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in the us state of oregon, these helicopters flying over the ridge, bringing something they didn't even see the case. the 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 ah, risking a civil war, the u. n. as a dire warning about the conflict and ethiopia, tig ridge, ah, hello, i'm down, jordan, this is al jazeera la you from dough are also coming up, sending more soldiers to the buddha. poland accuses bella, luce, of helping migrants, legally, cross into that. you going on indefinite strike unions in bolivia, protest
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a new law. they say could be used to persecute political opponents. ah, and is the music over jordan's only orchestra's running out of money i'm struggling to survive? ah, the conflict in ethiopia as to grier region could spiral into a civil war. that's the warning from the un security council which has met as rebels threatened to march on the capital, addis ababa government forces have been battling them for year. the u. n's calling for an end to the fighting and urging dialogue. my kind of reports from the us. the message to the security council is clear, the time is short, the window to secure a mediated settlement. the conflict is closing in a country over a 110000000 people over 90 different ethnic groups and 80 languages. no
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one can predict what continued fighting and insecurity will bring. but let me be clear. what is certain is that the risk of ethiopia descending into a widening civil war is only to real. the council was addressed remotely by the african representative, leaving mediation efforts all these me. yeah, and i did not agree individually. train them are political, political solution through dialogue. therefore, constitutes a window of opportunity. but the high representative warm that the window of opportunity is small. the o p and am bescedy made his country's position clear. we remind everyone concerned
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that there are no 2 parties here. there is a government representing the all of the people and representing these have been step and there is a group advancing. it's a criminal close ro atrocities. it's a stance that has the support of some members of the council, especially russia, which is privately insisted that an elected government should not be asked to negotiate. because forces attempting to unseat it. the security council president has insisted there's no division on the issue. and it does appear that all agreed on to point that there's a vital need for humanitarian assistance and that it's the african union that should take the lead in mediation if it's the majority view, perhaps reflected in the statement to the council by the u. k. emergency which said the dressing, the humanitarian and human impact of the conflict should be the immediate focus. it continued. it's past time for all parties to put the e p o p,
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and people 1st. mike hannah al jazeera united nations, poland as close part of its border with bella, rou, south, a large groups of migrants try to force their way through. bet. caught in the middle of a diplomatic route between the neighbors. poland, it uses the bell russian government of helping people to illegally cross. so they can get into that. you some a gig reports are trapped between the woods and highway in bella, luce, these people have been walking towards the polish border, anxious to enter the european union on the other side. polish security forces in riot gear, part of the 12000 that have been stationed there, guarding the front here, preventing hundreds of refugees and migrants from breaching the border. but it is a deadlock that risks igniting into another migration crisis on the doorstep of the you. for months, thousands have been entering the block through bella. ruth,
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at 1st via lithuania and latvia, now mainly through poland. the e. u has accused belarus in leader, alexander, look a shanker of orchestrating wave upon wave of undocumented migrants and asylum seekers. in retaliation they say, for sanctions it imposed on his government over its violent crackdowns on the opposition court in the middle of his brinkman ship. those attempting to escape the harsh conditions. they find themselves in it, no shelter being to steer towards poland by bela risky and state border officials. some had taken a chance after hearing that bella was him, travel agents was selling these invitations to the you only to find themselves surviving for weeks in the forest. that board of poland and belarus begin with us, the cutter they, they provide everything then. but when you say when, when you said to them, okay, i want to go to men sick. i want to go,
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i want to go back to my country so dangerous. they said, no, you so go to bolan, bin bills. they bought the gun to our dollar heads. when we were, when we say we need to go to manson so far, poland nationalist government has refused help from the eas frontier agency. despite reports by polish border guards of hostile behavior and threats from better ricin forces, and for those stuck in this no man's land, there is no guarantee how long they will have to face the elements with little access to food and water, human pawns, between 2 hostile neighbors, sonic imo al jazeera, the u. s. has reopened its borders to all vaccinated travelers for the 1st time in 20 months. visitors from more than 30 countries had been banned since early 2020. when corona virus restrictions were imposed, lan bowlers between mexico and canada of also reopened john holeman as mona,
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from towana on the us mexico border actually were in the sunny seat through which is the busiest border crossing point in the americas. and you can see the cars sort of rolling down here going towards the united states. so united states checkpoints, united states officials here, and the people that live in this city. tiquana, they've got a really cross border lifestyle. they've got call to the if you're a resident into one or you can go 25 miles into the united states. so a lot of people do that for their shopping, where they want to go to restaurants when they want to go to cinema and krishi when they want to see family. and they want to see friends who are the over the other side of the united states. so it's a really big deal for them. the people, the women speaking to that they've been able to get back into that. of course, there's another population in cities like pick one or met school board with the united states, not so floating migrant population. many of them wanting to seek asylum in the united states. the want to get into that country where they feel that they are going to have
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a better future. we spend time with some of those people as well. some of them are in a tank cap that just by the side of the buddha, and obviously this is going to be a different situation for them. the fact that this border and the restrictions are easing permit, can locals to get back across and visitors does not gonna change the situation for them. that do remains as firmly closed as it was done before. so there's a different situation for the different population too. well melanie lieberman is siena travel editor at the points guy. that's an online travel blog. she says the same monumental day for the industry. the infrastructure is in place. it's been developing, but it is a logistical challenge. and one thing that travelers have to keep in mind is that there are ongoing staffing shortages across the industry. so really, i think one of the things that travelers are going to need to think about, particularly if they're traveling abroad for the 1st time, is that they should expect delays. they should expect some different challenges along the way as this system gets up to speed. certainly leaving extra time to have
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your documents check reporting is going to be really critical. it will take some time, but we're already seeing huge demands right now. travelers can still expect some good deals on international flights, but we expect those prices to rise as demand increases. and that capacity comes back online. but certainly this is a huge opportunity for airlines, which is really a major international hubs for the hotel industry, which is the waiting to fill rooms. i mean, this is such a significant turning point because of the facts. so many travellers, and i think that's one of the really key things here. and that is a major turning point, but it's going to take some time to see just how long it takes for that recovery to really show denmark is re imposing toby 19 instructions, less than 2 months after scrubbing them. it's in response to a shop rise in infections. how far will be re introduced to help stop the spread? hope authorities are worried the countries entering a 3rd wave. on monday,
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it reported to more than 2000 cases for a 5th day filarious transport and retail unions began an indefinite strike on monday. there protesting against a lore on so called illicit profit some terrorist financing. critics say the legislation is a government tactic to seize private property and cracked and on descent. so he's about report this base either on the streets to fight government attempts to centralize power and crack down on descent. thousands of people turned out on monday across olivia protesters are concerned about a law. the government wants to pass to fight illicit prophets and terrorism was advocate as ne lackey fe. mosher says the law will hurt people like her new. what if and we want a low to be a knowledge that are articles that harmless that could make us lose all our belongings. they should fight for our country for our well being. we are here for our children. x,
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we say the low violates rights to due process and could be used to persecute political opponents. the nation is deeply divided since abel morales was forced out of office in 2019 after i disputed election that forced him to leave the country. oh li, satisfy from what alice must party won the elections last year with a landslide vote during his date of the unions peach on monday. he said he has the responsibility of helping will even move forward. and that's why he's hoping to pass a series of laws that will help the come to recover from the pandemic. when the people voted last year, it was said clear that they did not want unconstitutional governments and gave us legitimacy to govern. it told us they want political, economic, and social stability to advance. they trusted the economic reconstruction of our country, of the health system after the pandemic, the right to education, and showed us the way of peace through justice. but not everyone agrees in the low
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land city of santa cruz, the stronghold for the conservative of position protesters block roads and set tires on fire. the government says the opposition is using the law as an excuse to generate instability in the country. the strike, while white spread does not have the support of a major labor union close to the government. but on monday, thousands showed their concern on the streets. they believe the loss to fight what the government calls elicit. profits could lead to an attack on private property, and that's why they vow to remain on the streets until the government gives into their demands that he some under cedar, tougher shop breaker in al jazeera, when we come back, calls for an investigation or to palestinian writes bruce to his phones, we're using israeli spyware and power in the future. indonesia spots work on se
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asia biggest floating solar plant, mormon space, ah, look forward to brighter scores. the weather sponsored my cattle airways. hello there. there's a change in the cards for the weather in the middle east and levant in the days to come on tuesday. it looks rather fine dry and settled across many areas. but we've got a cold front that's going to blow down across the black sea, bringing a winter mix to eastern areas of turkey, that snow pushing across the caucuses. and by the time we get into those, that would be more than iran that sees some of that wet and wintery weather. but further south of this, it is a lot fine and dry. the temperature comes down slightly for baghdad and q wait, we've got a bit of a cloud expected to linger around katara and the u. a. bring some showers and storms, possibly to abu dhabi in the days to come. but further south of us,
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it's rather fine and dry lots of heat for salon the temperature sitting at $35.00 degrees celsius. honest a similar story across central parts of africa. but up in the north, we are seeing the wet and windy weather push into coastal areas of algeria. thanks to a storm in the mediterranean. that line of rain edging down into the desert area, but by the time we get in to wednesday, it's cleared away and it's looking fina and dryer across central air is the rains. do ease across the democratic republic of congo. but there's more rain to come for the gulf of guinea, actually weather update for the weather sponsored by casara always on counting the coast who all the western bank is enabling big oil to exploit this asia thiessen's it's relying on coal is buying and something down pole out of the best use of counting the call on out
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the stage are set and it's time for a different approach. one that is going to challenge the way you think from international politics, to the global pandemic, and everything in between. up front with me, local mom who went out 0 ah ah, welcome back. could come out of the top stories here at this hour. the un security council has warned the conflict and if you just tick by region could spiral into a civil war. it's coding from end to the fighting and urging dialogue problem. this closing part of its border crossing with ben roussel, the large groups of migrants, tried to force their way through and accuses the bell or russian government of helping people to illegally cross. to get into the u on the u. s. is reopened,
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it's borders to old, vaccinated travelers for the 1st time in 20 months. visitors from building 30 countries. i've been banned since early 2020. when corona ross restrictions post. now the committee investigating the storming of the u. s. capital is calling 6 associates of former president donald trump. to testify the panel is determining if trump and his team plotted to overturn the 2020 presidential election results. on january 6 from support, a storm congress to stop the certification of jo biden's election victory. the committee hopes the documents and testimony will shed light on the origins of the attack. series military says 2 soldiers had been wounded in an israeli as strike state tv showed explosions. it says our serum defense systems shooting down is really missiles, damascus says is ready. warplanes father missiles while flying over neighboring lebanon, a butcher's based monitoring group says raids hit near
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a military airport in central homes. israel is yet to comment. 6 palestinian rights groups designated as terrorist organizations by israel say the phones of at least 3 of their staff have been hacked. the activist groups believe the spyware to pegasus was used on the device. if some more than a year, they're calling on the u. n. to investigate ari faucet reports ramallah in the occupied westbank after week spent rejecting israeli accusations of links to a designated terror organisation. 6 palestinian rights groups went public with accusations of their own and investigation found that 6 iphones, at least 3 of them belonging to staff from the palestinian and jose had been infected with pegasus spyware. and to heck, i think it's a strong feeling to have your privacy violated. even the simplest of things my wife couldn't sleep for 3 days after finding a, being extremely worried about our privacy was violated as a family, the children, their pictures are conversations with family and friends. and i guess this is so to
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governments around the world by the israeli company, and so on, the license from israel's ministry of defense. in recent years, there have been many reports of the spyware being used by or for a terry and re james, to target journalists, activists, and politicians. last week, the u. s. blacklisted the company, pegasus is supposed to be blocked from use on israeli or palestinian phones on monday. and as i said, we cannot confirm or deny the identity of our government customers, as we stated in the past. and as a group does not operate the products itself. the company licenses approved government agencies to do so. last month, 3 days after the investigation into suspected phone hacking began. israel designated all 6 organizations as tara groups accusing them among other things of funnelling money to the popular front for the liberation of palestine. there was significant pushback from international donors, but this sunday, the israeli army endorsed the move, giving itself the power to shut down offices,
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confiscate money, and make arrests. the groups are demanding international protection and an investigation into who's behind the spyware attack. that this technology was viewed in these cell phones, but we don't know who was implementing it and what for. and this is why we are calling for more investigation in the case. and in order to find who's responsible and to try to find him accountable for the relation, the story has emerged on the same day as the washington post published results of an investigation into an israeli facial recognition system known as blue wolf. it said to use a huge database of smartphone images, the palestinians taken by israeli soldiers to target people to detention a. we thought comment from israel on the ledge use of the pegasus spyware on israeli and palestinian phones. but so far, the only response has been from the military, which is denied using pegasus as for the palestinian groups. they say they will continue to operate as normal,
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despite the heightened risk hurry for. so i'll just hear a ramallah in the occupied was bank. a fired a school in the jazz 2nd biggest city has killed at least 26 children. they were age between 3 and 8. it happened in muradi near the southern border with nigeria. 3 classrooms made of straw have been completely destroyed. temporary classrooms are often used to make room for students in overcrowded schools. funerals have been held victims of a fuel tank explosion in sierra leone, at least a 115 people were killed. 3 days of national morning have been declared. a mass ceremony was held for those who died. more than 12 people remained hospitalized. a former prime minister and democratic republic of congo has gone on trial for embezzling public funds. augustine, my thought upon you, is accused of ordering payments of more than a $110000000.00 to fictitious creditors. his lawyers are challenging the courts right to try him, saying he has parliamentary immunity and that's been lifted by the senate. for another case,
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the u. s on european union are leading cause to reject the outcome of nicaragua election. president daniel ortega, one around 76 percent of sunday's vote, securing a 4th term, but most opposition figures had been arrested or barred from running a latin america editor lucio em. reports from san jose in neighboring costa rica issue is new weather. nick robin president, daniel ortega one sunday's controversial election, but rather whether he seized it might take a had imprisoned. scores of critics, including 7 of the most competitive, would be candidates and barred, independent observers and journalists from entering the country. international condemnation was swift and harsh, nor san resolution and lyric. this was not a free election, and this should not surprise us because this was a chronicle of fraud and foretold albion countries him chile to neighboring cluster rica to the united states. and the european union denounced the election as illegitimate and democratic. and the pantomime saying they would not recognize the
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results, but venezuela, cuba and russia had rushed will take us defense. look when you mo, go was the girl. when the voting was over yesterday evening, the white house announced its refusal to recognize it and called on other countries to do the same. we considered unacceptable and firmly condemned such a policies throughout the biden administration. and the e. u is already considering going beyond current individual sanctions against vice president residing real who was ortega's wife or the chief of police was accused of gross human rights violations. in neighbor costa rica, television journalist subpoena, who was accused of terrorism and released from prison. following a brief amnesty continues to broadcast from exile, her news channel was rated and expropriated along with other independent media. she says, restoring democracy in nicaragua will be difficult. very good am audio now you can either craft, nobody wants to die, nobody wants to rot in jail. in nicaragua,
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the ortega's have gone out of their way to spread fear and spy on people going house to house. but i have faith in god. i'm waiting for a miracle, the miracle of freedom and a little tiny that, oh oh, well they wait for that miracle opponents of danielle ortega and his wife acknowledged that would they also need is to put aside their differences and join forces. something that has eluded them for years. amnesty international is predicting that there will be a new wave of repression against critics of the government following the selection . which should only fan the number of people who are fleeing from the country and looking for refuge elsewhere, like here in costa rica, record numbers of nicaragua and all ready joining others. central americans in their quest to reach the united states. adding more pressure to an already unprecedented migration crisis in the region. lucy and human al jazeera sank was
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sick costa rica protest as our calling for armenia as prime minister to resign a year after he agreed a ceasefire with as a by john thousands joined, a rally in the capital yerevan to mark the anniversary. the agreement ended fight to go over the disputed nagondo, caraballo region. nicole pashley and surrendered control of large areas of land to as a by john former george and president mc out. soccer really has been transferred to a prison hospital. he's been on hunger strike for more than a month while in jail. his support is up and holding rallies, calling for his release. he was arrested last month when he returned from exile after been convicted in absentia. of abuse of power. time is running out. that's the message from former u. s. president barack obama. he was speaking at b cop 26 summit in glasgow. farm appraised the progress made since the 2015 paris planet deal, but warned is not enough. collectively and individually. we are still falling short. we have not done nearly enough to address this crisis.
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we are going to have to do more and whether that happens or not to a large degree is gonna depend on you. not just those of you in this room. but anybody who's watching or reading a transcript of what i say here today, construction on indonesia is 1st floating, so no power plant is now underway. the facilities expected power, more than $50000.00 homes. demand for floating solar technology is growing in southeast asia with several major projects recently finished or in development. jessica washington reports in thailand's yvonne rat, a tiny province. the seed and torn dam has been part of this landscape since the 1970s ill to function as both hydropower and irrigation facility for decades. these waters have also provided fishermen here with their livelihoods. now it takes on
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a new role as the site of ages newest floating solar power project. this is the starting point that we can go to that point in the 30 year after. this is the starting point that this is the for a project for the clean, the renewable energy, the hybrid hydro solar project began commercial operations in october and consists of more than 140000 solar panels. thailand is still highly dependent on fossil fuels, something it has in common with neighboring countries, but demand for renewable energy is growing. and experts say floating sola is an ideal fit for many countries in se, asia, most of the benefit is that you require a little, you know, land to put on. so there is no land occupation fee and area with high population density. good grid access, and high energy demand may, you know,
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the floating system will be assumed choice. se asia is now home to several floating solar projects and more are in the early stages of development. this is the toronto reservoir in west java. we're in denisia supposed to floating solar power plant is being developed. the early stages of construction are underway and it should be operational by late next year. it will be the 1st of many here in indonesia, the $100.00. this video shows what the final project will look like, or as or, or goal is to show indonesia is capable of building floating solar panels, the biggest in se, asia. there are also cost saving benefits. vanessa combined is slightly more expensive than ground mounted solar panels. but because the temperature is low in the risk of war, the output will be higher. many southeast asian countries have announced their aim to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 or shortly after floating solar technology may
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be an important part of realizing those goals. jessica washington al jazeera london now jordan established the 3rd national orchestra and the arab world, back in the late eighty's. it's performed with renowned artists including the italian tenant hon chelly. but it's now struggling to survive as natasha name reports from the call it and on and off love affair with the very last pipe. humor ad dean is jordan's only professional tuba player and a member of the national music conservatory orchestra were due to lack of funding. she's only been able to perform with the orchestra 3 times in the last 2 years. it's like taking from a doctor the ability to do surgeries or see patients. it's just it's what i do with music and what i do, who i am. so i don't do that. it's just,
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it makes me frustrated. the orchestra has never had a stable source of funding in its 33 year history from 2006 to 2011. the city of man was a benefactor until it ran out of money that in 2014, a wealthy businessman supported the orchestra for 3 years until he could no longer afford it. the conductor says it costs about half a $1000000.00 a year to keep the orchestra playing regularly. mm hm. and city is the conductor and the director of the national music conservatory. 400 students school offers beginners classes to college degrees and was a pathway for musicians to join the orchestra. but he says now it's become more of a gig for higher plane only sporadically. and it'll remain that way until the government provides funding in the arab world, some governments financially support national orchestra to have an orchestra. it's
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always a losing project because you have the cost very high cost. and what you have benefit for it is you have culture and this is the face of the country. the minister of culture says, the government hires the orchestra to play at special events and doesn't intend to turn the musicians into public employee's commissioner. couldn't mikka as a funeral to law? we are hoping that the orchestra gets proper funding, but not like now only playing for special occasions. every musician dreams of playing solo. if there is no orchestra, how will this dream come true? with few opportunities available is a dream. many musicians are now pursuing abroad. natasha gleam l 0 a man. jordan ah,
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isaac richard of the headlines here on al jazeera, the un security council has warned the conflict and if you have yet to grow region could spiral into a civil war which is calling from the end the.


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