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is lay down their arms 5 years on a meet, rising dissent and fruitful, please repression a new like the violent has wrought when they send people in power. if the agreement is failing and what's next, the country columbia killing the p on al jazeera. ah, i'm rob addison, doha, the top stories on al jazeera and i was quick and pakistan has killed at least 20 people on hundreds more have been injured. it measured $5.00, and it happened that the early hours of thursday, while people was sleeping, the worst hate areas reported to be the city of hon. 9 baluchistan province. rescuers is struggling with poor roads and bad cellphone coverage in the area. come all hider heads. this updates from islam of odd. this is anadia,
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which has mostly marked and gone construction. re poor construction quality had killed. many of the people were trapped on dead, a roof, at least 20 killed at military helicopter. then what rush through that area to evacuate, the more seriously injured and also to move change than other equipment. this is i've gotten more region and the fact that the quake were there, shallow one caused considerable damage. it also cut off the key access road. so people like to work order to force responders who had to work with dodge lights to dig through the robot. however, we adore that military rescue. teams are now dead. the national debt, the provincial disaster management. auto did not dare and did of god robbing to see what had happened on the ground and how many structure have collapsed. i did wake what felt as far away at the provincial capital went about
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a 168 kilometers away from road and other radio than aftershocks, of course continued. but so far, the dead goal is not significantly high. however, we shall find out at the rescue efforts and the recovery effort i've got to get underway. the 1st time the world health organizations recommending the widespread use of a malaria vaccine for children. it's been tested the job in 3 countries since 2019 malaria is the primary cause of childhood illness and death in sub saharan africa was more than 260000 deaths every year. i. some of you may know i started my career as a multi researcher, and i longed for the day that we would have an effective vaccine against this ancient and terrible diseases. and today is that day on historic day to day doubly tuesday commending the broad use of the world's
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1st my leader vaccine. a u. s. federal court has suspended a law in the state of texas, which effectively bands, abortions that have been nationwide protest since it was imposed last month. it's regarded as the most restrictive law on abortion control in the country, the by the ministration challenge, the law after the u. s supreme court allowed it to go ahead. wednesday's ruling is temporary. it says the court won't allow what a describes as the offensive deprivation of such an important, right. the un secretary general has demanded evidence from ethiopia after 7, un star for expelled for allegations of misconduct. and tenure tell us intervened in a rare public exchange with ethiopia as ambassador, is calling on its government to allow unrestricted access to deliver humanity in aid to millions of people. the country is facing any mouse, humanitarian crazies. that the man's immediate attention. all efforts should be squarely focused on saving lives and dividing immersive human tragedy. these makes
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law searches his announcement by the government of ethiopia to expel 7th senior un officials. most of them humanitarian stuff. but equally disturbing. the vice president of the philippines, lenny robledo has an answer. she'll be running for president next year, robledo as a human rights lawyer and leader of the opposition. she has been a critic of the current president rodrigo, to 30 and his violent crackdown on the illegal drug trade. peruse prime minister guido valued or has been replaced just 2 months after taking office. former president of congress, mister vasquez is going to step in be either is a left wing politician and he's been accused of sympathizing with rebel fighters and promoting the nationalization of key sectors. that's angered congress and large sections of the population. those are the headlines more of course, on the website, al jazeera dot com coming up next on al jazeera,
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the dock side of green energy. goodbye. ah . i was planning to see tomorrow to protest against climate change. the projects are planned. a massive crime marching from blue square for years and it's existence has been denied. but to day climate change has become a global concerned. citizens are asking their elected officials for concrete solutions to fight pollution and rising temperatures. why should we study for a future that is being taken away from us? in 2015, 195 countries committed to reducing their c o. 2 emissions at the end of the comp
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$21.00 conference. the new energy transition initiatives were officially launched off of my book. so luck girl, the party. i thought that the age of petroleum dominant has come to an end green technologies such as wind turbines and solar panels will now find their place. this is one of the most impressive and astounding technological revolutions in all history. make our planet great again. mm. one object becomes a symbol of this new ecological era. v electric car noodle shock hold on kurt only zack hold on here. cuz he'd only toss. i went to a think hello. no, it is under tony poor. lemme does say would do to lip hold empty.
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people are just talking about wind and solar is if that's gonna solve the problem. it won't as the energy transition takes us away from fossil fuel resources, it is already generating new environmental design. everything which surround us with him and society is made of minerals. basically, electric cars are made of metal to mineral ocean. they need to be mind somewhere ventilate to gain ever the ship, put him down without it, and then it should listen to it too much with them. they took a, took it with a dark side of cream energies and often overlooked because the industrial and political challenges are numerous. the police run out a ticket that he must be wishing of his home. all that club awaits on his son. all measures did okay. is it a push it to so now, so soon as like if you could secondly figure so that he told you, so he had
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a fear that you will hear that i'm all assume. what if the promise of clean energy was only an illusion? what of green text remedies were actually worse than the evils of fossil fuels? ah ah! the ecological transition is above all an economic transition to be convinced, one only needs to visit the stanza, genevas huge car, show electric is in fashion. it is even the industries future new vehicles are presented as green
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or stamped as e for 0 emissions. the ecological argument offers traditional car makers the opportunity to reinvent them . because since the diesel gate scandal in 2015, buyers have become more responsible adopters. off electric vehicles are people who believe in sustainability. they wanted the goods for the environments and they want to do their parts to contribute to fewer emissions and less pollution . graham you to shikeria isn't up. there stood any more distribution than overall going to what your pop, a city which already click. and this is why i, for us, at the end of you group, it's important to offer electric fights driving in each of our segments.
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in addition to the public's new found awareness, there are new environmental constraints. this is one of the effects of ca 21, especially in the european union. by 2030 vehicles will have to emit almost 40 percent less c o 2 per kilometer. the electric car results firstly from political decisions. we have to meet the c o 2 emission targets there are sets by that european commission that all of us manufacturers have to make and they're becoming more and more stringent. if we don't meet those targets, there are penalties that will follow and we will have to pay those penalties. and this is what we of course want to avoid. ah, what we hear from the automakers is that the electric car presents only advantages
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on top of preserving the environment, it will create new jobs. so it would be a technological miracle. to morrow, hundreds of millions of electric vehicles will drive all over the planet. but manufacturers know perfectly well electric vehicles are not as clean as they are telling us. yes, oil has been abandoned. but other raw materials, which have become essential have replaced it. these are rare metals mccoy, associate,
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multi picture kill. shoot him. so was busty. so what i'm going all the luck with does look what will be me to walk? i see coma law law only thought look latina if you would read the middle of the proposed exotic coke when the more a murder. what pure somehow yoga doing job is to withdraw only, but if you like to visit her, she may churchill fell into fortune in which one it has been rare, metals are already present everywhere in gas fuel vehicles. mm cerium, for example, allows windshield to filter out the sun's uv rays. mm . thanks to european inter bmw screens or colored red or blue moon. ah, but in an electric car,
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the role of rare metals is much more important than they even impact the vehicles vital functions. mm. without the odaimi m v electric car simply could not roll. mm. renewed you self. are we to disable susie morsel due to these it only mortality? preach belmont, it would cost me an email to you. we could only myoshi mechanic. it won't be available. said i went through a battery is the heart of an electric car. it weighs up to half the weight of the vehicle and would not function without wear metals. to produce a maximum autonomy. an electric battery contains, among other things, cobalt or graphite. but that's not all. those in particular, it will from the megawatt box credited to him. he told me to prudish it to me to
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tell me the additional fee to visit a cornel distal clear with anything else. the automobile industry has therefore become entirely dependent on these unknown raw materials. raw materials that are also found in most green technologies. the effect that we're trying to click step is on the the me talk me, did off cordova a well was, was this a moment? i don't go poorly motel, they would yena would do to steer me to keep obama to fabric. keeley, the sooner the better. so now listen, who knew a foot door that he can only wander middle off? don't put, put, you have any analogy that you know, she who robbed at you when that those long they meet the ha, ah, clean energy,
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currently represents only 7 percent of the planets, electricity production. with the energy transition solar and wind power will supply almost half of our electricity in 2050 ah, in this greener world, it will soon be difficult to light heat or move around without rare metals, ah, mechanically, global demand will explode. don't is the ayana with willy little ha ha posse been more don't know what are the faithful nearly napalioni unknown? don't go, don't say gone, they will. yeah. no buys on till is lilian of shock of off the live dollar man? oh well which disease? gatlin thunder do the metal?
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ha ha, by william. ah, after oil dependence, we're in the process of setting up a new dependence so where do these absolutely essential resources come from? wire manufacturers, not communicating on their importance? perhaps because rare metals are extracted far from our cities, far from sight. cobalt comes mainly from mines in the democratic republic of the congo. australia, chilly, and bolivia have abundant lithium deposits. indonesia is a key producer of tantalus zirconium or 10.
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ah, thousands of mines on 4 continents are already producing hundreds of millions of tons of these resources. but one country in particular, has colossal reserves of these strategic raw materials. china the world's leading producer of rare metals, china extract 70 percent of one mineral. that is particularly prized by green tech manufacturers graphite we are in china's far north region in the province of hey,
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long young tier. the giant excavators brought down the mountain and laid bare the water tables to ensure our green future graphite as refined and antiquated factories. humans from great risks and nature is destroy graphite residues are scattered across the countryside. these lives count very little compared to the billions in business they graphite produces for beijing. and china has thousands of rare earth, metal mines and refineries indian
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antimony, gallium, but also tungsten or germanium. they are scattered throughout the country. from what i is french, what a she'll, she'll should on the way should a free tongue daughter. she no hollywood way. she'll give you a she told her to you. i await either ashley or so that it all way boxes. you got your call soda from the show show. you'll find quite that. you'll notice you'll usually either with a harmonious indicator at all. bear with me. the chinese are paying a particularly heavy environmental and human price to allow our world to transition to green energy commercial put it on the home, but have to have
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a $1515.00 to $21.00. her to which one has to be he to again to the whole her go to the heart and she came over there talking to her and some within her. there was within her. i don't if you, if you did, i don't did go for the only thing there for you, for the chile, and other than that ah, 2000 miles from hey long young in inner mongolia. the chinese have built spectacular industrial centers. those in the town about 2 are entirely dedicated to the refining of rare minerals, a specific family of rare metals. the main pollution discharged from these factories is untreated wastewater.
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at the gates of the city, a huge artificial lake is born fed by torrents of black water, saturated with assets and heavy metals such as florian or mercury dose. you don't know what will check on the he officially not have it away. it does have it called on to how you had the washer ago. you don't have to have a sure what company you wanna you know, put it into the hotel. oh no. we thought we were weatherford, our doctor will go there to go to wow. oh, and we would look i all, he took it off in algebra, her father, whom though they were to the corner here with, with the history channel. uh visa, or the mom or the tenant or cause her or her grandmother to wanna hook it up with her young 1030. i'm sure what it was, hilton thought to think my yet,
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how are you with under a foundation where these sources of pollution are the price to be paid? so our wind turbines are solar panels and our green cars can purify the air in europe. ah, whole regions at the other end of the world are destroyed and the height of the paradox is that these toxic discharges and polluting emissions continue to worse in our planets. atmospheric pollution a fairly powerful tool feller, so yet, but due to poor decrease. whoa, if want back to the or seal do sample. so like hulu, or if i come, we'll put you up officially did to get to the valuable ship to that view and i backed so for gabby's, cooler pollution was in
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a back nose of ju see, poor poor is he boy, noble me, mission, consult to do duty novick disarmed of blocker, a commonly mil to performing for the more he's when a new toyota machine was where you are green technologies contain not only rare minerals, they are also made up of all kinds of metals. even the most abundant to build a wind turbine, you need on average 20 tons of aluminum and up to 500 tons of steel. with an electric vehicle can contain up to $175.00 pounds of copper. this is 4 times more than some gasoline powered cars.
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this red brown metal is particularly popular with green tech manufacturers in passage id creek, dumont book retrieval decrease best grew it renewal year and what we can offer me a fully cabinet. fully linear p funding quad destination. will it be what you are to compel you from a debug battling upon dutiful, godly bhakti i will decree lost my losses spots. so paula w. creal, i long football. fix out fully. initials on pondering new to new treatment on the penal lunar 90, all the all the all pulling some your it on the yeah. the tongue retrieval. like all. so we'll continue slowly. croissant spoon will not actual morning, full hop on your la mem, quantity. volley, compulsions, other i call them, don't, don't, don't you? buffalo, audriel, squan these up, hold me, repeat the remaining links emerged in the need. limone. notice
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with a need for abundant metals such as copper. many other countries are now impacted by the production of green energy. is the subject the promoters of the energy transition are remaining very discrete about to measure the extent of the damage. we must travel thousands of miles in northern chile. it's yuki come out of mine is the world's largest open pet copper mine. this mine estate owned it is a huge crater, 2.5 miles in diameter and more than half a mile deep. as
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global demand increases, the number of people and machines in operation continues to increase in the football or to go mad that the name won't let me go over to fee nor long are you that that isn't that. think dummy, glinetta, romeo, there's a go to female said go to god, the name of the for nearly right. this will leave it in him. dick daniel b, in a closer look at the in the to go mother. civil euthanize it out a little bit. what was hint us of in dummy to and i go to feel it through. no, no, you thought go, but i would, i mean, i guess here what does it doesn't? the deluxe ciocca mata contains 13 percent of the world copper reserves. but the deeper you dig into the rock, the less metal there is with the current rates,
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the material is already starting to become scarce. as you log on to suit the lamp problem, the pollution more decree, lot normally a portions i think i yeah ma'am. the premium's universal terms that almost a unique fin. messenger, napoleon, surely completely poignant. short dollies an indian calling to his dance fed. you'll newman, if you're playing with nicholas all lit up on his shoulder creal. i'm him as with graphite in china, juki kemati contaminates the surrounding soils and rivers with its toxic releases of heavy metals discharged into nature. but in chile, copper mining has serious cascading effects. in a country where the smell supports almost 10 percent of the working population,
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only a handful of individuals dare to publicly denounced the impact of the mind on the environment that emma has been, my loa, giving battle them, will gladly. then i'm in india, in an inductor, natasha to extract and refine the copper, you need water, lots of water. chucky commodity consumes almost 2000 leaders of water per 2nd. however, in certain areas of this desert, one of the most arid zones in the world, it has not rained for 500 years but a 3rd of warfare. alice, he let not pass football earliest the hour sondra mentorship soon us for layla mean in here is a $10.00 admin for uncle for more i color sassik gala black. the gum and pilla
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bullock is a foster camera my how well again, my mother, alyssa, canada, so fast, solid explorer bumble. it tower gay, an agreement that the name of kamala said of on republican ethos, you're group alone in india, al jazeera world's beat said she dizzy and family, facing agonizing choices and an uncertain future. where had the family type had enough of it. and i want to move out another country, disillusioned with life in a struggling economy, happy. and my dream was to become a lawyer or a judge. i really want to fact what the circumstances, a tendency in family high hopes desperate lives on out to 0. when the news break, for example, the thousands of people that when people need to be home with exclusive interviews
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and in depth reports, they're choosing those sites because their civilian target al jazeera, has teams on the ground and say their numbers are barely a 5th of what they were before the foods hasn't been measured because of iraq security to bring you more rewards. we need documentaries and lives lou madison and don't have the top storage on all 0. the magnitude 5.9 hours quaking pakistan has killed at least 20 people left hundreds injured in the early hours of thursday while people was sleeping. the worst effect today we reported so far as the city of han lion baluchistan province, come on. hider has this update from islamabad. if in the navy, which has mostly marked and gone construction,
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re poor construction quality at dad killed many of the b. but what trapped on dead a roof. many as you mentioned, at least 20 killed a 1000000.


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