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at the santa al bowden says he's committed the handing power to a civilian leadership. he led last month's military takeover. after dissolving the transitional government, i thought it nautica mild will we believe there are some obstacles that are not in the form of prime minister abdulla hum duke, but rather the way the government was run in the previous period that are also issues with the constitutional declarations these are the political parties and their dealings of the executive government and the sovereignty council war. all of these issues are currently negotiated and they represent the core of the partnership sherlock talks and not just about forming the executive cabinet that are many other issues. we are discussing willing cartoon demonstrators of set of barricades as part of a 2 day national strike. several people were arrested during the city and hip morgan has the latest, the sudanese professional association. the body that has spearheaded calls for protests have called on people to participate in general, tried to be and that is to say they have asked for people to stay at home and stay
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away from work to show the army that they don't want to be control and they don't want to work under military rule. now we've been driving on the street of how to some of the main roads, i protested, have been asked to set the barricades to reduce the movement and show their protests input, peaceful ways. but many of those main street are actually open and what you can see going around driving around hard to me, is just the remnants of those barricades which have been removed by the military asper some protested. but some have also been removed by civilians themselves. processes have reported that the police and security forces have used force to open bills, barricades that was set up concrete blocks rock breaks. people are using with big can to barricade the street to reduce the movement around the capital tube. now they say this is their form of resistance is how they showed that they are against the military. most barricades are found on roads at residential neighborhoods.
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processes say that these barricades have become a symbol of their resistance to the military take over there now calling for a complete solution of the power sharing agreement that was signed in 2900 between the army and the civilian coalition that led to the formation of the transitional government, which was developed by the military on october 25th, the day of the peak over it. they say that they want to see the army return back to their barracks and have wrote no role in governing the country and its politics. this all comes while prime minister out the lambs oak remains under house arrest, as well as several other senior former government officials. now mediation efforts to try to bridge the gap between prime minister of the dog and the civilian coalition on one side and the army on the other side is yet to produce any result. a series of attacks on civilians in indian administered kashmir has sparked fears of a renewed conflict in the region. authorities of stepped up security to avoid it further and rest. the poverty metal has worn. oh that earth,
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her family is mourning the loss of its eldest son, shaw had a jaws was shot nearly a week ago. his brother is so overwhelmed with grief, he faints. his mother implores him to wake up. she says he's all she has left off to losing showerhead. i saw a gun one. he was on his way from work at an apple farm. we had been waiting for him when we got a call saying he was shot dead at a checkpoint in chopin district to it. we don't know what actually happened. authority, sasha had was caught in the crossfire between paramilitary forces and what they call a suspected terrorist. that happened off to indian administered, pish, me suffered, it's was violence in month in october. at least 33 people were killed like shaw head. 10 was civilians governed in thoughts by india and pakistan. the disputed territory has long suffered attention and unrest indeed, administered kashmir. has seen a decades long armed rebellion against new daddy's rule 2 years ago. the indian
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government revoked the regions autonomy and imposed one of the strictest locked down in history for the feeling resentment on the recent incidents have triggered memories of the 1990. when insurgency was at its most violent, the targeted killings of minorities was common and led to an exodus of thousands of cush meeting hindus. the government has responded by putting more soldiers in patrol and they often fris people. members of prime minister in the reigns remote. these party jumped the party, denounced this comparison, and insist the security measures will prevent further attacks. glad to come by the p address opened back then separate. distant militants roamed feeding bag doesn't have been out because they don't have any presently, own dentist are becoming irrelevant. which is why they're targeting, unarmed, to renew employee migrant. some political analysts accused the government of failing to stem a sense of alienation among the regions youth that is fueling a separatist movement in the region. this is some work creating
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a huge sem. something's secured, the among the masses and the appeal that they are back to the situation that was with them there really and other parts of jr and kashmir in early nineties when m. so john, she was active to speak. a police investigation is underway into the civilian killing, and security forces have detain hundreds of people for questioning over the last few weeks. but shy family disputes the official version of the incident and wants a more thorough prob, they say they're waiting for justice and struggling to cope with the void left by his passing pardoning. nathan al jazeera, you deli trees, have been uprooted, and rhodes are on the water in the southern indian state of time. you now do the region as experienced it's heavy astound, poor since 2015 flooding that ye are killed. more than 200 people enforced many others to flee their homes. meteorologists are predicting more rain in southern
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india this week. or the 3000000 children under the age of 5 are said to receive polio vaccinations in afghanistan. that taliban administration announced inoculation drive on sunday, reversing a 3 year ban before taking control of the country. the taliban had barred un teams from doing door to door campaigns in areas under their control. the group was suspicious that the medics and team members could be spies. as the global climate summit continues in scotland, the effect the our food supply is having on the planet is coming under scrutiny. a plant based diet for many has been suggested, but it will be enough for the 800000000 people that the you and estimates regularly suffer from food shortages. but it's feared that increasing temperatures will only make that worse. as rog, reynolds reports now from california san joaquin valley. so how are things go
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tough, mike wood is the 3rd generation farmer in california is san joaquin valley. he grows 200 hector's of omen trees. but recently he's been thinking of selling the ranch. yeah, the consideration of sale has been right in the front of the gray matter for quite some time. actually, this dolly is a cornucopia of agricultural plenty rich soil in a benign climate produced a vast bounty of meat, milk, vegetables, fruits, and nuts. but global warming is changing the valley. 2021 was the 2nd try us here on record. while some years are wetter than others, repeated drought strains, the capacity of an elaborate system of canals and reservoirs that bring water from far away. it's getting hotter to the valley, he had a record $45.00 degrees celsius in september land where fruits or vegetables might
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be grown would be left idle. it's not unusual to see sites like this entire orchards ripped up and ground into mulch. these effects aren't unique to california, china, russia, nigeria, brazil, all over the world have their own localized impacts. but the one thing in common is that global warming is causing those impacts and humans are causing global warming. scientists say some of the world's most important breadbasket regions are also the most at risk of failure due to climate shas, persistent drought, and extreme temperatures. here in california and other farming regions around the world raise an important question about the future of our species. how can an ever warming planet feed a human population that is expected to grow from 7900000000 to day, to nearly 10000000000 by mid century?
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simply expanding farm land won't do. the more forests are cut down the worse global warming gets. scientists say we must adapt or starve our ability to be able to feed the planet is going to require some wholesale changes both and how we produce food . and how we share food across the planet is going to require that we probably change our diet and move more towards a plant based diet. this is the emitter, mike wood is optimistic, one, that technology will provide a solution. when i talk about the technology, i'm talking about the ability to produce 50 percent to a 100 percent more than we did on the same acre 40 years ago. hope for the future in a time of climate uncertainty. rob reynolds al jazeera in the san joaquin valley. california with scotland is
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a world leader in the transition to renewable energy plans to develop a new oil field off it's coast in the north sea. are still going ahead even though many existing platforms are currently sitting unused. i environment editor ne clark reports now from the chromos he 1st in northern scotland. it's not a view you'd expect from village high street, 300 kilometers north of the climate talks in glasgow. the vision, perhaps of the future. unused oil and gas rigs park top in chromarty, furth, not pumping fossil fuels from the depths of the north sea. the perth is a barometer of the state of the you case, oil and gas industry. when there's a downturn, it gets pretty crowded. these platforms are awaiting new contracts. contracts will be few and far between as the move to renewables gathers pace. at the end of 2019 the oil and gas authority estimated there were between $10.00 to $20000000000.00
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barrels of oil still to be recovered in the north sea. in fact, as i speak as a bit underway to open up the giant combo oil field, about 250 kilometers to the north of here around the shetland islands. but the reality is says the move away from fossil fuels gathers pace. sites like this will become more and more common. whiteley wind farms south of glasgow, the 2nd largest onshore wind farm in europe. across scotland, wind power is a big part of the energy mix in a country that's aiming to be carbon neutral by 20455 years ahead of much of the world here. 215 turbines generate enough power 435-0000 homes. in 2020, nearly 100 percent of scotland energy came from bring yearbook sources. which raises the question why the need to invest in new oil field at all? this is the, by all of us getting on the same journey. okay. and getting on the revolution
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because it's more of a revolution than a journey. in all honesty, i'm to 2050 and that's the target us to get us the 2015 net 0 by 2050. so you can't just switch everything off immediately. i'm so oil and gas production is still a massive part of the economy. it's a massive part of how we holmes are wholly fuel or transport system. so we need to go on that transition. we need to go not revolution and that will happen over a period of time, back in chrome, etc. the yellow stanchions of offshore wind turbine. stan sentinel, ready to be deployed out at sea, where the petroleum platform has rained for decades. and as the all rig becomes slowly redundant, the renewable sector is expanding a pace replant here in the 1st for a hydrogen hub and to create a base for floating wind farm. but the transition away from fossil fuels needs to be carefully managed to make span a success for everybody involved in coming to work as we need to make sure there's
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good quality jobs for them to move into. that means that renewables needs to be trading enough jobs and that she has to be a pathway that people can move from the fossil fuel jobs to the green jobs. there is no doubt about the direction scotland is heading in. the question is, how far behind will the rest of the wealthy nicholas al jazeera comedy fer, coming out after the break architecture under stress in liberia is the country that became a home for freed slaves welcomes a new wave of african americans and another record breaking performance from nova joked edge, all the details coming up in sport ah, stories that need to be told. find a way. opening a window into another light. these are my babies, my students where i go, where i see them. it's just like we are in secondary,
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from personal endeavors in epic struggle to colossal sacrificing in individual johnny witness showcases in firing documentary that changed the world on al jazeera, compelling. we keeping our distance because it's actually quite dangerous. ambulances continue to arrive at the explosion in spite, i still don't feel like i actually know enough about what living under fascism was life, unequal to broadcasting. thumbnails have been august night, he was born. a happy al jazeera english proud recipient of the new york festivals broadcaster of the year award for the 5th year running lou
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aah! liberia's government is leading a campaign to get african americans to come and settle there. the government is offering citizenship and a chance for people to reconnect with their roots as part of the policy. many historic buildings have been torn down to make way for apartment blocks. but as little as such, reports are from the capital. monrovia. architects wants to protect the old properties to preserve the country's troubled history. online barriers, providence island and african american is in search of her past. who are a prichard from michigan, is stepping in the ruins of the 1st home, built by fried american slaves, brought to africa some 200 years ago. it's on providence island that they founded the republic of liberia. providence island feels like liberty proud as island feels
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like healing um providence. highland feels like joy and anticipation and it, providence island means is a place where i can remove. i can take the chains from my neck. i can shake the dust from my feet and i can start new. that's what i have in the countries oldest church, the young gather to celebrate thanksgiving. we tradition brought by the free slaves, supported by the american colonization society. the founding settlers became the country's elite and they kept many african needed in servitude transforming their traditions, culture, and architecture. according to the truth and reconciliation commission, this helped fuel liberia's civil wars. a quarter of a 1000000 people died during the 2 decade long conflicts were in downtown monrovia from where during the civil war snipers which shoot at people. and it's in this neighborhood that yet again,
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a 100 year old building is being torn down to make way for you apartment blocks. now for some, this is library moving away from its past, looking towards the future. for others, preserving these old buildings, it is an essential act of remembrance of le bear as troubled and divided passed. but this is like there was the end of a book so much alike. a shack that the owner richard tolbert wants to tear down, but architect, joseph jones, sees history worth preserving. you cannot forget about your pass. will one, the kids, the big, the duke kiss. what i study architectural to understand how houses are bill in liberia before and why almost all of the free sleeves came from america, southern state of south carolina. this of us came here trying to similar a margaret called shaw. they're brought american culture back to liberia, very intensive, where not to be africans. my beer is history does not start for the arrival of
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african americans. jones believes some of the street names should reference the nation. 17 indigenous groups and efforts be made to preserve the diverse architectural history of the country. as an increasing number of african americans make labor at their home. laura pitcher believes there's so much to learn from the past in order to build a better future for all liberians. nicholas hawk al jazeera providence island librarian. ok, it's time to get all the sports news now. here. speech, windella. barbara, thank you. it's been quite a week from now that jack of it in paris. as the accolades keep flowing a day after counting the year, end will number one for a record 7th time the serbian claimed a record 37 for masters, 1000 title joker, which came back from a set down against a neil meditative avenging his loss in the us open final, back in september,
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it was the 1st decided in paris for 31 years to feature the talk to in the rankings . that was the 1st master's title of the year for duke of h. any separates himself from ref, l madell. at the top of the list for all time victories. roger federer has claimed 28 crowns and only 6 players have one at least 10 masters titles. special when my both my kids for the 1st time watch the entire madsen, the finals. i want a match. i mean, it was incredible. fight i all the way to the last shot. but, you know, i knew that he takes, it takes a best effort to win against, than he always in tremendous form. you know, he beat me quite comfortably in finals of new york. so, you know, i, i learned my lesson and analyze that match and, and try to do things better on the court today. especially in the 2nd and 3rd, just almost flawless status from my side. so i'm very, very, very informative. one max for stoppin has extended his champ jibley to 19 points
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with victory at the mexico city granbury. the red bull driver started food on the grid, but managed to find the lead by the opening corner. at the same time, whole set of al teddy bought as was clipped to buy a daniel ricardo, ruining both their races for stopping was unchallenged out in front us. hamilton finished 2nd holding off the other red bull man sergio perez, who became the 1st mexicans to claim a podium swat at his home grand prix. in the premier league, west ham united, defeated liverpool to move up the 3rd in the standings. just 3 points behind lead is chelsea. this free from trains, alexander arnold leveled matters after the hammers had earlier taken. an early lead at west ham restored their advantage in the 67 minutes. when public for nelson school for them offended, could zoom a method to make it $31.00 as livable slipped to their 1st defeat in any competition for 7 months to the day of school $32.00, but prosecutor and club was not happy with the refereeing and v or influence on the
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game show it's just don't do anything just at the table to be i saying, and abby have done the problem with their client, obvious mistake because whoever has them there and to be are hides behind death, race and, and we have 2 people hiding and envy of the wrong decision, antonio concierge returned to the premier league did not go to plan, but at least he avoided defeat. stores had a great chance to take the lead against everton just before half time. only to see sergio regular and unable to find the target. the match finished gola, sorry. can't wait. now you won't be be gamma bigger by now you want to to train on to try it all to be competitive. are and are you my sir? you must ever are as table team are not ups and down ups and down and are in today a we didn't consider girl and i think her is are
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a good start to or to improve her arsenal extended their unbeaten running the lead to 8 matches and 6 of those have been victories. watford was the latest victim, emil smith row scoring the only goal of the game. but anyway, really important it to be clear that we have, we was going to have moments of frustration. and we respect it says and a game plan for them, and that is going to happen. and you have to go through that. i have to be consistent, undetermined with what you want, what you can, the game, the type of action that are necessary to win the match, and keep going. and whenever last, cyber that and my opinion is why we went again, mexican box or canal overheads showed why he's regarded as the best pound for pound fighter in the world. by becoming the sports 1st undisputed super middle way champion, or that had stopped kayla plant in the 11th round of the unification bounce in las vegas. he dropped the american with a left hook. and even though his opponent got up on the feet and
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a lot sent him back to the canvas, the referee then stopped. the fight with silver is the adding plants. i b f. bell to the 3 he already had. he's the 1st boss, or from latin america to be crowned an undisputed champion. we will need them. we put that they're going, i've always had a connection with the mexican fonts. i'm really happy that mexican fans or able to witness this fight and shared the success with me. it mean for low to be a mexican undisputed champion? new zealand have secured the last semi final spot of the t 20 cricket world cup. that's after dominant 8 wicked when over afghanistan. black haps bold 1st and restricted their opponents to one and 24 for 8, and helped by an unbeaten 40 from their captain. kane williamson. new zealand reached their fathers with more than 11 dolls to spare. their victory means one of the pre tournament favorites. india are eliminated. the kiwis now high england in the semis. no sooner
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a well class team lives proven over the last we wall last year. and what will or waffle competition extremely strong or powerful. but in order and a very skill ballinger, so we know it's going to be a real tough challenge. but saying that we've got a really good group elsewhere. punky storm defeated scott, who as they prepare for the semi finals captain but of them lead from the front with 66 of the top of the order. but he's done posting 189 for fall, richie barrington, hidden unbeaten, 54 for the scots, but was not to be as they fell short by 72 runs in chicago. the pakistani will take on australia on thursday for a place in the final scotlands cricketers losing their but the national rugby team enjoy the better results in edinburgh against australia. hey, miss watson, going over for the 1st try of the test, the wallabies hit back and took the lead when they swore to drive their own courtesy of rob liotta un ashmond,
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then crossed the line for the scots to restore the lead. but it took a late fin, russell penalty to make sure 1513 to scotland for their food. when in a row over the audience and in moto gp, francesco bunny, iowa claim, the l. gov grand prix. in portugal, the italian started on poland picked up his 3rd victory of the season. the race was stopped prematurely when he cared. aleck warner and miguel olivera crashed on yeah, as victory also help ducati clenched the constructors title that so we'll leave it for now. barbara, back to you in london. peter. thank you. now, inventor, as for more than 40 countries are in kat had for a week, long technology showcase supercomputer is cloud technology and robots are among the innovations on display. they're competing for the top prize, which includes significant financial investment, victoria gate and b has more now from dollar ac middle mastery has come from garza
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to cat, are looking for investment. he's invented a robot glove that designed to help palestinian people. his hands paralyzed through injury, sustained during conflicts with israel. i hope we can come out with this as a prototype. i hope if there is any company or any agent can support this project, then we can make our multiples of this robot to come to glove and to provide it to the mission, to embellish science, especially in gaza. and we have a little bit on with balise and ambition, hands after the ugly war, having their competitors for more than 40 countries. taking part in the 1st have a challenge and innovation for him in qatar. judges will evaluate the best ideas over the next 2 days. and toward cash prizes for those placed 1st, 2nd and 3rd is up to $250000.00 of prize money to be $1.00. once the win is from here, have been chosen, the participants will be divided into teams. they'll then compete to design,
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build and test an idea from scratch over a 48 hour period. one of the organisers is an inventor himself. he knows 1st hand how difficult it is to get investment for new innovations. normally, a for, as inventor is very hard for to start up your company. so what we are doing here, we bring the inventors, and we call a lot of research and starts of companies to meet them. and we hope it will be sort of a new business for them. it's hope this will become an annual event. the winners will be announced in a weeks time, victoria gate, and be al jazeera, doha. more on that and everything that we have been covering on our website to al jazeera pommy, can see our top story there at the interview with general for ham inside. and we're going to have more of that in just a few minutes. ah
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ah. a serious delicacy. days was one month leading the country through pleasant alice out as last legitimacy. he needs to step back. how has he retained control through over a decade of war? we examined the global power games of president bashar al assad. we believe assad simply carrying out iranian orders. what keeps you awake at night when your reason that could effect any human assad master of chaos. coming soon on alger 0,
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in the vietnam war, the u. s. army used to heidi toxic had the side with catastrophic consequences. agent orange was the most destructive instance with chemical warfare. a decade later, the same happened in the us state of oregon. these helicopters flying over the ridge brain, something they didn't even see the kids foot. 2 women are still fighting for justice against some of the most powerful forces in the world. the people versus agent orange on al jazeera, tens of thousands of children were born into or lived under the eisler regime in iraq and syria. now many are in camps, either orphans all with a widowed mothers, rejected by their own communities, chicken, your lengthened 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
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last generation on al jazeera ah, investigating the use and abuse of power across the globe on al jazeera. ah, an exclusive interview with the man who led the military takeover in sudan. general abdel fatter al bowden says, elections will be held on time and he will not be part of the new government. ah, hello barbara, sarah, this is al jazeera alive from that also coming up. iraq.


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