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in a profoundly human story, exposing deep floors in denmark's adoption system. a girl in return, a witness documentary on al jazeera, ah dams, in india's careless state, near incapacity is flood was his continued to rise on the ground. ah, hello, i am, sam is a dan. this is al jazeera alive from dell hall, so coming up north korea pfizer, 5th ballistic missile in a little more than a month. as talks with the u. s. stall over it's controversial nuclear program. man, mars military leaders released democracy activists as they come under pressure from
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regional block a ziann and armed gangs kill dozens of people in nigeria is troubled. northern region will have a live update. ah, we begin in india with floods in the north and the south carola state is bracing for more after continued heavy rain. 10 dams are nearing capacity. some have been forced to reopen despite already high water levels. thousands of people have been moved to relief camps. at least 38 people have died in the past week. and india's northern states of america, there's also flooded heavy rain over 3 days as killed at least 16 people in the mountainous region. many parts of the state remain cut off with main highways and broads washed away. elizabeth foreign m as in one of the worst affected districts
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in carola state with this update. we're outside the it okay damn in the district off it. okay. one of the 2 was effected in canada and flooding over the weekend along with put in district way. we were on a monday now the death toll from last week's flooding. here in canada has risen to 38 and about a 3rd of those deaths are from lance lives here in the district of it. now, as the clean up operations are continuing, what local authorities of doing are releasing will shift from 3 dams so far? is the key dam is one of them. it's the state's largest reservoir, after it had been filling up rapidly during the floods on the we can also, unless people who are living downstream from here, the cause off of that release. the reason why they're doing this is there is more heavy rain predicted from wednesday after the, you know, the weekends to venture rain, which led to those labs live that flooding. so many homes destroyed and thousands
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of people displays. we have something with his 5 on monday and tuesday that has allowed those operations. but there was heavy rain predicted for wednesday. this is water canada as well. sure, reasons to told us about the preparations labatt order for all the dams are under control now. and the government has made all arrangements regarding the relocation of people living in the catchment area of the demo, and also to other places where this works. i could flow. no one is relocated as of now, as the water discharging isn't limited and controlled manner. now what the government is really trying to do here is of the kind of disaster that happened in the 2018 flood when at least 400 people lost their lives. and they faced and lot of criticism. the government both for delayed the decision to open to release from dams that cited is one of the main reasons for the wide spread damage. that
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was cool is that once they did release the washer for not giving people who living downstream any notice and which caused the valleys caused a lot of flooding. and so that is why they're emphasizing that they are staggering to the needs of what is, you know, a massive down or this is one just behind me. it's 100000 meters of water being beneath every single 2nd. and it hit him as chief minister that the state lead up and i vision has said that they have increased the number of relief. can't mistake to 240 keeping in mind that people might need evacuated. people living along the, along the pity of it, mightn't evacuating, especially at that more heavy vein as predict it does come through on wednesday. south korea says north korea has launched at least one ballistic missile into the sea of japan. it says the weapon may have been designed for submarine launches, a trilateral meeting of intelligence chiefs from the u. s. japan and south korea as
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being cold. they agreed to strength and cooperation is under the age. that is very regrettable that the country has continued launching missiles since last month. the you couldn't sleep villa. i'd rather not predict north korea's intentions of firing the missiles from my point of view. but i think we must continue making efforts on grasping the situation and collecting information. but it's katrina you has that. i just now from bay ging, we have conflicting reporting as to exactly what happened. south korea says one missile was launched a bit. japan says true missiles were launched, and at least one of those missiles could have been launched from a submarine. now, if that's the case, this will be the 1st time north korea has successfully test launched a missile from a submarine. previously, they only did so from test borders. now, shortly after the launch, south korea security council met there were they were deeply alarmed by this incident. they expressed deep regrets,
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echoing the japanese prime minister's sentiments. later we had a response from the u. s. government using strong language condemning the test, and urging the north korea to refrain from any d, stabilizing activities. now beijing's foreign ministry has also chimed in using softer language. it said that all parties should maintain restraint and commit to peace and dialogue. china is definitely watching all of this very closely. now this is the 8th, the missile test that shown young has conducted this year. the last one was just a few weeks ago. at the end of september, when phil young claimed to have tested hypersonic missile. now the timing of all of this is very interesting. it's in the middle of south korea is big diplomatic. push to try to reengage north korea in the d nuclear zation process that stored under the previous us administration under donald trump. and today on tuesday, the intelligence chiefs of the us, japan and south korea all met in saw to strengthen their cooperation. so this could,
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this test could be in response to that meeting. and also it takes place. while in south korea, we have a weapons trade said the a dex. trade for taking place where various asian countries, including south korea shopping and looking to upgrade the defense systems. graham on web is a defense analyst and research fellow at 9 young technological university. he says, north korea is trying to remind the world of its development program. i think we are looking at a convergence of considerations that have amounted to why young young had decided to do what have done in executing this dismissal test. presumably, a submarine based launching to solve to, you know, to communicate if you will receive a rattling of various things in the least. of course, i mean, just looking at, you know, capability development alone. i think north koreans are trying to remind all of us
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that number one serious about this number to the are pushing the envelope when it comes to developing essentially what will amount to 1st year nuclear power keep abilities. so i think that's something that has been rather disconcerting to all parties are impacted by this. they are moving baby, baby steps, if you will. not as far, relative to the development of other countries that have, you know, undertaken their own nuclear programs. nevertheless, you know, be where with all the coming, if you will, to find ways, walk around to get technical data to get, you know, to get the knowledge transfer to somehow make it there and to build these capabilities and to successfully test them. so i think that there's really no cutting off the regime ultimately, particularly in a globalized well, even in north korea, in consideration of that. and they will, they will find
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a way to get there. and i think they are telling this the man mas, military government is releasing political prisoners. relatives have been waiting outside the prison in young dom, the amnesty grounds, freedom to those who took part in the anti qu, demonstration. but most of the political leaders of the form of government, including on some sushi, will remain in detention me and mar, move follows a decision to exclude the don't need the name on the line from an upcoming summit. my sister was arrested after some one 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 her home as soon as possible. scott: hi la has more now 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 prints they, they welcome the prisoner releases, but they said the un said that they should never,
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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 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, 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 algae.
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and 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 agenda will be interacting with these other nations as well as other outside the region actors to the biden administration's top envoy for afghan. the staff who negotiated with the taliban is step down. the my colleagues that lead the trump administration's talks in culture for us troops to leave the country. he continued his role into biden's presidency to is deputy thomas west will now take over. and the us state department watched august to review the chaotic end of the by the 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. at least 43 people have been killed by a. tac is a nice area code. so state gunman,
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storm the market and go on the oh. on sunday, there are salt carried on into monday morning. attacks by gangs have been increasing in northern nigeria. i'm going to re says more from a boucher these attacks have been carried out by on groups in the north that have been operating in the north for them for a state in particular. they've been there for more than a decade, and they've killed thousands of people displeased tens of thousands, most of them crossed into neighboring countries like michelle public. and because of recent military operations, they have been dislodged from most of the forest areas they've been occupied for a stage. so some of them have spilled over into neighboring states like so could, although they keep talking. so could from time to time from that basis in some for, and other parts of north western idea. but now we understand that these benefits, according to officials, also have moved from their basis after they've been dislodged by military as strikes and ground operations there. and they are targeting communities in other
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parts of north western niger, especially as states like sort a state that a lot of government spaces in the north west of the country. like just in the northeast of the country where i bought them another. and i've been operating, there is little or no government presence is fucked in areas, nor infrastructure, no security presence, kidnapping for rent. some is high right now in the north of the country and in this office and for parts of my g, y, i'm groups have been gathering hundreds of millions of dollars since they started these operations. so a lot of criminal gangs and of course, are the individuals like caching in, on the, on the lucrative business leak of business and way in north west of nigeria. so that's the situation at the moment. or you and envoy has arrived in zimbabwe to assess the impact of years of u. s. and e u sanctions. the measures were designed to prevent government corruption, which is still rife. according to the opposition. how to motus reports from hot ari
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you in spatial rapper to alina to hand, is in zimbabwe to assist the impact of sanctions, sanctions that were imposed in 2002 after accusations of electoral fraud and human rights abuses. bakley robert mc gabby wasn't charge. emerson and gaga is now president, his administration says go, sanctions are stolen, economic development, and hurting the bobby into one defense is remote because there are fixed it every 1st it will for life. so in a nutshell, our document that we are going to give them will clearly indicate the effects of functions or not so fair to the united states. the european union and britain insisted restrictions only tell the companies and specific individual's both live as a vibe in government. and those associated with it, that's the united states, embassies and bobbins who want the sanctions removed. having protesting here for more than 2 years,
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they believe the government is being punished by the us. britain and the european union for thieving wife owed farms more than 2 decades ago. most the bobbins are struggling to cope with high unemployment inflation and rising fleet prices. those capping outside the u. s embassy, blame the country's economic crisis on what they call politically motivated sections. they talk o for who know? i think these law for the role of look in, if i'd be to fight the precise teams in the way in the road. so some of this issues they took off to mid rates up to point to a different vein, issy and not his opinion in all those countries, but function desperate we are not under sanctions. so what for special upwards and barbara elena do have plans to stay in 10 days in zimbabwe, on a fact finding mission. she would then present her report to the un human rights council next september, opposition leaders and civil society groups here. so they hoped to meet her to
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their blames, the bob was economic problems on government, corruption and mismanagement, harder. matessa algebra. her daddy seller have al jazeera, the political movement analogy in tina, based on the ideas of a former leader showing it still has support. 70 years on why people in parts of manager have been told not to a certain seafood like plans and oyster. ah, it's another beautiful sunny day at 35000 feet. the weather sponsored by cattle airways voted world's best her line of 2021. hi there, good to see you. your weather story for asia pacific begins right here right now, and we've got some heavy rain coming at you for parts of honshu into ho cato. that's also dragon down the temperature. so paro just
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a high of 11 degrees on wednesday and oh yeah, there are weather alerts in play here. so for whole kado and honshu. heavy rainfall at times can be expected central areas of china. we've got a run of rain, it's plough and further toward the east. so look what it does to shanghai hits down your temperature to just 16 degrees that is well below average. indo china right now, northern parts of vietnam over the last 72 hours have picked up more than half a meter of rain. it starts to peter out on wednesday, but still those bursts of heavy rain at well, just wise stand south of hope. sham in city on wednesday. next i'll take you toward that subcontinent. and once again, those rains towards southern india are just pick an outbreak where they left off in careless states. so some heavy bouts of rain to come. coach, he has a high of 31 degrees and around the bay had been gall. this is pretty much been a conveyor belt of what, whether just slamming into bangladesh and also against the foothills of the himalayas. dhaka has a hive 27 degrees on wednesday. that's it, so you soon?
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the weather sponsored by cattle airways voted world's best air line of 2021. after world war 2, frances great empire began to unravel and vietnam to moses. everybody was driving themselves into the streams bursting with joy, kissing each other. and algeria, he lives until she left, if the indo chinese managed to beat the french army, why not die? the decline continues and episode 2 of blood and tears, french di colonization on al jazeera. ah, the me
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i'll come back here watching out. is there a time to recap our headlines, fun stricken carroll estate in southern india, braces so more heavy rain 10 downs. on nearing capacity, at least 30 people have died in the past week, in thousands more sheltering in camp. north korea has passed 5, at least one ballistic miss on into the sea of japan, south korea, as it may have been designed for some marine launches. meanwhile, intelligence chiefs from the u. s. japan and south korea have agreed to strengthen cooperation me in laws, military government is releasing prisoners to a jail, for protesting against the coo. the justice says more than $5600.00 will be free to follow the exclusion of leader on line from an upcoming asia and somebody a 96 year old charged with a big in the batting mass murder and the nazi concentration camp has gone on trial in germany, 3 weeks after failing to turn up the court in ga folk. no, it was
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a typist that the still half camp were in poland. she's being tried in adolescence court because of her young age at the time of the alleged crimes german media report. those include transcribing execution orders. she's accused of helping the murders of some 11000 jews, polish partisans and soviet russian prisoners of war 7 and is in berlin. the latest m got 1st no was so 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 again . they didn't specify the match as they have taken. she was taken back to the nursing home, but she is now in court. that case can only start in german,
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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, her attendance will be maximized by around 2 hours. she is charged and accused of assisting the mass, murder of more than $11000.00 prisoners at the shoot. gotta stood ho for camp in poland between 1943 and 945. she was actually working as a secretary, as a, as a bank worker at the dresden bank in 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
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also knew about these orders for execution to people have been gas, have been shot, have been poisoned in that camp. thomas walter is a lawyer who represents holocaust survivors and their relatives. he says, the reason the trial is happening now is because the german justice system had been asleep at the wheel for decades. the only can complete it was a man named talk. she was doing all the lists and all the writing work together in the burn center of me. s s. and she wrote down the name names of the victims who has been sent for example from school. so she was only for guessing this woman who was in the center of the sort of concentration can looking for
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the lead on this camp. and she knew all these things and she was not forced to be there, room society to live as well as the past. if you nation will forget the own history, then perhaps the past come back again and will be in the center of the society again. and germany and most of the countries they have to take out of all these pos also. so try a t which could be in their mind in such a way is mrs force. now, in the time when she has been in, the shadow of camp pass is never a past is always, always in the midst of the society as well. tens of thousands of
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supporters of the far honest movement in argentina have held rallies as the economy continues to deteriorate. her own ism is based on the ideas of former, present hon domingo baron and his wife avita. the ideology is difficult to define and open to interpretation as daniel schwein 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 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
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criticizes, the government says it has the answers. the, in the end of any problem is 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. i'm not gonna be able to put it in the perone movement as always encompass arranged by deers from left to right. the objective is always that argentina is better when united parallelism was born in the mid 19 forties with the rise to prominence, then employment secretary, one domingo bear on 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 president alberto fernandez, who's itself parentis? i wouldn't put any kind of all of them up, but i've not been any we the parents don't govern just for the parents. we believe
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in government for all the people. if a pattern us government looks like is doing something wrong. here we are asking the president for more patterns. hm. yeah, 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 st. parents of nieces to mobilize again, if we mobilize again to build, to acquire new rights, that it 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 in the constant debate over it political relevance and does still remain a powerful and influential movement. it's also a movement of another, is talking on the streets, this year's rallies as colorful and noisy as they've ever been. these grills will
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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 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 infection surpassed the previous record of 89 from earlier last year. premier sir jacinta arden says oakland will stay under level 3 lockdown restrictions for another 2 weeks. she says, role breakers were contributing to the spread of the virus among young people. carters created a new ministry for the environment in climate change. it was announced during government re shuffle. casa is the world's biggest exporter of liquefied natural gas. last week, state home cut of petroleum company rebranded to cut her energy in
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a push to direct focus towards renewable source of energy. the fisheries department in malaysia cannon tan states has imposed an immediate ban on eating seafood like oysters and clams, harvested from a river. it's because of a harmful algae bloom cold, a red tide. hot weather and pollution is made them more common in the sun guy getting river. florence louis reports from malaysia, compact district rosley bin. abraham is a fisherman from malaysia's tomb pat district in columbia. he says things have changed a lot in the last 30 years here. but about in the 19 ninety's, the getty river was clear. you could see the sand, we didn't have any problems here. now the river is polluted and it smells bad. sediment and development have altered the course of the river. it no longer flows to the sea. and around 10 years ago, it became more susceptible to red tides,
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a name given to a phenomenon, when a higher than normal growth of tiny single celled lp happens, the boom of al gay causes discoloration in the water. i'm going to scoop some of this water out and you can see there's a rough color tinge to it. red tides now occur here as often as once a year and can last for weeks. even months to modern phillip pollution can be of factors. the hot weather to and in this particular spot of the river, the water is very calm. these can all produce conditions that are right for all good to multiply fast. not all algy are toxic but tested by the fisheries department show. the lp in the getting river is of the alexandria species which produces toxic mollusks such as oysters and clams can accumulate high concentrations of toxin and filter from their systems. after several weeks. fisheries officials have a should notices, banning people from selling or eating malice found along the getting river. the
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official say fish are safe to eat during the period as long as they are caught life . the area affected by the red tide is small. the ting river is less than 3 kilometers long, but news of the algae bloom has affected seafood traders in the area. the ma, some customers have cancelled their orders because they are afraid. i'm not selling clams and oysters from guessing river, because we know about the dangers. i get mine from another beach, the one over there. the fisheries department is conducting weekly tests to determine when the waters of getting river will be safe. again. florence li al jazeera getting river tom, but district malaysia. ah.


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