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is worth dying for, we never know when an opening is going to come. when a fruit vendor is going to emulate themselves and say enough is enough. my life for democracy on how to 0. ah, this is al jazeera ah. hello from doha. i'm alamo. his in with the al jazeera news are coming up for you in the next 60 minutes. every day, more people are suffering and dying. the you and human rights chief for this is a rapport. sony therapy is more documentary, what she describes as extreme brutality. the u. s. government imposes restrictions against israel's pegasus spyware. company en, eh,
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so group and 3 other foreign firms. boyd's, my major climates announcements, leaders, head home from cop 26 leaving officials to negotiate sticking points like finance. and the taliban says that wants to end afghanistan's dependence on opium. we'll hear why it may take a global effort. and i'm sorry to hide us. i'll have all the sport, the atlanta braves when the world series an epic thought against the houston astros . ah, the un has found evidence that all sides in ethiopia as t gray conflicts have violated international human rights, and some may amount to war crimes and crimes against humanity. the humans, human rights chief said the year long conflict has been marked by extreme brutality
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. priyanka gupta reports these mass graves in my car draw in northern if he appear on earth, what the un says could be war. crimes committed in the t gray conflict a joint. if you piano, you in human rights investigation says rebels. some t guy killed more than $200.00 ethnic. i'm her us here in november last year. the conflict have no expanded will be on t grey. it neighboring, i'm horror and of our regions. and it's been devastating for civilians. the un report found the year long war editor and soldiers who backed, if you'd be a federal army, as well as if you've been guffman soldiers. anti grand rebels have committed widespread crimes including rape, torture, and killings of civilians. all parties to the conflict have committed violations of international human rights, humanitarian and rest you law. some of these may amount to war crimes and crimes
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against humanity. if you're p as kaufman t us largely welcome to report. while expressing its serious reservations about aspects of the findings its promises set up a task force to investigate the allegations by rebels him to cry said the report is flawed. citing the involvement of the fuel been human rights commission. but on the ground, the conflict is intensifying in the capital, addis ababa? there's an air of tense come one year since the start of the conflict. playground rebels say they have captured to northern towns on a major highway leading to the capital. but somebody guesses it worries me a lot because death, a and compulsion are near addis ababa. they travelled many kilometers to get there . i think they will control addis ababa as well. so that's what i'm young. i will participate in the war in whatever way. young people can, i'm planning to head to the front line. prime minister i b,
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m o has urged if you're pin few night and fight against the rebels. you with a company called this pit, which is doug, very deep, will be where the enemy is buried, not where he threw up your disintegrate. we will bury this enemy without blood and bones and make the glory of ethiopia high up again. do you investigation only looked into reports of abuse until late june, when the rebels regained much of t gray. it does not include any attacks or civil in abuse since then. and now they are fears the conflict could worsen putting millions of fuel pins at risk, bianca stuff out 0. well, the report has been released as ethiopia answers a new state of emergency with t grey rebels moving towards the capital. they say they're pushing from t gray into the neighboring regions of i'm horror and afar and turn the highway running cents to add somebody to growing rebels. say they to control these times
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this week, including culture. it's, it's on a supply line linking the landlord nation to the port city of to see will let say across live 90 samuel guess she's joins us for me. i decided some you, let's start with the prime minister's response to that report. he said largely the welcome said, what should we make of this? well, he said he had a serious reservation about the import. and then he highlighted in the accused the t p a left off committing all kinds of crimes. giving you a glimpse that compromise or a solution to a conflict that began a year ago and destroyed the lives of millions of the opens, the displacement of more than 2000000 people. approximately 2000000 people in the killing of so many people will not end, but we'll just continue. and that's what the reaction has been so far. but the t p left is insisting that the report only involved ethiopian side the human human
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rights commission, which is on arm length of the government. and that they think it's biased against them. and in terms of what's happening on the ground right now, we have seen, or at least people are for saying they've taken these times, they're making their way towards the capital just as serious an escalation as this will lead you've been tied. hasn't even claimed that the dessie and composure have been taken over by the t p left, which the hug describe or are proclaimed as a terrorist organization in yogurt. but they've been, the local government has been telling, get your best to register all their arms and to defend their neighborhoods in case the t p left come to town. i'm giving if your parents a real scare of what's to come in nor clear understanding of what's happening in the country. okay. savvy. okay. to she their life for as an ad, asap of a thank you, samuel you. well,
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earlier we spoke to michelle bashfully about the fine things in her un reports. she told al jazeera that the situation in te gray has shown no signs of improving. we don't see evidence of that. it gets better. take the conflict unfortunately, and they will mean that they will continue the suffering and grievances of people and probably also violation of human rights by both by old bodies. but on the other hand, we today, after the report, the prime minister ivy has said that they recognize that probably the troops did violate human rights and that they will make them accountable and that they will use the national institutions to do so. of course, we want to see them to justice as soon as possible. that's what we are calling all parties to do, you know, to festival, to stop a hostility, some violence to stop the payment rights and, and to also start with the process of accountability, the,
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to bring perpetrators to justice and to have them a counselor, we are calling all parties on that, and particularly of course, the government, the government to retire because government needs to are the ones who has to be responsible to protect, promote, and ensure human rights. well, i think it's really important international community can really commit to do as much as possible. they have been trying to now to try to bring peace, to try to produce a situation where dialogue is possible to, to look what could be the incentive incentive for both sides of the old sites. to be able to stop this terrible conflict and terrible and devastating impact to so many families and so many victims and be able to stop once for all the hostilities and, and big piece. because what big things to want is to be able to leave again in a normal way to, to get back to their livelihoods. they're what everything they have lost. and of course, they want also to everybody, to acknowledge their personal civilities on this conflict. and that truth could
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come and they could have justice and reparation. united states is that is the israeli spyware firm. and so group a russian software company and 2 other foreign businesses to cyber activities, blacklist, commerce department says it's in response to their role in developing spyware. trafficking malicious tools, malicious online tools, and fisher has more from washington dc swell. essentially, the commerce department says to take this action when they think there is a threat to americans, and they clearly see these companies as pausing the threat that 2 companies in israel, the n a. so group and can de route they develop spyware. that was used to target journalists, embassy workers, businesses activists, academics. and so they've decided that those 2 companies have to be added to the list, also added positive technologies and russia, and c, s i. c at from singapore, the traffic cyber tools,
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which allowed people and companies and countries to access the personal information of people all around the world. and we've seen many of those malware attacks a just in the last year or so, particularly here in the united states as well. that this decision to put them on the list is made by a company that a committee that includes not just the commerce department, but also state and defense and energy and sometimes on occasions treasury. the biden administration says that this shows that human rights is right at the heart of their foreign policy by taking this action. now this list was created back in 1997. it was really in then to try and stop companies abroad and places like iraq obtaining the materials that could be used to develop weapons of mass destruction. but clearly over the last 10 years or so, much of the focus has moved on to cyber crime. and what can be done in cyberspace that could be a threat to the united states and others. and so what happens when they're on the
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list is that these companies are not allowed to import any u. s. technology that might help them develop. and also other countries are not allowed to import it and then pass it on to these companies. perhaps the most famous company still on the list is what way the chinese technology and mobile phone company? no, they have for new members to add to that list to joy while we're there. signs. marcella has only use ar including wise and sea levels, threatened coastal communities in the philippines, underscoring the need for urgent action on climate change. why israel has caught salad tricity in parts of the occupied west bank and in sports at most rinaldo, to the rescue once again for manchester, united champions league action coming up here a little later this, these are as
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an upbeat moods after leaders reach to landmark climate deals at the cop $26.00 summits in glasgow. they include agreements to reverse deforestation and cut methane emissions by the end of the decades. leaders, affluent arch, leaving officials to aren't sticking points like finance. a wealthier countries are going to help others adapt to climate change. and move to renewable energy. over the next 5 years, we will deliver a total of $500000000000.00 of investment to the countries that need at most. and we can do more to day. i can announce that the united kingdom will commit a 100000000 pounds to the task force on access the climate finance making it quicker and easier the developing countries to access the finance they need. and we're supporting a new capital markets mechanism which will issue billions of new green bonds here in the u. k. to fund renewable energy in developing countries. i said some,
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as again said james bases live for his n, glasgow and james's, harrison pulled promises of cash for me in case finance minister. but we have had promises like this before. yes. finance day here and all of the things that are being said, sound very positive. indeed the u. k. 5 announcement is there a she soon ack, talking about rewarding the global economy, saying that london will be the example that will be the 1st net 0 financial capital . the us treasury secretary janet yellow and she said they should be a wholesale transformation of the carbon intensive global economy. it sounds very good. then you speak to some of the developing economists. and they're a little bit skeptical about all of this because they say they've heard similar things in the past. they heard them during the paris conference. remember the important pledge that was made in 2009, the figure a $100000000000.00 to go from the developed world to the developing world to help
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those developing countries to help them deal with the effects of climate change to help them transform their economies to green economies, while that money that they announced in 2009 was supposed to start flowing that $100000000.00 a year in 2020. and it hasn't happened. they've got no one year under 1000000000. and we're now told that 2023 is the target. and i think that i think signals one of the, one of the tension points in the summit, which now moves to a new phase because the global leaders, most of them are leaving now. and it's that very detailed technical negotiations in numerous meeting rooms that will take place for about a week or so. and then towards the end of this meeting to try and get everyone to go a little bit further. i think you're going to see some of those leaders come back, but that tension between the developed and developing world world one of the real themes here. okay. james space there bring us up to date life from glasgow. james,
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thank you very much. indeed. it's the world health organization has approved india's kovacs in vaccine for emergency use. vaccine is produced by barracks bio tank. well, the 10 percent vaccinated indians have taken kovacs and job w h o approval means they're not q lation against coven 19. it's more likely to be except since in other countries. let's get more now from so he jam meal. he's a religious and fellow at the university of ox with green templeton college jones is from there. it's good to have you with as old news are, it's clear the good news for india that this vaccine has been given the w h o approval, but how much of a game changer would you say this is for the global fight against corporate? well, it's not very clear at this time whether it's going to really benefit the callback's
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program, which the w. a chill set up for supplying vaccines to low and middle income countries . just to be clear, india has exported a little were $60000000.00 of faxing this year. how to flinch, you know, roughly $20000000.00. i've gone to the call x program. but what is not clear is how much of the school works in monday, and how much was the sheet? it certainly is going to help of india's exposure to other countries, commercial exports that are already agreements between the company and borrowed biotech and several countries. didn't deny, for example, have book $10000000.00 of dyslexia and there were some agreements being talked about with with hungary, countries like maurice shows it on they have received dyslexia. and so yes,
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it will help some other countries. but i don't know whether it's really going to be a game changer at this point. didn't having that ass a deal, but i am sorry to jump in there. you are very to talk about capacity, and this is what i'm going to explore. i mean, how quickly can this particular vaccine be manufactured at scale and rolled out worldwide? because a large part of the problem is certainly, and the continent of africa. very few people have had their 1st dose of faxing, let alone affect and dos. surely having a few back seen that can be manufactured at scale and will die, might help to death. those numbers a bit know? yes, you need to certainly going to add to the book. cale faxes that are available of the capacity for bottom bio take is roughly $55000000.00 a month. so it's definitely going to add up. now,
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how much of that is going to be used in india? and how much is going to be exported out to low and middle income countries, either through or to the co, x program or true gifts are true commotion partnerships is a little unclear at this point. do you think there will be pressure in order to to add this to the callbacks program? do you think there is a political will and need to boost that program as defense? what india had committed to become a donor false because x program. and it did spend about $20000000.00 to the cal x program earlier in the year. is gifts that the need within the country grew. you have to appreciate that in the month of may. and you can do your walk pulling up port. so 400000 gallons per day. so the need was very acute within the country,
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and that's why the exports were suspended. so one hopes that now with this approval and with india going back soon, situation using up quite a bit, there would be more relaxing, available to be fund dockside, the countries ok, lots to keep an eye on the future. then he jameel for ologist. they're joining us from oxford. we do appreciate that. thank you very much. indeed. thank you. results from local votes in the united states could signal trouble for president joe biden . this democrat party has against next year's congressional elections. republican glenn young can push the democrats. it's all the governorship in the state of virginia, and then you jersey democratic governor phil murphy has faced a closer than expected challenge in a state that tends to vote. democrats. these results and states the present job by one last year. just the democrats type majorities in comb, grass are vulnerable in 2020 c or co. kyle condo
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is the managing editor of some of those crystal ball at the university of virginia center for politics. he joins us now from washington. d. c. why do you think the republicans won, and what was essentially democratic states in virginia? joe barton won it by 10 points, who have the public in spanish to take the governorship. one of things that happens in these are off year elections in united states is that the presidential party candidate often struggles. you know, there is a, there can be a penalty, tory hole, you know, to holding the white house. we saw that with donald trump was in the white house here 4 years ago. the democrats, the great in the virginia in new jersey, gubernatorial elections, which are really the 2 kind of main off your elections that happened. you know, the year after the, the presidential race, but now the job is the white house and that he's not popular. i think that sort of
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poisons the political environment for democrats. and i think it reflects in the results. and then virginia shifted from voting for biden by 10 points to narrowly voting republican for governor in this, in this election. and we also saw new jersey, which is an even more democratic state than virginia. it looks like it's going to reelect democratic governor phil murphy, but only by very small mountain. you know, if this environment continues, you know, buying continues to have a poor approval rating. you know, this time next year when we're having the national mid term elections, you probably would expect the republicans to win both house and senator to pick up a lot of the state governorships, many of which are being contested next year. so it's not a centrally a done deal. does that mean next year that the republic republicans are going to take back control of both houses of congress? and that's essentially it for job by this democrats until the next presidential election. i don't know if it's a, it's a done deal per se, but, but again, i think that you know,
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that the democrats need some good things to happen in the political environment to change the perceptions of job items of work in the white house to, to improve they need a different set of issues that the country cares about, you know, the things to improve basically, to, to, you know, to, to retain control of, of the saturday, particularly the house. so, you know, again, not a done deal, but the democratic house and senate majorities are very much a danger. i'm a scramble. are the democrats and because even right now they have, they have complete control of the senate and house of representatives, and they're still struggling to get things through. i mean, i worry, are the democrats right now? i mean, i think they probably are very worried after what happened did virginia, new jersey is also, you know, the democratic majority is a very small. they only want 222 house seats last year, 218. the number for the majority. so they're only a few see to have, you know,
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in the majority. and the senate is tied 5050 now democratic vice president, couple of harris breaks, ties in the senate. but, you know, the republicans really need to now, you know, one see in the senate and a handful of seats in the house to put both chambers. and it also speaks to very helps explain some of the democrats governing challenges that their party has to be basically entirely unified to pass anything in, in the house that the senate. and it's just hard for a party to be like that. and i do suspect that there are a lot of members who are looking what happened in virginia to jersey and say, boy, i need to figure out ways to, to save myself when i'm on the ballot next year, which may not be conducive to democrats passing more big picture legislation, i'll take our conduct credit time, we're going to get your thoughts. thank you so much for joining us there from washington d. c. thank you. as trillion from sicily exchanging accusations 6 weeks after the stream scrap the submarine deal,
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the french ambassador has accused australia's government of intentional deceit. prime minister scott morrison has denied lying sarah clark reports. those are the 1st. it was the french president taking a swat, but he is struggling prime minister over his decision to suddenly scrap a $60000000000.00 contract to build nuclear submarines. now it's the french ambassador to australia, lonnie, up with the next round of accusations that the seat was intentional. and because there was far more what take, then providing submarines. the way it was ended was plainly as tab in the back. france had agreements to build conventionally powered submarines for 3 years. navy in september, the united states and great britain announced their own deal with a strata. that's surprising now it's been triggered and angry diplomatic exchange, the french ambassador in camber recalled to paris. now back in australia,
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he accused scott morrison of putting political interests ahead of astrology, diplomatic relationship and says the leak of a private exchange with the french president represents anew load, sees an unprecedented knew low in terms of our to proceed in those so in terms of truce and trust you don't be a luxurious on personal exchanges. of leaders were life. diplomatic. tensions were on full display at this week's climate summit in glasgow . but scott morrison defended his actions. regarding the scrubbing, a sub steel with france was a strategies national interests, not his own. i'm not going to cut fledging at a strider. i'm not going to call that on behalf of the strident i can do with
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whatever people try with me, but astride it has a proud record when it comes to our defense capability. that's why we were building these mobile building. i was this diplomatic style has redefined the bilateral relationship between these 2 countries. france says scope parsons behavior and the scrapping of his contract doesn't just affect this alliance, but has far reaching consequences for other countries considering future partnerships with strayer, france says it wants a concrete effort made by struggle efforts to get the relationship back on track. but neither side showing any sign of backing down that could take time here or clock out a 0. queensland, australia. so head on al jazeera by these electricity workers in salonica. frank related deal struck with the united states and had one american artist as putting a new spin on ceramics to be tail history. as for the men in green mart shown over you only action from c 20 world co,
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later ah color, we got more very heavy showers, the seasonal range, as they should be across said the amazon basin face and big. now pause in 2 parts of bolivia and also into peru. we have seen some flooding here, rashed and i'm afraid i say we showers are set to continue for the next few days. as i said, these are the seasonal range of season. rather, wait, whether to just the round of a plate pushing for your why to the far south of brazil still on the warm cipher santiago, around 30 celsius for wednesday afternoon. things cool off a touch about where it should be. as we go through 1st, a high, then of route 26 degrees, similar valley. therefore, one assertion, notice it does turn by the wet across northern parts of argentina at that state. asia, brazil also saying some very heavy showers, possibly see some localized flooding and ice breakdown,
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pause. they extend the way all the way up to was the caribbean, more heavy showers around panama, nicaragua, costa rica, line of clout here the are the leeward, also seeing some live the showers as we go on through where to stay with a scattering a showers across sir the caribbean, big down pl, still continuing into believe over the next couple of days. possibly some flooding . then greater antilles saying some heavy rain over the next day or 2 southern parts of the us also seeing some very heavy rain over the next couple of days. and turning increased the unsettled with the risk of flooding for the pacific northwest . ah, the latest news, as it breaks the president is allowed to impose a state of emergency for 15 days, with the option of extending it for another 15 days without congress's approval. we detailed coverage with his rights group in southeast asia say they confirmed about the rise in reported cases of working conditions from around the world government
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and secured agencies that describe the recent incident as planned with the aim of this table. i think the country in the country with an abundance of results for our and walk indonesia whose firms for me, we move to grow and fraud. we balance for green economy, blue economy, and the digital economy with the new job creation law, indonesia is progressively ensuring the policy reform to create quality jobs invest . let's be part linda. this is growth and program it even easier now. oh, a
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just a quick reminder, over the top stories are un has find evidence that all sides any deal, b s t, right, conflicts have violated human rights and from man to war, crimes and crimes against humanity. the report says the conflict has seen extreme brutality for us israeli spyware firm. and so group russians, software company, and 2 other forms businesses to that entity list for threatening cyber activity. move threatens to move, restrict their ability to access american products. more than 100 countries are joining the us, the use to cut me faint emissions by 30 percent. by the end of this decade. the 2nd big commitment from climate summit in glasgow for tax and deforestation. also by 2030.


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