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crime and radicalization. tired of negative stereotypes, youth worker began ideally, is reclaiming its image by putting its young residence behind the camera. the stories we don't often hear told by the people who live them, live moody would disrupt and out of europe. ah . top us general turned the top diplomat, colin powell dyes of coven 19 complications at the age of $84.00. ah. hello barbara sarah. you're watching al jazeera alive from london, also coming up the streets of porter, prince for quiet as workers strike over hate. his lack of security, 2 days after
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a group of missionaries is at least $35.00 dead in india's perilous state. heavy rain washes away houses and forces officials to open it near overflowing. and as the hunger crisis claims more young lives in northern ethiopia, reports of government, the airstrikes on t grice, capital, aah! colon power, one of the u. s. is leading military and political figures for almost 2 decades has died at the age of $84.00. his family confirmed that powell who was suffering a form of blood cancer, died from coven 19 complications. that he was the 1st black american to serve as secretary of state. and as the country's top general or white house correspondent, kimberly how kit looked back at colin powell life and career. the news the colin
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powell had died of covered complications came as a shock to many. powell had been battling cancer but was fully vaccinated. a sad reminder that the vaccine doesn't always offer full immunity against the disease. immediately the attributes to the retired 4 star general poured in. and i believe surgery palsy, yours is a soldier or what made him such an exceptional diplomat. he knew that war and military action should always be a last resort in a statement you as president joe biden, who powell and doris in the 2020 election called him a good man and a confidant. adding, i will miss being able to call on his wisdom in the future and iraq's behavior show that as secretary of state under president george w bush, powell will be remembered as the person who made the case to the world in 2003 that iraqi leader saddam hussein had weapons of mass destruction,
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a key justification for the american invasion of iraq. it was a claim he later regretted your to his credit or he was accountable. yeah. he, he admitted, you know, his mistakes ah, me or later. ah, that is not something that you we've heard across the bush national security team. on monday. bush issued a statement, pointing out the power was so respected, he earned the presidential medal of freedom twice. powell, a vietnam veteran serv. most of his life in the u. s. military before he entered politics, as the 1st african american secretary of state, he set an example for those who came after him. the senate, the 1st black president, brock obama said powell never denied the role that res played in his own life. and to in our society more broadly, but he also refused to accept that race would limit his dreams. he has been my
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mentor for a number of years. i always make time for me and i can always go to them with what tough issues. colin powell served multiple republican presidents, but later in life endorsed democratic candidates for president. he put duty to country above allegiance to any political party. yet another reason, but in a divided united states, americans from the right and left are honoring the example set by colin powell. lauren's core is a former assistant secretary of defense who worked with colin powell. he told us about the man that he knew and how he was a vol model to many americans. first of all, he had a wonderful sense of humor. he was always smiling and laughing and he would see the humor aside, even though some, you know, very serious type of things. he was very smart and he could take complex issues and
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put them in language that normal people, you know, could, could, i could understand. he was also a role model because basically he was an african american odd that was serving in the military in the southern part of the united states before, you know, did say geisha had ended it, it was very, very difficult for him to be there. you know, and he handled that, you know, so well. and then of course the nom, which was unwinnable, you know, all war he was able to do that and you know, good get his soldiers through it. so i think you're right. i mean, a lot of people don't know that they only, you know, he came on board a secretary of state, and since the whole iraq war was such a mess he got torn, aspired so did indeed get tarnished by the iraq war. he did apologize this for his endorsement of the invasion,
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but many iraqis haven't forgotten powells role in that devastating war. the other, the man died, but we would not forget what he did to iraq and his wrong policy, which led to, to day. he was difficult to handle and did not want the stability of a rock. he asked his failed policy, led to the destruction and to all what befell iraq and unfortunately took his backwards. ah, the strengths of porter prance are uncharacteristically quiet after unions and organizations called a strike to protest against haiti's dire security situation. just a few taxi drivers drove through the capital looking for customers. when they also say that they're angry at the spiraling economic crisis in the country. the situation for many haitians has become much harder since the assassination of the
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president, jovan, and maurice in july, followed by an earthquake that killed more than 2000 people in august. look at b, c in all countries around the world. security is the 1st public good. it means that when you are in a country which has no social security, again, group forces you to move around the kidnap you, the rape your children. when we can't eat, it's kind of an insecurity to i support the strike 100 percent for the right for life to change your re barbara. when we stopped in relation to the economic situation of the country where they are in this country. nothing works where it's going badly, the population lives in a situation which they can no longer live. again, we will have the problem that the children cannot go to school gas problems. them got these problems take place far too often. ali, now all of us have stopped by word. the actual follows the kidnapping of 17 christian missionaries. they were taken by a gang on saturday after visiting an orphanage. the u. s. a sent
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a team to haiti to help locate and release that 12 adults and 5 children hate. he has been struggling with a huge rising kidnappings in recent months. well, harold isaac, as a journalist or radio kiss sky in haiti, he says, the strike is a desperate plea from nations seeking a solution to the crisis. it's affecting everything, including our communications, our power. ah, but daily life of haitians has increasingly grown difficult over the past 23 years. and as such, the kidnapping is the last straw. leading to this general strike are called by the public transport today that was widely followed. dana is a desperate lead from the civil population to ask for solutions for all these challenges this crisis. but the country's going through has been years in the making. ah, it is symptomatic of institutional collapse. ah,
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that there is no legitimate government running this country right now. there is no parliament, there is no justice system effectively working. ah, it is not clear what's gonna happen. there are many stakeholders. and, ah, the civil society is trying to ring an acord that would allow for the country to revive the whole system and, and try and address saw the systemic problems. flooding and land slides have now killed at least 35 people in the southern indian state of cadillac. ah, with pictures, entire buildings have been swept away by strong river currents. thousands of people are staying in shelters. this clean up operations continue, but more heavy rainfall is expected this week, or india corresponding elizabeth per annum reports. now from cook, i am one of the worst effect. the districts zenith as love goes through
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the debris of what was until 2 days ago. her home in her hand are the only possessions she's leftward, an umbrella, a small purse, and a pair of sandals. she lost everything in the flood which swept through goddamn district and the southern state of kettler on sunday. again, edmond broke out in the morning, i heard on t v that there is a red alert in a few regions, but the water level started to rise. so suddenly, 1st it was as high as my head, and soon it rose to my neck. somehow i managed to move to higher ground, but everything has gone. nothing is left here right across the road from the river, which swept away zenith. how's? the jos family looked through their belongings to see what they can salvage. they haul him is still standing. but anything left in the house is covered in mud in it are the best umbrella. this is the 1st time in our life that we're experiencing this kind of situation. but our grandfather told us there was
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a similar flood in 1957. the last time there was a flood, we had water up to our doorstep, but not this bad saturdays to wrench of rain let landslides which killed dozens of people and flooding which is displaced thousands. this church, on the border between the 2 worst affected districts, caught a m and indicate as housing around 200 people who have nowhere else to go. it's one of more than a 100 shelters in the state housing, thousands of people who are in the same situation. and that's a concern, because cadillac continues to record the highest number of clothing, 19 cases and deaths in the country. healthcare workers told al jazeera it's difficult to impose covered 19 protocols doing such disasters. i, we've been telling people to take care and follow the coven protocols as much as possible. we're also providing them with masks and medication, but they're not able to follow the rules because they're in a panic mode at we're losing everything. a lot of money. flooding from monsoon
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rains as an annual occurrence in canada. but environmentalists say it's leading to more disasters such as landslides, because these are for areas increasingly becoming more for the human interventions which are actually creating problems. getting full hills are being leveled and we see a lot of deforestation and mining happening in the area with more heavy well protected. later in the week, emergency response teams try to clear as much debris as possible from rivers to prevent any further destruction. elizabeth fraud and al jazeera cooking, cadillac, hospital officials say ethiopian forces of launched air strikes on the capital of the northern t. great region, killing 3 people. if he appears military has denied carrying out any assault on mclean, but a tv station controlled by the to grey and rebels and an aid worker also reported
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the air strikes, fighting between government and the grand forces has recently intensified or the violence is force tens of thousands of people to flee their homes in the regions of laura and afar. a shortage of food and medical supplies is putting many at risk there as well as in te gray is ethiopia. government restricts a to deliveries. priyanka. gupta has more. saba ali move was 3 years old when she died. a month later, her mother with a surviving infant is trying to understand what happened with the doctors told me they have no treatment from ma'am, not as children. but i pleaded to them saying, please save my child's life. they tried putting the treatment in her leg, her hand nose and head. they didn't succeed. they told me she was severely affected by manya trisha and could not help. they gave me some syrup and tablets. she passed away exactly a week away on sunday, hopped them
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a curly. it's marked thousands of families in a few years. i'm her region. who has sheltering in the city of the se. from fighting further north. tens of thousands of people have led their homes in a para and are far regions scrambling for food and shelter in this busting city. fighting between rebels and degree and the few military that started last november has spilled into neighboring regions at this hospital award and to say young men and boys to free to breathe. badass cause of the conflict in with old on yellow will. those who died are already dead. even those of us who survived are also dead, even of our bodies are alive, because we don't know who is live or who's dead. first of all, there is misery from hunger. there's nothing to eat, even the escape, the war at the people will die of hunger. there is nothing. everything is closed, no markets nothing. while he appears kaufman is accused of blocking supplies to areas under rebel control into grey
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t peeler fighters have been accused of committing atrocities. saw other says she was attacked and reaped in august by an armed man. speaking that he grain language and i either had dental linda with him in the very limited. the attackers said to me, we left our houses both to kill and to die. i'm from the jungle. so i have all the right to do whatever i want. i can even kill you. he raised his gun to me and threatened to kill me. i said, okay to his demands. he also asked me for money and i said, okay. then he told me he was interested in me that i said, please do anything you want. and then he raped me on a spokesman for the rebels and to grey has denied accusations of using grape as a weapon of war. but as a conflict grind zone for nearly a year, if he opens who already had so little feel as though they're not losing everything, brianca got there. i'll to 0. still to come in this half hour, the u. k. parliament pays tribute to
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a murdered and p as the country ways up how to keep politicians safe while meeting the public plus. ah, wearing greenland where the ice sheet is melting at a record rate, raising sea levels around the world. ah. hi there your world weather update begins in asia. we're seeing some of that heavy rain across northern areas of vietnam start to peter out, but we're still keeping it in for the south. rain is filling in across central areas of china. it's moving toward the eas, so in the days to come, shanghai, your temperatures are gonna go down, or weather maker will also swoop into areas of japan. by the time we heads award wednesday, so already weather alerts in play here,
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heavy rainfall advisory ho kato and honshu islands as we go to southeast asia. once again, borneo continues to see the heaviest concentration of rain jakarta getting up to a height of 30 degrees down under right now. and for either side of australia, we got some active and severe weather. so queensland, new south wales, but the bulk of it pushes out toward sea and look at w a perth. you could see wind gusts here on tuesday, up to 85 kilometers per hour. as we go toward new zealand, we still have a run of rain toward the south island, but look at this toward the north island, especially along that eastern cape and as we head toward gives ben temperatures here while above average. so we've got gears been him for a hiv 23 degrees aqua 19, and the capitol region wallington looking quite nice as well with a high of 16. that's it. susan. ah, the stories that need to be tow find
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a way of getting a window into another life. these are my babies. my students where i go, where i see them. it's just like we are in 2nd grade from personal endeavors in epic struggle. took a lot of sacrifices in individual johnny witnessed joe cases in firing documentary that changed the world on al jazeera lu ah will come back as a reminder of the top stories on al jazeera, colin powell, one of the top u. s. military and political figures for almost 2 decades has died at the age of 84
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powell what a form of blood cancer died from coven 19 complications. the streets of puerto prince are quiet after unions and organizations hold a strike to protest that haiti's di your security situation. the last action follows the kidnapping of 17 christian missionaries. and clean up operations are continuing, had aligned southern india after devastating floods. at least 35 people have died. most of them in landslides, thousands of people are staying in shelters and more heavy rainfall is expected. russia is closing nato's permanent mission in moscow. it's also closing all other nato related missions. the move was in response to the expulsion of 8 members of russia's mission in brussels by the western military alliance. nearly 2 weeks ago, natal accused them of being members of being undeclared russian spies. russia's foreign minister announced the retaliatory move and blamed nato for the war sitting
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relations will nurse practitioners we don't have proper conditions for basic diplomatic activities as a result of needle steps in response to natives actions. we suspend the work of our permanent mission to nato, including the work of the chief military representative, starting from november 1st little so we will the head of lebanon has bhalla group says last week's violence in beirut marks a dangerous new phase in the countries internal politics 7 people were shot dead in the worst of 6. terry and violence they are. and over a decade, snipers attacked protesters were rallying against the handling of last year's port port explosion. jim, i, let's show you how has more from the root has the leader. so because your general has on the law, had some very strong words to say in his 1st statement since those that the crashes in the capital bay route on thursday, which led to 7 people being killed. several of the members of his party in his
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almost hour and a half long address. the leader put the blame directly on the lebanese forces party. christie and my party and its leader, samuel judge are saying that they were responsible for trying to stir up secretarial division. and in fact, he went as far as saying that the judge i was trying to ignite a civil war within lebanon with regards to the reason for those protests on thursday which led to the classes and the current political stand off and lebanon. that is the investigation into the deadly blog that they was port over a year ago. he said that the judge responsible had been politicized. he said that he called upon the hire judiciary, to meet and to find a way out of this. on tuesday, there will be a meeting of that up in east parliament. there will also be a meeting for judges in the lebanese high court. well, they will be discussing the current crisis. currently, the situation is extremely tense and people will be waiting to see after half
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a strong words. what will come out of those meetings that are expected later on tuesday, the u. s. envoy to afghanistan. so melissa is leaving his post a 2 months after the chaotic military withdrawal. he led the trumpet, ministrations talks with the taliban and dough, which ended in an agreement to fully withdraw u. s. troops from afghanistan. while in the roll, he was accused of being motivated by political gain rather than achieving peace. and according to political, the state department is launching a series of investigations into the chaos. again, the viewers diplomatic operations that have canister, including the evacuation of us citizens and afghan nationals after the taliban seized power. former us president donald trump is suing the us house of representatives committee investigating the january 6th attack on the capital trump ledgers. the committee made an illegal, unfounded,
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and over broad request for his white house records. the law sued seeks an injunction against the panels request for materials. canada's prime minister just intruder has visited the site of a former residential school where the remains of hundreds of indigenous children were discovered in may. the school was run by the catholic church and aimed to forcibly assimilate indigenous children. canadian bishops have apologized for the churches roland abuses from the 19th century to was recently as the 1980s. crudo has faced criticism for failing to participate in canada's 1st national day of truth and reconciliation going on holiday. instead. i many regrets about september 30th and my decision to travel 1st of course, was not be able to attend the commemorations here that were so important for the
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entire country and awakening people to the reality of residential schools. but also to be able to grieve with the community that since may has been hurting and reliving past trauma in a way that i should have been here that you can parliament has held a special session to pay tribute to david amos, the conservative m p who was killed on friday. he was stabbed to death, one meeting, members of the public in a church hall in his constituency, in essex, in the east of england jona hull has more now from london. in a space more accustomed to rowdy debate a minute's silence for one of their own david amos was a member of this house for almost 40 years. tributes were led by the prime minister . this house has lost a steadfast servant. we've lost dear friend and connie and julia and her children have lost
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a loving husband and devoted father. nothing i or anyone else can say, will lessen the pain, the grief, the anger. they must feel at this darkest of times. the killing of david a miss on friday at a meeting with constituents in the town of lee on c has left politicians in westminster to consider once again the risks they face in a polarized political climate. just 5 years ago, the labor m. p jo cox died in similar circumstances, stamped and shot by a far right supporter. home secretary pretty patel says she's considering offering m p 's police protection at their fortnightly meetings with the public in their constituencies. while many m. p 's agree more needs to be done to keep them safe, some worry about undermining what is a key feature and tradition of british democracy in an atmosphere of often populous rhetoric, stoking division m p. 's say they face threats all the time. one veteran m p.
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margaret hodge revealed that she'd received $90000.00 abusive social media mentions in just a 2 month period last year. and so the recalls both to tighten the rules on social media companies and also to better protect m p 's physically as they go about their business, even among the very communities that elected them at the church where amos was killed, his family laid flowers and remembered the men they described as courageous and inspiring counter terrorism. police are continuing to question a 25 year old british national of somali descent, arrested up the scene on friday. it remains unclear where the amos was targeted specifically, or simply because he was a british member of parliament jona hall al jazeera london this year events in greenland never seen before, made headlines around the world. the ice cap melted and her record rate and the water it created in 24 hours was enough to cover an area. the size of florida in 5
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centimeters of water, great chunks of the ice sheet collapsed, then drifted off into the open ocean. and it's been so warm, there has been rain, not snow on the summit. for the 1st time on record, nick clark travelled to iglesia to see 1st hand the effects of climate change and speak the scientists studying the changes. the arctic is warming twice as fast as the rest of the planet, which means the sea doesn't freeze as much as it used to. unless the ice means more sunlight is absorbed into the ocean. warmer ocean melt, the glass is faster from below. while warm air temperatures mel the glassy as an ice sheet faster from above. meaning more icebergs carved into the ocean. the ice sheet diminishes and there's ongoing sea level rise around the world. this is how it sounds and how it looks when the ice cap meets the c. c. the
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as jo, blue, the ice sir, that's caused by the great pressure of the glassy or above the ice cap is weighing down on the ice. and these continual cracks, izzy ice falls and collapses off into the water. and the sea birds is wheeling around free. the orfis rich nutrients that a churned up by this continual flow of melt water that's coming off the glass or in vast quantities. because ah, just the greenland ice sheet and the effects of it melting. so important to us all, there's a huge amount of scientific research going on. deep within a few or oceanographer laurens mer uses a probe to gather data from the water in terms of climate change to with this we
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met measure how much fresh water is actually coming from the i sheet. so we see in recent years, the amount of fresh water has increased strongly because the melts has increased strongly dental. so we measure temperature of the ocean because ocean in many parts of greens in direct contact with the i should. so if the ocean warms up, than that the cases will melt faster and faster and that's something we actually see. it's also important to take core samples from the fuel bed. everything that happens in water column at some point and some at the sea floor. and it's part of your ecosystem of the foot way in this field. so at the end, we are interested in how climate change will impact the footwork of these real shorts. at the end of every summer satellite track as establish how much arctic sea ice has been lost. this year it dropped to an area of just 4720000 square kilometers. it's 12 lowest extent on record. so sea ice is currently declining at
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a rate of around 13 percent each decade. and to put that into perspective, an area of sea ice equivalent to a country, the size of austria is being lost each year. the optic is complex and hard to predict, but we do know for sure things are going in the wrong direction and it's having global consequences. nicholas al jazeera cassie also green, and you can watch net clarks planet as so as special report from greenland in full coming up at ocean shortage. empty on tuesday. here now, jesse ah and our reminder of the top stories on al jazeera, colin powell, one of the leading figures of u. s. military and foreign policy for nearly 2 decades has died at the age of $84.00. his family confirmed at powell who also had a form of blood.


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