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a craft how played a white to roll in these operations because they can't cover long distances in a matter of minutes, especially in mountainous terrain. the long turkey salton coast. ah, taiwan warns china will be able to mount a full scale invasion by 2025 has tensions escalate or beijing's latest show of aerial force. ah, i'll buy this and this is all to save a life from doha. also coming up. i'm here today because i believe facebook's products harm children, joke division and week in our democracy. whistleblower accuses facebook or putting prophets before safety boss. mark zuckerberg says the allegations are just not true
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. venezuela reopens his border with colombia after nearly 3 years. i'm homeless in brazil. millions forced into poverty off to coven 19. as government aid is cut. ah, taiwan is defense minister is wanting. china will be capable of launching a full scale invasion of the island within 4 years. a record number of chinese military aircraft recently flew with in taiwan, so called air defense identifications, on the islands defense minister. he says, a 148 chinese war plains had breached the area since friday. the fight state inside international air space, but close enough to to one to require aircraft to identify themselves. beijing has recently ramped up pressure on taiwan, which it says is part of its territory. in an article published earlier on tuesday,
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towns president ward of catastrophic consequences for the white a region if the island was to fall to china. and taiwan is one of the issues in a deepening strategic rivalry between beijing and washington. u. s. president's national security advisors due to hold talks with china's top diplomat in switzerland on wednesday, joe biden says he's addressed the issue with his counterpart. she didn't pain i spoke to. we see about how we agree we will buy it. i want agreement that we are, and we made it clear that i don't think we should be doing any other than by the group ra mcbride's in hong kong with more on the reaction from ty, one. the defense minister went on to say that the fact the relations now the tensions with china or are the worst they have been. he says, for a 40 years, i think taiwan has been genuinely rattled by the scale of this incursion. china, as we know for many months now, has been sending air craft towards the island into the air defense identification
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zone. that's the air space running up to the island of taiwan. but it is the scale, the number of aircraft in the last 4 days that says worried taiwan, it, in recent years, taiwan has been looking at the military build up in a china with some alarm. it was always the case that taiwan, thanks in large part to the supplies of f sixteens and so on from the united states . it had a military superiority when it came to the technological capabilities of its weaponry. that is still the case to some extent, but a china is quickly closing the gap and is there also is a recognition in taiwan or of china is increasing economic strength. that is now the jug a lot of asia and is using that economic power to further isolate taiwan. so a taiwan is feeling increasingly under pressure. china is happy to exert that pressure, especially with the currency incumbents of the presidency. they're saying when in
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taiwan, who was taken unlike her predecessors a far more stand osh offish approach a to china was to keep china at arms length and dirt. china is happy to try to undermine her, but of course there is a risk, a danger in this of that a back firing that, that drives more people in taiwan to rally around their president, especially when they see these shows of force or from neighboring china. a scott harold's or senior political scientist at rand corporation, he thinks china's recent shore force is unlikely to escalate to a full invasion. at this point, beijing is looking to put enormous pressure psychologically and operationally on taiwan in taiwan society as well as the one armed forces. at the same time, beijing is a signal to the rest of the world to try to elicit from the rest of the world. some sort of understanding from china that their position is correct and that taiwan
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will not be allowed to do things like join the comprehensive and progressive agreement on a trans pacific partnership or deep. and it's unofficial ties with the united states, japan, australia, and european actors. however, i think what aging is doing is clearly millage rising the situation and pushing the rest of the world to recognize the nature of the chinese regime. that's aggressive threat for peace and stability of region. aging clearly recognizes that the reforms that it wants to people's liberation army in 2015 still have a long way to go. 100 miles of open sea, the china would have to cross to bring forces over to taiwan to try to conquer 3. people really be a very big challenge for china, even if it was only fighting the taiwan armed forces to say nothing of having to fight the united states. and coming to i want assistance with possibly other countries even beyond that bringing assistance or economic pressure to bear. i think right now a china is looking to do is try to pressure taiwan to try to get some red lines
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down some markers in the sand. and to try to ex, delayed a campaign, psychological worker against the island leader, president, sighing one. facebook's boss is pushing back after a whistleblower told members of the u. s. congress that the social media giant is an urgent threat to which users former product manager, francis hogan, says the company should be regulated. but c, e o. mark zuckerberg says this research has been taken out of context. in a post on facebook, he wrote that pushing content only for profit is illogical because facebook makes money from ads. he said facebook's advertisers don't want their ads next to harmful content. and the tech companies don't set out to make people angry, more depressed. but francis hogan says sites owned by the company, han children, stock divisions, and we can democracies chicago tansy followed her testimony on capitol hill. frances, how can presented a damning picture of facebook as a company knowingly disseminating false information that could excite anger and
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hatred among uses negatively impact, teenager mental health and even stroke ethnic violence. but goals, she says to increase the time uses spend on facebook and instagram, actively engaging with posts and then potentially be exposed to more advertising, which they would click on. this is our facebook makes its money. i saw facebook repeatedly encounter conflicts between its own prophets and our safety. facebook consistently resolved these conflicts in favor of its own prophets. the result has been more division, more harm, more lies, more threats, and more combat. in some cases, this disease is dangerous online. hot has led to actual violence, a himes and even kills vivo. what makes husbands testimony so important is that she has the documentation to back up her claims, tens of thousands of internal pieces of paperwork that reveal facebook's knowledge of the consequences of its actions. allegedly, in its pursuit of profit,
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how can call to more transparency and oversight over the algorithms facebook uses is like the department of transportation, regulating cars. i only watching them dr. young highway. facebook is called helgren's testimony, selective and misleading. but both republicans and democrats on the committee expressed skepticism of the company's truthfulness. they knew what they were doing . they knew where the violations were, and they know they are guilty. mark zuckerberg ought to be looking at himself in the mirror to day. and yet rather than taking responsibility and showing leadership, mr. zak a burg is going sailing. but there is an act of debate underway about how much regulation to impose after all, who is going to decide what is inflammatory speech and what is simply information with a powerful don't want the rest of us to hear a starting point, though, it does seem to be more transparency, transparency about the algorithms facebook is using to make us angry in the 1st
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place and also more information about all the data facebook is harvesting about all of us. there was actual imperial data supporting all these downstream harms of the way the platform works on those issues. they're really at the integration of both, you know, the way data is used this, what we call surveillance, capitalism, where the user is tracked everywhere they go, and then that data is mind in use to target them and try to get them to engage. how can i filed several complaints with the securities exchange commission alleging with our documentation, but facebook has misled its investors and congress in the past, and she's clear it is found at chamberlain, c, e o. mark zuckerberg who controls facebook's behavior. she hubbard antsy al jazeera capitol hill. venezuela's reopened his land border with columbia for the 1st time in almost 3 years. it was closed by president nicholas maduro in 2019, in the middle of a diplomatic crisis between the south american neighbours. tens of thousands of
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venezuelans depended on the crossing every day to get basic goods and services. alessandra amputate reports from borgata, just after nearly 3 years of being close to venezuela. now, authorities removed the shipping containers. physically blocking the main bridge, connecting the country with columbia. in a nationally televised address some monday vice president delsey rodriguez said it was time to turn the page emp, represent any thinking of our people and the brotherhood and co operation between the people of columbia and venezuela. president madeira has taken the decision to open the crossing for commerce in 2019 president. my daughter broke off diplomatic ties with columbia and sealed the border after venezuela and opposition. members attempted to bring international humanitarian aid into the country. the aid was backed by the united states in bogota. my daughter saw da this part of a plot to overthrow him. but the border have been officially closed since 2015
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bringing a halt to trade between the 2 countries. that amounted to $7000000000.00 us dollars a year. columbia president, the van duke welcomed the news, but said the reopening would be gradual. columbia studies west columbia is also willing to begin an orderly process so that we can guarantee this border crossing. but i am going to be very clear that this is not going to be done clumsily, and it is not going to be done. suddenly, tens of thousands of venezuelans crossed into columbia daily for goods and services . some 1800000 have re settled in columbia, fleeing the country's economic collapse most resorted to using illegal crossings, controlled by gangs and armed groups. when i do army be added to the reopening can also help reduce the role that armed groups had achieved at the border. both colombians like oil and rebels and paramilitaries, and also then as well, and gangs who were profiting from people sneezed to cross on tuesday,
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venezuelans were overjoyed. never. it's the best thing that has happened to us. we spent 2 years passing through illegal roads as we have so many needs that we can only fulfill in columbia. the decision will bring relief to people on both sides of the border by they will probably do little to help restore relations between the 2 countries. there remain at odds. columbia does not recognize my daughter as the legitimate president of venezuela, and it continued to support efforts to push for regime change in the country. allison that i'm get the al jazeera over with her. still had on al jazeera, a rippling lake becomes dooms of sand and northern molly as the un ones of serious global water shortages. and farmers take over the cocoa marketplace and say they want a bigger stake in their industry. ah,
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it's another beautiful sunny day at 35000 feet. the weather sponsored by cattle airways voted world's best air line of 2021. cycling shaheen did its work, as you know through a man. it's still there. as a little band of thunderstorms in the coast of yemen, it may be so affecting areas of a man as well. otherwise it's fairly dry picture. there's a possibility of a development in the radian sea that might turn into a tropical depression. it's showers coming off the coast of anybody further south and go to route. and if it does develop into something, you know, more likely come towards the cost amount further serve. so it's dry, flexible future that includes all of pakistan as well. in fact, most the middle east and iran is dry at the moment, but there's clearly some hint of the forthcoming change of season with snow falling in afghanistan, so falling in the caucasus as well. quite a strong wind across the caspian sea,
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bringing showers into northern iran. same wind direction across the black sea. so clearly windy time, the bathrooms and a few showers in the north of turkey becomes slightly better during thursday. the snow start falling. we shall still there in the north, iraq as by john. jumpy a long way south with the seasonal rains coming slow disaster. you still see the edge the monsoon winds catching. for example, kenya was not bringing very much rain with it. otherwise, in south africa, $10.00 has they were, but it's still a hot boat wrong dohler eastwards, the weather sponsored by cattle airways, voted world best air line of 2021 on air or online the pont at the debate or pacific people. the ocean is our identity as the source of well b, we are the ocean. when no topic is off the table, it's as children side atmosphere. people are demoralized. they're exhausted and many health care workers are experiencing p t s d like symptoms jump into the stream, and ju, he not global community of heal online on youtube. right now,
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you can be part of those conversations. wealth this stream. oh, now to sierra, ah ah, ga 0 reminder, what top stories this are taiwan is defense minister says relations with china of the worst in more than 40 years. and the beijing will be capable of a full scale invasion by 2025. a record number of chinese military planes recently flew inside a buffer zone. close to tie one's air defenses. facebook, c, e o. mark zuckerberg is pushing back off to the whistle. blowers critical testimony to us congress in a blog post. he says his company's research has been taken out of context and he
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says it's a logical to argue that it pushes content for profit. perform a product monitor. francis hogan is told, lo, makers and capitol hill. the social media giant is an urgent threat to its users. and should be regulated, she says the company sites, home, children, stoke divisions and, and we can democracies, officials say it was almost 12 hours before the damaged pipeline was investigated. off to oil, seeped into waters of southern california. the coast guards, as it didn't have enough evidence of the problem on the darkness. and a lack of technology didn't help me with trying to find out if the damage was caused by a ship's anchor. more than 570000 liters of oil is leaked into the ocean and is now washing up on beaches. we've determined that approximately 4000 feet of the 17.7 mile pipe wine has been displaced and it's been latterly displaced by a 105 feet. what they further located was
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a 13 inch split in that pipe on, on the side of the pipe, that a is a likely source of release of oil. so far this year, the death toll from covered 19 in the u. s. is higher than the total recorded there for all of last year. more than 700000 people of no died in the united states from illnesses linked to corona virus. ah, washington national cathedral mark the fatalities by ringing its bell 700 times. more people have been recorded as dying from the disease in the us than any other country, but tens of millions of americans still refused to get vaccinated. a growing number of people in brazil are struggling to afford food. as a consequence of the economic fall out of covered 19 many a homeless and unable to feed themselves and nutritional diet. after the government scaled down, aid, theresa bull reports eating every day has become
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a challenge for people like eddie on a former prisoner who lives on the streets of rio de janeiro surviving here the past year he says has been a challenge the way that this problem is, is up on the meal issue since the beginning of the pandemic, the streets, a very crowded and everything is become very difficult. now, no one stops here to help us. there are a lot of people dying because they couldn't get emergency aid. the impact of coven 19 has devastated brazil. almost 600000 people have lost their lives, and millions have been forced into poverty. i mean, rising food prices and unemployment. researchers say at least 19000000 brazilians are struggling for food. and recent images of people's caving animal carcasses for scraps of food have shocked the country as the difficulties people are facing each day sink in. those actually get big. i'm with i've taken meat from the truck many times. we take the meat and are happy. but now there's a lot of demand because everyone has caught onto it. they either taking it from the
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truck or straight from the supermarket. at the beginning of the pandemic for sales press it enjoyable. tornado campaigned against locked downs, saying hunger was worse than coven. 19. that's why last year the government distributed emergency cash handouts to help families and businesses. but this year, government aid has been dramatically scaled back. was another problem is that on the one hand, he has a very new liberal minister of economics that does not want to spend does not want to provide direct help for, for the population. also not always campaign against the program. so he would say that both of i was an immediate how bad lula and the politicians from the workers party from better use to buy people's votes to buy bose. ah good will. right? so as a substantial is a program that will keep people from working,
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there is an ideal ideological barrier at the soup kitchen in real hundreds of people i showing every day to receive a meal there in desperate need of help. if i were to buy learned of improv that accumulating pretty of who i was working, i had a job, i rented an apartment and i was able to pay the rent. i worked and under salary every month, then the panoramic game, i lost my job. i couldn't pay my rent anymore. volunteers in the soup kitchen say, most of those coming here face a similar situation. we have lost their jobs and cannot afford to pay a rent anymore. 20 years ago, brazil became a success story when government programs pushed millions of people out of poverty. now it's an example of the government's inability to deal with the consequences of coven 19. but he said, well, i'll just cedar. a group of farmers, a says control of bolivia is largest cocoa market members of the younger community,
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fort police and government back protesters before storming into the market place in the capital. a pause. they say they're the rightful owners of the country's cocker trade or about money has more. oh, a moment of celebration for a group of coca palmas from bolivia of ethnic younger community that spent 10 days trying to take control of this marketplace in the capital, the path from rival performers. the scene is in contrast to the violent confrontation earlier with security forces. outside their protests is blocked, and nearby road and its surrounding area and cascade of tear gas dispersed the crowd. but they soon resumed breaking through police lines to enter the market place. thank god, god did justice for us, so we could regain our coca market. oh,
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we're only the producers. the police who support another group of coca growers wants to silence us with gas and bullets. lupins has been a battle ground between 2 rival groups of coca farmers, one loyal to the government, the other to the opposition, which had taken the market from its young rivals last month. the market place is important because more than 90 percent oblivious. coakley business is done here, and it generates a $173000000.00 us dollars a year. the cocoa leaf is often choose, am brewed by people in the andes to cope with altitude sickness. and it's also a roar ingredients. in cocaine, members of the younger community, say they at the right 4 and historic owners of the coca industry. they have caught on the government to allow them to continue this tradition and they accused their leaders of trying to profit from their trade. they say tough working conditions
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have forced them to protest. oh no, we demand that the government under the general cook a lot that a resolution has to be passed to enable the transfer of a commercialization market to a new site for coca growers in order to guarantee the peace and unity of the youngest president. eva morales has accused the youngest of being paid off to act against his government. he says he's organizing a counter march next week. and the battle for controlled of bolivia lucrative coca trade hangs in the balance law about a manly al jazeera but his own voice. the 1st official from europe to meet the taliban in kabul. since his takeover of of janice done some gas as the u. k. special representative of canister, and he held talks for the telephones deputy prime minister miller are bought a dog and u. k. government spokesman says they discussed how brittany could help. afghanistan addressed the humanitarian crisis and raised the treatment of minorities and women
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. bob frances says he feels deep sorrow after a report revealing details of sexual abuse within the catholic church in france. it says that have been nearly 330000 victims over the past 70 years. investigation describes what it calls deep and cruel indifference are the church. the bach reports. many children abused by members of the catholic church were not believed or listened to for years. some were even accused of contributing to what had happened to them. among those victims, olivia 7 jak abused by a priest when he was 13, squeeze it in season we sit and while yes, the report is an earthquake. yes, it's a hurricane. yes, it's a soon army way, and it has to be a soon army because the day when we see the numbers it's so damning that no one can be in denial because both within the catholic church and the whole of society don't . yeah. the roman catholic church betrayed the trust of the young and vulnerable on
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a devastating scale. the conclusion of a 2 and a half year investigation into clerical child abuse carried out by $3000.00 suspected peter files and the french church on a poopoo to shoot from, says in the french population. now aged 18 and over 216000 plus or minus 50000 was sexually assaulted by clerics priests or nuns as minor soon as possible. the and when lay members of the church such as teachers at catholic schools are included, 6 the number of char victims, climes to 330000 of the 7 decade periodontal and poor measure. keyed for a major point, the must been lined is until the early 2000 school there was a deep total and even coolant difference. for years, recent scandals have decimated the church. his credibility at a time of dwindling attendances. last year defraud french catholic priest, bernard printer was sentenced to 5 years in jail for abusing scouts in his care.
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several decades ago. the case also led to the resignation of his superior, the archbishop of leon philly. barbara accused of covering up the abuse. the scandal in france is the latest to hit. the catholic church rocked by abuse scandals around the world. in june, pope france is said the church abuse crisis was a world wide catastrophe. this year he issued an extensive revision of church law insisting bishops take robust action against clerical abuse. the french church said in march, it would propose some form of financial aid to the victims. the campaigners have been left asking how it's possible to put a price on suffering. ne palka al jazeera romani as president calling for consultations after the government was brought down by a no confidence vote in parliament. the officers, the l positions, accusing the government of mishandling. the corona virus pandemic and the economy. the president now has to nominate a new prime minister monies lake fug albini in tim buck. 2 is being reduced to
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a desert by climate change. the un says more than 300000 people have had to leave their homes and move elsewhere because there isn't enough water into those hoc reports on the edge of tim book to is a disappearing lake, with the temperatures approaching 50 degrees celsius, vanished into thin air or the green waters of the mighty lake figure being by my modified mamma. do this one says it's getting hotter, he's no longer a fisherman. he's witnessed waves of sand gradually take over the waterways. he once sailed for fish, the sea shells from a life that once existed, remain gone, are the mango trees and the green gardens for farming mourns for smuggler, never go to talking to him, and then if it hold on one, there was water on our land. weaker rice and wheat look at it now. the people, the village, are building natural barriers to stabilize the sand dunes and stop them from moving already. the sand is dangerously close to their homes. from above, the natural barriers looks like a fishing net cast over the sand. and attempt to stop the unstoppable desert dunes
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have already buried holmes. now it's headed for the nearby school. i'm from edible oak. seen you called up with a cut sign of you see this sand dune wasn't there before it entered the school from the right. the ground was flat between those 2 blocks. this is a school for almost 400 students. that's an entire generation, a last generation, a generation condemned to fleet, or be recruited more droughts here a rainfall. water has become scarce farmers and herders fight over it in areas where the 1000000 state is largely absent. arm groups, including a kind of control access to water and arable land, giving it only to those willing to join their ranks. the combination of the om conflict and the effect of climate change is like a death sentence for those population. when the whales are empty, i mean people are on, i have to flee in search of fha that water,
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and there are places where people fight for water. it's a source of conflict between communities to day. 300000 people have fled an area where there was once an abundance of water. the surface of it was once lake like a bean, is hot with an unknown gas in it's killing the remaining shrubs. forcing the last people to leave this vanishing oasis, in search of a more friendly climate. nicholas hawk al jazeera, the nobel prize in physics has been awarded to 3 scientists for discoveries in climate and complex physical systems. the nobel committee says dakota mana, be close. hustling on joe's jo perisi, revealed ground breaking contributions to our understanding of complex physical systems that includes making it easier to find patterns which help to predict extreme weather. i never imagined that this. ah saint, hans. i would begin to study has had
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a huge consequences. and, ah, i was doing it just because of my guide. you city. the international space station is about to become cinemas, most expensive movie set russian actress, julia priscilla and director clim chapin uncle have arrived on board. they blasted off in a saw you spacecraft to shoot the 1st ever feature film in space ship. ah, this is orders here. these are the top stories timelines. defense minister says beijing will be capable of a full scale invasion by 2025 since friday. a record number of chinese military aircraft have flown inside an air defense buffer zone close to taiwan or remaining within international airspace. beijing sees the island as part of its territory.


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