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preconceptions, one sided imagery, reclaiming narrative, and the trauma of colonialism ation and it's lingering legacy, delicately addressed as a weapon filmmaker in the democratic republic of congo, i don't know, may not a witness documentary on al jazeera, me american troops leave the largest usa base enough gannons fan, after nearly 20 years, the taliban calls it a positive spin. ah, you wanting al jazeera alive from de? how with me for by people also coming up about it a spectrum, jobs report in the us for the month of june, but a span demik streak in economies still face his challenges ahead. our economy is on
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the move and we have co 19 on the run. also in the news after 8 months of conflicts, much needed age begins to trickle into ethiopia, right region. but the risk of famine looms, laws with millions in desperate need of food. and the longest standing world record in many track athletics is finally broken after 29 years. ah, it's been the center of us military operations against al qaeda and the taliban for nearly 20 years now. by graham base has been transferred back to the afghan government. that's after us. a naval force has left the facility. the taliban has welcome the withdrawal describing it as a positive step and calling for a complete withdrawal of all foreign troops. osama bin java has more
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a formidable fortress for 2 decades where hundreds of millions of dollars have been spent. now looks like a junkyard. this is by graham, a military air base and power one province, which has been a lifeline for us. led coalition troops in guns thought. early on friday, all remaining foreign troops left the facility for the 1st time since the 2001 invasion. i don't think law american forces lift bag from a base last night without any coordination with relevant administration. this has not been officially reported to us from the ground. we get this information from the situation in the area. a several looted opportunists and others don't background as part of last year's deal between the us and the taliban. all foreign forces on to leave a gun just on the taliban has welcome to withdraw from by graham but says the pull out isn't complete. people in cobble have shown cautious optimism, now that the taliban so called war against for an occupation, will be over the by an administration is poised to complete the full, the drawing. soon, leaving behind some troops to guard. it's embassy and the airport and conduct the
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afghan people might face a huge tragedy, which will have a negative impact on the united states as well. because they were here for 20 years . and during these $28.00, they suffered financially and in blood dollars. they lost their lives and spent their money. so they must leave this country with better achieve built by the former soviet union. in the 1950s, the sprawling base has expanded to 30 square kilometers since the us invasion once a symbol for the u. s. to avenge the september 11th attacks by graham and its adjacent jail became a notorious hub for abuse. tens of thousands of people were detained, many tortured un extradited to guantanamo bay prison from by graham. although the u . s. handed over upon prison to have gone government in 2013 human rights watch says its legacy of torture. still continues from wherever i hear the name of background. i recall the screams of innocent people and the pain of children,
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an elderly men who were there. but it was ineffective staging area for the coalition, which once filled up to more than 100000 soldiers to avoid hardware falling to fall upon us for to say the destroy the $15000.00 pieces of equipment and flown out more than 700 fully loaded sea 17 transport aircraft out of a gun is done was over there is i think that equipment which belong to american forces inside the bug grum air bass was destroyed and scrapped even some of the buildings were blown up and destroyed when he went to the americans and asked the many times to at least give us the equipment which was in working condition. they didn't accept it after the us and its coalition allies spend 20 years at 4 funded it, but trillions of dollars and lost thousands of lives. the taliban remains undefeated in on the offensive. many are wondering what was the point. some of a job aid out there for present, joe biden is confident our gun leaders can sustain the government without american military presence. look,
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we are in that war for 20 years. 20 years and i think i met with the african government here in the white house in the oval. i think they have the capacity to be able to sustain the government. they're going to have to be down the road more negotiations, i suspect. but i am. i am concerned that they deal with the internal issues that they have to be able to generate the kind of support they need nationwide to maintain government and avenues. the latest job numbers from the us show, a major increase in the number of people going back to work. $850000.00 jobs were added in the month of june. better than many analysts were expecting. the u. s. economy has been surging since it's not a year as the country emerges from expand damocles session and new number is our positive sign office. i'm uncertainty in recent months. the u. s. recovery had appeared to sol earlier this year when just 266000 jobs were added in april. but
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things picked up by may with a further 559000 jobs. but despite the positive trend continue in june, the recovery has some ways to go. the market is still nearly 7000000 jobs short of its pre pandemic levels. kimberly zone has moved from new york on present vitamin reaction to those numbers. he is, is clearly very happy. he just finished up a briefing about this jobs report important point out the, the unemployment rate is about 6 percent in the u. s. right now at the peak of the pad demick. it was about 15 percent, so it's dropped considerably, but it's still not at where it should be, which is about 3 and a half to 4 percent. nevertheless, and unemployment rate is down significantly. that's something our president joe biden spoke about. joe biden saying that there are more jobs and better wages. he's saying that the economy is on the move and cove. it is on the run. this is a little bit more of what the president had say. this is historic progress. pulling our economy out of the worst crisis in 100 years,
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driven in part by our dramatic progress and vaccinating our nations and beating back to pen damage. as well as other elements of the american rescue plan. today, the u. s. is the only major advanced economy where the o e. c, d, projections are future output are higher today than they were in january 2020. before the pandemic kid, there are some trouble signs on the horizon. there are still 7000000 americans who lost their job over the last year a year and a half that have not been able to find work. there's also inflation concerns. and here in new york city, you can see it as well as a capital financial capital of the united states. and most of the office building several of the you see behind me they're off in the distance, remain empty because the majority of americans are still working from home. just here in new york city, about 20 percent of the office spaces have been vacated and do not have
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clients that will be returning back to work. a bottom line here is there are still a lot of trouble signs on the economy of a particular with the 7000000 americans who can still not find work. these are americans who suffered the most. during the pandemic, low income workers, primarily many people of color. and so the economy, while it's booming in many ways, there is still a lot of people here in the country that are still suffering financially. and they're still a long ways to go. the us, while food program says much needed, aid is finally getting to if you know, then to gray region by the situation remains die. that means 2000000 people have been forced out of their homes and fighting began in november, more than 5000000 need emergency food aid, 900000 dollars in facing family conditions. the federal government, dakota, sci fi on monday. but regional rebels have rejected it. the world food program says there are so hot spots of 15 buddies, cautiously optimistic in which 40000 people in the coming days. catherine,
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so he has more from our time about the wild wood program also says that it is critical is running short of woodstock. the airport is still closed, so crucial aid supplies are not getting to seek. and it's not just the ws. he's saying this about you monetary and organizations are also a very worried logistical nightmare. let me tell you what's going on right now. there's no electricity and there's no internet or telecommunication services that have been that has been cut off that no banks that operating currently the un coordinating agency, you know, to say that a crucial bridge over the river. this is a crucial important supply line to west than guy that that's a bridge has been destroyed. so a lot of agencies getting a huge difficulties just getting supplies to the people who need it most. but we're
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also being told that fighting going on in some areas, different groups are controlling different areas of the european troops. all ha, pulls out and continue to pull out in some areas a return to the also retreating. but there's a big problem of x, for example, in west and the guy where the special forces. i lied special forces of the neighboring morrow, and i like to the government still control and they say that they're going to fight to the end. make sure that they keep holding that area and to grant 40 the thing that they are going to fight. these amar, maurice special forces to make sure that area also is liberated to the situation. so very complex wallet tyler's bic. thousands of mourners have gathered to remember zambia founding president who died last month at the age of $97.00
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kenneth calendar governed for nearly 30 years after independence in 1900. 64, many in the crowd waved white handkerchiefs, his trademark symbol calendar started carrying them wanting prison during zambia, struggled to end british colonial rule. he was nicknamed africa as gandy for his non violent activism. protesters have been gathering in occupied east jerusalem to express all the diversity with the residents of the se, one neighborhood, thousands of buildings, housing more than 100 palestinian families are under threat of being demolished, to make way for an he's really on the launch of park on tuesday is really forces demolish policy and owned purchase. sean, stephanie deca went to the protest. fantastic. stand off now with the israeli forces. with some of the protest her there was a small crowd here are protesting. we had these really forces coming down. and there's now it's jonathan l firing tear gas. you can see them getting ready to
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shoot again. this is basically what's been happening here on and off for weeks now . the area of one in occupied east jerusalem is facing policy and families facing demolition orders facing forest evictions. and you're talking about entire neighborhoods on tuesday. a butcher shop here was demolished around 20, still face the orders of demolition. and the way israel operates is that they give the families the choice to do so. if they don't do it in the time limit, which has now passed, the israeli forces will come in and demolish the homes, then charge them, send them to bill for the demolition of their home. so kind of thing and here this is the reality of their life. there are court cases, appeals to what is really against organizations, jewish organizations that are trying to take over these areas. policies will tell you that they're basically trying to replace the palestinians with jewish butlers, of course occupied east. jerusalem is what palestinians want as
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a capital of any future palestinian state. a british soldier charge with the letter of on, on civil rights marches in northern ireland. won't be standing trial in 1972 soldiers from a lead paschal regiment opened fire on protesters in a catholic area. 13 people died in what came to be known as the bloody sunday massacre. one unnamed soldier was charging 2019, but prosecutors have now told families of the victims that the case is being dropped. soon ahead on al jazeera wildfires, burn west in canada after days of record heat. one town resembles a war so and we'll look at why i've heard of children 11 on are going to bed hungry . ah, ah,
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yes, it's still hot, but it's much hotter than it should be. just pick your favorite city and look at the numbers like the his, like, who did he be higher than you expected to be very cooling trend long, the south coast, and now that is seasonal lucky. so our 30, that's where it should be by q weight or q. it's been up to nearly its record of 5453 and a half. the forecast remains of 51, a hazy day on saturday. not so much on sunday. had a slight cooling, possibly on monday. now that heat extends all the way up through iraq, into west, inside of iran, and possibly up to was turn on itself. in fact, the full costs water and sort of gives it away 39 to 41 or the record as written down moment is 40. so to rank could be on for a record break and not the record you want to break. i would suggest, but it's hot all the same. now the whole of africa is not so much the heat. maybe the lack of rain and i, when we've got the monsoon winds,
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which tend to produce some rain in some oliver know how much they also can induce some big thunderstorms of the vc up in highlands. they are doing that. they'll do that on a daily basis. we tend to get waves, the shells moving up back through south sudan towards the gulf of guinea. but even they aren't particularly big the weather bag energy and change to every part of our universe. or small to continue the change all around the shape, my technology and human ingenuity. we can make it work for you and your ah
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the stories on alger 0, italy bond has welcome to withdrawal of all us and nato chose scanning stands by graham and bass nearly 20 years after they arrived. a complete withdrawal of us forces is expected by september 11th. the us at 850000 john thing june need for a major increase and better than many analysts expected. the economy has been urging interest part of the year as it emerges from the pan demik recession. and the un says much needed aid is getting back into your peers to dr. region, but situation remains dyer, one than 5000000 need emergency food age 900000 of them are facing timing
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conditions, emergency officials in western canada urgently trying to account for more than a 1000 people. busy were forced to see a wildfire on wednesday. it took just 15 minutes for flames to sweep through the village of lit and which has been at the center of an unprecedented heat wave. the mayor says 90 percent of the area is destroyed nor burden man, me reports all lucid, entire town destroyed by wild fire. some of the 250 residence of listen in western canada had little warning to escape the flames. many of their homes now reduced to cinders, which way are we going to go this after temperatures in the area smashed records at least 50 degrees? i can tell you that at best it has been unnerving and at worse, it has been downright terrifying in british columbia. we drove up here to kamloops yesterday for our vacation and saw a plume of smoke,
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so big coming from linton all that distance from here in kamloops. and my son said to me, is there a volcano erupted over there? this map from now so shows the area where days reco, temperatures have hit the entire northwest of the united states and canada. the unusual whether it's being linked to the so called heat don't wear high pressure zones trap hot air. the emergency cruise has been taking to the sky as well as the ground to battle fall spreading fires across northern california. the flames once again forcing residents from their hood. this man in lake had expressed hope that he wouldn't have to leave real concern. the winds coming up in their flames aren't too far away, so we got to pay attention. others way to help us fire at a high school,
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the serving as a red cross shelter. it was cooling off and just getting sleep really good. when the sheriff came through right before the 1st light and said everyone has to leave, you know, so that's what we woke up to you. we are it's not just the fires that are causing concern. as western california and canada is consumed by a drought which many of the attributes to climate change, the heat wave has also taken hundreds of lives. estimates of the number of excess heat related deaths in counties that cover just 62 percent of our population suggests that 5 and a half 1000 americans diver, year from the heat. certainly the event we've seen, we're going to see excess deaths a lot more than we should have back across the border encounter. the extreme temperatures have had a devastating impact. hundreds of deaths in british columbia have been linked to the heat waves and volunteers doing what they can take care of the most vulnerable
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. laura, the manly al jazeera, the 1st hurricane overseas, and he's making his way through the caribbean and appears to be headed for the us state of florida. that's where emergency workers are searching through the rubble of part of an apartment building that collapse last thursday. near miami, 20 people confirmed dead while 120 remain and accounted for. authorities say they want to make as much progress as possible before the storm arise. we don't know exactly that trap that it's going to take. it is possible that we could see tropical force winds as early as sunday night in southern florida. and so our department of emergency management is assuming that that will happen and making the necessary preparations to be able, obviously to protect the, a lot of the equipment you could potentially have an event with the building as well. thousands of people in the philippines are being forced to leave their homes
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after a volcano, solder, spewing seam and toxic gas, nearly $15000.00 people from villages south on the capital manila being moved to safe areas. jamila linda then reports from near the town. okay. and then she's time for those who live in a good celia municipality, about a 120 kilometers south of manila. they only have a few hours to secure their belongings and moved to a c for area. the nearby to al volcano spewed black plumes on thursday afternoon, a situation people here are all too familiar with the land. and we also don't seem to see in the creation centers. so we'll stay with our relatives. early last year to albuquerque, new erupted and displaced more than 100000 people. it was soon followed by the corona virus pandemic. and the months long locked down made it nearly impossible for people or dependent on fishing and tourism to earn
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a living. the town of the rail is where hundreds of people went, emailed the re, it's says it hurts to see her children suffer this way. you can move a little. i don't really know what to say anymore. i'm just praying. it's a really difficult situation across the hall. marilyn caliper tear is afraid for her children to work, but you will stop it for that will be is it the volcano? is it getting sick? getting coded? it's really hard. i have so many children can't sleep, just thinking about it. but these families are reluctant to leave their home the fear, the volcano, but they also say they're worried about possible outbreaks of tobin 19 in the evacuation centers. this is why the philippine government is setting up as many evacuation centers as possible in order to implement the minimum health protocols.
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here, behind me just a few nautical miles away is the creator of the album came and although it seems relatively peaceful here, now people are still afraid that is because many areas here, even the capital manila, a few hours away have been blanketed by smug. in fact, based on the latest government data, but i'll go, okay, no, emitted a record high amount of so for dioxide. those who have lived around the lake. oh, there live, see life before the pandemic and the volcanoes eruption was peaceful and their harvest abundant. that feels like a long time ago now jamal alan, doug and al jazeera, the albert angus province, no return philippine german trans angle american face. she is optimistic about future relations with the united kingdom. michael's been meeting the british families to boys johnson on a final trip there before she set found in september, as by a friction over the post breakfast trade settlement. medical said she remains confident
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about the future of their partnership. by unicef, has warned that children in lebanon are the worst effected by the countries worsting economic crisis. research by the u. an agency found that more than a 30 percent of children have been forced to skip meals and go to bed hungry and 77 percent of household face spoke to are suffering from food shortages. lebanese bound has lost 90 percent of its value seems 2019, causing the price of bread and fuel to for sandra haig is a spokesman, a woman for unicef. she says, the economic crisis is affecting all aspects of children's lives in lebanon. we've been working with partners on the ground and seeing the situation steadily to teary over many, many months. the situation is essentially many years old. right now. we really want to raise the anom because the country is literally hurting off and eat in on my precipice into one of the well known rethink total collapse if the
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economy. that's the whole situation. and then if, when there was the explosion in the court last year was just the nature of the capital city. so we really wanted to understand right now how people are they. and of course, what we found and these people are not managing to cope. and the strategy, or the mechanisms that they are using are very damaging for their own wellbeing. and about the children and 3 quarters of children in household that do not have enough cash to be able to provide the food that they need. that if the children being having to skip a meal during the day, but it affecting so many other factors are not that they don't have enough cash provides. they don't, they don't have cash to provide everything else. so around a 3rd of children who were unable to go to a clinic and see the doctor and get the health care that were very,
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very concerning. a situation is now extremely serious for very nice hotels in the southern se in city of iran, demonstrators were denouncing a c shot was recently imposed by bershana science government. and his rationalize was put in place after residence, boycotted and rejected the presidential election. the former rebel territory has been 17 since it was re taken by wishing forces in 2018 australia is slashing, the number of people allowed through its borders by half from mid july. only 3000 returning citizens will be let in each week a drastic move to curb code. 19 infections comes in several cities stayed with new outbreaks. australia has lounged behind other developed nations in its fascination program. fewer than 80 percent of adults are fully vaccinated. catherine bennett is
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chair of your mama, g deacon university's institute for health transformation. she says there's still over 35000 people looking to get back into australia. but this will be the final measure before the country begins to open up. it is temporary and also being offset to some degree by the government. boosting government supported flight back into the country. so that might take a little bit of the pain out of it, but it is in the short term. hopefully the last of the measures will say from here on, in that we recognizing vaccination station. and so hopefully down the track that will mean will actually increase the cap, particularly to those people who are fully back. and i said, i prime minister today himself described us as being prisoners about 6 that we really put all that focus on the board. we had a low back thing role that we do quite vulnerable given the limited amount of virus we've had in the country. we do actually have quite low rate of return travelers turning opposite we screen them off shore before they get onto the plane to make
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sure they're not positive at that point. and of those that arrive in the country around one percent do eventually turn over to some cities that might be 20 positive cases. been awakened victoria that was 11 other cases this last week. so there are probably other ways we could manage it. but i think this is a response given these multisite outbreaks of the moment as we try and transition away from this focus on the borders completely and kind of a 0 to something that is going to transition out of it into something that's more kind of a normal number with the virus, so i think this is part of a broader that needs to try and show way being ultra safe now. but in order to pivot so that we're actually starting to build our preparation. so we can start to open up the longest standing record in man's track athletics has been broken just 3 weeks out from the side of the tokyo olympics. no waste carson van home broke new ground in the 400 meter idols. running the fast, this time in 29 years,
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days folks reports. our custom vote was pumped up for this one. and 25 year old norwegian determined to produce something special in front of a home crowd and i was low. he's on the flying down the black clean. he's already one to we'll jump in ships in the 400 meter hurdles, but like so many before him. he'd never beaten the world record set for years before he was born. or american kevin young get the $992.00 barcelona olympics into the whole say now it's all about timing. but after 21 years, the longest standing record. immense truck athletics was finally betted. oh no. like you're going for the whole going to take the victory. $4067.00, he done it. not home it talk to time 800 to the 2nd quicker than young confirming his place as one of the great. this is just
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a quick moment. everybody's talking about the record, is that the sending for many, many years it's older than me actually. and you know, 1st time baseless back with audience, family and friends in, in the stadium. i knew i had it in me, but of course it's very special to to be able to do it. and i'm just really happy and really proud of the moment homes opponents. the way this was only his 1st race if the year, and he thinks he can go even faster with $21.00 days to go to the tokyo lympics. he seems to be peeking at exactly the right time david stokes al jazeera. ah, now again, i'm fully bad people with the headlines on al jazeera, i've italy bon says it welcomes and supports the withdrawal of whole us and nato troops from i've got.


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