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so scott we even scared to speak out because it's a problem. al-jazeera correspondent a moral debt. turkey's president says saudi arabia must come clean over its involvement in the murder of jamal khashoggi and in her first television interview fiance reveals the journalist state of mind the day he entered the saudi consulate in istanbul. you know i maryam namazie in london you know with al jazeera our other top stories this hour a person is arrested in the u.s. as more suspicious packages are in to sept it sent in the mail to prominent americans and the search for survivors continues after flash floods me
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a children's dead sea most of the twenty one can fun dead are children. as stumbles prosecutor has demanded the extradition of eighteen suspects from saudi arabia over the murder of john list jamal khashoggi pressure is mounting on riyadh to reveal the location of. the journalist vanished after entering the saudi consulate in istanbul more than three weeks ago in his second address to parliament in a week the turkish president called on saudi arabia to come clean or type a new one called its early explanations childish and comical he also as you condemn to reveal the identity of its local cooperator who saudi officials say helped dispose of body. investigators will be revealing more evidence relating to the killing of. the bush of course there's other information and evidence that we are
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holding and they will be used when the time comes but there's no need to rush because in the first instance the saudi officials have to explain who killed. or. the chief prosecutor. they will meet with a rude chief prosecutor will have discussions. well in all the developments jamal khashoggi his fiance is folk and publicly for the first time since his killing idea changes says she waited outside while khashoggi went into the saudi called seal it has some of what she told her television don't you think you know of in the city the as he into the consulate he was a bit worried he really was worried in fact i was more worried than him because they didn't allow me in and not only did they not allow me in the consulate wasn't the sort of place where you could just pop in and see what's happened to your
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friend this is the security offices another security beyond that so it was just simply impossible for me to go in there after he winton i was continuously watching to see who emerged from the consulate we were both lorries or charles stratford is live for us now outside the saudi consulate in istanbul and charles i'm not sure if you're hearing any more information about the turkish prosecutor requesting the extradition of eighteen suspects in the killing of was this something we were expecting to happen. well certainly districts have been made consistently by president over the last week his argument is that it's because this crime was so he is despite the fact that there are issues of diplomatic community the vienna convention he's argument is it because at the very fact that it's happened in turkey means that such as those suspected for such a heinous crime must be tried here he mentioned it again today in his speech
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another example of turkey really ramping up the pressure it's fair to say that day speech was certainly his most assertive yet the language says he was using that talking accusing the saudis of being irresponsible and childish and calm and cool in their side of the story basically strengthening them with but by by saying that the turks have a lot more information and they will release that when they see fit again more emphasis on the so-called collaborates of this this person who is believed to be turkish who has been a pool cheat is being looked at as being somebody who may have handled the body president or two and yet again demanding that the saudis cooperate and as you say the saudi prosecutor is jew in turkey over the we came to he's going to be meeting
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with his counterpart here but the kind of language as i say the kind of language now being used by the turkish government says it is a show of just how desperate they are to get more information and the pressure they're putting on the saudis who they say are not cooperating fully and the saudi response to this so far. we've had no saudi response so far with respect to this announcement with regard to the extradition of these eighteen but of course the saudis are. that they have no idea where she is body is they have said repeatedly that crown prince mohammed bin solomon had. no role in this in this murder but of course these eighteen people who were arrested fifteen of whom we believe of the fifteen that were here in that came to turkey on the day that she died. on the day that she was killed went into the
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embassy certainly a number of them did and they left the country almost the same day the evidence is certainly mounting. as we've been seeing over recent days despite the kind of p.r. disaster that saudi arabia is suffering over this crisis. and the fact that it is changed its narrative so much we saw a very seemingly very confident crown prince mohammed bin solomon at that investment conference a couple of days ago. desperately trying to bash away these these this constant pressure from the turks and from the international community thank you very much charles strafford with all the latest fan out in istanbul. now federal authorities in the u.s.
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say they have arrested a person in connection with a dozen possible bomb sent a high profile critics of president donald trump the suspect was detained in the city of miami florida earlier two suspicious packages addressed to new jersey democratic senator cory booker and former director of national intelligence james clapper was intercepted well i want has correspondent kimberly joins us live now from washington any more details on this arrest. well there are details that are beginning to leak out in addition we are expecting to hear from u.s. president donald trump when he speaks shortly at a young black leadership summit that is set to kick off here at the white house any moment the president tweeting in fact that he will be addressing the ongoing investigation with regard to the mail bomb plot that has been unfolding in the united states for some three days now at the start of that so we're waiting for that and watching that very carefully in the meantime we are learning that there has been an arrest as you point out
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a little bit more detail potentially about this individual not only looking at the vehicle that has been seized by the federal authorities the f.b.i. but also that he may have a previous criminal history we're told that he is a man in his fifty's and it appears by the stickers on his vehicle which have since been covered up as the federal authorities now transport this vehicle that in fact he was appears to be a supporter of donald trump given the fact that his his van was a blaze and with not just one but multiple stickers of the president and various members of the administration now in terms of the targets of these mail packages. which appear to be pipe bombs that this man allegedly was sending these two prominent democratic figures and continually there is another discovery with each day out of these packages maryam we are hearing reports of
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a potential additional package that may have been sent to senator camilla harris out in california that is not confirmed but is certainly being investigated and this is not surprising given the fact that mail delivery takes some time in fact we could be hearing of these packages being received even as this arrest has been announced for days to come and overseas happening in the days leading up to the midterm elections and president trump has been making some comments about backs. yeah getting some pushback about that so that's why people are watching this very carefully and i'm just pulling up some of those tweets one of them a little bit unusual because the president was tweeting in the middle of the night essentially here in the united states in washington time about three am pushing back on the network one of the american networks cable news networks that in fact was a recipient of one of these packages saying that it's funny how he is being criticized
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for this comparing it to some of the sort of the uproar in the coverage to the september eleventh attacks but even more so a more recent tweet that came about an hour or so ago where the president uses the word bomb in quotation marks almost suggesting potentially that this is some sort of false flag if you will to prevent republicans from doing well in the upcoming congressional elections so these comments particularly controversial for a number of reasons number one because people typically look to the white house and to the president in times like these of turmoil and division to try and unite the country but it appears the president is not doing that and further the suggestion that this may be in some way a manipulation of the potential election results that are to take place early next month is certainly something that many people are not finding this is sitting well with them right now so these comments by the president we are watching that very carefully the attorney general who's overseeing this federal investigation he's
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also present here at the white house we're expecting to hear from the u.s. justice department potentially the attorney general jeff sessions speaking at eight hundred thirty g.m.t. as well presumably will get even more details about this case we keep an eye out for all of those developments thank you very much for now can really help from the white house. now in our other stories that we're following a search and rescue operation is underway near the dead sea in jordan off the deadly flash floods at least twenty one people were killed including thirteen children who were on a school out saying they were caught out when sudden heavy rains sent waters surging from higher ground in the jordan valley sweeping away people below civil defense officials are expecting the death toll to rise on the abdel-hamid says the school didn't have permission to be in the area when questions are being asked about this. search and rescue operations have continued throughout friday even though there was little hope since the morning to find anyone alive that said one
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body was found in the afternoon bringing the total number of that so far to twenty one there are still some missing it's unclear whether their bodies might be at the morgue or still haven't been recovered from either the mountainous areas or maybe in the day now there are still many questions certainly about the a lot around the decision of the school to changes day trip from the area where they were initially supposed to go which is in another part in the other part of this country and who decided for them to come here without getting official permission from the ministry of education it has to be said that among the school children who died is also the daughter of the director of that school now king abdullah is also taking a close attention to this according to the official news agency here he will be
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presiding over a meeting in which all the different sectors departments of the. civil defense and the police will be meeting trying to understand what happened this time to try to avoided next time still ahead for you on the program form a strong man makes a dramatic return to power and we're going to tell you why many sudanese are finding it difficult to bank on their economy. hello there is mostly fine forests in the southeast in parts of china at the moment lots of dry weather to be found here there is a fair amount of cloud for the west that is just drifting its way and that will just push it further northwards as we head through sunday say for some of us in chongqing there will be more in the way of cloud in the chance of seeing one or two
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showers those showers luthor be affecting us in the phone northern parts of vietnam to out towards the west a measure also drawing weather to be found here is over parts of sri lanka where we've got the majority of the wet weather currently that's all part of a system that is in the bay of bengal is pushing its way westward so for the eastern coast of india there's more chance of seeing some wet weather in the coming days but as we head through the day on sunday most of us should still stay dry so rather warm for many of us at the my roots as well not poor up to thirty two and to new delhi we're up around thirty one for the arabian peninsula there's more in the way of wet weather for us there's some very heavy downpours for the southwest and possibly round the f.s.f. today that really does look very nasty and as that sinks its way southwards it'll still be giving one to pockets of or all the heavy rain as we head through the day on sunday so we're likely to see some of those showers here in doha hands in towards the west we could see some in riyadh as well to the south of that though it should stay fine and dry.
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welcome back you with al-jazeera a look at the top stories this hour as samples prosecutors demanded the extradition of eighteen suspects from saudi arabia over the murder of journalist jamal khashoggi they are accused of premeditated murder meanwhile pressure is mounting on saudi arabia to reveal the location of the shell g.'s body in an address to parliament the turkish president called saudi explanations so far comical and childish and our other top story the reuters news agency says u.s. prosecutors have named. as the suspect being held in connection with a dozen possible bombs sent to a high profile critics of president donald trump in other news at least five palestinians have been killed by israeli fire during protests along the gaza border and israeli military spokesman says forces were tallied demonstrators who were throwing rocks at soldiers around ten thousand people had gathered along gaza's frontier with israel for friday protests or benjamin netanyahu has made the first state visit to amman by an israeli leader in twenty four years s.
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and yahoo on the salton discussed ways to advance the mideast peace process the israeli prime minister was invited to muskat off the lengthy behind the scenes contact and news of his visit only emerged once he had returned to israel is visit comes just days after palestinian president mahmoud abbas made a three day trip to the sultanate. well the leading aid organization says spiraling inflation in yemen has harmed incomes and nearly double the cost of feeding a family save the children says the crumbling economy is worsening the suffering of children who are dying from easily preventable causes but in its meth reports. doctors have told us he needs to buy a course of three injections to treat his daughter the diarrhea and inflammation but he can only afford one course because of soaring inflation and the collapse of again any real. home loan was in the hands more than before one injection cost two
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dollars now it's three dollars and sixty cents she needs three but i can only afford one we're suffering because of the high price of medicines and even children's milk prices have gone up in a crazy meaningless way. children end up in hospital because parents can't afford enough nutritional foods the cost of basics such as flour rice salt oil and sugar has nearly doubled since the war began three and a half years ago pharmacies are running out of medicine in the besieged port of the data together rather than some drug companies have increased prices by fifty to sixty percent and there was a radio price hike two or three months ago sales have dropped because patients are only buying a quarter of what they need and that affects their health. data is yemen's major port and controlled by hoofy rebels yemenis who live here are in the middle of a battle for control between the who thinks the saudi u.a.e. led coalition fighting alongside yemeni government forces months of fighting
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a school severe shortages and soaring inflation that's compounding the nationwide humanitarian crisis. with guns and then within their behinds the price of bread has doubled now if we have we ate and if we don't have we don't eat we don't ask for help from anyone we drink when we can afford. if not what can we do that. were hit by the exchange rate we don't make any profit sell something for a certain price then you go back to the wholesaler and are shocked to find the same thing costs more than it just sold it for some of it and. save the children says ten million people risk slipping into preform in conditions by the end of the year if the conflict continues bernard smith al-jazeera. generals from north and south korea have agreed to completely destroy twenty two god posts along the heavily fortified order officials from both sides are trying to ease military
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tensions to their leaders held to historic summits this year eugene chung has more from seoul. the two koreas held general grade military talks at the northern side of the pond when john on friday this comes just one day after the two koreas and the us led un command a removed all fire arms and guard posts from within the same area. and it feels great to see with my very own eyes that the joint security area has really been to militarized under the september nineteenth military agreement friday's meeting as we saw there was carried out in the very positive atmosphere clearly mirroring the more relaxed mood between the two koreas ever since the south korean president in and north korean leader kim jong un held their first summit at the truce village of public back in april and what's important here after friday's meeting is that the
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two bill a trace of the two careers are fully committed to implementing the military agreement that both sides signed back in september and friday the tear sides agreed to remove eleven guard posts each from within the demilitarized zone by the end of november two sides also confirmed that they will stop all hostile actions against each other starting from november first and also grade that they will continue to work on mining the d.m.z. and searching for war remains looking for soldiers killed in action during the one nine hundred fifty two fifty three korean war there's a lot of progress being made between the two countries and there are concerns even within south korea though that this is happening very quickly although north korea is yet to show concrete steps of giving up its nuclear arms. well japan's prime minister says his country is standing at
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a historic turning point with china. has paid a rare visit to beijing where he held talks with china's top leadership despite growing trade ties in recent decades japan and china have had a strained relationships at the end of the second world war adrian brown reports from beijing. a red carpet welcome for a japanese prime minister in beijing would have seemed dumb thinkable just a few years ago but now the leaders of asia's two most powerful economies are talking rather than threatening each other in discussions with china's premier league shinzo our base said he wanted to lift relations to a new level to also further from competition cooperation relations between japan and china that is in the process of entering a new era. china is japan's biggest trading partner the volume of two way trade could grow even further given the number of business deal signed here this is a relationship marked by historical hostility and rivalry but both sides agreed to
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work towards easing tensions in the east china sea where japan and china claim sovereignty over a cluster of tiny uninhabited islands. that dispute led to a wave of anti japanese riots in china six years ago but on friday all that was forgotten. china is awaiting to further strengthen the positive interactions as to pan yan she learn from history and the face forward to was the future. the present was also on our mind during his talks he said japan was paying close attention to human rights in china increasing uncertainties in the two countries respective ties with the united states are pushing japan and china closer shinzo are the worries about the united states declining presence in the region while president xi jinping hopes that japan can help ease the impact of china's
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escalating trade war with the united states japan is looking at both the united states and china and trying to figure out what's the best balance between these two states depends biggest trading partner today is china and that relationship will continue to be important but japan's a security partner without comparison is the united states but the united states and japan also have many overlapping institutions so in china japan's prime minister is having to perform a delicate balancing act adrian brown al-jazeera beijing. a political battle is brewing in sri lanka after the president sacked his prime minister and replaced him with a form a strongman manda rajapaksa was sworn in on friday and replaces running a singer but a singer insists he is still in power a move could lead to more than three year old coalition government. news from sudan now it's been more than a year since u.s.
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trade economic sanctions against the country were lifted but since then the country's economy has continued to struggle with casualties in banks and a soaring inflation rate it will more than explains from khartoum. it no matter mohamed is trying to withdraw money from his own account he needs cash to put food on the table and support his family but he says it's often not possible. so i wanted to withdraw five thousand pounds or about eighty five dollars and days ago i couldn't withdraw it all sometimes there's money sometimes there's no money in the banks. economic problems began more than two decades ago when the u.s. imposed financial sanctions accusing sudan of supporting terrorism most of the sanctions were lifted last year and sudan devalued its currency in january but the economy has taken a downturn with inflation rising to nearly seventy percent people are withdrawing more of their cash to keep up with the rising prices but in recent months banks announced they didn't have enough funds to meet the demand. people came to
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us asking to withdraw money depending on the cash we had we could either serve them or we could imagine and if we couldn't we told them to look for other ways to handle the fun and such as transfers or checks we want them to find alternatives to overcome the liquidity crisis. but that may not be easy since u.s. sanctions were lifted last year many sudanese had high hopes that the economy would improve instead getting cash from banks has become more difficult that's because sanctions weren't the only thing hurting sedan the economy so then relies on oil exports for about seventy percent of its income but that took a big hit in twenty eleven when south sudan with seventy percent of the oil reserves became a separate country the government recently announced it would tighten previously introduced us thirty measures even further in an attempt to ease the situation. of tax exemptions will be slashed except for materials needed for production some vehicles provided to officials will be withdrawn we also plan to establish
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a commodity exchange for gold and currencies to reduce the average inflation and stabilize the exchange rate of the power. a president has for. it nominate and many others to live day by day with little cash or sometimes no cash at all people morgan al-jazeera the tomb. one of the world's most popular tourist islands has reopened six months after it shut down having been branded a cesspool barkha island in the philippines typically welcomes two million visitors a year but mass terrorism resulted in widespread pollution that stays here tell you how small. this is supposed to be a new door and for an island dubbed one of the world's most beautiful for the last six months only residents and local workers have been allowed on baraka i now they're preparing to welcome visitors once again. this is an island rebranded with its rehabilitation some of its newest attractions upgraded sewer lines and drainage
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and an improved transport system that rain has been hampering construction efforts or thirty's of bulldozed legal structures and shut down the island's three casinos and there have been other sacrifices tens of thousands left unemployed people here say they're desperate for life to return to normal. vehicle bottom water authority i was here i walk a war zone what a ghost town we who lost jobs had to go home to our province as white for six months before we could work again. in this new baraka fewer than twenty thousand tourists will be allowed on the island at any one time that's less than half its previous peak capacity back in germany as you heard that this island will be closed he said wow that's a good thing to really close the whole environment to nature is like can rest assure a second. in april rule so it was being pipes directly into the sea and the island's
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landfill was overwhelmed by more than ninety tons of rubbish daily the government said heart of barak businesses were violating environmental rules and decided to close it for a six month cleanup i will prove they were upgrading is it says. despite being criticized for an abrupt decision and disregarding livelihoods or dorothy's pressed ahead with the shutdown. the old two tourists replaced on the beaches by riot police trails and trash collection teams the twenty five meter plus five meter lease misses the record that's basically what we wanted from the very start there's no temporary structures of there and the beach should be ready for all three so like to enjoy the island now there's a slew of new rules for its freshly pristine beaches no drinking no smoking and no vendors so no more of its multi day parties then nor its famous photo op
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sandcastles and while authorities admit it will take longer than six months to clean up baraka i they say this has been a good start the stars here today al jazeera. look at top stories now istanbul's prosecutor has demanded the extradition of eighteen suspects from saudi arabia over to the death of journalist jamal khashoggi they are accused of premeditated murder and torture. or pressure is mounting on saudi arabia to reveal the location of khashoggi body the journalist vanished after entering the saudi consulate in istanbul more than three weeks ago and his second address to parliament in a week the turkish president called on saudi arabia to come clean up type only one called its early explanations childish and comical. the bush that of course there
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is other information and evidence that we are holding and they will be used when the time comes but there's no need to rush because in the first instance the saudi officials have to explain who killed. or monday they sent the chief prosecutor to stumble. they will meet with chief prosecutor and have discussions meanwhile jamal khashoggi is fiance has spoken publicly for the first time since his killing has some of what had just told television don't you think you know bit of information in the as he into the consulate he was a bit worried he really was worried in fact i was more worried than him because they didn't allow me in and not only did they not allow me in the consulate wasn't the sort of place where you could just pop in and see what's happened to your friend this is the security offices another security beyond that so it was just simply impossible for me to go in there after he winton i was continuously watching
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to see who emerged from the consulate we were both lorries and our other top stories this hour u.s. prosecutors have named says are as the suspect being held in connection with a dozen possible bombs sent a high profile critics of president donald trump earlier two suspicious packages addressed to new jersey democratic senator cory booker and forment director of national intelligence james clapper were intercepted. the search and rescue operation is underway near the dead sea in jordan off to deadly flash floods at least twenty one people were killed thirteen of whom with children on a school outing. we're just about to hear from the u.s. president on all tromped he said that he would be speaking about the bomb scare that's been taking place in the u.s. . this off u.s. prosecutors said that a suspect had been arrested in connection with those possible bomb says our say uk
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is a registered republican all the details are emerging about him but let's just listen and watch as i am and a media organization i am pleased to inform you that law enforcement has apprehended the suspect and taken him into custody. an incredible job by law and for us we've carried out a far reaching federal state and local investigation to find the person or persons responsible for these events these terrorizing acts are despicable and have no place in our country. and i've instructed authorities to spare no resource or expense in finding those responsible and bringing them to swift and certain justice. we will prosecute.


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