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a global feelings and attempts to challenge and understand the ideas that mobilize youth around the world. in south africa, women who are at the forefront of the walk in a race and never, ever get tired of developing resistance strategies and ignites of passion, stand up and fight generation chains on al jazeera, ah fear and uncertainty in haiti after the assassination of president avail. louise and operation to find his killers is continuing the, the hello i'm marianna, my z in london. you're watching al jazeera, also coming up on the program. you went security council. it's been meeting the regional concerns of it. if your grand renee songs dam made a dispute over its impact on countries,
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neighbors northwest in province, which is now the scene of intense fighting between afghan forces and there were sergent taliban. and japan's corona vars. emergency means the lympics will go ahead in tokyo without a key participants, fans. ah, hello, welcome to the program, o police and haiti a saying that they've killed 7 suspects and arrested 6 others believe to be involved in the assassination of prejudicial they are ways, authority say they are still hunting. the perpetrators who orchestrated the entire operation. several of the arrest took place following the gunfight in following a gunfight in the capital course of friends, crowds gathered earlier on outside the police station where the suspects were being held ways was shot dead during a raid on his home in wednesday,
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interim prime minister club if is urging citizens to hand over suspects to the police without the use of any violence, those guys killed the president, we're going to make them suffer now that the piece of found them and take them to jail, we need them to burn today. will be you and special envoy, haiti is saying that the nation's leaders reached out to the international communities help. i just came out of a meeting with the security council where the permanent representative behavior mentioned made a request for assistance with international invested with this investigation from international authorities. and it is important that these request jacob, seriously, we certainly are prepared as you know, with the, with the expertise that we have on board to, to assist this investigation into
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a job as a cause for further expertise as necessary. jamie san francisco, his editor at the post the haitian online media publication and joins a slide from ports of prince now and we were seeing images earlier on of really amounting sense of resentment and anger. building up people are calling for accountability at the same time. there is confusion, although a state of emergency is in place in the country. what can you, when you tell me about what it feels like to be there in puerto prince, now a lot of policies that will try and get the audio going high. yeah, we've got you now. yes, i was saying that and for now the streets of every brand and i was well in other parts of the country,
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but people decided to mostly do stay home till we main indoor. because there was, there was a lot of anxiety, a lot of fear about what could happen next after the assassination of the, of the prison. because, you know, we are in the country, especially poor brands where gangs are willing. so there are some kid not being nation every day. so people are afraid that now the prison that he's dead, the situation could become much, much worse in the come you say the, those already insecurity in the country with the prevalence of criminal gangs and violence and kidnapping. have you sensed is that deteriorated? even more of you sense to a shift, is it feel even more dangerous now on the streets? no, not after the, the us in nation. but that's,
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that's what the population we have depth fear. we have that fear that it can become much worse. but for now, for example, today, know the suite of every come today. how to people. is it clear who is, who is in charge of the country? obviously we were speaking about code thief, who is seen by many, i suppose is a legitimate leader, but then there are others that are saying that are l on re should be in this position because he was a he was actually appointed by president moiz. just just before he was killed. well right now we, yes, we are in the middle of the confusion and in the middle of the confusion credit it will because as you mentioned we have sort of 2 prime ministers. the acting prime minister is such it was us and the,
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the other one for more options than before. 11 or 2 days before he died. and then what happened? more you before before he wanted to concentrate all the power in his hands. although he's durn has ended on february 2021 according to the constitution and according to the bills was icy. so and now, so the government was all when he let me now you have to broaden ministers and you don't know what it's supposed to lead. so yes, there was a confusion and we don't really know what will happen in the days to come. we got into that matter. sure. and you sense the majority of the people are they do they support the state of emergency? because perhaps it, it will prevent a complete breakdown of, of law and order. and perhaps people safe to some extent or are there or that other
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concerns about the implications of, of closure these having those sort of special powers? well, yes, but in the same time, a lot of people don't really understand what that means to be huge. and maybe that's the reason why they don't we know how to, how to act regarding we got to be dealt with the understand what it fully means actually for the country and for prime minister, acting for municipal joseph. can you explain to me the situation in haiti before this fascination took place? i mean, obviously president of l. my faith for me, for a long time, a great deal of opposition. but aside from that, i mean you, you have terrible poverty. and very little rebuilding and just to humanitarian
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plight that seems to have just become worse and worse since the earthquake and in 2010, 10. i mean it is, it is the country just in a complete mass now. well, as you said before, the commission, things weren't that were not really okay. but the, the very, i mean, the greatest fear that we had was when the gangs, because gangs are really lean the street special, the poor grants. they were, they all will industries. and then that is the, that, that is, may be the greatest issue we had. and of course yes we, we have 4 medium people or in food insecurity, and possibly that number will increase after the situation that we are leaving right now. so we, we were already in,
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in kills. and right now me even more. thank you very much for taking and i was, i do appreciate it. joining us that from ports of friends in haiti, jemison francisco, editor at the job, post online media publication. ah, your jersey council has been discussing the controversial mega damn that e. c, o appears building on the nile river for the country on collision course with egypt and sudan, who feel val lose access to fresh water. tunisia and saudi arabia have now joined in the dispute and demanding that, that be an international resolution to this. egypt. foreign minister had a very blunt assessment of the situation to a nation of over 100000000 souls is facing an existing show threat.
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a graham structure of mammoth proportion has been constructed across the, our tree that bequeathed life to the people of egypt. a colossal wall of iron and steel has risen along the banks of a great and ancient river and has cast a long and dark shadow over the future and fate of the people of egypt. with every brick and every layer of mortar, the girl grows higher and its reservoir grows larger, and it continues to constrict the life blood of innocent millions, living downstream of this giant dam. while egypt answered and sent that foreign ministers to that meeting in new york, ethiopia sent its watson minister. now he told the other diplomats that his country is determined to build this dam for the people. it is also unique because the construction of this price $1000000000.00 done is finance. it buys a blood peterson the suite of or did you cope in there?
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get this done built at the right place for the betterment of people in a broader region. our unfortunate inability to utilize and reverse so far is deeply embedded in the psychology of our pupils and our diplomatic added to james phase. as following those event force at the united nations. it certainly really increased the tension in the situation and the tension behind the scenes at this council meeting you had there. and you heard the c a p in water minister using the word existential. about the damn. you had the egyptian saying, the word, existential, of the threat to egypt from the damn. the fact that this word is being invoked by 2 countries with populations of 100000000 people. and remember sedans involved, and it's not, it's not a small country either a population of 40000000, i think,
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shows you what is at stake here. there is a disagreement, i think on whether the should be a security council issue. ethiopia, making it very clear that water minister was, i think, very clear they had there was an immigration and irrigation minister here, not there, foreign minister. they don't believe this is a massive for the security council. they believe it should be back at the african union, but you heard the position from egypt and sudan. they've done the african union and they've got an absolutely nowhere. and you heard the very strong comments of the egyptian foreign minister, some a sugary, that there was bad faith and irresponsibility from the p and side, very strong comments from him and very clear who his audience was. are because an official language of the security council. he could have spoken his speech in arabic, he didn't, he did the whole speech in english. i think he was aiming at an international audience. make it clear that egypt cannot and will not tolerate the current situation. watching alger, their ally from london, much more flat on the program,
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has been a quarter of a 1000000 cases and just 7 days, africa experiences. it's worst week of the pandemic also. i'm natasha butler in can with the rest of all organizes are locked in around with netflix. ah hello, we got some right in the forecast. easton possible straight away over the next couple days. little more cloud this the cropping up here. there isn't ever a high pressure not too far away, but i don't show a brace just pulling a little more in the way we stare. and we are going to see some lively showers around at east side walls as we go on 3 friday. so looking rather gray and dull for much of that eastern, sort of new south wells, up towards the gold coast into brisbin. further west to this general drive,
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we got some wet weather come for the southern parts of w. i suppose. we'll see some rain on friday, the rain not quite as heavy or is extensive as we go through sandstone brightening up by the end of the day, in fact, brightening up to coast at east side of australia. by the end of the day, we'll see that we were started to push towards new zealand. but for the time being they said a lot of the dry and fine. if a little on the cool side tampered are struggling to get into double figures, certainly a good to a warmer than that for japan, we got a lot of wet weather coming into japan. at the moment pulsing else is east and china, more heavy rain coming in across the southern half of japan as a good part of one issue. sink further heavy downpours and they're still there. as we go on through sas, they linking all the way back into central china create potential saying, some charlotte, southern parts of china to refine and try hong kong with a top temperature. 34 degrees. ah, ah,
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the covey, $910.00 to brittany, one of singapore, the most love tradition. it's famous straight to the french, on 18th investigate it, pokers can innovate to survive on how to 0 challenging how mainstream media covers the news. stories like these that should be easy pickings for political reporters out to hold power to account whilst others are breaking among the listening post on al jazeera. oh, i a come back. the main stories now. nice and have you say they've killed 7 suspects and arrested 6 others believe to be involved in the fascination of president jo,
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families and authorities say they are still hunting the traitors. jaime operation, members of the un security council, have been discussing the mega down being built on the nile river by ethiopia. run renee, so if you can be, if you haven't gone down as the source of a major dispute between european and egypt and food on us, president joe biden is defended his decision to pull all american troops out. and i've got to stop saying the military will end its presence there on august the 31st that's actually like he had his schedule. he insist the u. s. has achieved its objectives after nearly 20 years of war. but the woodrow comes at a time when the taliban is continuing to seize more territory and i've got some white house correspondent, kimberly how kit reports. one week after us forces withdrew quietly from bog room air force base. the taliban is making games from the security vacuum left
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behind us. president joe biden is adamant us forces will leave afghanistan by the end of august. nearly 20 years of experience has shown us that the current security situation only confirms that just one more year of fighting f canister is not a solution. but a recipe for being there indefinitely. as the taliban gave power, biden is now on the defensive. he insists afghanistan, future is tied to a political solution, not a military. one piece must be negotiated between the afghan government and the taliban. but when he was asked if he had any faith in the group, the president had this to say, no, i do not trusted. tell him the us will keep a small security and diplomatic presence in the country to support afghan forces. keep cobbles, airport open, and protect the u. s. embassy. now we're left with
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a strategy that less than coherent and bided in ministration is going to have to scramble to realize what their priorities in the region are. the taliban rapid advance process. ganna stan has put key cities at risk of being overtaken. still by didn't insist the united states won't be at fault if that happens. no, no, no. it's up to the people that get stand. decide on what government they want. not us to impose the government on that. as part of its humanitarian effort. the white house announced on thursday. it will also ship $1400000.00 doses of the johnson and johnson covey vaccine to afghanistan. but critics argue, afghanistan needs much more, especially afghan interpreters that served and supported us troops and are now in danger. the white house and says it's evacuating thousands of african nationals and
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their families to a 3rd party country. well, the visas are being processed was complete. those who supported the u. s. mission in afghanistan could be offered asylum in the united states. kimberly held kit al jazeera, the white house. i'll be no spectators at l. m. big events in tokyo, when the games begin in 2 weeks time organizers made the decision off the japan declared a state of emergency in the capital because of rising numbers of corona virus cases . david stokes reports just hours after japan announced a fresh state of emergency in tokyo. the knock on effect on the olympics was confirmed to come back. the surgeon covered 19 cases. there will be no fans at all, allowed to attend venues in tokyo. she never called, in that constant academic without the pandemic, the limpid gains would be an amazing opportunity to unite people. but unfortunately, the panoramic could not allow us to hold events with full spectators. we are very
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sorry for the locals living near the limpid venue. the decision to bound foreign fans was made months ago, but organizes had still hoped to allow 50 percent capacity to domestic crowds me, although a small number of people may be allowed to attend venues outside tokyo, there's no doubt 1st, a decision has inflicted a significant blow this was supposed to be a huge moment for, for tokyo, for japan. so much effort has gone into preparing the capital to host these games. and now it's going to be a lot of empty stadiums. the head of the international olympic committee, thomas by arrived in tokyo justice. the new rules were nancy, and he himself will now spend 3 days isolating in his hotel will support any measure which is necessary to have safe and secure will begin parallel baker against the games have now effectively been reduced to
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a major tv event. which means b, c will still collect around $4000000000.00 from broadcast. is that the last ticket revenue around $800000000.00 will be felt by japan's tax payers who've already been hit hard by the most expensive games in history. with some reports, putting the overall cost close to 30000000000 still around 11000 athletes from all over the world and making their way to tokyo, ready to compete in an lympics like no other minorities for this oppertunity. the only comes once before years where they can actually compete in arenas which are compatible through oper. mason for reality is when they get to tokyo and get to the arena and see how unusually quiet it is. i think it could affect some performances. there will be no fans in tokyo, but the delayed games are still going ahead with the opening ceremony just 2 weeks away. david stokes al jazeera or elsewhere africa experienced it's worst week of
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the pandemic so far, surpassing the 2nd wave peak with a quarter of a 1000000 new cases. and just the past 7 days, it's reporting infections are 22 percent compared to a week ago. the delta variant combined with the shortage of vaccines, has made the situation worse with the global vaccine distribution scheme, kovacs aimed to deliver a 520000000 cove in 1900 vaccine doses to africa. this year. 4 months ago, the aim had been to provide 720000000 doses kovacs managing director really and go and said that 25000000 doses have been delivered to 44 african countries so far. but she did admit, there wasn't happy with the progress saying that indian export restrictions had cause delays and close hoc has more in this now from senegal capital dot com, a public awareness campaign in the car, nurse inducted job. those,
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it will take more than a catchy, to convince people to get back to needed. instead, the goal is running short on vaccines anyway. as infection rates rise. in the next 72 hours, we are going to be making a lot of noise. we will be doing public campaigns knocking on people's doors, going in factories and offices, and warning everyone to be prepared. senegal is among 23 african countries experiencing a 3rd wave of infections with 250000 new cases in the last week. the world health organization warns the continent is ill prepared to deal with the increase for africa, the worst is yet to come. as the fast moving 3rd wave continues to gain speed and new ground in countries, log doubts are being imposed in sierra leone than bob way in south africa, where half of the new infections are from the delta various has spread from india to 16 african countries. it is in rural areas away from cities where there are less people vaccinated, that the search of new cases is taking place. only 2 percent of africans have been
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vaccinated. most don't have access to the health centers, some fear unfounded side effects then while others view it as pointless with you. failing to recognize the validity of the vaccines delivered in africa for travel to europe. some government see this as further discouraging people from getting inoculated. senegal is bounding public gatherings in an attempt to slow this 3rd wave, but in order to limit transmission, it needs rich countries to deliver on their promise. in providing cove in 1900 vaccines as supplies are running out, given the rate of transmission, scientists fear the already virulent delta various could mutate into a more deadly and contagious virus. if we left countries behind on the vaccination and public health response, we've just given my chance to the fighters to have fall and new parents to emerge
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with or without the vaccine for senegal in other african countries. it's a race against time to prepare the population ahead of what appears to be a new and more dangerous waivers infection. nicholas hawk al jazeera, the car, also news from shoreline canal that the roger pox. the family has tightened its grip on power by appointing one of its members, the finance minister, as a roger packs a jewel, us rank and citizen. is that to be the brains behind the families domination of should i can politics for 2 decades. michelle fernandez reports. bassett, roger is returned to po, it's very much a family affair. he was soon in there she long because finance minister by older brother, president of a raj boxer as he's pretty assessor. and another brother, the former president and current prime minister by him the roger boxer, looked on because up in the whole corner me off all countries
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including 3 lunch. how change. so you have one, so you have to face it. so i think the president is very keen to open the foundry back and get the country moving a corner, mclee and every rate. emily said that would be no easy task for lack of foreign reserves are dangerously low, massive debt repayment, do an income levels have fallen during the pandemic. the government has also dismiss criticism regarding the printing of billions of rupees to meet its commitment. a 2nd wedding in this time, as member of parliament taking the family, italy in parliament to 6. the strengthening of dynastic politics with the latest appointment is a concern to many. there's no getting away from the fact that this is about family rule. this is about the roger box, regina type thing,
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it's strangle hold on power. so in that respect, i mean, for democracy, i don't term seaters anything that is going to strengthen democracy. on the contrary, it is going to detract from democratic institutions. speaking often to causes massive raj boxer was not worried about the economic challenges. saying he has dealt with much was what the country needs. he says is the support of many sectors of business and society to deal with the situation. but the roger papa has been a mr. fix it and the man strategist between the roger pox, the families rise to fall into lanka, but with the goblins, popularity falling in recent months, his families hoping he can turn things around. fernandez, palumbo, netflix is again sitting out a can film festival because of a long rang feud with organizes on the festival rules. only films distributed in
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french is eligible to compete, which means that movies released on netflix are excluded. tasha has the story now from can this is what he won't see in can films out by netflix. the us streaming giant has produced award winning movies. but because netflix refuses to show its films in french cinemas, it is bought from the fact of all competitions. totally, but forms on the deck. any, all platforms are invited to can amazon co producer opening film net and accepted that the film must have a french release in competition. films must be shown in french cinemas. and the day that netflix except this, we will be delighted to have them the route between the film festival and netflix began in 2018. when can change the competition. this is what can organize as want to protect french cinema and the experience of watching a film on the big screen. but this, in a more manager says he doesn't regard streaming platforms as
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a threat of edits. but it's much more in the end of the public, the sides these days, every one has a netflix or amazon subscription, that people still love coming to the cinema for them on the if you shed by us direct us spike, leave the head to this. you can carry cinema and streaming platforms can coexist. at one time, there was a thinking that tv was going to kill cinema. so this stuff is not new. french lebanese actress de rina agenda has worked on netflix productions for her. it's important that can take the stand, the science really protect artists and elect rules and the call to ask the country . and sometimes they are friends or work that really deserves to be watched on big screen. can organize the say they talk to netflix executives regulate bought.
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they've been the breakthroughs, though for another year the feud has been in the spotlight, but then can wouldn't be, can without some control fi, latasha, butler, i'll just 0. can there's more and everything right here al jazeera dot com is going to go ah, look at main stories before you leave you. and in haiti, police are saying that they've killed 7 suspects and arrested 6 others believe to be involved in the assassination of president. jovan al moiz authority say they are still hunting. the perpetrators who orchestrated the operation, several of the arrest took place following a gun fight in the capitol porter, prince crowds were gathering earlier on outside the police station, whether suspects of being held ways was shot dead during arrayed at his home.


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