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in india and condition change, his condition has improved like i labored. breathing is gone. i really thank god for the improvement done. what for the organization says it wants to do more but successfully submitted. and those who need help committee with hospital is struggling to treat come on elements like malaria. many poor families look to organizations like the picking for the help. but it takes several months to raise enough funds to take one child on many occasions helped him too late for some children to read. alexandra. so you tell arg, this is, let's get around up the top stories to taliban has promised to respect women's rights given amnesty to those who fought against it. and make sure if canister does not become a safe ground for our groups. but afghans and world leaders are skeptical from
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brian has more from cobble hearing. cobble itself that continues to be calm on the streets, but there is a certain level of tension that you sent. but there is also you see signs on the streets of more stores opening more restaurants. they're more people out on the street also more taliban it has to be said the last couple of days or so we've seen far more taliban fighters come again on the pickup trucks or motor bikes, or flying the flags toting weapons, et cetera. coming onto the streets, i bet it remains that fairly tense. but. com. the british prime minister has told parliament the u. k. will do all i can to avert the humanitarian crisis in afghanistan. but bush johnson says he doesn't believe military action against tyler bond is an option. johnson also ruled out an inquiry into british conduct in the country. for i think you'd be fair to say that the events are not going to start unfolding the claps has been possible given the, the taliban themselves predict what is not true, said you can't,
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government was unprepared and did not foresee this because it was certainly part of our planning of pitting, the very difficult logistical operation for the withdrawal of u. k. national has been on the preparation for many months mister speaker. i can tell the house that the decision to commission the emergency handling center at the airport, the commissioning of that said that took place a 2 weeks ago, mrs. b. in a heavy rains of complicated search and rescue missions off the sat, today's earthquake officials warning the damage buildings could collapse. nearly 2000 people were killed in the trauma. new zealand has reported 9 new cases of comb with 19 taking a total to 10. government announced the 3 day lockdown from tuesday when the 1st case was announced. all the new cases are the delta variance and have been linked to an outbreak in australia. those are the headlines we're back in half an hour
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right now. it's my jury is the country about to collapse before the kind of reform you're talking about can take place. we bring you the stories and developments that are rapidly changing the world we live in. why are we not in the best situation? why has that money been responded? how did that happen? counting the cost on al jazeera and let me know when will you be in 5? what can you, what would you be doing? what would you do when you want to be in 5 or 10 years? be careful before you answer. be careful, video. yeah, raising your hand. are you sure you really want to answer? okay. yeah, sure. ok, just to of, you know, alan,
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but also with the question about us. and if you don't get the answer right, if you leave this reading right away and i'm sorry about that. you know, what does this, i don't present it to you. what life would always do, life would try to scan, but only the bulwark only those were able to kill and off even when to be threatened. i saw that she was little put down, but he, i think his mom will talk. now i got to go by myself and then she put it all and i love the bonus that i see. now that is to toot, i want all the people having. one of the questions that i asked anybody interviewed is, tell me how your field to before and what you did about it, because i think you might be on the opportunity. my name has been gotcha. so i'm a social, interpersonal, i am in secondary told parliament should have niger and i'll walk is focused on young people. the one of the lip, lip, lip, lip. right?
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and keep going. people will use the next turn. cause i believe in my own mind that one is potentially but the other side of it makes me laugh is the fact that for many years we basically said all the government shields the government shoe i was assured was that issue. but right now nobody's seen anything up building stuff on their own. i use when i was much younger than i'd access to computer and i went out of my way to learn how to use it. and so does, is it good by what i do? not training young people, connection them with opportunities from technologies. news i are getting in touch with. this is where the population multiplies. it costs more
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to actually because you would find people from almost every try to the news news i have seen, i can change your life. and my thought is i going to school, which is why i got all those, you know, idea and passionately about you. for me, i was told by a teacher i would never use computers because, you know, was really tiny and he was a big man. he said, no, you cannot use them. like you i cried are not the. i'm of the police. we did not have your eyes when you get into the cloth. that goes will look at, you know, the mom is boy. so i can, i, i have to cry between the principal's office or my class. i, you know,
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when you look right, you cite the kite inside before somebody said something up pain, you got to the bone until tomorrow until every 5 or you could cry. well, you do want to know, so you try to inside the gun guy. you don't tell him what to do something i will do it. if you tell me it's impossible. i think it as a challenge like you've seen or got come to me were told to go into i do when they were told, is it safe? i sure was in there now. good to and we have 101 incidents. and that's because what we offer is very simple. we've seen, yes, this community doesn't exactly inspire. but if you go through the several, we process, you will become a room. what else?
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everyone else in the community ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, one of the lessons that i lent him i shot yes. of going from the young man who was told he would never want to use computers to become the one who troubles the war to discuss the same thing called computers. it is, i've learned what it is we put together to start the curriculum. have little training thing done. if you did training center, go back home with life transform incense. what i basically want to communicate to them is once and these 7 weeks will change your life if you allow them to ok,
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my name is jimmy cher. what you might be calling me to print up the last year i wanted to write an exam, the exam you physically on computer. so the reason why it came to be was just and then and can be one of the my exam. you have to do the opening, you were me because i was thinking people who knew compete very intelligent. i even had to thinking that it is only me the news out of when i came 15. wow. i was really surprised that even if you me kind of pick on just for me. hello sir. in condo ot. busy should i, could you bring it back
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again? my friends have money at school when we are okay. what is the crush me to my parents aroused optimal to miss career by doing it was very, very well to have to move or the listen even less than i went to. even though it was teaching you where i wanted. i just had money to get into this program in between you and help you over the next year. right. but what do you see of those? you know what the next 2 to 3 years to be okay with you and what was who is treating people? so how did you have a question? i'm guessing somebody would mean all of our ally or so
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that's and then you shouldn't have a life or something you don't want to. but i mean on a son, you know, you think he's unable to new to and just want to up life. well, you should be should get some more information all sorts of people from disinterested to this. what can you tell and giving my life i mean, so even if there was anything that could get all that kind of thing we're looking for from very, very on the background would otherwise be able to afford this kind of training.
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that's one of the things that if you are selected, you will learn from this program to make money from your skills to be help us. and we are looking for is someone who is already on the path to unemployment and to the bottom of drummond. but we can tell that the just people worn opportunity even to, to make themselves better. because once you have one person, you have that. i mean literally the my name is michael windows. my couldn't about being who end up being was creating a new person. and you brought to the form and i was like, man was these, i don't usually believe such as being like dead in house was simple that the police that you're so impact into you without you being a dime was like, wow, is this happening in this place? so i think here, let me give it a try. i had to call them and i saw it. i saw it on my cell phone. it was really
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wonderful. yeah, there's my home my mom this elden leaving for and then years and doesn't and full as you will make it 11 years. and my mom, my, my older sister there, sleep under the bed here. i older brother stays on this place and this year. yeah. and i myself, i sleep here as he isley. so that's my hope. oh, sure again. forgive me today that his troubles as being something else. some people don't knows me to be, don't really know what have pastures. now was even one of the, the among those 5 that my mom,
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she nearly wanted to drown his id ocean. but my, my leave to serve in very small. so i had to run to hon. dreema tele, won't miss me, michael. because i know what she wanted to do, she wanted to get us change the the tone of competitor in institute in niger difference in the sense that our training, these, my focus is not even for coastal niceties. so what we see is that i walk in and see the plot the youth equals, so she was gonna make opportunities. that's why we call it a life program. it's focused on life skills because there are kids who have been bitten by life. so we basically make them understand you can actually be something we have. i see just one of the 4 different. there's a do financial readiness on the left side of inter panell ship. it's busy showing
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you, i would do something and i wouldn't, i would tell you to understand what you mean. visit means. open your eyes because that opportunities. the reason you can see them is because you don't open your eyes wide enough just yet. see many people under speak, the allies nice as a chain. if i can come out from that high by words. if pain could transform my thinking, my mindset, my will reasoning, believe those people out there, they can also possible live anything between 15 and 18000000. most of the people you would find young people who just left school and trying to be called and leaving for themselves
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every day. does your hair money spent? there's a reason why there's always like when i do that, always like, yeah, i know some of you just call me to tell you what to do or if the boss do not with the resources, explain it to you. my point is the life of present opportunities and people would take it in different ways. one of what you have right now is the 7 we free and opportunity. i look forward to that one young man or that one young woman who will become the face of the sick manager needs more ringo. kind of people curse in his bachelor. they need to get creative, constructive thinking intelligence mind. so i can see i can see the future of come full cause i can have a immense helping show the future. anybody have these on?
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these are screen the knows what about you know, what do you mean? you can use the manual feed ah, the everyone to teach females, couldn't you both the teacher and miss ward do use them was just because i want them to impact them. while we've been says we've got an information for us to pull up the bills for you. i don't think you know, definitely what place has been booked out on people see okay that this is very, very valued.
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mm. what we tell everyone when they come for the training, you don't only lynn, you also need to spread what you've learned. and it's interesting to see how people like michael and brisco take on the instruction and then turn it into something that you actually leave out. and so when i asked them, i wasn't surprised by the way to hear that one of the reasons that dream, that is because the opportunity to present more than that. yeah. that me a projection being being that may be me in mind or better among the around 9 g g
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o me. i don't like perfect. so when i'm in the car, what i do need to catch up on the media conversation that have happened because i believe that, you know, in this time and age is the least opportunity to learn how to contribute to the national level of our conversation. that week again at that time of the day it's time will be all you can be right to be $99.00 of them and our special guest being gotcha for the oh. of the social media, the internet. the fact that practically every night june has access to our internet enabled phone. we've seen the level of involvement like step up completely. so i
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said to people that all this, you know, it's interesting about social media and technology for sometime around 2009 by 2013, we begun to see citizens use the same platform to see themselves. so somebody else, cancer, your responsibility to put it, put a person online. so we have to see this person sit up and complain by 10 to 14. we saw one of the most important ones was bring back our goals, where one tweet from an event was retreated by someone else and then went all over the world and became a movement and going into 2015. that is the single mention of social media. what we're beginning to seem ok so fantastic. you know what this conversation doesn't and here we know that you are a lot to say, so thank you very much. this will be all you can be. let's take it offline. so i didn't have one of interest since of redoing nigeria is that you have more reduce done, you have internet. and so when i get a chance to discuss issues and radio, especially when hosted with technology, i'm excited because then i know i can reach out to more people. those were online
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and those were offline. yeah, what they do is, well, and what was the mission? what does it have to say community and i to in listed by wash and so you have a fuel around running now take the walk around the up on the, on my to to when we 1st few things i had a problem with was the right in the shot description of myself. she was easy for me to see, you know, i city for development consultant or the expert. but i also wanted to capture the spirit of the fight. mean the to citizen was
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the good afternoon. my name is ben. gotcha. so i'm one of those who i've done more on line. i'd look to see what this line is sod. we're still here. so as i speak to you today, my wife, when i anytime within the next 2 weeks, we're expecting our 1st baby in think will the father is beginning to come down. i can imagine what he will feel like for father. oh, you don't hear me initially. what i thought was anything that was related to technology, youth and niger,
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and the same reason why i got involved with a guess, i could not. that was about young people. it was about niger and only thing i knew i knew to do at a time or 2 2nd, like the day who set up a web site one. i don't recall on i'll do i, you know, i, i what more me as we've reached, we're less than a 1000000 in a country where we need to reach 34000000. not that doesn't help me sleep at night . when you know the, the numbers for poverty levels in agile and literally our work is to make sure that every young person that we train is able to rise not just above the poverty line,
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but is able to take the tire family above the poverty line. and then our times we ask ourselves, what asked us to do this? the me for me and my mother. i hope to go deeper into studying more about what i do. what i love doing, like music is something that it, when i get angry, i can go to music and play my guitar. and i come back to myself. my hope in life is that by goes, greece has god bless me, i'm going to take hours of the country to go and rest and enjoy her said, because she's, she's done a lot done. she's passed a lot of actually nice tourists. she needs to enjoy life for it, at least before she goes back to go go and that's the future i as much as was,
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why do they were being necessary for me? because he said, want striking statements. he said when he was in school and it's, it's always call him bus, gets connected, but you never knew anything. and then, oh wow. it's that way here. we're talking, can you read a has a pass? if you only thing that's true because it just said in the bus, get it. and he said he can never be like this. and he goes, he was who had this that was really giving you an edge in the me i think the 1st thing that he me was do i want to be a child?
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there were things that i didn't have access to myself because i was rest here, but i think it makes me different because i want to raise my child in the country and i also do my job asking me something 90. what did you choose to make my job or time that was enough? i've got to see what i did. the me yesterday at 11. am. yeah, right. oh, by the way is what is it one to to undo it. we do
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a lot in the world. but it was born on to joan is we all for now? so yeah, it is the great guy. this part like his dad is the 1st be be was is tough like daddy. so daddy suddenly tough. i. ready yes we have and the man that yes me man i. ringback mean my name is ben. gotcha. so this is my when i think of my niger, i think of potential and i think a real life action when i think of potential, i think of what could be, what is not. when i think of real action,
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i think of young people will literally take the future into the own and do something that they can be proud of and others can also be part of that story. oh me. ah oh, she does very glamorous. it's part of our culture to our very, very special occasion and for that people who spend money, everything because they do it is going to be longevity. they don't have to come in and tell me things around my, my on i do there with more than 200000000 cases of 19, worldwide governments about going to fight fresh wave of the virus
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a new barrier. there has been a 3rd and the number of people working vaccination appointment from human cost to the political and economic lot. i'll just bring you the latest on depend amick. this'll have vaccinated more than 1100 people here, all of them migrant farm workers. people on home testing because they think that there is the risk to democracy, special coverage when i'll just there are frank assessments by way. it is a lesson again, freedom suppression informed opinions. what you saw happening is come on to it was $42.00. there was also book, which is the critical debate that we have here. it's not between kula and any other conference here between the 2 years. re running to keep them people in depth analysis of the days global headlines inside story on our jazeera discover, a world of difference determination. i'm coming down,
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