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the world is warming, green lens ice sheet is melting, which is changing everything from sea levels to the way people live. and now even exposing the remnants of a cold war, paused greenland the melting of the frozen north on al jazeera lou. i'm on the inside and i hear your top stories on al jazeera. russia's president is denying his countries behind an energy shortage in europe saying moscow is standing by to help natural gas prices have skyrocketed on the ease says people are going to need support as winter approaches. therapy is 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
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dough, in england handles about 36 percent of the country's imports, but they aren't enough lori drivers to transport the goods. and some companies are having to move shipments to other ports, a man's use to bow and arrow, to kill 5 people and in just several others in no way. it happened in the town of guns, beg southwest of the capital, all slow, a suspect husband arrested war. they asked me for ada, 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, if you're of his military said to be increasing air and ground the tax on arm 5 is in northern te gray region. the spokesman for the to grand forces says there have been many casualties as they fight government troops on several fronts. battles are
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also taking place in the neighboring regions of on hara and a fall. if you have his government is in commenting on the new offensive on fight as of killed at least 25 people in eastern democratic republic of congo over the last 4 days. security forces in north kiva province say a group linked to i so carried out a tax on several villages. at least 25 people had been killed in dozens more injured in a fire in southern taiwan. authorities are investigating whether the fire in a 15 story building was deliberately lit and denise is top holiday destination has reopened to foreign tourists for the 1st time since the corona virus pandemic began . but as spokesman, barley's international airport says, no flights have been shed your to, to land yet tourists. 19 countries have been cleared to travel to the popular holiday destination. those are you headlines. nice. continue zone out a 0 to blood and tears
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ah, in may 1945 victory by the allies over nasty germany in the 2nd world war was a cause of wild celebration across the rest of europe. the liberation of france from german occupation tasted especially sweet for the french who shared it across the vast empire. but it also left a bitter taste in countries expecting the dawn of a new era of independence. men from the colonies had fought hard for the golds free french on the promise of a better future. but west africans had been gunned down by french machine, gun fire in synagogue. ah,
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nationalist unrest in algeria had been brutally put down in a new reign of terror. and syria and lebanon had been set ablaze. the goals promise of independence to them had only been half kept. even though france recognized the sovereignty is still hoped to maintain control, then the french air force his answer to revolt was to bomb, damascus. and the airstrikes with devastating thousands were killed and many more wounded in attacks that were especially pointless. france was about to withdraw completely from the middle east, under pressure from the british, who aimed to domini the region. by 1946, lebanon, and syria had both gained full independence. the foundation stones of the empire were beginning to crumble. but france had no choice because 10000 kilometers away.
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another front was opening up. in indo china after world war 2, the nationalist movements re merge in what was considered the jewel of the empire. vietnam led by the 55 year old. oh, she mean, the communist leader proclaimed his country's independence. on the 2nd of september, 1945, with his declaration resigned people's homes. ah. so they said the last obey said his own good goza le hood g, b, g, b. good minot a fully bit, a, the be equal sassy. las glover's tussa on dna and bomb give
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yoga. cambodia and laos immediately joined the power struggle with the french. in response, the government dispatched the experienced general laclare to the region along with 35000 men. to deal with the nationalists from the north of yet now known as yet ah, regulated if he could be got. what was that? is it that your megan ala? a well, it is with me. as on the bears it levels than with is any more defeat the, lose the vanity. nobody please. as soon as i get this, all that do feel well go, do you know yale in if we are knob easily and of course all underneath them under military pressure, possi mean agreed to negotiate. the goal had left power
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a few months before. so new prime minister josh be door welcomed, the vietnamese leader to paris. but during hoshi mean stay in indo china, the french governor general proclaim south vietnam an independent state affiliated to france. oh, she mean signed a franco vietnamese agreement, but considered he'd been betrayed. paul returned to vietnam, but the official south vietnam ceremonies could not disguise a double dealing by the french. beneath his smiling demeanour, he knew that war was inevitable. on the 23rd of november 1946, the french made you shout a ne, in vietnamese sport of high home,
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causing several 1000 casualties. for survivors, the memory is still vivid. no, boy, i found he thought detail daddy, john ruby, ella holloway won't. boy, today regarding all cal heating, poor, long time ago, i found it near toiler ah, our numbers up, so you often go out laughing boyfriend, the louisa love tongue way more logical are for we numer. hi. payroll are a little so like i, but got cut very full of cock come off of the queue hall a few weeks later, the north vietnamese nationalist army retaliated the 1st indo china war had begun. it would last 7 and
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a half long years. frances political class stubbornly refused to recognize the spread of mass liberation movements. this willful blindness continued another 20 years back home. people had other things on their mind than indo china. in 1946, france still bore the wounds of the 2nd world war cities remained badly scarred and there was still rationing. the french were much more preoccupied with supplies and reconstruction than the future of the colonies. but they would be apprised to be paid for preserving the empire in the shape of reform and bloodshed. the government of the force republic had already started to change, even by 1946. there were already around 30 members of parliament representing the
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colonies on the benches of the pony before they had never been so many wow. in march 1946, amy, suzanne. and before martinique initiated a change to french law to make what loop martinique diana and re union island french overseas department, meaning areas of governments in san in africa, several and bees also pushed for reforms the ivory coast and p for leaks. so for one ye voted to abolished force labor. while thanks to the senegalese and b, lemon gate, the status of citizen was granted to everyone in the colonized territories. ah, a new era was donnie. the false republic finally promised equality for all its subjects. for many, not before time, ah,
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in october 1946, the term on peace was replaced by union forces. the idea was that they would no longer be french colonies, but that france, he overseas department and territories would combine to create one france, regardless of race or religion. officially, at least with that, what's your name? bonnie glare. lp as you go to memory blown. john w a members was everything else just i've shown the opposite relative. if you laid me off album, invaluable. awesome. i've e, we for our meal fever, hold on at your steel. so i may please. ah, it was a nice image. by beneath the surface, the same inequalities remained and france and the colonial authorities still called
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all the shots. that uniform failure left you to imagine why mad said to soothe the farm, i made a duel. they began to la men. these shoes to p african will say, do you know by fit in and you know, all that and guess euro and photos you ok. i to a fan illusion shouldn't up what it was you back of the bucky down set you know up and began to day up by on a bell lament what a dishes you don't that you know what up weapon me for. sure. move said good luck with was airport double quantity. frank said, not abandoned, it's imperial strategy. quite the opposite. to appease the people and when over hearts and minds invested in large infrastructure projects, i think he denied that went me leg needed me deal innovative san antonio. that unit
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dr. images have undergone. i want you to what this construction was, not outdoorsy, but self interest. the investment was mainly in infrastructure that enables raw materials to be transported to mainland france. colonial wealth was pouring back into france. in return news schools were opening, but only around 8 percent of the children in the colonies attended them. and the curriculum was not tailored to their needs was really good with pre math purity, seizure, appalachia, math hassle. been me, i am, i am almost up in the art of gwinnett bootleg flu de la, full learned debbie longo there. navigable id or my mom took the album, come window there, got a reply to bet madrid, but after all fit, i knew as you like on savannah through continental cough. so he would call on apple
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to show level to conduct down. so mod pd, physical dental and overly ellen. gov and you'll news have i will go to trial tomorrow on plan. it would show bridge of football. you'll know by providing little shows on direct that he was classic, a vertical, a general no. on a political condo, vale, new york city, called desk based on that bubble cache ogletree. and while the school children of the empire were learning about volcanoes, he knew value one of the worst instances of colonial repression of the postwar iraq was taking place off the east coast of africa. one that didn't appear in the history books. for decades, madagascar had been colonized by the french half a century before, but by 947 people had had enough of the colonial regime. the democratic movement for malagasy rejuvenation was founded by 2 m p. 's joseph russet on the left,
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and joseph revo hunch, and it now demanded more freedom, but without success. reacted brought to mascara. varden alena authorities shore. arnica was our cornel, different one. it's mish livonia. they flew theory through t for all 3. who fought soccer figure from newton. we're looking on thunder hooks. say not to go now. ah, on the 29th, into the 30th of march, 1947 nationalists. unrest broke out. armed with spears, nice and axes, insurgents attached to the houses of french settlers and colonial officials. the number of attacks increased in the town of more among the rebels attacked the
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french army camp they murdered more than a 1000 settlers and local malagasy, accused of collaborating with the french moroccan and comorin. reservist and senegalese rifle. men worshipped tin with a mission to impose peace at all costs. a clear signal must be sent out. as in cities, tara must reign what started as a local rebellion, turned into a full scale war. soldiers appeared in more a manga and set it on fire. dozens of prisoners were dragged into the forest inch, fearing for their lives, local people left their homes and hint, you must be released unless a government and it's made on the one. for dinner,
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more prepared to rush him in, didn't and not get hum broke off, muttered one with don. do for love one your goals? none. shoot teresa through true for for half wellness mode. brooklyn homage law. new quote, new not german military. aggression turned into judicial repression. 3 madagascar, members of parliament were arrested and were denied the immunity of elected representatives. there were sentence either to death or life imprisonment with hard labor. although their sentences were later committed to life imprisonment. after months of violence, cameras were allowed into the villages. the message was clear. don't mess with the french world. a few thorn la la la la is just plain.
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then a fairly large trade off with jeff. den london wu is like a fuel new. they called it all off. let me also not him. and i guess girl a don't even if you don't you let me with you in the clipping i'd be for it is like if you're going with human and young, i'm with michelle. get us all the, let me bring a did well. well, just like with little folders like to get well, did they get it? yeah, up on all blood community that in your for your view, it was really good on me. it was a victory for strength and terror. the uprising was responsible for the loss of around $40000.00 local lives. the massacre is inscribed in the collective
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malagasy memory. the 29th of march is an annual public commemoration day in madagascar, but not in france. ah, 3 weeks later, france welcome the whole world to paris for a session of the united nations. ironically, at the penny to show you the 50 you and member states voted to adopt the universal declaration of human rights. they do not found law the deal shelf yet the the browser adopted up other lay big lovick. last your did was look course you the all new
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process yeah. last night badge go math all day or there fall particular deliciously for say barbershop. the good faith vinnie defense ah, in the 5 years since the 2nd world war by 950 france had succeeded in keeping a tight grip over its empire. north africa and madagascar had fallen into line that kept the lid on the caribbean. only indo china had caught fire, so the french still fall. they had everything under control. but the tide of global history had turned in the cold war. washington and moscow now wanted independence for countries of the old empires to weaken them and build their own. it was already happening as the british gave up, india, ceylon,
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and burma, and the dutch withdrew from indonesia. but while other empires were collapsing, france went against the grain and would not let go. meanwhile, in sub saharan africa, several political parties in different countries combined in the early 19 fifties to form the r d a of an african movement with communist affiliations in france. one of its leaders was the ivory coast and b. felix who fed one who openly wanted to end the colonial period france could not possibly accept this, particularly at this time of the cold war. paris decided to try and break these rebels who were a little too close to moscow. floyd's liking. in ivory coast, the french army action was brutal. on the 27th was january 1950
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for lease fed, whiny. now he escaped imprisonment. the next day senator victoria bianca bada was found decapitated in the woods. thousands of their supporters were arrested and hundreds of villages destroyed. a cloak of secrecy was spread over this abuse, silence on the side of the executioners, and among the victims. no writ of warfare, toxic history. i counted on with amuse for his 2 hour, defeated on the panels that i could see for home. cecilia costello much is all to come to bless you really all about it or do lucy sibley's, shola lash customer them or anything else we will call ball law ritual gcis for to san zoe hill. and is some of the about it was this was epis christine, this was the only record of these events is the theme as makes
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icons, africa, 50 shops, secretly by young, 21 year old filmmaker and communist party member or naval t i with a a, a freak sank on was the 1st french anti colonial fill. it was banned for nearly 40 years. 40 was arrested and jailed. but he managed to distribute aversion of the film secretly, which shocked left wing at in paris. the communist party
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demanded the release of the ivory coast prisoners to avoid a new front opening up in africa, the french government shifted its strategy and offered who fed when ye adeel the charges against him and his body would be dropped if he cut his links with the french communist party, if not the ivory coast, would go the same way as madagascar who fed when ye accepted and fell into line even became a government minister and ivory coast enjoyed a privilege relationship with the mother, man, france that achieved its short term goals in africa, but after madagascar and ivory coast, the caribbean felt the most attention. the 3 years since becoming french,
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the bottom all have seen very little change. the large families descended from the 1st european settlers. the bouquets remained firmly in charge. the black population was underpaid and was kept on the edge of society in extreme poverty. even you just give us a clue or so a deductible that is assumed that the length of it pee, me in the to the bah, la capacity. this a fill on this go. so the diff to only to show back up barbara duff were 11. you meant to fossil e. g mazin supplement, low hurled doll at the least pleaded ball give were those or for the buck rama tip for you could it of was, it was one the little the can social conflict was deepening. people were beginning to realize that being at the back to more of
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one france was only a smoke screen to keep their islands within the republic. in 1950 the m p for martinique, emmy, caesar wrote a long se called discourse on colonialism. the colonialists may kill in india, china. he wrote torture in madagascar in prison, in black africa, and got down in the west indies. but the colonized now know that they have an advantage over the colonizers. they know that their temporary masters are lying, therefore, that their masters all week in the next episode. frances grape on his, in high a week, much more in algeria. but 1st in asia it's hold on indo china was on the branch
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manager is approaching a typically in the lead up to the cop 26 climate summit. al jazeera showcase is program dedicated to one veiling the reality of the climate emergency witness screen film documenting the human experience on the frontline planet at the wet report from greenland on how the rapid rate of melting ice is having a profound effect on the population. people empower us, why politicians have been so in affected in fighting climate change fault lines, investigate horizon temperatures of fueling a water war in the us. out there a well shows how a community in senegal is dependent on the preservation of their natural resources . the screen takes the fight for climate justice to our digital community and
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upfront, he thought, demanding environmental accountability. the climate emergency a season of special coverage on al jazeera with the rotors or court down in yemen. oh man, there is action, weather wise in turkey where at least it looks like it suddenly been throwing cloud briefly and middle light band here, potential sharon, across levant into iraq to us the forecast for thursday is try elsewhere. there's not much of a breeze blog temperatures look about, right. so if you just look at it for a 2nd, you see baghdad at about 40 degrees, which looks on the high side and it's not coming down either. and there's that potential line of very light showers pick up on friday. well, that show you baghdad, the average here, this time you should be 33. once again, it's hot in iraq. $41.00 does come down, but still $36.00,
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even as that breeze picks up. it's been hot all summer throughout iraq and as be bit for the south in q 8 and the temperature revived for the north where you saw snow about 5 days ago. it's nothing just sunny skies dancer after it's done as well and throughout pakistan. so things are back down to normal. whereas the stormy stuff you saw further west, which is going to affect grease and the edge of turkey really keeps all the weather this far. wes, very light on possibly off shore breezes full of answer temperature here on the high side. ah, but inequality corruption, repression and rain when it, it just decided to cut to the piece of cake and shooting. a new documentary load the desk for the state of democracy and 1109.
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through the eyes of those who are losing home every day. teams are becoming blue. democracy, maybe democracy for sale on al jazeera. ah, allow government al jazeera with, you know, the afghan taliban had to turkey the push for international recognition and support . ah, i'm sammy's. hey, dan, this is al jazeera alive from dell hall. so coming out about an hour attack in no way kills at least 5 people for the say, they've arrested the suspects hoping to ease
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