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a decade later, the same happened in the us state of oregon. these helicopters flying over the ridge, spraying something near the name and see the case. the 2 women are still fighting for justice against some of the most powerful forces in the world. the people this is agent orange coming soon on al jazeera lou. ready airstrikes why, if you have his military force, the un to suspend 8 flights to t gray region, raising phase of a worsting humanitarian crisis. ah, i remember on call this out there alive from doe. the you and moans of mass are trusted. he crimes in myanmar admit reports were trick build up in the countries
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north and israel labels 6 palestinian rights groups is terror organizations accusing them of aiding on groups. and cattle involves a new venue for next year's world, full cup. ah, a conflict between government forces in t grain rebels in ethiopia, northernmost state is intensifying. the un has suspended all 8 flights. the region after one of its plains was forced to turn back to the government airstrikes. there are warnings the fighting could add to an already grave food and fuel crisis. laura burton, manually reports ah, the sound of celebrate re gunfire, rings out into great capital mckelly as captured governments soldiers, a corralled and truck and paraded. mccalla has been the epicenter at
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conflict between government forces and to grind rebels for almost a year. air strikes have been raining down on the city for 4 days, and the government says it's aiming at military targets. some local reports say it's also hitting civilian infrastructure for the good part of the year, we had no access to the to gray region. we haven't had access for the money weeks or since june. so again, it's allegations going back and forth between the japan side and, and the t p a left. but what we know for certain as that many or so feet your pants have become displaced. there are conditions so far famine the latest air strikes have forced the you and to a bought a humanitarian flight from landing. i think this illustrates just one more example of the direct impact of conflict on our humanitarian operations. plain and simple.
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um, right now, our flights are suspended, the lack of access for fuel trucks, for cash, all the basic necessities that fuel our humanitarian operations are so we can help the millions of people in te grey dr. the mckelly is ada referral hospital are seeing firsthand the effects of a severe shortage of food, and few worried parents sit by the beds of their children and asthma. good at the doctors. tell me she's malnourished. my daughter is sick and i'm terrified for her . the un says acute malnourishment among children has searched in the to grey province. it says the conflict ravage region has descended into the wall. it's worth hunger crisis in a decade with a little nest. he's wounded because of war and suffering from lack of food. and
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there's no clear and in sight while, unless say government forces and grand rebels remain far from a compromise. many remain vulnerable to starvation, disease, and dangers of a protracted conflict. nor got manly out his era. though they'll contact leave the stop t great founding campaign for refugee international. he says both sides need to engage with international aid groups and provide humanitarian access. i think like the explosion today's today's attack and the forcing the humanitarian aircraft to turn around is yeah. enter the symbol of the, the lack of respect for the humanitarian community, the united nations, and then jose working to serve the people at b, b o. b. it will continue to reduce the amount of relief assistance going to be able to deliver on ground whether it be an integrate or a far or, and i'm horror. i think the united nations security council has
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a great responsibility as it relates to international peace and security. i would hope that the security council would meet to yet again, review this information, these events and push to either address this formerly. as a matter on the security council docket, or to start addressing this through the form of, of more course of action alongside with member states of the united states, european union and the like the efforts of member states to engage with the governor. and it's a grand defense force to, to have a conversation to engage in. negotiated settlement continues to grow, but this needs to be done at hyper speed, and it's going very slowly so far the united nations. it says it says mass atrocity crimes in myanmar, as thousands of troops gather in the north of the country. the un special rapids her on me and laura says a new report also shows the military government as engaged in probable crimes
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against humanity and war crimes. more than 1100 civilians have been killed, a more than 8000 people have been arrested since february coo. let's get more on this with simon bill unless he is the executive director of the international campaign for their ringer and joins us from washington. d. c. simon, is this the beginning of the civil war in the north of the country? well, there's always been a civil war and me and mom and dad, this is the year. the military are opening up a fresh front in ah, the battle to try and stay in power since they seized power and the military crew back on february 1st. but the u. n. have also said, actually that this probable crimes against humanity, war crimes wells, can the un do? what can the international community do? it seems like you say it's thought just, it's a new front and
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a world has been going on for such a long time. them been able to stop in so for one things of the adage, nash created, he can do is cut the flow of money that the me a mar, milton receives from oil and gas companies like chevron total energy is and pasco, if the international community was to cut off his biggest source of hard currency for the regime. then not that would strike her a very clear blow and would stop him from getting the money they need to maintain their grip on power. but the, the generals been in power for so long and even if they're not in power officially they always, they also own a lot of the industry. i mean, they just the only game in town. how do you stop? lo makes them. that's what makes the me, in my military so vulnerable sanctions, is that if they have a business ambar and so you can now go after their business interests are
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as well as making sure that they don't get money. that should be going to do my government of me, but that hasn't happened. and sanctions have proved to be well, no pressure, but not enough pressure here. and that's why we need the, the sanctions we've never had before, which is cutting off the flow of money from yawning gas pipelines. and, you know, this is something that it would be relatively simple to do. if for instance, the united states were to block on this flow of hard currency going into the me and mar, melcher as a bank accounts. so, and bill us there in washington, d. c. thank you very much and thank you. now the u. s. as it will seek information from israel about as move to designate 6 palestinian society
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groups as the terrorist organizations. banjos targeted include leading palestinian human rights groups are loc and other men, as well as a research center, as well as accuse them of funnelling money to an armed group. these ready defense ministry says the band engineers have ties of the popular front for the liberation of palestine. holiday again b as a senior fellow at the middle east institute and the director of the palestine program. he says his role is labeled groups is terrorists because they exposed human rights violations. when you dig down in terms of the criteria that these really used to designate these groups, you find that it's, it's quite a tenuous connection that they've made. there are several degrees of separation. i think it's, it seems pretty clear that these are organisations are annoying to israeli authorities because they shine a bright light on israeli human rights violations. and they also do the same with
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palestinian human rights violations by the palestinian authority. they are generally widely seen as credible in the international community in by other governments, by, by civil society groups around the world. i think this, i think to most people looks like a pretty transparent attempt to shut down criticism and accountability by, by civil society groups. it's the same sort of thing that you see in an authoritarian regime is elsewhere in the region. the social, oh boy says talks i was serious constitutional reforms have failed to make any meaningful progress. discussions between the government, the opposition and civil society groups ended without the date being set for further talks. the groups been trying to draft a new constitution to facilitate
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a un supervised elections. so headed out 0, a gene calls and people get vaccinated in russia offer another day of record. corona, virus, death and infections. and hollywood saw alec baldwin says his heart is broken off to fatal shooting a cinematographer on a film set in new mexico. ah it another beautiful sunny day at 35000 feet. the weather sponsored by cattle airways voted world's best air line of 2021. is probably a smell of winter in the air, never east asia, a northerly breeze temperature on their way back down to where they should be. they went well below for a time in hong kong and even on saturdays. 22 as it should be. 27. that just slowly warm up there are few shower still around was this wind gets established,
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particularly, you'll notice entire one, but for most a china, the korean peninsula, japan, the sun is out by the in the sunday. that's true. mostly further west. a hint are raised to in the northeast of india and min more more of a hint on the coast of viet nam and the central philippines will at circulation. where would suggest a lot of rain mostly over the water, but it's got to go somewhere and it looks like cambodia. sudden viet nam, it is something louse, will be the focus. the monsoon is going south out of india now, but it's had a couple of anomalies recently. huge amount rain as you know, philip in nepal and or a kind and there's more snow to come. this is further north. now pakistan where rain also might fall and come down towards new delhi come sunday. that is an anomaly, but not as bad as the last one, but i suggest we're still see more flooding, but it's more likely for the south in carola and connecticut. the northeast wants you to try to set up with hasn't yet established itself. the weather sponsored by
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d one is suspended all 8 flights into if you have his t great region that's off to you and plane was forced to turn back because of government as strikes. it's the 4th day of air raids this week on the to grow and capital mikaela the united nations that says it phase mass atrocity crimes, and yan mall as thousands of troops gather in the north of the country view and special repertoire. as also warned, the military governments is engaged in probable crimes against humanity and more view or says 8, we'll see more information from israel about his move to designate palestinian civil society groups as terrorist organizations. as well as accused groups of funnelling money to another group. now the print, european union says, is extremely concerned about the growing number of refugees, a migrants crossing into the block from belarus, if the king minsk, of what it calls a state sponsored smuggling. the issue as dominated talks on the final day of
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a leader summit in brussels and thought about the ripples as frustration with bella royce, 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 hybrid to attack her of belarus regime, which is continued, which is becoming more and more aggressive. receive is of her salvation efforts, the c, l pri, erm try soft bar ocean regime to find new connections, new destinations. the u says uminski is flying people mainly from the middle east into bearers, and helping them to cross the border into the block by a poland, lithuania and latvia. what are you in luxemburg prime minister called on leaders to respect people's rights a day after an 8th person died on the border,
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where conditions for migrants are grand. some countries want to build a board offense for after the meeting. you leaders agree to strength and borders 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 instrumentality, zation of migration, to pull it put to political pressure on the european union. we will keep up the pressure on the low caching collision. and the problem with the european union's borders is not so much that we don't have an off border guards or order. we don't have enough fences. da da da, real problem is that when people manage to enter illegally on you territory a dad, they are fairly certain that they will be able to stay even if they do not have
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a right to stay with one of us. his actions widely seen as retaliation for existing you sanctions, someone to weigh the more penalties and likely to stop minsk. but how to tackle migrations long been a source of division in the block. at our last summit is german chancellor, anglo merkel, expressed regret that after so many discussions, b e u has yet to come up with a coherent migration plan. natasha butler, al jazeera brussels service and spoke to my grants in the german city of lips, saying, who made the journey to the you viable? the ruse more passed them. and hussein managed to reach germany after spending weeks in no man's land between poland and bellows. both of them for the war and yemen and reached malaysia. it was there, they heard of a new gateway into the e. u. travel agent selling visa, invitations from ballard. the sofa agent is its normally, they have office and they work for 10 years. but
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they concert the glow, see an agents my pass, i'm and hussein paid $1000.00 us dollars each to travel agents and took a plane to minsk from their attacks. he took them to the border with poland. they spent weeks in the forest between poland and bellows. the beauregard from both countries pushed him back and forth across the border. they say the bell ocean, god refuse to let them return to men. they told us, you will, you will, i will kill you here. you will be, di, know, minutes. you will go to borland for you. yes. and they told us they cut, they give us cut her. they told us ok bullen from here. go and get to the cutlass. yes. the they give us the cutter to cut the power bird while we were stuck being sent back and forth between the 2 countries. the 20 de valuations would tell the thinker to poland
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a polish for tenants to go the opposite direction to. but of us on the 20 days we have no access to food or water and pollution polluted either point by weapons or peaches repeatedly tell us to get back to poland. but the pay was captured by the polish police again and brought back to the border. we told them below this border is so dangerous. take us. so anyway, they, they said we don't care, go to the hell after finally making it into fall. and they took the taxi to the german border where they were detained by the german police. lachelle. it's a great feeling, especially when mature police caught his eye, they welcomed us and told us, you are now safe and secure in our hands. what are some and who sign, have applied for asylum in germany? where they hope they can start a new life away from the war in the country? having barely so fight their ordeal, they are urging other refugees not to travel to europe through battle. ruth
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steadfast and al jazeera lipsy. there's been violence in pakistan during demonstrations by supporters are banned political group members of that eager la bike pakistan known as the tale pier, demanding the release of their leader, sod. hussein rizzi. he was arrested earlier this year for inciting violence. 2 policemen were killed during scuffles with protesters. inlaw. dozens of people are missing and to pull off to trench reins, cause major flooding and landslides. more than a 100 people have been killed and homes and crops have been destroyed. rescues hope and improvement in weather will help their efforts. hundreds, the workers of storm, the headquarters of the state own ports company in the democratic republic of congo . the protest to say that had been paid him on 3 years. police and fire tear gas into the building as work as smash windows and burn furniture. the stuff have been
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on strike since october and the number of new kind of virus cases continues to rise in russia, reported a record number of deaths for a 4th day in a rope. during the whole. now reports russia's coded $900.00 surgery, 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 having to reckon with a low vaccination rate and high levels of misinformation. one is no notion, fear more or schnells, but it's a very sensitive issue. a burning issue for all health care walk is because we read what's on social media and see the most negative information coming from our country citizens regarding vaccination pop over here at hospital number 23 in the city of nations. novgorod, the i, c, u is full of coven 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.
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but public mistrust largely dating back to the soviet era. has kept many people away. vehicle is above oscar. listen. they came for our grandma. she was 83. 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 switch up the 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
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a formula for success. last year's early locked down was unpopular and drove the economy into recession since then. mixed messaging on state run media has fueled public skepticism. the time may have come for the kremlin to gamble with its approval ratings. if it's to stem a rising covey tide, jonah whole al jazeera ukraine is putting new restrictions in place as his current of our festal reaches and all the time. high foods and hotspots been ordered to close for 2 weeks. vaccine certificate or negative tests will be needed to access public transport and the capital here. that's how i government is targeting critics of it's kind of in 1900 vaccine plan with many ending up in jail. most have been charged with defining the monarchy as the king owns, the only firm producing jobs in the country. so high le has more from bangkok, the earlier this month supporters gathered in front of bangkok, reman prison, calling for the release of protesters jailed for royal defamation. or article
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$11.00 to $2.00 of those had been the only participants of a protest which resulted in them being held without bail. high, high government can get the oxygen, the government, a monarchy, and all the benefit at the protest in front of the headquarters. the pharmaceutical firm owned by thailand, king size bio science, the 2 protest this question, the government's move to award and fund its local astrazeneca vaccine production solely to the firm. the backbone of thailand, cove, in 19 response, when opposition m. p. 's asked for greater transparency, the government released the copy of the contract between astrazeneca and seen him by a sign. the critical sections of the contract were blocked out like the budget, the schedule for vaccine distribution and numbers of shots. a leading opposition figure also charged with royal defamation for criticizing the sign bias nice deal was officially read his charge last week and i was questioning the dispirited of
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this deal doubt whether it's beneficial to to the monarchy. because if there is any failure in the production, then the people will question the king as the ultimate or no other company. and he said the government's hands are tied to can't pursue legal action against psycho bio science with the king as the firm's head. in responding to a question from al jazeera, regarding the jailing, a peaceful activist for protesting outside sy of bio sciences headquarters, astrazeneca declined to comment. territory sees the government crackdown a public outcry about the deal to be a low point for the country, saying there are more royal defamation cases now than ever before. i think this is the edge of free. don't been dial n o one wireless group pushed for the charges against the 2 young protesters saying they're focused on the wrong issue. pulled up and i think the conflict of interest
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is not the issue that we should focus on. we have to focus on the current crisis, not the fact that the company will have the peyton and right to produce more vaccine in the future. so while governments and leaders around the world are working on ways to move on from the pandemic, adopting a policy of transparency about coven 19 thailand's government appears to be focused on putting people in prison, who are asking for that same openness. it's got hardly al jazeera, bangkok lewis ali baldwin says he's fully cooperating with the police investigation . the actor has fatally shot a cinematographer and wounded a director of to foreign, a prop gun on a movie set latoria gating be ripples. 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. please say a prop gum was fired during filming for the movie rust and 19th century weston in
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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 airlifted to hospital, but pronounced dead. the director jo sousa was also injured, but has since been released from hospital. so an arm was indeed responsible for those and pops firearms. every time an act using one she's going to be there. the actor will not disappear or go anywhere if they were to go somewhere, they leave the firearm with the armoire. he will give the submission training needed and for they stopped building with ongoing training with advising to the director. and sir is good. he read that you get these things happen in the shootings. a vague memories of an onset accident in 1993 when act brandon lay, son of the film star, briefly died after being fatally wounded by a prop gum filming the cro. his family tweeted
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a 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 and 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 making the movie say they're providing counseling services to every one connected with it. victoria gate and be al jazeera causes involved a new venue for next year's football. woke up all to mom of stadium in dirt hall will hold games in the group sage all the way through to the quarter finals in 2022
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. it's inaugural game, a played host to the biggest marching katara, domestic football, vimeo cup. final, all sports correspondent, a john, i got a raska was pitch side before the game. the alpha mama stadium is a $40000.00 seat, a stadium, and it's the 5th to be ready for the welcome. in cancer, in 2022. it's also the only state in that was designed by a catherine architect and it has a real local flavor about it. if you look at the design, it's round and it has a very intricate field to it. and it's actually based on this is a thea, and it's a traditional piece of arab head, where as you can see, it looks really similar to the stadium is worn by men and boys across the middle east. and it's the design is to symbolize really a unity between all the different arab countries in the middle east. first. well come with 30 months to go. oh, infrastructure is i think we're about 98 percent ready completed. whether we're talking about transportation, i see to your otherwise interstate is why the 1st quarter of next year, all stadiums will be ready, functioning and operational as well. we have
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a very big test ahead of us, which is the arb cup in november or december of this year and we will be testing our operational plans and model were on schedule to host what i hoped to be the biggest celebration at least definitely in the region, but hopefully globally in 2022. the other interesting thing about the stadium is it is a 40000 c to stadium now, and it will host well cut gains all the way up to the call to finals that off to that 20000 seats from the stadium will be shipped out to other countries to keep the legacy going from this world cup and that was one of the promises made when castle won the world cup hosting, right? ah, this out there on these, the top stories, the un suspended all 8 flights into ethiopia, t grey region that's off to you and plane was forced to turn back because of government as strikes as the full fe everit's this week on the to grand capital
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mckayla un humanitarian flight. the departed addis ababa this morning was burst forced to turn back in the.


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