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and their hope for a better life can meet them into trouble breathing tough conditions, gambling with them, they'll put their lives in danger. just a very risky needle. when l g o play an important role protecting you in. ringback your face mm mm. oh. oh, in afghanistan, cher worship as a targeted for the 2nd time and just days. explosions, killed dozens at mosque in the taliban heartland. ah, oh, i'm sorry, i'm noisy in london, you're watching al jazeera also coming up on the program. a british m b dies after
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being stabbed several times. as the police investigation begins, questions are raised about the safety of politicians. anger, and suspicion boil over an english speaking cameroon, and demonstrators turn on a police officer. they accuse of killing a schoolgirl and residents in this us city are told to turn off the taps 3 years after lead contamination was 1st detected in that water supplying ah hello, welcome to the program, our top story, at least 41. people have been killed. dozens have been wounded in an attack on worshippers in afghanistan. it happened during friday. prayers that the largest shia mosque in the southern city of kandahar, which is the country, 2nd largest city and considered the birthplace of the taliban. i still in afghanistan has claimed to have carried out the attack,
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stephanie decker upwards now from the capital kabul o d explosions ripped through friday. prayers, reports suggest several suicide bombers were involved in the attack or solano. they were 3 people. the 1st one entered and killed the gate keeper, and the remaining to the end of the mosque, they were armed. i opened fire 1st and then all 3 of them detonated themselves together. many of my family members were mounted there. then i wow. ambulance crews rushed to the scene. casualties mounted. this is the largest shia mosque in kandahar the province is taliban heartland in the south of canister on the groups birthplace and stronghold. and this significantly, the 1st attack of its kind here. this the 2nd on a she a place of worship. in 7 days. last friday, she a mosque was attacked in conduce in the north east of the country. more than 60 people were killed as they to attended friday prayers. and i so suicide bomber
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entered and detonated his explosive. among them there appears to have been an increase in pace and your graphical scope. and attacks carried out by iceland, afghanistan over the last couple of weeks or the taliban is always said that it is the only group able to maintain security across the country. but that premise is now being challenged. and despite the taliban saying it had the idle threat under control just a few days ago, the interior ministry giving a press conference asking taliban fighters to be cautious among their ranks, hinting at concerns of infiltration, the holiday de la de la bar. so that if someone is found in any of army units linked to i, so let it be known that the unit commander will be interrogated and the unit will be dissolved assad below its 2 months since the taliban took control of the country . having to adapt from insurgency to governance, and despite a diplomatic push abroad, millions of dollars of much needed international donor money are still being withheld. as the international community demands more inclusive government and the
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protection of women's rights and those of minorities agents is a warning of a humanitarian catastrophe. as the country is running severely low on cash, salaries haven't been paid in months. millions of people don't have enough to eat and winter is coming. all this compounded by an unpredictable security situation with new dynamics at play, stephanie decker al jazeera cobble. so earlier is folk to charlie winter direct her research it x track, a company which analyzes daytron communications. shes related to violent extremism . he says i still in afghanistan and tends to send a clear message to the taliban. this is the 1st time it's ever been operationally active in this paragraph canister. it's i have k p trying to demonstrate that no matter what the taliban says, no much it's rhetoric has 6 garrett instability. it doesn't have a hold on security in the country and the big promise of security that it's been saying it would be able to bring traffic on for years. it's trying now to
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demonstrate that that's a false comments. well, it's clear that there's a network that spans across afghanistan far away from just the eastern reaches of the country. now go, how can our web they've been that kind of historical hope that is support for i s k p in previous years. and what's happened over the last few weeks as finances picked up in that part of the country, the taliban has put a lot of it. security focus is really prioritized manga. and his rounded up a lot of scientists and people accused of being associated with ice k, p, in that particular part of the country. so difficult for them to operate that ah, a british member of parliament from the governing conservative party has died after being stamped several times. 69 year old david amos was a veteran, member of parliament was meeting members of the public when
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a man attacked him at 25 year old has been arrested on suspicion of murder off the incident at the church. in leon say, not involve in our ports in an investigation still unfolding no clear motive as emerged for the attack on m. p. david amos, the veteran, conservative member of parliament, died of his wounds having been stabbed several times during a meeting with his constituents in southeast england. and 6 police said a man had been arrested at the scene in a church hole in the seaside town of leon. see, the 25 year old was arrested on suspicion of murder. a night was also recovered. the investigation is in its very early stages and is being led by officers from the specialist counterterrorism command. we made it clear at the time of the incident that we did not believe there was any immediate further threat to any one else in the area. it will be for investigator to determine whether or not this is
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a terrorist incident. many in leon c found it hard to believe what had happened. yeah, of having part about a model. it's hard to try to help people and that. yeah. crazy. he was in florida for an open in the political holes of westminster. meanwhile, shock and dismay. david was a man who believe passionately in this country and in its future. and we've, we've lost to day a fine public servant and a much loved friend and colleague. ling time for debate. david amos had been the m p for south and west since 1997 and a conservative member of parliament since 1983 you have been was one of the longest serving members of the house of commons to talk about animal welfare generally cruelty to animals and the lender of animal rights colleagues describes david amos has kind, compassionate and well light. he said to have been keenly dedicated to his regular
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open door meetings with constituents and enjoyed bringing their concerns to the floor of the house. he is not the 1st m p to have been killed in the course of his duties. most infamous, in recent times, was the murder of labor party, m. p. jo cox in her northern england constituency. in 2016. she was stabbed and short by a fall right supporter a week before the bricks at referendum. it can't be beyond the width of man to provide some form of security to members of parliament whilst still respecting that tradition of being able to see your emp, hey. so, you know, when it's coming up, you can roster on a police officer to be in the room if that's what it's going to take. david amos is killing, has clearly created a great amount of shock here in his constituency and around the country. but it's also raised once again, questions of how politicians can maintain contact with the public. they represent. nadine barbara al jazeera leon,
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see in south east of england. funerals have been held for the 7 people killed in a roots where st. vines are every decade. city was rocked by near constant gunfire . for more than 4 hours on thursday. 19 people ethan rested on violence. next began when unidentified snipers on rooftops, congress in a protest, much, much was organized by his bela and its allies. among the removal of the judge of the scene investigation into last year's fort explosion, barnett smith is in favor forest with more on port bloss investigation and the fall out from thursdays, lions. that most lebanese politicians don't seem to want this investigation to go on. they don't just want to eric retire removing from his pros post as the leading, investigating judge that are interested in the investigation going on. because it's on billy unveiling and will unveil some dirty secrets, linking corruption and lebanese politicians. judge baton didn't only want to speak
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to politicians allied to his bala. he wanted to speak to a christian general, a christian politician. he wanted to speak to lebanon's former prime minister hassan deb. so there were a wide range of people he wanted to speak to unless investigation has the broad support of the lebanese population, because they not only want justice for the people who were killed in last year's explosion. but they want this as a demonstration, if you like, that there is still some to some sort of rule of law in lebanon and an ability to hold people accountable. the government is called a day of mornings, or most businesses and government offices are closed. as bowler has said, that it will not be dry into a civil war, but a senior leader of the group hush him just as a field in sad or at the funeral to day that we will not. but the blood of our martyrs be in vain. and has mala has repeated the accusation that cypress, from the lebanese forces her from the christine lebanese force,
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it party ambushed. she either has bola supporters as they came to a protest in this part of a route i'm in an area that divides a christine neighbourhood behind me from a shiite neighbourhood. over to the other side, there remains a military presence here. pretty lebanese forces have denied very strongly that they did ambush. these has bhalla supporters authorities in english speaking western cameroon, of called for com, after school girl died when police fired on a car, a checkpoint. a crowd of people later killed the office. they thought was responsible . the incident took place an area where a separatist have been in conflict with government forces for 4 years. algae, there is an interest reports now from neighboring nigeria, ah, in a city known for protest against the government in violence. these images, water officials, i protested, took to the streets, accusing a police officer of killing the 5 year old. of their mother, refused to pay him
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a bribe. b kareka, buddy to the governor's office. the letters volumes and the lines attend situation in english speaking. come roll, while government forces are fighting separatist want independence. he's been coiling as a mother and a mother. if you can get the money to arrange everything really good. what's your, what's the thing knowing it? no, yoga, no, i'm fine. now you get to this as the last time it's been it's been a month it's, i owe it 2017, separated from the embers on your movement, declare independence from cameroon. why more than 80 percent of the population is francophone. that led to a crackdown by security forces. the foyer rollins has claimed more than 3500 lies
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and forced around 700000 people from their own. desperate to stop the protest of the city of bureau from getting out of control official promised to investigate the shooting of the school go. i don't judge a job or no beer is tense. what call it what it will hold, use, and be able to keep it that way. with the grease algebra or hundreds of people have gathered and became a fast as capital a pay tribute, the former president thomas and car up 34 years to the day since his assassination
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revolutionary pan africanist led the country from 1983 on monday, 14 men including for the present, bless, compar i went on trial over the killing a case has been a john to later this month. so defense lawyers can have more time to consider. thousands of documents submitted as evidence. watching al jazeera life from london much more to latin program, and we look at life at the mercy of climate change. millions of people and all than kenya could go hungry and just weeks as the rains refuse to come. also hope everyone. i hope everyone loves it. as much as we love her. and since like christian, she was betrayal of tragic british princess. if it's not strictly true, ah
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hello there. let's have a look at the weather across australia and we've seems to be a thunderstorms roll across the southeast. this was the scene in sydney. we had torrential rain, lightning damaging hail, and strong winds come into play. now this weather system is going to stick around for the next few days, bringing those conditions to new south wales. stronger winds as well for victoria aren't as mania. we have had some warnings out, but as we go into sunday, it is going to push off towards new zealand. and the warmth will come in behind that adelaide sitting at $21.00 degrees. we'll see some temperatures pick up here elsewhere. it is looking fine and dryer up in the north of you showers for darwin, and it's going to get wet on sunday for perth. the temperature is going to come down slightly because we've seen a lot of heat here recently, but the heat is going to come back in for those central areas. alice springs is going to see the temperature pick up to $38.00 degrees. by the time we get to monday, but there will be some cloud cover at play. as we move to new zealand. it's a similar story, lots a cloud to the south and north island on saturday. a weather system sweeps in on
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sunday, bringing some very heavy rain strong winds. we are expecting some warnings to come up with that. and a wintery mix to the west, but it stays clear in christ church at $22.00 degrees celsius. that to whether ah, on counting the calls, the battle for influenza in latin america, after seating round to china, the u. s. peaks to win over its neighbors with billions of dollars. the new investment and online learning took off during the pandemic, but can be had to take thought i'd turn a profit. counting the cost on colleges here, unprompted undone, interrupted discussions from our london broadcast center. oh, now to 0. ah
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ah, ah, welcome back. the top stories this now and now at least 41 people have been killed and dozens wounded in an attack on a she on last in afghanistan. this happened during friday prayers in the southern city of kandahar to believe that will multiple explosions. member of parliament from you guys, governor conservative party has died off to being stabbed several times. 69 year old david amos was meeting members of the public at the church when a man entered and attacked him. and funerals have been held for the 7 people killed in fe. routes was street violence and more than 10 years since he was rocked by near constant gone fire for several hours on thursday, which began off to snipers. targeted a protest march. now people in the capital of canada,
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canada's arctic. none of that territory have been told not to use any tap water because of fears. it's contaminated with fuel economy. residents started complaining about the smell of petrol in their water. at the beginning of october, the city insisted it was safe. state of emergency was then declared on tuesday. after fumes were detected at the treatment plant. drinking water is now being flown into the territory. many people using water from a local river residence in a 2nd city in the state of michigan have been told not to drink their tap water because of lead contamination. benton, honda is a majority black city with high levels of lead than fellow michigan city. flint had at the height of its war to crisis that was detected in the cities pipes 3 years ago. the state officials say it will take another 18 months to replace them. john hendrick has our point in bent in harbor. the water
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is brown in people are seeing red get away a laugh for some while here. so i'll know what the dear, i don't know for the 2nd time in recent memory. the state of michigan is taking years to clean up lead, tainted drinking water in a majority. black city, when a visitor complained about the water. reverend edward pinkney had it tested and found high levels of lead. he says there's a reason it's taking so long to remove it, environmental racism just so what if, if, if o a white woman would count was, oh, will you see see her on a camel with a little baby and she's crying and told me that the little destroying her baby, there was a, was sent out the army of thea will be here. all the pentagon would be everybody would be here and they are resolved as being and less than 6 months. but by being a black city is a whole different story. 2 years after the majority,
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black town of flint resolved a 5 year long crisis with lead in its water bent in harbours, water is even more toxic. my water sounds bad. does it make you mad? yes, they does not take a bath, then a brush. our teeth and land it is, but with us always in the most tainted samples from homes here contained $889.00 parts of lead per $1000000059.00 times the states, 15 parts per 1000000000 limit on thursday with residents lining up for bottled water, 3 years after the city discovered its taps were tainted, the state announced it would replace all of the cities underground, lead pipes within 18 months. this directive ensures that state government has taken a truly all hands on deck approach. the mayor is careful not to criticize the state leaders who have committed to replace the city's lead pipes, but he to raises the spectre of racial discrimination. the entire system quite
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honestly. ah, sits since his inception from the federal and state level has not been kind and friendly to black people. i think that there's been some headway. ah, but quite honestly, there's a long way to go. because of the racial, not just insensitivity by in justice. the average income here is about $32000.00 a year just above the poverty line for a family of 4. here at lake michigan, the water is lead free. it picks up the lead, as it course is through the cities aging pipes. there's water everywhere. it's just not safe to drink. so far, the city has promises of $18000000.00 of the $28000000.00 it will take to replace all of its lead supply pipes. it will have to find the remaining $10000000.00 somewhere to finish the project on time. in 2023. john henderson al jazeera,
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bent in harbor michigan. any 2 and a half 1000000 k as will struggle to find enough to eat by next month. as a drought begins to take hold north of the country as seen to dry rainy seasons in a row, local charities of blamed warming temperatures for droughts happening will regularly cause food prices to rock at now 16 percent higher than normal. yeah, i only years of allowed to take what don't use died. sheep goats have died too early. god will help me. 2 if you will, will, over this area, you will see what else i already said there is hunger resulting from severe drought and we are unable to sell our animals. so we came to receive the 8 as we have nothing otherwise go so on. sellable cars are even worse to sell and our children are starving. meanwhile, the white house has issued a report on her plans to protect american families and businesses from the economic risks of climate change. parts of the us have been experiencing extreme weather
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including wildfires and hurricanes, fueled by the warming climate. in february, a cold snap in texas lead to widespread power outage is causing an estimated $10000000000.00 in property damage. our house correspond kimberly hawk. it brings us this update. the biden administration through this plan seeks to show that essentially every aspect of the u. s. economy that touches ordinary lives. and also businesses is affected by climate change, whether it be extreme, whether in the form of flooding, drought, even wild fires, that all of this has an economic impact. what the challenge is for the, by the administration of it is of course, putting these words into action and that's where the challenge is for this white house, given the fact that they're headed to this un climate summit. and right now, what the biden administration has is a very good plan, but it needs congress to pass this plan into law in order for these commitments to
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move ahead. and so that is the problem for this white house. it's fearful that not only may this not get passed, but this may not get past it at all and let alone before this international summit . so this is the challenge. still the white house pushing very hard. in fact, 13 cabinet members will be attending in glasgow. scotland to show the priority that this white house is taking when it comes to climate change. your strategy and city of sydney will reopened some fully vaccinated travelers from next month. country closed its orders in march last year, forcing citizens and permanent residence to undergo hotel quarantine at their own expense. several of the countries in the asia pacific region also slowly easing restrictions. as vaccination rates increase from allen dog and has more it is the kind of frenzy that many people in as shall you see. they had missed for too long. looking flights for international travel,
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the country closest borders in march last year, but from november, the 1st citizens and permanent residents, and their immediate family members can travel to and from sydney international airport. without having to quarantine, they'll need to be fully vaccinated against kobe 19. and this easing of restrictions in new south wales doesn't apply to tourists. the states premier says a major step forward or want to open up new south walls to the wall, or we need to rejoin the vault. we can't leave here in a hermit kingdom, or we've got to open up and this decision to die, or is it is a big want, but it's the raw, want to get new south walls connected globally. but in neighboring new zealand, officials are implementing some of the toughest covey restrictions in the world. almost all recent cases have been detected in auckland. my message today is clear. we need people in oakland to stick to the alert label 3 rose is the director of
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public health has just seed this outbreak is not an a small number of clusters in a small geographical area. it is affecting people in all parts of oakland, which makes it every once job in oakland to help prevent its spirit, deputy prime minister grant robertson said keys numbers in auckland are rising quicker than expected. about 60 percent of its population have been vaccinated, and authorities aim to ramp up, immunization drives this weekend. in india, scientists see they're working with local manufacturers to develop technologies to me. cobra 19 tests more affordable to many oral key production at the high quality we what we were able to bring it done. not ready significantly and right now as you know, the cost. so come down for $4500.00 to all the way to possibly a few 100 rupees countries, including south korea. japan,
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thailand and the philippines are slowly easing restrictions after asserted decrees in corbett cases, and many see that for and the signal that asia is well on its way to recovery. jamal alan dorgan al jazeera manila china is launched. it 2nd crude space flight as part of its mission to build a space station by the end of next year. ah, the 3 astronauts on board will spend 6 months working on the new platform the longest. any chinese crew members have spent it or bit the 1st section of young gong one launched in april and this mission will focus on testing living quarters as, as the 2nd 4 flights to complete a space station your the ill fated nyja princess diana and prince charles has taken saint stage at a london film festival. it's not the 1st time the british royal family has been depicted in a less than complimentary manner. but critics say this version of the stories trays
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wildly from reality move baka has more gracing the red carpet. kristin stewart's the latest actor to lay her reputation on the line playing one of the world's most photograph women, the 2 marriage princess, diana and prince charles has been depicted before hallways. but spencer diana's maiden name is something darkly different. we came at this with such love and even if everyone hated it, kind of it would be okay because we really did just put everything we had into it and we loved her so much and just wanted to understand her and sort of fantasize about her for an hour and a half, you know, i hope everyone likes it. i mean, i love everyone loves it. like as much as we love her. gillian director pablo lorraine takes viewers beyond the news headline to, to a gothic nightmare set over 3 days. it follows diana was she reluctantly joined the royals for christmas as a marriage to prince charles crumbles. there's eating,
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drinking, and shooting, and the ghosts of queens past is anything but a true story that doesn't seem to matter or does it the power of the story does make it fascinating. and from that point of view, i was very intrigued by it. equally. i did feel that the director knew how to cost diana, but not to tell a story with any link to fact. so if you're expecting a raw reaction to all of this, well, i think again, the house of windsor is notoriously tight lipped when it comes to unwanted attention. and is precisely that silence. the filmmakers have filled with their own interpretation of what's going on behind palace walls. spencer follows the success of the netflix series, the crown 73000000 households world wide to did to the royal drama. with season 5 starting next year. netflix has been under pressure from british government ministers to issue a disclaimer. making clear the show is fiction. netflix has refused this year's
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festival starts with the roll tragedy. and it ends with one to the final film is the tragedy of macbeth story, dental washington. a shakespearian tale of greed and betrayal. a fable based on real history. a formula repeated in spencer, where the truth doesn't get in the way her good good story. he park al jazeera, the london film festival. ah, quit look at the main stories this hour now and other 40 people have been killed, dozens wounded in an attack in afghanistan. this happened during friday prayers that elijah shan lost in the southern city of kandahar. believe there were multiple explosions, canned, ours afghan hassan. second largest city and considered the birthplace and the town of and i still in afghanistan came to have carried out the attack. a member of
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parliament from u. k governing conservative party has died after being stabbed.


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