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rage is to save the environment above ground. what does the future hold for the men who earn their living beneath it? ah witness. at the coal face on al jazeera, ah, a diverse range of stories from across the globe. from the perspective of our networks, journalists on al jazeera, ah, as strikes by if you have his military force, then you went to spend all flights to tag rise capital mckelly, after an 8 plane is forced to turn back. ah, hello, i'm mary. i'm to mozy in london, you're watching al jazeera, also coming up on the program. we consider the behavior of the bellows government
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as a hybrid detect the people used by lucretia ankle of victims, european frustration with bella. ruth grows, but the chief says i'll be no funding of barbed wire and waltz. hollywood, hollywood started baldwin, says his heart is broken off to fatal shooting a cinematographer on a film set in new mexico and trying to get life back to normal on la palmer but volcanic ash, conscious, be swept under the carpet. ah, the u. n. a suspended all flights to the capital of ethiopian take my region off to government as strikes forced one of its 8 planes to abort. it's landing. if european military struck the capital of the rest of the northern region for the 4th time this week, as fighting is intensifying, the ones previously accused the government of effectively blockading in preventing
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vital aid from getting in. unicef says the number of children going hungry has surged when more than 18 and a half 1000 admitted to hospital was severe malnutrition, between february and august. that's more than double the whole of last year. are you any humanitarian light that departed addis ababa this morning was 1st forced to turn back in the midst of it by the asked rights began in the campaign. i can confirm that the government was informed of that site where it took off as of course. okay. we'll say confirmed that the fight was forced to turn back in mid air because of the events on the well, i still ascertaining all of the facts in relation to this events are obviously banned about what has taken place today. and what it means me monitoring operations in northern moving forward to grind forces of paraded hundreds of captured government soldiers and allied malicious through the regional capital mckelly. thousands of trucks made their way through the streets while celebratory gunfire
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and horns went off. is the latest in a series of escalations in the year long war. the u. n says thousands of people have been killed since last november, and more than 2000000, and now displaced. will samuel get a chew as a journalist in the if you haven't, capital i this other burn. he says it's difficult to get the full picture from either the federal government or the tig wry people's liberation front. the t p l f . decided serious allegations that the un and even the fuel and human rights commission, which is a government agency, said they would look closely and investigate and find out exactly what happened. you know, for the good part of the year, we had no access to the, to great region. we haven't had access for the money weeks since june. so again, it's allegations going back and forth between the ethiopian side and the t p and left. but what we know for certain as that 1000000. so if your parents have become displaced, there are condition so far, farm and that's going on,
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not just within to grade, but within the hour for region and i'm part of a region. so a conflict up begun and to dry as really heading to other regions and making it a real concern. ethiopians foreign near they to a been side and says that she left out preventing aid from heading to the region, the japan side accuser. so for some of the you and agencies, and even among the few of them at some mainstream, concerned that the u. n. is providing resources to the t p a left and that the peer left is accusing ethiopia of really preventing it from arriving to it's region. so it's one of those conflicts that you need to really be careful and without a way to verify some of this allegations, it's really, really difficult to know. the fact, ah, european union says that it's very concerned about the growing number of refugees
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and migrants crossing in the plot from that a roost to keep the country's government of what it called, state sponsored smuggling. the issue dominate to discussions on the final day of the european leda summit. but the chief says, helping of funding of bob wise, a wolf dash bought reports from brussels. as frustration with belarus grows in the block. some european leaders did not hold back on the last day of a summit in brussels. they accused president alexander lucas jenko, of running a human trafficking ring and weapon ising migration, by helping people to cross and legally into neighboring countries. to be see the harbor to attack or of bella ross regime, which is continued, which is becoming more and more aggressive. receive is up for salvation efforts to be see or pry earn try soft bar ocean regime to find new connections, new destinations. the u says uminski is flying people mainly from the middle east
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into barrows, and helping them to cross the border into the block by a poland, lithuania and latvia. what are you in luxembourg prime minister called on leaders to respect people's rights a day after an 8th person died on the border, where conditions for migrants are greenberg. some countries want to build a board offense for after the meeting. you leaders agree to strengthen boarders and impose more sanctions on minsk. we consider the behavior of the below us government as a hybrid attack. the people used by lucas shanker of victims. we must help them. no one's life should be used for political issues. and this is an instrument elevation of migration. to pull it put to political pressure on the european union. we will keep up the pressure on the lucas ankle regime. the problem with the european union's borders is not so much that we don't have an off border guards or
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order. we don't have enough fences. da da da, real problem is that when people manage to enter illegally on you territory a dead, they are fairly certain that they will be able to stay even if they do not have a right to stay with better versus actions widely seen as retaliation for existing you sanctions some one to where the more penalties are likely to stop minsk, but how to tackle migrations long been a source of division in the block. at her last summit is german chancellor, anglo merkel expressed regret. but after so many discussions, the e u has yet to come up with a coherent migration plan. natasha butler al jazeera brussels rush has been blamed after moldova declared a state of emergency or the gas shortage is the move back by parliament means the country can outsource cheaper gas from other suppliers. it's been unable to agree a deal with the russian state and gas from gas. from after it raised prices, asked,
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week albania, also put in place an emergency plan to deal with europe's energy crisis. prices of surged almost 600 percent across europe because affairs, the current low storage levels will be insufficient winter or gunman of killed at least 7 people in n. she had several others at a re hanger, refugee, camp, and bangladesh. the attack happened in the early hours of friday morning at a religious school in cox as bizarre. several teachers and a student were among those killed. one person has been arrested. it's falling refugee settlements and become increasingly violent with armed groups vying for power. last month the prominent rang elidah was shot dead in the camp. i don't want them to do that. another link, these miscreants are members of the air, can ruin go salvation army. they are living in these camps. now the situation is we have to support them. it will have to join forces with them or we'll have to leave the camps tangled, shouting as the latest. now from caca we can confirm that 7 people were shot dead
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and their names been published. and we know at least a dozen people were seriously injured. one person, as you mention in a report that has been detained, we don't know if he was directly involved the did find a weapon with him. now there was a reaction from the foreign minister of bangladesh. he said that the security forces, if needed, should use lie bullard, in order to stop what he calls her, a ramp and drag and arm stayed at the camp. this came just a few hours ago from the foreign minister. the situation is quite alarming in the camp. ah, since i miss her more able, less killing in the beginning of this month. aah! the security forces are still doing an operation. insulin, the can, as we spoke to our context within the camp, they said that most of the rowing us are staying inside their home because they're fearful. many people might be detained. we were in the camp or beginning of this month when mr. mobile, i was kill talking to various community leaders on there. oh, hang up,
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people that we know over the years, they said they're scared actually now because there are a lot of internal feud between at least 3 sub separate organization, a sort of like a tough war for power. aside from these are a gang warfare. those involve eggs, small fraction of the communities involved in drug trafficking, from me and mar, also their involve in on shop a king. even those fire incident last year, they said they were actually not just sab accidental. they were deliberately set up out of, you know, arrest between different groups. hollywood star, alec baldwin, says he is fully cooperating with a police investigation, often fatally shot, a cinematographer and wounded a director when he fired a proc on, on a new mexico movie set. so far, no charges have been filed after visiting police. baldwin tweeted, oh no words to convey his shock and sadness. i with a tragic accident that killed helena. hutchins. he said he was in touch with
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hutchins, his husband saying his heart was broken for him. unless some victoria gayton be reports the shooting happened here at a 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 weston in which alec baldwin placed the lead. they're investigating how it was fired and what project all came out of it. 2 people were hit, helena hutchins, 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 when i was in you responsible for those walks by arms. every time i did use one, he's going to be there, but i will not disappear or go anywhere. if they were to go somewhere, you leave a firearm with the armoire. he will give this vision training needed for the stop
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billman with ongoing training with advising the director. i'm sir, 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 crow. 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 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. a no arrests have been made. helena hutchins has been described by colleagues as a brilliant talent who was committed to art into film. she was named as a rising star by the american society of cinematographers 2 years ago. the company
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making the movie say they're providing counseling services to every one connected with it. victoria gate and b algae. they're select on the program. desperate, please have people to get vaccinated as covert infections and deaths climb to new record highs in russia. flag raising ceremonies and national security. low training are the chinese government plans to re educate hong kong students. ah now dramatic thunderstorms and new south wales, 2 days in a row have gone off shore and i don't think we'll see a repeat of that. we have got more thunder activity and most of the north and australia where it's been particularly hot. recently this tim sitting was stopped
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temper and the southerly breeze means it's still not as warm as it could be in melbourne. and you might be out in the streets, but showers about throughout victoria in pers, temperatures were on the rise up to about $25.00 degrees than 20 not on sunday. so they are still on the rise and the some improvement in the weather from the point of view, a few showers in victoria during sunday, and has had north. now, as the monsoon rains are coming slowly southward, they are generally replaced by the ne monsoon, a dry ish wind, but the time being to combine, we got a lot of rain the coast of vietnam the last next couple days. even a potential circulation. i think just west of the philippines that might turn into something if nothing else is just a lawful lorraine, and is heading towards cambodia or sudden viet nam. and as a monsoon trough decisions through india, we left really with the potential for yet more writing cur, valero karnataka, and on the north coast of sri lanka. but equally, there's more like to weather in northern pakistan with significant start in the
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martin's ah, on counting because the g 20 deaf relief deal, which was supposed to help poor countries, but ended up lining the pockets of private investors. also how to mom for goods is leading to arrive in force that child labor from exploiting co time cannabis lobbies ambitions to self medical marijuana. counting recalls on al jazeera, we understand the differences in the genes of cultures across the world. so no matter what moves here with the news and current for that matter to you, lou. ah,
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welcome back, a look at the main stories now. the u. n. is suspended all flights to the capital of ethiopian tag. why region off to government as strikes for supplying, carrying vital aid to abandon its landing a. it says the number of children going hungry is searched with an effective aid blockade. the european union says it's extremely concerned about the growing number of refugees and migrants crossing from bella. ruth leed is attending a summit, accused the country of state sponsored smuggling. the act to alec baldwin says there are no words for his shock off to he shot and killed a member of a film crew with a prompt gun blaine. hutchins died off to what's been called a tragic accident. and now the day has brought new records have roches, western and corona virus outbreak have been over a 1000 new deaths and more than 37000 new infections reported on friday. jonah hall reports rotter's cove at $900.00,
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something the authorities can no longer ignore each day. this week has produced record numbers of infections and deaths. forcing the return of some restrictions. russians themselves are having to reckon with a low vaccination rate and high levels of misinformation. what is no notion, seymour or new story? it's a very sensitive issue, a burning issue for all health care. why? because we read what from social media and see the most negative information coming from our country citizens regarding vaccination pop over at hospital number 23 and the city of nation. novgorod, the i, c u is full of cobra patients, most unvaccinated. only a 3rd of the population has taken up the offer of a russian may jab. russia was the 1st country to announce the vaccine last year, but public mistrust largely dating back to the soviet era has kept many people away . ria who is above oscar wisdom rewards. they came for our grandmother. she was 83
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. she died right away after catching it. she wasn't vaccinated. i'm begging all the russians, please get vaccinated because it's really dreadful and dangerous. president putin has ordered offices to close for a week at the beginning of november, the 1st national restrictions since the early months of the pandemic last year. why the lockdown measures have been announced for the capital moscow with a vaccine passport system being introduced in saint petersburg. but the new measures along with renewed appeals to get vaccinated come in the face of widespread public apathy. come when you are the witness of sheila until we can tackle the root cause the driver of this rise in cases, nothing will change and that's the mandatory mosque wearing and it's facts a nation. only these 2 components will add up to a formula for success. last year's early lockdown was unpopular and drove the economy into recession since then, mixed messaging on state run media has fueled public. skip. this is the time may
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have come for the kremlin to gamble with its approval ratings. if it's to stem a rising, covey tide, jonah whole al jazeera new zealand prime minister says cova 19 lockdown measures will be lifted once 9 in 10 people are fully vaccinated. so far, only about 7 and 10 eligible people have had 2 jobs. country been grappling with an outbreak of the delta various since august wine. hey, reports from toronto. oakland is the economic center of new zealand, but for more than 2 months it's been largely at a standstill. following years, ellen's 1st outbreak of the delta, very into cove at 19 keeping it locked down much longer is unsustainable, 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
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outbreaks of the virus using fewer restrictions and no more nation wide loc downs. it's signals and in 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 would review the situation at the end of november, which may be too far away for those wanting a quicker end to coven locked downs. australia's 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,
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more than any other in the world murdering sort of separated from orator for so long as it's super enough to be back to that i'm. it's a sunny day. perfect. it's 6th and probably last lockdown was lifted as the vaccination rate, past 70 percent. wayne. hey, al jazeera toner, new zealand mosques in iran, capital of health friday prayers for the 1st time in a year and a half. they'd been suspended through multiple waves of corona virus infections. iran is the worst hit country in the middle east. more than 100. 24000 people have died of coven vaccinations. of recent accelerated when nearly 28000000 iranians receiving their 2nd jobs. while schools in hong kong have been told to play the chinese national anthem as parts of an effort to force close bonds with the rest of the country, critic st. marks a further erosion of the territories freedoms. while mcbride has this reports,
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ah, school life in hong kong has quickly come to reflect the change is taking place. citywide from next year 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 national security aimed attending months of social unrest and riots? critic say the law has severely curbed free speech, but the probate gin camp says it's restored order and students must learn about it . you wonder to teach the young generation to learn more about why we need the national security. i think every country they must have their
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national security law bigger, paul tapped their people, put out the country. so iving, hong kong is not a sensor at the height of the protest, some of the most violent clashes happened on 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 that 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,
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during the protests, carrie led a boy cart of classes at her high school and says, teaching the national security law will undermine critical thinking. first of all, i think this has limited what our thoughts in learning and studying. i think we do not have any freedom of thought, freedom of speech in the future, but this time she won't be taking any action to do so, could cost her her freedom. robert bride al jazeera hong kong, the one well 3 programs has global hunger will rise massively due to climate change . it's a warning that extreme weather will lead to displacement as people search for food . ms. nicholas reports from central booking. foster already led to rise and armed conflicts in parts of africa. it's only you in helicopter that we travel to the city of kaya in central burkina faso, the to our road journey from what we do has become too dangerous,
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even for humanitarian workers. the threat is the arm group, the slum estates in the greater sahara. under escort and bullet proof cars. we travel to see ricky, a village that has something armed groups, wants and villagers need a well abundant in water at the height of the harvest season. can darren war, those village in the north of the country was attacked by members of the icily affiliate. they killed farmers and herders install their prod. you sent animals. she fled south, but then came a series of droughts. she fled again following the clouds, hoping for rain in searching for a place to plan her crops less. when the rain never came, the season hasn't brought what we expected. i'm worried about the climate because if there's less rainfalls and groups will attack for our crops. more than a 1000000 people are displaced in burkina faso after fling both arm groups and the changing climate. the temperature in some areas has reached
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a record 50 degrees celsius. a tiny rise in temperature has a devastating impact on production. look at this is sorghum normally considered a resilient and strong cereal, but where at 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 halfmoon small pits from 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 routes 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
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climate change as the cop 26 conference in glasgow, kim daren waldo, will be on the move for her fighting hunger means walking hundreds of kilometers and breathing. the threat of arm groups in soaring temperatures. for this water in this changing climate, in this a hell it become a resource. people are ready to die for nicholas hawk al jazeera, the gere ricky nathan terrorism is vital for the spanish island of la paloma. but for more than a month now, it's been hit hard by the erupt, income rail via a volcano. the looking at life, it just off the volcano,
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which she can see it's still very active. love her is devastated a relatively small area. but it's the ash that is causing widespread disruption. and is alexander lush reports. danger is an attraction all of it. so 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 candidate our product. at a nearby cafe blanca assario says it makes it harder to keep customers happy. 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 clean it immediately, but the ash falls again. the debris from kimbry beckers month along the russian is
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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 upon us. 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 road blocks. they're worried, some people are trying to cross into the exclusion zone to take photographs, look at it well, but very concerned. mean, some people are come in too close to their con, unlock what they call center, or must have danger of gas can be concentrated, which can affect a long term health, or even made them pass out completely out of my office and see either columbia despite the danger people are still coming to the island. some drawn to the foot of
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the volcano. i am older exciting because the new fast boston i grew came. we stay 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, they ah, look at the main stories now. and the united nation suspended all flights to the capital of ethiopia as tegra region. after one of its 8 planes was forced to abort a landing by government as strikes. now the un has previously accused the government of an effective blockade on the region. preventing aid from getting in, you know.


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