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ah, knowledge is here when ever you ah, ah. ready north korea conforms its test, fired, a new type of ballistic missiles from a submarine. the white house warns against what it calls further provocations. ah, you're watching out a 0 life from a headquarters in ohio, getting applegate's are also a heads, a haitian gang that abducted us and canadian missionaries demand $17000000.00 for their release. a u. s. committee investigating january's capitol hill riots. votes
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to hold. donald trump's long time aid, steve bannon and contempt of court. the congress passed mclaughlin green in the country. dotted with a bind a u. s. military basis. another of fears that the retreating ice club may release toxic waste. the court stay trucked for you. ah. hello, the un security council will hold an emergency closed door meeting on north korea. on wednesday, the session was requested by the us on britain after north korea test, fired a new type of ballistic missile from a submarine. north korea made the announcement through state run media, which also released these pictures. it last tested such a weapon. in 2019 washington saw an toko of condemned the latest launch. these launches violate multiple un security council resolutions and our threat to the region. we call the d p r k, to refrain from further provocations and engage and said,
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stand and substantive dialogue and our commitment to the defense of the republic of korea and japan remains iron clad. these launches also underscore the urgent need for dialogue and diplomacy. our offer remains to meet anywhere anytime without preconditions. robert kelly is a professor of political science and diplomacy at lusan national university. he says north korea is using miss all diplomacy to get more attention from the white house. the advancement towards a submarine launch missile is actually a pretty big step. i mean, the most obvious thing it gives north gray is tremendous. rain, right? and you could send the submarine basically anywhere in the world as long as i mean undetected, which is something of a challenge depending on the subs, agent, engine type. but i mean, as long as that means under attack them, you could effectively launch from anywhere. the big advantage to north korea that this gives is what we called assured 2nd strike. and other words, even if the united states hits all of north korea, land based weapons, north green tab, submarines, etc, the launch. and so this makes it harder for the united states to pull up
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a per strike against north korea, which is probably the reason why they, they, they built it. but there's also a potential event, a possibility, which is it would just park this thing off the coast to california or something like that. and that is why you're going to see the american respond sharply as they have. i think the north koreans really. so they kind of maybe got to their head a little bit, but donald trump personally met the north korean leader 3 times in the north things now feel like they're entitled for presidential attention that job binding himself should be somehow involved in that that he should be speaking about north korea and he should be talking about meeting the north korean leader. i'm. this is one of the reasons why american president hadn't met the north koreans before because of something of a big give away. right. but now the north got accustomed to it sort of used to presidential attention. i think that's what they want more from the americans and just envoys. my secretary, you know, spokesman and stuff like that. they want something higher up, a gang that could not members of a u. s. based christian missionary group is demanding $1000000.00 for each person. so the 16 americans and one canadian were taken while returning to port au prince
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from an orphanage in china, gone to east to the capital. the christian aid ministry is workers had 5 children with them, including a baby, only 8 months old of 0 money. well right below is important prince and tells us more about the gang involved information on the status of the 17 missionaries is quite limited. we don't know if those $17000000.00 is going to be shelled out by the aid organization. a $1000000.00 per head as the gang has put it, but local authorities here in port prints are working hand in hand with us of federal agents to find a resolution to the case of these. 17 missionaries, we know that this gang 4000 is very well known here in court of prince. the are, are known actually for these types of brazen kidnappings. just in april there was a kidnapping of a catholic clergy by this same group. now we can also tell you that the attitude
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from people here in port apprentice, the day that we arrive have been quite tense people are. people have been protesting that were protests on monday that were protests on tuesday. the day that we arrived, people calling attention to violence, calling attention to this worsening trend of kidnappings. and we should note that while this specific case of the 17 missionaries, as sort of captured international headlines for the simple fact that 16 out of the 17 missionaries are us citizens in just the 1st 3 quarters of 2021. there been more than 600 reported to kidnapping. so this is a very serious problem here in haiti and people are calling for accountability. people are quite angry with the government, but more so than anything else. people are afraid and simply because in the wake of the assassination of patient president of nel noise in july of this year, there has been this spike in violence, a spike in fighting between rival gangs seeking to control different areas of puerto prints. and people are scared that they're going to be caught in the
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crossfire of this of this term for here in the haitian capital. a us congressional committee investigating january's assault on capital hill has voted unanimously to hold the van and in contempt of congress. he was long time a to donald trump and approving the report, the committee said it was shocking that ban and refused to comply with subpoena seeking documents and testimony from washington particle, hey and explains the votes and what comes next. the head of the committee basically send the message to the van and saying the committee is not going to take no for an answer. so all of this is because steve bad and was very close to president trump after a brief falling out. he was in all of the meetings leading up to the january, 6, a rally, the former president donald trump attended and he said on his radio show, january, january, 5th the day before the attack on the capital that it's basically an i'm going to quote him all hell, going to break loose in washington tomorrow. said it's not going to be anything
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like what you expect. so what does that mean that he actually knows that they were eventually going to have hundreds of riders actually break into the capital come very, very close to injury law makers. that was what the subpoena was for this january 6 commission said ok, we want to talk to you under oath. we want your records, we want id sort of documents and he said, no, he said, i'm citing executive privilege with the former president is saying that they can't have his records because of executive privilege problem with that is he's no longer the president and executive privilege lives with the current president, joe biden has said, no, i'm not going to give you executive privilege on these documents so bad and said he wouldn't do this is a lawyer asked for a delay. the committee basically just said no, no delay unanimous decision 9 to 0 to send it on to the full house. a free agents have rated homes in washington, dc and new york city linked to russian oligarch, all very pasco,
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the billionaire has been under us sanctions because of his ties to the kremlin after a legit russian meddling in the 2016 election. there pasco was also quote to the former from campaign manager paul man of fort who he once employed man of fort was convicted in 2018 on tax evasion, and bank fraud charges, as part of investigations into russian interference. in the 2016 presidential election, brazilian senators have met late into the night discussing a report which will apparently recommend that president valuable scenario be indicted on criminal charges. it's understood burleson arrow will be accused of bungling the cov, 19 response, and pushing brazil's death toll to the world's 2nd highest. monica on a cab reports the last day of hearings and the most painful of all. outside brazil's congress, hundreds of white handkerchiefs, a symbol of tears shed for the victims of the pandemic. they were hung in rio de janeiro icon. it got back up on
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a beach when brazil reached the tragic milestone of 600000 deaths by po. good 19. the world's 2nd largest, the handkerchiefs were then carried in a box to the capital brazilian by taxi driver must student us. he mailed to her son, died more than a year ago. he spoke on behalf of thousands of resilience, who lost their loved ones and blamed the government for their suffering, especially president j able so model who denied the severity of the pandemic, scoffed at social distancing measures and delayed the vaccination campaign. it was who mars motor thea. mm hm. bridge you who did the school, i think we deserve an apology from the highest authority in the country. them. oh, this is not about politics. it's not about belonging to one party or another. we're talking about people's lives in foliage. go super job, scheduled muslim for them. you view bush reesha. he's not alone. ok, evolve. my nurse might
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a beatty's that was working in my now's brazil's gateway to the amazon rain forest . when the city ran out of oxygen, her brother and sister died leaving 4 children in her care. people, they are young, a bit of common sense in humanity on the part of those who govern us could have helped avoid such tragedy. in the amazon student, javan la gomez mean gish spoke on behalf of brazil's 120000 coven 19 orphans, georgia. she lost both parents within 2 weeks and was left alone with her 10 year old sister and no means to support themselves. we had friends and family who helped us a lot. many do not. giovanna said that government she claimed should be financially responsible for them. if we mouse, the result of this 6 month parliamentary inquiry of the government's handling of the pandemic will be a $1200.00 page report, asking for the indictment of at least 70 people. among them president shy bull sonata and his sons. man in brazil believe it will have no impact over because of
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the locker room. this investigation will lead nowhere. the report needs to be examined by brazil's attorney general, and it will probably end up in a draw. ah, the vice president of the senate committee in charge of the investigation told us they will try to get justice for the victims. by all means, even if it means turning to the international court to my view, he says the probe has already produced a change. and stuff, oh, it's not comfortable, i'm a 1000 care. we'll put as before, the pro began president jail bell sonata was the only person who had to say in brazil, he acted in the worst possible way and there was no response. no cheer. the senate was the 1st institution that reacted to the atrocities he committed and investigated his crimes and tore a surprise, re unveiled corruptions candles involving their position of vaccines. for me, the investigation has already taken a toll on bull sonatas. popularity, more than half of brazilians, reject his government, monica,
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and not give. i'll g 0, a mutation of the coven. 19 delta variance is being closely monitored in the u. k. it's genetic sequence has been detected in a growing number of new infections, but as yet there is no evidence that suggests it spreads more easily than the original delta variance, which is already highly contagious. u. k. infection rates have been growing despite strong vaccination numbers. still heads on al jazeera, no sign of relief. as heavy rain is flooding sweet through parts of northern and southern india. and and 96 year old former nazi concentration camp secretary, who initially fled her trial faces court in almost complete silence. ah,
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i nice to see you. here's your world weather update and we're going to start 10 d america. this one covers the americas. we've got this system pushing into western canada also for the pacific northwest. so that's going to dive down a lot of what weather. so we'll go and now for a closer look. so we see it pull into vancouver at 14 degrees, but really right across that west coast. cool. pool of air for the prairies. winnipeg, 7 degrees will be the high for you on wednesday. eastern portions right now trying to looking good 70 degrees. but we've got a few spits in spots of rain here moving from the mid west right into the great lakes for the southeast. we'll see some rain dance into states like louisiana where it has been quite a dry stretch as of late a hive. 28 degrees in new orleans. and some of those bands of rain could be heavy at times as well. here we go, southwest. there's that rain pushing into san francisco. in fact, we'll have a few soggy days and we're watching what this disturbance could mean looking quite vigorous as of now central america, a lot of rain here, especially around honduras,
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nicaragua, costa rica and panama. and now for the top end of south america, we see that heavy rain through columbia and peru, and next stop, patagonia will look in ada coma, doro river, to via 29 degrees, fall above average. ah, stories that me to be told. find a way getting a window into another light. these are my babies, my students where i go, where i see them. it's just like we were in 2nd grade. been personally endeavors in epic struggles. took a lot of sacrifices in individual journey witness showcases in firing documentaries that change the while on al jazeera. ah
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ah. hello again. the top stories on al jazeera, this, our doing security council will hold an emergency meeting on north korea after a young test start a new ballistic missile from a submarine. north korean state media reported that the missile was fired from the same submarine involved in an earlier check. a gang that kidnapped numbers for us based christian missionary group is demanding $1000000.00 for each person. the 16 americans on one canadian were taken while returning to port or prince from an orphanage in the town of gauntlet of the capital and the u. s. congressional committee investigating january's fall on capital hill has voted unanimously to hold the van and in contempt of congress. he was
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a long time aid to donald trump. at least 24 people have died and others are missing in floods triggered by heavy rains in the northern indian state, which are canned. the army has deployed helicopters to help with rescue efforts. as roads have been washed away along with homes, forecasters expect more heavy rain over the next 2 days. and days of flooding and land slides have killed dozens of people in the southern indian state of carola, many are filling to over capacity forcing authorities to release more water into already swollen rivers. thousands have been moved to shelters and relief camps. elizabeth parent hm is in one of the still states worst affected districts. we're downstream from catalyst vegas washer reservoir. that's the it oki damn, which is releasing $100000.00 pieces of router every seconds. now the government is doing that is releasing washer from 3 dams because they rapidly filled up with
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a to renshaw rain over the weekend. and that means that people living in a live in downstream along the patio river as far as the city of chloe richey, have been put on alert, in case of flooding from the release of water. now they're doing this because there is more heavy rain projected for all of canada from wednesday. and this is what the states water resources minister told us about the preparations do not order through for all the dams are under control now. and the government has made all arrangements regarding the location of people living near the catchment area of the thames, and also to other places where this water could flow. no one is relocated as of now, as the water discharging is in a limited and controlled manner. now what the government is trying to do is of the, the kind of disaster that happened during the monsoon floods of 2018 when at least
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400 people lost their lives. the government face criticism of both delaying the decision to open the waters to release the worship rather from the reservoirs. and then once they made that decision for not giving any notice to people who were living downstream, those are both sides or just reasons to some of the widespread damage and destruction. they're also emphasizing that the release of the water from the dan is being in a good and controlled manner. catalyst chief minister, safely to that. i have said that they have increased the number of release camp shelters and the 240 keeping in mind that as well as all of those people who all ready lost their homes over the past week. the 1000 to shelters more might need evacuation because of the release of the water from the dams and those heavy rains
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which are predicted for wednesday to come through. at least 50 people have been killed in a road accident in the southern democratic republic of congo. just to passengers survived when a truck overturned and plunged into a river and house catania province on sunday. pictures of emerged the damage caused by governments era strikes on the capital of if you p s t gr i region at least 3 people were killed in mckelly. the strikes came days after a new offensive was launched against the dry forces. the state. oh news agency says communication equipment was hit, the conflicts in the north has been ongoing for almost a year and thousands of died. health care workers in your region are calling on the federal government to lift the siege on mckelly. a sorta just medical supplies is worth thinking. humanitarian crisis in the region. the un says 400000 people are experiencing famine and a further 1800000 people are on the brink of it. dozens of palestinians have been
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wounded. xander rested in scuffles with is really forces in the occupied east jerusalem during unless the holiday is really forces moved in on the damascus gate in the old city that's outside the mos compound for the 2nd day in a row. events have been held around there to mark the profits. my birthday. us sector estate antony blinking. hell talks with the ecuadorian president guillermo. also on tuesday, the meeting was aimed a discussing counter narcotics operations on regional security. tourism reports from kito. lincoln reinforced washington support for ecuador is cracked down on drug trafficking. it's the 1st official visit by a us secretary of state in 11 years. and tony lincoln arrived to acquire the order to talk about drug trafficking. i migration topics that have become a major concern when it comes to security. when it comes to dealing with with norco
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trafficking, this is a shared, shared concern and shared fight. we have, as i think, you know, a number of agreements already in place that established new programs to try to strengthen counter narcotics and law enforcement cooperation between the united states and in ecuador, trafficking, money, laundry, other trans, national, organized crime. the arrival of us secretary of state anthony billing can happen just as the president, he had a more lateral declared the state of emergency in this country, following a wave of violent crimes related to drug trafficking. the state of emergency were left for around 60 days, a period in which the armed forces will be allowed to participate in arms and drug confiscation operations. and only say it was or has become a distribution hub for drugs with trafficking increasing killings and robberies.
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2 weeks ago, a fight between rival gangs left 119 prisoners dead in the city of was a key. it was one of the dead b s, right. within this country's history essays, we had never seen this before. ecuador was a country between 2 giants that were involved in drug trafficking business, but we never saw what's happening now. it's not a transit point anymore. president had a more lateral. it's also facing a political crisis. he has threatened to shut down the national assembly ankle for elections because he has been unable to pass laws to introduce the market friendly reforms he says, are necessary to jumpstart the economy. labor union and indigenous groups have been taken to the streets to protest the rights and the price of food and petrol level is facing an investigation because his name appears in the recently released bundle of papers with allegations. but he's looking to at least 14 offshore companies,
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the secretary said blinking with it is seen here as a show of support one in the region during difficult time. that he said, well, i'll just see that kito hundreds of migrants are stranded in the western colombian town and at coakley. they're trying to get on boats to reach the border with panama, where they will hire through the jungles of the darian gap towards the us. panama only accept $500.00 migrants per day, creating a huge bottleneck. more than a 1000 asylum seekers, mainly from haiti arrive in nicole coley each day in peru, hundreds of coca farmers had been blocking a road for the 5th day there, calling for the government to stop the destruction of their crops growing. coca leif is legal in the country as long as it's registered on an official list, but thousands of farmers planted without that permits authority say. most of these crops serve as the main ingredients for the manufacturer of cocaine. the head of
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the european commission says a recent ruling by poland constitutional court is a threat to the very foundations of the you. the court decided that parts of the blocks treaties are incompatible with poland. constitution. the you have threatened consequences saying the primacy, the privacy, excuse you, if it's laws must not be disputed, more than a 100000 people rallied and supported you last week. and 96 year old women accused of complicity and mass murder during the holocaust has appeared before a german court. prosecutor se in garth forkner contributed to the debts of almost 11 and a half 1000 people. at a concentration camp between 19431940 5. she worked as a type is fair at the time for, nor was supposed to be in court last month, but attempted to go on the run. she was found within hours. thomas walter is a lawyer who represents holocaust survivors and their relatives. he doesn't believe
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in garth forkner is claims that she didn't play a significant role. the secretary only came complete. it was a man named talk. she was doing all the lists and all the writing work together in the burn center of ne s s. and she wrote down the name names of the victims who has been sent, for example, from stuart or so it's only for guessing this woman was in the center of the sort of concentration can looking for the need all this camp. and she knew all these things and she was not forced to be their rooms was trying to live as mel was
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a past. if you nation will forget the own history, then perhaps the past no. come back again and we'll be in the center of the society again and germany and the most only european countries. they have to take care of all these pos, also society, which could be in their mind in such a way is missus forshaw in the time when she has been in the shuttle camp past is now a cost is always, always in the midst of the society. as well, there are fairs that toxins and radioactive material had soon see into green lands, fragile environments, the areas home to many disused military bases that had been russ thanks for years. one of them was built under the ice before being abandoned. but as the ice melts,
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their, their fear is that dangerous material which was meant to stay burried forever, could soon be exposed. ne clark reports hidden away up a remote fuel amid the wonder of the arctic. there's a jaw dropping sight. 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 has 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 old more than 200000 fuel drums. many were full when they were left, leaching out that 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,
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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 is just effectively been dumped here. and if you think this is bad, there's a lot worse on the other side of greenland, where 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 the 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
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distribution of the debris. and we can see, you know, how the tunnels have closed and they've no 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 8th, he is. so it has to be continually monitored the rate of warming that the green the nation is facing today 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 for blue eas to. well now there are plans to turn is rusting legacy of the past into a tourist attraction,
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a contrast to the regular guide, but green and to say the least. nick, loud al jazeera. it could take greenland. well, you can watch no clark, full planet as our special report from greenland. next on. i 2330 gmc on wednesday right here on al jazeera. it's also available on our website as always, al jazeera dot com. ah, hello again. the headlines on al jazeera, this, our, the un security council will hold an emergency meeting on north korea after young yang test fired a new ballistic missile from the submarine. north korean state media reporter that the miss hall was fired from the same submarine involved in an earlier test washington. so i'm.


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