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pakistan south of iran bringing a wet and windy weather with it. to a mon, we're talking winds up to a 100 kilometers per hour, some flooding rains. and by the time we get to sunday, it could bring some of that to muscat. we will keep an eye on that to the west for yemen, we are seeing if you coastal showers, those join up would shower the cross, the tropics of africa. we are things in heavy showers for uganda and the democratic republic of congo. we could see some localized flooding from that and as we moved to southern africa, south africa seen a lot of rain across the hot as well as well as to, to trickling into southern areas of botswana. it is pulling out to the east though, cooling cape town, but the sun is going to come out in the days to come with what's water will be part of the greatest global gathering in history, the expo 2022 by what's, what will be there to showcase her investment opportunities are unique culture and heritage,
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economic diversity and pristine wildlife and natural resources. so look out what woods wanna at the expo 2022 by spectacle, where we will unleash our potential boots, wanna all pride, your destination when freedom of the press is under threats, step outside the mainstream shift the focus, but pandemic has turned out to be a handy little pretext for the prime minister that clamped out on the press the listening posts on a j 0. ah, how many nukes is too many new to america has in many ways driven the arms race for parties are much more like the british pointed out to them. there are fewer regulations who own a tiger than there are its own a dog. how can this be happening? you'll weakly take on us politics and society, and that's the bottom line. ah,
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ah, ah, hello again. it's good to have you with a safer incident going here in doha with the news, al from al jazeera, the headlines environmental lawyer steven danziger has been jailed for 6 months for criminal contempt. his case stems from his fight on behalf of ecuadorian villages to prove that chevron polluted the amazon rain forest in the 19 ninety's. republicans and democrats in congress are and talks to raise the government's borrowing limits. on thursday, congress passed a bill to avoid a government shut down. georgia as prime minister says that an operation to detain former president macau sanker philly has been successful. he returned from exile to support the opposition saturday's election despite the risk of arrest for on that. now from robin for estie, a walk up there to boise, i understand that he was actually detained here in sibley. see,
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having somehow escaped or the authorities since posting that video early this morning from by to me, which is on the coastal, which is on the coast. he, on, on the black sea. he made it to the b. c. and he then said that he said he faced likely arrest. we then had a statement from the prime minister saying that that arrest operation had been carried out. and we've now seen a smiling because sac. rsvp being taken into prison. we understand that prison is in, we're savvy to town, not far from the, from tbilisi itself. i read that his caps and an extraordinary dain george in politics because michael sec s. v. a has made disappearance on the eve of municipal and merrill elections, which the opposition consider is really important because they hope that george, in public will come out to more and vote decisively against the georgia dream
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government. so make off suckers, really has picked this moment. now finally, after all these years to return and shake up the georgian political sci venezuela is launch. he had 2nd currency overhaul in 3 years. 6 zeros will be cut from the bolivar in response to hyperinflation. video bank boats will hold the same value, but the government hopes that it will simplify transactions and accounting. critics say the move will do little to ease venezuela's severe economic problems. australia is planning to reopen its borders in november. that's 18 months after they were slammed shut, but only fully vaccinated citizens and residents will be allowed to come and go. the country remains off limits to foreigners. sarah clark reports now from the gold coast. in the state of queensland. it's the news. tens of thousands of australians stranded overseas had been waiting for from november. international borders will begin to reopen once again, allowing travel in and out of the country. it's time to give
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a stride in their lives back with save lives, with side livelihoods. but we must work together to ensure that australians can reclaim the lives that they once had in this country. and we must work together to achieve that goal. city with the 1st city to allow international flights fully vaccinated, australian citizens and permanent residents will be required to quarantine at home for 7 days after coming from overseas. those who haven't been vaccinated or have received a vaccine that's not recognized by the government will have to quarantine in a hotel for 2 weeks. vaccines produced by china's san a back and the indian manufactured cover shield had been approved. and that will enable australians who are fully vaccinated and australians and residents of australia who are overseas, who are fully vaccinated, to be able to travel again. and to be out the lift. those caps on airports in
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states where they have moved into phase see of the progress denouncement has been welcomed by family members who've been separated due to caps on the number of seats on international flights and unable to re unite due to quarantine restrictions. there still some hurdles for australians wishing to return home restrictions will only be lifted when states reach an 80 percent vaccination target. which means states like here in queensland and western australia where the vaccine, right trials the rest, the country could be required to wait until december, the full borders reopen. if miss atwell victoria opened up to the world before they open at all, the other states that will only incentivize it to the other states to get rid of the domestic borders and actually start to reconnect with the world as a they learn to tolerate the virus and now they can still manage it. the travel knots mon only covers australian citizens and permanent residence. the foreign nationals, australia's borders remain closed until further notice. sarah clark,
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audi 0, queensland, australia. in the u. s. a. federal judge will consider where the texas can keep the nation's most restrictive abortion law. the u. s. government is suing the state of texas for an acting. the legislation which contradicts decades of legal precedent. law was signed by governor greg albert in may and went into effect in september. cutter is preparing to hold its 1st legislative elections on saturday. voters will choose 30 of the 45 members. sure. a council. the body dates back to 1972. but until now, was fully appointed by cutters, emir jamal, i shall reports from doha drive around the country, capital doha, and you can't miss all the new buildings, roads, and infrastructure projects. but the gulf states fast paced development isn't limited to urban modernization. cutter is marking a major political milestone. its 1st ever legislative elections. candidates vying
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for a place in the legislative body called the shorter council have been campaigning for 2 weeks. election posters and banners are on display on almost every major road across the country. until now, the council has been mainly a consultative body, made up of 45 members appointed by the countries ruler. but that's all changing on saturday. quantities will elect 30 members to serve on the council, which will have the right to draft laws, approve or reject state budgets. question and even sack government ministers. another 50 members will be appointed by the amir, meaning 2 thirds of the short council will be elected. don't will be that the money not in it's every not useful hotter is one of those buying for a seat. the former custody diplomat shows me around his home district of a walk and recalls the major transformation. it's gone through since its dependence on pearl diving more than half a century ago. he tells me the upcoming elections will be majorly significant in
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shaping cutters identity. usually a thought went with thinks and out only 80 to it's a unique system that is not be like the western democracy. and this not like the dictatorship that a in some other area and some other countries in the region. and we are trying to develop our own weight and deliver it to the people where as the participation can be in a wide and vigorous kiel with the law cutter has long been regarded as one of the regions leaders. when it comes to women, empowerment and the countries looking towards saturdays polls as another opportunity to further that lena the far is one of about 30 female candidates whose names will be on the ballot pay her and stands a strong chance of winning only an oem left and i believe that nations can only rise to the efforts of their people. that's why i have decided to share the responsibility that cut those leadership has in legislations and in serving the people and addressing the issues that matter to citizens. especially women because
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they are the backbone of society. the excitement isn't limited to those contesting 4 seats in the shorter council for countries over the age of 18, this will be the 1st time in their lives. they've been able to vote in a legislative election a thought that in myra. i will vote for a female candidate. i'm extremely happy that we are participating in the info and in he started the process. and because of its importance, women's participation is in federal. and we should to pull each other and the challenge for the members of cut out is 1st ever elected. sure, our council will not simply be how to serve the people. but for many of these new legislators, it will be how to navigate this major new adjustment to the country system of governance. as part of continues, it's pushed to becoming a source of reform and modernization. in the region, jamal al shall al jazeera doha. let's bring an umbrella mabood here in doha, he is the chairman for the state of cutoff for islamic area studies at the wasa
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university, could chevy with us? so, so what is a sure, a counsel? what does it do? well, thank you. la shawna counsel is obviously a kind of parliament, it says, look, a name or a region, a name for our what we're is and on globally us the local parliament. and it's one of the, our main institutions of the government where there is a way we can see that there is like a separation. it's going to happen between the executive and legislative. our powers are basically some of the eligibility powers or, or, or leisure that power is now going to be given to the or hands off the assure accounts at all the local parliament. so it is going to do or is going to propose, ah, elizabeth lacy ends it is going to and then some of the existing ones and change it as the way that people once it is going to also, ah,
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challenge some of the government policies and also look at the budget, et cetera, or i per capita isn't the 1st gulf nation to hold elections for sure. a council is it? how will cut out? sure, a council differ from those and other gulf states. cut out is not the 1st come to the right. it to, to hold the short council on elections, but it is significant in many ways because what happens and cut out, is it the, the announcement to go for elected by the it came at a time where there was no economic crises or there was not even a local demand for it, and it was, it is as a part of the vision of the ruler and the government to open up the space for and give the people a channel for political participation. this is part of the vision 2030. it's been delayed because of certain conditions that had happened in the boss, including the plug, it will okay then including the change in the government, etc,
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and cut out. but it is now happening and is going to be significant because it is the 1st time that that, that is, will go out and to the full store like their representative. it's also going to be women are going to participate and they be given a chance as well because it's, you know, cut out really cares about a gender equality, etc. so it is going to be significant because this country is developing in such a way and modernizing reforming at its own pace and, and also to go with its own vision 20 or 30. and his future plans here in qatar has, has experienced rapid growth in recent years. it also has an independent foreign policy that is independent of its gulf. neighbors will assure a counselor or have any influence over not only domestic, but foreign policy to it is expected to have full powers in many way. it is, it is expected to a short, a council is expected to have not only legislative powers and ability to,
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ah, question the government and interpret many status and also look at the budget and scrutinize the executive branch of the government. but it's also going to have our, it is expected to have a c on our how we know foreign policy, but also for an investment policies, etc. so it is basically empowering the people to have a say on their feet and, and the future. and the policies and the strategies of, of the country. it's a very significant step. and in that, that it got. and of course, there are many things that are not turned on because it's still very new and you know, but from all the announcements that we see it is, it is hopeful that this is going to be one of the leading sure councils and the region and it's going to be one of the major institutions that this country is
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going to rely on for. it is future development and it's strategy and it's policy not only domestic, but also international regional international as well. good, theresa? many, thanks for being with us. i'm telling bandwidth they're a trained carrying hundreds of protest. this is arrived in sedans, capital cartoon activists, to holding pro democracy rallies to condemn. last week's crew attempt, people have taken to the streets, calling for an end to a power struggle within the transitional government. hip morgan has worn out from cotton, despite associations, unions, and civil societies, as well as activists calling for a protest on the 30th of september. for the 2nd day protested, took to the streets once again and gathered in front of the committee to dismantle the june 30th regime. that's the regime that was headed by from a president alma machine. many of the process of picking all the way from on a neighboring river now states they say that despite the sabbath that was made on the railways,
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delaying their trips and making them not join the processes yesterday, they still want to lead the civilian component of this transitional government know that they have their support and they want to should the military that civilians not just in the capital helped him, but other parts of the country. despite political differences in the ruling coalition, the brilliant they'll have the majority and still have the support of the streets and the demonstration of the line. now, the reason we're out here is because of the recent coo and we want the military to hand power to civilian rule. the other reason we came out to protest is because of the discord they're trying to. so between the military and the people of sudan, we have no issue with the military institution. our real problem is with those from the former regime in the military institution, the officers who want to overthrow the government and our revolution. while some people say that their issue is not with the whole military institution, but rather individuals, all those are calling for a complete and to the partnership between the military and the civilians. that them enter the transitional governments. but the people here say they all agree on one
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thing. they want to let the military know that despite the political differences between the ruling called and the political parties, people here pro fair, a civilian rule over a military rule. and that the military, the political parties, and the civil and components of this transitional government has their backing and their support. the you, any humanitarian coordinator of a lebanon, says that maybe 80 percent of the population has been pushed into poverty. with an economy and turmoil. the street is failing to provide even the most basic services . so in a hot, a reports from beirut coping with inflation and a currency in free fall has made life tough. people have sunk into poverty since the economy began to collapse 2 years ago. the united nations says nearly 80 percent are now poor. that's 3000000 people. when the only thing, maybe i'm just about sub angel, not that my monthly salary is now worth $70.00. it's not enough to buy food for 4 days. the government has been promising to give us cash assistance, but it never happened. the humanitarian community has stepped in to provide vital
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support in a country made nearly bankrupt by decades of corruption and mismanagement. united nations statistics tell the story of growing hardships like 1000000 people in urgent need of aid, including food. for the 1st time ever in the history of labor alone, you have 36 percent. oh x to lean forward. you know extreme warranty is not anything. it's really something that never happened, never ever happened in live alone before. it's not only lebanese who have been affected by the economic crisis, the living conditions of 850000 syrians registered as refugees by the u. n. r. rapidly deteriorating a year ago, just over half lived in extreme poverty. now it's 9 out of 10, nearly 50 percent don't have enough food. 30 percent of children have never gone to school and almost 30000 work levels of poverty are also high in palestinian
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refugee camps. and at least 400000 migrant workers, mainly from asian and african countries, are stranded here without work, nor the means to return home. many parents can't afford to send their children to school, and growing numbers of people are unable to afford health care. starvation is now a reality for thousands and malnutrition is increasing among children. the international community accuses lebanon's political class of deliberately failing to act and defending what member say is a bankrupt economic system. that's why lebanon's authorities are bypassed when assistance is provided and they say they'll continue until state institutions, riddled with corruption are reformed. most of the support that we are going to provide or through or through the e. r, p is also going to be direct to the population. but many say this help is not
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a long term answer, and emergency aid is not the economic recovery plan lebanon needs. that will depend on its leaders letting go of a system. they have benefited from for so long said their elders. eda beirut, just ahead on the nissan and sport, the 2 coaches leading a review of world football, but not everyone's happy about ah
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ah ah oh oh oh, hello. hi, this is summer. thank you very much, adrian or one of the common it says rumors he's about to be fired as barcelona
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codes are probably true. coleman that claims that the club is a hierarchy, a has shown him a lack of respect by leaking stories about his future. the team have just lost their 2nd straight champions league game and are 6 in the spanish league. women is time to rebuild the side following the anal mess is departure at a time when the club is more than a $1000000000.00 in debt. i mean, money shall not, it is better that good. i wasn't told about anything. it's true that i just found out the president was here at training this morning, but i didn't see him. i can't say anything because once again, but i wasn't told and i think that my think stay the same for me, but i know what's going on. i have eyes and ears. i don't know that many things being leaks so the must be some truth in it. but i said again, well, i haven't been told anything, cause thing. all the top women's league in the united states has cancelled this upcoming a round of games. it follows allegations of misconduct against
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a head coach. several plays have accused a pull riley of verbally and sexually abusing them while they were part of his team . his become the 3rd coat from the national women's soccer league it to be fired for misconduct since august. in the statement, the league said it was a right to give everyone some space to reflect. seater president james montana says he can only achieve his ambitions for football development. if they're more regular, we'll cups from an arsenal manager. i st. venga and leading women's coach jill is our leading the review into the way of football is organized. hosting the mans will copy every 2 years. instead of every 4 is one option being considered scheaffer claim. this is the most inclusive and thorough consultation process that football has ever seen. no one should be loser in this, every one should be better off at the end of the day.
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otherwise, there is no way in changing. there is no reason in changing if the global world of football and everyone inside is not better off than we are aware of course of the different challenges. while this is what we know about the plan. so farm there will be major international finals every year. well cups on even years and continental championships in between international windows during seasons that will be cut to a maximum of 2. and no national team will play more than 7 games, while many domestic leagues as well as the european and south american confederations, opposed at the plan. oh, we've been talking to the head of the global plays union, a 5th pro, a. he's concerned that player welfare is being overlooked. we will not agree to any substantial changes in the calendar before the health of the players is being taken
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care of. and they are proper safeguards being put in place. that's in the agreement that we have with fee for that there needs to be real negotiations about this and we expect that obviously to be honor and now look at the proposal of the world cup . it's being presented to us for the 1st time. probably about a week ago, and we will now have to analyze everything around it and from the economics to the sport excited to the calendar, to the cultural impact of the game. and we always, we will need to consult with the players about this because ultimately the current players are the ones will who will play it. and we need to get their views on the way the process started, i think was quite unfortunate in the sense of it going to the media 1st. it going through individual conversations with certain people 1st before the, the stakeholders were properly introduced to the process. we had one meeting in which fever presented to us and they're thinking that the meeting was, was constructive in the sense that we objectively could, could see what fever was actually presenting. and there are some ideas on the table
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which are more on the calendar front. i think than the competition design from which we obviously welcomed. there was a proposal to institute essentially a month guarantee break in the summer for the players in the off season, which is something we've been pushing for for a long time. there is a conversation about reducing windows, which is i think something you at least need to very seriously consider based on the impact on travel based on the number of games actually, players can play consecutively in the national teen format. the impact on coaching, et cetera, et cetera. there is some upside in this. there could also be upside for lead football in this actually. and some of these things are politic. tom brady is paying to return to new england as a tampa bay buccaneers. a plan for the 1st time, brady spent 2 decades at the page with winning the super bowl 6 times he left the franchise in 2019. last season, he led the buccaneers to victory at the suitable. the patriots didn't make the
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playoffs. i have nothing but incredible thoughts, memories, emotions towards all the kind of football experiences i've had that that's obviously one that was the longest. and i, so a lot of great friends are, but they don't wanna get there but this week, so i know exactly how i'm feeling once i'm out there and waiting well, tears champions the la dodgers are looking good. this major league baseball leads a heads towards the playoffs that they'll just beat the san diego padres, 83 on thursday in front of the cell out crowd. it was at 12 at home victory in a row. the l. a side remained 2 games behind the conference leading san francisco giants. and thus is bought for me. i'll have more for you later on, but for now it's back to adrian santa. many thanks, dave. well, just about to return for this news. our time for us here in doha to pass the baton to our colleagues in london, maria massey is standing by to update you in just
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future. october on al jazeera. ah mm. mm. aspiring humanitarian crisis now complicated by a diplomatic one, the united nations warns ethiopia has no legal right to expel 7 un officials. ah, no, i'm sorry, i'm noisy. and then you're watching al jazeera also coming up on the program. a former georgia president mikhail sucker video is detained just hours after arriving back in the country. president joe biden is expected.


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