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to travel to sol for talks with japanese and south korean officials. later this week, intelligence chiefs from the 3 countries met on tuesday, china north korea's closest ally and trading partner has called for all parties to exercise restraint. but it stopped short condemning the test bay during has been accused of hindering you and report to plugins response to the sanctions. in early october, north korea reopened communications which sol for the 1st time in months when diane is pushing to formally end, the korean war, which has technically been going on since the 19 fifties and act he hopes will help bring pyongyang back to the negotiating table. katrina you out a 0 be doing hostile ahead here on out is here. last child has concerns about arise and the number of young people, 20 armed groups in the kinshasa plus i'm to clar reporting for the east coast to greenland were underneath the glass. if you can see evidence of extraordinary yeah,
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of ice and a moment to forget this goalkeeper and the asian champions lee thought did it cost his team a place in the final plan that actually ah hello, good to see. here's your weather update in a minute. 15, we're beginning in the middle east where some of its energy through the caspian sea . i think it will seep into tater on, and we'll see some showers on thursday with a high of 90 degrees. we've got a wind coming down from iraq through the gulf states. so. so how 35 degrees on thursday, but i think we'll see wind gusts here of about 55 kilometers per hour in places like doha, next stop pakistan still looking good. plenty of sunshine to go round karachi, 36 degrees, islam about 33 butts. prepare for it. your temperatures are gonna fall in the days
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to come. wendy conditions on saturdays, thunderstorms may be on sunday, and there we go. only 25 on monday. so below average here, we have been dealing with some heavy rain around turkeys, northeastern black sea region, but that's gone on thursday and really right across the country. we've got full on sunshine tropics of africa, not the case. plenty of storms, democratic republic of congo as we headed toward cameroon, in southern sections of nigeria. legos has a high of 31 degrees. further toward the south. we've got said twice, 3 degrees in port elizabeth, but look at all this rain come down from angola, namibia, botswana, into the western portion of south africa, capetown, a high of 22 degrees. ah, the world is warming, and green lens ice sheet is melting, which is changing everything from sea levels to the way people live. and now
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a hello there, you're watching al jazeera. that's remind you about top stories here. the salad. a brazilian senate committee, has recommended the president diable center. i be charged with crimes against humanity is handling of the coven. 19 pandemic. it's accusing boston or of pushing brazil's death toll to the world's 2nd highest. least 14 people have been killed in an explosion in the syrian capital. it's the worst attack in damascus. yes, 2 bombs went off and an on the taliban says that me international recognition to ease afghanistan's humanitarian problems and insisted it will address ongoing security problems. pop representatives were speaking there in moscow after an international conference with regional powers. well let's now bring in charlotte
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bellas. she's across all of this from the afghan capital cobble at charlotte, the afghan taliban quest. her international legitimacy clearly is continuing. did they make some headway here? hi, it's hard to tell at this point. i mean the taliban of just how to press conference now and a lot of it was focused on money. really. they say that they want the us at to release their reserve bank funds. the u. s. holding 9000000000 of afghan reserve bank funds at the moment, they say they really need that money for reconstruction. they said the old countries of 10 countries that were participating and the talks in moscow are all on the same page when it comes to the need for a di, humanitarian situation here in afghanistan, economic crisis. and they really relying on the region and herb and global global powers to support them and, and provide them some type of humanitarian aid. they see that the countries there today said that they were supporting the taliban and the taliban so that they were
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appreciative of that. as the talks ended, one of the big if you wanna say, call to action, was that they decided that they wanted to ask the you when to convene a door in a conference to again help with aid. and they all said that they would individually contribute money to support afghans when it's, when it's such a difficult time here. the taliban also under pressure to control quote, terrorism. they are the russians particularly concerned about i so, and the telephone's ability to keep iceland chicken the and an issue that they don't stage any attacks on, on neighbors and, and the broader region. and of course i still has stage 3 major attacks since the taliban took controls to television, trying to reassure countries in moscow to day that they could in fact do that. and the last element was this legitimacy, the taliban want to be recognized was as an official government here, still countries north and not coming forward and, and giving them that title saying that these russia said that they won't said the
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taliban to create a, an inclusive government before they're going to recognize them and the taliban pushing back saying, well, we believe lisa acton, government isn't use of so some just caught on that front. but on the whole, as these talks concluded today, everyone on the same page in terms of the difficult situation that afghanistan is in and the need for support when it comes to age regionally. if not globally, charlotte bellis there live for us in cobble across that for us. thanks so much on on are moving on and a haitian gang is demanding $17000000.00 for the release of 16 americans and one canadian who abducted near porter prints on saturday. the instability in haiti has been getting worse since july, when present over an hour more years was assassinated there in august, you recall a powerful earthquake also killed more than 2200 people and also ended 12000 more facing poverty and a humanitarian crisis. thousands of patients have been fleeing to the united states,
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but washington has aggressively sent the majority of them back and on, hey, she's st said. meanwhile, criminal gangs appeared to be filling. the penis will vacuum that recent estimates . now say they control about half of the country. let's now speak to manuel palo. he is in puerto prince for us at manuel. so i believe the f b i is now involved to do. we have a sense of how these negotiations. again that's right, u. s. federal agents continue to work in close collaboration with local authorities . here in puerto prince, there is no update. as far as where that ransom goes, we know that the gang $400.00 mo, also has asked for $17000000.00 in exchange for these 17 hostages. though it is worth repeating that it is the policy of the u. s. government not to pay ransoms in hostage situations. so it is a very delicate situation. is very a difficult situation for negotiators that are working on the release of these 17
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hostages, 16 of whom are american missionaries and their families in one and one canadian. the u. s. government is also acknowledged at the worsening security situation here in port a prince and in the rest of haiti is a major obstacle in, in these efforts to free the missing mercenaries with the missing missionaries. a my apologies. we should also note that since july of this year, the assassination of president aj of now boys followed in august by that devastating earthquake has sent crime, just skyrocketing kidnappings, extortion or all of us are all very much out of control of police or overwhelmed. they are under resource, in many cases they, they are corrupt. so what we're hearing from people attitudes that suggests that there's a lot of tension, a very charged atmosphere. people are calling for the release of these, kidnapped missionaries. they're also saying that while the international headlines have been focusing on the fact that these 17 individuals that that were kidnapped, most of them americans is sort of got the eyes of the world on the situation. here
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in haiti, many people are hoping that the case of these kinda kidnapped people will sort of force the hand of authorities to finally do more to get the security situation here in the country under control manual hello there with all the nicest for us, from pushing prints, thanks so much, nanny, but let's now bring in alexandria phillip private. she is a senior staff attorney with the institute for justice and democracy in haiti. she joins us now from washington, dc. alexander, i want to take a broader here beyond this specific can nothing, as manny was alluding to that there have been something like more than $600.00 can nothings, i believe in the 1st 3 quarters of this year alone. most of them have been haitians . there, is there any hope for accountability? what can people there be doing great to be here and thanks so much for that. great question. i think it as incredibly important to look at the broader context for what's happening in cd since the violence really proceeds not just the kidnapping, but also the fascination of president luis. for example, there was
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a way of the civilian massacres in early june, in the neighborhood of marcus, on which resulted in over 90000 people being displaced. but the estimating the 1500000 were directly affected. just a question of what can be done. patients have been demanding that the government respond to the insecurity. there was actually a national shutdown on monday and tuesday of the week that had been called for even before the worst people really demanding that the government stepped in and adjust the insecurity. i think it's a major question mark of whether the government does, people are willing to do so. gangs of really have gotten out of control. and now as the reference control about 50 percent of premises, like some estimates. for example, the gain involved in the specific kinetic for 100 mos though is even starting to post taxes in the neighborhood that case. alexandra,
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you mention the willing and able, sorry, from the governance in terms of actually being able to take action of given the assassination of presently is in the vacuum of power. we've been seeing and government the in fighting that's ongoing. are there actually the resources, or even the level of authority needed to even try to get a handle of the situation? i think it's a really hard question to answer is police. there's reporting increasingly that it's gonna be demoralized. there are many allegations of corruption. we've certainly observed police violence, suppress, peaceful protest, and there are widespread allegations, even though some police involvement in gay massacre against civilians. for example, jimmy sure is a really notorious gang leader at this point. started out and squeeze and still has faced no accountability for his involvement in the last massacres or leadership of the g. 9 games. and to sort of bring that into your broader questions from earlier
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of any hopes for accountability of what recourse patients have. the justice system isn't complete disarray as well, and that's the result of some actual active interference by the government in the just the sector to prevent accountability for things. the government has been complicit in and you saw for example, the investigating judge for the fascination of one for your duvall was fascinated about a year ago. also, just within blocks of the presidential mansion resigning a couple months ago, saying that the justice system was just not capable of delivering meaningful justice. and you're seeing likewise investigation into the movie submission being consistently impacted and not productive. alexander, given the disillusionment around that we've been seeing will say these protests for more action, but i'm curious as to what kind of action you think is actually possible. i mean, international intervention doesn't have
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a particularly good record and have either no, that's exactly right. and what you're seeing is something really calling for a live solution. there is a commission for a haitian search to solution to a crisis which has been sort of formally meeting since it's early in january of the year. so long for data and even the money's the fascination and they put forward an accord in august 30th. it was made public and has been signed by over $600.00 signatories from a broad range of actors within the civil society from among political groups, feminist groups, religious groups, unions, farm workers, etc. and really from a pretty broad geographic range as well. and that calls for a haitian lead transition that really tries to address some of the structural driver, the stability like a drastic some of the corruption and some of the institutional challenges. but i've created this systematic instability and insecurity. and the
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problem is, as look, see from the resignation of daniel or special, i'm going to haiti earlier this month. he really called out the united states, but i think his magazines can be leveled as much of the rest of the international community who do, for example, being a which as the us political mission to haiti. he's really sad that he's absorbed patients calling for a lot, a man observed the united states. really putting that stock on the scale of favor. for example, the court on re put together a week after the ford that i mentioned was put forward clearly mentioning the court at all, clearly many, many questions ahead. both stations on the international community that alexander phillips from the institute for justice and democracy in haiti. thanks so much for sharing your thoughts and expertise with us out there out of contract. thank you. and i'm moving on and rights group say the number of minors recruited by all groups
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and became a faster, has risen at least 5 times this year. and among the 1000000 people displaced most children, nicholas hack ripples on the outskirts of became fossil capital was due, or the few remaining residents of the village of town by the north albany huddled together still in shock. after an attack by the isolate affiliate the slavic state in the greater sahara, the men and boys of the village are gone. either killed or missing is baba, still alive, asks our dicko. 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.
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but for how long she wonders in it to make them another. oh, i don't go to school here. i sweep i bring water. i claim. that's all i do. this is become my life repeated fonts. his army is overwhelmed by the increasing number of attacks by arm groups linked to isolate. in al qaeda, the government has called on its citizens to take up arms. the u. s. based on conflict locations and event data projects recorded 8650 percent increase in civilian deaths last year. according to the u. n. 1.3000000 people in brooklyn of 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 groups, the slimy state and the greater sahara wants to see children not holding a pendant in school, but rather holding a gun fighting for their cause. future old english,
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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 others dresser whispers to me. i saw them slip the throats of my friends. is cynthia, an orphaned children, arm group seat potential fighters. the government says children armed with guns and machetes, age between 12 and 15, killed a 160 people in the village of salon in june. it is a real talent in conflict that that's children are, that they are trying to recruit children under. 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. cuz that is, is something that will keep them protected and how have them are being able to focus on something else that the conflict in burkina faso has left to young. i was scared and looking for answers, questions only her father has answers to nicholas hawk al jazeera. why do good?
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now the arctic is wanting twice as fast as the rest of the wild and out for profound changes in greenland. net, clark, gwinnett incentives, the tripled the village of coolness hook is remotes wild and still in touch with the old ways. just 200 people live here even so it's one of the larger communities on the thinly populated, east coast of greenland sled dog set out the end of summer. eager for the winter snows, humpbacks blow just one of the whale species that feast in these rich scenes. here to a degree life still depends on the yield of the arctic waters. as it has done for thousands of years. eustace at work still hunts and fishes for living. i hover 6 hope we brought to water in return. we kitch 6. the fish, 6 hope 6 this reason. but things are changing on multiple fronts. after
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millennia of subsistence living the annuity in the middle of a social and cultural transformation as greenland seeks its place, the wide world and it's happening at precisely the moment. climate change is appending the environment. these empty houses tell a story of a population that's pretty much half in 20 years or so. and those that have gone have either moved to the nearest town of tasha here on the east coast or even further afield to the capital nook. on the other side of greenland and for those that remain while they live in this warming world of ours. and it's a world that that ancestors which scarcely recognize mountain guide. matt spencer has lived among the new it in color took for 20 years, ever working with tourists. you've come for the adventure of the wild. he seen 1st hand how fast things have changed. i think the cursed the that the year and, and the rhythm of the seasons is so important to the people here in the sense that
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the ice forms and in early winter breaks in an early, early, june, usually. and then that's tied in with all the animals arriving near the fish and sales in the whales. when all those patterns become kind of messed up. and, and i sent you that, that is the case with people that don't recognize the name of. and yet i think the realtor is, is huge challenge for people's way of life. everything is on an epic scale here with 30 meters under the glass here that was replicated under the whole the glass. yeah, absolutely. say anywhere the mouth is going on, and that's a particular person the some of us, as of, as the oss after leaving from the summit of the ice, gaffer, over 3000 meters that, that melt happening in that water has to go somewhere here in the arctic the old and the new and now side by side. the future for both in these changing times is hard to discern what is certain, is the wonder and the power of the natural world. and the real and present danger
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created by upsetting its balance. nick clark al jazeera cooler, shook greenland. as it is now, tanner's thought in his piece of mythology. thank you so much. steve. bruce has left his role as newcastle head coach 2 weeks after the club was taken over by a saudi arabian bat consortium. a club statement said that bruce, left by mutual consent, he had been in charge since 2019, but newcastle of struggling 2nd from bottom in the premier league off to their defeat to taught them on sunday. that was, he's 1000 match as a manager. agent champions, league holders all st. hyundai are out of the competition of to losing their semi final against fellow south korean side po, hang steers. how hang. we're looking to make it to the final for the 1st time since they won it in 2009. but it was on sam who took the lead in the 2nd half after a mistake from opposition keeper leave. john wilson then had their captain, st. off for a 2 footed challenge,
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they held out until the 89th minutes when alex grant headed in the po hangs equalizer extra time, could not separate the teams and was po hang, skipper kang sang. woo! who scored the decisive spot kick as a side one at 54 on penalties. po hang will face all hello for the trophy after they beat fellow saudi team. i'll massive to one in riyadh. on the 3rd, had a man sent off before selim older saudi. one it with a deflected shot al hell into the final for the 3rd time in 5 years. the new n b a season is up and running with the milwaukee bucks, starting the defense of their title. with the wind over the brooklyn nets head of the game, the bucks were presented with their 2021 championship brings to commemorate their 1st title in 50 years. each ring has more than 400 diamonds reigning finals, m. v p yana center compo picked up where he left off, leading the way for the box with 32 points, and 14 rebounds, heaven to rental,
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to contribute of 32 points for the nets. but was the bucks who ran out convincing winners? 127104. despite 34 points from le bron james, the la lakers lost their season opener against the golden state warriors. steph curry wasn't at his best for the warriors, but still manage 21.10 rebounds and 10 assists. otherwise known, the triple double. the warriors trailed by 10 points with 9 and a half minutes to play, but helped by debutante pneumonia. be yelling, sir, they came back to when 121114. the n b a season has just begun, but major league baseball is well into the post season. the houston astros have squared things up against the boston red sox in the american lead series. jose, all to re haiti's home, run their fenway park as they went on to in line to its space of 7 and things and are locked a to, to the wind guarantees of least one more game back in houston for the astros the la
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dodgers are back in contention, in the national league series that looked like they might go 3 down against the atlanta braves or cody bellenger's home run, turn things around and they went on to win the game. 65, atlanta still lead to one over. although china has let the olympic flame in beijing ahead of the winter games in 2022. the ceremonial torch arrived from athens on wednesday as activists around the world call for a boycott of china's human rights record. starts in february when beijing will become the 1st city to host both the summer and winter games. there'll be no overseas fans because of the pandemic. the australian government has confirmed that all tennis players including low back jock, which will need to be fully vaccinated against cove at 19 if they want to compete at the australian open. in january, jock ventures the defending 9 time champion in melbourne, that has repeatedly refused to declare his vaccine status. the will number one is not sure if you'll play, but if he does, you'll have the chance to surpass roger phaedra andrew. i found the doll in
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reaching 21 grand slam titles. australia government says the rules are clear. the government noon establishing its boarders has said that you will need to be double vaccinated to visit us. try live, it's a universal application, not, not just the tennis place. i mean that's every visitor was trailer will need to be double vaccinated. well, i don't have a message back, i have a message to everybody that wishes to visit us, trailing you need to be x and our rules are very clear. they apply to everyone without the or 5. it doesn't matter whether you are number one in the world or your anything else. rules are about protecting a straight 3 lanka, 171 for 7 batting 1st against the island of the t 20 cricket world cup. early in the maybe a one day 1st match at a world camp ever. on wednesday, they were up against the netherlands in abu dhabi bedding 1st. the dutch posted 164 for 4. thanks to 70 for max o'dowd the namibian. manage to reach the winning target
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with an over to spare david visser hammering and i'm beaten. 66 from 40 balls is previously represented south africa between 201316 and those he saw the trying to qualify for the next round, known as the super 12, india and australia. qualified for that automatically. they played each other in a warm up match and do by earlier. see smith 57. help the all of these post 152 for 5. but the rabbit sharma hit 60 is the indians made light work of the target. they one by 8 way gets in the play there 1st matching the tournament against pakistan on sunday in dubai. meanwhile, india as captain vega coley has been unveiled in dubai as a wax figure at the new med empty souls a life like next to him. he's a model of another indian cricket legend such intend duka as it alongside 60 sculptures of other stars, including leon, mfc, and formula one champion new hamilton. okay, will either be for now most sports needs again a little bit later on the stars. yeah. well, thanks. so much present. wow,
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