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aah al jazeera with right down to the pit, ah, thousands join rival protests in sudan as tensions rise over its political direction. ah, hello, i'm emily. ang, when this is al jazeera live from doha, also coming up celebrations in india, as it administers 1000000000 clothing. 19 vaccines. there are concerns. many countries are being left behind, promises of better security in afghanistan after iso taxed to sham mosques and just
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to wakes. but the minority worship is tell us no way feel safe and on the clot reporting from the southern to the agreement where she follows all protesting against plans to mind rarer minerals in the surrounding mountains. ah, thousands of people are taking part in rival demonstrations in sedans. capital and around the country to mock the anniversary of its 1st revolution. both sides were part of the civilian uprising that led to the ousting of our mar alba. she in 2019 . but they disagree in the countries future. nearby hospitals have been put on standby, and the attorney general has sent people out to monitor the demonstrations. hipaa morgan is live for us in costume. hallo. they. he bought another day of protest. there. things have escalated though in the last hour. what can you tell us?
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hey, well, they'll call fo processes to gather to shows up. what for civilian rule is not just here in the capital, 50 of how to, how to film was divided out. assume as a state is divided rather into 3 cities. you have a lot of tomb sensor where we are right now and then you have them do an alignment of some noise. now the destination processes from pseudo man went to go to the legislative assembly and that's where they have been for the past few hours. but we've been speaking to people there who told us that police fight here guys asked at protested to prevent them from continuing with that protest in front of the legislative assembly. let's not forget that the legislative assembly doesn't have people invited right now. that's one of the reasons why people up to speed today. they said that they want the forces are free to maintain school and listen to present the military. to continue with the revolution that started in december 2018 . and to form a legislative council that will hold this government to account and make sure that the agreement that was signed between the military and the civilians. in august 1919 following,
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the overthrow of law president dominant this year is implemented. so people here say that they want to show support for the 1000000000 rule and not what the forces of freedom we change a whole mission of political party. it. they said that when they took to the streets in december 2018, they did not want all, but it was a military officer himself to be in power. neither did they want anybody from his military institution, the why the reason why they're out and to speak today is to make sure that they made the force of the freedom to and change know that they have support, not because of the political parties that make up the coalition, but because they want to fill the emb rule and they want the transition to democracy to be completed. thank you for the update. we appreciate that he been morgan law for us in ca 10. let's take a closer look at sedans, opposition? coalition forces afraid him and change is what they called. it was formed in january 2019 after anti government protests. it's made up of major opposition parties as well as armed groups in april that you the military over through
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president or my alba, shame. and 4 months later, the forces of change and the military council signed a power sharing deal to begin a transition to democracy. but not everyone was on board and some members of the forces of freedom and change. now calling for the interim government to be dissolved, collude care from the policy firm inside strategy partners is in khartoum. and she says, the demonstrations have a very exuberant atmosphere biblical in the civilian role, the very much again, minute you will be taking over. you're seeing a lot of names out of one of the signature there now also like to read the finance. and so, you know, the governor, so the very, very much i think today's protest, there's a lot of things i think we galvanized one common effect,
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which in this case and to the military encroachment in space. me a 1000000000 doses of corona virus. vaccines have been administered in india. the government wants the entire population immunized by the end of the year. the country has also started exporting vaccines, is production is ramped when abouts of europe, it's the reluctant reluctance to get vaccinated. that's prompted a search in infections has been in smith's report by funding its health workers across some of the remotest parts of the country. india has now given at least one dose of cobit 19 vaccine to 3 quarters of it's 1.3. 8000000000 population. prime minister neurons remotely visited a new delhi hospital to celebrate the 1000000000 dose, but only 31 percent of had 2 doses. there is a certain degree of apathy,
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as well as the feeling that the west as fast as there is no further risk. so many people are not really going in for the 2nd dose, straight away in the are sitting on vaccines. talk of a 100000000 doses and has recently started exporting again. it's africa whether needed less than 5 percent of the continents population has been vaccinated. the world health organization says that could mean the pandemic goes on for a year longer than it needs to. in some eastern european countries, the challenge is persuading enough people to get jumped. latvia is the 1st european nation to go back into lockdown. only 54 percent of adults are vaccinated. you average is 74 percent. bulgaria and romania are also struggling to cope with a surgeon infections while in russia. corona virus related death of it, another day, the record of more than a 1000. the government is imposing a week long the workplace shut down from the start of november. it's very clear
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that in countries that have lower vaccine uptake, that's where we're seeing the serious pandemic effects at the moment in terms of deaths and people ending up in hospital. so the general population level, i believe that russia sits around that sample with a complete immunization series. and that's similar to what we're seeing in other countries like romania, i'm bulgaria, u. k. there's more cases than france, germany, italy in spain combined. and poland is also facing a significant rise and affections now at $5000.00 a day, which may require a drastic action just as the continent heads towards winter. bernard smith, al jazeera india was the biggest supplier to the u and bank vaccine sharing scheme, kovacs. but new jelly stopped all the major exports during that surge in cases back in april. the carfax game aims to make sure people living in developing countries have access to jobs. but so far less than 3 percent of people in low income
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countries have received at least one dose, compared to almost 50 percent worldwide. despite that some wealthy countries like the u. k and canada have received vaccines from co banks, even though they had their own deals with pharmaceutical companies. and an investigation by coalition of aid and rights groups who found only one in 7 doses promised to the poorest nations have been delivered. max lawson is the chairman of the people's vaccine alliance and head of inequality policy for oxfam. he says, vaccines were publicly funded to the formulas, should also be public. a wealthy country and pharmaceutical corporations like 5 like return or like byron tech. it's a poorly make delivered only $1.00 and $7.00 of the doses that they promise. kovak, the global mechanism for giving out doses. they make these promises. you know, the head of pfizer says to the head of come back,
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i'm going to give you lots and lots of faxing and then they never appear. they never arrive and we suspect is because they're setting them elsewhere from much, much higher profit. profiteering from a pandemic and it's making it last fall longer than it needs to. many, many people are dying. as a result, we could easily fix this problem. we could force these problems to confirm to share their backseat recipes and produces, and in to me here and you know, in south africa developing countries should not have to wait for the charity rich nations. because that charity, as we've seen in the last year and a whole is not happening, we cannot rely on their law. jess, we have to have manufacturing. and to do that, we have to share the recipe that will public, to funded in the 1st place. we were promised sooner than the lion and the european president, she stood opposite. these vaccines must be a global common period a year ago. so i may have these rich country data said that and yet they know there
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are private monopoly for profit. so we need to keep the pressure on them to live up to their word and share the vaccine lesson. please. sure i can stand now, i'm un says it's set up a special trust to supply the country with urgently needed cash. the head of the agencies development program say they will be tapping into funds that were frozen after the taliban took over. the country's been on the brink of a humanitarian and economic collapse. jude to a lack of cash. and i, so in afghanistan has attacked to shame mosques over the past fortnight, killing more than 100 people. taliban officials have promised to increase security and sham mosques. but members of the long persecuted his. our minority say they still worry. as tiffany decker reports. no way it feels safe in the predominant hosario communities near campbell was a little slow even in prayer law with them. and there is anees here. oh, holy place seems to offer new sanctuary for afghanistan. she
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a community no. having assured toner regime when the taliban came, we felt safe. but after detoxing conducive in kandahar we feel very much how chris went on. the taliban can not insure security for us as they promised. despite that, we continued to come to pray, even in few born, even if we have to die here god. when he had and is and is lost, we have witnessed a taxpayer dice who cited to slay dice, you feel afraid or you. and if you're gonna not only hear it during being, who do i re go? because we are written news because we are record northville officers, garza and has our us out was the sheer last friday. iceland. afghanistan said it was behind this attack on a sheer mosque in kandahar. the province is the taliban stronghold. it was the 2nd attack on a sheer mosque in a week. the 1st in the northern province of couldn't do so. it's causing increased worry here in the capital among the she a community. they say no one feel safe. this is the majority here area of cobble in
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the area has suffered numerous attacks. over the last couple of years, moths have been attacks. girl schools have been attacked. many buses have been attacked, weddings have been attacked, and even gunman entering the maternity ward, killing pregnant women in their bags. there is a constant, unpredictable fear hill of when the next attack may come. most of these attacks were claimed by iso in afghanistan, the armed attack this moss to the largest and dashed hibachi, taliban officials of said they will do more to protect the shia community. but we didn't see any taliban presence in this area. while we visited was a lemon mockup lung. we used to have 5 gars. they had salaries and weapons. now de taliban said they should return to work, but they haven't returned. there's no money. the risk is high, especially during friday's prayer with the taliban patrols on friday. but the risk remains high, the shia and particularly the his r a community has long been persecuted here in afghanistan. mohammed is
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a student cobble university which remains closed. do you want to taliban to do more to protect? because of course, it is the visual across us not only has our and share hoard the target of to just the ducks, but all the people over gun us on was firm called the one to do more. not only is in case of security, run and cause of economic incurs or for trust between the thought. one of the people ha, ha, ha, ha ha. these are uncertain times for afghanistan, she a community. and for so many other afghans all tell us, they hope taliban leaders can deliver on their promise to protect minorities and provide security for everyone across the country. stephanie decker or g 0, cobble still ahead on al jazeera. ah, south korea joins this base race, launching its own rocket to the 1st time. not everything goes to plan coals to ban
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an internationally award winning malaysian whiskey with design from the countries colonial. ah. with her there, here's your weather update in a minute 15 that was heavy rains across northern areas of india starting to peter out, but also to con, saw 4 times above its average rainfall. and these were the devastating scenes that we were seeing. so it's almost like a switch, we've turned it on, but still keeping some rain for a karnataka and careless. well coaching, getting up to a height of 30 degrees. but if we go in for a closer look around the east of india, the northeast, most of that heavy rain has vanished scattering of some showers through nepal. but that, of course, has also been hit hard with intense rain. this is out of season rain and this is quite unusual for this time of the year southeast asia,
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thunderstorms in the pitcher bank hall, coachman city, call them poor and jakarta, with a height of $32.00 degrees in still wet weather across a areas of central vietnam so south of vein, north of da nang and still also for the south at picking up about $40.00 to $50.00 millimeters for southern vietnam over the past 24 hours. my oh, my temperatures have come down and hong kong by about a good 1011 degrees. also below average and shanghai and then we've got a weather disturbance. it's just going to graze at soho as we head toward friday. it's going to give us a tropical pushes wall, so your temperatures are going to search over the next little bit. that's it for me, sir. ah. join the debates, 90 percent of the world's refugees have come from of common impacted country. the climate emergency is putting more pressure on systems across the world and amplify your voice. it's not really the future rates now. this is not our risk with
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a lot of companies responsibly. we cannot lose hope. we know what to do, and we have the tools and doing good act we must build all the stream on al jazeera lou. ah, ah, hello, are you watching al jazeera? i'm emily anglin, a reminder of our top stories this our thousands of people are taking part in rival demonstrations in sedans, capital to mark anniversary of its 1st revolution. quote, factions were part of the civilian, the uprising in 2019, but they disagree on the countries future. india is celebrating administering at
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$1000000000.00 cove at 19 vaccine doses around 75 percent of adults have now had at least one shot, but just one 3rd of fully vaccinated. and the un says it set up a special trust to supply afghanistan with urgently needed cash. the head of the agencies development program said it will be happy to funds that were frozen after the taliban took over. a you late is a meeting in brussels and high on the agenda is how to combat the energy crisis. it talking about long term measures to shore up in supplies and had to protect people from rec, old prices for natural gas. it costs around $6.00 times more than this time last year. but the meeting is likely to be overshadowed by an increasingly bit of feud with poland. about a controversial court ruling. they saw disguises, and coun was pushed on to the old pearson and noon rule of law as
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a cor aspect of the european union. at the same time, we have to find ways of coming back together because a cascade of cases of the european court is not a solution. and natasha butler is in brussels for us. hello then, natasha. tell us more about this polish court ruling which will likely dominate discussions well, you leaders all divided over how to deal with war. so some are calling for a tough response. others are saying what is needed is dialogue. now poland is a member state, but it has been at loggerheads with a you for some time. now, many of the you accuse poland of government fair of eroding lot rights, particularly the independence of the judiciary in things really reached a boiling point. early of this month, when a top of polish court ruled, the polish law could take precedence over you law in some areas. now, out for the head of the european union's commission isn't of on the line. she said
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that was challenging the very foundations of the you because each member state must abide by the use a rule of law. so this is sparkle to talk over whether or not poland could be heading a full, a so called poll exit, trying to break away a form of the you. now some of you leaders are saying what is needed is a very tough response to send the message to poland. this isn't acceptable that talking about things like withholding a financial funds from the you take away from ponens, i should say taking away some of it. some membership rights, others are saying what is needed is dialogue that the tensions need to be a di escalated. now the polish prime minister who arrived though he was one of the 1st art she arrived at this summit. a key said though to taking away or withholding funds from a you to poland would be in his words, financial blackmail, and simply unacceptable. he did, though, indicate that he could be a ready for dialogues. we'll have to wait and see how the talks go. eely does
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behind me, i've already begun their discussions. ok, keep us posted. thank you very much, natasha. but the live for us in brussels. as the green landing ice sheets melt, huge deposits of rare earth elements are being uncovered. these are vital in the production of low carbon technologies, such as electric cars and wind turbines, but farmers worried about radioactive dust and waste water. i trying to block mining projects. nick clock visited the town of new zach in south greenland. the sight of one proposed mine a statue of leaf ericsson, the viking, who's said to have discovered america 400 years before columbus days is out overseen. that might surprise you the end of summer, and the sheep have been rounded up for market farming as part of the way of life in the south. but these lands also hold new possibilities. i headed up a mountain valley never town of no sac. the rocks here hold some of the world's
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richest deposits of rare f minerals. this is the site of an old uranium mine. it's long been decommissioned, but now into national mining companies want to dig deep again. the rock we see all around the same was for 3 or 4 kilometers beneath the earth's crust. and then about a 1000000000 years ago, these mountains just rid up. and they reckon that within this area alone, there are one and a half 1000000 tons of rare minerals with another $26000000.00 tons at a site nearby. and all of that combined is enough to supply the wealth total need. a rare earth minerals for a 115 years, which is why this whole area is just so valuable and has so much attention. this is my mother's father. i met with neil secaria son who's been fighting the proposed mind for years. man, i to the shots of a lot to ship. if the mind gets to go ahead, the 1st thing that will affect us is dust followed by radioactive radiation. those things will start from the 1st day of production. that's gonna affect our water
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supply and it's only 3 kilometers away from the mining site. meaning we won't be able to continue living in norfolk public meetings were held earlier in the year with the mining company involved. although they didn't attend the most recent one as much as they green, the minerals who are australian and part chinese owned a c o. told al jazeera, there's been misinformation about the project in the community that does not accurately reflect the impact assessments and has caused concern among local stakeholders. this is unfortunate when the project is met. stringent environmental standards, mining would bring jobs, business opportunities and economic stimulus for the local community. across greenland, the issue is so controversial, it toppled the national government. and in came the indigenous in europe, party who have promised to stop the mind. but they recognize a future government might reverse that as a day draws to a close more sheep and being rounded up, the farmers have grave concerns about the impact of toxic waste on the land and
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waterways. the sheep thrive on their water will feed foyce it and the sea will be processed and then we will be process. i will not never accept the lining the glee land the cause to have been keep going in 1000 years. not many people could. so rise here and that to us be strong to live here in greenland. long ago the viking soul, the potential of this pulse of greenland. and as the ice sheet melts, making more mining sites accessible. interesting agreements, rich result is will only increase mcclark alger 0 tracy, also greenland. and you can watch in a clock full of pan at a. so a special report from greenland in full at $1630.00. james tate right here on al jazeera living. his foreign minister, his cold on the international communities, is fought its fight against corruption. the unity government is hosting a conference to help bring pace and security. a head of december presidential poll
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and may show parliamentary elections are held as planned. the us, russia, turkey and ages are among those taking pos, the had denny was. yo, jimmy, i always visit our concern is standing up against the biggest challenge. corruption, corruption in all forms. it's the true enemy to our country. it brings poverty, ignorance, and in fighting, and the collapse of human values. we should join forces took up root corruption. nothing is more dangerous. we need to stand up to it to reach sovereignty. malleck trainer is at the conference in tripling. this is the 1st time that a conference of this size, this magnitude has been held inside of libyan territory. they're going to be discussing a few things. one, they're going to be discussing, unifying state institutions. libya is still deeply divided in the military institution. go only for half to who controls eastern libya militarily. and here in
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western missouri you have a forces loyal to the government of national unity. so the hope is the, at least the libyan hope is that the, the parties are gathered here today, or the countries are together here today will so will support their ambition and, and, and pro, and put pressure on the stakeholders and libya to come together and come up with a unified military another. another major aspect of the discussions today will talk about 40 the foreign fighters, approximately 20000 foreign fighters and mercenary inside of libya and the control vast areas of land, especially in southern libya, are. so that puts into, to question a while, those foreign fighters are here that puts into the question, if elections can be held, a liberal, putting together a comprehensive plan action plan to expel the spiders out. and they're hoping that the international community or will support them in that effort. he, the open government has carried out more air strikes on the to gray region. it's
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a 3rd time this week. it said it targeted a military training center in the capital macallan tray people were killed on monday, rebel forces say there were civilians at the federal government. disputes that south korea is 1st domestically produced. rocket failed in its mission to put a dummy satellite into orbit. well, to ha, ha, b it on your iraq had traveled up to 700 kilometers above the earth. it successfully completed the 1st and 2nd stages of separation. but president moon jane said in a national address, the dummy satellite was unstable, and more work needs to be done. you you days you need the flight test of the nori husband completed. i'm proud. unfortunately, we didn't reach our goal perfectly, but we cheve the great result with the 1st launch, from launch control to take off ignition of the engine twice in the air. and the
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separation of the rocket and dummy satellite all are accomplished without any problems. it is completely our own technology. however, placing the dummy satellite and orbit remains an unfinished tasking. emulation made whiskey has sparked controversy with sam calling for the sales of the liquor to be banned. the name and design of the award winning spirit is being seen as an insult to islam. the countries main religion florence louis has more from colonial when news emerged for the malaysian made whiskey had one international awards, it gained a claim back home, but also criticism. the brand is called the my, which means tin in the malay language. tin mining was one of the main industries in the malay peninsula in the 19th century. the label features a man known as captain speedy, who was an officer in british malaya. as it was then known and is said to have
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popularized whiskey drinking in this region. but some have objected to the image saying the bearded man resembles a pious muslim man. others say the name could also be mistaken for variation of fatima. a muslim, named for women malay is the main ethnic group and muslim majority, malaysia, and also the official language. when you pick on a malay, would you tend to give the impression that liquor is okay with the malays society. so i, i thought that the company was not careful, and his, and his wife, they such are abroad. the whisky mate has declined to be interviewed, but said in a statement, they did not intend for the name to stay a controversy. and that any interpretation of the name unrelated to tin mine is false. some critics of the brain have called for his name and labeling to be changed. while a consumer's group has urged authorities to stop sales of the product here. not
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everyone sees the brand as controversial. the deputy president of an islamic political party says while alcohol is forbidden in islam, the rights of non muslims to drink has to be respected. some analysts think the issue is being used to advance political ambitions. i think it's more of a reflection of insecurity or speech mentality by the perpetrators and also the target group target audience group that they want to win over the understand the psyche, the mentality of the electorate base. oh, and they're, they're trying to exploit that again for political mileage. so it can be either religious or racial. political parties have in the past portrayed themselves as defenders of a faith or race as a tactic to gain votes. the next general election has to be held by mid 2023. the
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controversy about t martha whiskey isn't going away just yet. reports have been launched with malaysians domestic trade in consumer affairs, as well as how ministries to investigate the matter. florence lily al jazeera kuala lumpur. and before we go, we have a story about a 66000000 year old skeleton of a triceratops, which is sold for $6400000.00 at an auction in paris. that's about 6 times the amount it was estimated to go full. nick named be john. he's the largest specimen of this done so uncovered spending 8 meters long, the injury to his skulls. he died in a fine ah .


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