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we let a storm on our journey. never stops when our commitment to you. alger 025 years, a unique pause. lou. lou again, i'm fully battery boy in del. how, with the headlines on al jazeera, the conflict in ethiopia, ti gray region could spiral into a civil war. at the warning from the un security council, which has been meeting as rebels threatened to march on the capital, addis ababa is calling for an end to the fighting and is urging dialogue in a country over a 110000000 people over 90. indeed, different ethnic groups and 80 languages. no one can predict what continued fighting and insecurity will bring. but let me be clear. what is certain is
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that the risk of ethiopia descending into a widening civil war is only to real. that would bring about a humanitarian catastrophe and consume the future of such an important country. poland, disclosing part of its border crossing with bella roofs, after large groups of migrants tried to force their way through the fall and accuses the bell a russian government of allowing people to illegally cross in order to get into the european union. the un agency for palestinian refugee says it's close to collapses . 3rd largest donor, the u. k. kind of funding by more than 50 percent on rise, trying to raise $800000000.00 out of doing a conference in brussels this month. it operates around $700.00 schools and provides health care to millions of refugees. time is running out fact the message from former us president brock obama. he was speaking at the comp 26 summit in glasgow. obama praise the progress made since the 2015 parents climate deal,
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but warned it's not enough. the us and european union have led cause to reject the outcome of nicaragua elections present. daniel taylor has won a 4th term in office early results show ortega and his wife was also the vice president secured 75 percent of the vote. most opposition figures were bought from running or arrested before the election. funerals have been held for victims of a fuel tank regs. closure in fairly own, at least 115 people were killed. 3 days of national morning are being observed. the tanker exploded after it collided with a truck. i need to section in the capitol free town on friday. dozens of people are still in hospital and are fi out of school in new jersey, 2nd largest city, a scale at least 26 children. it happened in the city of merante near the border with nigeria. those are the headlines. witness continues next on arches here. oh,
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wow. we're seeing countries around the world waiver up mr. prism back and forth with their commitments to tackle climate change. and strider is one of those countries were recently, you know, winding back al major climate change policies are alpine's to didn't attend the summit. what do you say about that? i think i believe the people of australia, unlike normal human beings, they have compassion. they have conscience and they have morality. rather unfortunately, sometimes governments do not have that because they're not, they don't have a soul. they don't have a conscience, but they,
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they do have elections to deal with. but i think we're talking beyond political leadership. it's a cool, it's a very serious colon or a very serious, serious challenge to our even values. and so that is where i've been focusing the debate and the argument. you know, it's not about elections, it's not about the next 3 to be a term or whatever 4 year term before the next election is about the future. oh jane. you've taken the extraordinary step of purchasing land on one of the fe j islands. now that land could be used as a potential settlement feel paypal when an e q, a bad things into the ocean. but from most island is the land is sacred and incredibly special to them. they don't want to, we don't want to leave our homes. we want to be able to stay there as long as we can and but the reality is this out of georgia now beginning limited. so we have to find somewhere else to go. and it's not something that we want to do. but of course, something that we have to do, we have to face the reality. and the question you were asked she liked,
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of course we don't for a long time, i said there is nothing we can do. i was very angry. i was, there was a deep sense of futility. that no matter what i said, that, that nobody's listening, nobody's going to do anything. and there was, there was a time when there was a deep sense of depression. but i had to overcome that. and to overcome that, you've got it really threw away everything. take it all up to think about doing something crazy. like building a we our technology is improving all the time. and what would it be in science fiction? some 1020 years ago. he's the reality of debate
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and disco, the war, michael, you mean your cover code? you know, she's a move. who could more? it's going to scream a see, let me know. thanks. i want you to click on the shuttle or will she monthly for that not mean that i almost no sign up, man. you like some money but it will not do it. it will start with a fucking couldn't fall. no more money deals with you don't do it before you go on to learn more. going to be
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a simple challenge. what in the look when a man will nicole? the wound in wants of the brittle a key and the so tight on how to get settled on his own, the call not to disconnect who all this good team that june the each of our talk to me. i'm a hold on local and i was on this hi colmerton this get all article kid you muscles and i know more not in a wash than this. yeah. my food air or my home. i'm more than a couple months more probably close from out. all right, i won't pomona. yes. she was on the move on to huddling along with a closely lot at the thought with you sure popped on didn't was with
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carpet this we'll just like a so give them a little sick, you know, just got them all my whole just look at a you know the snacking land, he wasn't when it took on trail robin white again. who you who are too good to keep that in a non i hear my mom and i was all say, one way to live in a good night. when to my good, i am what is who if things will day there could be
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a good place in embedded or one. what is in your own go get america in what we and i told her that i had did r o m in m o. glen, when i was the one that has what it if it, it wouldn't go on the one on my video and therefore to get me back. i ha, ha ha ha. i my m a. i know i am lamb. this is like a. ready black level, environmental one,
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the one thing of course that's been difficult for people in contemplating the possibility of moving and they can get home bad news, bad link and connection with the spiritual golf course. once we begin to build that for sure, structure, you will find that people who will left the indigenous homes and gone somewhere else seem to have lost that spiritual commission because they no longer regard themselves as being indigenous. more shoes, islands will be gone. and so we can not build drusilla's, we cannot bill the islands or find somewhere else to live. we have to go somewhere whether this is a good thing or not,
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but the reality will be if we need to get this, then our ability to retain our culture, think distinct edition as being distinct. will no longer be very easy.
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and you know you end up being man, you know he, you know me hey, where can i find that?
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for the brick, nancy 2 strips that means positive and one strip. let's make it down more love to me. from the b. c will service hello on the planet and life itself around this rent. that's the dramatic rhetorical message at the opening day of the climate change summit in paris. the un secretary general said the world needed to go much
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further, much faster. the president obama said there was now a sense of urgency about the task and that the meeting could be a turning point. we have come to paris to show our result. i've come here personally as leader of the world's largest economy and the 2nd largest emitter, to say that the united states of america not only recognizes our role and creating this problem. we embrace our responsibility to do something about for some particularly island nations whose leaders or me would tomorrow climate change is a threat to their very existence. and that's why today, in concert with other nations, america confirms, are strong and ongoing commitment to the least developed countries. funds and tomorrow will pledge new contributions to risk insurance initiatives that help vulnerable populations rebuild stronger after climate related disastrous monitoring
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. it's in my best not affordable contribution. my don't what you got to be we got to have when, even when i didn't understand. i mean, men or medical plan understand with on the $28.00 and i had the, the special consideration the way it is, what it is that coming out with that made us an accurate in that area. i'm gonna do it. it's hard to do. so we're just gonna some academic choices, but their conference tell you what they went to here, how to position, and we be stupid. not doing that. and you're gonna know that that's you know, who's in the long committee. you look on there and this is a map divine. yeah. about it. they don't look with
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those children. a good, a good go through what good on it with feel like girl the quality but if, if it's is a foregone conclusion, no matter what happens, what's the point of a deal? now, what's the point where we need to survive? i think we are old dad by the international minutes, but you'll see you'll saying your audience will be overrun regardless of the deal eventually. but you already feeling the effects of the sea levels are causing what you're saying is, why don't we by dissipating in the whole process, what,
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what is to be gained from this process? if that's going to happen anyway away with, when did that, the petition funding? when it resources in order to be able to build hours in years. but i think what you're saying is, why argue for 1.52 degrees or whatever it says. well, i think it's important to do that because what he's going to happen to us is going to be the fate of the rest will follow. mary lee said, oh, what did you say your husband 3 weeks ago and he's working. when does he get back? he's gone. i spent 2 years in the hunt track. yeah. i wouldn't be able to get back to the bird. he leaves my way. if we can come. oh,
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when you go into the label, we're going to give him a call and i just just so you got somebody other than just me and on grade book. and you might just want somebody else to hold your hand and share it with wow. ah wow. oh oh yeah. oh yeah. yeah. yeah. yeah. yeah, yeah. there the done it here.
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that's not campus that's matter. what it means is, what is the most important thing in this world? it is people. it is people, it is pure. and let me share with you, i have a number of drafts and eventually i ended up with my final draft and it has nothing on it. and the reason is because i didn't know where to begin, how to stab to share this with you. so this morning i, i think my staff who had been trying to do this for me and i said that me from the hat. and i remember speaking at the united nations because because there was such a lot of focus on the polar bears and from trouble with the melting of the ice. and so i said yesterday we sympathize with the polar bears, but don't don't forget about us because we're down there as well. and we really
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have to deal with this and i've been talking and i've been screaming, trying to stimulate some kind of humanitarian reaction from people. but there's been none coming forward. nobody has ever offered oh cannabis. when if and when the islands are flooded, we will take you in we are talking about the humanitarian response to crisis. don't ever margaret, do it. just men of us here or anywhere. is immune from the forces of nature. i think last year having lost whatever the one thing that nobody
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could ever take away from you is your dignity. i am not structured to withstand a storm so that if ever that kind of a storm were to hit one of the islands, there would be nothing left countries with jack burning coal which i've been in high,
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very high copper footprints. i don't get it down costs if the countries know that direct is detrimental to try to help them good. the life of odd people get, they continue to do it. what is that? this is a nectar war and we don't have the means to construct mm i hear you. i haven't been able to spend with life. i've been a fuck. if i got you, i have left. i had again about a little to spend
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a minute. it was out a lot whole, but what did it receive? do i go with about a i didn't want to, jim? i done on it a day that media and so on. i'm a no, i'm wondering how big it's on a audio on demand. well, with that i was, i sent you a, did it again in french. are we gonna worry about that at the border? i was wondering, i got, and kindergarten weapon. i'm not,
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i think i'm an anyhow renovate, i'm going to worry about talking about i should. i mean, when i came back in that one to border right now, a mentor that already on my number wouldn't be available. i can get it done by a lot with a boy, a r a. m q u e. okay, were you your guy?
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no, she doesn't miss a good deal with any with anybody y n y a y a a a go what?
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i was the name on the order a ah ah i the dakota oil pipeline snaked through
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indigenous land but not without resistance but right in front of me they were beaten, arrested, and stuff is protected. they are needed and so proclaimed, which i protected. the women of standing rock on al jazeera, ah, i had learned they, let's have a look at the weather in north america, and it's been rather mild and settled across central areas of the us and canada. but that is going to change. it is gonna turn west and windier and cooler across
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many of those central states. and that's thanks to a winter storm that's blowing in to the west. it's brought some rain heavy snow to pots of british columbia. we've had warnings out for vancouver island and a lot of that snow is going to push into western areas of the u. s. i, california, oregon, and washington. by the time we get to wednesday, going to move across the rockies and into the plains. and as that cooler air mixes with the warm air, we are going to see some severe storms roll across the midwest. we could see some flash flooding as those torrential rains and storms come into play. by the time you get in to late later in the week, it's going to move across into the great lakes. we are going to see the temperature come down in places like toronto, for example, but well, much of the east coast. it remains easy breezy, lots of sunshine coming through from new york, washington dc. it's dryer in the southeastern corner, and it remains dry in the south west. the temperature in los angeles,
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recovering. and it's a similar story from mexico as we move to central america with a few showers in southern areas. ah, a water crisis in america's west is intensifying the historic division. nope, liberated ecosystems to create agriculture at the expense of our tribes. that's where your grand since time get the strong taken away from the phone lines. investigate how climate change is pushing an oregon town to breaking point. we will fight because it's in a blood, we are literally to the point that people are going to start seeing each other when the war to stop on al jazeera, the latest news as it breaks. so can families say that this is the only way we have to make a living? but it's having a huge impact on the environment with detailed coverage, regional and intellectual acts as have been urgent general upon through versus
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school and was so the transitional government, it evolved from around the world. 8 groups alleged greek also as you have often tried to prevent potential asylum seekers from entering group territory. ah. ready ready a warning, the conflict neatly appears to grind region could descend into a civil war. ah, they are watching al jazeera live from doha with me for the battle. also coming up, poland deploys more soldiers sweets, border with bella, rooster bell, russian government is accused of allowing migrants to illegally cross into the european union. the u. s. lifts covered 19 restriction, so foreign nationals opening its borders to fully vaccinated travelers.

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