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in, in a bill last alone, i know, and it won't be the last stop because those storms are going to continue. they are notable over the hills. you see the blue here, and it goes real high. the snow in there is what will i tend to die out by the end of sunday. there is something to the suggest. the wind is trying to get a lot of heat rigs. a huge amount of progress is waiting to come, but look at the wind direction for the north and cassock stuff, it's just not bringing that winter in. so generally fine afterwards, but still with showers further west and they seem to be joining up gain. yep. with what's happening in the east and medical, what has happened in the eastern met? it was nasty weather around system. that's the storm. it was named apollo. it's nothing like that because it was most, it's right now over the open water, but it is heading slowly east was and so for good part of western and southern turkey in cyprus, obee significant rain from that. and so scattering shouts to the east, but not huge. ones no more than we've seen so far. however, rest of the mediterranean and portugal on spain, streaming rain for the next day,
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or 2. still ahead on al jazeera families have been fishing on these like in malawi, the generations. we look at why their way of life is changing. i'm $35.00 when they took cor, region inequality and the world is coming together to combat climate change. i. tragedy is underway in one of the most bio diverse regions in the world and in sport, the atlanta braves closing on the world series title or the base election coming up shortly. ah november. oh, now to sierra, alter a year of turbulent weather. well, leaders gather in glasgow for crucial summit on the battle against climate change. emmy award winning 4 lines goes beyond the headlines, investigating the untold stories across the us. millions incurred cost on both in
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parliamentary elections under a new constitution. and more than a year after the lawful trigger, apolitical, quite immersed in personal short documentary africa, direct show cases, african stories from african filmmakers, china marks 100 days until it host the winter olympics. but how will the pandemic and cause for a boy impact the sporting event november on out jazeera question the narrative, identify who is telling the story their motivation. these are multinational corporations that are interested in profit, the listening pace, deconstruct the media on al jazeera. oh, a
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are you watching al jazeera? i'm emily anglin. a reminder of the top stories this hour late is at the g 20 summit to calling for meaningful and effective action to ensure global warming is limited to 1.5 degrees celsius. for the final communique from rome, it doesn't include a deadline for net 0 emissions. taiwan and tre, dominated, as the us secretary of state, sat down with his chinese counterpart ebony lincoln, toll china. both nations should have failed, manage their trade competition. and the president of turkey and the us have agreed to improve their relations, joe biden, and rachel type, one discussed anchorage acquisition of a russian missile defense system that led to turkey removal from the ex $35.00 pottage program. japan's ruling coalition is projected to keep its
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majority in the lower house of commons, but prime minister for me because she is liberal democratic party, is set to lose a number of fates. in a setback for the leader who took charge just weeks ago, rob mcbride, explain this has no just been a contest between political parties, but also a struggle against voter apathy. especially among young voters who feel particularly disengaged. you are on easier life. this campaign in the run up to sundays pole was aimed at encouraging more young people to vote. waco having rural japan almost continuously since world war 2. the liberal democratic party is seen by many is the only choice that's in spite of an attempt in this election by the opposition parties to coordinate their campaigns, to win over l. d. p. c. panel. i don't have confidence in the other parties or need a liberal democratic party is good enough to mark it on. so even though the l e. p is winning big in recent elections,
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their support in the country is not necessarily high. historically speaking, the victory is indeed led by the set back of the oppositions mother seen as a test of newly elected prime minister fumey ok. sheeter. his government faces widespread dissatisfaction over it's handling of the pandemic. he's got a relatively low approval rating, while many voters still seem undecided on him as a leader. but at the same time, what is interesting is that the disapproval rate is also are fairly low. so i guess it's an honest opinion. people just don't know who he is and what he's after. and so the, i think, ah, reserving from making any firm decision on him just quite yet. cuz she there is hoping to promise of a stimulus package to revive the batted economy. will win support. oh yeah, we will distribute the fruits of the growth, which means that we will increase your income. i have been saying that we need to
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have this kind of economic policy. the increasing kobe 19 cases during the day after the controversial summer olympics. i did further economic painful businesses like memorial to knockers who sees no easy solution to japan struggling economy did a lot, he thought working from home has become more common done. and that affects us because salary men who used to go to work 5 times a week are not coming back in this election will likely cement, cuz she does positioned as japan's prime minister o could mean he eventually joins a long list of short lived predecessors rob mcbride al jazeera. ok, let's bring in c, jiro tacky, she tight. who is a professor of management at the university of? she's you. ok, thanks for joining us as professor. why has the prime ministers long ruling conservative party been battered so much in these pulse? will it's not as bad as you say,
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i think. i mean the fact is that the still are most likely to win the majority possibly alone. ah, but definitely with the coalition party, with the new camacho and you're right. there has been a lot of frustration, amounts of japanese public about the handling of, of the cove is 19, but that was the previous foreign minister. and what he said really lucky about mr . kachimba is the far that in a corner are spread in japan, is simmering down very quickly. only 22 reported in tokyo. so you know, the actual frustration is actually simmering down, which had been the biggest issue. now if we did this in our lecture few months before, things would have been totally different and quite dire for i think ill be p. so we did mention some of those key election issues. what else do you say as some of the fundamental things voters were looking at for will vary. unfortunately, as you just recorded, we don't have a lot of choice. more than biggest tragedy in japan. i feel is that we don't have
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competition in politics. i mean, that really basically exacerbates quite a lot of status quo of type of, you know, policy making. ah, the dp j took over in 2009 for 3 years in japan and japanese people have had it. they can see that they have no implementation power, and therefore, you know, many japanese feel quite helpless about the fact that she's only one choice. you look at the policy that's announced by, for example, by the opposition is all wars less the same and there's no eye opener. there's no convincing argument that's been displayed. and this i think, is one of the biggest reasons why, you know, the turnout ratio still remains in that 30 percent off, even though it was a 2nd largest turn out in the recent years professor that was alive on a 10 out. why was that the case? well it was actually his 2nd highest in recent years on but you know,
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still he. ready remains low, partly because of the reason why i just gave you people think that you know all the be well when and they don't have other choice are so many people don't turn out in the 1st place. and also there is no big differentiation between the policies that's been out. and for that reason there is no real eye opener for the voters to really dig in. or basically, you know, support any, any parties for that reason. and again, i repeat the point that this is a very serious tragedy because the opposition cannot come up with very good, you know, opposing plans or improvement plans. ah, they're basically repeating and only are criticizing the current government without any you know, our replacement plans professor, thank you for clarifying some of those issues for us, professor said jerry talkie shita, i professor of management and the university of she's do ok. thank you. thank you
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for communities across the globe. ha, hoping road late is at the club. 26 summers can provide solutions to extreme weather events. in malawi, nearly $1500000.00 people depend to unlike children, but less rainfall in racing ease has led to dangerously low water levels and that's affecting their livelihoods. i room, tessa, reports wilson city. my remembers the time when lead sheila malawi, sick into biggest lake, nearly disappeared. temperatures got extremely hot, and there was a little rain. he and his friends a fish tear since they were boys, just like they fathers and grandfathers did they say the drying of the lake has become more frequent than usual, but they're not believable. there is a difference. they used to be a lot more fish. there were only a few of us, so there was no over fishing. now the population is boomed. there's also a climate change. last year the lake dried up. the world banks is nearly half of africa's population loose below the poverty line. and many depend on rivers and
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lakes for their livelihoods. when full leg, sheila is approximately 60 kilometers long and 40 kilometers wide, but he keeps shrinking. if the fish in the lake continue to disappear is not only the economy that will be devastated, but entire communities. fishing is how many people here survive is what they've been doing for generations. one and a half 1000000 people live in the areas around the live chill basin people at my disability. she buy stock from fishermen to feed customers at her restaurant. i'm in the summer when the men don't bring back much fish. my business suffers. that means less customers and not much money for my children. move scientists say africa is the continent most affected by climate change and also the least responsible for it. you're looking at people not being able to do or these to do before. and the income levels continue to go down and that already also exacerbates is due for poverty. so it's a big problem at the moment. so we hope that we can be able to,
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to find out some solutions to this. families out here are aware their way of life is changing and that they may have to find alternatives to fishing, such as farming an option. many say they are seriously considering harder. matessa al jazeera lake chilla maloney to china now and the country has started rationing diesel. a nation wide energy shortage has led to a search and demand for the fuel and a rise in prices. many truck drivers say they're not able to complete long distances and deliver vital goods. katrina, you has more from beijing. these truck drivers are used to criss crossing china driving hundreds of kilometers every day. but a nation wide shortage of diesel fuel has changed that. or you would go to the me oh, i'm scared to leave beijing and the drive long distances. some petrol stations have run out of diesel fuel. the machines are closed 2 days ago. i drove south to hold the province. and a man in paddle stations didn't have any. the shortage has been accompanied by
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a sharp rise and prices. since january, the cost of diesel here has increased by about 30 percent abyss patrol station customers limited to bind to $200.00 leases of diesel fuel. but outside the capital supply problem is my through us with some truck drivers, having to wait days to read. they have been long lines of vehicles at petrol stations and china's southern and eastern provinces. due to rationing, many drivers say they can only refuel for one day's journey, which means cross country deliveries are taking longer to arrive. china is in the middle of the power crisis that is triggered blackouts in many cities, shortages of coal and natural gas have led to a surge and diesel consumption. factories and businesses have turned to diesel powered generators to maintain operations, draining supplying a 2nd reason is probably because a lot of these are being re routed to the agriculture sector during the harvest
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season. to basically support a green trying and to prepare for, for plenty winter across. and on the, on the supply side basically the domestic supply for diesel has been going down because china has been export are a lot more to the rest to the rest of the world. some estimate china's diesel stop pals to be at the lowest level and at least a year. environmental crackdown on crude oil production in some regions have worse than the shortage. the government has asked chinese refineries to increase production and imports, but this would be enough to contain the shortfall. experts warn the scarcity of diesel is likely to last for months and could worse an existing problems in the global supply chain. katrina, you out a 0 paging. hundreds of migrants have disembarked from a turkish flagged cargo ship in grace the vessel which was carrying around 400 people, sent
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a distress signal on friday after its engines failed. the migration ministry says 6 of the passengers have been detained for questioning. grace is one of the main routes into the years and migrants and refugees crossing from turkey. at least 5 people have been killed in a car. bomb attack at 8 and international, a port in southern yemen. several more were wounded in the explosion. the city has been robbed by several black in the past few years. it's being that the seat of humans internationally recognized governments in 3 of the rebels took a santa in 2014. the taliban has denied its men shot and killed a 3 people at a wedding in eastern afghanistan. gunman, reportedly posing his members of the armed group attack, guess that a ceremony in manga? ha, because they were playing music, the government spokesman says, a personal feud was behind the violence. pakistan's government says it's reached in
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agreement with supporters of a band political party. if a marching towards the capital demanding the release of their detained leader, come all ha to has more from the capital is i'm about the teddy gala bag pockets. don protest, march. i have been camped and the toner where are bod fridge waited on the bank of the river. jane ob, about 190 kilometer from islam. i bought a day of gotcha. now waiting for a member delegation which was formed after the pockets on the prime minister, held a crucial round of dog red, prominent religious leaders from across the country and told them that there has to be a peaceful solution to this crisis. now it should be remembered that the marjorie have been threatening, that they will continue to march on islam about the government. on the other hand, saying that they have drawn a red line on the river jer knob that the protector will not be allowed to cross.
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that bridge, the dreaded member committee of god page, hopefully that the crisis really be diffused or be fully. but they are also warned marcher, did any forward movement would be done demand sabotaging their talk. that situation indeed very critical. and the next 24 hours are going to be extremely important on how the government of iran con tacker. this particular issue around the world, exploring natural resources, has been important for economic growth. despite the facts on the environment and climate, and in ecuador, illegal mining has been a way of life now. for many decades. there are fees that the government plans, the issue more international licenses, will create more damage to raise the bow reports from the city of s. miranda's community that's resisting the advance of large mining company. this is the pacific, dorian forest,
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and there we are filled with wildlife and unique vegetation. it is slowly being devastated. bulldozers are used to divert the river as illegal miners tried to find gold, which f, a noah has been doing this for 12 years. he says he rents the equipment and hires members of the community to help out at the time when the much demo. we bring a machine and we make a hole and then we get the material and start building a pool. and then we start extracting when we get a 150 grams of gold or so, then it's worth moving somewhere else. people like the lever spend hours next to the river, trying to find the scraps left by bigger miners. she shows us how she's able to find some gold particles that allow her to make around $20.00 a day and feed her 4 children for them. and we don't get to work every day. we work one week and then that's it. then we have to find another area. we told some of the
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countries bath gold if found here. lack of government controls makes it easy for illegal activities to spread. look what's happening here. this is one of the most bio diverse regions in the world. this is the b river and it's slowly being destroyed by illegal minors. at the same time, local families say that this is the only way they have to make a living. but it's having a huge impact on the environment. all around is he will community there, abandoned fools, allegedly filled with chemicals, used in the process to extract gold, eddystone. and appa is the leader of the chechen de gina's community. he says he's concerned, as they look on them, is hillary, you're the river's contaminated, it cannot bathe fish or drink water for 11 years. it's contaminated and we are asking children not to go to the river. madonna university research shows the water in the province of am it alice has high levels of aluminum and iron. janet got
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a best lives in a nearby community. she says her children are showing signs of skin problems. president, he's had more lasso, wants to increase mining and all exploration activity in the country, to jumpstart a troubled economy and to fight illegal operations. but experts say it will not solve equals endemic problems. luckily, because you're busy or if they want to tell us that exploiting these resources will solve our problems of misery under development and that we will progress. but history tells us that has never happened because it's not the 1st time our elite are incapable of thinking. an economic model that is not only extracting nature's resources because that's where our problems lie. it while those rain forest is among the most threatened in the world, poverty and employment and the promise of development are causing massive damage. the government, instead of fighting it, is desperate to bring international oil and mining companies and give it away. that
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is, i will, as a cedar is made as the quality still ahead on al jazeera layer will have all the latest sport action, including why india's cricket captain has taken aim at internet trolls. ah, it's the was. 2 both populous democracy, diverse dynamic and undergoing moment is seen context, india dixon, in depth. look at the people and politics of india. exploring how the coven 19 pandemic struck the nation. it's continuing impact and the lessons learned for the future. join me fade as those are for context india and alex is eda ah 25 years ago, a new year in television used in the middle east began a 2 part documentary series mopping the 25th anniversary of al jazeera,
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telling the story of the channels logged in and now it became a recognized global brand. ah, the story of alger, the unique pop lou. ah, that is what he's leia. thank you, emily. well, india take on new zealand very shortly and a crunch match at the t 20 world cup. the 2 teams are looking for their 1st when the tournament, having both lost their opener against pakistan. a defeat for either will make
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qualifying for the semi finals very difficult, the top 2 teams and each of the 2 groups qualified for the semis. but ahead of the game, there's been an unwanted spotlight on the indian camp. besides only muslim mohammed shami played in the defeat against pakistan and was targeted online because of his faith. the indian cricket board did not condemn the harassment, but did publish a tweet in support of shami. however, india's captain coley, he did not mince his words online, saying, attacking someone over their religion is the most pathetic thing someone can do. does a good reason why we are playing on the field and not some bunch of spineless people on social media. they have no garbage to actually speak to any individual in both. this is there can be the lowest level of human potential that one can operate. and that's how i look at these people and the strength of got it didn't render documents we have and precisely why we are doing what we are doing on the ceiling. none of these people, not even in,
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in the vicinity. do you even imagine doing something like that? they do not have the courage or the spine good. while earlier we spork spoke to sports broadcaster renata kapoor. he believes kali's actions could be a landmark moment for indian cricket. the bcc eyes tween was a bit of a cop out really without acknowledging the issue came late on tuesday evening. the game was sunday and the abuse that followed was sunday night. but i'll give her call you a little bit of credit here, because the nature of his response is unequivocal. we have never had a public figure of this levin. we are what he's on the list, or he's india's biggest name in cricket. and therefore, their biggest name in sport is mad, the world's most marketable cricketer. and these public figures awfully have been silent and issues that they believe could for some sort of controversy on social media only has, has done something which is which fabric on a store momento of major cricketer speaking up on an issue, attacking it, heads on and mentioning that this is about religious bigotry, which has your place in esteem brotherhood remains are. 3 united all the right
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things for a leader and a public figured to say. so i think that's what's refreshing about this. and it should urge cricketers to speak out more, which i really hope it does. it's a real shame, isn't it? that even the statement, how can anyone have a problem with someone saying there's no place for discrimination on the basis of religion? how can you have a problem with that? yet in the aftermath of god is comments, there does seem to be a brigade of abuse. her to was afghanistan have just beaten namibia as they look to progress in group 2, ahead of both india and new zealand. and on saturday, england bag to win over. there are tribals, australia. sadly for the neutral the match was not anywhere near a close contest. england steamrolled the australia only managed 125 from their 20 overs in reply. elan only lost 2 wicked jack butler top scored with an unbeaten $71.00 england our top of their group unbeaten after 3 matches. first one of our sergio, where we had quite a personal, scared during his team's 11 draw against alice in legal the forward was substituted
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before half time after complaining of chest pains, and feeling dizzy. the 33 year old spent the night in the hospital and had a cardiac exam, were still waiting on a statement from barcelona about his health update. so many real madrid have vinicius junior to think for regaining top spot and while iga. the brazilian striker opened the scoring against l. j. midway through the 1st half was going to see us grabbed a 2nd in the 73rd minute before madrid. conceited late but held on for 21 victory rail or top of the league on gold. different manchester united have bounced back after their 5 mill humiliation against liverpool, united manager only. gunner soul shire can read a little easier the following, a 3 mill victory over tottenham as a per strike from christiana. rinaldo gave man you the lead just before half time and they doubled their advantage courtesy of your grand striker edison. can bonnie markets ratford came off the bench to score late in that match?
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united move up to fit in the leadership because performance was really good from the start. it was really good from, from tuesday morning when we, when he worked, we worked on something that we felton hoped and thought was going to work on it, did her every man to a t did a jobs and we kept her kept a clean sheet and we kept the ball away from, from david to save. he the never out how to save to make. so it's, it's great going over to your own funds at the end of the game and the to celebrate with them, of course, cuz they, they've deserved this one as well. in baseball, the atlanta braves are now just one went away from their 1st world series title and 26 years. they beat the houston astros on saturday to take a 31 series lead home runs from dan's me, swanson and jorge sala helped them seal a 3 to win on. well, that's it for me. and you back over to emily, the you very much layer and that's it for this news hour. but don't go anywhere.
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