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ah, ah, ah, are one who talk stories here in georgia 0. brazil's president has been accused of crimes against humanity by senators investigating his handling of the pandemic. half a 1000000 people have died, undeniable scenario leadership. the taliban says it needs international recognition to ease afghanistan's humanitarian crisis. representatives were speaking in moscow . often international conference with regional powers has been an attack on a u. s. outpost in southern syria. it struck a base in now town in homes, governor it one of the countries last rebel held territories. the un security council is holding an emergency meeting on north korea
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a day after it testified, a ballistic missile from a submarine. it's the 1st under water test launch in 2 years. the us south korea and japan have condemned it. analysts say the move could be aimed it fielding more quickly and operational miss our submarine. on diplomatic as to james base is live at united nations. james, where does the security council stand on these developments? well, it seems that we've been here so many times before. in fact, i've covered so many meetings on north korea here at the security council. and in many ways, if you look at the situation diplomatically, it's not moved on at all since 2019. you remember that was the year the president trump had a meeting with kim young own at hanoi. and then they had another meeting in the demilitarized zone between north and south korea. ah, and in the time since there's been no progress diplomatically at all, but there has been great military progress. north korea has been test testing
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a cruise missile. we now have the following of a missile from a submarine. it seems as you say, they did do that back in 2019 as well. but at that time, most experts believe that she didn't come from submarine. it was a submarine missile, but it was far from an underwater platform. so diplomats here believe that this is a violation of all security council resolutions and an escalation. and these were the comments from the u. s. ambassador. these are unlawful activities. they are in violation of multiple security council resolutions, and they are unacceptable. each new advancement of the dpr case, weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missile programs, destabilizes the region and threatens international peace and security. the united states calls on the dpr k to refrain from further provocations and engage in sustain and substantive dialogues. she also
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said that she believed that the sanctions that have been put in place against north korea are not working. and that north korea is managing to get round them, but i can tell you there's also a growing pressure on of the security council about those sanctions. there are many that would like to see those sanctions actually eased, including the un special rabble ter, on north korea who said that those sanctions are causing a real risk of starvation for the ordinary people in north korea. james base. thank you very much indeed. initiations to free 17 kidnapped members of a us based missionary group in haiti, or into the 4th day with a gang responsible, demanding a $1000000.00 for each person. a 16 americans and one canadian were taken while returning to 4 to prince. from an orphanage east of the capital on saturday. it's the latest and an increasingly violent wave of kidnappings. in haiti on group,
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we're in 80 with a group of are called christian aid ministries, an organization steeped in mission. we work in several dangerous areas. and as john hand and reports from berlin, why the church is based, the community is clinging to its faith and praying for the captains freedom. this is where the missionaries kidnapped in haiti were sent from its honest country, deeply conservative, strongly religious, steeped in centuries old traditions and profoundly forgiving even to the kidnappers, that we forgive them so much love and hearts towards that. and it is our prayer on their behalf that they would turn from their evil ways and that they would come to the god that we worship the god the one side and that they would receive forgiveness. but the evil things they've done and be changed. the missionary work is an integral part of that tradition. everything is about the work
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of the missionary because the god sent the god sin and accept this challenge this mission work. and there will go anywhere there will go anywhere to do that kind of work. bishop gerard mirabelle is a haitian american in a missionary who now lives in ohio. he is returned to haiti 13 times with his wife, jacqueline, who fears for the 17 people being held captive. it's got to be really devastating. special for the georgia. i'm sure they are really afraid they're no know what's going on. that sense is palpable on the streets outside christian aid ministries. i was country in ohio is one part 19th century farm. stay with people wearing the clothes they might have worn 200 years ago and travelling on a horse and buggy, but downtown it's more of an honor soon part with tourists coming by the hundreds to buy homage furniture and to sample their food with everyone. we've talked to
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hear from both communities, say they are praying for those missionaries, which is pray that they will come back safely. god, he has his hand in it, and it will be when he wants it to be. whatever happens, bishop rebel says he hopes the kidnapping. won't stop christian religious groups from sending missionaries to haiti. they used to said that hates. he was a little darkness and the shadow of death a lin are worth 12000000. so that have been bound by poverty, ignorance, and depression. but that is changing because of missionaries. that tradition is deeply ingrained in homage. country where change come slowly. john henderson, al jazeera berlin, ohio. and jerry's government has been accused of making hollow promises of reform. a year off to police, killed 12 people. i mean, crowns have gathered at our toll gate in lagos,
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that became the epicenter of last year's demonstrations that turned fatal progress to say the authorities open fire on crowds who were angry about police brutality, but that's been denied rights groups say, a judicial panel investigating abuses has been obstructed. investigation by amnesty international found the nigerian army and police responsible for killings last year . but not jared information minister rejected the claims i did re says more from a boucher the foster anniversary of the installer. protest is being marked by vigil drive throughs and meetings to assess what exactly took place, especially on the 20th of october. and licky, colgate in lake was why i said more than 12 people was killed, one police and made personal infant fire on peaceful demonstrators. licky told gave the police and the army both denied the allegations and so far investigation into the incident and several other violent incidents happened across nigeria to come to
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light. none of the commission of inquiry had submitted support detailing exactly what happened. now the government, on the spot said it has disbanded the rope police unit, the special enter aubrey support, which is accused of atrocities, including disappearances and extra judicial killings across the country. but in the 1st place necessitated the protest movement, of course, and i get under the hash tags and saws. now the government assisted that was conducted reforms, but active is denied that so far, nothing much has changed since those protest happened across nigeria. those protest, in fact, went out of post cradled out of control in many parts of nigeria. why we've seen looting, especially in private businesses, private residences. and of course the break in into various presence across the country. why dangerous criminals have been released. police have been put on alert ahead of the anniversary on the 20th of october,
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waiting to see whether these demonstrations will happen or will get out of control warning that that will take mrs. reaction to restore or to maintain law and order. cross nigeria for justice in sudan or calling for the dissolution of the transitional government. they've been holding a sit in front of the presidential palace in cartoon for days, angry that their demands from the 2018 revolution are being ignored. if a morgan reports from cartoon. so it was once the hardest place for protest is to access and voice their demands. but for the 5th day, people are holding a fits in front of to dance presidential palace in cartoon. they're demanding, the transitional government stepped down. both of them, you know, the allowed, i mean, i, so what i was in the revolution i was supposed to be represented in this government, but i don't see anything that represents me. a few potties took over the revolution and stole it. we want the military to dissolve the civilian government,
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let them remove the prime minister and all the committees that have been formed. oh, it has been much of it. the country is destroyed by. yeah, people are hungry students can't learn with doctors in the hospital. conked up the treatment. we demand the government leave free and fair elections be held on it, that the military dissolved the government and take over these almost the supporters of the national charter alliance, a dissident group from the forces of freedom and change coalition. that's the coalition that lead months of anti government protest in 2019 resulting in the military ousting of long time president on waddell bishop. but for a month the coalition has been divided. the national charter alliance says the forces of freedom and change has sight lines, many groups that took part in the revolution and it's demanded. the interim government be dissolved despite the fact. some of its leaders hold positions in it . some of those here are from dar for where the leaders of the national charter alliance have a base among those displaced by the regions war. others say they came because
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they're angry about the government's economic performance. the location of the fed them has risked questions about the role of the military and the transitional government. while the head of the sovereignty council out there for that hon has said his commitment to sedans, transition to democracy is silent about the student rights outside the presidential palace has been noticeable. and it's funds at the time when tension arising between the military and civilian leadership. and attempted school last month has further strained relations between the 2 sides inc. romance, the civilian leaders have accused supporters of the former government of being behind the fields called sympathy and thought that the soldiers around the palace have provided protection for the protested, leaving those opposing it to accused the military of being biased. it's also prompted rallies in other areas of one of whom, an of a thief. thousands of young people gathered in preparation for the 1st day, the anniversary of to dance 1st revolution in 1964. many said they reject the fits
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him and what it's called horn. it's like i don't see how it will be necessary to negotiate something so obvious. in a way it does feel like the right choice would be to have a civil government the early. so there is no place for a military room to dance. prime minister wants to hold talks with youth the political debate, while both sides have gone for their supporters who turn up with separate protest. the divisions now seem to move from meeting room to dance between people morgan on to 0 or 2 in is what teeny armed forces. if i tear gas at pro democracy, protest as injuring at least 80 people, demonstrations have been held in to cities with that to miss demanding an end to the last absolute monarchy in africa. king em swati. the 3rd has ruled us were teeny since 1986 and his wife criticized for living and lavish lifestyle in one of the world's poorest countries. the kingdom has shut down access to the internet.
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after images of the violence began circulating on social media, dozens of people are reportedly been killed and injured. since demonstrations began in june, germany says it won't close its border with poland as eastern europe faces what's been described as a man made migrant crisis. thousands of people have been crossing into the european union from better bruce over the port polish borders since august. it alleged people are being pushed towards the frontier in retaliation for european sanctions . on the banner russian government. germany has proposed joint patrols with potent to contain the number of people crossing. step, fasten is in berlin. she says the crisis has become a headache for europe. it was high on the agenda here at the cabinet meeting in berlin. the influx of migrants into germany, from others, now due to bellows, after poland and list wally. and now germany is also struggling to find an answer to it has been described as
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a man made michael crisis created by valuation leader alex on the look shanker book, a shank, i has been accused by european lead us as using michael and as a political weapon modern 4500 microns have arrived here in germany, mostly from iraq, syria, and most recently from turkey. germany has now offered to poland, have joined border patrols and increased checks at the border, and also one sanctions against airlines transporting migrants into bella roof. interestingly, at the press conference, interior minister, her se awful sad that the key to this problem lives in moscow. alexander lucas shank is c as a thought to j of russian president vladimir putin. this migrant crisis is increasingly becoming a headache for europe. on the one hand, your opinion, nations don't want to be seen as bo, into pressure to look at shanker, but also on the other hand, poland and lethal way. nivia have been accused of abusing the rise of migrant by pushing them back into battles or leaving them stranded in the forest. jailed
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kremlin critic alexander veneer has been awarded the european parliament's top human rights prize, a challenging vladimir putin, his grip on power veneer, serving a 2 and a half year sentence for parole violations charges. he describes as politically motivated and as it been recently designated as a terrorist in prison, the kremlin critic was poisoned in august 2020. i what believe to be a nerve agent? the use parliament named him the c as recipient of the $59000.00 sacker off prize for freedom of thought. on wednesday rushes president won't attend next month's major climate summit even though the kremlin has called climate change an important priority. let me put his rebuke to the cock 26 meeting and glasgow has been seen as a major blow coming after reports of china's president, and also weren't attend russia the world's 4th biggest emitter of greenhouse gases . the summit is aiming to find an international deal to reduce carbon emissions
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written, says russia will strive to be carbon neutral by 2060 and the government says he will join the summit. virtually the arctic is warming twice as fast as the rest of the world. and at a local level that's brought in profound changes for communities that exist along the edge of greenland ice cap. as nick clark reports from close hook, many are struggling to adapt to the social and cultural transformation. the climate change is bringing the village of color suckers, 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 dogs set out the end of summer. ega for the winter snows, humpbacks blow just one of the well species that feast in these rich seas. here to a degree, life still depends on the yield of the arctic waters, as it has done for thousands of years. uses at work still hunts and fishes for
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living. i hover 6 hawks, we brought to water. every time we kits 6, a fish, 6 hope 6 fish in return. but things are changing on multiple fronts. after millennia of subsistence living the new it's are in the middle of a social and cultural transformation as greenland seats his 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 tatiana 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 their ancestors would scarcely recognize mountain guide. matt spencer has lived among the new it in colors. look for 20 years working with tourists.
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you've come the adventure of the wild. he seen 1st hand how fast things have changed. i think the curse, the that the year and, and the rhythm of the seasons is so important to the people here in the sense that the ice forms in, in early winter breaks in, in early, early, june, usually. and then that's tied in with all the animals arriving the fish and seals 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 them anymore. and 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. replicated under the glass. yeah, absolutely. say anywhere the mouth is going on and that's a 3rd person this summer because as of the also for the role from the summit of the ice, gaffer over 3000 meters that melt happening in that water has to go somewhere here
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in the arctic. the old and the new and now side by side. the future for both in these changing times. it's hard to discern what is certain, is the wonder and the power of the natural world. and the real and present danger created by upsetting it's balance. net, clark, al jazeera, classic greenland, and you can watch net clarks full planet s o s special report from greenland at next on at 2330 g m t wednesday hearing out a 0. and it's also available on our website out there dot com for the 1st time in medical history, the kidney ever pig has successfully been transplanted to human. the procedure use the kidney of a pink whose genes had been altered, says tissue didn't have a molecule known to trigger rejection. it's a major advance that could eventually help get around. the shortage of human organs for transplant female patients immune system did not reject the transplant which
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functioned for 3 days. still to come out here to lancaster took their place in the t 20. it grows up to the 12 stage. ah. with
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with mm. pool. ah ah creatures here now with the sport. lauren: thank you so much. christiane. a rinaldo has scored the winning goal. has manchester united completed a $32.00 champions league come back whenever atlanta on wednesday be attending the city. our club dominated the 1st half in the 15th minutes,
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i took the liberty of croatian midfielder, mario pashai shall be away. fans certain into that li, double that just to put a half hour mark when mary, them at our foot, the board and the back of the net. any lighted last for the last 7 coming into this one. and the pressure was on manager are going to so shy, he's hot on teen talk seemed to spur he's players into action. marcus respirators, hold one backups to cherry mcguire. i was there at old trafford when elder returned to united with the most recent transfer window up to 12 years away and he proved these words once again, our school in winning gold 9 minutes to play with defending champions. chelsea, we're also on the winning side to london club. it's a victory in a group stage game against swedish club mel mode address. kristen terminated the open. busy it before, rama lu cocker was brought down in the box. so daniel, structured the penalty for a to know half time lead at stanford bridge. only 3,
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let's see. for the 2nd half i have it added to mel most misery. antonio, rudy go was then found in the tennessee area and virtual genius itself to put away . he's sick and for pickup. tonight's phone to chelsea, who are 3 points behind you've interesting group h german champions by munich. we're also on the right side of a full mil victory. however, for the 2020 champions league winners were kept at bay by been featured for 70 minutes. that's when the rosanna scored on the flood gates opened. 10 minutes later you then august, month men would go on to school. 3 goals in full minutes. and everton own go was followed by what feels like the obligatory robert levin dorothy go in a bind game these days. and then sunny 42nd of the evening to complete the route, not surprisingly by and talk groupie with 3 winnings from 3 day 5 time
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champions league when his barcelona are also in buying and been thinking group and they registered their 1st group stage. one of the things is competition. would you believe? bush, a one? no, when ever did a make here? hello camp. in this case, 45 minutes into the 4th of veteran defender gerad peak, a popped up slot home for ronald truman's t. v. for president gianni and santino has signaled he's willing to drop his divisive plan for a world cup every 2 years. and his benefits, everyone speaking at a meeting of the fee for counseling, zurich infant in a sense the plans would be discussed at a summit on the 20th of december. and he still hopes they will be in agreement is not about viva or am on the woke up this is about our children. this is about how we can make sure that we take our responsibility as leaders of football organizations seriously by looking into the future not by
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protecting the present, by looking into the future by making sure that our children and the children of our children will continue to fall in love with the game that we all love. we will go ahead only for every one is, is better off. and i believe that if every one is better off, whether it's with wall cups, every toilets, only man or only women, whether it's with something else, or if everyone is better off. i think that there is a chance to come to global consensus. i'm here tonight. i'm not here to divide it, it's not always easy to be president of fever in 15 o. also confirm that this season, the fee for club world cup will be hosted by the united arab emirates. the tournament was originally scheduled to take place in japan in december, however, the japanese withdrew because of because of 900 situation in the country. the
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traditional 7 club competition featuring the champions from each global configuration will now be played early in 2022. in the u, a, the very says he may retire from football, management of the leaving his role of new cars laid coach 2 weeks after the club was taken over by saudi arabian back to consort him. a club statement said that bruce, left by mutual consent, he had been in charge of 2019, but newcastle of struggling 2nd from bottom in the premier league after the defeat to talk them on sunday. that was bruce was 1000 match as a manager through lanka have beaten island of the t. 20 cricket woke up the book, the place in the 2nd round flank bat at 1st. and thanks for half a century from talk to miss dunker, and one in the us were able to post 171 to 70 and he should pick shauna into 3 weeks for the 2015. 20. we'll jump in that help for lincoln's dismissed the irish for just 11 and a 71 vicki earlier in the maybe
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a one their 1st match at a world cup they were up against the netherlands also may not be betting 1st. the dutch posted 164 before thanks to 17. from mexico down the namibian managed to reach the winning target with an over to space. david visa, hammering and i'm beaten. 66 from 40 ball. it's a previously represented south africa between 2013 and 2016. but those 2 thirds are trying to qualify for the next round of the super 12, india and australia qualified for that automatically and paid each other in a warm up match into by steve smith. 50 7 helped the of these post 152 for 5. but rabbit sharma had 16 as the indians made light work of the target. they won by 8 wickets in the play. they 1st mentioned the tournament against pakistan on sunday in dubai. that's what we'll leave it for now. lauren, it's back to you in london. thank you very much indeed. and that's it for me or intended for this news. i'll be back in a moment to another for run off the day's news. thanks very much. georgia, i ah
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ah, ah, ah, ah 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 even exposing the remnants of a cold war, paused greenland, the melting of the frozen north on al jazeera to know where the fires are and where they are going. greeks look to the skies in
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a worrying sign. helicopters have been getting closer to major towns and cities. this one is just a rough, didn't become much bigger than if you can see by the train tracks the fires, climbing up the hill just behind us on the ground. this is what the business of fighting fires looks like. holding back, the inevitability of mother nature's fury is dangerous and exhausting work would run to give whatever with the hope is the fire will stop when it runs out of fuel. but for the moment, the fuel is everything in sight. global food production is wasteful and straining our planet. but pioneers are adapting with new food sources. jellyfish is delicious with a very light sea food taste and texture seminar, calamari, and innovative production techniques. i've seen a vertical farm before, but never in a restaurant half to say this is great. earth rise feeding the billions honor
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jessina la la la la documentary. nice. i'm was guy on out there. ah, accused of crimes against humanity in his handling of the corona virus pandemic. a draft report says brazil's president is to blame for the deaths of thousands of people ah. under entails, his al jazeera, alive from london, was coming up an escalation of violence in syria.


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