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3 of the world's global bird migration life intersect right, where we are basic discovered a treasure chart is that most special work labs on the plan rise. ecosystems alert on al jazeera ah. ready vladimir putin says russia is ready to boost gas deliveries to europe as energy prices said, ah, hello, i money inside this is, and is there a lie from doha. also coming up, the u. s. president demands that its largest port, ron's 247 asked. shelves lie empty, and price is a full stop because of a supply chain, log jam on fighters and to grice, say they're facing more tags by ethiopians, military and claims of legal push backs and inhumane treatments. migrants on poland,
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order with batteries. ah, president vladimir putin is denying russia is behind an energy shortage in europe. same moscow is standing by to help. prices for natural gas have skyrocketed east, as people are going to need support as winter approaches. natasha butler has moved from brussels, reducing taxes on energy bills and financial help for poor households. were among the recommendations laid out by europe's energy commissioner to help member states shield consumers across the block from spiraling costs. our immediate priority is to protect europe's consumers, especially the most vulnerable 2nd, we have to make a branch, a system better prepared and more resilient,
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so that we don't have to face a similar situation in the future. natural gas prices have stored in europe in recent weeks, partly driven by a certain demand, as countries emerge from locked downs, natural gas accounts for a quarter of the european union's energy needs. the majority of that is imported into the block from countries including how jerry a no way and qatar, but mainly russia. some say that the kremlin is fueling the price rise by failing to boost gas supplies in order to pressure the you to prove the controversial nod stream to pipeline. at an energy conference in moscow though, president vladimir putin said russia was ready to increase supply electron last bush, really to do sure. if they ask us to increase deliveries, we're ready to do so literally, we are increasing them as much as our partners are asking us to avoid future energy crises. the commissioner says, countries must focus on transitioning away from fossil fuels to renewables. some
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analysts say that would also help europe become more self reliant when it comes to energy. if we had had our in europe nashville, governments that did 20 years ago renovated the homes, like we knew how to do that, did roll out solar heating systems as soon as the seventy's, because this is a super old technology, we would be in a much better situation today would be consuming much less gas we, we've been much less reliance on russia and the current gas prices that we see. oh, would have been, you know, fall as impactable for us. europeans, some european countries including frauds, spain, grease, one more from the youth and recommendations, they are pushing for e, you wide measures, including coordinating gas purchases and joint gas storage. the blogs leaders will discuss the crisis at a summit next week with the onset of winter pressure is mounting to find solutions . natasha butler al jazeera brussels. there are fears that the u. k. might start
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running out of food because of a log jam of shipping containers at the country's largest commercial port. felix dough, in england handles about 36 percent of the countries and ports of there aren't enough laurie drivers to transport the goods. and some companies are having to move shipments to other ports. the u. k. economy is struggling as supplies of food and fuel and now running low. the u. s. government is stepping up efforts to fix issues with the global supply chain which have led to many items running low and higher prices. the slowdown in struggling conway is being blamed on cuts and factory output and bottlenecks, and ports, and white house corresponding kimmy. how could reports from washington dc each year, almost half of all us imports arrived here at the port of los angeles. but right now, dozens of ships are stuck off the coast, waiting to dock and unload. that backlog has led to
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a shortage of goods and higher prices for you as consumers. you're hearing a lot about something called supply change and how hard it is to get a range of things from a toaster to sneakers, to bicycles, her bedroom furniture. that's why on wednesday, u. s. president joe biden held a virtual round table with ceos from companies like federal express, u. p. s, and wal mart. to address the challenges, the companies all agreed to increase their overnight and off peak hours. the white house has also brokerage in agreement to expand, working hours at the port of los angeles, making it a 24 hour day, 7 day, a week operation. their commitment to go all in on 247 operations meas, at businesses of all sizes, will get their goods on shows faster and more reliable. when the global pandemic
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shut america's economy down, demand for goods went up, store shelves across the us, grew bare. but as the economy opens up, the problems persisted. america's supply chains can't keep up with demand. labor shortages have compounded the problem and fewer workers, stock store shelves, as the holiday season approaches. the white house has been under pressure to resolve the supply chain issues hampering america's economic recovery. some analysts believe wednesday's announcement won't be enough. it's a huge logistic nightmare, and a lot of it is overseas and therefore, you know what the president's doing. it isn't going to really hurt, but at the end of the day, it doesn't solve the problem. present abide and says investments in infrastructure would help ease some of the supply chain issues. that's why he's urging the u. s. congress to pass his infrastructure plan to create jobs and to ensure the united
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states remains resilient to future economic shocks. kimberly held it al jazeera, the white house. a man has used a bow and arrow to kill 5 people and in just several others in no way. it happened in the town of kong spec, southwest of the capital or slow, the suspect has been arrested. police are investigating whether it was an act of terrorism, or they ask of mere for data. the arrested person is a man, and that's all i can say about the person suspected. in this case, he's been taken to prison. the husband and there will continue to be a large police presence overnight. there are many crime scenes. the perpetrator operated over a large area. these places have been secured by police and not being searched by the crime scene. officials on fight is a killed at least 25 people in the eastern democratic republic of congo over the last 4 days. security forces in north keyboard proven say a group linked to i so carried out a tax on several villages. the allied democratic forces group was formed in uganda
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in the 1990 s. it regularly carries out attacks and eastern d all see hundreds of people have been killed by the groups vices this year. if europe, his military, you said to be increasing air and ground the tax on armed forces in the northern take ry region. a spokesman for the to grind forces say they've been many casualties as they find government troops on several fronts. battles also taking place in the neighboring regions of m hora a fall is european government isn't commenting on the new offensive, but the to gray people's liberation front says the fighting began with as strikes last week. just off to prime minister, be ahmed was sworn in a new 5 year term. meanwhile, the united nations has recalled to senior officials working in ethiopia because of concerns about their safety. and comes often on verified recording stuff as in which to you and workers ahead saying that some senior officials sympathized with
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rebels into gray. malcolm webb has a story from nairobi. the audio recording, which was published online to women, can be heard saying that they work for the u. n. n. e. c. a p s. speaking to a freelance journalist and saying that they believe senior global level, you an official, some senior global level un officials of bias and sympathetic to the to grey and forces. great reason in the north of the country, the fighting, the government, the conflict that the gun just under a year ago, un officials obliged to be neutral, an independent now the voices news agency says through other un work, i tend to fight these to you and officials one who works for the un population funded, another one who worked for the international organization for migration in ethiopia . that view and haven't confirmed the identity of these 2 people,
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but it has that it is following its own internal mechanisms to address this issue. it's been quite a lot of tension over the last few months between government and not just the u. n, but other international leg, 8 organizations who are working in ethiopia, those 7 officials that the government said it was throwing out there on tanya, tara is the secretary general did reject that explosion. that was just the most recent in a, in a number of statements from the government when it's been very critical of various staff members of international humanitarian organization. can use president says the country has lost one if it's altering heroes. after long distance runner agnes to rock was found stab to death and he say her husband is a suspect. her up was a to time. well, championship brahms medalist, she berg the women only 10 kilometer road world record in germany. just last month . typhoon composite has left
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a trail of destruction in china's island province of high nun heavy rains and strong winds brought down trees and power lines throughout southern china. the storm is now heading towards vietnam. 9000 people died in flash floods and landslides, when the typhoon hit the philippines. earlier this week, rob mcbride has been following developments from home home. this long track of compact who continues and seems to be now getting to it and say yes, it is now feeling the effects of a that passed over the southern chinese island of high 9, where again when he came ashore, it was still packing. winds well over 100 kilometers per hour at the chinese authorities that raise the orange alert level. that's the 2nd highest level on it's that storm warning scale. it meant the constellation of a lot of flights suspension of some high speed rail services that has been quite a lot of damage and also localized that flooding goes through the philippines,
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the bowl, the brunt of this job, especially the islands of luzon at the philippines. always tends to be the 1st in the track of these typhoons as they barrel in from the western pacific. and the northern island of new songs are extensive flooding land slides, and that's where they had a number of deaths and also injury. what has been surprising about this storm is that while some of the fierceness was taken out of the storm over the philippines, it tends to lose some of its strength. it then passed into the open south china sea . so it is borrowed along the southern coast of china, not losing any of its strength, and it won't be when it started that was in monday when he was impacting the philippines were now thursday, and it wouldn't be until friday and the weekend that this thing finally actually dies out in the highlands of loud, so that is a large sway the east and then south east asia that has been impacted by this long living typhoon and an awful lot of asian neighbors will be very glad to see the
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back of commerce, who still ahead on out of there as to why it hung a strong by georgia, the former president is being called political theatre by the government. and the breadth and order problem that you offer is northern, on and compromised, but talks will still drag all the. ah, that's the usual to snow in arizona in october, isn't it? partly? no, but the matter, so it's kind of this system here. there's been wrapping, that's a really cold air, all the way from wyoming southward has been quite surprising. that's going to continue. this whole area is cold and i was mind. this is miss lee, but it's really much colder than it should be. it's going to roll through casper $32.00 degrees when you see the dakotas, whether it's a blizzard warning or eastern wyoming,
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that'll probably disappear. but the stormy system goes up into the northeast or central part of canada than the tail end, which is what we rather more used to fed by moisture and with the cold above means . thunderstorms for texas and arkansas for example, tails off down to mexico. it's an improving situation, but he's cold behind. you'll notice it still has to be in casper 18. have about 12 in denver and the hint of snow shower still in the mountains for the south. one brief thing, pamela was a hurricane is now still on thursdays forecast. a tropical revolving storm, as it goes for cross from mexico to the u. s. take most the energy out of the shower regime of mexico's otherwise looks quite dry. this look fairly sherry for places like haiti, and cuba, ah, inequality corruption,
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repression and rate i just decided to come to the piece. and you documentary, lose the desperate state of democracy in lebanon. mm . really i that those who are losing home every day. i'm coming blue tomorrow. see maybe democracy for sale on al jazeera lou. ah, ah hogan back here watching al jazeera mind. if i top stories this hour. russia's president is denying his country is behind an energy shortage in europe saying
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moscow is standing by to help natural gas prices have skyrocketed on you says people are going to need support as winter approaches on fighters from northern to grind, say they're facing increase attacks from ethiopia, ministry, biasing is taking place on a number of fronts, including in neighboring regions. typhoon composite has left a trail of destruction in china's on and province of a non storm is now heading to with vietnam. 9000 people died and flash floods and landslides. when the typhoon hit the philippines study of this week, the number of migrants and refugees camping outside a u. an agency in the libyan capital is continuing to rise. many of them have escaped from a detention facility where at least 6 people were killed on friday. the un says authorities have suspended humanitarian flights out of the country and that slowing down their efforts to evacuate those in need by like china reports from the camp.
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whereas here in front of the community, dave center, its a facility run by the us refugee agency, our normal circumstances. they provide cash assistance and emergency relief to those in need. they've had to suspend services for several days now, due to the overwhelming crowds of people that are here. hundreds, if not thousands of african migrants and refugees have been camped out. as you can see, many are sleeping here they. they tell us some tell us they've been here for days some for nearly 2 weeks, including women, children, and the elderly. libya has long been a transit hope for african migrants trying to reach europe, ian flores just the beginning of this month. living in security services carried out an operation in the town of going to get it would solve the rest of over $5000.00 african migrants and refugees. they were put in detention center, including the detention facility which thought over 2000 migrants escape on
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friday. many of them are here, they've been camped outside of here, seeking resettlement from libya, the un refugee agency is across to disperse, so they can help the most vulnerable. but people here say they have nowhere else to go. that they, that they don't feel safe to leave the un facility humanitarian flight outside of libya have been suspended according to the un living authority to spend the flight for most of this year. and that's seen many people unable to leave the country through cooperation with the un refugee agency in poland. plans to spend more than $400000000.00 on a wall along its border with bell roof. it follows a surge and refugees and migraines crossing the border into poland, the punish government, and the e. you say bellow reasons waging a form of hybrid warfare and retaliation against sanctions. refugee charge is a key pollen of illegal push backs, an inhumane treatment, or
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a challenge reports from the border. so give me some charge to me and call speaking spanish cubans. they say they don't want to be filmed by us, but they're somewhere in the forest scared and hungry food packs or sell any foundation goes to meet them. the refugee charity does this any time, day or night. they also document the pushback they see the polish batteries border . like this kurdish family returned across the border in a police truck despite allegedly wanting to apply for asylum. temperatures are going for low, we have here, fatalities id, and there will be more if the state of emergency will not. and if the polish government will not act according to somewhere out in the board as forests shiver. and uno number of afghans, iraqis, syrians codes, cubans,
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and more that trap 1000 the coals between 2 countries that don't want them. now this is interesting. have a look. as soon as our team got close to the border, all of us got attacks in english saying the polish border is sealed, bela russian authorities told you lies, go back to minsk. don't take any pills from bella, russian soldiers, and then there's a link to a polish government websites, explaining that people who cross the border illegally might be imprisoned. meadows dam pushing you towards the border to poland footage like this is being released by the punish authorities. it's the only view inside an emergency exclusion zone at the border, 3 kilometers deep journalists and n g o z aren't allowed in poland doesn't deny the push backs. i talked to the board of police spokeswoman about it under the european convention on human rights. that is illegal because migrants needs be given a chance to properly apply for asylum and if they're being pushed back, then they don't get that chance. a little sub menu. so the interests of
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understanding of pop, but these people aren't interested in staying in poland. they say they want to go to germany or the u. k. lagaurdia, my be honestly. but how do you know if they're not wanting to claim asylum if they're not being given the chance to claim asylum because they're being push marks? never to smile shall sin when they find out that being covered by international protection means that they have to stay in poland and leave here. they want to go back to their country of origin. so it took a, it's not an argument that convinces the united nations refugee agency roast of them are in direct need of, of humanitarian assistance. you cannot leave people to die in the forest because it's simply on it's inhumane. harland wants to tell the world it's responding to this crisis is not the cause of it. alexander will look at shanker man, creates a discount option, the jet or he movement to banished in to vanish opium, union,
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and bullets in priority for supporting criminal opposition. on valero japan box, this border crisis is a humanitarian one, as well as a political and border security one and lives literally are on the line, rory, talents out a 0. poland for you. a secretary of state says the biden administration will go head with its plan to reopen a consulates in occupied east jerusalem. even though israel is against it. asked me blinkin says it's aimed at deepening ties with the palestinians. the consulate had been a base for palestinian affairs, but was absorbed into the u. s. embassy when it moved to west jerusalem in 2018. austin jordan has moved from washington d. c. really, the big question now is almost 5 months after 1st deciding that it was going to re open the call to look to serve palestinians and to engage with housed indian
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officials. why hasn't the united states done so? and that was really driving the question at wednesday's press conference. the secretary of state made this announcement back on may 25th, but it would certainly go a long way towards re establishing of direct us how will stint in discussions on a number of issues. namely, trying to get the 2 state solution process back on a former footing as well as a reaffirming the u. s. is ongoing support for the palestinian economy for educational opportunities for cross cultural exchanges. but the problem is that of the israeli government led by not totally bennett. the foreign minister is steadfastly opposed to a separate consulate being re established. they consider it inimical to israeli security of issues. and. and there's also of the analysis coming from those who study the israeli palestinian conflict that this could be a threat to a ben,
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it's doug coalition government. and so the credibly. the question is, how soon is the u. s. actually going to make good on its promise. the eas top break, sent officials says many customs checks between britain and northern island should be removed or not, and has a border which separates the e and the u. k. as growing frustration on both sides about how trade across the border should be controlled. on tuesday, the u. k. brings it minister talked of tearing up a protocol that's created checks on goods moving between great britain in northern on and the u. k. says it will engage funny and constructively with the e. they wants to see significant change. andrew simmons has moved from belfast. the british government isn't happy, nor are the main powers here in northern islands assembly. but the european union executive has gone all the way it can, it would seem to try and smooth out this seaboard
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a crisis. this was the message from brussels, the, this robust package of practical, imaginative solutions. we can continue to implement the protocols on ireland, northern ireland for the benefit of all communities on the grounds. it not only semen stability and sporadic stability, and in these festival ingredients for the local economy to flourish and also pays the way for and has the opportunities. but nevertheless, the leader of the main pro british unionist party here at the northern ireland assembly had this to say, it still leaves in place and i re see border. there will still be checks on the movement of goods within the united kingdom. and that's not something we find acceptable. now this is a welcome. first step, the will be intensive and focused negotiations. so let's see where we get to what we do need to see more progress. there's falls well short of what we require. so
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want next? well, european union officials will be in london starting negotiations on friday with british officials. and the u. k. government position is pretty out, right. it's, it's saying that it wants the european court of justice removed from the equation in terms of overseeing things in terms of this deal. and it wants to more or less rip up the northern ireland protocol. now, this is unfathomable, in terms of how the a, you could accept that sort of situation. it isn't going to happen. the you, you is saying it's, it's, is take this, this or no, nothing at all. so this is a really tense time. there are lots and lots of negotiations ahead. in the coming weeks, spain's prime minister has gone back to the island of la palmer as residence, continue to flee a volcanic eruption. pedo sanchez has warned. there is no sign of volcanic activity will end signed as a concerned. the camera via her adoption is getting worse. emergency services
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avoided another 800 people to evacuate their hands this week as rivers of lava continued to fly. george's opposition is that to hold a rally on thursday to protest the imprisonment of the former president mikhail soccer severely. the government says he illegally entered the country from exile. he now faces 60 is imprisoned on allegations of abuse of power. while in office, i've been forced to walk reports from the city of rust. avi michel psychos, really considered by many to be george's most. maverick and divisive politician is being held at restore the prison. he calls himself a political prisoner and has been on hunger strike since being detained 2 weeks ago . early his lawyers say his health is deteriorating. he has problems with momentous mor ring until the full were. i and this is the situation is worsening. every
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day. it'll be almost summer with a bully. some of it came back to me earlier this month, seconds really reappeared in georgia after 8 years in exile. i'm calling on a georgians to take to the streets and reject the current government. he's alleged to have taken a ferry from ukraine, hidden inside a truck carrying dairy products. eventually he was arrested for convictions in absentia of abuses of power in office. the government says sac ashville, these hunger strike is political theater. ahead of 2nd round marrow elections at the end of the month. i so suki that the circus and show that we've seen going on these last few days, of course, serves only one purpose. it's the task a prisoner sarkis philly to raise the temperature in some way. his party noticed that in the 2nd round of elections, they'll lose everywhere, so they try to show the public their prisoner. soc. ashville is seriously ill, editor of garbled temper at lagoon. second, smitty still enjoys the support of
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a significant minority of georgians. oh, they remember him as a reformer, and they fear those reforms are being undone by the present government and its ties to the countries richest oligarch. we have zak ashville. he says he's prepared to die for his countrymen, but he's made a gamble that his countrymen want to see him freed rather than remain behind bars in prison. some analysts think sac asheville, his return was ill timed, so everybody knows is there. ah, out there power hungry, and i think that's also scared. some water fluctuate to support him. and so far what we've seen, he doesn't have that much support to either to initiate new or some sort of upright or, or some of the revolution here. or, and also importantly, he doesn't,
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i have so much international support like to be used to have george's western allies worry that suck. asheville, his arrest is politically motivated to day, also warned him about returning home and destabilizing an already divided electric robin for a skier walker al jazeera roost. heavy lou, this is out there. are these you top stories. rushes president is denying his countries behind an energy shortage in europe saying moscow is standing by to help natural gas prices have skyrocketed on you says people are going to need support as a winter purchase. there are fears that the u. k. might start running out of food because of a log jam of shipping containers. the country's largest commercial port. felix dow, in england handles about 36 percent of the countries in ports,
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but they aren't enough. laurie drive is to transport the goods. and some companies are having to move shipments to other ports a man's used.


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