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for innocent palestinians and their families made in france on all disease the revealing eco friendly solution to come back to our planet on al jazeera, the. ready taliban 5 is enough. gone. astound! say that seized a border crossing with pockets on ah! i'm can vanelle versus elisha live from. also coming up dozens of killed and hundreds arrested in south africa. the days of losing and riot, of the jailing of former president, jacob, south korea report the highest ever covered 19 infection told the delta very few
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more new cases around the world. and grief and rock has funeral take place and 90. 2 victims of fire covered 19 isolation hospital. ah, we begin with breaking news from i've gone a storm and the telephone says it seized control of a border crossing with focused on the footage has emerged showing telephone 5 is at the gate. the african government is denying the groups claims. it says its forces repelled, telephone fighters. the spin bolduc border crossing connects the city of kandahar directly with pakistan and as a major supply line for whoever controls it come on. how to join us now live from the pakistani capital in nevada. and what are you hearing, come on from your thought is about what exactly is happening at the border crossing
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where we do know that there's been some fighting ad that border crossing. i've been bothered with the district of kandahar province. this is a key area because there's dr. jones, the main highway from the city of quite di and budget on to granddaughter. it's a major logistical route. that dollar bond has sent out a major ritual that they've been hosting debt like that the board, the board, their soldiers or vice president at that particular location. which is not surprising, given the fact that they have all taken over to the board. the board radiator on a day off, they've taken a board the board tech door one day, which is the border red minutes dawn. and earlier i had taken a border board on the tajir, bordeaux 14, many georgia to play a garage. so it is indeed an important development because it appears that dollar
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bonds are trying to control the main entry point from the neighboring country. like also going for the district and surrounding major city, august on, on the other hand of god, bracing for more by day and one on it had warned that a political solution is important and absolutely necessary because it feared that refugees may start bordering into pockets on on which the buckets on you said that they will not allow any more refugees across the border or in a fluid situation. although the notorious maybe denying that we have received a major that clearly show the dollar bottle hoisting their flag that that border crossing. i've been ball dog, some officials accused pockets down know of supporting the taliban and have for a long time. how is pakistan likely to respond to these developments at the border? well, such ag edition is not new there be. they'd be no water of words between the country
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that should not be forgotten. that august dawn had been a key facilitator and trying to bring a dollar bond and the american through negotiated settlement august on said that it does not have any favorites. and on. however, the government didn't goblet had been constantly accusing pockets on the budget on it. on the other hand, saying that they are not targeted. turning a blind eye to day to get to other bon buckets on fight to a base just across the board. and on the water words, godfrey continue but focused on that made it basically started to allow any more refugees to come across and that they did not shooting the foreign minister. also saying that the political spectrum and what is really crucial within the party and that this has to be one leg on all over the dollar bond appeared to be on the offensive to have gained gig,
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their claim 85 percent. richard disputed by the government of a bond is don to be important to see whether the dollar bond not able to hold onto the again, bill bolduc and also the possibility that they may have and go for door. com which are the major crunching from the high book doing while province, and a major logistical supply line off. there's been bulldog through august on. all right, thank you very much for that update there. come on how to live from islam of ot police in south africa. are preparing for another day of unrest, sparked by the jailing of former president jacob's humor at the 72 people have been killed in the protests, which have grown into a wider show of anger against poverty and inequality. soon the foundation says there'll be no peace until he's released from jail. for me to mil reports from johanna stuck. ah, the stay of looting and riots grip alexandra township in the north of johannesburg . police struggle to keep people away,
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but those temporarily peered by rubber coated bullets and p, i guess, returned within minutes. hours later, soldiers are deployed the apprehended group of men. they suspect of shooting at them, searching for guns and other weapons. with the army on the street, these business owners say they feel safe to return to see what they've lost. they find their stores gutted by looting and fires. this time i believe i'm here in this country, but i believe it is in other parts of the halting province. there's also been extensive looting. c doors at the small in deep cliff and so with all have been entirely ransacked. there's nothing left and soldiers and police have been deployed to places just like this to try and protect whatever little is left and also keep looters away. but preventing the looting in many areas in johannesburg has proven
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difficult and appears to be impossible to stop here. grocery stores a butcher shop bags and atm completely destroyed. security guards say they try to keep looters away as they waited for the police. but it was too late, smart, shabby, worked at this food outlet. now i'm english because where, what am i supposed to do for now? where am i going to get paid? where's most likely going to come from? because this is my landlord. how am i going to support my family because of this and what and they came enough that have been the, i'm paging this place and the police with no way to be seen with why it's and the disruption of services in the hosting and quote natal provinces their concerns, people will run out of food. they are many unhappy with the destruction. i don't know where am i going to fight? i don't know, as you can see that this bed, and there is
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a situation. people are not liking, but this is not the solution. the protests that began after the jailing of former president jacob zoom. i have not escalated to riots linked to increasing poverty and inequality. south africa has been under varying stages of covert 19 locked down for more than a year. worsening unemployment, already at 32 percent, has field anger and resentment after government that is struggling to cope for me to mila al jazeera johannesburg. in south korea has just reported its highest daily infection called since the pandemic began restrictions in the capital, sol. and now the highest level so far, nightclubs churches, and gatherings of more than 3 people will now be banned as part of the new restrictions. this comes in more than 1100 people tested positive for the virus on
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sunday. on the find joins us now live from saw rob. i just walk us through what these new restrictions looked like and what it means for people. well here in the greater sole metropolitan area, it's home to around half the people who live in south korea. we have been under the strictest of these restrictions since the start of the week. this is where we're seeing most of the new cases being found. but there is a growing, concerned about what's going on out in the provinces with reports of the numbers of new cases per day doubling in a very short space of time. so that's why we're seeing the latest restrictions now being get suspended, to limiting gatherings of people, for example, to around 4 or 8. and it's really aimed to try to prevent a summer search. what we are seeing here is we go into the summer season is just as
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we saw last summer and south korean by and large haven't been able to vacation outside of south korea. so there's been this exodus to resorts along the east coast . the south coast island, like judge you, which are all very popular tourism destinations and the government's already concerned about as seeing more clusters in those places. so it's introducing these restrictions. it is a planning to see the peak of this 4th wave at about one to 2 weeks when they say they hope the numbers will start to decline. but before they do start declining, we could well be seeing daily new averages of well over 2000, which is high by south korea standards and rob, south korea. the vaccination program seems to have slowed right down, even though the demand. the jabs is an all time high me and how does that work? there has been an awful lot of criticism about the rollout of the vaccination program here. the government's been accused of being overly cautious of not planning to vaccinate enough people quickly enough. there was some reticence to
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begin with from people about side effects that seem to not being replaced by a more widespread concern about the impact of this 4th wave and about the prevalence of the more transmissible delta barrier entered cetera. and you are seeing a search for back scenes, especially this week. we are seeing the vaccines being rolled out for the latest target group. it's the 55 to 59 year olds here. it's several 1000000 people at one point after the website here started to take bookings for, for inoculations from those people. it's estimated that at one point some 800000 people were all online trying to make a booking for their 1st job. run mcbryan. thank you very much for that update from sol. australia has slashed the number of its international arrivals by half to just 3000 people a week. at least tens of thousands of stranded australians facing an even more
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difficult task of returning home. sydney is now standing. it's locked down by 2 weeks struggling to contain an outbreak of the highly contagious delta variant. 91 new cases were recorded in the past 24 hours. people are only allowed to leave at home for exercise, essential shopping or work. still ahead on al jazeera families and began to be a wait to the closure at 25 years. so for some of the worst atrocities against civilians, democrats in the us state of texas. go to washington, avoid debasing a bill that would limit the vote arrives some future elections. ah hello, i'm pleased to say we've got some quite to weather coming into northwest europe over the next couple of days. this little area of low pressure been swirling away across england through monday brought a months with the brain for and to london,
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for example, 44 millimeters for falling and kew gardens. half of that fell in the space of just one hour. so surprised and very heavy rain into 0 k through tuesday, with 31 millimeters of rain coming down in the space of just one hour. it has led to flooding here as well behind we've got the sarah high pressure that will not be metal quite and things down ahead of it. another area of high pressure where we still have that heat across eastern parts. if you upset again, those temperatures are paid to the 30s remit. 30 c 3640 back to 31 in vienna on wednesday, 28. by the time we come to thursday, as the wet weather makes its way to central parts. germany saying the worst of that rain as we go through wednesday, maybe 152200 millimeters to find on the system, could cause some flash flooding here then. and we'll see further spelt of heavy rain as we go through thursday. brightest guys, average of high pressure, quiet winds coming in there for london on thursday with some warmer weather. and we've got plenty of walk down towards the southeast. this is fibrous temperature
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here. getting into the mid forties this week. ah. i'll just see the world and picks the fascinating story of a prisoner exchange, negotiated to intermediaries on behalf of hamas and israel, a story of brinkman ship and bartering, a captive israeli soldier for palestinian prisoners as recalled by medias and players from both sides of a prisoner exchange on out his ear the
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the charges era, reminder of our top stores this on the telephone says it's seized control of the spindle. the border crossing with pockets for the afghan government is denying the claims. it says it forces with help telephone fi who police in south africa preparing for another day of unrest. as ryan stopped by the jailing of former president jacob to continue the 72 people have been killed in the protests, which have grown into a wider show of anger against poverty and inequality. south korea reported its highest day the number of covert 19 infection since the pandemic began. 1600 new cases were announced on wednesday, breaking a record last week. the death toll from a fire that ripped through a cove at 19 isolation ward and the rocky city of nursery has risen to 90 to the prime minister is promising accountability. it's the 2nd time in 3 months that
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there's been a fire at a hospital in iraq. i moved adult head reports from a city angry. and in morning iraq, his betty the loved ones. the victims of the fire were mostly receiving treatment for coven maintain. the burned out word. relatives arrived to help search for remains under the debris. they say the lack of safety equipment and evacuation plan made the disaster worse. comb advised, then this is the result of come up, provide james if it hadn't been for these young volunteers, him many more people would have died were holding the government and the health director of the probing responsible for this crime. forensic doctors say 5 members of one family are among the victims, with many of the dead too badly burned to be identifiable by relatives outside the
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morgue. most of us waited with others hoping for news about his mother. he says he couldn't identify her among other victims. i've been searching for her since yesterday. where shall i go now? when the fire broke out, we tried to break the door down to rescue her and the other patient. but it was too late. according to medical source, the fire started when an oxygen tank used for treating cool with patients. 6 occluded lay mobile materials used in the construction of the walls of this center, including who helped fuel the fire. the victims died from both burns and suffocation. this is the 2nd, the blaze at cooper 19 unit in an iraqi hospital in 3 mom. in april of 5 killed 82 cove with patients at a hospital in dad. the health sector in iraq has been hit by years of case and
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mismanagement. it seems there is little hope of the situation improving anytime soon. and it's the patients who are paying the price. mama, though i had joined us now live from what remains of, of that oscillation was in my area. i would obviously, a lot of anger is such a sad situation. tell us what's happening there today and where the investigation is that will indeed kim, it's really tragic. and as you can see here, we're now again inside this isolation or words. and as if you can see behind the relatives of the victims and along good side, see the difference, the teams do. the continuing to search for remains any remain of the body of the victim. as you know, because the according to the forensic department around 39, only 39 but is have been identified. the,
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the rest is till under identify and get process because as you know the, the fire was huge and many buddies were torn apart. their buddies remain just flesh parks. many people could not recognize or identify their loved ones. now, as you can see, these are the relatives of the families. relatives of the victims is trying to find it remains and they say that the victims will not only covered 1900 patients who were receiving treatment here in this a solution ward. but also the victims included the nurse is paramedics and also rescuers volunteers. they tell us people tell us here that there is cures, hold on here to help to try to rescue the victims died also from suffocation or burns. now, the consequences of this incident is 13 health official being suspended
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and not only suspended, but an arrest warrant has been issued against the health officials in the province on top of them. the health status of the province and other hostility in other provinces have been taken an emergency modulus to an order to evade such tragedy. to happen again, no things to the penal code. the iraqi pinnacle the punishment of those 13 health officials for now and to 7 years. the people here are very safe and they say they will continue demonstrating they will continue demonstrating. and the main is quit enough for you here until just as a service. but the fact that the government and the president of iraq have admitted their mistake, that is not enough solid for them. all right, thank you very much for that mode of go ahead to live for us from
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a 3 you cuba has restricted access to social media and messaging apps after widespread anti government. protests state media says one man died during a demonstration and have on, on monday thousands marched on sunday to protest against an economic crisis. and the government's handling of the pandemic with many calling for an end to communist through the us, vice president, his medical of democrats from the state of texas. a hoping to stop, a republican back to bill that would make it harder for people to vote. the good so to washington, to deny the state legislator, the numbers needed to vote on the bill called harris praise the move, comparing them to civil rights activists. while texas republicans calling for their arrest democrats, they proposals to limit voting rights, will disproportionately affects minorities. president joe biden has called the fight for voting rights. the test of our time
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a white house correspondent can be how can pull us president joe biden traveled to philadelphia the birthplace of american democracy to highlight what he says is an existential threat. we're facing the most significant test of our democracy since the civil war. it's not, i personally sense the civil war. the confederates back then never breached the capital as insurrection listed on january, the 6th. ah, why didn't says american democracy is under assault by republicans who refused to accept the 2020 presidential election results and even tried to overturn it? the big lie is just that a big why one election? it's not, i probably suggest the most examine in the fullest expression of the will of the people in the history of this nation. when that failed,
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he says his political opposition turned to republican state legislatures to pass restrictions, making it harder for voters to cast a ballot in the future. they want to make it so hard, inconvenient that they hope people don't vote at all. that's what this is about. at least 14 republican controlled states have enacted laws the restrict voting access. they say the measures combat widespread voter fraud. they claim was prevalent in 2020 texas is the latest date to restrict voting. texas democrats fled to washington d. c. to stop a vote on a proposed law that they say would make it harder to cast a ballot measures. bided is under pressure to stop. you, make commitments said you're going to do this or do that think commit to that. followed through, that's the most important part. following give us this person, people right to say you can vote
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a certain you cannot do it is you cannot go out. it's not like it's been proven, is making it work. we should be adding through to make it better, make it easier, open, more full, more location, make it easier for the ellen. not trying to tell your hand in blindfolding vote. that's making it worse. that's like going back to i want to say flavors. biden's urging congress to pass to federal measures to do just that. he's also expanded the civil rights division of the department of justice to challenge state voting restrictions in the court. person abide and has passed. his vice president comma le harris was leading his ministrations an effort to protect valid access, calling it a top priority of his presidency. kimberly health care else's eros hill, adelphia. the hong kong book fair is under the spotlight. it's the 1st time it's being held on the new national security laws, past year critic say it's crushed descent and the global financial hub. the claim authorities reject. adrian brown has more from hong kong. to many book fairs are
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a great festival of words. but in today's hong kong woods have consequences. this is the 1st book fair to happen here. since the imposition of a wide ranging national security law more than a year ago, a law that has had a profound impact on this territory in the past few weeks. one of its most popular newspapers has been forced to close. now the government insists the organizers insist that books on display here and not being vetted all sense. but they say the exhibitors have to comply with local laws on the national security law. we spoke to one author who said the mood at this festival was very different from the 12 years ago when books on display touched on things like the pro democracy movement and even independence for hong kong. i have a new book talking about the relation between the trying this community party and
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hong kong in the past century. but it cannot appear this year. i don't know why. there are lots of reasons, but it represent a low pressure in politics in hong kong. well, some books take all the right boxes, books for most in the ideas, the thoughts of china as president cheating thing are prominently displayed here. hong kong government says, but this has been demonstrates that freedom of speech in hong kong remains intact. now this event was supposed to happen a year ago, but was canceled because of cobit 19. the fact it's happening now says the government is a reminder that hong kong political, as well as physical health, is recovering. more than $160.00 unmarked graves have been found in the canadian province of british columbia, the site of a former school for indigenous children. more than a 1000 unmarked graves have been identified across canada in recent months. the
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latest discovery was made by the penny locker tribes prime minister justin trudeau says his heart breaks for all indigenous communities across the country. after hearing more than 2 years of testimony from the victims of state sanctioned killings can be as truth reconciliation and reparations commission has finished. its work is planning to make a strong recommendation to punish those responsible for atrocities committed and the former president ja jimmy. but as i my interest reports, many victim say they can't move on at the home of late basil battle fees just being prepared by a member of the family he left behind 25 years ago. barrel and 13 others were executed by former president. jimmy followed gently, planning a cool, his buddies like many other ambiance, was never recovered. since his death bottles, widow is finding it hard to find a closure. i know me, i know mean personally and not give anybody or if they come to me,
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i will tell them to us proceeded for forgiveness. go to basil the hardship by phase where i believe that to god, god will judge everything. but me, i cannot forget, you shall tell the commission about the that the motion is shared by others who are also lost, loved ones for 2, and have yes and can apple and hundreds of other surviving victims. and their families testified before the truth commission detailing the atrocities committed by the regime. the testimonies including those of members of a hits court, led to the discovery of mass graves and the grim task of zooming the remains of the former teacher. but somebody lived through 14 months of humiliating detention and torture. left him to call it for life. was explaining that i had was when both hands and legs were paid back on the wooden chair. you can move.
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you can be if that time that please the pin was continuous and they will come brawl all water under the skin and continue it electrocuted you on your body to look at phantom see the pin sticking work of the commission was led by for my advisor to the united nations secretary general to lemons, to says the government would have to implement the commission recommendations to help the victims, to what's the alternative? you do nothing. 22 years of atrocities. the slaughter of innocent civilians there which haunting thing that might lead them to the death of them over 3040 people that massive and torture that really happened in the area that we forget about all that. and then just some
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of us will be under the carpet and then no move on. no, i don't think the government would do that. i that many victim said they hope the government will have the courage to do that. but they would bet on it. the truth and reconciliation commission is expected to recommend the prosecution of the perpetrators of serious crimes and reformation for them. the government has already set aside $1000000.00, a compensation for victims with the premise of another $1000000.00 to come young b as inactive. it will be watching closely to see what the reaction of the government of president adam about it will be to the recommendations of the commission. what are the gambia preparing for a presidential election in early december? the victims likes carianne's will have to wait a bit longer for justice to be served on people. she vowed never to forgive until then she will continue to bear the burden of anger and the pain of losing husband, she said, meant the world to our automated rece allergies either by the.


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