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october 15th, so only 6 days away. the government says it's needed to avoid another lockdown that critics people out on the street to night and roam, say it infringes on their personal freedoms, live pictures from arm there is the protest continue against covet, green pass. we're coming up how fast the i will grab a break on the new sound when we come back. people in western argentina, blaming oil companies for arising. number of earthquakes, basil sports news with fara and the teenage shore. this teenage dodson 1st match since her u. s. o and triumph, but it ends and defeats. ah hello there, we'll have a look at the weather in africa in just a moment, but 1st let's look to the middle east and it's warm, it's relatively dry,
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but it is rather dusty. we've got a shamar wind blowing down, that's a northerly wind from iraq into q, weights. and cats are kicking up a lot of dust, so hazy sunshine for this area as well as the u. a. but the temperature is going to get down in doe hot in the days to come and with that we are going to see the humidity pick up will be sitting in early thirty's. by the time we get to choose day for the know for this, temperatures are above average, but down in the south we think from coastal showers around areas of yemen. nice feed into those from this on the shower, the cross at central band of africa, heavier across parts of ethiopia, as we go into monday. however, it's going to be gone or that see some of the heavier falls. those storms brewing across the gulf of guinea. lots of showers for parts of the democratic republic of congo. those come with the heat of the day and further south to south africa. we've had a trough push through from the west to the east, leaving behind plenty of sunshine. in cape town, it is looking rather wet though, for eastern areas, johannesburg, seeing some rain,
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but it's going to be the east of mozambique that sees the rain pick up. by the time we get some monday that sure weather ah. with tiny hidden cameras, criminals are illegally filming, and sharing people's most intimate moments. when used to investigate south korea's by coming the demick on al jazeera inequality, corruption, repression, and rate political. it just decided to cost to the piece of cake. and i wanted a new documentary explores the desk for the state of democracy in lebanon. oh, no. through the eyes of those who are losing hope every day. oh james, i'm going to democracy. maybe democracy for sale on al jazeera.
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mm. mm. you want to help save the world. sneeze into your own. ah, lou. aah! on the news hour here at al jazeera, these are the top stories. the austrian chancellor sebastian coats has announced his resignation, cuts his currently under investigation over corruption allegations. he is accused of using public funds to gain favourable press coverage, though he denies those charges. senior us and taliban officials have been holding
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talks, hearing cutter, the 2 sides, disgust, aid and getting covert vaccinations into afghanistan. the taliban delegation will later meet you representatives. and in libya, you and refugee office has been forced to closed off to being overwhelmed by hundreds of people seeking re settlement a day earlier, about 2000 migrants in libya, stepped from a detention center. the chinese president, she didn't pay his again promised. there will be peaceful reunification with taiwan . she was speaking at a ceremony mocking a 110 years since the end of china's imperial rule. he avoided previous rhetoric that included using force against taiwan. but the island has come under growing military and political pressure to accept china's sovereignty. just in the past week, nearly 150 chinese warplanes approached taiwan des space robin bride. following developments from hong kong. these comments by president she jane pain came at an
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event to mark the 1911 revolution which saw the end of dynastic rule by china's emperors and the birth of modern china. it is an event that is marked both in mainland china and also in taiwan. and is the obvious opportunity for chinese leaders to bring up this vision of re unification whereby territories are returned to the motherland as we have seen with macau and hong kong. with in theory, taiwan being next. she called for the peaceful reunification with taiwan. but warned that there should be no foreign interference, basically, this being taken as a warning to the us not to get involved. he also had a very stern warning for anybody in taiwan who might be considering taking the path of actual independence, fully agree java. taiwan independence is the greatest obstacle to national unification and a grave danger. national rejuvenation goes to forget their heritage,
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betrayed their motherland and seek to split the country. oh, it will come to no good and they will be scorned by the people and condemned by history. taiwan marks its national day on sunday with an administration and a people who are by and large set against any talk of re unification. especially in the face of increasing tensions and the incursions by nearly a 150 a war plains from mainland china. a week ago, in statements issued on saturday, a taiwan called on bay ging to abandon what it described as provocative intrusions and harassment saying that the future of the island rests in the hands of its people. now the ongoing government in the czech republic looks to have fallen short of the parliamentary majority in the general election. it means opposition coalitions hope they can take over from the controversial prime minister andre bobby's. and adding bobbin reports aiming to take power in the czech republic. the
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today general election has seen a strong showing by the together coalition of conservative and christian democrat parties. its leader, petra fiala says the opposition is ready to form the next governments. the vote was widely seen as a referendum on prime minister under a rubbish and as predicted, it's his centrist and oh, or yes, movement that's coming out ahead of any other single party. the countries president has said that is what will determine the mandate, the foreman you government, meaning 67 year old babich gach detroit 1st avenue and have a flat tire on it. i've told voters what i can offer them. i'm hardworking courageous, decisive, and i'll look after check interests in europe. the opposition blames babich for chaotic leadership during the covet 19 pandemic. the czech republic has suffered one of europe's worse per capita, deaf tolls. the european union has accused babich of a conflict of interest around his former business empire. and recently he denied
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reports in the pandora papers that he put more than $20000000.00 into shell companies to buy properties in france. validus may and all sudden were democrats. we voted for one of the democratic collisions, both my husband and i chose the per stan coalition, mainly because they are not the a n. l party. pitched down is a coalition between even bartos and his pirate party, which already controls the capitol, prague, and a grass roots movement of local mason, independence and right bobby, shes accused pierce done of selling out the country by supporting more european integration and eventual adoption of the euro, this is, it certainly should not be the pirates in these coalitions because they are horrible. the outgoing governments worried some vote is by taking on large debts, but it's promised to continue raising public sector wages and pensions. it's not clear whether that's enough for it to hold on to power. nadine barber al jazeera on sunday here rock will hold its 5th election since the 2003 us that invasion that
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entered the role of president saddam hussein. an early election was one of the main demands of the demonstrators during their protests in october of 2019 alhashan as our report from baghdad on sunday, ali intense to vote for the 1st time in his life. 2 years ago, he saw another fest here in town square. oh, thousands of people who came to the streets in protest against corruption, mismanagement, and foreign medlink in iraq suffers, was only 70. and he joined here and it will be dodge on a good done an amazon video she at the beginning we were hoping to force a change. we made some baby steps than they confronted us with violence. they killed a lot of young people. so people deserted the demonstrations and demands weren't met at the time. he was thrilled to be part of the anticipated change. but now he says he feels stuck between hope and mistrust. one is how barbara in this election
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i'm 30 percent optimistic. because if there are good people in parliament, things will change. but if not, everything is going to be the same. we saw we can change, but it's not going to be only me. we all should join forces because all the previous governments in 2003 failed the people. while this selection is his 1st, it's the 5th. since the us invasion in 2003 that toppled the rule of them president saddam hussein. and since the protest in 2019, the only change that stake him, these has been the replacement of them. prime minister either ogden maddie with most awful codley me and his government introduced a new electoral law that was approved by the parliament, replace him bigger constituencies with smaller ones. al cardona dreaded up up was had the new law gives academics and professionals that chance to run independently . there are minority, but at least they'll pay the way for a new ethical road map. well, that's completely different from the one of the full say of our own. more than
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$640.00 international observers will monitor the election. however, the european union steam will have a different mandate. we watch, we document, we take note and we report. we have no mandate for interference. we have no mandate for super wise or interfere into domestic affairs. the main political parties and veteran politicians do most of their campaigning at large meetings. candidates are making big promises and gatherings like this. they're aware of the discontent among the voters who are going through a crisis of frost with politicians many or say they want the election to be a vehicle for drastic change. but this is not what those running for office can or are willing to as well. the selection isn't only about domestic politics
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and other countries are expected to influence the vote. it's only natural that there will be influence. there are political parties who are closely connected and related to either regional or international support or have support. and i'm definitely with the idea that iraq becomes an a positive effect has a positive effect on the, on the regional issues, all regional issues, and not become a ground for proxy wars anymore. iraq's electric commission says it expects to announce the result within 24 hours of falling stations closing, but it's unlikely any block will win outright and a hunk parliament is widely expected. and that would make installing a new government and prime minister in iraq. another difficult task, i. li, i shall jazeera back that if you forces have launched a new round of air and ground strikes against rebels,
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the attacks took place in manpower region. the great peoples liberation front has been fighting for government forces in the north for the last 11 months. his samuel got to to an independent journalist who tells us ethiopian troops have been planning these attacks on ticker rebels for weeks. it's been reported by fe, reliable mainstream, new sites, or news agencies that and they talk and side has really gone what they've been saying from 4 weeks since a few been prime minister. went to turkey, for instance, trying to get some drones or some kind of military support that this action will happen. and it's, it seems it's happening now and, and some of us will have watched it from near us government forces. and now our forces are really mobilizing the support that they need to really move forward and perhaps try to claim what was taken by the t p. a left,
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a few months ago. they said it was a negotiated, it was just announced by the job site. they never accepted it, they called a quote unquote. so it was never accepted and the conflict really continued. and the t p left started moving from their region, the to gray region, moving to the region higher region and really begun to be more engaged. military wise was friends that never has been explained, and they've started gaining towns and villages and that really put in a very compromising position. and that's why perhaps the job and side tried to regroup and come back. and this is auction that has been anticipated for a while from 10 years launched a new conservation drive, offering people to chance to name an elephant for around $5000.00. the country needs the money to continue to fight against elephant poaching. katherine sawyer.
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as this report from the embassy national park in southern kenya, labor's name means gentle in the local messiah language, and she has just been said, wait, it needs to be called by wildlife officials. so they can track her movements as well as those of 70 other elephants in her heart. they want to keep them from straying into people's forms at homes, and protect them from poachers. where are these elephants going? are we able to anticipate human while if conflict early enough to have it prevented? because we can see where these animals agree. so we have a system, but kenya's endangered animals are facing another threat that's causing more conflict between wildlife and people. climate change, rivers are trying out greasing land is shrinking, and some roots long used by wildlife for migration have been blocked by human settlements. to deal with all this, kenya needs more money for conservation. and with the koran of ours,
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pandemic keeping many visitors away. revenue from tourism isn't enough. climate change is real. under is more dangerous than even fortune. we can control the borders, we can use ammunition to safeguard our elephant, but we can not use ammunition to safeguard the climate. we need to have a long term plan. 2017. we lost over $400.00 elephant from just dropped a my what it is the coming year. oh oh. here at the embassy national park, an annual ceremony has been launched, where corporations and individuals pay 5000 years dollars to name an elephant. the aim this year is to raise $1000000.00, much of it for conservation initiatives. like this one. it's a conservancy run by communities that have allowed wildlife a safe passage to woods on their land. their eldest c, protecting the wildlife,
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gives them a sense of pride and are also seeing the benefits of it. so what rob hallie had before, conversation began, we were not benefiting from the way life would make some money about it. we keep it for our children to double our young people are also being employed. as community game rangers, the focus is now shifting from protecting kenya's wildlife, from approaches paulette or poisoned arrow to climate change which has been described as a bigger, more dangerous threat that needs to be dealt with quickly. if animals like the elephant or to be kept alive, katherine sawyer al jazeera, i the amber sally national park. a people of western argentina of noticed the groundsmen shaking beneath them a lot more over the last year. when more than $200.00 earthquakes reported in that time, and geologists blame it all on fracking. teresa reports from south albany t o in argentine is no quinn province. it's one
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of the largest shale oil and gas reserves in the world vac. i'm what it is located in argentina, but the only a region, it covers an area of over 30000 square kilometers. and extraction companies have invested heavily in exploiting it is in this and the while has been living in the regional town of south salvador all his life. he says, well, he's glad of the new economic opportunities brought by the companies. there is also a downside earthquakes. the key comes from william intronas burleson. these are not natural movements. i never felt before. i felt for very strong shakes that broke my house. the house started to shake and for a few seconds we all looked at each other and then it stopped. increasingly locals are blaming the practice of racking for this is miguel devotee. fracking uses thousands of liters of water and sand that are injected in the soil at high pressure to push out the oil and gas. scientists continue to debate whether the
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practice can provoke earthquakes. although a recent study in argentina says, there is a direct link between fracking and sysmic activity right across this river. there is at least 90 sites where oil and gas are being extracted using fracking. people living in the area say that the fis mc activity here began when oil company started operating in this area, there's report off i'd least 36 small earthquake of happening in just one weekend to leave her go within this house, has several cracks because of the tremors, he says he's hoping or so he will help him and his neighbors fortify their homes for what is likely to become a regular thing. yeah, not any damage. this is we're not denying. there is an increase in activity. the importance is how strong the earthquakes are and how to prepare the population. we need to know who is doing it and how and where the population is. we to sit down at
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the same table and plan how it's going to be done. but almost everyone agrees argentina's economy struggling and promoting oil and gas extraction is crucial to helping the country recovery yet before. oh perfect, you think? but people like romantic law concerned, he's a member of the my 14 dead unit community and is worried about his children's future monitoring capacity of america. there were over 30 wells that have been marked anal tier tree. they now working on the other side. but imagine what it's going to be like when they come over here. i didn't in as a government is pushing to increase oil and gas production and hoping to increase investment in back um whatever communities in the area i hoping their interests will be considered. tour murphy, they said, well i'll just cedar. so sal one he don't ident, tina sport is coming up on the snooze. are the toughest foot bryce on the planet?
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apparently, no match for this moroccan run a pharaoh. we'll have that on the rest of the sport. in a moment. i talked to al jazeera, we ask what gives you hope that there is going to be peace because the situation on the ground seems to be pointing. otherwise we listen. we were never on their whatever road to off migration. we meet with global news makers until about the stories that matter on al jazeera. a diverse range of stories from across the gland. from the perspective of on networks, journalists on al jazeera in the country with an abundance of results rate. lauren, walk indonesia whose firms for me, we move full to grow and fraud. we balance for green economy, blue economy, and the digital economy. with the new job creation law,
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indonesia is progressively ensuring the policy reform to create quality jobs investment. let's be part when the lease is broke and progress. invest indonesia. now, lou ah ah. we are back on the news out of it with your sport has far come all. thank you so much for the wine world champion. louis hamilton was fastest and qualifying for sunday's turkish wrong pre, but he won't be starting in po position for sunday's race. mercedes driver who's chasing a 5th street title, is taking a 10 place grid penalty for an engine violation about to reboot us. we'll start 1st with red bulls max. we're stopping in 2nd. hamilton leads for sap and by 2 points
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in the tunnel stand. it was really tricky the session in general because there's still some damp patches and getting the temperature in the ties with gross. i wasn't easy but yeah, really, really great job by the team. so happy with the performance in terms of getting us out the right time. tomorrow's gonna be difficult but i'll give it everything. and today was definitely a little bit crystal and we had the series is all we want the we tried everything. so we just need to understand what we could have done better. that will, of course, while we can change the journey more and we'll see more what we, what we can do. south africa have continued their unbeaten run and the 2nd round of african world cup qualifying. it's a pretty shocking a glove work by ethiopia as keeper helped before before to with 31. when earlier south africa haven't appeared up to final since hosting them in 2010 this latest. when means they talk group g and our one point i hadn't gone at who beats and bob
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way, 31 back in front saturdays. heavyweight had a fight between tyson cherry and dante. wilder looks, sat to live up to its name. neither man has ever been have year for professional contest. the pair meeting for the 3rd time, the 1st fight ended in a draw with w. b. c champion jury winning the 2nd bout last february. very beliefs as added weight while given me an advantage this time out a box, it means total obliteration. how about dasa? total annihilation? that's what it means to me. come, this is the key to the storm. you know, i know that when i'm not calm, my mind is cloudy. so when your mind is cloudy allows you to make a bad decisions. but when you com, you can weather the storm. when you're calm, you're able to see certain things you're able to decide, make great decisions. boxing writer, gareth a davis is in las vegas for the fight,
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and he spent time inside furies training camp had of this contest. in the typical fury, joking manner. he's grown the bad this time, and he's told me, take you all the animal ferrets of a grizzly bear, because he's got to fight an mole dionte while he's always got a story for us. that's what, that's what makes him so it's training. there's nothing like big stadium fights. big auditorium fights for boxing. the atmosphere is always incredible. and there's nothing like heavy weights fighting because they all the pinnacle of the school, the giant and the blue ribbon division. as we always say, there's boxing and heavyweight boxing. and it's generally about knockouts, because, you know, they all the most powerful punches in the schools. the fact that both men have been out for nearly 20 months. they will be ring ross and it doesn't matter how much storing you do. there's nothing like the electrified atmosphere of the actual flights on the big occasion where we expect 16000 people to be in the t mobile
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arena on saturday. not here in las vegas. i think it will have an impact and i think it brings the old closer together. because john j wilds has look fantastic physically, he's made adjustments. he looks very explosive. his arms and his upper body looked bigger. the weight doesn't matter, of course. in the heavyweight division, but when he be slower, i think wilder is looking to explode very quickly on a tyson fury that has been full for 20 months and he's been through for training camps. i think this is a much closer fight than if they'd fall last summer because of the coven delays. i'm out read a canada's 1st match since her us up in triumph has ended in defeat. the 18 year old lost in straight sets at indian wells, right. kind of stand the tennis world with her when in new york last month, the britain is now rank number $22.00 in the world, but this was only her 5th career event add to her level 1st match. the grand slam champion ended in a 626 for loss against a li, cassandra sas,
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no. which of beller i'm still so new to everything like the experiences that i'm going through right now, even though i might not feel a 100 percent amazing right now, like i know that the, the great to good and for the bigger picture. i'll be thinking this moment um, so yeah, that's, that's the lapse of my thing that he can easily get sucked into just being so focused on, on the resolve and getting disappointed. but i mean, i'm 18 years old. i need to cut myself some slot and moroccan runner rash. it al more be it. he has claimed an 8th, a straight marathon de sab, title or beat. he won the 2nd one saturdays, final stage to win the race. 19 minutes and 13 seconds ahead of his brother mohammed the 6th day, 251 kilometer ultramarathon through the sahara desert is considered to be the toughest foot race on earth. it was the 1st time it was held in more than 2 years. due to the coven 19 pandemic. okay,
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and that is i sport for now. back to you cloud. thank you. far, far, i think more sport, an annex news are 2100 outs g t, which will come from our london news center. that's where we're heading next. to proper sarah with the latest news in a moment. mm hm. and l just the world's feet, said she dizzy and family, facing agonizing choices and an uncertain future. we had the family type had enough of it and i want to move out another country. disillusioned with life been struggling, economy can yet, and my dream was to become a lawyer or
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a judge. i really wanted back what the circumstances at unity and family high hopes desperate lives on al jazeera, unkindly. the cost is the world to dependence on coal and dar invested about get a bailout venezuela, launching the digital volleyball. i'm an attempt to revive its currency and back to the seventy's. thank place you making an unwelcome return. counting the calls on al jazeera october. oh, now to sierra them growing vaccine inequality to the political and economic impact the latest development. as the corona virus pandemic continues to spread across the globe. democracy made an expensive new series explored the ever growing challenges to democracy around the world. former became a catholic president place come for it goes on 5 for the assassination of his
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predecessor thomas banker, context india. direct removed by brings insights and perspectives from the world's most populous democracy. you work, he's go to the pool in an election likely to define the countries future. october on al jazeera. ah, the 1st high level talks between the taliban and u. s. officials in doha, afghanistan's new leader is a say that they're ready to reset the relationship with washington. ah, hello barbara, are you watching al jazeera life and love that also coming up reports of
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a new offensive in ethiopia as amara region where the government has launched drone strikes on to gray and rivals libyan authorities.


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