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or in the well, i'll just say we're world shows how a community in senegal is dependent on the preservation of their natural resources . the screen takes the fight for climate justice to our digital community and up front. it's hard, demanding environmental accountability. the climate emergency a season of special coverage on al jazeera ah aware attack in this syrian capital roadside bombs, exploding near an army bus, killing at least 14 people. ah, play watching al jazeera alive from doe how with me, 40 black people also coming up where live in india, where rescue efforts are underway to save people stranded by land slice and flooding. north korea confirms tuesday's ballistic missile came from
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a submarine. u. s denounces a provocation that says it's open to talks. and a u. s. committee investigating the storming of the capitol backs contempt charges for one of former president donald trump's topics. ah, we begin with syria where state media say 2 roadside bombs that exploded near an army bust in the worst attack in the capital. in years. at least 14 people have been killed and several others are injured. authorities are calling it a terrorist attack. no groups claimed responsibility so far as bringing as in a hoarder who is in neighboring lebanon life from beirut, sienna, no claim of responsibility yet, but the syrian regime is likely to blame the opposition. what more do we know about what's happening right now? well,
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the authorities are calling this a terrorist attack. there has been no claim of responsibility this explosion in the heart of the syrian capital. clearly a security breach of bus carrying soldiers was targeted. so it was the military that was targeted. what we understand from stake media that there were 2 explosive devices that went off as the bus was passing, and according to them, there was a 3rd explosive device that did not go off and that they dismantled it. now it regime definitely has many enemies when they use the word terrorist, they mean the opposition. now of course, the armed opposition is among the group the, the regime enemies, but they are largely confined to the north of the country. also there is a iso which continues to operate in the center of, of syria and engage an ongoing clashes with the regime time and time again. and of course, there's also divisions within the security apparatus within the army within the regime itself. so we cannot rule out any of that. we can only speculate,
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but clearly the regime believes it is the opposition. just a few minutes after that explosion was reported. heavy, heavy artillery shelling targets at a town in our reef hut that's in the southern it live countryside. the province is under the control of the opposition. we believe at least 10 people were killed, many of them children on their way to school. so this is being seen as some form of retaliation on the part of the regime, even though that this area comes under regular to a regular fire despite the ceasefire that has been in place since last year. so the guns may have fallen silent and syria. the country remains divided along front lines, but still there is no peace. zayna hodge are in be boot. thank you very much. let's discuss this further. now with joseph there, who's an affiliate professor with the war time in post conflict in syria project at the european university institute is joining us via skype from geneva. very good to have you with us, joseph. so glass fin, damascus. we've, as we've said her,
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rare they've been ran this tenure conflict. what is an attack like this seen in the heart of the syrian capital signal, in your opinion? little, even though we still look information on the whole picture of the explosion, this shows again, once more that we are very far from any kind of stability within syria. and the regime is threatened by multiple actors. this type of, or is action is a trademark of the so called a stomach state, which i remind old do the end of the cell. declare got it in syria in early 2019 by the joint forces of the us. and as did not mean to end of that, you had this organization wish to pose the fritz and a security challenge, especially after the change of strategy of the stomach stage, which is largely focused on the site attacks and separate in areas military establishment targets in order to destabilize, just as we've seen this morning, a city is controlled by the regime. actually,
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the international coalition estimates the numbers of i, summit state fighters between 821-6000 in iraq and in syria. so even though, as i said, introduction, we're still very far, i mean, a clear picture this shows once again that we're very far from any form of 70 in syria where there are to clean minutes really or economically where they're in a conflict situation. i hopefully arthritis the say to the regime they have targeted on the vehicle in the past in the east. but today in retaliation is in a said that we have the government forces bombing ed, areas that are supposed to be covered by the sci fi, which is agreed with turkey and russia. what does it say about the government's commitment to the c fire? i mean, are they serious about negotiating a piece? no, we have to be clear about this is not the 1st time. and the same room in the sanders
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has not respected the buyer. what on the buzz off of that the rule has not respecting any kind of society and distribution has made very clear that wants to take back hook all very theories in syria and it live. and this region has been, it region has been bonded on a continuous on a continuous the specs for months they'd haven't been any kind of to see you again . so i'm not surprised and of the surprise when this is more in the continuation of any kind of disrespect of the regime against the fires and the budget thing again, once again civilians. and earlier this week of the opposition course and the syrian government agreed in geneva to start drafting new constitutional provisions. where does this all leave those negotiations? well, the negotiation of carrying a geneva and the position of community has been
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a way for. ready the you and the various international powers to show that there is a sofa negotiation ongoing. but the series you has made clear on many, many times that what's happened is in geneva stays in geneva, doesn't take into account. what is a fear in basic change? and you, especially regarding the constitutional committee. lashara said, made clear this about this, especially in that period, were the balance of forces it very much in favor of the machine. and the opposition is very weak. the military lead politically and you have a process of forms of normalization, especially between our up states. what we witness in the past few months. i regarding the direct line for the bernice ministry, dedication sent medical them and for the 1st time since the beginning of the conflict uprising, egyptian ministries meeting in the u. n. which there and ministry. so if you really
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have to balance is favor. thank you very much. for talking to us about this just by turning a phone from geneva. thank you for your time. thank you. meanwhile, syrian refugees who have returned home her face severe human rights abuses and persecution from the government. that's according to a report by human rights watch is spoke with syrian so returned from lebanon and jordan between 20172021. the organisation documented cases of arrest, torture, kidnappings, extrajudicial killings, and enforced disappearances. it says return ease of struggle to meet their basic needs. in other world news, more than a 100 people have died in widespread flooding and landslides in india and nepal, triggered by several days of heavy rainfall. the majority of deaths are in india where floods are affecting it's northern and southern states. rescue operations are underway to save those stranded flood waters have inundated from land and swept
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away bridges. live to al jazeera elizabeth bonham, whose in katia district. it's in one of the worst affected areas in careless state . before we talk about what's happening in carola, bring us up to speed 1st live with the situation in order a kind another state that's been effected the death toll there has been rising. calling the latest one second is that another 7 kingdom, lance lives overnight on tuesday. and that happens in the district on the modem which and normally the district of non cape remain lea cutoff by the landslide, which a lot voids at least $46.00 people have lost them. over the past 2 days, 11 am missing 300, have been rescued. thousands have been evacuated. now, most of those who have died in the district of maine on which for cloudburst. these are what it is, 5 o 2 intense surges of brain. and this is also happening in
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tomorrow. region. one is in the region tomorrow, which on monday, recorded its highest rainfall daily, eventful since beckles began a 124 years ago. now police are saying that the rainfall has subsided, but that they're still not able to clear the void. that means this is in the himalayan region. the terrain is extremely difficult. and palmer also borders napalm where again flood the man's life is heavy. there has at least 2 people over 45 in the same and authority for the may posley that they are in many part of the country. and they are still finding the darker and more rain is predicted in carol. away you are and is what sort of preparations are local authorities making to keep people out of harm's way.
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that's right, we return to what day and which is one of the worst effect of districts and on entity in canada by the flooding over the past. we will be here on monday and 2 days later, despite the respite from the vein of the past 2 days, much of this village critical it is still covered in mud. people are still trying to clean up to clean up their homes, the homes, which is still standing because most of the homes along the river have been reduced to rubble. what the government is doing because of that heavy rain that's predict from nature on wednesday, is it's been bring leasing culture from some of its dams, including the educate and the state's largest reservoir, $100000.00 beaches, which as being released every 2nd. because many of these dams and filled to capacity for the children to rain and they don't know what people living along the petty ever and its tributaries on high alert and increase the number of shelters because they are expecting that they will be more of accusations if there is more
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heavy rain. thank you very much for that updates elizabeth brown. i'm reporting their live from careless state in india. in afghanistan to taliban fighters have been injured in kabul after their vehicle was hit by a grenade. it happened a demo, zang square during rush hour. the attack comes as a delegation from the taliban head to moscow for talks with regional powers. charlotte velez is our correspondent in kabul. charlotte, the security situation in the afghan capital cilla, very fragile one. what can we expect from this meeting in moscow to day between the taliban and regional powers or the telephone. so this is the 5th year in a row that they've actually gone to moscow for talks. but of course, this year is markedly different because this year they are actually in power. now russia says that they want to hold these talks because they want to come up with a collaborative regional kind of strategy to help as the situation in afghanistan worsens. and economic situation is, di, humanitarian situation is dire,
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winter is coming. so they want to come up with kind of a collaborative response with the region to help the afghan people. they're also worried about the security threat menoisis display of iso, which has conducted 3 quite large bombings since the taliban took over about 2 months ago or so. russia has invited china that invited iran, india pakistan that even expanded invitations to central asian countries to partake in this meeting, which starts to day. however, noticeably the u. s. will not be there. and traditionally, they do actually take part in this type of format, u. s. special representatives. oh my he lives at. he stepped down yesterday. he's been replaced by new in boy known as thomas west. but the state department didn't offer much of an explanation as to why they wouldn't be involved in these talks in russia. they just said, court were not in a position to take part this week. now russia, china and pakistan did actually meet before this. before these talks they made yesterday to talk with the taliban about providing more
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a they had been providing aid since the taliban took over, but they promised to continue doing that. russia, however, did explicitly say that these 2 in these talks, they will not be offering any kind of legitimacy or recognition of the taliban as a government. and that really is what the taliban is looking for. they really want legitimacy and these kind of diplomatic engagements, not in just under an hour, we are expecting the russian foreign minister, so gay leverage to speak. he will give opening remarks, which will be swartz underway. thank you for that will carry those remarks live here on al jazeera shannon ellis lived there in campbell, and still ahead on the program. reports prevails, president could read face criminal charges over his handling of the corona virus that make concerns about a rise in children filling the ranks of armed gold in booking. ah,
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i there your world whether update begins in europe and the surge of warm air has now made it into scandinavia and the baltic states, but a pretty good run of rain. that's the cost that comes at rain and wind. and we see some heavier pockets of rain over estonia, pushing into western russia rainfalls in across the low country's western areas of france. and at times we will see some heavy burst of rain here. up until now was the best weather on the continent. and okay, it's still pretty much is for spain, seville at $31.00 degrees, but toward the northwest of spain, northern and central areas of portugal. we do have a run of rain and this could disrupt some travel when you consider about 15 millimeters of rain in an hour over the central and southern parts of europe. we've got some clouds drifting in and out in belgrade at 22 degrees. it's actually pretty good above average for where you should be the sand the year. but some rain will kick down your temperature on friday to 900 degrees. you know,
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a turkey we were dealing with some driving rain toward the northeast black sea region. it's still there on wednesday, but we will see it dow back a bit as we get throughout the day on wednesday. lot of sand and dust being spin around through chad, new jerry as we had toward libya, and also algeria on wednesday and storms across the gulf of guinea. ah, in the country with an abundance of resources to rhode island. walk indonesia whose terms former we moved pool to grow and froth. we balance for green economy, blue economy, and the digital economy. with the new job creation law, indonesia is progressively ensure the policy reform to create quality jobs. invest, let be part, wind loses growth and progress. inverse indonesia. now,
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lou ah ah, welcome back. a recap of the top stories on al jazeera, at least 14 people have been killed in an explosion in serious capital. it's the worst attack in damascus in years to roadside bombs went off near an army boss. while another one was found me a by more than 80 people have died during days of finding, affecting india's northern and southern states close in the sage of which are a kind are working to save stranded people. and in afghanistan to taliban fighters have been injured in cobbled after their vehicle, was hit by a grenade. it happened at dameon square. the attack comes as a taliban delegation head to moscow for talks with regional powers. and the un
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security council is set to hold an emergency meeting on north korea day after pyongyang testified, a ballistic missile from a submarine. it's the 1st under water test launch in 2 years. washington, sol and tokyo have condemned the latest launch. these launches violate multiple un security council resolutions and our threat to the region. we call an anti p r k, to refrain from further provocations and engage and said, stand and substantive dialogue and our commitment to the defense of the republic of korea. and japan remains ironclad. these launches also underscore uh, the urgent need for dialogue and diplomacy are offer remains to meet anywhere any time. without preconditions a volcano on japan's main southern island of crucial has erupted spewing ash more than 3 and a half kilometers into the sky. round a, so started erupting early on wednesday morning. there be no immediate reports of
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casualties or major damage. now, a mutation of the covey 19 delta variant is being closely monitored in the u. k. is genetic sequence has been detected in a growing number of new infections, but as yet there's no evidence to suggest it spreads more easily than the original delta which is already highly contagious. u. k. infection rates have been growing despite strong vaccination numbers. in brazil, the senators have met discussing a report which will apparently recommend that president able to narrow face. criminal charges is understood both nar will be accused of bungling the coven, 19 response, and pushing brazil's death told to the well 2nd highs. when again, i can't 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 iconic, got back up on a beach when brazil reached the tragic milestone of 600000 deaths by po vid 19 the
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world's 2nd largest. the handkerchiefs were then carried in a box to the capital brazilian by taxi driver ma sudle nasty mail to whose son died more than a year ago. and he spoke on behalf of thousands of resilience, who lost their loved ones and blamed the government for their suffering, specially president j april. so model who denied the severity of the pandemic, scoffed at social distancing measures and delayed the vaccination campaign. it was marge, me to see him. bridge you did to school. i think we deserve an apology from the highest authority in the country. them out. this is not about politics. it's not about belonging to one party or another. we're talking about people's lives. if police go so do fuck tube scheduled, muslim fallen view bush risha, he's not alone. lucky vo. my nurse might a bdc that was working in my now's brazil's gateway to the amazon rain forest. when
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the city ran out of oxygen, her brother and sister died leaving 4 children in her care. people there young a bit of common sense in humanity on the part of those he'd govern us could have helped avoid such tragedy in the amazon student. javan, that gomez mean gish spoke on behalf of brazil's 120000 cove at 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, but many do not. giovanna said that government she claimed should be financially responsible for them from also. the result of the 6 month parliamentary inquiry of the government's handling of the pandemic will be at $1200.00 paid for port asking for the indictment of at least 70 people. among them. president shy bo sonata and his sons, man in brazil believe it will have no impact because of the locker room. this investigation
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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 he says, the probe has already produced a change and stuff aren't local mr. ball i'm italian care or put us before the pro began president valuable sonata was the only person who had to say in brazil, he acted in the worst possible way, and there was no response. no g m, the senate was the 1st institution that reacted to the atrocities he committed and investigated his crimes and tore a surprise, re unveiled corruption scandals involving the acquisition of vaccines. but from you, the investigation has already taken a toll on ball sonatas, popularity, more than half of brazilians reject his government. monica,
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and i give all j 0 a u. s. congressional committee investigating january's a hold on capitol hill has voted unanimously to approve a contempt charge against the van. and he was a long time aid to former president donald trump. the committee says it was shocking ban and refused to comply with subpoenas seeking documents and testimony. space the way for a full vote. 5 a house of representatives later this week. and that could lead to a criminal case out there is probably call, hey, inexpensive, old, and what comes next? the, how did the committee basically send the message tuesday van and stay in 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 basically, and i'm going to quote him all hell going to break loose in washington tomorrow. i
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said it's not going to be anything 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 sort of documents and he said, no, he said, i'm citing executive privilege just 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. busy on these documents so bad and said he wouldn't do this is all lawyer asked for a delay. the committee basically just said no, no delay the unanimous decision 9 to 0 to send it on to the full house. right. schools say that number of minor is recruited by arms groups in volcano facile has
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risen at least 5 times this year. and among the 1000000 people displaced most our children. nicholas hark reports from wagner to lou on the outskirts of beginner fences capital worker do who are the few remaining residents of the village of town? by in the north, huddled together still in shock. after an attack by the ice l affiliate the slamming state in the greater sahara, the men and boys of the village are gone. either killed or missing. one is baba still alive, asks our deco. she misses her father. her family had been warned. the only man in the village to know how to read and write into simple mouth i was, father knew too much. this made the fighters uncomfortable and suspicious of him. so they took him away and killed the rest of the family. i was survived because of help from her neighbors. she was brought to the capital. this is her home for now. but for how long she wonders in that. oh,
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i don't go to school here. i sweep i bring water. i clean. that's all i do. this is become my life routine offenses army is overwhelmed by the increasing number of attacks by the arm groups linked to isolate in the case that the government has called on its citizens to take up arms. the u. s. based on conflict locations and event down, our projects recorded a 650 percent increase in civilian deaths last year. according to the u. n. 1.3000000 people in brooklyn, foster have been displaced because of the fighting between arm groups and government forces. most our children government schools are systematically burned down. teachers are killed according to children's rights cruise, the slimy state and the greater so her, i want to see children not holding a pen and in school, but rather holding a gun, fighting for their cause. each year old,
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his father was killed after he refused to hand over his child to arm groups. he was spared, but not the other address whispered to i saw them slip the throats of my friends. is it? yes, that is an orphan children arm good. the potential fighters, the government says children armed with guns and machetes, age between 12 and 15, killed a 160 people in the village of poland in june. it is a real talent and conflict that the children are that they're trying to recruit children. and one of the biggest things that we can do, or one of the most important things we can do to try to protect them is to offer them proper education. because if it's something that will keep them protected and have them being able to focus on something else, the conflict in burkina faso has left young our scared and looking for answers. questions only her father has answers to nicholas hawk alger 0. what do
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turkeys badly? europe's highest inflation rate above 19 percent. the turkish lira has lost nearly 60 percent of its value against the dollar in the past 3 years and has seen him go silver reports. people are struggling to make ends meets nova, there's a i love is your money, but tomato is an essential ingredient in most turkish casino and it's now selling at a record price arise of 70 percent, and only one year. and in this traditional farmer's market in the middle class district of boucher lived are in a stumble. shoppers are feeling the pinch bought off. oh, it's expensive in the supermarkets too. but ben shall stay the same carrier. some people here blame the government for lacking effective economic policies. others say traits, men and the wholesalers are taking advantage. done, you know, conscious left in their hearts. they want to earn easy money. folk didn't talk and this man says his paying 40 percent more for floor than he did 3 months ago. and as
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his customers incomes don't change, he can't raise the prize. so the portions of turkish fellow, though his self now weight, 110 grams instead of the standard 150 grams at more than 1900 per cent. turkey has the highest inflation rate in europe and 10 highest in the world for many turkey. if the thing is in, suppose are food for winter and they buy supplies in farmers market like this one. but this year the prices are entering into the valuation or the turkish currency seen as a major driver for this high inflation. the lira has the 6 per santo, it's valley in the last 3 years and 23 percent this year alone. but critics say, despite that presenters a pipe, ardon has taken an unconventional approach and prioritize cutting interest rates and each reduction maximilian right down even further to the cooling system. the
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government doesn't prefer a high exchange rate for the names to stimulate the economy and give easy access for finance to increase exports, unemployment by pushing for lower interest rates. some analysts and turkey believe our dawns primary concern is political to prevent his water base from eroding and said to me, they say, is used as smooth diplomatic follow, such as when turkish authorities arrested and convicted american pasture, andrew branson on terror charges, and later, really him that, you know, so after the diplomatic crisis in 2018, the government was forced to increase the interest rate to stop delirious fall than with a new central bank governor. they had premature rate cuts, which cause a credit balloon and inflation on the level of risk invest. this face interest is about 3 times higher than that of its closest countries, according to some financial agencies. and that's led to many pulling out significantly limiting the inflow of foreign cash. many experts predict.


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