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ah, hello, are you watching al jazeera? i'm emily angland, a reminder of our top stories this hour. italy's for my interior minister material sylvania is on trial for his role in blocking a migrant rescue ship. in 2019 is accused of kidnapping and abuse of authority. if i write politicians prevented it to vessels from docking for days, the un has suspended flights to ethiopia to grime region. that's after a plane carrying aid was forced to a board. it's landing because of a government air strike. and the un says it's it phase conflict in me and my is escalating after reports of military. john tay is sending tens of thousands of troops to the rest of north and north west for more on this. and the when also
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says that more than 8000 people have been detained since the crew in february, and 1100 civilians killed war and that now with our diplomatic edison james base, he sat down with the outgoing un special invoice for me and my christine schriner, bergen, now she spoke to him about the alarming number of protest is in prison. that this really terrible because i know the people also many who are now in prison and it's really so sad that nothing is moving. all you worried that this is either now or about to become a fully fledged civil war? yeah, that's my worry. because now the situation is different from 988 or 2006 because the people they had in the last 10 years, a certain freedom. and also now there are equipped with iphones and the social
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media are very active. and the main source of information in jamar, a facebook, twitter, and therefore they, if i follow this, then i see they are very determined not to keep up. and if they don't give up and if they are so angry to also use while ends than i think it goes on and on that the while and we create otherwise islands. and therefore i fear a full blown internal armed conflict. you say things are different this time and the civilian population is different this time. why then would the military give up power? they've got it because if they were going to give up power, they know with this population they would face accountability for the crimes. they committed? yeah. not. yeah. yeah, that's my guess that they don't want to keep up. and that was also the root causes
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off the cool because they realized we after the, a successful election of the and all the november last year, they realized on sunset she was very much determined to make now the reforms happen . and now the military realized, oh, she really wants to change the constitution changed citizen cheap blow. therefore we have to act and to change the situation to bangladesh. now and hindu activists have been rallying in the capital jacka against outbreaks of violence. and they, 6 people were killed at a hinder festival. earlier this month it followed claimed some wisdom. holy book, the koran was disrespected in the temple. they've also called for a hunger strike. they had been demonstrations by several different groups since communal clashes. 10 days ago. the government has deployed security forces in 34 at 64 districts. security has also been increased at hindu worship. sides,
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bangladesh is constitution, designates islam as the state religion. but it also upholds the principle of speculative secularism, hinders make up about 10 percent of the countries, nearly $100.00. 17000000 people rights activists have recorded more than 3000 attacks on the hindu minority since 2013 tanveer chandry ease at the demonstrations indica. harvey, for professor about sla and the capital ga gov. lately from all walks of life in those muslim 1st john would have done did report us again. what took place in love a muslim country against? saw him go bang augusta. they had her protest. the one justice, many of them out on a hunger side, we spoke to someone of protest or this is with all, isn't a holy hindu book was banned maintained as we killed my notice to women were raped
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. these incidents keep happening. one after the other. yet we never go to real justice. one of the cases suspect was arrested on thursday night, but people here said that the people behind the conspiracy should be brought to justice and forbid. suppose an advocate demand is of the state religion. this lumps should be abolished from the constitution. i'm going back to it. we were born here with taxpayers and contributed to the countries development in every sector. yet we're being attacked and marginalized in every way. now we're here to protest and flight for a survival. people believe those politics behind all this. they want the real people who are behind this time, it still be brought to justice, not just scape goat. if the justice is not met, there's no continuity brought us in coming days for analysis on these slides, bringing mach sheikh and gully. she is south asia directorate, human rights watch, and joins us from london. hello them and act she at. first of all,
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how long have these tensions been simmering away for dentures have been simmering for some time. as the reporter i just said there been some 3000 such cases reported on by human rights groups. this has been of, you know, something that has been brewing for a while and bitches abandoned by the, by the sort of trigger that occurred here. which as it, as the person that has been arrested, was, was a man who deliberately went and put the koran into in a, in a, him the shrine. which of course, was the boy was what upset people up into this violence. but a be, you know, i mean, i am encouraged by the fact that reminder that she civil society has come forward in the way that they have to deploy this kind of violence against the in the minority. how else are they d escalating the situation there? well, you know, a lot of the problem is that we are seeing this kind of religious violence of
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across many parts of the world. and almost always religious minorities are targeted and what it needs is for the state to take very clear positions that they will not tolerate. this kind of thing that there is public messaging for come communion hominy that people are that are responsible, are property prosecuted. and unless that happens, and the message goes down strongly from the state that it will uphold the constitutional protections that are provided to minority groups. these kind of triggers will continue to hum minority groups and act. she, how critical is this moment for the prime minister and her name to show how serious that she is about her commitments to democracy and human rights. well, you know, this is a prime minister that oh, you know, she fought for democracy in 1990 when there was a military government. i remember meeting her on the streets. she was in a she was on the streets demanding of democracy and promising to uphold the secular
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values that run the dish was created under by actually led by her father. so this is a big just, this is aware minority groups of trusted. her door is protect their rights and, and doug been and baptism major responsibility for her. unfortunately, we do see around again, it's not just her mother. there's been too many points of the word that there is a certain tendency of political leaders, abuse extremist groups of whichever faith. and that tends to up the them that might be something like a short term interest to make it a tour gains to do in force. but it does, it have credible hum, took to societies which are, which are fragile and did it that he balanced on the rights of years. and how much does social media play a role in these tensions, especially in these weights and attacks were fueled by online hate speech. how can that be mitigated as well? but this is something that is again of something that particularly facebook,
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which is very popular in bangladesh. has to take into account. these are not isolated incidents. we've seen the same thing. history like gardening and my in man murder. considering the muslim against re in sri lanka, against the wisdom step in india. there is up there that the platform has been used to promote hate and um, and that is what was done here. and bonded dish these, these videos were made of these images were made. you know, what was shared widely on, on that forms like whatsapp or, or, or ro, facebook and, and, and did incite people into, into feeling that their religious sir, that their religion had been now had been insulted. and, and was, was serving to him side to people. but, but in all of this though, the fact that any, why does lee please out in this way also reflects on the, on the way of the law and order situation in the country and how quickly it didn't decisions about able to respond in that we are also going to think about this
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government to, to also follow you and roost could not find disc minutely took to be in a bigger rights respecting approach that will protect the minority groups. will ensure that psycho divorce is good comment abuses and of again, it's encouraging that the national human rights commission has now been brought in to looking to this incident and hopefully all recommendations that the government would embrace. oh, we appreciate your insights, max, she can gully the south asia director at human rights watch. thank you. russia has reported a record number of convert 19 deaths for the 5th day in a rog, only about a 3rd of the population is vaccinated. one of the lowest rights in the world, president vladimir persians approved awake long at nationwide workplace shut down to try to prevent the spread of the virus join. a home report brought his cove at 900. something the authorities can no longer ignore each day. this week has
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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. what is no notion samara or she new story? 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 new novgorod, the i. c. u is full of coven patience, most unvaccinated. only a 3rd of the population has taken up the offer of a russian made jab. russia was the 1st country to announce vaccine last year, but public mis trust, largely dating back to the soviet era, has kept many people away. vehicle is above oscar. listen. they came for our grandmother. she was 83. she died right away after catching it. she wasn't vaccinated, i'm begging all the russians, please get vaccinated,
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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 have the witness, 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 vaccination. 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 skepticism. the time may have come for the kremlin to gamble with its approval ratings, if it's to stem
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a rising. covey tied jona whole al jazeera. the tyler, the tie. government is targeting critics if it's covered 19 vaccine plan with many ending up in jail. most have been charged with defaming the monarchy. the king arms the only fam producing jabs in the country. as got jaila reports from bangkok i earlier this month, supporters gathered in front of bangkok, reman prison, calling for the release of protesters jailed for royal defamation or article 11 to 2 of those had been the only participants of a protests which resulted in them being held without bail, high, high government can get their act together, the government, a monarchy, and all the benefits at the protest in front of the headquarters. the pharmaceutical firm, owned by thailand, king siam bios science. the 2 protest in 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,
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when opposition m. p. 's asked for greater transparency, the government released a 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 that a leading opposition figure also charged with royal defamation. for criticizing the sign, bias nights deal was officially read his charge last week and i was questioning the the spirit of 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, it can't pursue legal action against the bio science with the king as the firm's head. in responding to a question from al jazeera, regarding the jailing,
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a peaceful activist for protesting outside sign bio sciences headquarters, astrazeneca declined to comment. kenneth torn 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 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 patient 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. got hardly al jazeera, bangkok,
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still head on al jazeera england said to get their tea 20 well cup campaign underway. stay tuned. as far i will speak to one of their former captains coming up in scores. ah, plan it is approaching a tipping point. in the lead up to the cop 26 climate summit, al jazeera showcases programs dedicated to one veiling the realities, but the climate emergency. whitney screen films documenting the human experience on the front line planet at the west report from greenland on how the rapid rate of melting ice is having a profound effect on the population. people empower us why politicians have been so ineffective in fighting climate change. folk lines investigate horizon temperatures, appealing a war to war in the u. s. l just they were world shows how
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a community in senegal is dependent on the preservation of the natural resources. the screen takes the fight, the climate justice to our digital community, and up front he thought, demanding environmental accountability. the climate emergency a season of special coverage on al jazeera lou . ah, before we had to sport, we have a story about traditional music making a comeback in that libya. it's called maloof and it's played by bands on special occasions, including weddings and religious holidays. they used to be just a few performers, but that's all changing. malik china reports from tripoli. maloof
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in classical arabic means fashionable or familiar, but in libya, it's what they call traditional music. it usually include singing musical instruments and praises to god. use of no su was a prominent thinker of maloof and libya. he says, this type of music has a rich history here. then had that been of in my life, originated in andalusia, came to northern africa and made its way to libya, morocco algeria antennas. yet it's a simple form of music with few instruments. it's been passed on from generation to generation before it was only played you in religious occasions like to marvel it before they were only a few bands in libya, and they were all in tripoli. but now every city has numerous bands. this crowded tripoli have gathered for molar the prophet, muhammad birthday. they celebrate by singular mellow o maloof is not form that has deep roots in libya. it's very beautiful, and we enjoy it. the words poetic and speak of love and blessings. it touches upon
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our culture and tradition, and i hope it lives on through the generations to come. tells us where we came from, who we are, or heritage or culture. everything about a kind of gives you a sense of pride of where we come from. honestly it's, it's awesome, seeing all the faces out here in the songs and the dancing and everything like that . saucen for centuries, people of more stu, triple is old cities singing and dancing during this revered holiday. that tradition continues to this day. it's that events like this that you can feel house vessel and holland porter is delivering for additional living culture. hundreds of people are gathered here today thinking songs of tradition and spirituality. what if not just that events like this? my mother played also a book and mostly been wedding during this wedding. people enjoy their meals while listening to a live performance of maloof in the background use of phillip his father was one of
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the most famous middle fingers in libya's recent history. he's now continuing his father's legacy. his band is one of the most sought after during weddings in tripoli, over from one us of interesting that maloof is now a master, most social events like engagement parties, weddings, and even business conferences. young men and now learning to play musical instruments, but this is a trait that's in high demand. back at the moulded gathering and far from the politics of the visions of libya. these people celebrate through an ancient art form a tradition they hope will continue for generations to comp. now, trina ultra 0 true blue if time now for sport, he is farrah and lee. thank you so much. the main stages and the t 20 world car pam . just kicked off. thoughts. drill is match against south africa. has got under way in the last hour and abbot abbey. and later on in dubai, a clash of champions. 50 over world winners. england take on t 20 world cup holders. the west indies and tournament is happening in the u. e.
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and there were also some qualifiers in amman. it was moved in the middle east from india due to the crown of iris pandemic during, as now is former english one day captain adam holly oak, thanks so much for joining us out. what are you expecting from the england west indies match? that's an interesting game actually. england remind me of in red hot form with a very stable chain come off a lot of good full and recently the west indies. never quite show here and get with them because a must play off playing ground in 2020 turn the world. so they come together the last minute the very much and expect the side. i'm thinking maybe england with a more stable and well inside might get over there. the line a bit, the west indies. very danger. thank you. lead to england and the way before how different are the playing conditions there and does it have any effect on the
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matches? absolutely. yeah, they are very different. i think if we were playing the foreman in the u. k or a strain, you know, some of the favorites would be very different. i think that probably being strange, but with it being in the sub continent, i think the you know, the sometimes in teams very much come into spin, bowling, proper bachelor, ron and the kid is, i think it very, very big conditions. the gonna say the indian side, who i think, in my opinion, join favorites with england to take this one out. ok, i just just to pick up on not a bit any, any dar courses to win the turn men who's your pick. i don't know if they're they're very talented within the they always can come from anywhere. very towns,
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it's very powerful places they could, they could win it or they could come last one. hold on. they're the sort of the host of the such. i think the 2 favorites, if you are asking the bedding man, you'd probably, you probably don't for in the all england i think number the that's, that's the beauty about 20. that's why we love anyone. anyone when but i'll just say i'm from england on by. i'm going to say when i would say equal favor. all right, great to talk to adam holly oak as a former england one day captain. thanks again. he is in asters, have reached the world series for the 3rd time, and 5 seasons. here comes the oh, why? why don't you do it? they made the boston red sauce 5,
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nothing. in 6 of the american league championship series. the answers will play either the atlanta braves or the reigning world series champions, the dodgers, atlanta lead that series leading to you know, these guys built that we're going to get to this point. and it's a matter of belief. you know, before it happens, you have to believe it and you know, these guys believe basketball now and the alley lakers are playing down. any divisions within the team as their season continues to stumble. anthony davis and white howard had to be separated after an argument between the 2 turns physical that happened during a time out in their game against the phoenix suns. a game they want on to lose 115 to 105 lakers. and now lost both of their opening games of the season in a week with competitors. if you don't get a man a certain things on the floor that you feel i should have done better than i would or year for. so, you know, we'd like to has a ball club, we like adversity,
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like our varsity and i like it even more when to man in a team come together and, and talk about removal and us who were a man, do yoletta linger? you say what you got to say, hey you, you will, you talk about removal and us will reduce, know are so are into the top 10 of the english premier league. thank. so $31.00 went over aston villa on friday. the victory saw gone a star, thomas party scored his 1st goal for the north london club, but gunners are now on a 6th game on being streak in the league after losing their opening. 3 games. a oh, my to south is robert. we re, with louis hamilton continues to be red hot as formerly one cakes off a 2 part series in north america. ah, the video ignore it. alright, roll driver expresses,
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expressed his frustration towards his hot arrival during 2nd practice session in austin, texas. the 7 time champion who is 6 points behind for stopping in the overall standings overtook him in the final quarter. it was red bulls. sergio pres, though, who clocked the fastest time on friday. so it'll just bump in to find a ride compromise with the call. hasn't been made it easy so far, but let me know too positive things to look up and go. yeah, we'll, we'll continue to work on mental show of the one was really the session made some changes and wasn't happy and, and still not such bad face, but i think we lost some ground to, to want to they gain ground. so we have some work that is not as always. ok, and that is all your support for now, much more coming up later, but pronounced back to you emily. thank you very much for me, emily. angling for this news. al, ah, but pick around rain will be here in
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