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going to be killed and re unite. it's common africa. no knife for me is also my last warrior, a witness documentary on a i hate he's elections minister says they've asked us to send troops to protect key infrastructure after the assassination of president job on lee. ah, hello there, mr. payne, this is l 0. live from door ha. also coming up. the un security council extends the mandate for a deliveries from turkey. it's a rebel held syria for another year. after russia agrees to a deal. the african taliban says now controls 85 percent of the country,
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but it shows moscow it's military gains don't threaten russia or it's central asian allies and the future of cinema, where the candle festival to meet the youngsters hoping to make an impact on the big screen ah, now hey, she's government has also united states to send troops to protect key infrastructure . and the fears of turmoil following the assassination of the president. the u. s. and columbia have already said they'll be sending agents to help investigate, driven on ways was killed in his home on wednesday, by a heavily armed hit squad, patiently said was made up of mostly foreign mercenaries. many of them are now in custody. but the son still continues for h remaining suspects. patients are in a state of shock and it's unclear just who will succeed moiz. well, we have our correspondence covering the story. we'll seek manual report in mexico
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city in just a moment. but 1st, let's go to patty calhane. she's in washington, d. c. patty. some really big off, clear from hazy can you talk us through though isn't. what help is already on the way? well, it seems like there was a little bit of confusion from the u. s. government after the haitian officials announced that they'd ask for us troops, the state department spokesperson was asked about this. and she said that they didn't have any confirmation on that. but then i reached out to the pentagon, the department of defense just a few hours ago. and they responded saying yes, the haitian government has requested security and investigative assistance and we remain in regular contact with patient officials to discuss how the united states can assist for further information. we direct you to the state department. so the department of defense confirming that they ask has been made, but implying that this is going to be a diplomatic effort. so here's what we've heard from the white house so far that they are going to send f, b i. officials, federal bureau of investigation officials, department of homeland security officials to haiti in the coming days to help with
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the investigation. and then they're stressing other assistance. in fact, says 7.75.9000000 dollars and humanitarian assistance that they've dedicated to haiti. they also talked about the fact that president joe biden has extended the temporary protective status to the 10s of thousands of patients who are in this country something that the former president wanted to get rid of. so all indications right now are if the u. s. does help in any way, it's going to be 1st the investigation, 2nd with money. it's asking for military troops. right now is a huge ask, obviously after the devastate earthquake in 2010, the u. s. military really went in full force into haiti to help with that effort. this is a much different thing. there's a much different time right now. president joe biden is defending his actions of bringing troops home from afghanistan to bring them home, only to send them to haiti, a country that it really isn't. talked a lot about the american people that would likely be unpopular, especially given the risk that you are service members would be out if the countries in that much chaos. because if the military goes in,
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they're not going to go in with a small footprint. so it would be expensive, it could be dangerous. whether it seems unlikely that that is something that by demonstration will agree to, but they are now confirming that in fact, he has made the request and they are talking about amongst themselves. patty, calling their with all the latest on those requests for us from washington. d. c. thanks so much patty. well, let's now move over to manuel palo. he is across the latest development format investigation for us from next to city many. where are we at with that investigation, was moving fairly quickly and the how involved is columbia, the stage? the fact that there are so many international actors almost ensures that this is going to be a continuously developing story. the last that we've heard from the columbia side of the investigation was from a press conference earlier today and a tweet from colombian, president even to k, same again, committing the columbia, sending, sending investigators sending special forces to help with the international investigation . but also we're hearing some of the more strategic points and
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a little bit more information about the actual people who are involved. 2628 of the alleged conspirators have been identified as colombian citizens. early on friday we heard from colombia and military officials who said that intelligence is being shared in real time between colombian officials and the police in haiti. there's also another interesting development here out of columbia, which is the a, these 4 companies for private corporations that have been identified as potentially being responsible for the hiring and or recruiting a former mexican former colombian military members. that would then be hired as mercenaries, mercenary specifically that are believed to have been part of this alleged alleged part of the assassination plot against the haitian president. and lastly, we also heard from members of the military saying that none of these individuals that have been identified these colombian citizens or active duty in columbia. now we've been speaking to people on the ground in haiti. we've been speaking to political analysts. we spoke to the previous,
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the former prime minister of haiti earlier today, and they're talking about how vital it is that this remain in international effort and international investigation that haiti really does lack the resources, the forensic resources. so it is important that we're hearing this commitment from the united states and from columbia to aid haiti in this investigation. another troubling sign that we've noted today is the number of people that are crowding in haiti in port prints outside of the u. s. embassy. many of them seeking us visas saying that what they anticipate as a worsting political crisis in the country and they are trying to flee. very interesting developments and manual apollo with all the latest 4th on that investigation from mexico city. thank you man. you her moving on now and the un security council has approved a 12 month extension of a deliveries into northern syria. nearly a 1000 trucks from jackie bring supplies for millions of syrians every month. a russia once a to rather flow through damascus to its allies in the syrian government, but did agree to a last minute compromise. dramatic as
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a james base has worn out from the united nation intense negotiations at the un. about whether you have a compromise. russia's ambassador being friendly yet coy. in fact, just minutes before the security council met a compromise deal had been reached after months in which it looked like russia might veto the authorization to keep the only border crossing, delivering aid into syria open. a deal was unanimously agreed that extends the operation of the bible. how a crossing for further 12 months. russia said it was a result of its direct diplomacy with the u. s. she wouldn't remember. so simply, states means you. today we are witnessing a historical moment for the 1st time russia and the united states not only managed to find an agreement, but to present a joint text, which was supported by our colleagues in the council. we expect this kind of a day would become a turning point, that not only syria would wind from this,
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but the middle east and the world as a whole. so, later the us ambassador linda thomas greenfield was asked about those comments. i certainly see it is an important moment in our relationship, and it shows that what we can do with the russians if we work with them diplomatically on common goals. and this was a common goal that we were able to come to an agreement on to be clear, this won't change, lie for ordinary syrians. there was one border crossing, delivering aid into syria before there's one border crossing. now, and the un says if it had more border crossings, it could more aid. it's also not clear what this really is, a breakthrough in relations between the us and russia. but the fact that both countries a talking up this moment is perhaps significant change space al jazeera at the united nations. well correspond, russell said has returned to the syria,
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turkey border. crossing bible, how're after meeting the space people. and it did the last rebel held enclave. he says people living in northern syria desperately need the aid. arriving through that 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 un should be discussing how to open the new border crossings that will carry the aid to these people who definitely need that it. and yesterday, we were at the refugee camp 10 thousands of the towns and more than 100000 people living in that camp on there. very much hard, tough conditions, women, children, elderly people, people who need the medical treatment are there and left with no choice,
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without no options in the middle of a global pandemic. and to they also have with a couple of the medical facilities the horse because even just in a hospital which is just indicated to the children. and you could see that how nurses doctors are going to have these people hold taliban claims at now. controls 85 percent of afghanistan. it's made major gains this week and the vacuum left by the withdrawal of us lead foreign forces. russia is on the last or the potential attacks on the former soviet republics, that border are kind of strong. and it's held talks with the taliban delegation in moscow. so our current 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 group says it's in control of 85 percent of afghanistan. the delegation is pledged
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to consider a sci fi with the government and stop its assaults. if ongoing talks and counsel succeed, and if certain criteria are met, good in the conclusion is both sides. prisoners should be released, the blacklist should be removed. there must be no attacks on the provisional capital cities. districts should not collapse, there should be no military activities and populated areas. a space of trust should be built among afghans 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 has 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 board towns this week, more than a 1000 afghan troops fled into g custodian after italy bon offensive in the north
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along the border. tyler bond fights is also on thursday. captured, a keyboard are crossing with iran. russia has warned it will use force if any cross border violence occurs, but the never met miss shamika. taliban has quickly taken many board districts and now has control of about 2 thirds of the border with tucker system, which is a russian military base. and touch guest on 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 lead and 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 membership. the men who are fighting on the ground is that they have one on the
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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 once humanitarian support to continue in areas under its control that agencies are struggling to get medical supplies into galveston. many health workers fleeing the violence and escalating a conflict. append to make 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 of the said most displaced population globally, and yet to see a peaceful solution to decades of violent thought, a height of al jazeera are still ahead here on out there in the us vaccination, dr. takes on new urgency as the delta ovarian causes an increase in 1900 cases and
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several states. and why allison tina's farmers have a beef with their government. the controversial decision that's left and fuming. ah, ah! they were 1st look at elsa. the biggest story weatherwise in the us with that's becoming we can be brought flooding up to north carolina as through new york. dc is going off to the canadian maritimes, picking up the rain off shore, and libya briefly find the pretty warm spot of weather for the east coast. and back through the midwest in the plain stays, a big barrier of potentially giant thunderstorms. that's going to be a position which continues of different from the south and slowly east. this is nor will weather for summer time, but it will mean more flash flooding. and in contrast, further west, it's still quite hold. boise at $41.00, for example,
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katherine wyoming at $33.00 and fees at $44.00. now these aren't all records, but they're all well above the average. in the heading towards that record. clearly in san francisco with the maritime flow is much cooler, but go, it lands a central valley and it will be hot, lazy about $29.00. they've done the kind of been not quite and i know else's gone. it's just a few light showers by day in the dresser antilles the biggest showers and was costa rica of panama and of course still in mexico. this is seasonally correct. some of these will produce some flash flooding, but not all of them. just getting better their home sunday, the weather bag, energy and changes to every part of our universe or small to continue the change all
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around the shape by technology and human ingenuity. we can make it work for you and your bill. ah the ah. hello again. i'm just starting to remind you about top stories here. the salad hazy government has also united states to send troops to protect key infrastructure. mid fears of cam loyal following. the assassination of the president juvenile marie, was killed in his home on wednesday by heavily on the un security council has
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improved agent every from turkey and to rebel health enrollment period. another year russia had threatened to block that operation, preferring the, they'd rather be directed through damascus. but last minute compromise was reached . and the taliban trains at now controlled 85 percent of russia is allowed to have a potential attacks on the former soviet republics. the board of the country now you, as president joe biden has called on his russian counterpart, got him in prison to crack down on 5 criminals last weekend, more than a 1000 businesses were affected by a ransomware attack originating from russia. white house correspondent, kennedy. how good has lots of concern of the white house's concern from ordinary americans who have been victimized by these ongoing routes and were attack so 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
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tanks in some cases for up to a week. and then we also saw the meat packing industry effective. and that of course, 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 leader vladimir putin to account. they have to remember all this 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 work has 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. here's what the u. s. president joe biden had to say about his telephone call at his latest conversation with latimer when we're already coming from historical, even though it's not,
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not sponsored by mistake, expect an action enough information to act. 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 do you tell them what was so critical and be shouldn't anything be off limits? and so that's the argument now that there's been another cyber attack is that job widens meeting. it seems to have gone to waste. it's fallen on deaf ears, and they're looking in the united states for tougher action from joe by. that's what the white house press secretary said in the last couple of hours is look joe biden pledge that he would engage with flood. we're putting diplomatically, that's what this call was about. and the united states will retaliate if necessary at the time in place of its choosing.
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while staying in the united states, where coven 19 cases are increasing, rapidly sparking fears of a new outbreak, the 11 percent rise in a week is being blamed on the delta various which is now the dominant strain across the us. well, let's dig into this with professor laurence kaufman. he joins us from washington, d. c. he's a professor of medicine at georgetown university. now professor really feels like things in some parts of the us just slowly starting to get back to normal and large part due to this huge vaccination campaign. so by this point, most people who want to get jobs have is vaccine hesitancy. what's driving the spikes? yes, i think so, i mean, you know, virtually all of our hospitalizations and deaths, virtually all are among vaccinated people and we have large packages on vaccinated people in
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a number of states tickling the south southern part of the united states in the south west. and that driving the cases in the hospitalization and the deaths. and i foresee that's gonna continue to happen because the delta vera, is so much more transmissible up to 200 percent more transmissible than the original source covey to. so how do you even begin to tackle this level of vaccine hesitancy when it has become so politicized? it really is politicize you, and i think we were getting to the point in the united states where we've done extraordinary well with our vaccine campaign. but we're having a ceiling, president biden yesterday said that he'd be knocking, you know, that we'd have public health, people knocking on people's doors. really encourage people to be vaccinated. but i'm afraid that unless we really take it seriously, for example,
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in mandatory vaccinations at the war place or colleges and universities that we won't get to where we need, which is for them. unity shaw. well, now also hearing quite a lot of talk about 1st is that if we were cynical people, we could potentially see why large drug companies would want mass rollouts of boosters. we are also seeing contradictory claims here from other research. so should people who got 5 jobs 6 months ago, right now, be worried? no, they shouldn't. the 5, the room, the majority jack in particular, but even the johnson and johnson jack, which is the 3rd vaccine that's been authorized in the united states. all been highly robust against variance, including the delta variants. they do lose a little bit over their effectiveness. i'm sure you might get breakthrough infections. but most important parameters, which is, you know,
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a serious disease hospitalization and get these current. the current vaccines are, are holding up very, very well. and so i think she d, c is said there's no need to get a booster right now. they're starting it. but at the moment i think a lot of it is high from the companies who obviously stand to make money. if we are booster shots, of course we need them. we'll get them the right now we don't need them. professor lawrence, carsten, they're a professor of medicine at georgetown university. always great to get your expertise with us here and algebra. thank you for joining us again. pleasure to be with you. now thousands of farmers and argentina have shown up in tractors and trucks to protest against limits placed on beef shipments. the country is the world's 5th largest beef exporter pharmacy. the new policy,
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though will cause irreparable damage to the industry. theresa boats now from one is aires argentina and go to, came out to mark independence day on friday and to join farmers and other agriculture workers in nationwide protest against the government of the firm. and they're angry because of a recent government decision to reduce beef export and attempts to nationalize companies, length to agribusiness. farmer barnaby power says the government is making a mistake. they always use a farmers as, as a conflict. and and because they, they say we are big landowners, i'm cars and, and, and it's not true we, we do what we can as any farm and the world i didn't. tina government is trying to control the price of beef that has increased over 70 percent in the past year, leaving many argentinians unable to afford their own home go need exports may need
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to china. i blamed thousands of people, took the page to express their frustration with the administration of a better man. there's right here in the agriculture inspector that plays a crucial role in argentina economy. people here are convinced that the government attempts to increase the preference of the state economy will defend the session and effect of recovering from the fund i make. i'm going to to kathy, is that cattle breeder him when a fight is he said that government should try to increase production instead of hurting farmers like him. it the more real and with this is the 1st time something like this is happened. it happened in 2006. so ops goals, caps, troubles linked to beef production and especially export. it ended with florida. how's the shopping down? people laid off thousands abandoning beef production. markets lost a loss of 11000000 heads of capital loss,
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the but it's not just the agricultural sector. many people are angry with a government handling of the pin demick. they believe the government should have purchased more vaccines. instead of relying on lock down quarantine and travel restrictions that have trended thousands of people abroad. president a lot of the for amanda says he's government, he's working to protect the most vulnerable empiric for food. i mean, do you think that could be happy with the restrictions? nobody can, if we have courage and can unite to understand that nobody will sight himself on his own, that aside from being free and equal, we need to be fraternal and kind to one another. oh that idea, teenagers in the middle of an economic crisis, negotiating with foreign creditors to prevent a default on it. solving debt and struggling with a pin demick. but the countries polarized on how to fight the battle ahead and why some support the government's policies. others believe they will lead argentina to
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further decline. that if i will, as i see them when a fight, if a 21 pro democracy candidates have been disqualified from running and macau legislative assembly election in september and i feel authorities said the contenders were considered disloyal. they include opposition. politicians and veteran activists. paging has been stepping up efforts to stifle dissent in hong kong and, and macau, which neighbors the territory where a recent electro overall has banned candidates seen as unpatriotic. 9 people were killed and sweden when a plane carrying skydive is crashed shortly after take off police in the city of our bro say they were killed instantly when the aircraft burst into flames on impact. the plane has been identified as a de havilland beaver. that's a single engine propeller model that went out of production more than 50 years ago now. well, it can film festival as well, and away in the south of france after being cancelled last year because of the
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pandemic. many of the, well, the leading filmmakers are competing for the coveted palm door. but as natasha about to report, the festival is also providing a spring board for new generation of directors. it's every direct his dream to come to can and for young mexican phil make a more to her. nie is patel. this visit could be life changing after residency in paris with the film festivals, program directors. martha has the picture movie project produces from france. his film funding body is the 1st time i actually do this kind of thing. and you have to be confident about your project and who you are trying to make mistakes talking . i hope you will be able to experience iranian bizarre as adi is another young filmmaker from the program can after 6 months are working on that residency. finally,
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i'm here. i have the young directors program since it's a golden opportunity to 6 directors. i selected to stay in paris during for madison off writing the 1st and 2nd future. and so they received money, so they can think on the about vest street a couple of days later at a club by the sea. there are nerves and excitements. this is where the patrons take place. your film, i can have a 5 minute i got a question from the knife bizarre pages, his kurdish language film, about a teenage boy who tries to find out how his father died in iran. there is no turning for a cottage feel because, you know, they, they just want to make, make, feel in fact he would dish but it's actually cheaper. they could dish
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language. you know, she one of the pages they reduce, but i think it went well. i am happy that the class so now is considered race and see what happens as the winners were announced, it was in the outcome. the bizarre or martyr had hopeful, but although they look out on the prize money, they will undoubtedly leave can, richer inexperience, friendships and memories. natasha butler, i'll just, sarah, can ah, hello there. this is al jazeera and these are the headlines. have government has also united states to send troops to protect key infrastructure and the fears of turmoil following the assassination of the president. the u. s. and columbia have already said they'll be sending agents to help investigate driven waves killed in his home on wednesday by a heavily armed hits won't maneuver. apollo is most.


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