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books that are just for show unwilling quiz on al jazeera ah, revealing eco friendly solutions to come back. threats to our planet. on al jazeera ah, the leader of a haitian gang accused of kidnapping 17 missionaries threatens to kill them, and vows to make the prime minister cry blood's ah, you're watching al jazeera life from headquarters and ohio daddy navigator also a heads tragedy on a film set in the us one crew member is killed, and another injured after hollywood actor, alec baldwin, fire as a prop gun. new zealand unveils plans to end it. strict corona virus locked down,
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but not before 90 percent of the population is fully vaccinated. contempt charges are filed against an ally of donald trump. steve bands refused to cooperate with the probe into the capitol storming. ah, hello, thanks for joining us. haiti's. national police chief has resigned after protest against deteriorating security and gang violence. workers had been on a general strike since monday, following the abduction of a group of christian missionaries. a gang is suspected of kidnapping. 16 americans and one canadian outs leader has threatened to kill them. if a ransom isn't paid menu, arapahoe reports from porto prince, another d of protest in puerto prince o protesters, set up road blocks across the city,
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running tires and other debris to prevent the free flow of traffic. ah, more protests in recent days have remain peaceful tensions. are clearly on the rise demonstrators called for the resignation of the country's national police to lay on schall, many claim, haiti, security forces have allowed, violent crime and kidnapping to reach unprecedented levels. i'm a good at the are a lot of church that come to haiti to help people become to evangelize and under the direction of lee. oh, shall they get kidnapped? because laying shall doesn't have the capacity and leadership to direct the police department layer shall, has to resign. i, with the current insecurity, americans and canadians, and not speed from the kidnappers, doesn't matter which country you come from. you cannot live a normal life and haiti by thursday afternoon haiti's national police chief resigned from his post assigned, perhaps of the fast changing strategy by haitian authorities. working a close collaboration with u. s. federal agents as they seek to secure the release
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of the 17 hostages, women dr. young tensions are high in the country following the release of the social media video posted by 400 mobiles. the criminal gang responsible for the abduction of 16 american citizens and one canadian in the video. the gangs leader vowed retaliation after authorities shot and killed at least one member of the gang . on wednesday, protests and roadblocks have become a daily occurrence here in court. a prince, but the anger from demonstrators has grown beyond the worsening security situation there. calling for accountability over widespread mule shortages, higher prices on communication services, and a lack of leadership from government officials. the case of the 17 hostages has brought international attention to what summer, calling a kidnapping crisis more than 100 kidnappings have taken place. so for this month and more than $700.00 since the start of the year. and a recent report by unicef says there were submitted more abductions of women and
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children in the 1st 8 months of 2021 than in all of last year. manuel revenue l to 0 for the prince. but cinematographer has been killed and the director injured after actor alec baldwin fired a prop gun on a film set in new mexico. police say an investigation is underway and the baldwin voluntarily went in for questioning. no charges have been filed, victoria, gayton, b reports. the shooting happened here to popular filming location in santa fe and his re serious questions in hollywood about how something like this could possibly occur. police say a prop gum was fired during filming for the movie rust and 19th century west and in which alec baldwin placed the lead. they're investigating how it was fired and what project all came out of it. t people were hit helena hutchins, who was the cinematographer. she was our lifted hospital, but pronounced dead. the director joe sousa was also injured and is being treated
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in hospital. the production company has said this was a scene being filmed with blanks in the prop gone. the police haven't confirmed that and haven't said it was an accident. please say that treating it as a shooting investigation, but confirm it did happen during the filming of a scene. the company making the movie say that providing counseling services to everyone connected with it. victoria gay to be al jazeera, new zealand prime minister assess strict coven, 19 locked on, measures will be lifted once 90 percent of the country is fully vaccinated. so far around 70 percent of eligible people have had the 2 jobs. the country has been grappling with an outbreak of the delta variance since august, when hey, reports from tarango in new zealand. oakland is the economic center of new zealand . but for more than 2 months it's been largely at a standstill following hughes. ellen's 1st outbreak of the delta, very into cove at 19 keeping it locked down much longer is unsustainable,
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and the government has responded to growing calls for a plan to get back to normal. we cannot asphyxiated people to stay home for ever. so now we need a new playbook to reflect a population protected from covet. the prime minister announced a traffic light system. we'll be introduced with different alert levels to manage outbreaks of the virus using fewer restrictions and no more nation wide loc downs. it signals an end to the elimination strategy and an acknowledgement that ye zealand is will need to learn to live with the virus provided the vaccination rate reaches 90 percent. the arrival of the delta vary into new zealand, changed everything and is proved impossible to eliminate. but it did force the government and the public to speed up vaccinations. 86 percent of now had at least one dose. but getting to that key figure of 90 percent may take some time. the government says it will review the situation at the end of november, which may be too far away for those wanting a quicker end to coven locked downs,
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australia 2nd largest city has reopened, despite new infections, continuing to rise, milburn has been accumulated 262 days locked down since the start of the pandemic, more than any other in the world. my brain sort of separated from orator for so long as it's serv, enough to be back to though i'm, it's a sunny day. heavy. it's 6th and probably last lockdown was lifted as the vaccination rate, past 70 percent. wayne, hey, al jazeera toner, new zealand, up to a 180000 health care workers may have died from co with 19, in the 1st 16 months of the pandemic. the world health organization chief blames poorly equipped facilities and lack of vaccines in developing countries. he says more must be done to protect them. essentially,
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that tells what goes on prioritized for vaccination data from $119.00 countries. so just that on average 2 in 5 health and care workers globally are poorly vaccinated. but of course, that average masks huge differences across regions and economy groupings in africa, less than one in 10 health workers had been fully vaccinated. meanwhile, in most high income countries, more than 80 percent of health workers are fully vaccinated. on the us house of representatives, a voted to whole donald trump, former allies, the ban and contempt of congress. the attorney general will now decide whether to prosecute bannon for refusing to cooperate with an investigation into the storming of the capital in january. he was, he's ignored a subpoena from the investigating committee. alan fisher has more from washington d. c. was on the boat as far as the thinks of january committee is concerned,
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is getting to the bottom of what exactly happened, who knew what and when the democrats expected to win this vote, they were pleasantly surprised that they managed to get 9 republicans to join them and voting for the contempt charge. 7 of them actually voted for donald trump's impeachment way back in january 2 of them. probably a bit of a surprise, but then in tight districts. and so they probably didn't want to be those people who supported undefended steve band and given that that might need waters in the next couple of elections. so they were very careful about that. thought that a federal has already been sent to the department of justice medic, garland who is the attorney general has said in the last day or so that they will look at the facts and they will look at the evidence and then we will make a decision steep and, and was of course, a very close advisor to donald trump. he fell out with them, but he was still friends with them and helped him up to the election in november
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last year. and in january the 5th, the day before the incident on capitol hill on his podcast, he said that all hell is going to break loose to morrow. just that phrase was enough for, for a less cheney a leading republican. and someone who's also on the 6th of january committee to tell congress that and that alone means that the banner has questions to answer. richard, good. stine is a democratic political consultants. he's also a former advisor to bill clinton. she says balanced popularity won't save him from being charged. most of the republicans who voted, and there were only 9 of out of over $200.00 had voted to impeach donald from the 2nd time around. so the really only 2 who actually voted today to proceed with this action against that and who had not voted. so injury,
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they were kind of the usual, but back for the most part among the republic would decide whether one goes to jail is whether the prosecutors can prove beyond a reasonable doubt that he's committed a crime. and we know here that is totally thumbs. you know, at a lawfully issued subpoena, and that's why the congress is recommending to the u. s. department of justice that they proceed to bring this action criminal action against bad. and so it really doesn't him so much on his popularity among anybody. it has to do with what the facts are, what the law is. i think we know exactly who the band and sees as his audience. it has not, it's not democrat. it's not. people, frankly weren't particularly tuned into politics. he's a rabble rouser among very active trump supporting republicans. they love this. they think somebody there knows a democrat is, is a great time. but that's not how our system work. donald trump felt that way too.
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and it came to be that law ultimately took precedence over his feeling that he took precedence over law. and i think bad in we'll see a less, he's able to drag this out in court long enough. that may be the republicans take control of the house of representatives next november and drop this entirely. that's his play. still ahead on al jazeera, i was demanding justice legal students and gonna claim correct of the country's only last school. cleaning up after a volcano will tell you how ashes making a mess of the tourist season on la paloma ah
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the was no doubt the season's changing has been snow in northern and eastern europe briefly about a week ago. and now to pretty stormy, this caused damage late on thursday through the netherlands unit. so close these white lines are, indicates windy weather through northern europe, where it's further south. well, there's a change. it's not quite so dramatic. it's zoom in on northern europe, particularly northern part of germany and the baltic shore. this is strong winds will be rain with it once at scrub through, it'll tuck in some pretty cold air. so be more snow for central norway in sweden and yet again, finland. but this is a process. everything's movie from west to east. so although temporarily looks cold, it won't necessarily last and feed it, the change is taking place in the british hours of the suddenly coming in and london back up to 14. by which time stockens come down to 4, to say it's cyclical. so you're back up to about 9 by time you get to monday with the breeze turning direction. then it starts rain. eventually. there is change for
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the south. there are shares going through the valley. erickson catching is eastern shore of spain. there shall dost around in italy on the northern part of the balkans there will be a slow drop in temperature, i think in the balkans. otherwise these are slow moving storms on their way actually to the norton african shores, leaving sunshine behind. ah, in the country with an abundance of results. right. i really want him to leave his friends for me. we move to grow and fry. we balanced real economy, blue economy, and the digital economy with the new job creation law, indonesia is progressively ensuring the policy reform to create quality jobs, investment. let it be possible in his growth and progress in here. now. oh,
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a hello again. the top stories on al jazeera, this, our haiti is national police chief, has resigned after protests, against deteriorating security and gang violence. workers have been on general strike since monday. following the abduction of a group of christian missionaries, a cinematographer has been killed. i'm the director injured after act or alec baldwin, fired a gun on a film set a new mexico. no charges have been filed and an investigation is currently underway . us house of representatives and voted to hold on transformer. l i. c. bannon and contempt of congress. the attorney general will now decide whether to prosecute him for refusing to cooperate with an investigation into january storming of the
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capital the is really government to legalize the status of $4000.00 palestinians living in the occupied west bank. many of them were undocumented, meaning they'd been separated from their families, since israel controls all access to the area near him, reports after 23 years of waiting, his room has allowed him at headless, to change his address from the gaza strip to the occupied west. back now he could move freely in the west bank without fearing he could be sent back to garza. although he was born and raised in the west bank, his father is originally from god. so that means is official documents list garza as his plate of residence. he needed and his really approval to change that his wife layla is also from gaza. but she has not yet received an approval to change her residency to the west bank. and if she crosses to gaza, she won't be able to return to her husband in the west bank. they did that. i was
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very happy for him, but was sad for myself. it's been 6 years since i last saw my family in gaza. now i can now travel outside the west bank. i want to go see my mother. she lives in jordan and we haven't been able to see each other in the palestinian interior ministry processes, requests for ideas and passports. but israel control of the population registry and decides who can get the palestinian identification cards and a passport. it also controls who can travel across the occupied region. it was government says it's approved for 1000 such requests on a humanitarian basis. you know this, these really defense minister said is really will approve thousands of new past in in id to strengthen the palestinian authority. but palestinian officials say they've been tricked. since the majority of the recent approval were changes of residency. only. they want the us to pressure israel to approve more identification
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cards that will make it easier for people to move around. hello, this idea will mean living under his really military rule. it's still a dream for tens of thousands of people here. it allows them to be near their families without fear of the quotation. this is the fear center awesome knows all too well. yeah. she hasn't been able to see her family and jordan since she got married and moved to the west bank 25 years ago. that has a hold on, i want to hug my brothers and sisters, nieces and nephews. i want to see my family's house, my neighbourhood. i miss all my memories there. just a few months ago senate came to this border area by the river jordan, to see her family. she can now cross to the other side, but many others will remain stuck on the west side of the river. you deborah he elijah's eda, the occupied westbank. dozens of people have been injured during rival demonstrations and so don as the crisis over the countries transition to democracy deepens,
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police use tear gas and live bullets to disperse crowds just outside the capital. harpoon hebert morgan reports from courtroom a recitation of the national anthem. before the chance on thursday, tens of thousands due to the streets, incidentally, capital cartoon, and other cities to mark 57 years since that countries 1st revolution against military rule. but that's not the only reason these people came out. they were on our with the in, on a day, but so i came here for one reason, not part of any group, but against military rule against the former ruling party. i came here to show that we want to civilian government. i came here to support a democratic civilian transition. we want older military away from power with any the demonstrations were called by the forces of freedom and changed coalition. that's the coalition that signed a power sharing agreement with the military in 2019 following the ousting of longtime president, armitage basheba. it led to the formation of
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a transitional government with the executive power given to civilians the place to improve the economy and rebuild state institutions 2 years on some say many of the goals of the revolution haven't been achieved. but i don't know if it's not a complete civilian government yet. we want it to be a completely civilian government. and when we participated in the revolution, it wasn't because of food or fuel. it was because we wanted justice to live in peace. there are some achievements, but we want the military to hand over power. an attempted coup in late september resulted in a rift between the 2 sides sharing power. it prompted the military to call for reforms within the forces of freedom and change. the forces of freedom and change wants to show it has a large port base among the population. it also wants to convey to military leaders despite the lack of political reforms, and you can make progress. many of me still prefer a civilian government. it's also a response to the sit in front of the presidential palace over the past week.
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supporters of a dissident coalition from the forces of freedom and change, known as the national charter alliance, has called on the government to be dissolved and a technocrat government to replace it. it's the 4th i have called for a military took over in the short term. i should not mind too much when the country is being run by a few political parties, while there are many other groups that are in the country. where are these other groups? we don't see demi loaded into government, they are being marginalized. we want the military to take control until the elections are held up. those in front of the presidential palace say they won't leave until the government is dissolved, while those who protested on 1st, they say they want allow for the solution to dance. prime minister says those who came out and protest showed commitment to, to dance transition to civilian rule. but some of you can assume you today, you have proven your commitment, the peacefulness and the path of freedom, democracy and civilian transition. the people have given their voice and pass the
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message that there will be no backing dam from the revolution done. he has called for dialogue, but each side is waiting for the other to compromise. while for dance, transition to democracy remains fragile court between them. he but morgan august 0, put him pro democracy, protest, and s what seni have been banned. as envoys from other south african countries begin mediation, people have been demonstrating against the country's monarchy since june. a delegation from the southern african development community has met the king to discuss the widespread unrest. internet access has been limited and dozens of demonstrators have been injured or killed in the latest crackdown on protesters. a lot of students in gone us capital across. i've been protesting outside the country, the only law school, and i'm foster, more than a 3rd of the applicant fail to be admitted because rules were changed. they blame corruption and they're demanding a review of the entry process. laura burton,
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manley reports i. d. 's people dream of becoming lawyers. now they're accusing the law school and god is kept to accra of being unlawful. that's because the entrance exams changed by the legal counsel. it's now requires a minimum 50 percent mark on 2 papers instead of an average school. but the candidate say. 7 they were informed, we wrote on exams, you said apartment, the part the exam, you come up with a new rule that they have to pass. it's in a particular way, which was not previously communicate that to us. so we often about, i've read, did nothing, won't admit them. yes. often you put in a lot of work, a lot of times people put their lives on hold for this exam. people are families, you have children, you know, some people have to make a living from the 2824 africans from 17 law pocket across the country. less than the 3rd was successful. lose missions into the law
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school has been a contentious issue for years. it's now reached parliament, which is the stablished committee to look into the allegations. this is the reason why you asked whether indeed that's what the criteria use in the past year. and as a business of the opposition, they also question whether they would be notified if this was a new development. and some politicians, along with the students, were letting corruption in the admissions process at these 22 days. where with their last year on what they generally go, counsel is stuff is calling on session our mission, this versus nova sucks for their trust is not part of an interview. they were simply hon picked to come and join the $1045.00. the way i meter last year,
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the students say they want to review and resume at the exam procedures and hope this will give them a fair route into working in god is just the system lore about a man. the al jazeera chinese proper to giant, ever ground has narrowly avoided a formal default on its debts. the group reportedly wired funds to a trustee account on thursday for a bond interest payment days before a deadline. it miss payments during the past month. ever grounds the world's most indebted property developer owing $300000000000.00. schools and hong kong have been told to play the chinese national anthem. it's part of an effort to forge closer ties with mainland china. that critics are you and marks a further erosion of the territories freedoms rom, mcbride has this reports. high school life in hong kong has quickly come to reflect the changes taking place. city wide. from next year,
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schools will be required to hold national flag raising ceremonies like this one, at least once a week and play the chinese national anthem. and lessons about hong kong, national security law have become part of the curriculum with no one it seems too young to learn. what is the national security aimed attending months of social unrest and riots? critic say the law has severely curved free speech, but the probate gin camp says it's restored order and students must learn about it . we wanted to teach the younger generation to learn more about why we need the national security. i think every country they must have their national security law, bigger port, have their people go to the country. so iving hong kong is not a sensor at the height of the protest. some of the most violent clashes happened on
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college campuses and 40 percent of the people arrested were high school or college students. it means the cities classrooms are at the center of efforts to change how the youth think and act at the university of hong kong, one of the last memorials on chinese soil to the 1989 tiana mon square, crack down is under threat of being removed and most of the city student unions are no longer functioning. critics say teaching about national security is part of a wider effort to curb all forms of descent. i think the goal is to change the behavior of the people of hong kong and they're doing this through intimidation there during this through telling them what they should do. they want the behavior change 2 years ago during the protests curry lead a boycott of classes at her high school and says, teaching the national security law will undermine critical thinking. first of all,
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i think that this has a limited what, how well our thoughts are in learn a in study. and i think we did not have any freedom of our thoughts, freedom of speech in a fair chat. but this time she won't be taking any action to do so, could cost her her freedom. robert bride al jazeera hong kong its tourist season on the spanish island of la palmer. but it's been disrupted by ash from of okay. no that's been erupting for weeks. and that's caused almost daily disruption and chaos since the erection began. last month. alexander lurch reports the the start of a new day in la palmer. like many of the islands residents, manuel pianos morning now begins with cleaning the volcanic ash from his shop, practicum and every day cleaning and everywhere. and we can lead our product at a nearby cafe blanca assario says it makes it harder to keep customers happy. i can
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indicate that are tourists who want to use the terrorists because they like it better. but because there's so much ash it's difficult, we cleaned it immediately, but the ash falls again. the debris from cooper baker's month long robson is relentless. but people are finding their own ways to get through the day. there is filled with small pieces of commerce, panic, rub a sharp as broken glass. the wind is carrying it right across la palmer for the people living on the island. that's becoming a normal part of daily life. around the volcano authorities continuously measured the air quality checking for any signs of toxic gas. they even make sure it's safe to guard the many roadblocks. they're worried, some people are trying to cross into the exclusion zone to take photographs locally . but it's very concerning. some people are coming too close to the cone on lava
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when it goes into just thing your gas can be concentrated, which can effect a long term hello, or even may be out completely out of my elbows and i'm in despite the danger people are still coming to the island, some drawn to the foot of the volcano. i'm only exciting because new foster boston i grew came. we stayed here here until 4 o'clock in the morning. it's a different atmosphere in the capital. santa cruz, the beaches are still open. many here don't seem to care about the volcano, they just want to enjoy their holiday. alexander lurch al jazeera la palmer thing.


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