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well, blood and tears, french tea colonization on al jazeera mm . investigating the use and abuse of power across the globe. follow to sierra, ah . as victims from friday's bombing in kandahar lay to rest, the death toll rises to 65. a taliban is pledging to step up security at she. i'm mosques. ah, hello, i am. i am ozzy in london. you're watching al jazeera also coming up on the program . hospitals overwhelmed with malnourished children in
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ethiopia as tig wry region. where food, fuel and power running out under the government blockade a review is ordered into the security of british politicians after the murder of a 2nd, m. p in 5 years, also with nasa spacecraft, lucy bloss off on a 12 year mission to explore asteroids and find out how planets were formed. ah. all the taliban is pledging to step up security at she r mosques off to the 2nd major attack against worship is in a week a mass funeral has been held in kandahar following a bomb attack on friday, which is now known to have claimed the lives of 65 people i still in afghanistan has claimed responsibility. it's the group's 1st large scale attack in the south of
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the country and follows a similar blast at a mosque in the northern city of condos last week. they are the worst bombings in afghanistan since the taliban seized control of the capital and foreign forces with true. done us long of the slung people our coward enemies, merciless, too old. we ask dia lumnick, emerald, to seriously think about our security because our enemies will hama society by any means. they can. stephanie deca has worn out from cobble kandahar is police chief vowing to increase security with special police units at chia mosques across kandahar. this attack claim by i so significant in the sense of is the 1st of its kind in kandahar kandahar is the birthplace, the stronghold of the taliban. and i'm really what we're seeing over the last couple of weeks is an increase in pace and increase in geographical scope in these attacks. initially, they were more centered around dallas, about in the east of the country. they moved to cobble moving to couldn't do in the
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north. and now in the south, in kandahar we've also noticed it here in the sense of the taliban beefing up security. we went round a couple of the ministries to day and the security procedures were tighter and different than before. also a message from the interior ministry a couple of days ago, asking the taliban to look inward at at potential any ice will fight as that could be infiltrated among them. so what was beforehand this? the answer you'd usually get from the taliban when you asked them how much of a threat iceland, afghanistan was, they would play it down. now, it seems that they are starting to take it seriously. certainly these 2 groups have been fighting each other for quite a long time, but now the taliban is having to govern the country and having to prevent the kinds of attacks that they used to carry out themselves. meanwhile, the u. s. is offered compensation to the family of people killed in a drawing strike in august. 10 civilians including 7 children, were killed when their call was targeted. in the belief it was part of an iso bomb clause. the intelligence failure, raise questions about future risks,
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and whether the u. s. contract threats from afghanistan without being in the country. family members say u. s. authorities have taken no action to secure their relocation laundry cost out the u. s. that they will provide aid and they will compensate us and all that so far. they haven't done any of those. and they said they will take us to the us, but they haven't. no, definitely. we are eager to go because we were under security threats every minute and every 2nd of our lives are in danger. i. i miss my friends so much. nobody can understand our pain. they have harmless enormously and have ended our friendship. i even dream of them all. millions of people displaced by decades of war in afghanistan are increasingly alarmed by the countries ongoing instability, those living and make shift camps fear they might never leave or be able to return to their homes. food and medical supplies are dangerously low, and international groups are struggling to bring in aid from hazardous sharif hash marlborough reports. with mohammed as lamb doesn't have much time before
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winter arrives. he wants to complete his new math, brick house of this scar on the outskirts of the afghan city of mazata chevy. the father of mine, children says they could no longer live in the small towns he erected when they 1st arrived here from a neighboring village. where an image on my them as this is home, at least i feel safe by house was destroyed in the war. so the camp has become my home and my children's future will make as winter approaches. families become anxious, food supplies have shrunk, and aid has nearly stopped. the few international agencies to have looked after the displaced are struggling to bring aid into afghanistan for the most of the border crossings with neighboring countries are closed, and ad deliveries are restricted bacardi pocket. he's all these people are jobless and they cannot afford to buy food and most have been living in tents for months.
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it's getting cold money and people are starting to worry about their future. this school was recently built by an n g o for teachers and students. it offers an escape from life, beset by conflict and destruction, or anesha hall. listen, unlike the cam, because i don't want to go back to my village. this no way to live in a house was destroyed. i feel safe here. sarah and her family have sought refuge here. she says her house in condos was destroyed and her relatives were killed. she doesn't want to go back, but this isn't the place where she wants to spend her life either. mister glen? yeah, megan, i'm not, isn't it? i'm not that my to, to get cold at night and some of them is sick. i don't have money to buy food. if only i had a place where we can live in dignity, thousands of people, half leather villages in northern afghanistan. many of them ended up living here, traumatized by
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a war that has shuttered lives and separated millions from their families. for decades, refugees, and those displaced by war were told it was just a matter of time before they could get back home. now, many are still living in camps, and some are now married with children, the promise of resettlement and a permanent shelter will always delayed by war and instability. to day millions of afghan refugees and internally displaced may still have to wait and hope at one day . they would have a place to call home. hash balboa, as is either on the oscar. so mazata sitteth ah, fighting is escalating across ethiopia, northern regions with the military, launching a new offensive against forces from the tag ry region. a conflict spread from there in july when to grind forces pushed into the am hara and
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a far regions saying they were trying to break the government's blockade of to grind. hospitals now overwhelmed with children. suffering. severe malnutrition is andrew chappelle reports wise, 4 years old and being treated for severe malnourishment. her family has managed to get her to hospital in a region where many can't while there's some baby formula available today. there's no meat, eggs or milk o. since the evening of june 28th 7, people have died of hunger here at the either hospital. swelling in people's limbs is an indicator of malnutrition, and it's searching and te gray, according to unicef. miss on brought her child here. oh, when she got sick, she didn't get the proper to eat me in our village. that was because of the situation there. she didn't get proper medical help. it's been like this since june . when fighters from the t cry, people's liberation front or
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t p a left captured the capital mcclay and ethiopian federal government, but its population of half a 1000000 under blockade. 14 percent of much needed aid has entered the region since then, according to the un and no medicine. and then as the number of children being admitted to hospital has doubled this year, as their families run out of food, water fuel and the cache, they need to survive into shapell al jazeera. i already spoke to alex deval, executive director of the well piece foundation. he says, ethiopia government bolstered military for this latest offensive, who just in the last week, the ethiopian government, which had been amassing its forces, a massive numbers of new recruits. also new weaponry, launched an offensive in and around the town of dessie and her reaching to the south to grey back hadn't gone well to the government. they seem to have something,
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some serious reverses and the to grind defense forces, which really sprang out of nowhere at the beginning of the year and drove the government out to grind june for the key question is, are they going to be able to break this block a siege or is the united nation international communities going to be able to overcome the joke and governments chief weapon in this war which is hunger. thousands of demonstrators of rally near the presidential palace and hart turn a suit on grapples with its biggest political crisis. since the ousting of president bashir in 2019 and calling for an end to the transitional government, it supposed to lead the country to its 1st elections after 3 decades of dictatorship had been, morgan has more. ah, thousands of protesters again gather in front of the dance presidential palace. but for the 1st time since the countries revolution in december 2019,
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the coalition that organized that these protests is different. while it carries the name of foresters of freedom and change that lead protests against them, president omar bashir. this group broke away from bats coalition, mostly made up of armed groups. they're calling for an expansion of the government . there is injustice within the forces of freedom and change. we all participated in overthrowing the former regime. there are 33 bodies in the coalition, but not all are participating. we don't see ourselves in this government, and we want to know why some other models of your bomb. others who have joined the protests came with different demands. they know, and how gormley daddy. yeah, there has been a distribution of power and that was not the goal of the revolution. others have people didn't protest for this in 2019 to day milk and bread. i expensive marvia here to demand the government of taken care has been money. the protests reveal a widening rift between the factions of the civilian military transitional government,
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a rift that has been growing since an attempt at co last month. members of the new coalition have also spoken against the civilian component of the government, accusing it of abandoning the slogans of the revolution that brought it to power on friday to dance, prime minister abdulla hm. to address the nation calling for dialogue between all sides of the government, talked about when i would not be exaggerating. if i said this, political crisis is the worst and most dangerous crisis that threatens the transition, and even the entire country then warns of a terrible evil. this is due to the deep splits amongst civilians and among the military news as well as between the civilians and the military. most of those who call for sensitive processes are in the government at the national level and have her presentation in some state as part of a peace agreement signed last year. but they want to be included in governance all over the country to have a wider reach when elections are held at the end of the transitional period. some analysts say the root of the crisis lies in the peace agreement that was
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signed last year and which called for our group to be integrated into the national army. what is different systems that you have a lot more of each? we have a lot more civilian actors and have a lot more armed access to and even within the official arm groups or at least 2 very big camps, the protesters here say they want to move from the presidential palace until the government is dissolved. once again, sudan finds itself as a political stance built as divisions continue to hold it back from its transition to democracy. people morgan, alta 0 to still had on the program. ah, new zealand deployed musicians, gimmicks and giveaways that holds a 24 hour max of thought to speed up its inoculation drive. and will tell you, my africa's biggest film festival. king of them became vasa, the canada, helped to resurrect and industry hit hard by the pandemic. ah,
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hello there, there's lots of fine and dry weather to be found across australia. and it's looking more settled in the south east now that those storms have rolled off away from places like new south wales. and victoria with a lot of sunshine come in, the temperatures here are picking up over the days to come, but it's going to get wetter. for parts of queens and brisbin is going to the thunderstorms come into play by the time we get into monday and the wet weather will pull in superb. by the time we get into choose day, you can see that system moving its way east. now, more centrally on up in the north, it is looking a lot finer and dryer. a lot of heat coming through the alice springs. if we look at the 3 day, by the time we get to choose, they were going to be touching 40 degrees celsius. now as we hope across the tasman see to new zealand, a lot of that warmth we seem in the south of the farm island is going to be blown
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out by this weather system that sweeps in. we've got warnings out for heavy rain, for strong winds, and of a wintry mix that's coming into play along the west as we go into monday. is going to shift to the north island, pushing through, leaving some showers behind. but it will start to dry up and as we move to southeast asia, it's looking very well indeed for parts of indo china, in particular for vietnam, from the remnants of that tropical storm. that to weather update. ah, a $150000000.00 trees disappeared every year into the quote that we all wear from ok, cycling to say the forest ferry miss yellow drip played from blue jeans pill to conserving the wo. dwindling wetlands. 3 peeps worlds mobile bird migration white retrospect right. where we are basically discovered a treasure chart is one of the most special work labs on the plan rise ecosystems
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alerts on al jazeera lou. ah ah, welcome back the top stories now. the death toll from friday's bomb attack and candour has risen to 65 and taliban is pledging to step up security at chia mosques off to the 2nd major attack against worship is in a week. both claimed by iso hospitals in northern ethiopia, overwhelmed with malnourished children as the fighting in and around take ry causes hunger to spread on thousands of demonstrators rallied me in the presidential potus
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and hard tomb. as to dawn, grapples with its biggest political price, isn't the ousting of president omar bashir here, the security of british politicians is being reviewed after an m p was my that and what police of called a terrorist incident. david amos was stop to death as he met his constituents on friday. a man is being held after he was arrested on the scene and leon see from where we challenge reports. for a day, at least, british politicians put aside the divisions and united to mourn. one of their own, the prime minister and the leader of the opposition laid wreaths where conservative m p. david amos was murdered on friday. police arrested a 25 year old british man and are investigating the killing as an act of terrorism . reverent clifford human as the minister belfast, the church where david amos had been meeting constituents when he was fatally stabbed. he was personally genuinely light people and tried to help him as best as
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they so room for this to happen to somebody was trying to do some good in the community is really where it's coming person. you just don't understand it, a good man and a fine public 7 says that message, a true gentleman who supported his community, says one down here and there's another over there. thank you for your dedicated service to our community for so many years. so many of these tributes have a similar message, david amos die doing something that was integrity of his job. he was out there meeting the public face to face, but it raises the question ah, and piece safe enough. although westminster can seem like a fortress with arms, police never far away. most m. p 's have little to no protection when they're in their constituencies. and this is the 2nd m, p to be murdered in 5 years. joe cox from the opposition labor party was killed by a white supremacist in 2016 on the streets of the area. she represented the home
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secretary as lawrence to safety review measures underway. right now. i've convened meetings yesterday. i've been with the speaker of the house and with the police and security services to make sure that all measures are being put in place for the security of m p so that they can carry on with the duties as elected democratic members. one conservative m p tobias elwood says, face to face meetings with constituents should be stopped until they can be moved on line in 2017. he tried to save the life of a police officer fatally wounded in the westminster bridge attack that left 6 people dead. but many more m p say meeting the public is a vital part of their jobs and the functioning of british democracy. and even a tragedy such as this shouldn't be allowed to disrupt it. for each hollins, out as era, leon c and essex. the lebanese army is saying
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a soldier fired towards protest as in beirut, on thursday, under investigation. cctv footage shows a lebanese soldier in the bottom right corner of the screen. shooting a demonstrator at close range of the army was pushing back protest as well. 7 people were killed in the sick carrying flashes near a protest a morning or a placement and the judge investigating lawsuit. they report. loss and protests was called by his butler, which says the investigation is biased. the prime minister g. mccarthy said his government won't interfere with the work because witchery, police of detained 900 people in relation to the fun it's miss has moved from bay with those arrested. were identified on tv, recorded in the area of tell you, night at the time the violence broke out on thursday night now has bala is repeated not accusation. that that protest is what ambushed by people from the lebanese christian forces. party,
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as those has ball support is protested in that area. it's on a dividing line between a christian and she communities. now the lebanese christian forces lead us. i mean, georgia has gone on radio denying they were anything to do at anything to do with the fighting on thursday night is that they were having a meeting in the area and the meeting was to decide what steps they would take. it judge tara was removed as the leading, investigating judge into the port explosion. and they said that, decided they, coal for a general strike. i mean, they knew that was going to be a protest in the area. and enough for i have a military presence that to make sure it passed off peacefully. as we know it didn't. and josh said what happened was a mini civil war. now it says the army arrested what he called snipers, and they need to tell us who they are, where they have come from. now, some of the political leader of the writing back party has paula the most powerful party here in lebanon. he's going to speak on monday night,
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and he will address what happened on thursday, thursday night in last week. more than one in 15 new zealand as for inoculated against covered 19 on saturday during a 24 hour lacks a thought country had been loaded for its handling of the pandemic. the vaccine roll out has been slow and it's now struggling to contain an outbreak of the delta variant wine, hey reports. ah, it was called super saturday'd and was designed to entice new zealanders to get vaccinated against covert 19. the goal was to administer 100000 doses in one day, which was easily surpassed danishes on hard to form. it's on and i have just made really lazy beatrice differently. hubs way modest isn't. yeah. as covert cases rise mainly in the larger city, oakland giveaways and gimmicks will use to persuade people to receive the pfizer jab, including a vaccination center sit up on an unusual and plane. there was particular focus on
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pacific island and indigenous multi communities where vaccination rates are lower than others. overall, jezzlyn wants to have 90 percent of the eligible population immunized. it was 62 percent before super saturday at the beginning of the pandemic, diesel and adopted an elimination strategy. and for the most part it's been successful. but at the same time, it's fallen behind much of the rest of the world when it comes to vaccinations and with delta probably here to stay. the government is now racing to catch up. in the meantime, there are concerns the outbreak of the delta variant could get out of control. oakland is still largely locked down, but the government has abandoned its elimination strategy. the numbers continue to rise in the australian state of victoria to with almost 2000 new cases confirmed on saturday and 7 debts, including a 15 year old. but next week the state government says stay at home or will be lifted if the vaccination rate reaches 70 percent over 5000000 and 6000 victorians
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are now released 1st. those vaccinated. that means that i did a half percent of the over 16 population. i'm has now had her 1st dose and 64.3 percent of had the 2nd us restrictions are also being eased in many asian countries including vietnam, where people can dine and restaurants for the 1st time in months. but the new freedoms are having a negative effect on the manufacturing industry cove, at 19 loc downs and hot human city meant many factories that supply some of the world's biggest brands couldn't operate. now that they can, they don't have enough workers because many have left the city to return to their home provinces. the government estimates more than 2000000 may leave dealing another setback to vietnam's economy and the global supply chain. wayne, hey, al jazeera toner museums, nasir as and spacecraft called lucy on a 1st of its kind 6300000000 kilometer johnny to find out more about the solar
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systems most distant planets. it will be the 1st craft to study jupiter's ancient chosen asteroids, and it could explain more about how planets were formed as annie gallagher reports . teach us more about future threats to earth. 3 to one, nasa says this is a trail blazing mission to seek out answers about the dawn of our solar system. over the next 12 years, the lucy space crack will travel more than 6000000000 kilometers to the giant gas planet. jupiter. once there, the tiny craft will study the so called trojan asteroids caught in the planets, gravitational poll. these things really are the fossils of war climates form from right. we understand plums formed as these things hid each other and grew and competed. and these are the leftovers of that. so if you want to understand where the solar system came from, you have to go to these small bodies. this is nasa's longest exploratory mission to
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date with t members preparing for more than a decade. if all goes well, lucy will reach the 1st swarm of asteroids by august 2027. before unfurling it's unique array of solar panels. they will be the largest solar rays flying the largest distance from the sign. and so lucy will be the 1st spacecraft that flying to furthers on solar power. it'll be years before we get any answers about these ancient roxanne space, but scientists say understanding them will help protect our planet against rogue asteroids that may head towards the earth. it's happened before most famously in 2013 when an asteroid crash through the earth's atmosphere over russia, producing a shock wave that caused mass injuries and structural damage is a scenario scientists of long talked about this mission may be vital in protecting
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our planet. that's easy, crucial components of understanding what fit that goes to our old plan of the earth . we can't defend our self from objects which we don't know anything about next month. nasa plans to launch its dark spacecraft with the intention of deliberately colliding with an asteroid. it's all part of a planetary defense strategy, even as lucy begins. it's years long. search for answers and gallagher al jazeera miami, florida on a rush, an actress and film director of preparing to depart from the international space station off to filming scenes for the walls. first movie in space jojo parasol that clement ship anchor and calls me not allegra litski have set their farewells and close the hatch out of their return to earth. the team spent 12 days in orbit filming scenes for that movie. the challenge russian crew beat tom cruiser also plans to fill in space. his flights been delayed to early next year.
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or now the biggest festival of african cinema is on the way became of us as capital . why do go film showcased at the pan african festival of cinema and television, also known as fest, bucko a made by africans and mostly produced on the continent. a total of 17 productions have been short listed for the best film award. festival has been running for more than 50 years and represents a rare opportunity for african storytellers to showcase their creations on a global stage. nicholas hack is there. beyond the glitz and glamour on display, on the red carpet, the fest bucko is about this. watching movies there, chewing up to watch the latest movie from the franco senegalese director, many job a film that was recognized in the count, fist film festival. but for her it's important to show it right here in burkina faso. this is what she had to say. i think the big deal for me to share this movie with the audience tonight with the booking abbey. again tonight beyond
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the festival, the and the price pm, the competition. we tend to forget that the most important thing is, is very deep relationship between a film and the spectator. it's certainly over $200.00 movies, have been selected to science fiction, movies, comedies, animations, documentaries, and also experimental experimental movies from more than 50 african countries including synagogue. that's honored in this year's fest, plato because this is the best neighbor ever. this is the country of resistance, of resilience, of her heart, soul, and cinema. this is the place to be. this is a place all of us, one to be. we don't want to go to can, we don't want to go to lacardo. we want to go to the spackle this is more than showcasing african cinema to an african audience that allows people to explore new
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and alternative narratives that are often ignored by the film industry and for young african directors to meet distributors so that they can showcase their talent and reach a bigger audience. we end with the volcano on the spanish island of la palmer. he says and live pitches coming to us. as lava continues to pull from the horn bay via a low cane which started erupting 3 and a half weeks. ah! just a quick look at the main stories now and the taliban is pledging to step up security it she r mosques after the 2nd major attack against worshippers in a week. a mass funeral has been held in kandahar following a bomb attack on friday, which is now known to have killed 65 people and wounded more than a 100. i so has claim responsibility. it's the group's 1st large scale attack in
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the south of the country out there a stephanie decker.


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