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and now even exposing the remnants of a cold war, ponce greenland, the melting of the frozen north on al jazeera ah north korea fi as a 5th ballistic missile in little more than a month, as talks with the u. s. stall over its controversial nuclear program. ah, i'm sam is a, then this is al jazeera alive from dell hall. so coming up mid miles, military leaders released democracy activists as they come under pressure from regional block asia. one of our great military leaders in the mandible. we won't be
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decent. president joe biden leads tributes to americas 1st black secretary of state colin powell, but iraqis, blame him for the devastation of a country. canada has begun to face the reality of the truth of this country. and after a long delay, canada's prime minister visits a former residential school where the remains of indigenous children were found. ah, we begin with one of the most significant north korean ballistic missile launches. since u. s. president joe biden took office, south korea is reporting at least one was fired into the sea of japan. the military says the weapon may have been designed for submarine launches. a trilateral meeting of intelligence chiefs from the us,
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japan and south korea has been held. they agreed to strength and cooperation. japan's prime minister is counseling election events is calling the tests regrettable. though it is very regrettable that the country has continued launching missiles since last month. you thought you, i'd rather not predict north korea's intentions of firing missiles from my point of view, but i think we must continue making efforts on grasping the situation and collecting information. katrina, you joins us now live from bay james. so katrina, few conflicting reports on what north korea did today. what do we know about this test? well, according to the south korean government, it took place at 10. 17 am on tuesday, local time from the area in north korea and the course known as sin pull. now this area is the base of north korean submarines. it has a naval shipping yard there as well. now what we don't know is whether dismissal
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was launched from the submarine. and if it was this would be the 1st successful test of this technology by north korea, or whether it was fired from the test barge. as young has done previously, we do have some conflicting report. south korea says it was just one missile. while japan says there were 2 missiles. now shortly after it was flood, south korea security council convened. they expressed deep regret at the incident. i calling the sentiments of japan's prime minister. the u. s. has released a stronger statement condemning the test, urging north korea to refrain from further destabilizing acts and china for its pull. it had very muted language. it simply urge both politics, both north and south korea to continue efforts to maintain peace in the region. japan is particularly concerned about this, this flood, just off the coast of japan. japan so far says there were no damages or casualties,
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but they are keeping as close. i as in china and south korea, of course, and the for good reason. they're also bracing themselves for possible future missile test. this is the 8th so far this year by young young earlier test breached un sanctions. and the last test before this was just a few weeks ago at the end of september, when con young tested a hypersonic missile. i thanks so much. katrina you there and been while harvey shut off is an a junk professor of political science and international affairs at temple university in japan. he explains why north korea would conduct with test so soon after us reaffirmed readiness to resume talks. it always, traditionally, north korea tried to increase its leverage and talks, which is why when ever there were going to be diplomatic meetings, whether we're talking about the 6 party talks, whether we're talking about one on one meetings were bilateral meeting meetings
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with the united states. it was very common for north korea to kind of do a demonstration for us to show that it had the upper hand that to try to try to get more concessions from its counterparts, mostly the united states. so this is like the indeed what north korea is trying to do at the moment, all though it might appear to little perplexing, given the fact that north of the united states has reached out to north korean bite and said very clearly, they're willing to meet north korea without precondition can john regime so far has their rebuff to all of these overtures by the united states over over the last few years. there have certainly been some significant advances by north korea. there's been a flurry of test over the last few weeks, so not only the past from this morning, but there was recently a long range cruise missile that they tested on north korea has also, has also claimed to have tested a hypersonic weapon. there are very few countries in the world and master this technology, so it really illustrate very vividly the extent to which north korea is willing to
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do almost anything. it can to make sure to have as powerful a deterrent as possible and to make sure that it is able, the regime is able to survive in the face of what it sees as the hostile us policy toward north korea. so it's all about really creasing. it's revival, and it determines kit and deterrence, capabilities me and miles military government is releasing political prisoners. relatives have been waiting outside the prison in the gum yam this, the grants freedom to those who took part in the anti crude demonstrations of most of the political leaders of the form of government, including on songs to cheat will remain in detention men. miles move follows a z and decision to exclude the job to lead the mean on line from an upcoming summit. money. my sister was arrested after someone reported her for publishing books. they ordered 50 books from her and arrested her with police vehicles and military trucks. i hope that she gets released soon. she has 2 kids at home. i want
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her home as soon as possible. scott. hi la has more on the reasons behind the amnesty. the you and special repertoire to me and me are put it pretty much in those words. he said that, you know, these print they, they welcome the prisoner releases, but they said that the un said that they should never, never have been put behind bars to begin with. and it's not necessarily a change of heart, but it, them reacting to pressure. and that pressure really started last weekend when asi on this block of 10 nations here in se asia said that the leader, that the job to lead him in on line was not going to be attending a summit. and the on summit that will be next week at the virtual summit that he is not invited a non political member from me and mars jointer would be able to come, but not the leader of the job itself. so you can look at this and it is being seen as a bit of a reaction to that pressure. the release of these prisoners,
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they came out, the government came out and made a statement yesterday that that's not what they're doing. this is because they, they said that they wanted to have a humanitarian act by the judge to release these prisoners. but it's very difficult not to see it as a reaction to what happened over the weekend. and that, that, that the leader men on lie of the agenda is not going to be attending that out. so it will be interesting to see how that unfolds next week in the several days over that summer to see how the member that isn't by the judge will be interacting with these other austin nations as well as other outside the region actors to the biden administration. top envoy for our county, stan who negotiated with tony barn has that down that my colleagues add lead. the trump administration's talks in color for us troops to leave the country. he continued his role into biden's presidency. his deputy thomas west will now take over and the state department watched august to review the chaotic end of the biden
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administration's diplomatic operations in afghanistan. it'll assess the evacuation of the u. s embassy in cobble, and how the special immigrant visa program was handled. flags across the united states are being flown at half staff to mourn the death of colin powell. at the age of 84. he was a decorated military leader. the 1st black americans become secretary of state that his reputation was tarnished for false claims to justify the 2003 u. s. invasion of iraq is our white house correspondent, kimberly how kit. 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. immediately the tributes to the retired 4 star general poured in his family a dear friend and a patriot. one of her great military leaders and
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a man of overwhelming dishes. and i believe surgery, 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. 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. 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 early or later, ah, about is not something that you, we've heard across the bush national security team. on monday, bush issued a statement pointing out the powell was so respected. he earned the presidential medal of freedom twice. powell, a vietnam veteran serv,
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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 april, 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 what, 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 that in a divided united states, americans from the right and left are honoring the example set by colin powell.
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kimberly how can al jazeera washington in iraq, many a blaming colin powell. so the 2003 invasion and the years of war that followed we on with the have the man died, but will not forget what he did to iraq and his wrong policy, which led to today. he was difficult to handle and didn't want this to bill to of iraq. hi, this field policy lead to the destruction and to all would be fell, iraq. and it unfortunately took us backwards. at least 43 people have been killed by attackers in nigeria. so koto state gunman stormed a market in gardunyo in sunday. farrah salt carried on into monday morning. attacks by armed gangs have been increasing in north nigeria. in india, southern sate of care a lot more. flooding is expected. 10 dams are nearing capacity and have been forced to reopen after heavy rain. thousands of people have been moved to relief camps. at
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least 38 people have died in the past week. still had an al jazeera former, nancy st. khatri is due to stand trial in germany, accused of assisting in the murder of thousands of people will be live from berlin . and the political movement in argentina that's showing it still has support. 70 is on. ah, it's another beautiful sunny day at 35000 feet. the weather sponsored by cattle airways voted wills best air line of 2021. hello, a good to see you. we've got it. surge of warm air moving across from the carrier being right across the atlantic into western parts of europe. and this is also acting as a conveyor belt of what weather. so we're gonna get striped with some rain across the republic of ireland and the united kingdom and things are going to be blustery
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as well. looking for wind gusts of about 65 kilometers per hour in places like lined it. we do have a dividing line between the warm and cool air. we'll call it copenhagen. so north of that, a crew pool of air and toward the south, we've got temperatures in the 20s, but this warm surge of air will make it into scandinavia and the baltic states on wednesday. so check this out. also for on tuesday, yaktel 11 degrees on wednesday, but it comes at a cost of whites and windy conditions. ok back to to stance of the best weather on the continent is iberia, seville, 33 degrees, and full on sunshine. here, after central and southern parts of europe, we've just got some clouds drifting in and out. here belgrade, 17 will be the high for you. and for turkey, still getting down with heavy rain toward the northeast black sea region. plague in places like tribes on with the hives, 16 degrees, and we've got a lot of storms bubbling up across the gulf of guinea. abidjan has a high of 27 degrees on tuesday. the weather sponsored by cut our airways,
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testified at least one ballistic missile into the sea of japan, a meeting of intelligence chiefs from the u. s. japan and south korea has been called. they agreed to strengthen corporation men. mars military governments is releasing prisoners who a jails are protesting against the coo, joan, to says more than $5600.00 will be freed, follows the exclusion of leader men on the line from an upcoming asia, an summit. at least 43 people have been killed by attackers in nigeria. so koto, state, gun and storm the market got anya. attacks by om gangs have been increasing in northern nigeria. a 96 year old former nazi is due in court after failing to show for the start of a trial. last month in goth faulkner was a typist at the still tough camp in poland. she's charged with aiding and abetting the murders of some 11000 jews, polish party sans, and soviet russian prisoners of war stuff. awesome. joins us from berlin with the
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laser. so she got to make it to court this time. well, it looks like it. the m got 1st no, was picked up by an ambulance and was wearing what looked like a sort of hot mud suit going into court today after her dramatic escape from the nursing home near hamburger. just 2 weeks ago when her 1st day in court was supposed to be, she was detained briefly. but the authorities let her go, but they made it very clear to us that there was no way that she could escape began . they didn't specify the match as they have taken. she was taken back to the nursing home, but she is now in court and that case can only start in german, according to german law when that suspect itself is in court. so the charges will be rat out today because of her age, the case will or the trial hearings will be short. she,
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her attendance will be maximized by around 2 hours was as you said, she is so charged and accused of assisting the mass murder of more than $11000.00 prisoners at the stuttgart. her stood ho for camp in poland in between 19431945. she was actually working as a secretary, as her, as a bank worker at the dresden bank, which was assisting the as, as at the time to have the operation in concentration camps. when the, we're marked, we're suffering losses. she lost her job and she was moved to the concentration camp to work there and according to the court and also according to investigators. she was aware of all the documents that have been typed and signed dear. and she also knew about these orders for executions. people have been gas, have been shot, have been poisoned in that camp. i, thanks so much. have fasten cameras is fine. mr. justin trudeau is visited
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the site of a former residential school where the remains of indigenous children were found in may. the school was among hundreds of similar institutions run by the catholic church. the aim was to assimilate indigenous children, but many died from abuse, neglect, and disease. jody vaughn's reports pray tell her here. rose miller was a student at this residential school in kamloops, british columbia. a survivor who to with horrible everything about her life was horrible. here this apple orchard now called the sacred site, has red stakes representing the remains of $215.00 children, found so far revealed by ground penetrating radar. the unmarked grave sparked an awakening. and canada prime minister justin trudeau invited numerous times since the discoveries hadn't come until now. i am here to day to say, i wish i had been here a few weeks ago and i deeply regret it. oh,
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elders and chiefs from the to come lapse to show up in a community put pressure on trudeau over. what had gone on in these government sanctioned religious run schools. the once oral history told for generations is now confirmed, our babies are here. oh, our children, our little ones need is there justice ah, cause to action for trudeau are varied. but he summed it up like this. let us not forget what took generations and centuries to break can never be fixed overnight. not if it's going to last, my dorm was right. on the end of that building there. on the girl side for rose, the memories come in waves, sometimes haunting her. new drive by here, especially at night. you're sick about to all of us. looking out those windows
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crying and maybe wondering which way or a home in or one of our parents are coming for us. all of a sudden it comes faster as quiet returns to this space after a very busy day of back and forth. some tough truth told and some meaningful change demanded. certainly, that is the demand on behalf of the $215.00 unmarked graves looking to be identified and to give some relief to those families who did not see their children come home. jody vance, al jazeera, kamloops, british columbia, canada, a business man, accused of laundering money for venezuela's government has appeared to miami court, alex sobs, phoenix, extradited to the us from cape bird, accused of siphoning millions of dollars from a state run food subsidy program. but it's way the president says sob was kidnapped
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by washington. nicholas, my daughter suspended talks with the us bank proposition in protest. no, so you got bought up there and you, i'm not going to lie. they did it with malice with a criminal spirit. they kidnapped, alex sobbed, we left mexico as way to protest. we'll evaluate what will happen with those dialogues later. you know, right now we are angry and protesting and facing this injustice. we'll see about that later. for columbia, the president is well coming, washington's move, he then do k is calling the extradition a triumph against my duties dictatorship. so we're going to look at it. but 1st of all, i'm really happy this tradition happened. as you know, columbia has helped us authorities obtain information mainly regarding alex sobs, criminal web. this was supposedly a banker who help maderos criminal dictatorship and the drug trafficking structures within venezuela. i hope that all that he brings forward to justice will help to
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consolidate the complaints columbia has been making for years regarding this relationship, that maturer regime has with terrorist and drug trafficking groups. unions in have the capital, puerto prince of rallied to protest against desperate living conditions. countries been in the grid for political and economic term all 3 years. were things worse, and also the assassination of president juvenile moyes in july and the nurse quaid, which killed more than 2000 people in august. the demonstrations follow the kidnapping of 17 kristian missionaries. they were taken by a gang on saturday after visiting an orphanage near the capital. the u. s. has sent a team to help haitian officials find the 12 adults and 5 children. john henderson has more from the missionaries headquarters in millers berg, ohio christian aid ministries is located here in the heart of ohio's on nation men . and i community conservative religious people who believe in helping others
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abroad is part of their christian mission. that's why they raised $130000000.00 a year, and that's why they send missionaries to $130.00 countries. the organization on monday issued a statement saying, we greatly appreciate the prayers of believers around the world, including our many, our mission mennonite supporters. and the group went on to say, it's praying not just for those who were kidnapped, but also for the kidnappers saying, pray that those being held hostage could find strengths to demonstrate god's love. the kidnappers, like all people are created in the image of god and can be changed if they turn to him. one missionary worker who has talked to the families of those who have been kidnapped, says they pray for everybody involved in this. it is comforting to us that we can bring the heavy burden to the god that we worship truly trusting in our hearts that he cares he sees, he hears them and that he can be moved with compassion to act on their behalf. and
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so we can believe and ask him that he would do something miraculous and powerful to deliver them from the men who have taken them captive. and yet knowing keeping it open that if he chooses to allow them to all die. but that'll be our mission, men and i to live here, subsist largely on agriculture, things they grow themselves, and they often sell the tours as well as places like this on the market across the street. some of them drive cars and use cell phones and believe in modern conveniences, but many dresses. they might have 200 years ago when riding horses and buggies, but for all of them. missions like the one in haiti, however dangerous, are critically important to their religious work. protest isn't chill. i have marked the 2nd anniversary of the start of violent demonstrations that last more than 30 people dead. they say they're still waiting for the government to fix
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social inequality and demanding a complete overhaul of the political system. the protest come ahead of presidential and legislative election next month. tens of thousands of supporters of the per honest movement in argentina held rallies as the economy continues to deteriorate. heroism is based on the ideas of former, present hon domingo parent and his wife vivita. the ideology is difficult to define and is open to interpretation as daniel shrine le explains from one osiris, ah, they came from across this vast country, trade unionists, neighbourhood and youth groups and feminist organizations. often disagreeing on many things, but united it is annual gathering under the banner of parent isn't the most powerful political movement in argentina, poverty and unemployment, a high inflation is rampant and the country weighed down by foreign debt. the
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government struggled in last month, primary elections and faces crucial congressional elections. in november, the parents movement which both backs and criticizes, the government says it has the answers, the in the end of your knee. i mean, we've got paris government, we should probably criticize more since some of their proposals are not working. we need to generate enough power to make sure the right policies are adopted because just talk in is not enough of me was yet, but it might be the perone movement as always encompass arranged by deers from left to right. the objective is always that argentina is better when united ah, parent is and was born in the mid 19 forties with the rise to prominence. then employment secretary, one domingo barron, he went on to become president 3 times back. why his 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
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president alberto fernandez, whose itself parentis went up at any kind of law but, and not been any we, the parents don't govern just for the parents of we believe in government for all the if a fairness government looks like us doing something wrong. here we are asking the president for more patterns. hm. yes. yes. moment. good job. it's a tense, 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 street, parents of noises to mobilize again, if we mobilize again to build to acquire new rights, will have a fear, a country. heroism 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 at a constant debate over it political relevance and does still remain a powerful and influential movement. it's also a movement of
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a lot is talking on the streets, this year's rallies as colorful and noisy as they've ever been. these girls will return to all corners of argentina, their movement, revitalized hoping the government is listening and better able to confront the many problems in these to tackle them showing their al jazeera when osiris new zealand has recorded its highest number of new corona virus cases. since the pandemic began, the 94 new infections surpassed the previous record of 89 from early last year. prime minister jacinta dern says oakland will stay on the level 3 locked down restrictions for another 2 weeks. she says roll breakers were contributing to the spread of the virus among young people. for on these launch sits cove 19 vaccination campaign. one of the last 3 countries in the world to do so. the previous government played down the severity of the virus. the death of the former president last year brought forward a government which promised
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a more proactive approach. 500000 doses of china's sinner farm vaccine are being administered. as no end in sight full of volcano, that has been a ramp thing for 4 weeks on the spanish island of la paloma exploding lava has destroyed more than 1800 buildings, mostly homes. about 7000 people have fled, canary islands, president al victor, taurus said there are no signs, bolivar is abating. ah, let's take you through some of the headlines here now to sierra. now north korea has testified at least one ballistic missile into the sea of japan. a meeting of intelligence chiefs from the u. s. japan and south korea has been called. they agreed to strengthen corporation.


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