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busier, avail, and we wish you all the best with your way. thank you. you're welcome bishop. sell ahead. here on al jazeera millions are forced from their homes as climate change of hunger and conflict in africa. the hell region heating up off to a volcano will tell you how ash is making a mess of the tourist season on the palmer. and will say the baseball player who hit 3 home runs and one game to keep his side alive in the race, to the wild theories. that's coming up shortly with pizza. ah hello, thank you for joining in. we're in the clear across the middle east. let me show the weather pitcher. hello everyone. a plenty in the way of sunshine. we do have the showers over the higher ground in iran,
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same goes through yemen and around the alpha jar, mountains in bond. but i want to get it to pakistan because toward the north of the country, we do have somewhat weather leak in, in. so this is for the hor and islam of bad x 3 days in the hor, looks like this. potentially scooping up to 20 millimeters of brain on saturday will continue on sunday, but your temperature is well below average or 26. you should be $33.00 for the sum of the year after turkey right now and not much to report full on sunshine pretty well right across the country. averaged in its stumble with a height of 19 degrees and on talia. we've got in for 28 on saturday, central parts of africa, more toward the gulf of guinea that's we're going to see our most intense rain. so nigeria are benign togo and gonna, in the forecast for you on saturday, that weather front that suit across western parts. so the western cape is now transferring toward the east, but look at the winfield associated with this. so for the eastern cape on saturday, over the course of the weekend, we'll look for wind gusts here of about 78 kilometers per hour. that's enough to
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cause some damage that you update too soon. ah, multiple people told ashley including my father that he was going to killer u. s. laws prohibit some people convicted of domestic violence from owning firearms . boat lines investigates the gaps in the system that allow the law to go unenforced. and the deadly consequences that ensued. we shouldn't have laws on the books that are just for show on, relinquished on al jazeera, ah, confronted with some of the worlds was dead quality. mongolia government has begun shutting the nations polluted capital, cities, coal mines. but as the struggle rages to save the environment above ground,
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what does the future hold for the men who earn their living beneath it? ah witness. at the coal face on al jazeera lou ah ah. hello there, i'm associate hey, and are home. let's remind you about top stories. you have a south, a u n plane carrying aid to eat your b as t gr i region has been forced to abort. it's landing because of a government air strike. it's now the 4th day of air raids this week on the to ryan capital, medically, least 7 people have been killed at a rectangle refugee captain, bangladesh gotten and attacked a religious school. and cox as bizarre one person has been arrested leaders at
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a european union. some that say they're extreme, he concerned about the growing number of migrants crossing from belarus, which is not a member of the you. but they are divided on how to tackle the issue with some calling for a fence along the borders. well, european commission president as love on the line says the block is considering war sanctions on barriers, but will not fund barbed wire and walls on its borders. we will keep up the pressure on the lucas shinkel regime. we have already proposed targeted measures to reverse. these are facilitation for the regime and its proxies. and we are ready to explore options for further sanctions, not only for individuals, but also for entities or companies. second, we agreed that we need concerted action. and belarus as we observing now, is looking at opening new routes. it has offered further visa waivers,
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traditional 3rd countries. and we will continue our engagement with these countries to limit this state sponsored smuggling. now the world health organization has announced plans for what it calls profound transformation after allegations of sexual abuse surrounding workers. cent fiber bowler in democratic republic of congo, an independent commission found at least 80 cases of abuse by w. h o employees and aid workers on thursday, w h o of our to overhaul structures, an internal culture to remove any opportunity for sexual exploitation through an agency has now dedicated the $7600000.00 to strengthening at safeguards and 10 countries, including afghanistan, democratic republic, of congo and ethiopia, it's vowed to support the health and livelihoods of the victims of sexual abuse and their families, from helping with jobs to education and medical fees. the w 2 also says it will ensure mandatory pre deployment training and complete a series of internal investigations. and it says,
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many of the changes are already in action. an expert in preventing sexual abuse was part of the fast deployment or the latest abode outbreak in easton, d r. c. she's training staff there and is also working with community leaders. well, let's now speak to paula donovan in boston. she's the co director of aids free world and it's code blue campaign to end impunity for sexual offences by un personnel. paula, that's the a long list of reforms that the ws has put out, but notably, no mention of criminal prosecution or domestic accountability. what do you make of their response? i think it's, it's frightening, frankly, it's a step backward and for impunity, or it's a step forward for impunity. it's a step backward for the u. n. d u n, and w h o, in this instance, part of the u. n is acting like an oligarchy. they are not doing what the u. n. is supposed to do, which is to set and then uphold standards to promote the rule of law,
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due process and so forth. instead, they've decided to take matters into their own hands, and they are put in complete control over criminal matters. these are felony crimes that people from w h o in other parts of the you and have been accused of. and they, they should never be handled by w h o. i challenge the definition of the w h o commission as independent w h o appointed its own 2 commissioners and then led this entire process which just delayed justice and still there is absolutely no hint of criminal justice for these crimes that would be carried out by the appropriate national harvey's in whose jurisdictions these crimes were allegedly carried on port. i understand rison complaints actually submitted to senior officials at the w h o in country. and they were ignored. and i believe those officials promoted and moved elsewhere. listening
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to the w. h. a chief ted ross, he spoke of his shock at what's happened. how is it possible that the leadership didn't know about this? i don't know that that we can trust that the leadership didn't know about this. we're hearing conflicting reports, but in any case it's the w h o should not be passing judgment on whether w h o was following the rule of law. so it's just, it defies reason and logic that w h o should be investigating itself and should even be asking itself the question . when did we know that crimes might have been occurred? how did we respond and what should happen to, to those who are either directly involved or who enables the perpetrators of these crimes these, these are rapes and abuses of power. and it just, it seems as though anarchy is prevailing. if w h o in the u. n is allowed to continue to subvert justice and postpone or
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delay or even prevent any sort of national authority, police and courts to intervene and do what they're supposed to do, which is they should be conducting the investigations of everyone from the perpetrators, the direct perpetrators, right? up through the most senior levels of w h o and the united nations. paula, i was taking a look at the timeline on this. this independent commission was only sets up nearly a year and a half off the w. 8 stuff with a sense be told of the abuse and that all happened a month off to a media report. are you concerned that this is potentially hot happening elsewhere and going on investigated? absolutely. that that should be everyone's concern. and the reason that that it should trouble people that this might still be going on is but the w h o,
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in the u. n. are sending a really clear message to the world, which is the message that an oligarchy might send, which is if we're accused of wrongdoing, we'll handle it internally, will withhold information from the appropriate national authorities. we'll decide what patient who will investigate crimes, even though they have absolutely no authority to investigate crimes. so leave it to us, we'll do what we think is appropriate. but we won't involve any external parties who would normally be part of a process that looks like what the un promotes for the rest of the worlds, which is the rule of law due process and appropriate investigation and prosecution of criminal activity, both by the, by the perpetrators themselves and by the, by everyone up through the system who might have been involved might have known of what was going on and ignored. it might have actually enabled them to all of this should be in the hands of people outside of the us system. paula donovan there from
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the co blue campaign to end impunity for sexual offences by you and personnel. great to get your thoughts on algebra. thank you for joining us for. thanks. i'm living on and hollywood star, alec baldwin says he is fully cooperating with the police investigation after he fatally shot a cinematographer. and when did the director, when he find a prop gun on a new mexican movie set, he is called the incident a tragic accident. and so far, no charges have been filed. the torrie gating be reports. the shooting happened here at a popular filming location in santa fe, and his raise serious questions in hollywood about how something like this could possibly occur. please say a prop gum was fired during filming for the movie rust and 19th century weston in which alec baldwin plays the lead. they're investigating how it was fired and what project all came out of it. 2 people were hit, helena hutchins,
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who was the cinematographer. she was airlifted to hospital, but pronounced dead. the director joe sousa was also injured, but has since been released from hospital. so an arm was indeed responsible for those plots by arms. every time i did use the one she's going to be there, but i will not disappear or go anywhere. if they were to go somewhere, you leave the firearm with the armoire. he will give this vision training needed for the stop billman with ongoing training with advising to the director, i'm sure is good. he read that you get these things happen. it. the shootings of act, memories of an onset accident in 1993 when act brandon lay, son of the film star brucely, died after being fatally wounded by a prop gum filming the cro. his family tweeted, our hearts go out to the family of helena hutchins and to jo souza and all involved in the incident on rust. no one should ever be killed by a gun on
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a film set period. a spokesman for the santa fe county sheriff's office confirmed officers interviewed alec baldwin, shortly after the shooting, saying he provided statements and answered their questions. he came in voluntarily and he left the building after he finished his interviews. no charges have been filed and no arrests have been made. alaina hutchins has been described by colleagues as a brilliant talent who was committed to aught into film. she was named as a rising star by the american society of cinematographers 2 years ago. the company making the movie say they're providing counseling services to every one connected with it. victoria gate and be al jazeera rescue, who is and the paul are searching for more than 40 people after their homes were hit by floods and landslides, more than a 100 others have died. in some areas, crops and homes have been destroyed. the government has promised a relief package to help battle authorities are still trying to determine how many people have been displaced and the extent of the damage on. meanwhile,
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the u. n. is blaming south through dawns west floods and 60 years on climate change . for some areas it's now the 3rd straight to have extreme flooding, endangering livelihoods in the wilds. youngest nation, the u. n. refugee agencies, as 700000 people have been affected. entire villages have been swept away. and now the u. n. z, wild food program is warning that global hunger will rise exponentially due to climate change. the agencies as extreme weather will lead to displacement as people search for food. and that's already happening in parts of africa, where drought and land degradation has already led to a rise and armed conflicts. nicholas hack reports now from central begin of foster . it's only you and helicopter that we travel to the city of kaya in central burkina faso. the to our road journey from walker do has become too dangerous, even for humanitarian workers. the threat is the armed group, the slavic states,
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in the greater sahara. under escort and bulletproof cars, we travel to siri, a village that has something armed groups, wants and villagers need a well abundant in water. the height of the harvest season kinda error more. those village in the north of the country was attacked by members of the ice al affiliate . they killed farmers and herders install their projects and animals. she fled south, but then came a series of droughts. she fled again following the clouds, hoping for rain and searching for a place to plant her crops less out of when the rain never came. the season hasn't brought what we expected. i'm more worried about the climate because if there's less rainfall armed groups will attack for our crops. more than a 1000000 people are displaced in burkina faso after flying both arm groups and the changing climate. the temperature in some areas has reached a record 50 degrees celsius. a tiny rise in temperature has a devastating impact on production. look at this, this is sorghum,
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normally considered a resilient and strong serial. but where the end of the rainy season, it still hasn't reached maturity, this has an impact on people's ability to feed their families. the world food program is digging what they call half moon small pits in the ground to try to retain what little rainfall there is. more than 10000000 children in the cell are experiencing acute malnutrition. most are displaced over the minister of environment, says climate change is fueling the conflict. both aren't groups and civilians are seeking refuge in terrible areas. this is affecting our ecosystem already under pressure from rising temperatures. we are not of polluting country that he got rich wants me to pay because we, they need to help us find the solution. and so we can live and resolve this problem doubling while world leaders gather to discuss climate change as the cop 26 conference in glasgow. kimura waldo will be on the move for her fighting hunger
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means walking hundreds of kilometers and braving the threat of arm groups. in soaring temperatures for this water in this changing climate, and that the hell is become a resource. people are ready to die for nicholas hawk al jazeera, the geary routine of thought. oh hundreds more people have rob until to leave their hands on the spanish island of la paloma as the rivers of law that get ever clarissa. and it's also beginning to impact the annual tourist season. alexander launch reports the start of a new day in la palmer, like many of the islands residence manuel pianos morning now begins with cleaning the volcanic ash from his shop. they have recommended her every day are cleaning and shots everywhere, and we can let our products get dirty. at a nearby cafe lanka, assario says it makes it harder to keep customers happy. i've never heard of a lot of tourists who want to use
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a terrace because they like it better. but because there is so much ash it's difficult. we clean it immediately, but the ash falls again. the debris from camry beckers month long eruption is relentless. but people are finding their own ways to get through the day. the air is filled with small pieces of pumice or panic, rock as sharp as broken glass. the wind is carrying it right across la pana, for the people living on the island. that's becoming a normal part of daily life. around the volcano authorities continuously measure 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 open bertha, and it's very concerning. some people are coming too close to the cone on lubbock when it goes in thought i must extend your gas candy concentrated,
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which can effect a long term hello or even made. they pass 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 it do fast. last night we 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 fame, and stella had here on the al jazeera and thought we'll hear from the top 2 drivers and the formula and title race as they prepare for sundays us at gram freight. ah
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ah ah, welcome back. it's now time to sport and he is peace. thank you so much. a new venue for next year's war cap has been opened. here in doha of the mama stadium will hold games in the group stage through the quarter finals in 2022. but for fridays and all your ration and played host to the biggest match in katara domestic football, the a mere cup final at saw to will. cup winners. go head to head as coaches. former france defend laura blanca in charge at el rey. i am in spain and barcelona hero chevy leading our son. yes. me school. the 1st goal at the new said him for el rey
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on a penalty and other sport kick level the match before it had to be settled by shootouts on sud. eventually coming out on talk with young will young, missing the winning penalty. it's the 18th time also have won the me a cup, extending their record as the club to have one or more times than any one else. sports corresponding janet gush, roscoe was pitched by before the game and told us a few more details about the new stadium. the altima stadium is a 40000 pizza stadium and it's the 5th to be ready for the well cut in counselor in 2022. it's also the only state that was designed by a country architect and that has a real local flavor about it. if you look at the design it rounds and it has a very intricate field to it, and it's actually based on this, it's a good idea. and it's a traditional piece of our head, whereas you can see it looks really similar to the stadium, is owned by men and boys across the middle east. and it's designed to symbolize
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really a unity between all the different arab countries for the middle east. first world cup with 13 months to go. all infrastructure is, i think with 98 percent ready completed. whether we're talking about transportation, i c, t, or otherwise. and here's a stadium where the 1st quarter of next year, all stadiums will be ready, functioning and operational as well. we have a very big test head of us, which is the our cup in november, december of this year. and we will be testing our operational plans and models were scheduled to host what i hope to be the biggest celebration at least definitely in the region, but hopefully globally in 2020 to the other interesting thing about the stadium is it is a $40000.00 fee to say to him now when it will host welcome gains, a lawyer up to the courts finals that also that $20000.00 seats from the stadium will be shipped out to other countries to keep the legacy going from this well cut . and that was the promise is made when castle won the world cup, hosting writes manchester city boss pep, guardiola has slammed the treatment of football managers in the wake of steve
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bruce's exit from newcastle. the 60 year old left his role as head coach on wednesday. 2 weeks after the club was taken over by a saudi arabian back consortium, bruce, her son said that he may quit management after abuse from fans. affected his mental health, but body ela has urged him to ignore the negative comments. i would say the managers we are, we are treated worse than the worst, but is a sometimes a reflection of the society for today the social me than everywhere. and every one is accepted to say a terrible thing. so steve, bruce and other managers want to try to do the best for the teams for the club, for the friends, for everything, for the job, for themself, and sent them to wind, sent them to loose. and nobody's. nobody's there to be to retreat like sometime to was 3 them namibia have qualifying for the 2nd round of crickets. t 20 woke up known as the super twelves just 2 days ago. they registered their 1st ever victory
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at an i c. c tournament. by beating the netherlands on friday, they defeated island a test nation heavily fancy to have won this match up to restricting the irish to 100. 258 namibian captain carter last. must it 53. not out in a steady run. chase. former south africa, all rounded david visser hit the winning runs with 9 balls to speak to will anchor were already assured of a place in the next round and a dead rubber against the netherlands. they embarrassed the dutch by boating, them all out for just 40 fall into an overs. that's the 2nd lowest score would a t 20 woke up. unfortunately for the men in orange, they also hold the record for the lowest davis for $39.00 all out. and remarkably enough that was also against the sri. lankan said the 2014 world cup, the asian side winning by 9 wickets here with 12.5 overs to spare. sticking with trigger but switching formats india and england's postpone test match will now take place in july. next year. the 4th and final game of the series was called off last
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month, 2 hours before the start of lay of the coven 19 outbreak in the india camp. it is being moved from manchester to birmingham. jesus shed ruling conflicts, india lead that series to one to baseball. and an epic performance by chris taylor has kept the la dodgers alive in the playoff series against the atlanta braves. taylor smashed 3 home runs in game 5, which the defending world series champions needed to win to avoid elimination. only 10 other players in history of had 3 homers in a post season game. that includes a babe ruth, the dodges when 112 and cut had lent as lead to 3 to over all of the series now heads back to atlanta, where the braves will have 2 more chances to reach their 1st will theory. since 1999 to formula one and val teddy brought us set the fastest pace in 1st practice at the united states grand prix. but s's mercedes t make. louis hamilton trails dutchman max for stopping in the driver,
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standing by 6 points with 6 races remaining in one of the closest title races for years. so has their relationship changed the season as their rivalry intensifies? like last year we would see each other. the tracking was say, hi, we did the same thing this time, this year as no different for me personally for stuff, and that may not be hamilton's favorite person, but he's certainly well liked by spectators. in a recent global survey of ever 167000 fans, he was voted most popular driver. my life is completed. that's what i always wanted . and now i can happily retire. but actually only 12 people voted. yeah, makes sense? probably all my friends know, i mean it's of course, very nice to see funds voting for you, but of course, that's not what i'm here for you. i'm here to win races and try to do the best i can, but it's great that there are 12 people out there who like me. so actually maybe 13
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if i like i would be okay, we'll leave it there for now. i'll be here again in a couple of hours with another sports news updates associates, thanks so much pisa. well, that's it for me and associates a and her, but i'll hand you as a marion and london. we'll have more news in just a minute. ah mm hm. in the country with an abundance of resource raid already won indonesia who's this concerns? for me? we move pool to grow and fraud. we balance for green economy, blue economy, and the digital economy with the new job creation law,
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indonesia is progressively ensuring the policy reform to create quality jobs invest . let me park when denise is growth and progress in indonesia. now, on counting the cost, the g $20.00 debt relief deal, which was supposed to help poor countries, but ended up lining the pockets of private investors. also, how our demand for goods is leading to arrive in force and child labor. and from exporting cocaine, cannabis lobbies, ambitious to self medical marijuana, counting the costs on al jazeera in the next episode of planetary swiss ahead of the upcoming un climate conference, will be heading deep on the ground and up into the air. get a new perspective of the changing face of the coal mining industry in poland. will report on illegal logging in romania and explore how catastrophic wildfires in greece since created new problems that all feed into the destructive cycle of extreme weather. joyless for planets, s o. s. on al jazeera. you know,
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