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defined by its turbulent past, stephanie deck meets the linen and takes you on a journey. exploring the identity and legacy of europe's rebel capital. took out his era. ah . gaining ground in afghanistan, the taliban claims it now controls the majority of the country, but is ready for a cease fire with conditions. the me i'm marion demise in london. you're watching al jazeera also coming up on the program. much needed a deliveries from turkey to rebel health, syria guaranteed for another year after a last minute compromise. un security council. the international investigation into
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who is behind the death of haitian president of anatomy. as linked to the u. s. and columbia start to emerge. and drug company 5, it will speak approval for a booster for its corona, vars. vaccine. as research shows, the job loses its effectiveness over time. ah, now is the us and its allies withdrawal from afghanistan. it's not just the facts of those countries that have being lowered. taliban fighters have been removing the afghan national flag and assign the groups. influence and control is rapidly spreading. this image is one widely shed by iranian media from the islam. carla border crossing between afghanistan and iran, which was taken by the taliban on thursday. iran customs administration says trade
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has been suspended with afghanistan because the taliban is now seize 2 of the 3 crossings. they've also captured a town bordering turkmenistan. but the afghan government is rejecting a claim by the tyler bond that it now controls some 85 percent of the country, including about 2 thirds of the border with to g kissed on. meanwhile, the world health organization is wanting that at least 18400000 afghans are in need of humanitarian assistance. with 3100000 children at risk of acute malnutrition. but the continued fighting in the countries making it difficult to get medicines and supplies. and a taliban delegation has been visiting moscow and says it's open to a ceasefire with the afghan government. so our high right now reports signs of time changing. itala bonds, routes lie in the resistance. the 1979 stop the invasion of afghanistan. now sending his senior delegation to moscow to discuss the future of its country. the
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group says it's in control of 85 percent of afghanistan. the delegation is pledged to consider a sci fi with the government and stop it's assaults. if ongoing talks in casa succeed, and a certain criteria are met, in the conclusion is both sides. prisoners should be released, the blacklist should be removed. there must be no attacks on the provisional capital city. districts should not collapse. there should be no military activities and populated areas. space of trust should be built among guns and 90 days must be allocated for negotiations. so we can arrive at or result bounce reality on the ground is fall from that as the group is made, major gains in the last few months, taking advantage of a power vacuum of us and foreign troops leaving it claims to be in control of more than half of the $400.00 afghan districts across more than 20 provinces, including border towns. this week, more than
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a 1000 da scan troops fled into g custodian after italy bon offensive in the north along the border. telephone fights is also on thursday. captured a keyboard, a crossing with iran. russia has warned it will use force if any cross border violence occurs, but they've never met miss shamika. taliban has quickly taken many board districts and now has control of about 2 thirds of the board with touch of a russian military base. and tajikistan is equipped with everything necessary to help the republic if needed. additional measures will be undertaken in the spirit of the russian public alliance to prevent aggression or territorial provocation. last week, the afghan government told colleges there it won't collapse as a result. but the tyler bond says it wants to need an inclusive government that respects minorities, women, and men in education unemployment. the taliban have demonstrated no appetite whatsoever for any concessions they and they have consistently told their own
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membership. the men who are fighting on the ground is that they have one on the ultimate goal, which is complete military victory and re establishment of a taliban dominated government without any form of coalition with any other parties . in moscow, the tyler bond said it wants humanitarian support to continue in areas under its control that agencies are struggling to get medical supplies into has gone as on many health workers fleeing the violence and escalating, find a conflict pandemic the continues to spread and now a natural disaster in the form of the recently declared drought. and all these events are unfolding in the context of one of the largest and longest standing humanitarian emergencies in the world. afghans the 3rd most display population globally, and yet to see a peaceful solution to decades of violence. thought height al jazeera. well now are all the headlines, sorry to sound the united nations security council,
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extending a mandate for a deliveries to northern syria by 12 months. a program was due to expire on saturday. nearly a 1000 trucks from turkey brings supplies for millions of syrians every month. russia wanted to flow through damascus to its allies in the syrian government, but agreed to compromise and last minute talks with the us in order to pass the resolution. while algebra russel sardar, has returned to the syria turkey border crossing of barbara, how our meeting displaced people in a lab. the last rebel held enclave in the country. he says that people living in northern syria desperately need the aides. that comes through the crossing. we were in the city center off it live and people were seeing that they are very much disappointed about the discussion that's going on in the united nations security council because they're saying that they shouldn't be discussing to close the last remaining a delivery point. and they need that, but the need that how the un international military and aid and so the you and
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should be discussing how to open the new border crossings that will carry the 8th to these people who definitely need that it. and yesterday, we were at the refugee camps 10 thousands of the towns and more than 100000 of the people living in that can on there. very much hard, tough conditions, women, children, elderly people, people who need the medical treatment are there and left with no choice without no options in the middle of a global pandemic. and to they also in we have with a couple of the medical facilities, the hospitals, even in a hospital which is just indicated to the children. and you could see that how nurses doctors are not going to have these people of the french president trying to reassure 5 african leaders after last month, surprise announcement that he'll be reducing military support. an annual macro has
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been hosting a stomach with molly chad. the quino fossa, naja, and more tamia. they faced a common threat from armed groups across the saw hill region. according to one estimate, 7000 people died in the fighting last year. the front has 5000 troops, providing support plans to reduce that number. no, as long as you say, we remain committed to this house because the nations of the region have asked that of us. but it is clear that france does not have a mission or even less a wish to stay here in this house forever. where there, because we have been invited and we will not day beyond our welcome ah, an international man. hunters all now for 8 remaining suspects in the assassination of the haitian president of anatomy noise. a heavily armed hit squad mud president moiz at his home on wednesday haitian police say it was made up of mostly foreign
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lesson reeds. and that these were, some of them. haitians are in a state of shock and it's not clear who is going to succeed. the president, now money rapidly is falling events from mexico city. so how difficult is this investment investigation going to be given that the, the perpetrators were foreign nationals and clearly not probably not inside. have you right now? not only the difficulty marion, but the scale of this investigation. this is an international effort, but it is a single investigation to find out exactly who these men were, who were responsible for the assassination of haitian president of nell movies. we heard from colombian officials at a press conference early on friday, talking about 3 main points with that end of the investigation. the 1st being that there is live intelligence sharing between officials in columbia and police in
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haiti who have requested assistance from columbia to participate in this international effort this investigation into the events that happened. the 2nd, which is actually very interesting development, is that colombian investigators have identified 4 companies for private corporations who may have been responsible for the, for the recruiting of the mercenaries involved in this attack against the haitian president. the names of these corporations have not yet been made public, but these are corporations that apparently are known to recruit former members, ex members of columbia, military to then become to then become mercenaries. the last thing that we, that we've heard is that colombian military officials said that while most of these men have been identified as for men as former members of columbia, as military, none of them are believed to be active duty. none of them are believed to be associated until now this for in the investigation believe to be associated with any active duty of role within columbia as military. now one thing that we are
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hearing overwhelmingly, from analysts experts, former officials in haiti is this need for an international of an international effort international cooperation and investigating to find out exactly what happened during that attack that took the life of the haitian president. now, we did speak to a contact on the ground today in port prince, who tells us that the streets are much quieter. there is a lot of tension. there is still a man hunt for 8 people who are believed to have participated in the assassination of the president. and he also mentioned to us that there are long qs outside of the u. s. embassy. people seeking exit visas. the leave to the united states, anticipating what many expect is a worsening political crisis in the country. all right, thank you very much. money or apple? a mexico city? still i had for you on the program. going to turn our attention to indonesia cove. it was the overflowing, and there is a desperate search for oxygen. ah,
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if you're a lever, thunderstorms you'd have left the last 2 or 3 days have been big ones from, nor nestle up through austria and beyond. all wrapped around this area of low pressures is full if she made a drawing in heat from the east and those of storm graham from scotland, there are dispensing because the lows going north in scandinavia. so those funds don't these little blue things here becoming weaker and weaker as they drifted woods into what is still hot weather coming behind. it's still rather cooler. in fact, just unfortunately, wet for some england belgium, some parts of france in the south of europe. it remains largely hot, particularly so in spain, but in scandinavia is quite a contrast as our area of low pressure means is a wet day for good part of norway and sweden, with temperatures low 20. if you're lucky to the east,
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it's really hot. still look at helsinki said you are, how often do you think of finland in the 30s? it's not quite a record to be honest. the record is $33.00, but it's pretty darn close. and $21.00 is the average. that's what you would have been. think you know, is that a good picture of sunday then i was tempted in the thirty's is unusual for each year. but down in spain we got 41 in madrid that he's unusual is often hot in spain . but 40 while it's just one degree shy of the old time record 400 the something was going to change. anything really changed? this is just demick violent. that needs to be addressed at its core. we are in a race against that area. know what to say. we are also looking at the world as it is right now, not the world. we like it to be. the devil is always going to be in the details. the bottom line. when i was just there, i'm from the for villas of correct. so the battle fields around most of our job
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is to get to the truth and empower people through knowledge. oh i come by main stories. now. taliban delegation is visiting moscow and insist that it's open to a cease fire with the afghan government with certain conditions, the group now planes to control 85 percent of the country. but the afghan government propaganda, the security council is extending a mandate for a delivery in syria. by 12 months the program was due to expire on back today. elia 1000 trucks from turkey bring supplies to millions of syrians every month. and an
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international manhunt is on the way for h remaining suspects and the fascination of the haitian president of the moines, both united states and columbia have offered to help in the investigation. now the drug company, pfizer, is expected to seek approval in the united states for a booster shot if it's covered 19 vaccine. it's research shows that aside dose generates antibody levels that of $5.00 to $10.00 times higher than those produced after the 2nd dose of the vaccine. us regulators currently be fully vaccinated. people are protected and don't need an extra job. but pfizer is saying that its vaccine drops an efficacy by 30 percent over 6 months. meanwhile cove, in 1900 cases across the united states are on the rise blocking phase of a new outbreak. the 11 percent rise in a week is being blamed on the delta varying, which is now a dominant strain across the u. s. latest date to shows more people are being sent to hospitals in areas where there are low rates of vaccinations. so let's close to
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gabriel elizondo and new york city now. so gave, does federal pfizer once approval for its booster vaccine that saying that that will boost efficacy because to vaccines perhaps will not be enough as, as time goes on, one of the regulators saying they're saying basically well, hold on. we don't think we need a booster shot quite yet. this was a surprising announcement by pfizer. i think a lot of us officials off guard quite frankly, and late thursday evening in a very rare a statement that was put out by the f d. a food drug administration, the u. s. and the cdc, a joint statement basically saying exactly that. saying we do not think that people need a booster shot at this time. basically directly refuting what pfizer was talking about now the, the pfizer booster shot they are saying that they are starting to look into this,
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that they are researching it and that they are starting to internally at least produce it, but not for consumption yet. but the data on this booster shot, what exactly it's made out of what its efficacy rate is. none of that has been released publicly. it's not been peer reviewed at all. and so phasers basically thing in the next few weeks, we expect to hand over all the data to us officials for them to start to analyze it, to see if they'll approve it. but bottom line is right now, us officials are saying no need for any sort of booster shot. let's reevaluate in a few weeks or so after we see the data. this all comes as more than half, or i should say 24 of the 50 us states are seeing a spike of 10 percent or more in covert infection rates. and in parts of the country that are have vote low vaccination rates. that's where most of the deaths are coming in, the u. s. right now,
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a 99 percent of the deaths in the u. s. right now from covered 19 are from people that have not been vaccinated, so the bite in ministration is worried about this. watching it very closely and coming up with new proposals to try to get the rest of the population here in the united states, vaccinated as quickly as possible. because given how fast the delta barrier is spreading all over the world. but also now here in the united states is becoming critical that the buy in ministration feels now that they have to get deal with this and be able to quickly. alright, thank you very much for me on gabriel. alexander. meanwhile, indonesia reported a new daily record of covert cases as while more than 38000 in the space of 24 hours. it's the hardest hit nation in southeast asia, and many hospitals are now turning patients away as jessica washington reports from because the just outside of the capital jakarta, many people are scrambling to find oxygen to care for their relatives at home
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in need to be in capital oxygen isn't increasingly precious commodity, as hospitals in java run out of room for the sick, people fight for their loved ones to survive. so mom, i had trouble finding oxygen last night. i went to 5 places, including this store and a large medicine market. all stocks ran out. mean auntie is trying to care for her elderly father at home. he's diabetic and has problems with his heart and kidneys. his oxygen saturation is low, but he could not get a place at you caught his crowded hospitals everyday. she struggles to find oxygen for him, but tank is super difficult to get. we bought it and then suddenly the owner said they needed it back because it also got covert and then we looked around and got this big tank. but it's difficult to refill this public health clinic in because he is trying to reach those who couldn't get admitted to hospital. but these doctors
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are also struggling with shortages. we need really need about oxygen and reveal. and then also the medicine because we 3, she's condition so we need to see fit. we cannot find it. doctor ernie says, the government's data doesn't tell the full story because so many people are dying before they take a p. c r test. oh, we feel bad because right now there are a lot of loss of home. sometimes we have report report before the for the us the someone died at home when we checked the body with unto gen, before her team tried to monitor patients in the area. but there were more than 300 of them and only 30 health workers as hospitals reached capacity and are forced to
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turn away critically ill people. roving teams of public health clinic work as a trying to reach those in need of medical attention to monitor their condition and to provide them with oxygen and medication. but there are too many patients and not enough medics and they don't have the time or resources to help everyone in need. the ministry of health says it is trying to increase medical oxygen production and add more beds in hospitals. but each day, more and more people are falling in because of the medical supply and ready to go. so why help us find ways to help us that they need the way to help us without even the prospect of getting medical care. people continue to die in their own homes in front of their loved ones. jessica washington out to 0 because he now us president joe biden has called on his russian
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counterpart with him a fusion to crack down on cyber criminals. as we can, more than a 1000 businesses were affected by a ransomware attack engineering from russian soil to be the biggest attack of its kind in history of war on this, let's go to whitehouse course when it kimberly how kit and a given event in recent months is that increasing concern there at the white house about cyber attacks on critical infrastructure? lots of concern of the white house is concerned from ordinary americans who have been victimized by these ongoing routes and were attacks. you talked about the one that occurred most recently it targeted about 1500 businesses in the united states . but the impacts have been felt with the rats were attack on the colonial pipeline . that also occurred recently that resulted in americans not being able to fuel their gas tanks in some cases for up to a week. and then we also saw the meat packing industry effective. and that of course,
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impacted the the supply chain. and what gets food to american tables as well. so there's been increasing pressure on the by an administration to hold the russian liter vladimir putin to account. they have to remember all these comes from the context of the fact that just less than a month ago, the 2 were sitting down side by side where the u. s. president promised and very strongly articulated to vladimir putin that there would be consequences if these rats were tacked continued, even though they're not state sponsored in the eyes of the united states. the fact that they're happening on russian soil matters. and so there has been increasing questioning, including from reporters. here's what the u. s. president joe biden had to say in the last hour or so about his telephone call and his latest conversation with latimer take a listen. whereas we're coming from historically, even though it's not not sponsored by mistake,
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expect them to actually give them enough information to act. in other words, what joe biden is saying is he's saying, look at, i'm going to give you one more chance. i told you in geneva, i'm telling you again, you may not be doing this. your government may not be doing this, but you certainly have a responsibility when it happens in your board. is latimer to make sure that russian cyber criminals are not attacking the united states. now you remember perhaps back in geneva, that job lied and put together a list of 16 critical infrastructure areas that he said cannot be targeted. many people kind of criticize that and said a why did you tell them what was so critical and be really shouldn't anything be off limits. and so that's the argument now that there's been another cyber attack is but job widens, meeting. it seems to have gone to waste has fallen on deaf ears, and they're looking in the united states for tougher action from joe by. that's
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what the white house press secretary said in the last couple of hours is look joe biden pledge that he would engage with, lead me, or put me diplomatically. that's what this call was about. and the united states will retaliate if necessary at the time in place. of its choosing. alright, thank you very much. kimberly how come all the latest on that story from the white house. thank you. kimberly we moved to lebanon now. the interior minister there is reject the request by the lead investigator in the bay room post explosion inquiry . to question the security chief. well than 200 people were killed when explosive material detonated and cause the devastating blast st hard. it brings us this report. now. it's been nearly a year since they close and they will course, and there's still been no accountability. 2750 tons of ammonium nitrate was stored in a warehouse alongside play mobile materials. and that was police who have triggered the black, who was responsible for unsafely, soaring this material. well,
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the judge leading the case has come up with a list of suspects who he wants to question. they may face criminal charges, criminal negligence, but so far he has not been able to question them. as these are politicians, members of the security establishment, including the caretaker prime minister, has done a number of m p. 's who were former ministers at the time when the ammonium nitrate was sword at the port, as well as 2 of living on top. a security agencies that has of these 2 security agencies. but the judge is facing political backlash and it's not the 1st time politicians have been trying to send and the weight of the judiciary, the previous judge was removed from his post following a court order. he was accused of overstepping his, his authority's now in a country like lebanon, where there has been a culture of impunity. a few really believe the truth will ever be known and that justice will be served more than $200.00 people were killed. thousands were injured
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. hundreds of thousands were made homeless and still the investigation has been slow. it's still not knowing what caused the fire that's believe to have triggered the glass. and it's still not known about the origins of the shipment. who brought that shipment in the country. and there's also questions on whether or not 2750 pounds were in fact inside the warehouse when the explosion happened. so more many questions answered that the judge trying to initiate the process of prosecuting suspects. but the politician standing in the way the bustle against the accountability has so far been stronger than the battle for justice protest as an argentine are demonstrating against the government of president, helped bar to fernandez when anger of a multiple issues from the response to the pandemic. to a limit on the amount of beef the country will export, the government hopes that limit will help control inflation on domestic food prices . but pharma said will cause irreparable damage to the industry trays of bo is at
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one of the protests in santa class. if i didn't enough in dependence, say thousands of people to the street protests against the government of value out of the amount of work here in sun me call us. we're close to one of our largest wars works. most of the agricultural export leave the country and what you're seeing here is our idea team road sector that plays a crucial role in the economy. people here are protesting against the government in this year. and in the economy of a month ago, the government announced that it was closing the exports because a rise in the price of the in argentina lay prone to increase that quarter to around 50 percent of people here. say that not, not enough, but they're also saying that they pay taxes for taxes and no help from the government. argentina is in the middle of an economic crisis. it's fighting with the pen. demik. inflation is one of the highest in the world. poverty rates and on
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the rice and the government. and this is juggling negotiating right now with trying to pay the international monetary fund. people that have come all day on the streets of argentina are not happy with the handling of the economic crisis. for the handling of the pandemic airports in argentina are only allowing in the wrong $600.00 passengers do thousands of people thousands of origin times grand and outside the country. and that's why people are taking to the 3. they're opposing the government to fight about the financial thing that the government is not doing enough to help this country recover from damage. can they believe that the government attempts to try to interfere we do? economy will deepen the recession and in a way, affects argentina's. chances of recovery from the pen that makes the most prestigious spelling competition in the united states has an african american
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winner. for the 1st time, n u r, a y. that is, the national spelling bee has been running for nearly a century now. and 14 year old is god. louisiana won the event off to correctly spelling mariah, which is a sub category of long. i did not know that, but she's not just a language for the she, although 3 give swan records for basketball, dribbling. ah, look, main stories. now, a taliban delegation is visiting moscow and insist that it's open to a cease fire with the afghan government. and now claims control 85 percent of the country, but the afghan government disputes this. meanwhile, the world hopeful when is ation is warning that continued fighting is making it difficult to get much need of food and.


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