by president might and might call some of them have been very popular unpopular indeed they've seen protests before this is clearly part of the continuation in protest against these new changes that the president has introduced he is digging his heels in insisting that this is right for the country right for the country's green credentials but he may need to sit up and listen because some of his political rivals are jumping on this political
movement we've seen marine le pen from the far right shoulder shone from the far left for in that support behind this protest movement some of the politicians and political parties don't quite know what to make of it on the one hand they want to show that they support the concerns of ordinary people but at the same time want to show that they are supporting the need to protect the environment as well but micro knows that his popularity has been sliding in the polls recently he cannot afford for this grassroots movement to snowball any further he cannot afford to lose any more support may have many thanks indeed i was there is need back of that live in paris in just a few moments on that is our meteorologist rob mccallum he will be here with an update tough for us then. getting heat from all sides of colombia's president reaches one hundred days in office his reforms facing widespread criticism. and its support will have to latest from the rally of australia sebastian it's closing in
on his six successive world time. through trying the brave you can't. deny. an insinuation. after a period of quiet in the mediterranean it's about time for to get story once again occurring the coals all of the black sea to focus on spain because on the eastern side of spain they have been if you were storms recent in this it will flock of white clouds here more of a mass really has given flooding for the city of lands here and there is a bit further north it was just enough to cause a bit of the news is wrong and. too bad to be quite honest now this is go further east where all the action is starting that cloud there is produced not much right in greece rather more in sicily and behind be the final totals of valencia's under
twenty six so that's the sort of potential but it's development of this area here that's probably of more interest over the last few hours you see crime coming up from the south and more coming in from the north and that combination of or especially warm and watch water of the juden the black sea will eventually turn out to be quite a good area for tensions stormy weather on the northern side of which you can see bits of white here because the high ground of turkey but it's a bug area remain here they're all high enough to catch this snow the green of course is right but that i think we're turning to eventually a circulates three areas and it could be really pretty dusty stormily for greece. the weather sponsored by qatar airways. senator robert kennedy was assassinated in june one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. is still serving a life sentence for his murder but there have been calls for decades for the case
to be reopened including from robert kennedy jr. all the evidence was destroyed after the trial they had a legal obligation to save the evidence because ham was going to file an appeal al-jazeera world asks who killed robert kennedy. and monday put it well on i g.'s the u.s. 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 their days looking forward to for dr evil that's my case 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.
hello again it's good to have you with us adrian for going to here in doha with the news out from out as the top stories this hour u.s. media reports say that the cia believes saudi crown prince mohammed bin sultan ordered the killing of jamal khashoggi the cia's finding directly contradicts saudi claims that the crown prince was not involved in the john list murder of the country's consulate in istanbul last month. the united nations special envoy for yemen says the warring parties will attend talks in sweden later this month hospitals and schools have reportedly been hit in a new round of attacks on the besieged rebel held port city of the data. and protests are being held across france over the rising cost of fuel diesel is the most commonly used car fuel in france and its prices increased by twenty percent in
the past heah. china's president is hitting out at u.s. trade tariffs and says that protectionist actions are shortsighted and doomed to fail she's in ping's been speaking in papua new guinea at the opening of the apec summit the twenty one members of the asia pacific economic cooperation aimed to improve. and trade but the world's two largest economies the u.s. and china have imposed sanctions on each other's exports donald trump is staying away from the summit. resorting to old practices such as protectionism unilateralism will not resolve problems but also adds the uncertainties to the global economy and history tells us taking the road of confrontation whether in the form of a cold war open war or trade war will produce no win it out zero as andrew thomas reports now from port moresby. the sea in apex stands for cooperation but there was less cooperation on display in the early speeches than the was regional competition
particularly in the speeches of president g. of china and mike pence the vice president of the united states both those speeches were really a list of criticisms of the policies of the other country president g. was particularly focused on donald trump's tariff policies he said that trade wars only have losers and he called for tariffs to be wound down for his part my parents used his speech to criticize china's loans across countries in the asia pacific region saying those loans come with strings attached pointedly he said that u.s. loans don't come with a constricting belt or a one way road that is a very direct jab at china's belt and road initiative which sees that country investing heavily in other countries right around the world will be a dinner for all the leaders late on saturday and then on sunday the main summit talks begin but it's those bilateral meetings on the sidelines that will tell us as much about the regional politics of this part of the world as anything official
announced was fine gold as a political risk analyst focusing on asia as he joins us now via skype from taipei good to have you with us ross what's going on with a pick right now is it still i mean has it ever been a cohesive grouping is this just a gentle spat between friends or is it unraveling. well we have to keep in mind apec is always existed as a forum for discussion it's not a trade agreement it's not a place where treaties are discussed modified or entered into it really is a platform where the leaders of the twenty one member economies can discuss business facilitation issues how to reduce red tape bureaucracy customs challenges when goods are entering the various member economies so we don't always have a somewhat limited purpose and that's why sometimes leaders choose not to attend when they have other pressing domestic needs in their countries all right so
machine ping is that donald trump is known as it but you said there are reasons why but i mean it has this happened before the number of high profile leaders have decided they're not going to move the to attend it's not unusual for the u.s. president or the russian president to not attend it's not the first time for either or leader and in the case of xi jinping and donald trump they did have a productive teleconference a few weeks ago they agreed to meet at the becoming plenty so that kind of reduced the need for them to meet in person or on the importance of donald trump in there of an meeting at apec because they plan to have a one on one meeting at the upcoming g twenty and in fact china has submitted a proposal not accepted by the u.s. but china has submitted a proposal to reduce some of the trade disagreements it's a start to discussions that will continue at the g. twenty so again the two leaders not meeting at apac it's probably not have going to any act on the biological u.s.
china trade agenda how do you say that that that trade will between the u.s. and china playing out across. well china is making moves to try and offer concessions to the united states they're worried that the existing high tariffs are going to be raised even higher come january and that the additional tranche of goods that president trump has has identified the balance of trade also for its power absolute or certainly have a deadline looming and both sides want to reach an agreement it's clear that president trump likes to reach agreements where the other side offers concessions so that he can sell it as a victory to domestic stakeholders in the united states and happen with south korea it happen with mexico and canada so if china could offer some concessions there is room for the two sides to agree at least on the trade issues book i think that there are numerous other issues between china and the united states besides trade that won't be part of any trade agreements goods to spend thanks indeed
a number of people reported missing following the worst u.s. wildfires in one hundred years has risen to more than a thousand the charred remains of eight more victims have been found in northern california raising the death toll now to seventy one president donald trump is sent to visit the state lays on saturday to assess the damage his role reynolds reports . climate change has come to california severe drought and santa ana winds a simple so far launches two fires that still have not been stopped the wind fueled flames moved so fast many had to drive through the fire to get out. this driver survived but many more did not trapped in traffic with the fire moving faster than they could an untold number have died calling for help that couldn't get there in time the number of people who are still looking for or and counted for
has increased to six hundred thirty one and this number increased by five hundred one people now hundreds of volunteers are doing disk gruesome we're looking for the remains of those who couldn't make it out but experts say it's possible many will never be found my colleagues are finding profoundly degraded human remains the term of art they use as creamy went to is the consequence of combustion at high temperature for the thousands who escaped now a waiting game of wonder and worry did their houses survive how are their neighbors and where will they go now in a state already dealing with a severe shortage of housing thick blankets of smoke made air quality hazardous in cities like san francisco and sacramento a change in climate and more severe wildfires what california governor jerry brown
coal the new abnormal rob reynolds al-jazeera. relatives of the forty four crew of an navy submarine say that that devastated by news that the wreckage has finally been found a u.s. undersea mapping company made the discovery in the south atlantic on the first anniversary of the san juan this disappearance families have been critical of the navy response to the. the crew reported problems with the aging subs batteries and commanders eventually confirmed an explosion on board. in britain ruling conservative party rebels are gathering support for a challenge to prime minister to resign may in a highly contentious brings it deal with the european union stephen barclay as the new breaks it minister the third in six months he replaces dominic robb who quits along with other ministers because of what he called fatal flaws in may's proposed divorce deal with the e.u. . the mayor of the mexican border town tijuana says he expects the influx of
central american migrants to last for at least six months the town has opened up a sports complex to take up to three thousand people thousands of central americans of fleeing violence and poverty are hoping to seek asylum in the united states and cements by mexico's federal government show the number of migrants into your honor could reach as high as ten thousand heidi joe castro reports now. buses full of migrants continue arriving for new one a mere kilometers to the u.s. border enough the people of the san francisco stairs to the door they're being treated by the was from the mike with us who've already here the first waves of the caravan and some two thousand eight hundred people have all right we are right in tijuana and they're staying in a suburban that has been converted into a shelter inside the. receiving water but we've been told that those resources are scarce i just spoke with a mother who said that her only year old is hungry he has not eaten and he did not
receive one of the blankets at the local mexican government has been handing out for the people what have to spend this first of perhaps many nights sleeping in the open air the reality is in total perhaps some seven to eight thousand central american migrants were offered and violence in their home countries will be here until they want to have been living here for a lot of time the current wait list to enter the port of entry to make an asylum claim is already six weeks long and the stark reality is here many more muscles the way they are in store the needs tackle the unprecedented migration crisis in latin america has dominated the summits which has just ended in guatemala twenty two countries were represented at the meeting but they largely ignored the crisis in both the garage and venezuela as a latin america and its use in human explains. i brought merican leaders from
mexico central and south america spain and portugal underscored the urgent need to confront an unprecedented wages by gratian both from and within latin america if you doubled medicare we need an migratory framework that guarantees the rights of migrants while allowing receiving countries to obtain benefits through an orderly and regulated migration. with solidarity as a european i know the enormity of the challenge. in less than four years two to three million business wayland's have poured into neighboring countries mccard ships. thousands of central americans are also escaping violence and poverty forming migrant caravans and amassing at the mexico u.s. border ahead of next month's un migration conference american i brew american leaders have a message to those who only see migrants as a threat i think that it would be. all.
of security and i think that where boys will be. boys. and development while there was consensus on migration a potential confrontation was averted with nicaragua and venezuela whose leaders are being accused of abuse of power and violation of human rights aware that many of their peers would be holding their feet to the fire the two presidents stayed home. as for the goal of regional integration. we must never gate together to achieve unity the impossible is possible it's just more difficult. and it will soon be even more so as latin america's two darkest countries brazil and mexico prepared to swear in new presidents who are on the opposite side of the ideological divide to see in human al-jazeera. in columbia taxes on orange is among other things leading to harsh criticism of president.
after his first one hundred days in office he's accused of reneging on his campaign promises and a nationwide strike has been threatened. the reports now from bogota. with his youthful energy and a once healthy majority in congress some expected columbia's new president to have an easy start but after one hundred days in office the president has come across decades old challenges the government has campaigned very aggressive for something to be a game changer the country's history the youngest president the most technocratic and it's gone through a series of roadblocks. pain then law and order and boosting the economy under the watchful eye of his political right wing mentor. a hardliner who is as popular as he is polarizing but while his government has not been extreme some of his proposals have been challenged even by his own party behind him. look as approval
rating fell from over fifty percent to twenty seven percent in three months as colombians felt. pain promises such as not increasing taxes i knew bill plans to do just that charging new taxes i'm forty basic goods including meat eggs in fruits. barely what we need for our daily survival. where does he expect us to find the money to pay more taxes ok some of us but i mean look at all he promised in the campaign and now it's all against the poor when it's the poor that helped him to get elected. the bill aims to raise four point four billion dollars necessary to finding spending next year but it's lagging in congress as many fear it would negatively impact an already struggling middle class. a number of proposals supported by the president such as the new and take corruption measures
among others have all failed showing just how difficult it has been for this administration to pass any meaningful legislation so has not been able to really coalesce around himself his own party. other parties to join him. and more challenges that come from the streets students have been protesting for over a month on public universities funding and workers again he's ations are threatening a national strike it's a difficult awakening for a president who promised to govern for all in a nation that remains deeply divided about its future and listen to them good. just ahead on news in sport all four say finalists of the season ending championships are now known to be here to tell you more in just a few blocks. across
china millions of cameras are watching citizens every move and scoring their behavior when used investigates china's surveillance crackdown. on al jazeera. al-jazeera. where ever your. good skin is i'm scared by the tools will lose their nerve and fight for what is right on the shores of paradise progress for some can create a living hell for others challenging his government and big business one man risked his life to save the community he cherishes it is not to be that someone. is what. the opposition
a witness documentary on out to dinner. again a tragic love story told throughout the middle east and central asia has been reinterpreted in the twenty first century contemporary dance jessica baldwin went to see the u.k. premiere of labor a match known. musicians from azerbaijan play trigger. persian instruments. setting the stage for a western audience to learn the heartbreaking tale of layla imagine. the. dancers from the mark morris interpret. that tells the story of
two young people who fall in love but aren't allowed to marry. musicians dancers with worlds in contemporary angles singers from different traditions working together something that attracted choreographer morris to the project. there's a kind of a bad vibe going on internationally you know this it's not just islamophobia it's like everything a phobia and that that's not good for anybody you know it's not those people and those people and those people it's like. no it's we people that's that's what i like about. the move them style of singing is performed by a father daughter duo. putting his hand to his ear allows an impossible to hear is own voice more clearly in azerbaijan kassim office considered
a national treasure. and expert on now surprise yani music says everyone can relate to the tragic love story and the mournful music the music is such a powerful way of. delivering messages to people regardless of the language and of the cultural identity. at a time of increased support for walls and tighter borders to protect individual nations this production is all about sharing ideas and collaboration between cultures from across the world. some of the sounds and styles may be foreign to western audiences but the emotions are known to all still relevant and entertaining across countries cultures and centuries jessica baldwin al-jazeera london.
time for sport is for adrian thank you so much thomas will the one novak jock rich and roger federer remain on course to meet him a.t.p. finals on sunday in london jockey which is bidding to equal federer's record of six titles in serbia seven six sixty one friday which sees him finish top of his qualifying group with three wins from last many matches heading into stunning finals health place south africa's kevin anderson. tennis. throughout the entire year this is the definitely his best season last couple of years he's been playing his best tennis so he's continued to doing that throughout this tournament here the really don't mean it when i guess it's a korean you know he lost last night to roger but he's playing well he's serving well in these he's very aggressive so i don't expect. alexander's abroad also advances to saturday's semi finals in germany even out and john is doing straight
sets on friday seven six six three zero of also defeated shell it's an earlier stage and after and will face water federer in the final for. the season to be a very difficult match. him on the surface and in the corridors he's a number. one player a few times all different conditions all different surfaces and as i said i don't prepare myself will go just mentioned hope it will be it will be good matches will the netherlands have beaten world champions france in the way of the nations league or result that relegates germany from the top tier it also means the french haven't yet qualified for the competitions finals giorgi of an old i'm getting the gold just before half time in rotterdam the dutch are a late penalty as well met this deposit scoring deep into injury time to know they go a point behind france in the league a group one. design for my new group i think we have now six points in the group
and maybe in june next year we can play the semifinals in the nations league if we mentally and physically maintain this form it doesn't happen often that we go to germany and we have six points and germany won but we are still nearer to a good result in the match against germany soon definitive what a kid whose eek we lack something in the contrast between us and them has been even more evident it hurts because we got used to having good results in the last few months mostly victories our goal as you know is to make sure we end up on top of the group but now it doesn't depend on us anymore we'll see what happens on monday evening between germany and the netherlands. elsewhere in the nation's lay there was a good home win for slovakia over ukraine but otherwise it was mostly a night away wins denmark macedonia and armenia all winning on the road the armenians hammering six to two egypt have the incentives three two and a goal of an africa cup of nations qualifier in alexandria and ninetieth minute to winner from liverpool's star striker mohamed salah ensure the win for the ferals
both teams have booked their place in next year showpiece in cameroon. and johannesburg south africa will host nigeria in qualifying group neither side is guaranteed a place at the africa cup of nations yet although they are well placed whoever wins this one will be assured of a place in cameroon and the hosts will be hoping to emulate their two no win over the nigerians earlier in the campaign. i'm sure that provision is being played i'm from there and you know if you guys are right in your income from spending and is that it training well on monday and they are playing nigeria very weather i repeat them we know that you like i said for me you were expecting the three major and you know i mean put in this game means because one team only two for us to qualify for . but we know that this much will be the most difficult because under pressure the south african team they will try to win it at the sonoma also so i think will be
a very interesting game to say to see for the spectacular of football and we will play our game all the major rugby nations will be in action on saturday in the latest round of the november test matches fresh from a win over france south africa or be in edinburgh to take on scotland the scots themselves are coming off a big win over fiji last saturday and will be keen to maintain that winning feeling they do not boast a very good record against south africa that was scotland about beating the springboks since two thousand and ten and only won seven times in twenty six meetings with the south africa that's the key thing is you don't just think about. the result is there is how we got to come and greg has touched on a lot this week and and used different teams in terms of what they've done against africa and stuff so yeah very much in a good place but we understand the challenges coming together the games know no minutes not started. the not and. didn't we just want improvement each
week most important thing and what we see the ultimate goal is to create. and also get booked for eighty minutes and do we get paid minutes as well as believing the. vote will come so. there's a push and pull this. battling fixture on saturday isn't dublin where the world's second rank side ireland faced the top ranked new zealand who were also the reigning world champions france and argentina meet in real well italy host australia england face japan and wales take on top. another usa gymnastics official has left their position as the fallout continues from the larry nasser sexual abuse scandal or olympic team athlete wrong again alan moore was the chief operating officer for usa gymnastics he resigned on friday many gymnast had been angry that he had stayed on given that he was part of the leadership while nasser's abuse was taking place. in the n.b.a.
kyrie irving scored a season best forty three points to lead the boston celtics to one hundred and twenty three to sixty one hundred sixteen win over the visiting toronto raptors over in philadelphia seventy six years beat the visiting new tie jabs for time all-star jimmy bottler use of wire from the minnesota timberwolves on monday scoring twenty points to lead aside to one hundred and thirteen to one hundred and seven when over the. all the timber wolston seemed to be struggling without butler they thrashed visiting portland trailblazers one hundred twelve to have ninety six on friday and your weight is top scored with twenty three derrick rose added seventeen more to leave minnesota to their third story. and sebastian pole position seek his six success as world rally championship title frenchman finished the rally in australia with more than a fifty second lead over belgian tearing a deal with six stages to go. to mark in twenty two second lead in the actual race
but has twenty three points back in the overall standings and that's all your support for them back to you for many things did you do we will be here to update your holidays stories in just a few moments thanks for watching i'll see you. it's a work project debt deal and want the members of the vaccinators targeted and vaccines rejected pakistan faces a constant battle in its war against polio very different this is from al-jazeera follows the extraordinary health workers who risk their lives in one of the year's
final strongholds dollars to curse work with her remains for the story of. lifeline the last drops on al-jazeera. and a lucio lives in fear constantly looking over her shoulder she says she was threatened by armed men as they ransacked a home she knows who ordered the attack and why they want to develop on her community's land as equal parts we can't let the men to imitate us we need to continue they can kill me i'm afraid of being killed i need to defend my people who've been here since fifteen sixty nine without any help from the government and now they want to destroy the forest that is part of us learned ownership in brazil is among the most concentrated and unequal in the world those who ordered the intimidation the murders a really brought to justice a rite of passage preserved through the generations my cousin was laying down there until
a screaming she was helpless the woman who after endorses goes through cycles of pain for what batman meets the women affected by s.g.m. and those reshaping perception do you think people will abandon this even threw out a bit of this take al-jazeera correspondent but can't. media reports say the cia believes. the killing of jamal. contradicting. also coming up.