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but we're not a ah, a ward winning documentary from around the world. now g 0. the military takes charging see don dissolving the transitional government and imposing a state of emergency. thousands. paul wants the streets to protest against the takeover. 7 demonstrators are killed and dozens more injured. ah, i be boca, this is al jazeera life from london, all. so coming up turkey's president cushions, 10 foreign governments over interfering in his country's affairs. but a major diplomatic crisis has been averted from now. on facebook. whistleblower
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francis halligan towels. british politicians, the social media giant feeds online hate to maximize profits. ah, the military is now empower in sudan of the declaration of a state of emergency brought an end to a government that was meant to see in democracy. the general who led the takeover says he had to acts with growing protests aside, the country wasn't tom or the health ministry. as 7 demonstrators have been killed in a day or protest with the internet down airport, shas and prime minister detained hippa, morgan reports from khartoum. i got just my after month of power, struggle with civilian leaders to dance general have states a coo and imposed a state of emergency breaking up a fact transitional government that has been leading the country home of jesus yoga, adding to god we dissolve the soften council and the cabinet,
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and we put an end to the mass jobs and under secretaries. and the state governors will revise everything and will take decisions to watch everything. ah general hans as the military had to intervene to and political in fighting with a cross to dan. this fury tens of thousands of men and women breaking on the street to show they anger against the federal military take over. i did an urgent call to all sudanese civilians who want to protect the revolution. what the military is doing is a betrayal to all citizens on all fronts. it is the duty of all civilians to move and to block all roads outside to prevent any military force to move right now, all of us must unite to show the truth. i was the halo, the return of the old regime is impossible, no matter what the excuses or the justifications the return is impossible. this is the 1st statement of the people,
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women and men are refusing any kind of fraud on democracy and civil society. the military has arrested several civilian members of the transitional government and move prime minister abdullah ham booked an undisclosed location fronting global concerns. do you is very concerned about sedans, military forces reportedly putting, ah, prime minister, hum, duck under house arrest. and as well as detaining other members of the civilian leadership. and we urge for their fast relief ah, included the pro democracy forces of freedom and canes coalition borne out of the 2018 uprising that out that long time leader omar bashir has called for protests and strikes to resist the coo, deficient between the military and civilian side of the transitional government widened after last month failed to attempt by forces loyal to vitiate. both sides blame each other for slow reforms. a worsening economic crisis, poverty and corruption. many people are angry, but some are celebrating the news of the military takeover. a coalition of
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political parties has been stating as sitting in front of the presidential palace for more than a week, urging the military to take control. if members say some of those who participated in the 2018 uprising against the government have not been listened to, the military have been g to creating the conditions for this discord insecurity balance from the in congress to given that the bahamas, you know, in many ways instances we had a state in this hybrid transitional arrangement and those who have been part of this movement to push the government out are themselves key members of government. so any criticism of government performance is very much so criticism. ah, the hardwood gains of the pro democracy uprising have not led to the reforms. many people fought for it. and now with more political upheaval, the nation is once again on the edge here. morgan august era, how to will a number of countries and agencies of voice concern over the qu,
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egypt as joined cats are france and the un envoy to sit down and calling for restraint. today, i'm good morning everybody, to exercise utmost rescreened restraint. i'm calling on the military release, all those that were unlawfully to change today. and i'm asking those stakeholders to return to dialogue in restore a constitutional order, as well as not to poach domestic peace in political transition at risk. we stand ready of course, to firms of support the country on its part, tolls, domestic peace and political transition. rosalind jordan has more the u. s. response from washington, d. c. the buying net ministration is taking every opportunity to say that it condemns the coup attempt in cartoon on monday. not only has the bi debt ministration decided to suspend all $700000000.00 in economic assistance to the
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transitional government. it also says it is watching very closely how members of the home are behaving as the process carries out. this is what bad price had to say about the prospect of sanctions against members of the military. at rosen, it is very early hours. this happened overnight. we're evaluating the situation on the ground, we're watching very closely. we are communicating and coordinating very closely with our allies and with our partners around the world. so i don't want to get ahead of, of where we are at. but suffice to say that we are willing to resort to any and all appropriate measures to hold accountable are those who are me be attempting to derail, ah, the will, the aspirations of the sudanese people and those who may be responsible for violence for violence that we may yet see, the co happened just hours after the u. s. as special envoy for the horn of africa
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. geoffrey feltman left the country. he had been left with the impression that the process of political transition and reconciliation was still on track according to some in the state department. now the big issue is whether or not this will affect the resolution of another regional crisis. that of the grand ethiopian renaissance dam, otherwise known as gert officials here at the state department, say they need to deal with the political situation or cartoon 1st and worry about other regional issues later. ah, took as president russia type otherwise says no foreign diplomat come are made in the country unless they respect turkish law. his remarks follow a row with 10 ambassadors from western countries over a jail, businessman and activists. on saturday, the u. s. and other nations issued a joint statement, calling for the release of osman corolla,
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whose chars over failed coo and respond. so to am sent, the envoys must be stripped of that diplomatic status and immunity. zeniah to miss osler could is to go to marquis. our aim is not to start a crisis. it's only to preserve and protect the rights and interests of our country . to day the masters took a step back and refer to the vienna convention dear statement, let us to believe that they will be more careful in terms of our rights that are derived from our sovereignty. people who don't respect our rights can not remain in this country or so. so those following developments in a stumble sources, none can. i says that the usa took the initiation to day to deescalate the taschen . the u. s. is embassy a couple of hours ago. just before evelyn's cabinet meeting has to with it that they maintain a bite of whip by the air they did. the vienna can wash an article or $41.00,
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which says that the diplomats should respect the, the laws and regulations or the receiving or the hosting countries. and that has been a strong sign of a wheel to deescalate the tash and so our lawn received that. and that an answer that he welcome the, the, did the statement from the embassy of the united states. and just after the 3 of at u. s. is embassy germany, the netherlands, france, and the other countries also re to with it, that it was a retreat as the sham from this embassy that they are taking a step back. so for now, we can see that the diplomatic crisis over a couple of keys is over. however, at the, the, the did the next hearing in cavellas trial is going to be a month later on november 26. and the council of europe says that if was my color is not immediately released,
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it will this start the infringement proceedings against turkey, which cooled are followed by the sanctions. and if the european consoles take such an action in such a direction, we do not know what will be at once a reaction to that as well. egypt president, abdul fatter al cc has lifted the country state of emergency. he made the announcement in a facebook post. egypt 1st impose the state of emergency in 1980 and most recently in 2017 following deadly church bombings and attacks on cops, christians that killed more than a 100 people. the measures allowed for arrests without warrants the swift prosecution of suspects and the establishment of special course. the chinese foreign minister has met members of the taliban government in cattle with the talks focusing on security and good governance, a spokesperson for the taliban says one year expressed support for the afghan government and pledge humanitarian assistance. the meeting also focused on trade
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and investment between the 2 countries. china shares a narrow border with afghanistan and has previously urged the taliban not to provide a safe haven for terrorists. the un says afghanistan is on the brink of one of the world's worst. she monetary and crises and millions of children will die because of food shortages. you and food program is asking wild leaders to take action and unfreeze billions of dollars of frozen humanitarian donations. the u. m says nearly 23000000 people from afghanistan's population of 39000000 of food insecure. that number has increased by 10000000 since last month. afghans have been selling their belongings to buy food and the taliban has also been unable to pay wages to civil servants. stephanie decker report. some couple count down, 2 catastrophe, and one of the world's worst humanitarian crises. if not the worse, those are the warnings from the world food programs executive director. if you look
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at the numbers over half voc aniston's population are facing severe food insecurities in this latest report, 22800000 people. $14000000.00 of those are children and also interestingly saying that for the 1st time urban areas, areas like cobble and the main cities are facing the same rate of food insecurities as the rural areas. there are various reasons for this, but the main one also recently compounded by the fact that the international community is withholding billions and billions of dollars of much needed money here everyone. we've spoken to whether they're civil servants under the taliban government taliban fighters, people who work in the health sector and nurses, people who work in centers of drug rehabilitation. they have not been paid their salaries and months. people do not have the cash to feed themselves. also recently a couple of weeks ago, even world food program saying that only 5 percent of households across the country are getting enough to eat so desperate time 0 really going to get worse with the
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onset of winter temperatures dropping below freezing. here it will snow it will be wet at and also the aid agencies warning that many people who are displaced will be cut off for much needed aid and russia briefly. also calling for the international community to release those funds. we've been talking to people here, one man yesterday telling us that this is not the money of the taliban. this is not isolate money. this is the money that belongs to the afghan people, and the situation is so desperate that they need to release it as soon as possible . so to come on out to a 0 wardrobe about a demo. we don't want to leave like sluice as haiti lunches from a security crisis to fuel shortages to national strikes. life in the country gets more difficult. and africa is 1st official digital currency launches, produce savvy nigerians wanted use it. ah
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hello, we've got some pleasant spring. warmth into much of australia at the moment we have got somewhere to whether starting to fading across southern parts of w. i said we will see saint cloud and rain heading in to perth running across the malibu garage, making its way into our south australia. but ahead of that can happen getting up to 3031 in adelaide. a 26 there in melbourne. la she troy one or 2 showers in eastern parts of queensland. the south wells generally set fast sidney. around 25 degrees. not quite pleasant into new zealand. we have got some aries of ray making its way and across much of new zealand over the next couple of days before the time being hanging on to the wall in north islet oakland. getting up to around 25 degrees with pleasant spells of sunshine present spells a shanty round the korean peninsula, not to peasant for japan, maybe got some very heavy righty to that eastern side of han,
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she will see that wet weather starting to pull away as we go through tuesday and on into wednesday, bry to weather does come back in be high, but we will see some showers affecting the western side of japan pushing up to war cicada thankfully try for the korean peninsula. so with a top temperature of 18 degrees, southern parts of china, marty settled. ah, ah, confronted with some of the wells work day qualities, mongolia government has begun shutting the nations polluted capital, cities common. oh. but as the struggle raging to say the environment above ground, what does the future holds? the men who are living minis. ah, whitney. at the coal face on al jazeera
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ah ah, a reminder of the top stories here on alger 0, saddam's military chief has vowed to hold shadowed elections off to dissolving the transitional government, and declaring a state of emergency. the health ministry. the 2nd protectors have been killed by the army and large processed against the military. take over. the u. s. state department says it will suspend $700000000.00 of a to sedan in response to the qu, egypt as joint cat of france, of the un envoy to sedan and calling for restraint. and took his presence as foreign diplomats must respect the country's laws if they want to remain there. his
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remarks follow a route between ankara and 10 ambassadors from western countries over jailed activist. there still no word on the safety of 17 christian aid workers kidnapped by a gang in haiti. the group was the latest of several 100 people to be held this year in a country many residents feel is increasingly lawless. and the u. s. embassy in haiti has scaled back its operations, rescheduling all routine appointments. as the country faces another crisis, rob rentals reports from porter prince. a general strike gripped haiti's capital on monday. streets, normally choked with traffic, were practically empty. the usually bustling outdoor markets were mostly deserted. patient say the strike is one way of demonstrating their disgust and frustration with widespread crime, gang violence, a fuel shortage, and government paralysis is coming out of dine of it and no,
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no solution. we want to have about the future will grab about ago. we don't want to leave like slaves, but this woman said the strike prevented her from getting to her job in another part of the city. i mean, the effect that a lot of the problems that i have to feed my family. if i stay high and what will i said, my kids, i have to go on the straight to find some things out. the shut down hurts, impoverished haitians, many of whom live from hand to mouth every day. schools and shops were also shuddered. at this neighbourhood clinic, the proprietor said severe shortages of medicine left him unable to help people in need. they are sick, they cannot come the vehicle i can do, i can do nothing for him because because they're on medicine, i can get medicine. fuel shipments have been blocked from reaching the city by gangs and most petrol stations are closed. these people are waiting on the chance this station will get some supplies. local journalists reported that 3 leaders of
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fuel costs upward of $20.00 us dollars outside the haitian ministry of justice. a small group of demonstrators protested, pounding on the locked steel door with rocks that meanwhile, there's still no word on the fate of 17 u. s. and canadian missionaries, kidnapped by a gang more than a week ago, the f. b, i is assisting haitian authorities in the case. the gang has threatened to kill the hostages, including young children, unless a $70000000.00. some is paid in the u. s. home town of one hostage family people gathered to pray for their release. haitians are seeking deliverance to from their countries, many desperate problems willing to which country do people who are leave you order place. order sees they have to have each a cry for help from a nation spiraling into mayhem. rob reynolds al jazeera, puerto prince,
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amnesty international says it will close its to offices in hong kong by the end of the year, because it can't guarantee the safety of stuff. human rights group says a national security law imposed by china makes it impossible for its staff to work freely without fear of reprisals. the law has been used to target pro democracy, protested civil society groups and dissenting voices. hong kong and chinese authority say the national security law and shrines, individual rights israel supreme court as best bound a decision on an appeal by a palestinian family against forced eviction from their home and occupied east jerusalem. the de wake, family and sil, one is one of a 100 families that could lose their homes because of eviction suits or by israeli settlers. a law enacted by the kinessa allows jews, but not palestinians to reclaim land lost in the 1948 all. it spunk, violent clashes in ceylon, and shaped gerard and occupied east jerusalem. auto abdul,
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hamid has more from outside the court in west jerusalem. what happened here is that the family of today's hearing has submitted to the court document showing that it's own that house in san juan. as since 1965 at the time occupied east jerusalem was under control of the jordanians. and they had purchased it from douglas, georgia, indian custodian at the time, now fast forward to 2002. that's when the 2nd organization decided that actually that lad belonged to a jews. because back in the 19th century, at the end of the 19th century, under the ultimate empire, that land belonged to a jewish endowment that had to put it at the service of do help out. d jamini jews who were incorporated it is an extremely complicated case, really to understand,
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but this is exactly what happened. not only for the families today today that concerned with this hearing, that by, by and large, many families in occupied easier use of them actually in other parts of israel. so certainly what will happen eventually what the judge will decide whether it's in a few days, weeks or months will set the tone for many other families about what we have been steering. seeing actually over the past few months, whether it's here, a hearing person, one or the previous hearing a few months ago. push genera is it see the record is being hesitant of coming up with a final decision simply because of the charge atmosphere in jerusalem. because of the political aspect of this case, and because tensions are so high that they can flare up at any time, a form of facebook employee turned whistleblower has been giving evidence to you. k politicians. francis hawkins says,
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the tech giant has knowingly fed online hate and violence to maximize profits. her parents could effect new rules for social networks. here in the u. k. where we challenge has more. frances, how can says she never wanted to be a whistle blower? thought since leaving facebook with tens of thousands of internal documents earlier this year, her alarm call is being heard around the world. october the 5th us congress. october 25th, the u. k. parliament's, a message that is deeply critical of the way facebook is run, mark sucker berg has unilateral control over 3000000000 people. right? there is no will at the top to make sure the systems are run adequately same way. the systems francis, how good is most concerned about the algorithms promoting content to uses of the social media giants? i think lots of research that says that kind of ranking engagement based ranking prioritizes polarizing extreme divisive content. it doesn't matter for on the left
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or on the right, it pushing to the, to the extremes. and it fans, he right anger and he is the easiest way to grow on facebook. she says it's a system that's being abused. there's something called by reality hacking, where you figure out all the trips and how to optimize facebook and good actors, good publishers are already publishing all the content they can, they can do. but bad actors have an incentive to play the algorithm. facebook executives know this, says francis, how going? but the reason they haven't changed the algorithm is money. they think user engagement would decline and with it ad revenues. i think there is a view inside the company that safety is a cost, a cost center. it's not a hunter, which i think it's very short term and thinking us congress and regulators are investigating facebook. part of the deadly storming of the u. s. capital, an independent report commissioned by facebook, said it failed to stop the platform being used to incite ethnic violence in me and mar. so miss how god believes as a real world cost in lives,
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i have no doubt the traps like the events for scene around the world. things like me and martin if those are the opening chapters because engagement based ranking does 2 things. one prior prior presently will size divisive polarizing extreme cotton and q. it's hyper concentrated in, in all 5 percent operation. and you only need 3 percent of the population. st. satar average. facebook says much of the reporting is based on a false premise. yes, we're a business and we make profit, they say. but the idea that we do so at the expense of people safety or well being misunderstands where our own commercial interests lie. the truth is we've invested $13000000000.00 and have over $40000.00 people to do one job. keep people safe on facebook. but with a consortium of news organizations going over the thousands of pages of leads, internal memos, facebook crisis isn't over yet. reach alan's how to 0. hundreds of companies and
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organizations reliant on us base computer systems are being hit by a new wave of russian cyber attacks. microsoft says it's notified more than 600 customers between july and october that they've been attacked, but says only a small number was successful. it says the russian group behind last year solar winds attack is behind the assault. the gave cyber criminal criminals, a potential access to thousands of u. s. government and private computer networks. nigeria has launched a digital currency just months after banning financial institutions from dealing in crypto currencies is called eat and ira and will operate like a wallet where customers can cold existing funds in their bank account. the central bank says it will be accessible to everyone like the physical narrow am address reports of a boucher with after 3 would delay nigeria. digital currency is now legal tender. i did to launch president obama. why recess? the ina?
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will i, sharon opportunities or banks, customers and the country's economy? liza of central bank, digital cadences, can half move away more people and businesses, boom, the informers into the former sector there by creating the taxes of the country. alongside digital innovations center and been detail currency can 1st say economy of growth to better economy activities. about an hour after the launch, michael on the con, downloaded the app, but says it didn't work. one would expect that if a government is rolling out on an official platform, one would expect that it's been tried, it's been tested and it's running so much. so that of the launch, the launch itself would be like um the 1st to probably city for it's right. so when
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i log on after 40 minutes on i'm not getting the, the i says it gives me some level of concern. the government hopes this new virtual courtesy will also improve cross border trade expend, accessed financial services, an increase in remittances from elijah das properties. the central banks has more than 2000 customers registered within 24 hours of the in our platform starting. not a great start when the banking population is more than 100000000, but officious e. i expect to rise in the numbers using it in the near future. but ex was worn, that the central bank must provide confidence for customers, skepticism and weak infrastructure on the only challenge is facing the new digital currency nigeria central bank able to move 10 percent of more true transaction to the platform it months to come and only say not all financial institutions would like that. this is a really trade to the commercial bands because if you move funds,
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they already india course study to this in there. it means that this one has gone up of this house of this commercial bank. and i foresee a situation where co masha about, we do one of 2 things they asked of sublet tides is very process. almost half the country has no access to bank account. the central bank says this digital currency will change that by drawing millions of nigeria to banks. what are the initial skepticism greeting this launch? it's hard to say if the new digital current platform will succeed. why the traditional banking system has failed? how many degrees al jazeera up would you officials say the canary islands volcano, which has been erupt, saying for the past 5 weeks is now more active than ever. technical. this new fishes and side vents cracked open along the cumber viagra slopes over the weekend and slept what science of described as a giant lava fountain to escape take
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a look and listen to these live pitches. it means more people may have to leave their homes as the new floes threat. previously, unaffected areas ran 7 a half 1000 people have already had to flee that home since the eruption began. while thousands of buildings have been destroyed, nature at its finest clearly. ah, a reminder of the top stories here on out, jesse around the military is now in power in sudan after the declaration of a state of emergency brought an end to a government that was meant to see in democracy. the general who led the takeover says he had to act with growing protests, a sign that the country was in turmoil, the health ministry, the 7 demonstrators have been killed in a day, a protest with the internet down apple shot and pro.

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