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is worth dying, so we never know whether nobody was going to come when a fruit vendor is going to emily, sell and say enough is enough. my life for democracy on how to 0. understand the differences and similarities of cultures across the world. so natal handley take it will bring you the news and current affairs that matter to you. ah, hello, i'm darn jordan doh all the quick reminder the top stories here in al jazeera, after 5 months of uncertainty, talks to revive the 2015 iran nuclear deal are sure to resume again at the end of november in direct negotiations between all signatories in vienna, stalled last june, after hardliner abraham racy won the radiant presidential election, united states as welcome announcement, but to european allies, reiterating the possibility of reaching
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a deal. while the announcement of more talks happened, hours after iran reported a naval incident in the gulf of oman, it accuse the u. s. of trying to capture tanka carrying its oil. the u. s. denies the claim. the pentagon said, is bogus and ridiculous. philip hill has more from washington, dc to all due date was coming. we were told that the deputy foreign minister would announce one by the end of the month. but now we actually have that date to put into the calendar and they, the americans are welcoming this. they are cautiously optimistic. i mean, they've sort of given a run, a very gentle warning, but they peppered it in diplomatic language because they talked about how great results are achievable. but i've also said that that window will not remain open forever. and that is their way of saying, look, we will talk, but you cannot store because that is one of the concerns that tech around might try to store things here. but in terms of what both sides, once the radians won the americans to give them a cast iron guarantee, but they will not walk away again. whereas the americans are saying, well,
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you know, we are very committed to this, but we reserve the right. so explore our options if we are given evidence, clear evidence that you are in any way violating this agreement. also they want iran to, to fulfill its obligations or to comply with this agreement before sanction lifted . so now we're in this position where there is a little bit of pastry. we've had the secretary of state, anthony blink, and talk about how there are other options. if the talks fail, read into that what you will. and we have this video that the irradiance have released from this incidents, their accounts of what they say happened just over a week ago. obviously this has been released on the day that they have also given us the state. so some analysts wondering if this is perhaps to around saying, look, we are a strong nation, we are not scared of america. we are going to come to this table as a proud, strong nation. we will not be bullied. we will knock how before you the humans accusing all sides of atrocities in ethiopia and investigation, says the government and rebels and to grow conflict violated human rights. and in some cases,
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map committed war crimes and crimes against humanity. officials at cop $26.00 climate summits are focusing on ways to finance the battle against global warming and move to renewables. i. my name of the talks is to secure enough commitments to keep the rise in the average global temperature to 1.5 degrees. exactly, help legislative met, particularly the developing world is still being worked out above all. it requires a lot of money. 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 to 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. the united states has added these reiney, spyware,
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firm, and a so group to it's cyber activities, blacklist. the e commerce department says it's because of the development of spyware and trafficking in malicious online tools. it limits the company's access to american components and technology. a russian software company and 2 other foreign businesses were also listed. israel's cost electricity in a number of areas in the occupied west bank. these railey electricity company says it's taking action against the palestinian authorities. failure to clear its debts . the blackouts affect areas near jerusalem ramallah and bethlehem. new jersey democratic governor phil murphy has now only one re election murphy's estates 1st democratic government to win a 2nd term and for decades. slim victory on the last in the virginia governors race of being widely seen as ominous for the democrats. little president biden has responded to the sent back saying he would take people's concerns seriously. so those were the headlines. the news continues here on al jazeera after the story
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about a 0 stage, and thanks to watching bye for now. ah, ah, 25 years ago, a new era in television news in the middle east began. ah, a news channel was launched, reporting real news, rather than state propaganda. ah wish providing a platform for a wide range of voices and opinions. telling all sides of a story. no filters, no censorship, no tattered bolts
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. joan was a voice for the voiceless. to day the name al jazeera is recognized throughout the world. this is its story by a quarter of a century ago in 1996, the tv station was launched from cutter in the middle east al jazeera in english.
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the island was quite unlike any of its neighboring channels. for before the arrival of al jazeera tv news in our countries was largely state controlled and uncritical of those in power. as a result, many view as distrusted their media. they saw it is nothing more than the mouthpiece of bay governments. the new channel set out to do things differently. to ask tough questions to see all sides of a story. to hear voices from the arab street. and to hold power, to account to the article of love and the cathedral menez. am allah mark. i know mac 10 or ian banana. i'll be up. i'll bottom and dolah. felicia, what cool way of corn the dia, huddle, hamish middle had rio. what time will be shackle manny? yeah. near con al cathedral chicken. the how the alignment couldn't i don't think
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in the shut up. not felt threatened best if degree be what could now work and then on the fully unforeseen has that what had the heavy hit the girl is and i got was to moderate. well i'm now thought it alena again at the dana above the shoe cook will i can, couldn't up, will damen, dylan the little had then i heard was alan hoa, i'll in the hangman. the appeal and the and we're old, saw the copy, but then the government of canter funded al jazeera, vowing to guarantee the channels. editorial independence, such separation between state and media was unheard of in the middle east. shall most of us laughing at that good. and i'll be glad i was involved with she se. oh, yes. when ha ha, ha, ha, ha ha, i'm not, i'm not exactly human and i never made a lot, but mil heard it or that it out of me a shout ability. i nearly murdered anyone. michelle garrett, it'd be the she to her even here or bob a there, a sure i lady,
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you're heard them linelle up by lisa winfield, this me, it will land. what would i, as i share my food, an off with alley stuck about fallen in that he came to live i live about in the emerging al jazeera channel saw that the audience was hungry for independent, reliable news in arabic, to feed that hunger. they had several months of testing where initial teething problems were ironed out. in that time the t met constantly to agree what exactly al jazeera stood for. they determined their editorial approach, how they would gather news, and how they would react if governments placed barriers in their way over. the new channel also needed a slogan, something that would encompass its values and identity. translated from arabic, the chosen tagline literally meant the opinion. and the other opinion up there,
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so now you of course in a shower. she added missing. luckily beat al rocky, who shower all her back to it can m. it's in rough color. many yell, shaving her leg. no, i didn't. i thought she body, she all right. you are right, you love ha, fall court. all right. had lini are about grow little. dear bad your men, alina, about your. all right, you, what, why you law, what to what catch and your corner? right. you were i right, you are, is sherburne, she, i look at i, mr. mary louder, be willing to share a de la barbie be, don't let it for us here. would you not rob telephone or the natural talk about our study? so what did you notice while at and her mom and i got to miss malloy albia until sunday the anna maria marcella and nancy thought my house up if i thought the
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horrible love if i to let natasha and jerry and can't stand. is there a kind of to a certain number that we talked about how the shape or temple a smile video must the little curtain? well, anna, me on a savannah me yet. mom i . after 5 months of rehearsals, the go live date was approaching. ah, the countdown began with november 1st 1996. the 1st global news channel from the arab world was launched by 4. looks like you read,
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no one brand ah, on the national bar. but the album who are i see it's half a can feed love without them. caldwell, i can the is, i thought that it will therefore a fresh dilute shirts to the da 0, a colder i love become her viola on a short and everybody at them connected just the earth. if you got out of can atlanta, daddy he yet, what immense, he hate of the water go. well, gabriela, when, via and associates and jesse are having a habit and act as be how to santa victory her. oh, and my last in the initial been, oh, i read the child can send me a mini godaddy. can pacific, or a william of adaptive up can the stick violin. lisa haflin with lisa and
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a care of the delicacy of the launch of al jazeera was a huge technical and editorial challenge. however, none of those involved in the 1996 unveiling had any certainty about the reaction of views. there were fears that people would struggle to adapt to the new format. audiences were accustomed to the lead story being about whatever the ruler of their particular country did on that day. but on al jazeera, the news priority was quite different. news was presented on its merits. the status quo was sent for a shake um timothy hotley and that he, all 3 of his diarrhea was sofie lilies soften labilly infect 0 fitter know lost power washer to hell is i? an agatha onion mania and copper only. and he saw think animal that have been to
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that he gave give them a dora j either will farmhouses, family for, couldn't than all of the mob all the ha, ha exhilarating what? all the other killer? brianna lee. then very heavy. helena fi, a fall video. another key difference in al jazeera format was the presence of both anchors in the studio, and journalists on the ground with it in the drama. one easy down at the news of the day could now be reported from the studio to hadn't, while local correspondence brought balanced analysis to the story as though with them. and i got, i guess either p m have them over there at wash till this very over. mcgee mckenzie chima will the phenomenon of seal hunted, bottle festival them consumer will fill out a lot of on qualitative is after lot of a lot of if you her for to cool with a few 100 learn not sure to law which i didn't get um and then become another jersey, i forgot to talk on the moon. i should have been moved as early number one format new to the arab world. was discussion shows,
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featuring gets with wide ranging views. so good luck on. but i mean, i thought a model i said many topics what previously considered controversial or taboo were open for discussion and debate. marcia audiences welcome to the exchange of ideas and you. yeah. and they tuned in worthless in their $1000000.00, kellum. oh ha ha ha ha to sham landman for answer. maybe. oh, wait a minute. i know we've been on island how and shall there have been comfort ahmed enemy? jack taylor said, madeira and miss williams give art white glove the day. if it could have had that button image, mario can be any a honda dana, but an m as your home ala l. sarah. hell at health at hamilton, had the nominate promise. clearly had the living read that knocked it off at the very 1st episode of the talk show called the opposite direction realty focused on the gulf cooperation council need. you will. and what i mean, i literally sound a sab hot, the love shot i deliberate, that fossil philosophy, ali into west napoleon in a doha hosted. and i'm no, i don't see it on the ha,
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i from it space in. don't ha, contact the new channel focused on events unfolding near and far. ah, in algeria, the country was emerging from a decade of civil war with in egypt and sudan. it was a new wind of political change. tourists visiting egyptian heritage sites in luck. so came under attack, we don't have the bomb explosions struck the u. s. embassies in kenya and tanzania . i'll kaba claimed responsibility. america responded by attacking a pharmaceutical plant in sudan, saying it had links without chi that the sudanese government vigorously denied the
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claim. also reported at the time was the aftermath of the oslo accords agreements between israel and the palestine liberation organization. alger 0 reporting of the arab israeli conflict broke new ground airing, not just palestinian opinion, but also israeli views with what does it bother with home to look any modern technology enabled al jazeera camera crews to be present at key events throughout the middle east from southern lebanon to iraq, where weston imposed sanctions were linked to increased malnutrition among children . al jesse retained prominence during the so called operation desert fox, the joint u. s. and u. k. bombing campaign against iraq. alger 0 was the only news network to have
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reporters on the ground. so to leave a lot of this exclusive covering from the, at the center of an intensive 5 day ariel bombing campaign, introduced al to 0 to a wider audience. ah, my member comments, when i worked for some of the other leading global networks, there were times when, you know, my line managers would say, hey, switch on al jazeera arabic, see what they're saying. looks like they've got into a place where we haven't been able to get into. i remember a comment that my line manager made during the conflict in iraq and he said, you know, i'll put it in slightly more polite terms that he was like, you know, al jazeera, they just whipped car behinds. they just whipped are behind on this story. algebras presence on the ground at the very heart of major stories,
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gave it many scoops over rival networks. i just gotta assess, it will erupt, fi fi a little while. okay. a dolly it her the alley by the that she said, yeah, 0. be elaine a 3rd fan of sarah. what i love about one of the still up from said a young fella to gyla he up for not to read and that he to forward that to be looked and happy about that were why shot of them allan hoa al jazeera scored many successes in those early days, but its growth was anything but plain sailing. some governments in the middle east and north africa viewed the new channel with alarm al jazeera, provided a platform for the opinions of the man and woman on the street. their voices were unfilled, it prompting a harsh response from governments in the region. so that shockley. oh me. when will buy a possibility of salisa? ha. fiona morrison and leon malone from accountable claudia,
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a fun. macarthur bishop, larry, and was sterile manner with their am. and then a mini suffered omen to hold the dumb aiyona. zoom election may then general accept the order, but then let us as men, as will millette fif is sue then pilla home and from the decor twilio. but on a shadow, was sierra damon was sigh for obama. after though, now, don't fi had this unless any mis as to go to see. i see this i'm it has in your not bother us. another al jazeera bureau to full fall of local authorities was in jordan and algae. he was office in a man, was closed after a contributor to a 1998 program voiced criticism of king hussein of jordan. but a year later the channel was back in the capitol. 6 this time to report on the king's funeral hadn't been no later. that same year al jazeera office in
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algeria was also closed. down. had an abdel aziz, beautifully care, one a landslide victory in the country's presidential vote. and in a post election interview, he objected to al jazeera line of questioning her though of a hidden he showed her it, but in alpha, to submit this out to the impact them on a shot at 10 hotel. it live, live at an amec, bella hood at right, or how are a mom or a sharon s l just a minute and your boss had the yellow rob glasses. beautifully part about facade, a will neck the had the fill. shawanda romania. why her ugly would of nuclear district like me to get them and that, that, that aim only them. yeah. and the cut little weasel. and actually i around as not will, i'm headed more matter. the ballet head, the hill cabella. now we're in the much the bill. yeah, 0 fish as it. overly coffee by the hail. ha bella. as one door closed, another opened in may 1999 al jazeera set up an office in cobble
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with the taliban was now in control. other networks steered well clear of afghanistan. and ernest, she said, well to her shall see her till you are who mo would dare for afterthought mac. the pico for job can and nausea. he her understand your and if you lose her whom of polly bern, there were a sort of behalf ment, lindman virginia to allow them kind of sailors doing that sort of be hard. if a polymer a high, the hill month, the co harden ability bar, i'm that amine bought would say in for jewelry, omen, my national algebra read in the clinic and my actual delicate him for job. oh i lou jazeera with unfair. it'll be a wellness waterleaf of judy them abbey. in the occupied palestinian territories, the al jazeera journalists were on the front line from 2000
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to 2005 al jazeera closely covered the 2nd intifada, all palestinian uprising. israel accused the channel of fanning the flames of public outrage. al jazeera responded that its role was like that of any media organization to report, not support one side or another. ah, not that up. the public for this to leah father that up san jose. gonna lock on with the with did not have a civil thought that his idea that it took a little in or out on usage, medial amended with la cardoso hovel, martha. madam, the city of zillow diploma. it had to have had the id in domestic maxima, rhodium as ilda alcaraz. both sides to the arab israeli conflict criticized al jazeera is reporting its office in ramallah in the occupied westbank
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was shut down by the palestinian authority for 5 days. following a report about alleged corruption. generally cub court armand must have a reason for the sunni arrived. yasser arafat was that it could be so, bobby, solid in latitude, brahman, the filament gunner, and one of them out at the body of the new millennium, marked several major events, both in the middle east and in the world at lunch. in may, 2000 al jazeera was the 1st to report at the collapse of the s l. egg militia, known as the south, lebanon army is followed. the withdrawal of his ready forces from lebanon al jazeera was the 1st media to enter the s l. a controlled detention center in al key m palestinians were outraged by the visit of his railey politician ariel sharon, to the alex, a mosque compound in occupied east jerusalem. ah,
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now the one that can be and how about imagine when i come back on you, i to send them a fight at a module, adding it back as a direct line. let me see new york. but one days from that period will be for ever invented on the generation who witnessed the attacks of september, the 11th of 2001 day early october. how many of the attacks resonated long after the terrible events of that september morning, global geo politics pivoted from that date? the west looked to the east both for answers and is a military target for its response. $3000.00 civilians died on the ground and in the 4 hijacked aircraft, the world held its breath awaiting america's response. had a had that sir. ha, ha ha ha! a lot eva, an eta mia?
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a dounia v. a. a suburb, melissa adida. what number and an agenda? triple mozilla is. bush and a deck seligman what asia al jazeera is reporting of the events after $911.00 or a key part the channels history. the attacks have been orchestrated by the archive leader osama bin ladin who became the world's leading fugitives. within weeks of the attacks are kinda left to tape video message at the doorstep of al jazeera cobble. often the 19 hijackers responsible for the 911 attacks in the united states all came from the middle east. as a result, the political military and media spotlight fell on this region. the us president george w bush. place the blame for the attacks on archive. at 1st, they denied responsibility for the last 9 days. some journalists from other media networks faced themselves in the audience. the renews are keen to gain an edge on
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any breaking news. and though the fi, cnn can in the wasa market of his own, etc. harlem, who saw sophie lumper shuttle off up with him and then i'll tell him how to hold the shot and will not feel as if he at done. lemme as he are best fit cabella my been lad, and we'll him the best it did. he said he'd been less than a fellow might be day. it'll head about it for understand. we'll fax been lad in charlotte mac the majestically. hey the only the far and lean couldn't. you should have moved into the min america bond, or the lobby could hold on just last year. could be what
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it is he, he, you, hubbard, my best on the about. so that he enough about his story was in afghanistan where been logged in was believed to be in hiding algae 0 with the in the foreign tv broadcaster in campbell at the sound of military operations on the 7th, october 2001 as with operation desert fox, 3 years earlier, al jazeera, his presence on the ground, gave it a head start over its competitors. lad and mother the believe with a little so kind of a little le, the stab of methodical for, but the other butterball a little before i saw the movie the from of a little bit like it off turn, the feeder, a lot of them above a william fell illegal, banana county the i need to know until had to fully wa hill him to work for them. but if you 0 going to long. but as i have no one predicted in 2001 that the
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us operation in afghanistan. but last a further 20 years, know that one of the early bombing targets would be the al jazeera bureau in the capitol reporting was entering at dangerous new face. oh, tens of thousands of children who, born into old lives under the ice, will regime in iraq and syria. now many are in camps you the orphans all with that we don't mothers rejected by their own communities. she could do like people are going to welcome them after that. of course, mom and you documentary his, that chilling and traumatic stories for the children throw stones at me, iraq's last generation coming soon on al jazeera. the climate has changed every year for millions of years, decades of talk, but little action. it's all about distract, create confusion to crate, smoke and mirrors the shocking truth about how the climate debate has been
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systematically subverted. the oil industry was a made bank roller or opposition to clock back to campaign against the climate. do you think that's a bad thing? more shoot. you did was curious if we've absolutely all g 0 lou. hello, i'm darren jordan dough. the top stories here on al jazeera, after 5 months of uncertainty, talks to revive the 2015 iran nuclear deal. a scheduled to resume again at the end of november. in direct negotiations between old signatories and vienna stools. last june off to hotline that abraham bracy won the presidential election the united states as welcome the announcement bye to european allies reach, awaiting the possibility of reaching a deal.

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