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11 ah, through the eyes of those who are losing home every day, o dreams are becoming blue. democracy maybe democracy for sale on al jazeera. ah. ready if you do not act until afghans whether the storm and do it soon, not only day, but all the world will pay a heavy price, the un warns action must be taken to stop a humanitarian crisis in afghanistan. ah, hello, i am, sam is a dan. this is al jazeera alive from dell hall. so coming up north korea's leader again blames the u. s. f. attention in the region saying his military build up his self defense. we are homeless,
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we have not last to go out. 0 speaks with my grants stuck in libya and desperate to get out. floss rights groups call for better protection for fishermen in southeast asia after a series of deaths at sea. ah un secretary general antonia gutierrez, she has asked nations to urgently inject cash into afghanistan's economy. the countries in the midst of a humanitarian crisis that's already affecting half the population. quoterush praised the efforts of aid agencies and says it's not enough. our deploy accounted to james bay's reports from the un. the un has been spearheading a large humanitarian operation in the 2 months since the taliban to cobra afghanistan. 3.8000000 people have received food supplies in that period. but aid
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alone will not help as the countries in tar economy is now at the risk of collapse . the un secretary general antonio good terrace, says the situation is very urgent. disease that make or break moment. if you do not ex, until afghans whether the storm and we'd soon, not only day, but although old will pay a heavy price, the taliban is acting. foreign minister says afghanistan's funds thought to total about $10000000000.00 should be immediately unfrozen or kept american the hanover, the, the shadow, hover. this is so embarrassing that a huge country, like the united states of america, is freezing in our assets. instead of helping constructing our country and ensuring order, diplomats tell me there's no way the u. s. and it's west and allies will agree to unfreeze afghanistan's assets and hand that money directly to the taliban. but the un believes there's another solution to inject money into afghanistan's economy,
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and that's using trust funds set up, for example, by the u. n development program or the world bank. and those funds can then be used to pay for vital supplies and sellers. already one such scheme is up and running, allowing a fund of $15000000.00 to be accessed by hospitals and health care workers. james bayes al jazeera at the united nations. now the acting foreign minister has been speaking about what he calls a new phase in the thought of bonds relationship with the world eletta delegation to cut out for the 1st face to face meetings with the u. s. and e. u. since foreign forces left. cobble the most methodical program to create a new chapter of the positive relationship with the world was opened. the door agreement in february 2020, between afghanistan and the united states of america is defined as good relationships. i believe that the full implementation of the doha agreement between us and the u. s. can tackle any problems. that is why it is important that both
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parties remain committed to the doha agreements. we want positive relationships with the whole world. we believe that such balance international relations can save afghanistan from instability at the same time that the article north korea's leader kim jong and says his country's weapons, solomon's is an act of self defense. he says the build up is necessary to face hostile policies from the u. s. and increasing military forces in south korea. the 2 careers have been in an accelerating arms race with both sides testing, short range, ballistic missiles and other hardware. yangovic is a professor in military strategic studies that had i'm university. he says kim jones words had a very familiar ring. his message is constant that i mean, her nose could, he has the light travel, nuclear weapons and laurel. why those put you on travel nuclear upon is that because of the u. s. a policy towards new, you know, clear, and i mean,
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those doubles tenders cannot be applied to the most korea able adult agency developing a new weapon system. north korea has been denouncing the military capability of the south korea so day on last seeing and much about the us putting weapon system. but a, what they pill is, these tests are a vital like ab, sorry, quite all. i mean, the most important bred will be a nose. korea is the u. s. weapon system, which is the u. s. courses in korea. how have ah, developed our deployed preliminary election results in the wrong point to a strong outcome for the policy of shia cleric moscow. the souther earlier the election commission confirmed the low turnout of just over 40 percent. that's the lowest since iraq introduced to democratic system after the 2003
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u. s. that invasion, former prime minister, nomadic, he looked set to have the 2nd largest boat among ship parties at a high sion as the like. this bank that support a square and bernard who sent a great the decisive victory he achieved. and the parliamentary, a doctor's note that i saw that emerging as one of the king makers about the biggest kink maker in iraq would have a big stay in the choice of the new prime minister. this is, this can't be separated from the regional warden. this under good, national said however, in case most of our son was able to ally himself with other iraqi political groups. what have season and race, and then you start them it. they might even be able to improve their choice of the prime minister on regional and international no. in the selection,
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the other window, the former prime minister mother made a comeback. according to the early results, it was able to secure around $37.00 seats. and this is for newton market. big news. not a big news is for the whole lesson that's alive with iran. they ended up with less than 20 seat. dozens of migrants remain camped outside the u. n. facility in libya seeking re settlement. they escaped a detention center west of tripoli on friday. gods shot dead at least 6 people in the mass escape and some migrants remain in hiding. malik traina has more. they've been here for days some for more than a week. they're hungry and thirsty and they've been sleeping on the turret. people give them water as they pass by the crowd of migrants outside this un facility and triple. they each have
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a story to tell mohammed the woods as he escaped from the mill, bernie detention center on friday and has been here ever since. so we are homeless, we have no place to go. do you any better supposed to been, you know, cut it must be a good bit responsibility because we have no place to go. no, no at or no you don't where we can go. it follows a crack down by libyan security services. earlier this month in the town of good garage where at least 5000 migrants or refugees were arrested, their temporary homes were destroyed. the government says they were built illegally on public land. those arrested were put in detention centers like the elma bonnie facility, or on friday, 2000 people escaped. the un said 6 migrants were killed and at least $24.00 injured . we began to pilot program say, to provides assistance in emergency really to some of these people and continue to do so in these areas around town. in next couple days,
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we've been unable to do so at the community center because of the large crowds, libya has long been a transit hub for migrants and refugees attempting to reach european shores by crossing the mediterranean. but with the recent crack down, many of them are scared. they gather here and there are hundreds outside this un facility, hoping to be relocated to other countries. women and children are among the crowds who are waiting for help. the un refugee agency says it urges the crowds to disperse, so they can help the most vulnerable and need. but most people here tell us they have nowhere else to go, and they refused to leave until they are evacuating. david came to libya from so suzanne, he says, migrants to refugees are made to wait and live in detention centers because of e u policies and restrictions the european you who are finding that the libya coast guard the pardon are intercepted in to see and then brought back to libya where the house held up in different detention center. and that not only does though the
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mileage is how we might call them. they are that the, took this people and separate them into groups where the ext of them are detained and for ransom. or, you know, this have got it through it repeating itself. there are an estimated 600000 african migrants in libby at the moment. many of them just want a better life for themselves and their families, and they believe they'll find it in europe. my latrina al jazeera triplet, anti government protesters have been demonstrating across bolivia. they say a proposed new law is a dangerous step towards a police state. it would allow authorities to investigate the assets of any citizen without a court order, but the government thinks it's essential to tackling elicit earnings, and boosting the economy. daniel shimla reports, opponents of the government's proposed new law, blocked roads in major cities across bolivia. they were met by police who cleared them to ensure workers could get through the demonstrate to see the law concentrate
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too much power in the hands of the state which could use it to persecute opposition leaders. the strongest focus was in the eastern city of santa cruz. oh, i beg your own solo that dragging us along a road on which will lose our democracy and our liberty to a communist and totalitarian regime. oh, this government needs to listen to us. we will not return empty handed them as he sent an end vis repression of the hidden stuff all assumed. in the little dilemma, the lower house of congress passed the law last month is designed to tackle elicit earnings and money laundering. that if you elect the, that the government is put off pushing the law group, olivia's upper house, while it carries out further consultations. however, it says is necessary to regenerate the economy in the country. devastated by the pandemic. the government is also called for a counter demonstration when it cause
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a celebration of democracy on tuesday at them. and i can't. and you know, we're here defending our democracy, defending the progress. bolivia has made. it's not right that they are blocking our streets, not letting us get to work. i cannot, we beg the protesters to stop working against the economy, which serves all bolivians. people need to work every day to pay the bills. president louis out of say, said the same actors who organize what he called a coup in 2019 removing his predecessor ever. morales from office a leading the current opposition movement. dot little boston embassy on it will be very invisible if 2 groups have very different visions of the type of economy and society did like politics doesn't resolve their problems. so they take to the streets to protest. every difference becomes a problem with this kind of polarization. the government called the day of action of failure, the opposition that says it will not surrender in
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a class should expose is the deep divisions in bolivia between rich and poor, indigenous and non indigenous east and west than shimla. al jazeera, astrazeneca says it's covert 19 antibodies, drug helps reduce the risk of disease or death impatience if marks a boost in the drug make his effort to develop corona virus. medicine beyond vaccines. large scale trials show the drug kept people from developing severe symptoms. the treatment reduce the risk of death by 50 percent and patients have been symptomatic for up to 7 days. our pilots at the u. s. based southwest airlines are blaming an outdated crew scheduling system for hundreds of flight cancellations over the last 3 days. management has also admitted there's a shortage of pilots disruptions at southwest come just days after a union representing employees asked the court to block the airlines order that its
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entire workforce get vaccinated. still had an al jazeera spike in violence leads to a security crime down in india that mr. kashmir plus then the man said, you have won the nobel prize. you must be making a joke. al jazeera speaks with the winner of the nobel prize for literature. the resort good enough. ah. it's another beautiful sunny day at 35000 feet. the weather sponsored by cattle airways, voted will's best air line of 2021. hello everyone, thank you for joining him. we've got plenty in the way of sunshine across the middle east, and we've lost that pesky shamal wind blowing down from iraq. but what that means that will allow the humidity to pump in for places like cats are. so we look at though, over the next few days, at 85 percent relative humidity,
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that's not all day that's at dawn and dust, but it will feel about $41.35 is actually great. where you should be for this sub the year. temperature is, are running a few degrees above average through southern areas of pakistan, karachi, we go in for a closer look, you should be around $35.00, and we've got you up to $37.00 for the next few days after turkey. some storm slamming in to the west, so we'll call it is stumble rate through to antalya. we will have some unsettled conditions and this is called friends. so look what it does. the temperature is a go from $24.00 to $18.00, but that's about average for this sam the year now with parts of central africa, you know, cameroon to ala, picked up about 50 millimeters of rain. over the past 24 hours, we've got our storm sci fi opium, central african republic rate, through to the democratic republic of congo. now that we've lost that pesky activity toward eastern parts of south africa, temperatures are on the rise and still above average for western portions of south africa. that sure update. bye for now. the wither sponsored my cattle airways voted
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will mister line of 2021 incarcerated the other half his life convicted by a known unanimous jury for a crime in which no one was hut or blackmail making eye contact. when the white forces could cause him to lose his wife, and in this particular situation, it caused him to lose his freedom. why just the law deemed unconstitutional by the supreme court still keep people behind bath in the state of louisiana being incarcerated his yesterday. now the farmer flavor the gym co convictions on al jazeera. ah ah, allow your watching al jazeera time to recap our headlines now. un secretary
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general and tony garages, oscillations to urgently inject cash into afghanistan's economy. countries in the midst of a humanitarian crisis that's already affecting half the population. north korea's ne, that kim jones says these countries weapons developments is an act of self defense . he's also blaming the united states for recent tensions with south korea. early election results and iraq point to a strong outcome for shia cleric more subtle follows party. former prime minister normality looked set to have the next largest vote amongst shall parties. soon as he is president chi psi, it has unveiled the new government nearly 3 months after he dispersed the previous administration and seized additional powers. the new cabinet will ultimately answer to him rather than prime minister nigel avoided sides. actions have divided the country in sparks. widespread protests by harding has more when latino tunisia has spent the last 11 weeks without
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a government look at them too low until now said noah. bowden, who was named as tunisia as 1st female prime minister last month, has sworn in her cabinet, which includes $23.00 ministers. 9 of whom are women. though, had he been dolah, there's the state department to require an assessment analysis and reconstructing. we aim to rearrange the priorities and regain trust and hope. the objectives of the cabinet team are based on the following points and 1st to regain trust in the state . in july, president ice the aid suspended parliament and sacked the prime minister. in september, he assumed all executive powers and began to rule by decree, while announcing plans to amend the constitution of commerce were le shorda and the 25th of july was a historic moment. i took that decision after trying all means of reasoning with them, but it was all in vain said he'd says he sees power to tackle tunisia growing economic
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crisis, but his opponents call it a qu. parliament should be approving this government according to the new decree. that's not the case. though i know there will certainly be among the president's critics, their questions of religion, if this government. but nonetheless, the, even the supporters of the brother that fed something that he needed to do to it sort of name a new government sort of set forth in 2011. tunisia was the 1st country to see large anti government protests that became known as the arab spring. in recent months, thousands have turned up to those same streets to protest against what they call a power grab by their president. be fear they may lose the democratic rights they gained 10 years ago. what am i gonna? there is no place for those who have wanted to undermine the sovereignty of the state and the sovereignty of the people. they have plundered a lot of the people's money. they have turned their hopes into despair. i warn all those who entertained the idea of attacking the state and its institutions. we will
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thwart their plans for the coming days. aside from the economy, this new government has many challenges ahead. the president wants to amend the constitution walk to a meant the political system and do use the planning a election. so i think they, they will be limited by dime and also by power because the president announced that they will burn only and they're the same exceptional misers for now, tunisia remains under the power of one man with the new government sworn in to back him leo. harding al jazeera, a car bomb or the market place in. nope, and syria has killed at least 3 people. it targeted a 3, which is under turkey, back opposition control. at least one of those killed was the rebel fighter president of georgia, 5 out of the one says he's determined to eliminate threats in syria. human rights groups are calling on countries and southeast asia to do more to end the exploitation of migrant fishermen. it follows
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a string of deaths on ships in the region. jessica washington reports from the gal in central java on this chinese fishing vessel of the waters mc route. these indonesian fishermen prepared to say good bye to one of their crew. after months at sea, so carefully has returned to indonesia, unable to forget his friend, who never got the chance to come home. yeah. how long it over by law it will. he kept working despite his pain. perhaps he was scared. then his whole body became swollen. these fishermen have come together to discuss their experiences, sharing stories of exploitation, underpayment, and even physical abuse buffy through the aga within. i was hit on the back of the head. i almost fell down, got 2 others say they were tricked into working on the ships gardener to chance it
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was never my intention to work on a chinese fishing ship. the agency lied to me for 7 months. i couldn't contact my parents. he says he was promised a manufacturing job in south korea. he never anticipated what was to come up with them to lamar. they didn't give me any food for a whole week. i became very thin. i couldn't walk like many returned fishermen why he was trying to get back the money he is owed. workers' rights groups in southeast asia say they concerned about the rise in reported cases of poll working conditions, physical abuse, and deaths at sea. they say governments across the region have a responsibility to help and force labor in the international fishing industry. in recent weeks, more than 20 n g o is across the region have signed a letter to was yon calling on the regional block to ratify the work in fishing convention, which calls for the minimum requirements for conditions on board fishing vessels.
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some se, indonesia, as the country with the largest workforce on foreign ships, must be more proactive adequately. but on the gun like i'd be a fan, we should be an example and show that we want to improve the situation right now. there is no access to justice for fishermen on foreign ships. denisia maritime ministry says ratifying the convention is a priority, but it takes time and was received with our english come comply, and of course it would be primary prov, dora the fi recommendation into go central java. some of the fishermen working on these small local boats are waiting for their deployments to work on large vessels overseas. uncertain of the conditions they will face when they depart. jessica washington al jazeera to go to ethiopia. now, where the t gripe people's liberation front says government truce of launch coordinated attacks on all fronts. the offensive was launched last week, but appears to be intensifying,
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has been no immediate comment from the the open government. any 2000000 people have been displaced in the 11 month war, samuel gets true as a journalist in ethiopia. he says this could be a defining moments in the conflict except that on what are you, this was, i mean they took them 10 minutes that with one gun it's not far away. are you looking for some kind of military support? i mean, this made this conflict or this, let this property be the defining moment. a conflict that really has killed thousands of people that met almost 2000000 people. and we are fortunate 1st year in november. we've been seeing the sort of just mobilized, traditionally not our region. this is supposed to be the defining moment in support of ethiopia was, and like i said, this, you're using some of drones. i mean,
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from ricky trying to be the defining moment that he saw the other by john. and i mean, you know, so this is again a comp, then the conflict is beginning or we start with some of the damages we've been watching from a distance. and again, it's a problem with that you end up saying why people are if you haven't and this is support. this is a trick is to continue. police in indian administered kashmir, say they've killed 3 rebels. they say one of them murdered a street vendor. last week. he was one of 7 civilians killed by gunman in recent days. elizabeth, for on them has moved from new delhi soldiers conduct spot checks on the streets of sheena, the main city of indian administered, could meet there was increased security in the region after government killed 7 civilians, including minority hindus in one week. something that hasn't happened in years. it
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has however, led to an all too familiar event. the detention of hundreds of people accused of having links to band muslim organizations were neither bored. america, it is the duty of security forces to instill confidence among minorities that they are safe in cash meet. as far as there is a concern, those who have been detained to have a criminal record or links to militants and look at the gum and wants to make clear that no such thing will be tolerated. good enough. as funerals were held last week, a group called the resistance front release statements taking responsibility for the killings of 3 hindus, 3 muslims, and to seek the victims include a school principal, a teacher, a taxi driver, and well known pharmacist. makin lab been do that with the attack on been drew's on the entire society on every kashmiri. he always used to help war people. it's very heartbreaking. what wrong had he done to any one? how can you justify his killing or the st vendor killed in the separate attack was
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the way the resistance from said it was targeting government, informers, or agents of the hindu nationalist organization that ashley s y m save ac sung or are assess the resistance front was formed after the indian government revoked kashmir autonomy in august 2019 i think is just the fact that the normal c that was being said that the normalcy has her darned english reinforced august 9th, 2019 is not really affect the militancy has still been there and it is largely, i think, growing last week's killings have led to protests by hindus and seeks and shanika and other indian cities of the 28 civilians killed by separatist rebels in indeed administered, could meet this year 21 when muslims, but the worst violence by rebels against the regions, minorities in years, has seen some hindus leaving the kush, meet valley and going to the hindu majority, jam, or region out of concern for the safety. while muslim sphere being wrongfully accused
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entertained something that human rights organizations say is common. in indeed, administered kesh meat, elizabeth moran and al jazeera new delhi, the head coach of american football team, the las vegas raiders has resigned following accusations of racism. john grogan's departure comes after the new york times reported. he used racist misogynist and homophobic language in emails. he said to have mock the drafting of a gay player and the hiring of women referees good, and also reportedly denounced players who protested against racial injustice. i feel i'm the rose i go to that tells al jazeera he was surprised when he got a call in for me and made one the nobel prize for literature. the tanzanian born novelist is the 1st black african to win the award in 35 years. he says his writings have largely been influenced by the lives of ordinary people. they choose
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to focus on my work and once you recognize, i look on my and other great argue that but less not tiny. oh, my thing is that i saw you particularly of how we construct their lives. also, we have also been interested in making our reading interesting and leisure and to writers means we as i can all of those as well. i think think so change and things that are changing on the i'm various because people african as it is one place, there are many, many different groups. oh,
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it's one of the problems whether it be so kind of one single object that no oh, most will upon broaden are the same in the sense giving. so she with problems or the problems or syria problems with the city. and you have to think in some way what problems, countries not, not just one. ah, i'm sammy's a dan with a look at the headlines here. now jesse are now un secretary general antonio garages, asking nations to urgently inject cash into afghanistan's economy. the countries in the midst of a humanitarian crisis that's already affecting half the population retardation praised the efforts of aid agencies.


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