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or but there were many of us thanks to the brave individuals who risk their lives to protect it from destruction. an extraordinary film, archives fanning for decades, reveals the forgotten truth of the country's modern history. the forbidden real part to the communist revolution on a janita. ah, we were deliberately kept in the black. we where there would see it was anger and frustration among allies, france recalls the time baset as to cambra. washington was dumped from a multi $1000000000.00 submarine deal. ah,
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i'm adrian. so again, this is houses here, a live from doha. also coming up was a mistake. and i all for my sincere apology, the u. s. admit killing 10 civilians including children, the staking them for isis faces. and it's last drone attack, enough kind of stop the by not ministration is planning a mass deportation of thousands of haitian migrants from the texas board of town. plus we meet the experts rushing to save coral reefs of the coast of castle before it's too late. ah, frances recalling it sam baset us to the u. s. and destroyer after what it called a stab in the back. it's part of a dispute about a new security packed in the pacific. under the deal, australia will be able to acquire nuclear power submarines built with us and british technology. but it's come at the expense of france as a multi 1000000000 agreement by french submarines has been cancelled. the deal
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between the u. k, the u. s. a straight up is widely seen as an effort to count of china's influence in the region where fronts is recalled on bassett to australia, says that this country has been duped and betrayed by allies. we wed deliberately kept in the black. we where they would see it north and you can realize how deep we feel about such a thing. is it possible that you ignore? you don't even mention you. don't you even refuse to discuss with a trusted partner like france and for you know about such an issue? oh, could it be possible a bit more or less from out of here is where a challenge to join, to sly from london. so francis recall, it's ambassadors to cambra, washington, but not returned back to london. rory,
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what are we to make the french response? what i think the french response is basically showing that they are absolutely livid both with the united states and australia. and they view the u. k. as perhaps, little more than an intermediary in this deal at the top petering of the, the arrangement that they had with the australians. now, recalling ambassadors in the carefully coded language of diplomatic relations is, is a pretty serious move. it's not the breaking off of diplomatic relations, but it's more into what you want to show to a country that you really are not happy with the way it's behaved. and let's not forget that france is the united states oldest allies, allies, the relationship that goes back to 1778 when france recognized the independence of
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these breakaway colonial states and help them in that war of independence against the british. so france has a long diplomatic relationship with the united states, and it has never as far as the french foreign minister ministry says, it is never recalled. it's ambassadors from washington before. so that's an indication of how unhappy they are with the united states and with australia as well. and this is a massive erosion. nothing can trust between france and the angle phone world. all right, so what is it that is annoyed? france in particular, is it the loss of a submarine deal that the loss of billions of dollars worth of business? or is it the fact that it was left out of this, this security packed, and a region in which, and i mean france has, has quite a big presence. yeah, you're right. and then france definitely has a big presence. the biggest presence of any european country in the,
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in the pacific region, that is one of the things that it's highlighting as being illogical about this decision that the stadiums have taken with the brits and with the americans. i think the french anger is across multiple vectors. it's, it's financial anger, it's losing out parents and losing out on a multi $1000000000.00 on the procurement deal. that's huge, but it's also humiliation. it's also the fact that it feel the deeply deceived. we heard that from the french ambassador to the united states that to that, to strike in that case, we played a while ago that in france has been kept in the dark. like 2 weeks ago, when the french authorities, french ministers and australia, ministers got together to have a chat about things they were talking about this deal, the future submarines program. it was called and they came out with
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a joint communique of holding their religions to this deal that deal the australians were in the process of undermining so you can see why the french are angry about this and also it throws into complete disarray. their strategy in the endo pacific region, an area which we have just said. they are particularly active in alzheimer's, where he challenged live in london. maury many thanks and have the us military has admitted that a drone strike and i've kennasoft capital last month, mistakenly killed civilians instead of ice will fighters. 10 people, including 7 children, died and the attack in cobble, a told us commander, apologized for what he called a tragic mistake. and gallagher reports reduced to twisted smouldering wreckage. this is the call. the u. s. military deems an imminent threat on august the 29th west of cobbles, international airport,
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us intelligence officials say the vehicle was monitored for 8 hours, suspected of picking up explosives and seen at an eyesore k compound. now one of the us military's find elections of the 20 is enough chemist on has been called a tragic mistake. let me thoroughly review the findings of the investigation in the supporting analysis by interagency partners. i am now convinced that as many as 10 civilians, including up to 7 children, were tragically killed in that strike. moreover, we now assess that it is unlikely that the vehicle and those who died were associated with isis k or were a direct threat to us forces. the us drone strike happened just days after attacking cobbles, airport killed, at least a $170.00 afghans and 13 us troops and mid frenzied evacuation. if it initially, us officials called the strike, a righteous blow against specific threats to the u. s. military. now they've admitted to killing us a work at the murray, marty,
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and 9 members of his extended family. 7 of the victims were children, the youngest, just 2 years old. honor for that, you say, for america to time and here the husk, david, things with me. i am ready to respond to dame members of the party family had been planning to relocate to the us to start new lives. now they say they're living under a cloud of suspicion and fear. the us military says it will launch an investigation into the drone strike. but the loss of innocent lies now calls into question the u . s. his ability to carry out operations and strikes remotely, a key part of the policy towards i've got to stand. now that us troops have withdrawn so called us over the horizon military strikes already have a checkered past implications expert say will have serious consequences enough gannons done. in the past, the u. s. had an extensive presence with lots of local partners,
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the afghan government, and its various subsidiaries. but that's not the case anymore. so that this remains to be seen as to how the united states will be able to conduct operations as if dennis time begins. it's next difficult chapter one of the last acts of the us military will leave a dark stain on an already chaotic us exit. to gala carl d 0. washington. out of here as a summer been job aid has visited the area in cobble with a strike. hit. this is what is left of the vehicle. we can see memorabilia of those children there. toys scattered here. some of the water containers, which the driver of the car was putting in, as it was reported earlier by the us forces that this was a terrorist. now we know from the united states, it was a strike, which was wrongly done against a civilian family. we've been speaking from family members who have been telling us that they are looking for compensation from the united states. they want justice
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for their family members and if possible, there are those who have remained in this compound one to leave a gun is done. there has been some so talk about what is going to happen next in a gun to sign. but they say regardless of what the future of a plan, son is. this was an attack which was carried out against them inside their own home . some of the children were actually around this car and some of them were inside when the drawn struck them, leaving speaking to taliban leaders in the lead up to this acknowledgement by the united states. and they've been telling us that this was an act of aggression. the united states for 20 years has been killing innocent civilians, according to the taliban, and they say they have no agreement with the united states and incidents such as this. and their insistence on using eisen k as a pretext to attack of gun son is not acceptable. and those countries who have intelligence about such terrorist activities in god is done should share it with taliban leaders. but for now, here in this compound, that is death, misery,
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and memories of those who passed and people who are trying to rebuild their lives in the may have of what is going on. and what happened to their family. local african officials say that at least 3 people have been killed and 21. others injured after a vehicle belonging to taliban forces hit a roadside mine. it happened in july about in the eastern province longer. the biden administration is planning the mass deportation of thousands of haitian migrants from a border town in texas. most of the people are staying at a makeshift camp under a bridge in del rio, victoria gates and the reports. these are some of the more than $10000.00 migrants sleeping on the ground and desperate for food under a bridge in del rio, in southern texas. officials on both sides of the us, mexico border say most of the migrants of, from haiti, a more expected to arrive in the coming days. the mayor of del rio has described the situation as beyond surreal,
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and says the authorities are struggling to cope. the migrants are getting agitated . the border patrol can't keep up with, with feeding. during lunch time, the facilities, the quality of life, the standard of living is all being stretched beyond capabilities. many of the migrants say they've not come directly from haiti, but have made long and harrowing journeys through mexico and central and south america. president j biden's pledged a more humane approach to immigration, the former president donald trump. the situation in del rio was giving ammunition to critics who say biden's policies have encouraged migrants. they have told us that the people who are under that bridge right now are going to be relocated by the united states department of defense. some are going to arizona, others are going to california. others may be going to, laredo, we were told. but one thing that we know for a fact, and that is, there is nothing but uncertainty and indecision by the bottom. it's ration about
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exactly what they're going to do. haiti is the poorest country in the western hemisphere. in july, the president was shot a native and in august, a 7.2, magnitude, earthquake and a powerful storm hit the country. some legal, expert, se, sending migrants back to haiti cannot be justified by the administration. they know it's the legal, but they're doing it anyway because they're worried about criticism from white. supremacist advocates in the united states who are whipping up hysteria against against all kinds of immigrants, especially immigrants of color. the migrants say they want a better life for themselves and their families. but with more people on the way the situation is a growing humanitarian and political challenge for the president, victoria gates and b l g as era will get a weather update next year. and i was just here, then we'll take a look back at the life of algeria as long as i think president abdul aziz was
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a flicker. this died at the age of 84. he was forced to reside in 2019 to mass protest. ah, it's another beautiful sunny day of 35000 feet. the weather sponsored by cattle airways booted world's best airline of 2021. hello, your world's weather report begins in asia pacific where we did have tropical storm sean to make landfall in q issue. it's moving quickly, but already rainfall amounts coming in. more than $200.00 millimeters picked up within the span of 12 hours. we do have weather alerts in play, very serious one, landside warning for ne honju and also the southeast of hawkeye. though the disturbance over hawkeye auto is a separate one. there's sean to right now, we'll press place, see where it goes on sunday, out toward the pacific, and we see an improvement in conditions largely across japan. also tracking
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a lot of what, whether that's going to pull into central and southern areas of vietnam. this is about a week after we dealt with tropical storm constant, which drop more than 900 millimeters of rain in this same area. so the ground very saturated mud slides, landslides, a very serious concern. southern islands of the philippines getting hit hard with rain. this is effecting devout on sunday, off to the subcontinent. r, monsoon old boy, mr. we've got an area of concern toward the east also the northwest that ran that was over to pradesh. now moving into award roger, stan and gucho guys. so we can expect about $5200.00 millimeters of rain to con. it stay dry in southern pockets on crutches. the 6, the weather sponsored by cattle airways voted world's best airline of 2021. how many nukes has too many new america has in many ways driven the arms race parties are much more like the british parties. now there are fewer regulation to own a tiger than there are to own a dog. how can this be happening?
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we take on us politics and, and that's the bottom line. we understand the differences and similarities of cultures across the world. so no matter when you call home will be used in current affairs. that matter to you. the ah ah, again, this is i'll just remind you of the top stories this francis calling, it's on basset to the us destroyer of to what it called a stab in the back trans. angry after a study, i cancelled a multi $1000000000.00 submarine contract to enter a military alliance with the u. s. u. k. under the you in the pacific deal study, it will find nuclear power submarines with us and
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u. k. technology. the us military is a bit of the drone strike in afghanistan capital last month, kill civilians instead of isis prices. 10 people, including 7 children, died of the attacking cobble top us commander, has apologized. if us media report say the bytes administration is planning the mass people taishan of thousands of haitian migrants from a border town in texas, most of the migrants are staying at a makeshift camp on the abridge in del rio, before the agents that have temporarily closed order crossing with mexico, the u. s. is threatening more sanctions against the warring sides in ethiopia to region. a new executive order opens the door to sanctioning members of the ethiopian and eritrea and governments. but to grow people's liberation front and the hot regional government. the conflict is left thousands dead. i'm just here a shad baton c reports. this is not the imposition of sanctions,
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but another threats of sanctions. president biden's, executive order empowered the state department of treasury to be able to sanction those seen in the future to be standing in the way of a negotiated piece and a few on all sides. but no deadline has been announced if the government of ethiopia and the 2 great people's liberation front, take meaningful steps to enter into talks with out preconditions and allow unhindered humanitarian assistance. the united states is prepared to mobilize assistance for ethiopia to recover and revitalize its, its economy, and build a future for his people. wow. state department officials say they fear prime minister abbey ahmed will want to declare a victory over the to crow and peoples with a ration from when he sworn into office on october the 4th. they also fed the t p. i will do all it can to prevent that the u. s. does have a great deal of leverage over the fuel government that so far it hasn't used much of a fuel success in the past has been in terms of trade. its industrial parks occupied
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by many cannot multinational it's benefiting from this tox benefit. those that introduced 2 decades ago, and there was a fear that would be withdrawn, but that did not happen. and there's a release in the suburbs, despite the presence in the administration of those 9 to be open to us interventions that are samantha power at u. s. id, it hasn't imposed punishing sanctions on the if you can government. and let's say there are multiple reasons for washington's caution. ethiopia is the u. s. s. maine ally and the strategically important horn of africa and key to its projection of power across the region. ethiopia is also important to us as warren tara, an important component against our bob in somalia. now that us troops officially withdrawn permanence, abbey, i'm, it is also deregulating and privatizing economy after decades of central planning, which is beneficial for us multi nationals. and perhaps most importantly, even as if you're pure, received hundreds of millions dollars from the u. s. if the key trading partner and
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investment destination for china, and as the biden administration is clearly demonstrated, this is not a white house that will take a further integration of addis ababa and beijing. well, she, every time see al jazeera washington, ethiopia, as prime minister ahmed, has written an open letter to president biden in response to the threatened sanctions. part of it reads, unfortunately, while the entire world has turned its eyes onto ethiopia and the government for all the wrong reasons, it's failed to openly and sternly reprimand the terrorist group in the same manner that has been chastising my government. while leaders of the to grey rebels who welcomed us, move in a tweets and advisor to the t p l. f. describe the threat to impose new sanctions as a long over due move against all those who made it bare vocation to kill children and innocent people. and once a textbook, example of genocide in a 2nd tweet, the advisor also said to great, will continue to cooperate with the u. s. by agreeing to an independent
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investigation into allegations of any possible wrong doing get a military leaders say that they will not bow to international pressure to let detained president of con, they fly into exile. the west african regional block echo was expelled, giddy after con day, was overthrown during a military takeover. earlier this month, the presidents of ivory coast, i'm gonna ask to con days, release during a one day trip to connor cree on friday. the block has already imposed sanctions and demanded that elections be held within 6 months. how curious longest subbing president had the lessees but a flicker has died at the age of $84.00. he struggled with health issues for years . having suffered, a stroke would have leak a step down and 2019 after mass protests rejecting his plan to seek a 5th term or to serious hashem. how about a looks back at his life. april the 2nd, 2019 algerian, president of the law. these, with a plea, car resigned,
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following weeks of massive street protests, frail, unable to walk or talk, and rarely seen in public following a stroke, his suffered into a 1013, with a bound to prussia from protector and the army. chief. this is the moment he resigned and handed over power to the senate speaker, who became the entering head of state. an undignified exit for the man who played crucial role in algeria is more than history, which is considered a national hero by his porters who fought on the battlefield during algeria as will be independence from france, then served as foreign minister until 1979. in the early 19 eighties, he was accused of corruption and went into self imposed design. the charges were later dropped and of the end of the civil war in the late $990.00 is that claimed
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the lives of thousands of votes won an election with the backing of the military. their position said the vote was ragged with a flicker one praise for restoring stability that led to an economic boom and major development project nationwide. the also managed to hold the country together. during the spring, there were protests in january to $1011.00 against poverty and unemployment. the government responded by creating thousands of small business opportunities with generous incentives to young entrepreneurs, reducing food prices, and ending a decades old state of emergency. despite the initiative bias continued after winning a 2nd mandate in 2004, which can change the constitution to run for the term. and despite deteriorating
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health, he changed the constitution once again to secure a 4th term was the leader considered him an important ally of the fight against groups in north africa. but if i had 0 tolerance to was alti than others who have handed this link to, that approach is blamed for costing civilian lives. in $21330.00 foreign workers were killed when would order the army to storm a gas plant in the algerian desert. the aim was to rescue hundreds of hostages, held by an armed group affiliated to al qaeda. critics said the president could have saved lives, have he go. she hated a se, exit for the hostages, or plan the counter attack. more carefully, with a fleet as grip on power started to slip when he announced his bid to run for a 5th term in february,
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$21900.00. the thousands of all jury as poured into the streets in the biggest demonstration scene. since the independence in 1962, for 5 weeks, the protest, the demands of the president and his allies resign, would have a 1st try to locate, protested by reversing his decision to stand again and postponing the election. saying he'd stay on until a new constitution was adopted. but it wasn't enough to stop the reward. the protests continued. disease, but a fleet of fate was sealed when the army chief stepped in, forcing algeria the longest serving president from power an expert panel in the u. s has rejected a proposal to roland cove at 19 booster shots to all americans age 16 and older. it cited a lack of safety data on extra doses and doubts about the value of mass boosters.
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but it didn't doors extra 5, bio and tech shots. the people above the age of 65 of those at high risk of severe disease. however, the vote is not binding. but lisa bananas, enforcing a steady as 2 largest cities is protest as running against corona virus restrictions. hundreds of demonstrates as marched in the center of melbourne, even though the city's business district has been put into lockdown. rallies were also called in sydney last month. hundreds of protest as were arrested in confrontations with the police. india is northern pradesh. status struggling with rising cases of danger, fever more than 100 people. many of them children are known to have died from the mosquito borne disease in just the past 3 weeks. officials who also dealing with an outbreak of malaria, along with the cova 19 pandemic. in california, a large wildfires burned into at least 4 groves of gigantic,
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ancient sequoias in national parks and forests. 5 sciences haven't yet been able to determine how much damage was done to the groves on friday, cooler weather health crews to keep the flames away from a cluster containing the world's largest tree by wrapping fire resistance, blankets around it. with constant warnings of climate catastrophe. many governments are struggling to balance economic pressures with the need to protect the environment off the coast of cut off one project is on the way to help the ecosystem by restoring coral reefs, gillian wolf reports. petro range spends most mornings out of see off the coast cutter. he's joined by a team of marine biologists from all around the world to explore a region they say is under study states, right? so what are cor resear facing right now? is 2 different types of threats. we have local threats such a sedimentation, such as pollution such as overfishing,
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and we have global threats and this is what is associated with global climate change. and with these threats. right now we cannot solve global climate change. that's a bigger problem that needs countries cooperating right now that are not cooperating. but what we can do is we can reduce the local stresses on our, you know, squirrels are in much better condition to withstand the issues from global climate change. and it's those local threats, these marine conservation and research team members are out to combat they're working to protect carl reese restored graded ones and provide alternative habitat for marine life. and they're using this underwater coral nursery and an on shore coral farming facility to do that. many call it the rain for a still the see. and while coral reefs cover less than point 2 percent of the ocean floor, their home to more than a quarter of the world's marine species here. and there maybe in gulf c,
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temperatures or warmer than anywhere else. and the rising inside to say that soon, even the world's most resilient karl that's found here, will find it impossible to survive. back in the labs, petro explains what's been happening under the water. can the coral, when it turns white like this can regain its color? it can, it can it can, it went from being a healthy colony to being completely bleached and particularly that colony interest 1515 days. so we see really literally the reef going in front of all right, so if we don't do anything to prevent this, i'm not sure what to leave to the next generation. several solutions he says are reducing over fishing and pollution while increasing the size of protected areas where fish can flourish. this is just one example located 50 kilometers off shore. this fish farm uses floating cages to provide cutter with high quality sea bass and other types of fish. the aim is to preserve fish stocks and increase
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the country's self sufficiency. environmentalists say projects like this will be needed in the future. with the next century, we are expecting 2000000000 more people on the planet and with the increase in the consumer behaviors towards c 4. this is a big challenge in terms of how we can increase the production in terms of not affecting harming the environment. while initiatives like this may seem like a drop in the ocean on a global scale here in the gulf, it's providing a positive step toward addressing one of the most pressing issues over time. join wolf, l 0. ah, that's good to have with us. hello, adrian, trying to get here in the headlines and i was here at france is recalling it's ambassadors to the u. s. and straightly up to.


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