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oh, a hello. you're watching. i'll just hear. i'm emily anglin, a reminder event up stories this hour. you cases, threats by france to block british boats from east ports are a breach of international law. power suits, threatening, sanctioned. k doesn't grind more licenses to french fishermen in u. k. waters. pakistan's government is threatening to crack down on a band group after 4 police officers were killed at a rally. knew the whole members of that to rekey, the bike group, demanding the remainder of their leader. and sedans military later has at least 6
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ambassadors, as international pressure grows against monday's coup. the african union has suspended cartoon, and the will bank has just caught aid on home. ok, let's get some more analysis on this story and what's happening in sudan with jonas warner, who's the deputy director for the horn of africa and senior analysts to sedan at the international crisis group. he joins us live by skype from nairobi. thanks for joining us, jonas. the depose, pm has been allowed to return home. is that a promising sign that the q was responding to this international condemnation? i think it is in a, in a small way that the pressure that accompanied. i'm not just the, the prime minister's rest, but the rest of other ministers and, and extremely violent response of the armed forces to protest on the streets really has shocked the military. i think it's fair to say,
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i think they're taken aback by the pushback, both internationally and, and, and even more so, domestically in, from the beginning. you know, my sense has been that this is something of a miscalculation for the military. and i think they're finding out just just what a big mess miscalculation that is. i in these 1st days of their, of their min, sorry to the u. s. as it was suspend aids to sudan. is that the solution or does that just impact civilians going forward? well i think to strategic purpose of that suspension of age i as well me with the world based suspension of aid is to avoid enabling the military to a cru credit for any alleviation of poverty or hunger. or for need that have been a doubling the sudanese people for some time. the purpose of the aid in the 1st place was to support the civilians and being able to pocket credit and legitimacy. all things in short supply. and so that the sudanese people could feel that they
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were being well served by a sibling dispensation. and this was particularly crucial after 30 years will talk or see under omar bashir. the need to illustrate as giddeons could indeed do the job of responding to sydney's demands was paramount. janice hattie, for the next days and weeks unfolding to flee as there's this cold for a nation wide civil disobedience lightning. yes. well, if the military and things that the protests will be easing back after these 1st few days i, i think they're going to be sorely mistaken because there's a schedule of civil disobedience and protests and just general civilian push back against this against this to that are on tap for the coming days. it's been remarkable to see sort of bravery and courage that the students have shown in coming into the streets. they're really facing down bowers as of bullets and,
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and bio coming from the forces i think bass, display of defiance. and so was really taking the military back. well, we appreciate your insights that jonas horner the deputy director for horn of africa and senior analyst for the sudan at the national classes group. we appreciate your time. thank you. a hearing looking into lebanon's former prime minister's role in the bay route blast has been delayed. the judge investigating the explosion has suspend his house on dia, hearing until the lawsuit against the state is settled. so i have filed a suit on wednesday challenging terracon because efforts to prosecute him. i have a last year's blast. the former prime minister has missed at least 2 interrogation sessions that were requested by the judge forests and known as carbon sinks. but for the 1st ever scientific study of unesco world,
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heritage, woodland has found at least 10 k science have become carbon images, that's largely because of human activity in romania, the unesco protected cup. pacey in mountains still suck up much of europe. c o. 2 emissions. but as mic clock reports, the christine forest faces a growing threat from illegal lucky autumn carpets the hillsides, the multi hued canopy marking the seasonal change of millennia ancient original forests sweeping across the copy, the mountains in eastern europe. if the amazon rain forest is the lungs of the world and the forest of the ca pay the mountains of the lungs of europe, they suck the c o $2.00 out of the atmosphere and put oxygen back into it. they regulate the water system that the vast, vast array of life air. in fact, the forests of the world are the most by a diverse ecosystems on the planet barton. this one's pristine environment. life is
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being squeezed out by the so called him a mafia. trees being extracted illegally on an unprecedented scale by criminal gangs, and the locals who fight against it, pay the price. beatings are frequent, but people murdered to 6 forest rangers, have been killed in the last few years, leading to recent protests in the capital, bucharest, o. forest and hoary a petros mimics the call of a red stag. he tells me they used to be 50 or 60 in this area alone. and this is why this area was illegally logged 10 years ago and it ripped apart the ecosystem. but you can see the scandals, notation from them or on the satellite. there is a maps you, you can see everything's, it's impossible to believe that they didn't know day know and day day encourage and they took a lot of money. tanya says, it's clear who's to blame the politicians. we spoke to the government and they told
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us combating a legal logging is one of the priorities of romania. it's a continuous action and we've already seen results for the people who live in the mountains. it's terrible. i don't, i, for them, for the, than the bundle center that for hundreds of years we have mentors the forest in a sustainable way. we take a small amount of wood for building and fire. it's very annoying that strangers come here from other countries and take away our way of life. i'm frightened of the people who steal to what i feel. my family is in danger, because this is a mob like organization then is the scale of losses. staggering romania loses up to 9 hector's, a forest per hour to illegal logging. that contributes to the huge amount of forest loss globally. in fact, between 199-2016, the world lost 1300000 square kilometers of forest, an area larger than south africa. and in 2020 tropical forest loss around the world
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equal the size of the netherlands. since humans started cutting down forests, 46 percent of trees have been felled around the world. 2020 was meant to be a landmark year in the fight against deforestation a year by which many countries had pledged to have or completely stop for us loss. but in fact, the plundering has increased here in romania is not too late yet. but if not now, when nick clark al jazeera copied in mountains romania. okay, let's bring intellus carvajal resend day. who's an expert at the unesco world heritage center. he joins us live from paris. thanks for joining us. tell us up. can you tell us? it seems kind of intuitive that these world heritage forests are actually hobbin and most admitted in explain how that happens. when you did this, a very 1st analysis in which we were able to quantify the amount of carbon
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is absorbed and really from heritage for us. and we were kind of surprised both because it gives the end of the results we found out that indeed, well heard, the forests are a large carbon sink absorbing $190000000.00 tons of c o 2 per year. that's more or less at half of the case, annual emissions from fossil fuels, but also unfortunately bed 10 heritage force have the more carbon than captured the reasons i would say are many lenders, pressures, but also climate change that is concerning and tell us why the car pay the mountains a bucking that trend and managing to suck up much of europe. c o. 2 guesses. why is that the case? well, i guess the,
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the case of the corporation is something that can be seen all around the world know in times of climate change and the capacity of forests to absorb carbon, it can be reduced. and what that is alarming is the fact that in the future, more size can be at risk. because of it, sir, how big of a problem is deforestation globally hand? how can we, can we, at all reverse phase these issues that we've created? well actually what stroke us more in this study was and the impacts of climate related events. for instance, the wildfires we have seen unprecedented wildfires over the past few years, which for instance, one single wife i really more c o 2 emissions than
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a country per year. and this is a quite a lot me because it's a vicious cycle. as you have more higher temperatures, this means more wildfires, more was there's more c o 2 emissions and then more c o 2 emissions again, higher temperatures. so it's a vicious cycle that can be very dangerous. yes. and i keep getting the same message over and over again about climate change. thank you for your insights. tell us to value rescinding. appreciate your time. thank you very much. have a very good day to haiti now where providing health care is difficult even in the best of times. the basic times are these are times of crisis. games have blockaded ports, creating a fuel shortage. it's a life or death situation for hospital patients. as rob reynolds reports from the
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capital, print of all the places that are suffering in haiti to day. this may be one of the deepest wells of misery. port of princes general hospital, where patients receive bare bones treatment for chronic diseases. cove infections and traumatic injuries. this man says he was attacked by bandits with machetes, not by them when they tried to kill me, and i don't even know he was compounding conditions and haitian health care. a severe fuel shortage is crippling. many hospitals, the public electrical grid is unreliable, so hospitals are powered by generators without fuel for the generators. hospitals can't operate, kidney, dialysis machines, ventilators, incubators for premature babies, and other equipment nasty to sanitary when the hospital cannot provide properly because of a fuel problem. it could be that affects other things. so if they can't provide the right services for the kids, the pregnant women and compet patience when evil,
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many hospitals are now near the end of their supplies. some 40 hospitals have that a method, the uniform thing that they may have to close immediately is it, is, is through what's the situation there we saw saw effects of mo hospitals carries anything flip please a little bit. there are a lot of hospitals, a bubble close because they can't find a fuel escape for the cap function. occasion of the majority of them are publicly and private add value. the fuel crisis is largely due to gang said of hijacked tanker trucks and blockaded the port where fuel depots are located. dozens of hospitals have warned that they may have to shut their doors in the coming days as a result of the fuel shortage. and that would leave thousands of people in need of medical care with no place to go mill n b n m a has come to the hospital, bringing food and clothing for her 20 year old nephew who is suffering from severe diabetes. i miss it. yeah, i think i'll pull gabber,
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you have to buy everything for them. garcia, my nephew is a diabetic, so he needs indication, but everything is shut down if you and agencies and haitian authorities are trying to create a sort of humanitarian corridor to get fuel to hospitals. but unless there's a break through, the consequences may be dire. masses exhaust, sol, quincy, if the situation continues, i of the day recording hello this weekend, coming up with hundreds of complications. and you can got side in a country full of suffering with a government that has virtually ceased to function. the prospects for these patients and many other haitians is bleak. rob reynolds al jazeera, puerto prince, the south african government is still grappling with how to compensate people. it were forcibly removed from their homes and land off the end of the pot on land claims. a commission was established more than 25 years ago since then. it settled around $80000.00 claims at tens of thousands more remain unsolved. natasha g. a
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name reports from co, was zulu natal province. this muslim cemetery in durban isn't just hallowed ground for wally shake, and them aqua community. they say the cemetery and the 18 hector's surrounding it are part of their heritage. their roots in south africa, the apartheid government stole them a cou, a land when shake was 6 years old. you're destroyed them, you know, coming, coming from all the colonial oppression. and coming into apartheid, it was just unbelievable. 16 years ago, the land claims commission declared them a qu, up were the rightful owners. but that ruling has had little effect because of homeowner opposition, a refusal to relocate a lack of government compensation for relocation and not enough money to develop the area. a 3 hour drive away. people living in this impoverished rural area also prevailed in their land claim case. they were forced out of what is now shlou way
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for lucy park. more than a decade ago. they agreed to collaborate with park officials, given that it's a protected area, as was on his class when not a wish was to be able to take part in running and developing the bulk of us. we didn't want to take back to land that would not have benefited us. we wanted the park to employ young people in the community earlier this year amid escalating anger about the lack of jobs, vandals set on fire and cut down one kilometer of the park. smart fence because of the challenges and the conditions they find themselves. and that's what creates the features that you know, the communities which we are working on, which we have communities working on to make sure the lesson good. this park offers hundreds of temporary seasonal jobs to unskilled workers. each year, the community wants full time employment. park officials say they have financial
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constraints. instead, they want to facilitate economic growth by encouraging other government agencies, non profit organizations, and the private sector to partner with and invest in the community. when the land claims restitution act was passed in 1994, it was supposed to offer hope and justice to the displaced more than 80000 claims have been deemed settled. but more than 26000 remain unresolved. it's unclear how many people have actually re settled on reclaimed land with shakes. suspects tenants on the mc who are property are stalling in the hopes. the remaining elders who live through the trauma will give up. he says he'll die fighting to reclaim their stolen land. natasha name al jazeera conseula natal province. south africa
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still ahead on al jazeera in sport will have more on barcelona, and the sacking of its head coach all that coming out with gemma of the brain. ah ah.
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ah ah ah ah ah. time half his fort, he's jemma. thank you, emily. we start with football in barcelona, looking for a new head coach off to sacking. ronald cuban is departure comes less than 3 months off to lena massey left the club for paris, salma cuban to cova in august. last year and in his 1st season in charge,
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let bossa to 3rd place in the league and won the culprit. all right, but bossa struggling this campaign. they sit 9th in the spanish league, and i've also made that was to have a stop in the champions lake off as president joe on the porter told him and he lost his job shortly after that one. no defeat against my calling on wednesday. that was the last and the last 4 games off a 6 point behind needed round it. he beat them in classical on sunday. this is what that coach call. i actually have to say about the news room which has been says look, i've been sacked a lot of times and i'm still here alive and happy being sacked is part of the job. the only thing i say is that you have to give everything as long as you are the coach. and from the day after you've been sacked, you have to look ahead with a clear conscience that you gave it all. i think the comin always giving all that he can as well as cross life. it's a boss, atlanta, now and speak spanish, but journalist agenda for la gemma. thanks for joining us. can you just tell us what the reaction being among fans and media that this can be a surprise?
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definitely not a can not be a surprise because no one has been keeping on the hot spot for too long. now, even he was reconfirmed by the president, only i gave a go good. i knew it was just a matter of the result of what the change around no one could make and nothing of the top. and he was the president of the choice. so this would be the unimportant fact as well. so losing a classical losing on wednesday again, the race and the promoter team. but especially the fact that there was no reaction of the team, no feeling that they can overturn the crisis the situation. it may be been said to you just mentioned they are shipping elidah the far far spots are quite far. they are out of the tompkins nick as well. so of course the reaction has no fun upset. it starts but they, it's what they wanted. the day they were not happy with, with
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a coach, we could see that after the plastic, when they were so upset that they blocked the car to just come know they needed to change it before the to lead. and they can manage at least to finish on the 1st part of the part and play the champions league next year. how much should boss salinas financial problems hamper came in? do you think when you have to let go your 2 tops cards in 2 seasons in a row, it can be easy for the swatter and especially the summer they need to let go leonel messy and they didn't have money to sign any player with guarantee that they can scar to the goals, the 1st one, and then we met the board, a scoring because they were the leaders of the steam. plus the team has been extremely unlucky with injuries and also run out of common cheap options that can
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need to find if they could make a difference. maybe a little bit less with meant by. he's always on the starting 11. but lou be young another let me tell you that hasn't been making any kind of the friends they were like the word of his injury. so of course, the financial problems make the situation or not going to break even far and looking forward to have things in line to replace him was heavier than this is the principal candidate actually was just waiting for a statement. it's not official yet, but there is agreement between the club and the the player to the former to play. you know, it's going to be that go to his knowledge and he's also an example of success of the art luna academy law. marcia was just waiting because now who's working on termination his contract with us. so depending on that will know what,
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what's going to happen. then john le port that he wants to come a soon as possible, especially he wants him to seat in the capital game of john, give me the next that shows they in here for games. been that gift, but maybe that won't be possible because of his contract and then they was fine for a substitute. who is more likely to read these interns and meanwhile, chevy takes the job. it's got. it's got to be making the young teams and he could take the place to be on the bench on can tommy's able to join while we will be watching this one with interest? gemma, thank you very much for that. thank you. jemma in germany, yvonne minute because of the heaviest of each since 1978. they were thrashed of 5 nail in the german cup. i much got back. rummy bens of any umbrella by school to reach me by a 2nd law under coach. you didn't know when he was at home isolating off the
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testing positive psychiatric 19. it ends around scoring and $85.00 consecutive games. that was a fantastic goal and major league soccer, even the over in the u. s. lucas, is that a ryan school? this donna? i'm provided to assist in columbus free b fall under city 31 that when keep sort of ending champions in the chance of making the play. south african cricketer quinton, the cook says he will now take the ne before t 20. well, cut games off the initially refusing to do so. he's apologize to his teammates, i'm fun, but putting out the match against the west indies. off the south african cricket both is ordered. the team to neil the call came from a mixed race. family says he fully supports the stand against racism and didn't mean to offend anyone, to baseballs while theories and the houston astros have bounced back to level things up against the atlanta braves at 11. his i see that was the saw, the show with a high run in the 7th inning housing seem to
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a 7 to victory. i'll see if a has now hit 22 post season high runs in his career. and that's high since a 2nd in the all time, this is 7 behind the record holder. my ramirez, the best of 7 series is back to all square and now shift to atlanta for the next 3 games. on friday, saturday and sunday. the florida panthers incredible start to the season continues but that coach could find himself in trouble with n h l bosses joe quinn. bill was named in a report about how the 2010 chicago black hawks, the team be coached for the stanley cup, failed to properly investigate sexual assault allegations made by a player against an assistant coach carnival will meet the n h l commissioner. later on thursday, on wednesday he was on the bench to watch his current practice to fight from a go down to beat the boston bruins for one to make it 7 winds from 7. only 14 teams of ever won their opening 7 games and, and h l history. they scored at least 4 goals and every game so far. that is all your
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fault. now i have more foils. emily, thank you very much. jemma. all right, that's all from us here. at the news hour, i'm emily angland, but don't go anywhere. we'll have more news in just a few moments time. we can check out our website al jazeera dot com. ah ah. lanissa is approaching a tipping point in the lead up to the coff. $26.00 climate summit al jazeera, so cases programs dedicated to one veiling the realities of the climate. emergency witnesses green films documenting the human experience on the front line planet at
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