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in the region, revenues and $96.00 hills charged with aiding and abetting mass murdering and nasty concentration camp has gone on trial in germany 3 weeks after failing to turn up to court. him gone to fusion. i was a type is at these 2 half camp in poland. she's been tried in an at dallas in court because a very young age at the time of her alleged crimes. german media reports those include transcribing execution orders. she's accused of helping the murders of some 11000 jews, polish partisans, and soviet russian prisoners of war said vos n is in berlin with more. the am 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 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. 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, her attendance will be maximized by around 2 hours. she is so 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, 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. the head of the european commission says a recent ruling by poland. constitutional court is a threat to the very foundations of the e. u. a polish cor, was parts of the bronx. treaties are incompatible with the countries constitution. the e u has threatened consequences saying the primacy of its laws must go undisputed. more than a 100000 poles rallied in support of the e. u. last week, with concerns the country could leave the block. on the members, we cannot and we will not allow our common values to be put at risk.
the commission will act and the options are all known. first option on fringe months, where we legally challenged the judgment of the polish constitutional court. another option is the conditionality, mechanism, and other financial tools. the polish government has to explain to us how it intends to protect your appeal money. given this ruling of their constitutional courts are poland. prime minister says he will not be intimidated by what he calls blackmail from the you. you stand process social note back here today, this process has come to such a stage that it is necessary to safe talk. you do addiction have clear boundaries and i must not remain silent when they reached. that's why you're saying yes. do you open when you were selling them and know if you look in central ism facebook
says it will be hiring 10000 new employees in the european union in the next 5 years. they'll be higher specifically to work on what the social media giant calls a new met, averse maybe in the tech industry said could be the internet's next big lead forwards, connecting people to augmented and virtual reality of facebook describes a metal verse as an online world that's accessible to everything, from virtual reality headsets to mobile phones and game consoles. it could have limitless uses from moving workplaces online to concerts, shopping, and just hanging out with friends. long soccer burke, i said, is his company's main priority is already committed. $15000000.00 to the effort and has invested heavily in the virtual. busy reality industry, but global pushback against facebook has been growing. the companies facing anti trust investigations in the u, as well as widespread criticism about its failure to address online safety and hate speech on its platform. earlier i spoke to catalina, go on toes and assistant professor in law and technology at master university. she
says the virtual realm contains a lot of opportunity and it will be good for it to happen under european oversight . i think that this is based on a very long mud, a dream or a dream that has happened already a lot, even in find fiction literature and movies and cinema ta graphy of actually having this online space. that is the cyberspace where people can do exactly the same activities as we can in the offline world. so a lot of commentators have really likened the met over as to what we already see is happening in different games. for instance, in fortnight there have been there has been a rise in concerts that are taking place in this environment. now imagine that metaphors as an amplification of such environments where you can have new payment mechanisms. you can have new types of digital content and basically new consumer products. if you look at the blog post that was made by facebook 2 days ago where
these plants have been built upon. this reads very much like the p r, equivalent of a love letter to europe. so indeed, i believe that there is going to be quite a lot of leverage from a lobbying perspective that these plans in these negotiations might entail. i think we can also look at the silver lining. so apart from the 3 countries, so i think it's germany, france, and ireland that would immediately benefit from different organizations that would be billed by facebook and then attracting several other tens of thousands of employees. but the idea is that also apart from that, by really creating these products in the european sphere, we could look at how europeans consumer protection. and it's very high standards, are going to impact the development of policies for these new worlds. the international monetary funds has started discussions with lebanon, which is in dire need of assistance with it's the economy crisis, but the government has been distracted by another crisis. the political infighting
about the investigation into the be able to support explosion. tensions lead to st battles last week. then a 100 reports. it's been nearly a week since the most violence. st battles in beirut, in years ended with an undeclared truth. but the political tension about the investigation into last year's explosion at the report haven't gone away. just weeks after ending 13 months of political deadlock, lebanon, new government is unable to do much political groups. emmelyn has below, who supporters fought with. as of yet, an identified gunman from the stronghold of the christian lebanese forces party are threatening to walk out of cabinet. if the lead judge in the case topic baton is not removed, it will be interesting to see what has been learned and are willing to do and how much they are willing to escalate. the implosion of the government from within
remains of an option. because if the mass resignation card that has been am i could play technically, but that would effectively propel the country into a political crisis to avoid that prime minister. and as she may add, he says he will convene cabinet until a solution is found to differences about the judge, who some accuse of political bias. this means they can't focus on rescuing an economy that has all but collapse. the investigation is the biggest legal challenge to the governing political class, which has for decades use the system to escape. accountability. baton is the 2nd judge to take on the case politicians remove his predecessor, what he started to charge officials was criminal negligence. the inquiry shows many of them knew of the dangerous material at the port that triggered the blast. judge baton has tried to prosecute some of those believe to be responsible. he has issued arrest warrants for officials who refused to show up for questioning. but there has
been no cooperation from the political and security establishment, which is now trying to find ways to take the case out of betters. hands basically the because the night now trying to put in place is one that would be supposed to oversee what judge feet are. does. it took recognizance to try and control the flow of the investigation to try and put some controls over the movement of judge guitar . and what he finds, but ours findings haven't been revealed and it's not known. if he found evidence linking those seeking to undermine his investigation, to the ammonium nitrate responsible for the devastating blast at the port. this investigation has caused a deep divide that led to a dangerous escalation on the ground. and now political deadlock center could their ultra 0 failed. the fisheries department in malaysia kelantan state has imposed any immediate ban on eating seafood, like oysters and clams, harvested from
a river. it's because of a harmful r g. e. bloom called a red tide. hot weather and pollution has made them more common in these some guy getting rid of florida, 3 reports rosley been brought him is a fisherman from malaysia's dupont district in columbia. and he says things have changed a lot in the last 30 years. yeah. but about in the 19 ninety's, the giddy 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, a name given to a phenomenon, when a higher than normal growth of tidy, single celled l g happens, the boom of al gay causes discoloration in the water. i'm gonna skip 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, fill up a pollution cambia factors. the hot weather to in this particular spot of the evil devoted, he's very call. these can all produce conditions that are right for all good to multiply faust. not all algy are toxic, but tests by the fisheries department show. the lp in the getting river is of the alexandra m species, which produces toxins. mollusks such as oysters and clams can accumulate high concentrations of toxin and filtered from their systems. after several weeks. fisheries officials have issued notices, banning people from selling or eating wallace found along the getting river. the official say fish are safe to eat during the period as long as they are caught live . the area affected by the red tide is small. getting 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 to, but district malaysia signed her se. there's no indication the volcano on the spanish island of la palmer will stop erupting soon. it's been a month since it began spewing lava. the agricultural sector has been among the hardest hit by the destruction. alexander lurch is on the island where his met with banana farmers who say they're worried, they won't have anything left to harvest. for more than 4 decades, jose alvaro has worked its family's plantation near the western coast of la palmer . but he says the month long volcanic eruption is now affecting his health in the
you know, the, i don't feel good. i don't want to work or eat. i don't want to do anything but the situation. we are now living in reviews and we have to continue in a typical year, alvaro could expect to harvest more than 13 tons of the islands, much prized bananas. but the erupt means the fate of this season's harvest. is uncertain as say my life anytime glad office volcanic effect. everything because of the wind, it's everywhere. you said these are used to production an income. we are washing the bananas with water. i'm blow where it's extra work yet in the end we get practically nothing. when we try to sell them, it looks like they might not have been funded down inside the same taste. but on the outside to the eye, it doesn't sell it. the lava has destroyed more than a 133 heck tears of banana farms. scientists warned the erupt could continue for
several months, but say a lesson may be drawn from the islands history. and this one here we're going to talk to were planted big because the transport saw from other from other places where they put this on the lava flows on isolated options. so probably the future will, they will do the same. i mean, that will transport in thousands of do we commit this? and they covered a lot of flow, so they will see that they will have new plantations. i mean the, the only way to recover once the lava has cooled, there is a chance that some of the land may be reclaimed in the coming months and years. but for the farmers, all they can do is wait for the option to end. while they hope that the help provided by the government is enough to see them through the year. the bananas or the engine of the economy on the canary islands accounting for 30 percent of jobs. the spanish government has designated more than $16000000.00 in financial aid to
help farmers recover. local officials say the government should do more. the you let me see where the dental simulate, the 14000000 euros of a being provided to the community is a start. but it's only equivalent to what the affected areas produce, interest one. yeah. after sunset, the glow from cooper bicker lights up the landscape yet again. and the threats of the love of becomes visible from tens of kilometers away. all alvaro can do is watch and hope his farm is spared. alexander lurch al jazeera la palmer katara has created a new ministry for the environment and climate change. it was announced during a government lease shuffle cut out of the world's biggest export of liquefied natural gas. last week said, own cat petroleum. re branded to cut our energy in a push to direct focus towards renewable sources of energy. the height of the
cold war, the u. s. had around 15 military bases in greenland. many were left to decay and rust polluting the fine job environment. one named camp century was even built under the ice before being abandoned. but as the ice mel stay off years, that talks in then radio active count coolant, which were meant to stay buried forever, could soon be exposed. nick long re for some acre tech. hidden away up a remote fjord amid the wonder of the arctic, there's a jaw dropping site. the remains of an old army base called blue east to that's been slowly rusting away for decades during the cold war. american command as ordered that military bases should be built across greenland in facts more than 50 were built. now any one remains in the rest. like this one was simply abandoned. amongst it all more than $200000.00 fuel drums, many were full when they were left,
leaching out their toxic contents. the base was actually constructed in the 2nd world war. we continued operation into a time when the soviet union and the united states were standing toe to toe when it was eventually decommissioned, the abandonment was total. hey, this is really quite shocking. you've got to remember that this is in the heart of this pristine wilderness. what is a wonderful environment and yet all of this it's just effectively been dumped here . and if you think this is bad, there's a lot worse on the other side of greenland for a huge u. s. bass was built into the ice cap and that one was powered by nuclear reactor. the united states army has established an unprecedented nuclear powered arctic research center. the construction of camp said tree started in 1959 and was completed inside 2 years. officially a research station, it's really was to launch nuclear missiles against the soviet union in the event of war. but it soon became obvious that shifting greenland ice sheet made the site
dangerously unstable and it was abandoned in 1967. what we can tell from our eyes penetrating radar survey is the sort of magnitude and spatial distribution of the debris. and we can see, you know, how the tunnels have closed and they've, you know, smushed completely closed. they have no more air space in them. the sites nuclear reactor was removed, but unknown quantities of radioactive waste plus 200000 liters of diesel were left under the assumption they would be buried forever. but now because of climate change, they could be exposed to the environment, possibly within 8 he is. so it has to be continually monitored the rate of warming that the green, the nation is facing to day is pretty unprecedented in the last 12000 years. just how fast is warming and how fast the i sheet is retreating. so camp centuries now experiencing more melt than it has in the past. denmark is now funding
a $29000000.00 cleanup of u. s. military installations in greenland, the blue eas too. well now there are plans to turn is rusting legacy of the past into a tourist attraction, a contrast to the regular guide, but green and to say the least nic lock al jazeera. it's a tech greenland, and you can watch nick clocks full planet as so a special report from greenland next on a $2330.00 g m t on wednesday right here on al jazeera. it's also of course, available on our website at al jazeera dot com. and still ahead on this news, i will tell you why no back joke of h might not be able to defend his australian open title next year. that's coming up next with peter. stay with us. ah.
ah, a mattress, what's his peter? polly, thank you very much. matched the city of stones with extra you may ambiance, li, game against club riga in belgium. remarkably, it's they 1st win in the group stage this season. well, they certainly made up for the stuttering starts. jell can cellos, car walker and co palmer scoring with re edmore is adding to in a 51 winful audio. lucy, parents and a man will be without one of their name or they take on life. see again, a few minutes time. he took part in training on monday, but he's struggling with a growing problem. he picked up on the international duty with brazil. p. s. she should worry too much though, as they still heavily and now messy and killing them. bob pay for their game
against the german club, p of g o, top of group with full games, full points from 2 games watch, live, say gall bottom, and then get to pick up points. the most eye catching match on tuesday on paper at least the spanish champions are letting madrid up against the 2019 champions league . when is liverpool, political unknown for the defensive style and the manager, the semi anybody's office? that number you the clock is not a fan. i couldn't respect more. what they do. do i like it's not too much. and i, but that's normal because i prefer different kinds of footballs. but that's me. i was reporters. prefer other, other kind of all other sides of football. and so nobody has to like it, it just has to be successful. and that's what it is for sure. in the wake of the saudi arabia beth take over at new castle 18 of the premier league teams have voted to block sponsorship deals, links a club owners watch out for flash photography. here you cancelled rivals or concern
that they new bosses will gain an advantage from signing lucrative deals with saudi state owned companies. the temporary freeze on all 20 teams will last a month or more permanent rule change is discussed. you can say the move is unlawful while matches. the city who owned by the united group abstained from the vote. earlier, we spoke to a p global sports correspondent, rob harris, who says the timing of the action taken by the clubs is surprising. is all emerging through source is nothing official, and it really was the result of an emergency meeting held a monday by premier league rivals of new council to try to sterling me their ability to draw on resources in saudi arabia to particularly raise their revenue. the focus will be on why those clubs have now not acted in the years after the city doing it, but only in the week or so after the completion of the contract to take over by
saudi arabia. and it really does signal the consent of many the clubs that this new financially strong rival is starting to emerge this, hey, tell you like it's told last year in the piracy linked to saudi arabia as human rights issues, which do lingers concerns about saudi arabia and it was only approved a couple of weeks ago which many questions in terms of just what took now the primly to k, the deal. they say they have legally binding guarantee that the saudi state isn't controlling newcastle united, but the public investment fund, which is $0.80 to the club. well, it's a higher board virtually is found. the ministers, it's chaired by the saudi crime print behind. they'd been salman, and now we're seeing the next few weeks, the premier league and it's the clubs are going to be trying to construct the longer term regulations that could impede the ability of newcastle not to get any sponsorships that link to its ownership. the olympic flame has been officially hand
. it's a china head of mixed is controversial beijing windsor games. the ceremony took place without spectators at the pen. phonetic stadium in athens were the 1st modern olympics were hosted in 18. 96 was held without incidents following protests at the torch was looked the day before activists. so calling for a boycott of the games because of china's treatment of muslim week is china denies any wrong doing. the olympic torch is supposed to represent peace and hope. but for our people who are living under the brutal chinese communist brady, this represents global complicity in china's extreme regression. we're in athens to day to tell to the international community that the olympic games are being handed over to a country actively committing a genocide. the usaa olympic him at, he says that it's government's not athletes that should be leading the debate around human rights. the opportunity to compete for the united states is
a special one and a singular event for the great majority of olympic and paralympic athletes. we are focused on protecting that opportunity and continuing to advocate strongly for athletes who have earned their position in your assaye. we strongly believe that the governments of the world, including our own, and the respective diplomatic teams and experts, should lead the conversation about international relations. we are focused on ensuring that athletes are provided a safe fare and enjoyable environment to compete. now that shock of it is a strange and open title. defense is in doubt because unvaccinated athletes are unlikely to be allowed into the country. according to local government. in victoria 20 tom grand slam champion, jock of ich has repeatedly refused to declare his vaccinations status and says, given the rules, he's not sure he will compete in melbourne where he's won a record 9 times. victoria, which hosts the event in january, has introduced
a vaccine mandates for professional athletes, but the rules have not yet been clarified. for those coming in from abroad. when asked about shock of it's the state premier, daniel andrews said sports dawes should be treated like everyone else. vaccine doesn't care what your tennis ragging is, or how many grand slams you've won. a sorry, the vars does not care. ah, but took completely irrelevant in a to be vaccinated to keep yourself safe, handicapped by the side. i don't think that the person you indicated or any other tennis pilots, no person. was it any other tennis, spiral? golfer all ra, all or formula one driver will even get a visa to get here. so the con becomes moot, and if i did get a visa, i'd probably have to corn time for a couple weeks when our suppliers had to. so i don't think that that's going to be a relevant issue. that's what we'll leave it for now, i'll be here again later with another sports needs up there for me. thank you very much, peter. that's it for this. he is our on al jazeera, from me fully bachelor,
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