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goes on and goes on. okay, let's recap our top story. now what we do know is 6 people have died and more than 30 people are injured after violence rotted in the capital by rows. it began with protest is hence the law and its allies were demonstrating against what they say was biased investigations into the bay route port explosion. they use the judge of political buys in his probe. the investigation has been repeatedly stoled by political in fighting. now that violence are rapid for some 5 hours, it seems to have calmed down now, but the ramifications will be felt for days and months ahead. okay. name selim is a professor of international affairs and diplomacy at no truck, no true dom university in lebanon. he says, today's events and not in the interest of his, the law, all their allies, those who are walking on the streets and going to the station. i don't think they are me,
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and i don't think that interest to ignite it clashes or shooting. there are some people who are seeking to monday, monday is a water and they 11 on with the ability and what it is really dangerous. what's going on today has been law now. it's affecting more and more. that's a special prostitute. that is single handedly thought of good things are saying why he doesn't go to the early causes out to the primary cause of an explosion by a dangerous nicely. why did they unload it from the ship? it not a problem with being the prime minister. clearly i'm a lot had planned to go in front of just this minute.
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a shooting has taken place in a brief. the situation is very critical, very dangerous. and it is not a lot or i meant to escalate. ah hello. let's bring you the rest of the day's news now and a high level. a u delegation is due to meet in london to discuss proposals to reform. the northern island protocol. frustration is growing on both sides about how trade across the border should be controlled. on tuesday, the u. k. is bricks, it minister talked of tearing up the protocol that is created checks on goods moving between great britain and northern ireland journal. holla has been following the story from london and joins us live now. the us, the delegation has apparently arrived, join,
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and london has said it will look seriously and constructively at the blocks package . what more do we know about the sticking points of this negotiation? what is extraordinary, frankly, that were once again in the state of briggs deadlock. it was only a year ago that negotiations were front, frantically going on to hammer out a trade deal at the last minute that finally came to pass a christmas time signed by both sides. the u. k. in particular, hailing it as a sort of masterpiece of negotiation. well now they are tearing apart. one key element of that deal. we're talking of course of the northern ireland protocol. this is a piece of legislation governing trade between great britain and northern ireland. while northern ireland is allowed to remain part of the single market, the single market, that was a way of avoiding a hard border on the island of island in its place. a customs divide between great britain and northern ireland with the e. u levering,
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levying checks on goods flowing from the mainland to know not well the u. k. now says that deal is not working. the checks are being too onerous. the applied it's creating havoc in the northern ireland economy and they no longer want to abide by will be overseen by the european court of justice in this protocol. well, the e you earlier in the week went further than most people expected putting together a proposal to drop. many of those checks up to 80 percent of the most contentious ones on food and negotiators, as you say, in london, in preliminary talks. now the expectation is there expectation is that the british side will reject the proposal. why will, because it doesn't deal with that much more political question of the european court of justice. ultimately this could go on for weeks. what he's at stake is the possibility that the u. k. side institute article 60 proceedings to suspend the protocol, the e. you then retaliate. ultimately we're talking about the possibility of
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a trade war between these 2 side. all right, we'll make sure you keep us updated on that. thank you for explaining a complicated issue. the journal, how live for us in london for members of egypt. security forces are going on trial in rome, accused of involvement in the kidnapping and murder of an italian academic julia regina bonnie was found in a ditch outside cairo. in 2016, an autopsy showed had been tortured. the cambridge university student was researching local trade unions. the 4 agents, including the national security general, deny involvement, and will not appear in court. the case sparked widespread outrage and strained relations between easley and egypt. adam brainy has more from outside the courthouse in ron. this is the 1st day and the official trial. there been many pre trial hearing and this is going to be a long process. it's taken more than 5 years. just to get to this point,
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we're going to expect perhaps testimony from very high ranking italian officials, perhaps even for former prime ministers who are in office during the time since virginia's murder and a time this case has come to trial is a high burden for prosecutors because this has been a one sided investigation for most of the time, these officers are being tried in absentia and for the past year, the investigation has been conducted just by italian prosecutors, the attorney for the jenny family and their allies and advocates in egypt. gyptian, prosecutors themselves closed the case in december saying the perpetrator was, quote, unknown. so you have this, this one sided investigation. you had a lot of pressure from egypt that this trial shouldn't even go forward because they didn't provide physical address for those office for italian officials. and prosecutors couldn't even officially notify these people. they were on trial. but
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before this, there was a pre trial hearing, in which a judge said, it's clear, these men know that they're on trial, so it should proceed. so that's what we can expect a long process, high ranking officials and it's kind of one sided, trial taking place. but there's a lot of pressure here in italy for to go forward because it's seen as the pivotal moment for the justice system to fight for the rights of someone murdered abroad. noise intelligence agency says an attack by a man wielding a bow and arrow appears to be terrorism. 5 people were killed and 2 others injured in the town of cones berg, south west of the capital loan. a 37 year old danish suspect has been arrested as alexia bryan reports. an arrow pierces a wall in southeast in norway. part of what police say a several crime scenes after a man armed with a bow and arrow roamed through the small town of cones berg about 80 kilometers from the capital. all slow. over 30 minutes he picked out targets, killing 4 women,
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and a man aged between $50.72 others were injured including an off duty police officer . the prime minister said the country had been shaken millionaire, some come of a cost bag if the message is coming from koenigsberg or gruesome, the perpetrator has carried out terrific acts against several people. it is a very dramatic situation that hits the community, heart of the events, shakers. i understand that many are afraid. the attack happened on sol, doug's last day in office. her successor jonas guard stood. i called it a cruel and brutal act police of arrested and charged a 37 year old danish man. intelligence agencies say it appears to have been an act of terror for you hall good of us. we can pot one earlier, had been worries of the man having been radicalized, which the police have followed up. but as previously stated, no reports in 2021. there from 2020 or earlier police in the
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scandinavian country and normally armed, but offices nationwide have been temporarily ordered to carry firearms. no way suffered its worst piece time. they're shooting and july 2011. when a far right attacker and as private killed 77 people, many of them teenagers at a summer holiday camp. now flags flying at half mast and cones berg and the attack is being felt across all of norway. alex o'brien al jazeera. you as president joe biden, will be discussing trade human rights and security with kenyan president, who, who can yetta later can yetta is the 1st african later to be invited to the white house in spite into office. the visit comes 10 days after the pandora papers revealed kenyatta and his family have $30000000.00 in offshore companies. we're covering both sides of this story in a moment,
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we'll get reaction from at nairobi with al jazeera is malcolm web. but 1st, let's cross to our white house correspondent, kimberly hell, kit. hello there. kimberly. how significant is this meeting given this is the 1st african later biden is meeting as president? well, that's what makes it significant is that this is the 1st time that the us is joe biden took office, that there is an african leader that will be meeting him in the oval office, but you're really zeroed in on one of the key issues that this white house wants to discuss with the canyon president, and that is with concern about transparency, particularly when it comes to international and domestic finances. and this really comes as you point out on the heels of the revelations that were exposed to the pandora papers that the president had. in fact, i've been sick to his family members are tied to millions in offshore investments, even as he campaigned against corruptions. now,
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corruption rather now another concern for this white house is the fact that given these revelations, the country itself is a major recipient of u. s. 8. in fact, the 5th largest, getting hundreds of millions of dollars and economic assistance assistance for health programs and also military aid in terms of training to deal in combat. i'll ship bob. so this is one of the issues that will be focused on heavily. now the white house says there will be other things that will be discussed as well, and not just economic issues, but also security issues. and with respect to that, there are some concerns, of course, about the ongoing conflict in neighboring ethiopia, particularly in the t grey region. so the u. s. president are also going to lean in and discuss whether or not there can be some assistance from the canyon president in that regard. we already know he's paved the way for possible sanctions against some of the warring parties in that region. so this is a furthering,
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out of that conversation so significant on those 2 levels. we also know that they'll discuss climate change as well as human rights. again, this is the 1st time there has been a one on one between joe biden and president kenyatta. but at the same time, this is his 3rd meeting with the us president. we appreciate that up that. kimberly help at ease live for us in washington dc. okay, let's get the kenyan perspective now and bringing malcolm web, whose life for us in nairobi. what will, can you be hoping to get out of this meeting and we'll, it's neighbor, ethiopia come up given the ongoing unrest in the tea, gray region. whereas kimberly was saying, just saying can you as being a us ally for decades now? recipients evade including military support, about $400000000.00 or military aid over the last 10 years. because kenya is a key ally of the u. s. in the conflict in somalia against the armed group out
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above. and of course, the position of being a us military partner in the region is something that can, you know, there's very likely to want to continue. it's something that's likely to continue being us military partner can certainly take the pressure of other areas of american foreign policy and defense interest. i tend to take priority, but those other areas, as kimberly mentioned that might come up, include the implications of the pan dora papers and by and is likely to ones can yes, is influence in pursuing american interests in not conflict in neighboring ethiopia, ethiopian government troops fighting to gray and forces in the u. s. have threatened sanctions repeatedly over the last few weeks while we appreciate that update. thank you very much. you're welcome. web reporting live there on nairobi. ok, let's returned to us top story. now,
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a more on the breaking news out of lebanon protests against a judge looking to last years by road port blast have turned violent. we know so far that 6 people have been killed. let spake to run a curry in paris. now, she's a lebanese political activist, runa, thank you for joining us festival. what's your reaction to that intensive violence that we saw this morning? i mean, in the 1st reaction is an emotional reaction of sadness and anger. because every time this ruling class, and more specifically, in this case, the ruling party of lebanon has bella wants to, and lead the way. and they decide to do, it's either they do it by force, by violence, or, or by any criminal act. so, for me, it's just a continuous, vicious circle that this wanted to go class is putting us in. now we are at a phase where we are having a step forward in terms of justice,
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and this is not very frequent in lebanon. we've seen a lot of impunity, a lot of crimes. it's a small step. i'm not even saying that this is a huge step towards just as that the judge is going to do for the board. and yet this has been stopped or it's been tried. they trying to, to stop it once again. and this, i'm honestly using the, the worst means possible, which is violence between, between citizens, ronna. how does lebanon escape this cycle of corruption within its current political system? and i mean, there is no when we've set it for the past 2 years, we've been saying it for more. but we've said it since the start of the revolution in 2090. there is no solution where the current ruling political class, there is no solution with the current mafia, lebanon, and the fact that the international community and the regional countries are still
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kind of supportive of this ruling class, is not helping at all. this government has been formed with an alliance between so many regional and international powers. and yet it's being imposed on the living. he's wants more. and i, i don't think, i don't think that there is any solution or any negotiation that could possibly come out with a positive outcome with the current ruling class. i'm not saying it's easy to change the political class. i'm not saying it. we know that there are nations behind, at today the ruling party and lebanon, which is that has gone up. but what we are saying is that what we need at least, is to be able to operate in a safe space in a space where there is no daily violence. and let's, and then let's a lead the way towards election and see what people want. now for me, every time we move into a topic of politics, we are faced again with an imminent problem. today we have people who hadn't been killed. we have violence in the streets as we speak. and again, once more,
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we have another urgency and that people are trying to death already, they were trying to deal with a lot of priorities, an urgency. and now this is once again, once more, another urgency, and we're, we're summering, into the same math and cycle again. ronna, you're obviously in paris, you're not in lebanon, but you're from lebanon originally, had you look at what's happening there this morning and this afternoon, from a 5. how does it make you feel? and how do you think the rest of the lebanese population? a feeling at this point. listen, i mean i, i, i was just in, in, in be route i, yeah. i just arrived actually here and from lebanon. so i was there in september and, and i think, i actually think the very interesting question because most of the questions that we have been asked or for the past 2 years is about, you know,
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being qualitative. how are you going to make the change? how are you going to change its ruling class? and i think this such as to the human that we still are as the population and that we tend to forget. and how we feel is that we feel cornered in prison who feels forgotten. i mean, we feel bad and we thought that after one of the biggest explosions in the history and this, this is going to be the, the maximum of our suffering. and this is going to end. and yet we fold down every day more and more. so i think that we feel stuck, some of us are trying to find a way out. and some of us are trying to find a way out still being am in be lute and, and, and, and yet i feel that all the rage that we have poured on the streets and that we
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have stored in on august for after a year of the explosion is always facing much bigger players, much more violent players. and at the end of the day, we're just at people who want to know who killed us. then we would just to people who are known, live in freedom and dignity. sometimes it's as naive and simple as this and, and it's always about real politics and, and how we want everyone things to go in, in a political sense. well, we appreciate your while we appreciate your personal insights and perspective. thank you for taking the time to speak to us. run a curry in paris now. she's a lebanese political activist. thank you for your time. thank you. okay, it's delayed on al jazeera, broken drains, the afghan m. m a fighter who says everything they have been fighting for has to be put on hold. that's coming out with joy in support.
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whole ah aah! after the day of news is now time for sport, he's jo. emily, thank you very much. basketball star carrier irving has defended his decision to refuse the coven 19 vaccine saying it's what's best for him. the brooklyn that's god. won't be allowed to play all train with his team because rules in new york require professional athletes to have had at least one jap. he'll lose about half of his $35000000.00 salary by missing their home games. but speaking to more than 100000 fans on social media or wednesday,
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having said that money was never thing. i'm, i'm going was best for me. i know the consequences here, you know, and if it means that i am jose and demonized florida. s dash is what it is as the role i play and the financial consequences of i know i do not want to even do that . come on out. i love this game like love the game, but sometimes you really gotta make choices that ultimately can affect that. and it's unfortunate, but that's where we're in 2021. then it's general manager. sean marks decided on tuesday to leave irving out of the team until he's received at least one dose of the vaccine with the net season opening gain just 6 days away. the decisions got the backing of the teams coach. steve nash. we discussed all the possibilities and all of the things that are going on in and i support the decision and things change . we'd love to have carry back. curry believes in his beliefs for him. he stands
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firm shauna. and for us we respect it. you know, we all love car, but as far as us we have a job to do now to the right to qualify for the well cup incatel next year, and mexico maintain that placed the top, the table in the central north american and caribbean. so they be el salvador to know away from home to stay 3 points. claire the united states and 2nd place us speak, costa rica to one, and then they just qualify. when, while brazil preparing to face, you're going from their funds for the 1st time since the start of the coven, 1900 pandemic. the board has filled the fans at the training ground and now to watch them prepare around $10000.00 expected to attend the much. brazil lead the south american qualifying group 6 points, the head of argent. tina us open champion. daniel met with app has been eliminated from the indian wells tournament in california. the top seed facebook areas could go demi trough and wednesdays, last 16 match up, even though the russian one,
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the 1st set it was the 23rd said who finished stronger final score for 66463. after much, edward had said he can't see them in trough losing to anybody. bulgarian will take on poland who are poor catch. in the quarter finals, muslims have flourished in afghanistan over the past 20 years with both men and women taking part in different disciplines. but under the taliban government, men have little hope that matches will be televised, or that they'll be able to compete abroad or for the women. their participation looks like it's finished. a stephanie deck of reports from cobble zacky wants to keep a low profile these days. furring to train at home. he was due to attend to mixed martial arts or emma may match in russia before the taliban took over. now it's no longer possible. i mean this to mourn for i've been through hard thought griffith fro tom. i mean, i couldn't even sleep. i'm thing that is not going to happen again,
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like broadcasting from pbc because it's all on the, the glory control of the, of this group of all the bonham. and this is, this needs to be asparsa with useless forcibly as no, as far as sponsor to abuse know, and vis. he's one of afghanistan's most famous emma may fighters recognized on the street and with matches televised across the nation. but there are no matches now. oh, and it's a different audience, tooth zacky battles with himself to stay calm. he tells us it's the uncertainty that's hardest on his mind. his coach tells us that he's lost around 80 percent of his students, mostly due to the very few having money to spare these days. and with no latches, the few who can afford to train have little motivation. men's gyms remain open, but they are empty. people are wary, were told. ha ha,
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i me this 20 years have been like a, like a fiction, a story. i can say. you like her. a photo. like i'm realistic. thing like i woke up to zane yesterday was solomon after 20 years like they came in to the control and all i have been dreaming for it but you know, bore it on the ground for marcia, a member of the national c multi quando team. her dreams of making the 2024 olympics appear to have ended over night. she had a male coach, something the taliban forbids. and womens gyms have all been told to close a sofa, but i have a bad feeling. i have no hope that this situation all that effect of would change most movements with stretching her leg from that's white, the difficult them to allow girls to do like one to marcia was born after the taliban was forced from power 20 years ago. her generation has grown up more globally connected or educated. more independent of this sudden changing rules is
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difficult for them to grasp. my pocket, as most of my friends have cut their hair off, that's a psychological impact from the outside. we look fine, but on the inside it's all sadness. as her answer is being translated to me. i ask her if she still has hope or me hope she asks. oh, how me mon only other thing. right now all of us are hopeless. she tells us bank as well, but i believe in one thing. it's only a boy that no cruelty is permanent. her dreams and everything she's worked hard for are on hold for now. and possibly over for good stephanie decker, al jazeera cobble. and that's why he has fought for now. jemma will have more free later. emily, thank you very much, jerry or i that so for me here at the news hour i'm emily. ang went but don't go
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anyway. i'll be back. am i met with more of the days news? picanet? ah. the world is warming, and 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, indonesia, the country with an abundance of results for the trade already won indonesia, his friends. for me, we moved pool to grow and fraud. we balance for green economy, blue economy, and the digital economy. with the new job creation law, indonesia is progressively ensuring the policy reform to create quality jobs. invest, let be part linda. this is growth and progress in indonesia. now the
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city of cobble has experience so much upheaval for decades, and they says another change to get used to. and one that's boss from easy. my la situation to now it's not clear. i love all the people are just lost and confused. there are deep rooted fears about the erosion of basic christ in particular for women and girls, despite assurances from the taliban and about to return to cruel punishments for certain crimes was everybody will be safe. nobody's kid will be kidnapped again for ransom. now together, they're feeling thy way forward into their new reality. in the country with an abundance of results for the trade are and why indonesia, whose this turns forming. we move pool 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. invest, let be part linda. this is growth and progress. invest even easier now. ah, protests in lebanon against the judge, late in the investigation, is last use by rote blast, turn violence. 6 people, lack killed. the violence in people running to cover with civilians told to stay all the strains.


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