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god, him all eyes we heads, ward honduras, stick awhile glass, costa rica, and panama south end of south america. bursts of rain through the columbia andes and also the peruvian andy's. and it remained soggy for the southeast corner of brazil, and fact rio de janeiro looking to see wind gusts on tuesday, up to 40 kilometers per hour. c as in ah, ah, flags lowered across the united states off the death of for my secretary of state. colin powell from cove at 19 complications. quite frankly, it is not possible to replace coal. we will mission. ah.
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hello, i'm down, jordan, this is al jazeera alive from dell are also coming up hezbollah, lead us speaks of his group, strengthened speech responding to gun battles in beirut, the rising death toll and more rain is forecast in southern india, where the flooding of landslides have swept through the villages. ah, colin powell is being remembered as i trailed blazing soldier and diplomat off to his death at 84 from cove at 19 complications. he was the 1st african american to become chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and later u. s. secretary of state, but pals, reputation was stained by his 40 claims to justify the 2003 invasion of iraq is our white house correspondent, kimberly hawkins. the news, the colin 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.
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immediately the tributes to the retired 4 star general poured in his family a dear friend and a patron, one of our great military leaders and a man of overwhelming dishes. and i believe, shook 3 paul's years as a soldier, or what made him such an exceptional diplomat. he knew that war and military action should always be a last resort in 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. a key justification for the american invasion of iraq. it was a claim he later regretted your to his credit. ah, he, he was accountable. yo, 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.
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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 approved 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 mentor for a number of years. i always made time for me and i can always go to him 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
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that in a divided united states, americans from the right and left are honoring the example set by colin powell. kimberly, how can al jazeera washington? well, let's bring in doctor ali thought on his a vax and ologist and a junk professor at the university of michigan, and he joins us live now from another. allie, good to abbey, back on the program. look, i mean, many people will be surprised that colin powell died from cove at 19 complications given that he was fully vaccinated. i mean, does this re kimbler debate about how effective vaccines really odd you think thank you for the invite. low mr. ball actually has this situation over health situation, which is mainly the cancer is a cancer patients on on can be and patients would be what we call immunocompromised and also that the immune system is not responding to vaccines.
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and in fact, there was not couple of obligations lately, about immunocompromised people and patients, their response to the vaccine was very weak and very poor. and therefore would expect that somebody would health condition would not respond to the act seen. so we cannot really say that the vaccine did not work, and that's the one aspect of it. the other aspect is what there is what we call in denison, which means that the immune system gets weaker with age. our loss, 84 years old. which means that on, so that's another fought. so if you put these 2 together, you don't expect that the vaccine will be pulled me like any other age or any other person who is healthy. so base. okay, what we are seeing here is not the failure of the vaccine, but we are seeing the effect of the unicode bromide conditions including big cancer
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and cancer. but alley, i mean, does code in power case then beef up the argument for the empty boxes who say, look, what's the point, getting the vaccine anyway, if they don't work, that's not true. you know, that's not true. this is really not true because we know that the vaccine works in all cases, but there are conditions and health conditions that the immune system nature, that's the new system is not really bad for me because of disease because of aging . and because of other things, and in this specific case, we cannot blame the axis because we knew that the back that the immunity compromise conditions of the all is really an important part of what is happening. and the complications that does not mean that the we have to get back on hand. on the other hand, this is really make new vaccination and must do, must have because we need to be nice people around people at risk. and people are
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like the ball and other people who are really sick and the compromise they do in order to protect them. we need to be vaccine around them. so the back the by the virus will not be meant to these people. and the reason the obligation. so alley is this case, then a reminder that widespread vaccination is still critical to give an added layer of protection to the most vulnerable because the more people are vaccinated, the less the virus then can spread in the community. exactly, that's really the most important point. and then the lessons learned from this case, which is the very highly abruptly side when we learn that we have to immunize people, people have to get back to it, but only the deck themselves, but also the protect the loved ones who are at risk to contact the infection and
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have the complication and even get do so that's really a very important point and we should put it on to work for convincing people that it's not only you. if you are also have a responsibility to protect the people that are born in this case could be parents, could be grand parents could be neighbors, could be friends. so that's really a very important point that we have to use to convince people that it's time for to get involved and to take the vaccine. so we can predict ourselves and protect the other so it can prevent the virus from infecting people who are getting dr. alley puts him always good to get your thoughts. thank you very much indeed for talking to out of here. thank you very much. now south korea's military says an unidentified projectile has been fired from north korea as eastern coast instead of landed in the sea of japan, north korea,
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as long as the streak of recent weapons tests. unless believe its aim, that pressuring washington and soul of a sold nuclear diplomacy. but you affect abutment watchdog review the end of the biden administration's diplomatic operations in afghanistan. it'll take in the evacuation of the embassy and combo and how the special immigrant visa program was handled. this includes the processing of afghans as refugees and the resettlement in the united states. michaela has moved from washington dc. tis exactly that it is a review, a spokesman for the inspector general's office is saying that this is a review. it is not an investigation that may be purely semantical, but it has been massive criticism, not necessarily about the fact of the withdrawal, but the way in which it was conducted. and this is what the inspector general, the acting inspector general is going to be looking at. essentially 4 different areas. the issuing of special immigrant visas are the resettlement of afghan
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families. how they are resettled or are going to be resettled back in the united states. and a very important point as well, the emergency procedures at the embassy in kabul and whether those procedures had been sufficiently thought through and were exercised at the time of that rapid withdrawal following the advance of the taliban. so it is a wide range of investigation. we only know about it because a letter has been sent to the senior members of congress, heads of various committees. being notified that this investigation or review is about to get underway, but very much a recognition of how much concern there was in congress about the manner of the withdrawal from afghanistan. meanwhile, the u. s. envoy to afghanistan zel mahjong dad has stripped down. he led trump administration talks and cut off with a taliban that resulted in the agreement for u. s. troops to leave. his deputy thomas west has been named to take over. the head
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of lebanon's has bella says, his movement has a 100000 trained and armed fighters at its disposal asana. freleigh spoke after violence and his balance stronghold of beirut. last week, 7 has been members and others from an allied sheer group were killed, naturally blames a christian party called lebanese forces. thus, his will law. why mystique was just his will law. and i am just talking about the man i am talking about the lebanese in, i am talking up of the lebanese, from 100 years, not from 10 years trained, organized, structured, armed with experience and embody the spirit. and if they just got a glance, not even ordered, if they were given a chance, the kid will points to the mountains. write it down. 100000 fighters. jamal hotel has more now from beirut. has the leader a secretary general has had enough for law, had some very strong words to say in his 1st statement since those that the crashes
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in the capital bay route on thursday, which led to 7 people being killed. several of the members of his party in his almost hour and a half long address. the leader put the blame directly on the lebanese forces party. the 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 would support 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
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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 or less strong words. what will come out of those meetings that are expected later on tuesday? let's not so to come here. now just they are including as the hunger crisis, claims more young lives in northern ethiopia, reports of government test drive, some mckelly, a capitol of gray region. and parents show that still has plenty of support and origin tina, even up to 70 is lorna. ah, it's another beautiful sunny day at 35000 feet. the weather sponsored by cattle airways booted world's best airline of 2021. hey there. here's her weather snapshot
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across asia. and even though the most intense rains across carla has stopped for now, it will take time for water levels to drop coach. he has a high of 31 degrees on tuesday. we do have some concern now for eastern parts of india also toward the northeast. check this out almost a conveyor belt of rain bathing gall rate through bangladesh into the foothills of the himalayas. you know, for west think all over the past 3 days you scooped up about 300 millimeters of rain. other place the rain is piling up is as we head toward northern areas of vietnam, more than half a meter of rain here over the past 3 days. and it's still coming out as we hit toward tuesday, but throughout the day it will peter out and we will get back into the sunshine and things will dry out. it's dry for hong kong, but central parts of china. we've got what, whether moving across and that will eventually make its way into shanghai and kicked down your temperature by a few degrees. weather maker will move into central and northern parts of honshu into whole kiddos, so we do have weather alerts in play for this heavy rainfall,
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hoco, and horseshoe in the days to come. se stage our heaviest concentration of rain continues to be over borneo and some jolts and bolts for jakarta with a high of 30 degrees on tuesday. that's it. see soon. the weather sponsored by cattle airways, boated world's best airline of 2021. after world war 2, frances great empire began to unravel and vietnam, who wants to stay in the stream with bursting with joyce kissimay each other. and jerry, she knew if the chinese managed to beat the french army, why not? the decline continues, and episode 2 of blood intends french the colonization on al jazeera lou.
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ah, welcome back. a quick reminder. the top stories here on al jazeera kogan pal is being remembered as a trail basing soldier and diplomat. after his death from coven 19 complications, he was the 1st african american to become chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and u. s. secretary of state. the state department watchdog review the end of the biden administration's diplomatic operations in afghanistan. the u. s. has been criticized the chaos that followed the collapse of the previous african government which fell to the taliban. and south korea's military says, a ballistic missile has been fired from north korea's eastern coast. it said to have landed in the sea of japan. north korea has launched a wave of recent weapons tests. i believe it's aimed at pressuring washington and so of a stall nuclear diplomacy flooding a landslides of now killed at least 35 people in the southern indian state of
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carola, many others are missing and stranded particular coastal areas and more rains expected this week. elizabeth parent reports now from katia zenith asylum goes through the debris of what was until 2 days ago. her home in her hand are the only possessions she's left with an umbrella, a small purse and a pair of sandals. she lost everything in the flood, which swept through court dam district and the southern state of kettler on sunday . again, overland 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 is gone. nothing is left here right across the road from the river, which swept away zenith. how's? the joe's family looked through their belongings to see what they can salvage they
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. helen was still standing, but anything left in the house is covered in mud in an hour the december. this is the 1st time in our life that we're experiencing this kind of situation. but our grandfather told us there was 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 the rain led to land slides 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 into ki, is housing around 200 people who have nowhere else to go. it's one of more than a 100 shelters in the state house and 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 impulse cove at 19 protocols doing such disasters. and we've been
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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 after losing every single item of flooding from monsoon rains as an annual occurrence and catalogue. but environmentalists say it's leading to more disasters such as landslides, because these are for areas increasingly becoming more fragile with the human interventions which are actually creating problems. plants getting full hill so being leveled and you 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 moran and al jazeera cook dame cadillac, the ethiopian air force launch attacks against rebels and michaela,
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the regional capital of tig rye in the north, a t v station control by the to grind people's liberation front said 3 people were killed in the strikes. if european state media reported that communications infrastructure was targeted, the raid follows intensified fighting and 2 other ethiopian regions where the military is trying to push back against t p a left territorial games. now we see that mikaela, the capital of the region, is a suffering from air attack. so very concerned. so we will continue to watch that as the article by and we have constantly called for the security council to assume its responsibility and speak i. so we continue to say that just insisting on humanitarian access, insisting on the need for a ceasefire above all, and all parties cease hostilities and get down to dialogue. the only solution is in dialogue. when you mentioned the conflict and to grey has spilled into the neighboring regions of m horror under fall under priyanka group to reports,
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a shortage of food in em hara is putting money at risk. 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. but i name is ellen will be with the doctor still me. they have no treatment for men, 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 malnutrition and could not help. they gave me some syrup and tablets. she passed away exactly a week away on sunday. had them a curly, it's mac, thousands of families in a few p as m. hi region, or sheltering in the city of the se. for fighting for the north. tens of thousands of people have fled their homes in a para and are far regions scrambling for food and shelter in this busting city. fighting between rebels degree and the fuel. p military that started last november
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has spilled into neighboring regions at this hospital award and to say young men and boys to free to breathe. bad is cause of the conflict in with the old one. 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 life of who's dead. first of all, there is misery for hunger. there's nothing to eat, even the escape, the war of the people will die of hunger. there is nothing. everything is closed, no markets nothings of. while he appears kaufman is accused to blocking supplies to areas under rebel control into grey t peeler fighters have been accused of committing atrocities. saw other says she was attacked and reaped in august by an armed man. speaking the tiguan language in our ether had dental, then north him in the government of the attackers said to me that 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 of
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a plug and 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, 100 percent. then he told me he was interested in me. the thought i said, please do anything you want and we got it and then he raped me. some of us are 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 gupta i'll to 0. the streets of puerto prince had been quiet, often unions and the other organizations called a strike to protest against haiti's dire security situation. just a few taxi drivers were seen in the capitol looking for customers. the barrels are angry about the shattered economy. strike follows the kid, nothing of christian missionaries and their family members from a u. s. based roof, me and mars military rulers ever least, about $1300.00 prisoners and say, a total of $5000.00 will be freed. the amnesty of people who had jailed before
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protesting against the crew in february it was announced to coincide with a national festival, but also come shortly after the regime was snubbed by regional block, marcia. it decided to exclude military leader men unsung from an upcoming summit. about mid last feature. protests have been going on in chile mocking 2 years since riots that left more than 30 people dead. i was turning out so they're still waiting for the government to fix social inequality. unbelieving complete political overhauled may be the only solution. o'mara charge reports a sea of faces. those who have lost their lives, demanding change in the last 10 years. the pain unbearable for their families who want on says, i guess the justice isn't made for the poor in this country. just is this for the rich for whoever can buy it even and the rest are crying at home morning.
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they're dead. the level differently lives more than 30 people lost their lives and thousands were injured. when protests against social inequality, 10 violence in 2019 what began as a peaceful march against the rising cost of train tickets grew into a mass movement. anger grew after and at times flew to respond by police and security forces. hundreds protested, were blinded by robert bullets. thinking that the boy, this is a symbolic act because today we commemorating 2 years since the social revolution where we had people die. all of these photographs are of the dead. we had people mutilated, tortured, kidnapped, and now we have political prisoners. the riots to years ago triggered a powerful social shift, leading to the formation of
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a representative assembly to reach off the constitution. but demonstrate to say it's not enough, they want more change at the very top i, i am coleman rates in to years of history that our country changed forever until the return to democracy. all the people who are in prison for the people who are not antilles opposition has moved to impeach president sebastian panera over the controversial sale of the mining company. details emerged in the panama papers leak . he denies any wrong doing, will be, ah, this latest round of protest come ahead of next month's presidential and legislative elections and are expected to continue throughout the week. all in the crowds are hoping this time, their voices will be heard. marriage, audrey, which is your parent, as am supporters. i've been out in argentina showing that after 70 years. the
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movement still has huge political influence. it's based on the ideas of former president, one domingo parent and his wife avita. odyssey was daniel chandler ports when, as ours ah, they came from across this vast country trade unionists, neighbourhood, and youth groups and feminist organizations. often disagreeing on many things that united that is annual gathering under the banner of parent ism, the most powerful political movement in argentina. poverty and unemployment, a high inflation is rampant and the country weighed down by foreign debt. the government struggled in last month's primary elections and faces crucial congressional elections. in november. the parents movement which both backs and criticizes, the government says it has, the answers will be in the end of it or me, give them in. we've got paris government, we should probably criticize more since some of their proposals are not working. we
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need to generate enough power to make sure the right policies are adopted because just talk in is not enough. i don't know. maybe we'll just put it in the pony movement as always encompass arranged by deers from left to right. the objective is always that argentina is better when united parent is and was born the mid 19 forties with the rise to prominence, the den employment secretary, one domingo bear on. he went on to become president 3 times back twice. charismatic 2nd wife avita. they both been dead for a long time, but the movement that bears their name lives on the current government led by president alberto fernandez, who's itself parent is to me that we don't put any can all of them up, but not any. we the parents don't govern just for the parents. we believe in government for all the people. if a parent government looks like it's doing something wrong. here we are asking the president for more patterns. hm. yeah. yes. moment, good job. it's a tense,
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complicated moment. we're coming out of to pandemic. so the one left by the previous government and the one that affected the whole world. but we know the strength of the people in the st. turner's amazes to mobilize again, if we mobilize again to build to acquire new rights, will have a fear, a country there in ism, is difficult to define. it means different things to different people, millions here revere it is a unifying force that fights or working people of us despise it, calling it populist and corrupt. it's embroiled in the constant debate over it political relevance and does still remain a powerful and influential movement. it's also a movement of a lot, it's talking on the streets, this year's rallies as colorful and noisy as they've ever been. these quails will return to all corners of argentina, their movement, revitalized hoping the government is listening and better able to confront the many problems. it needs to tackle than showing their al jazeera when osiris russia is
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closing nato's permanent mission. in moscow, i followed the expulsion of russian diplomats from its mission at nato headquarters in brussels. 2 weeks ago, the western alliance says they were spies. moscow has dismissed those accusations as baseless. more than 5 tons of cocaine has been seized, some a yacht in the atlantic ocean, portugal police say it's one of the biggest holes in europe for several years. they suspect the drugs belong to traffickers. wanted to smuggle them in through the iberian peninsula. 3 men had been arrested. ah. type a quick check on the top stories here, colon powells being remembered as a trailblazing soldier and diplomat after his death from cope at 19 complications. he was the 1st african american to become chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and u. s. secretary of state. secretary powell was simply
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incompletely a leader and he knew how to build a strong and united t.


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