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inside of the democratic republic of congo, those showers becoming a little more widespread as we go on through the next couple of days. they're running down out of anger and we'll see some wet weather coming into where zambia, zimbabwe also seeing some lively showers and much needed rain for the eastern cape . ah, the, from the al jazeera london bro car sent that to people in full, full compensation. we were fresh, a ratio, black versus people and we had to really find our way with no hay and no limitation . the world is a much smaller place. we do better to get away with these regional boundaries, films direct. thank you. in to tell me, singer songwriter again you say what racism making certainly have is making often visible studio fi unscripted coming soon on out with era. the corona virus has been indiscriminately selecting this victims. it's devastating effects of plague,
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every corner of the globe, transcending class creed and color. but in britain, a disproportionately high percentage of the fallen have been black or brown skins. the big picture traces the economic disparities and institutional racism that is seen united kingdom fail it citizens britain's true colors part to on al jazeera lou. ah, welcome back. you're watching al jazeera time to recap. our headlines. married 200 nations are considering a draft agreement on the final day of the you and climate summits in glasgow. the core aim is to keep the paras agreement alive to cap global warming at 1.5 degrees
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. for us says it's increasingly concerned by the border crisis between poland and bella. luce western nations are accusing bellows of encouraging migrants to process him to poland the lucy's by russia, and it's been staging, joint mercury drills. the u. s. secretary of state is announced. cotton will represent the diplomatic interests of the u. s. in afghanistan. cutter will assume the role of protecting power b. u. s. does not recognize inside of on governments. back to our main story, there's been extensive discussion at cop 26 about how countries need to reduce the impact of food production on the planet and still grow and after feed billions of people, one country future proofing its food. supply is iceland. charlie angela went and had a look at techniques that could be adopted globally. sh. we're inside europe's largest indoor banana plantation. it's 20 degrees inside. that could be minus 10 outside.
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the plant here and more for research than consumption. that show what can be achieved even in the harshest conditions is in iceland plentiful supply of geothermal, heat, and clean energy. we are self sufficient with cucumbers. we produce all the kill convert that we consume payer in tomorrow that we are about maybe 55, possibly up to 60 percent in the next couple of years at all air with pallet we are producing about half of all the solid is consumed every year in their backpacks, little public eye, and fear, and culinary hopes we produce about 20 to 30 percent of all that i've been prime. it may seem like a disadvantage when it comes to agriculture. in this country has 2 huge advantages, an endless supply of pure water and renewable energy. as a result, innovation is sprouting in the industry. as farmers and scientists work out how to
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best use resources and minimize waste and free time, the desire to reduce the carbon footprint of tomato imports has grown into a profitable business. here the elements a tightly controlled by computer and there's no need for pesticides this far nor others and looking even further into the future. this protein rich micra uses just one percent of the water and one percent of the land needed to grow soil p protein . this closed loop system is called the negative and highly efficient gobbling, carbon dioxide emitted from the geothermal plant next door. it's an environment that could be replicated on a local level to produce protein year round prov. you harvest maybe one wise, maybe 3 times a year. so 3 times a year. yeah. and then you have to reseal re harvey's the 10 percent of the entire way every day. the next day it requires this small island is
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punching way above its weight in terms of agricultural innovation. even china sent a delegation to learn more about how to grow crops and controlled environments. radical ideas like this, they're going to be key to shaking up the global food system. a system currently vulnerable to climate change, pests, and disease. a system that can no longer run entirely on traditional farming methods. charlie angela out there, re quote, iceland the netherlands will return to a partial lockdown for 3 weeks from the day is covered 900 cases search more than 16000 people have tested positive in 24 hours. that define having 85 percent of its adult population fully vaccinated, balls restaurants in soup markets will close early for the next 3 week. as part of the latest measure, sporting events will be held without audiences. world powers urging libby as
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a hold free and credible actions on december. the 24th france is hosting an international conference including leaders from egypt, italy, and the us urging can fancy the threatening sanctions against anybody obstructing the landmark vote. ralph is rival factions might reject the outcome. join me now in the studio is al jazeera correspondent. malik. try know, he's covered libya extensively. good to have you with us here in dallas for a change. so matic. are these elections going to go ahead? can this conference really put everything on track for elections? i think there's mounting international pressure for these elections to go on as scheduled. i mean, we're just 6 weeks away now are so this looming deadline, and there's still yet a constitutional framework hasn't been agreed upon by the various legislative size, the rival size one, the east and one of the west. and that's about how can i mean, how can you have an election without even the constitutional framework in place in
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a place like libya, a wash with different factions and guns. and you know, is, can there really be an election result that, you know, sounds, how is one the presidential election and everybody says ok, i, you know, my president will see that's what western officials in western will be. are saying we shouldn't have presidential elections on december 24th. they should be parliamentary elections, get the legislative branch in to office, and then presidential elections would happen after a constitutional referendum. that's what they're saying. i mean, a presidential election right now in this point of history and libya, could actually lead to more conflict and more division. when you look at the attendees, you don't have one of the important powers of the head of state, one of the important powers turkey in the form of roger, type out of the one he's not going right. what does that say about the prospects for this conference? well, the 2 main people, so turkey is definitely a major player and libya, their support to government troops helped help the internationally recognized
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government horseback hoster and campaign military campaign. he tried to seize the capital for 14 months. there was a big fight at turkey, supporting nationally recognize government outside of other countries supported. perhaps there was cemented power based on that. so the russia tricky presidents were supposed to attend. they didn't, they sent in lower levels, and that's because they're, maybe they're not happy with, with the way things are going or the fact that their troops are supposed to lead there. so, i mean, can, can this be successful unless the, you know, powerful parties like the turks are fully on board? it's, it's, it's going to be very difficult unless these, unless these powers tricky. russia and the various factors in libya come on board, come on board, but in the end it's libyans themselves that have to agree on a roadmap to peace. and we're going to have to wait and see if these elections can
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help in that process. and it's wish them all the best. thanks so much matic. trying to lebanon's government is failing, its people bands of view, an envoy, and extreme poverty. who's on a visit to the country. olivia, the shoot says little lebanon is in danger of becoming a failed state. so a whole, the reports from a route the un human rights council sent an envoy to lebanon to look at how the government here has been addressing one of the world's worst economic crises. olivia or the shooter, spoke to those affected officials, as well as the donor community, which he said is running out of patience with the government for failing to reform the system. and it's not just the international community who lost trust in them. when i told many people about my mission, when i spoke to families who are destitute in bush homage in the pony in bob bake, they often answered murphy. dolly,
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there is no state. they have lost confidence in the ability of the state to provide a response. so he, this is the, do you and boy explained in detail how hears of long standing inequalities, the lack of social protection systems, and an economic model that benefited the rich contributed to the collapse. for example, the connections between politicians and the private sector reached the highest levels of political power in lebanon. 18 out of 20 banks had major shareholders linked to political elite. lebanon is also one of the most unequal countries in the world where some 10 percent of the population holds nearly 70 percent of the wealth . while 40 percent of public revenue comes from taxes that affect the poor. the authorities have been blamed for decades of mismanagement and corruption have failed to stop the economic collapse. it took 13 months of political bickering before they agreed on a new cabinets in september,
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but it hasn't been able to convey in the past month because of a new political crisis. well, there should tear blame government in action for what he called a manufactured crisis. that ruined lives and condemned the majority of the population into poverty. the population is facing unprecedented challenges, impoverishment is widespread. i saw scenes in lebanon that i had not imagined i would ever see in the middle income country. the un envoy then described lebanon as a failed state, at least not yet. he did say it is headed in that direction where the government failing its population, that doesn't believe it will work. and the public's interest that they're else, they wrote hundreds protested in them all these capital calling for the withdrawal of indian troops stationed in the country, the presence of the indian military and them all these has been put in the spotlight after the so called india out campaign has been intensified,
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new delhi says it's been the victim of the internal political situation in the algo of the so called india out campaign started last year, a street protests it quickly gained strong traction though on social media platforms. those behind it say they only oppose india, small military presence in them, all these and on not against strong trade. cultural and other ties will be the position party support. the campaign saying the government hasn't been transparent in agreements signed with india is also a wider g of political side to this is them all. these is emerged as an important battle ground for competition between india and china. in south asia, blackman as an madison, his chief editor of the artist news. he joins us now from molly in them all these good to have you with us. so india has strong trade cultural ties with them. busy all these, i think,
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last year they gave $250000000.00 to the country that try and help the pandemic. one has triggered such a strong campaign against new delhi. thank you. you have always enjoyed strong relationship with india and he has as low and the moment the good news is mainly the indian military in the mortgage. and the moment their delivery presence can be seen across high locations in the mornings, and they open it up and one military and also signed where it is military agreements between the moses in india and most recently this year and february they signed an agreement with india to the other and maintain and navigate this. this is something similar to the of the mega adams in margins are, the dealer had exposed. so this is one of the main reason and the government has
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not been transparent about this. we as a newspaper organization, we requested the government to disclose agreement, but they had refused to do so. and the parliament has not seen this agreement so so based on what they had, indians are going to stay in this idea for at least 15 years. and as we use for 10 years on this more of the speakers in writing. so this is a huge let me jump in and ask, is this part of big concerns really about a bigger political game that's going on, that mold, even paps are weary of being dragged into a geopolitical struggle between india, china, australia, the u. s. the orcus agreement and so on because it's not secret they knew they knew. india is saying he has his strategic interest in the
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seizure and this count, 200 it indian. and well this has always been a neutral angie in the past. and most people see it in the dispute between india, china, and in the us. so something was to happen the, let me present the governments line on this. they say that, you know, these agreements with india simply to develop the mold, leaving capability to perform their maritime security. and so on. the indian side as well says actually there's a bit of internal politics going on head, does the opposition see an opportunity in supporting these anti india protests in order to undermine support for the sol? hey government. well, i don't think that is true because the prop telling no one is
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brought in 2010 almost 12 years ago and it was a gift and they intend to chain more the soldiers to do this. they haven't seen them. so i don't think they are improving their capabilities and i don't know, maybe the opposition might have some interest, but the fact that it is not just in the defense chain. so ok. it's in good talking. you thank you so much for your thoughts and analysis on the as a model. so i think and the un high commissioner for human rights says the trial of an american journalist in me in law has been unfair and harsh. and friday i called him young on sentence danny fence the 211 years in prison. he was the managing editor of frontier me in mon, online magazine,
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priyanka go to reports. danny fenced, his trial was held in secret. but for many people in myanmar, the void it against an american journalist inside young on high security prison. the message was clear. fenster was handed an 11 year prison sentence on charges of incitement, breach of immigration laws and unlawful association. the 1st such ruin against a western journalist since the military coup in february, the punishment for the more serious allegations of sedition and terrorism added this week is yet to come. which could see fenster jail for life. it's clear that denny is being made. an example off and what it shows is that the military agents, her do not care what the international community thinks they will do as they once. and one example of how can they basically showing the international community that they cannot be held accountable. danny fenster was arrested in may
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while he was in his way to the u. s. to see his family in detroit. his lawyers say the charges relate to his time at me and mar now a news outlet which he left a year and a half ago. washington is demanding his release, calling the charges profoundly unjust. these charges are all based on the allegation that he was working for me and my now of band media outlet. in the aftermath of the february, 1 military coup in muma, danny had actually resigned from your mom now in july 2020, and joined frontier the following month. so the time of his arrest in may, he'd been working with frontier for more than 9 months since the military over through me and mos democratically elected government to fall on sushi and put her in jail. the cracked on against anti cool protest of an journalists has been unrelenting. the thing is really, really quite critical. and the former regime and also to team it was, it was hard to be to listen to tackle some issues that the government or one to
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seems. the qu, in february, more than a 100 journalists have been arrested. and currently you according to, to the, to the made by report is the borders. there are 49 media practitioners who are currently under bar the u. s. as in post sanctions against me and most military leaders and their powerful network of businesses and companies. friends to sentencing comes just days after former use diplomat. bill richardson met general mean on lying, who led the coo, active, a se fence there has been use as a bargaining chip to force washington to soften. it stands before his family. all they want is for him to come home. if younger looked up, i'll dizzier still i had an al jazeera how a hole in one, and this call for a flashing new set of wheels coming up with gemma in sport.
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a whole ah ah i had chop a waltz going all in sports world with gemma guerra has responded to remus. you might have to retire because of a hot condition. the argentina and boss linus dry coast that on twitter, that he's following medical advice on test results over the next 3 months and he's keeping all this is where it was taken off the pitch after suffering, chest pains during offline again, last month the club said he'll be receiving treatment for was reported to be an
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irregular heartbeat, homeless argentina that welcome qualify against your require lisa and the missing him when he was with. ready regarding a grad road. yes, we talked and we've sent each other messages. besides him being a player, he's a boy that we appreciate a lot. we are sad because he's going through something that no one deserves. we hope he recovers and can be playing as soon as possible. we send him all of our supposed scotland step closer to the world cup in castle after beating mo, data to secure a play off place. defend nathan patterson. put them ahead with his 1st international go. and scotland went into the break one up patterson then to provide it in the 2nd off setting up j. adams, who made it so you know that scotland a 5th went in a row and guarantees the 2nd place in that group behind denmark, england can reach the finals in cats. ah, if they be town bain and if other results go that way they lead potent in group. i buy 3 points, but gar southgate is missing several players through injury and illness. although
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we have, he says, hasn't disrupted their preparations too much. it's never straightforward. and we've just got home without don't think anybody here would have felt anything unusual in the way we've prepared. been really happy with the level of training and the attitude to the players. and we're looking forward to the game as a huge match. kind of late in the north, central american and caribbean zane, the top 2 teams in the table, mexico on the usa play each other infants and i see, and this was the mexican team taking a look around the stadium on thursday. as for the usa, that just 3 points behind with 8 games left to play that we lots of focused on us teenager ricardo pappy, who's a jewel national, born in texas, the mexican parents. he ret presented mexico at youth level, but decided to play for the us. there was a talk that i have with my dad, you know, my family in general and, you know, i was just bring everything to the table to them. i was talking about, you know,
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why it would be like, walking out, playing a game versus mexico. i felt like we've talked about how special would be and how motivating that would be for me to be able to, you know, be able to called up to the national team, be able to play that game. so you know that make me work harder as a player, just staying humble and always working hard with how much and have the retaining his formula. one title have suffered a blow in brazil the 7th time. well, champion is 19 points behind title. rival max of staff and before races to go, despite setting the fastest time at 1st practice in style. so stuff 5 place of grid penalty when it comes to sunday's race. that's after his team. it changed the engine on his car. us and pick go metal gymnast sneakily says she was pepper sprayed and a racist drive by attack in los angeles. last week, in an interview, the 18 year old is that a car drove past her and her friends, while shouting racial flies at them for being asian. the incident comes amid arise
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of hate crime against asian americans in a pro u. s. karate, olympian soccer, a cocker by experienced racism training in a california park. some of the well as the top global brands is sponsoring next is a beijing winter olympics, have been accused of remaining silent on human rights abuses in china. human rights watch says it reached out to several companies, including a broadcast rights hota and b, c in only 6 months ago, but has yet to hear back from most of them. the international olympic committee says it's only focus is sports and not on the policies of the host country. about this by holding on observe a seat of the united nations. china denies accusations of genocide against millions of muslim week is amongst other applications. human rights watch has encouraged, as it said, basically the time for quiet diplomacy is over and that it's time for the top sponsors to urge the international olympic committee to adopt human rights. it's
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time for them to disclose their own supply chains in china, particularly any products that have the 5 rings of the olympics. and it's also time for the, for the sponsors to speak out about the worse than in climate for human rights and press freedom and how this is going to negatively affect the games that they are literally paying for beijing olympic organizes have confirmed to foreign lose athletes have tested positive for coven 19 ahead of the lose world cup, which was also acting as a test event. neither showed symptoms and both were allowed to train, but they had to mosques and eat them. meals alone. in 19 continues to disrupt the england rugby team with another positive case in the camp, but keisha jane says they just treat as normal and his gang is the 2nd player this week to test positive and he's now isolating for 10 days. reading him out of saturdays, a test match against australia. england's captain own fara was full to pull out of last week's game against toma. but his result was later found to be
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a false positive every day as an adventure and we're on a, a cage coming out. and we just accept to get on with it. i just think it's a lot more out, a lot more people with a head during the heart of the pandemic, a number of people being affected. but so we're keeping very strict regulations about what we do and we're pleased with this from the applies. and we'll finish with some golf and a player. he won't just be driving off the say, this is thailand's police say to an event on the lpga tour in florida where she made a hole in one at the 12 during her 2nd round. and her prize, atl east, 4th car. very nice indeed. that is all your sport for me,
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for now. i'll have more for you later. sammy, thanks so much jim on that same for this news, our back. so stay with us since couple minutes. ah mm hm. with in the country with an abundance of results for the trade are and why indonesia, his firms, for me, we move forward to grow and frank, we balance for rena economy, blue economy, and the digital economy. with the new job creation law,
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indonesia is progressively ensuring the policy reform to create quality jobs invest . let's be part window. this is growth and progress. invest even easier now they just said 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. upfront with me, mark lamond hill on out 0 november on al jazeera by years after the his story. he feel between fog rebels in the colombian government algebra examines white tensions and violence of rising once again. emmy award winning pool flies investigates the untold stories across the us. millions encompassed on boat in parliamentary elections under a new constitution. and more than a year after the lat, pole figured a political crisis in mercy. at personal, short documentary africa direct showcases african stories from african filmmakers
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shina mux 100 days until it host the winter olympics. but how will the pandemic improve for a boycott? impact the sporting event november on out jazeera ah. the future of the planet hanging in the balance talks continue on the final day of the cop 26 climate summits. that can agreement be reached to of that climate catastrophe. ah. hello i mariam ozzy in london. you're watching al jazeera also coming up on the pro .


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