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of president bashar al assad, we believe assad simply carrying out iranian orders. what keeps you awake at night? many a reason that could effect any human assert master of chaos on al jazeera. ah, a crackdown in saddam leaves at least 15 dead after police fire live rounds, and tig jasa protested, ah, oh, i'm darned, jordan, this is al jazeera la you from doha. also coming up the u. s. secretary of state ways in on the ongoing crisis in ethiopia, backing efforts to end the fighting a large group of migrants and refugees, i gave him a temporary shelton beller roost, but many more face. another freezing nights along the border with owner and 2 been
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convicted of killing us civil rights icon malcolm x are set to be exonerated, adding to decades of doubt about who was responsible ah medics. incidence. at least 15 people had been shot dead by security forces during another mass protest against last month's military takeover. dozens of also been injured by live fire and tear. guess that's according to the central committee of sudanese doctors, racial soda reports in the capitol cartoon. ah, the demonstrations easterel down continue less than a week after hundreds of thousands around the country to the streets, demanding the military of diverse is take order of the government. people came out on wednesday to the 3 that seemed demand. ah, let's all now go home with any i demand for civilian government and the military council to be taken to court. and those who killed people to be handed justice city
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been and those who are making our lives hard here must also be brought to justice. the protest were organized by buddies known as resistance committees and the forces of freedom and change coalition, which has been shared in power with the military. again, protestors were met with widens including tear gas and live ammunition by security forces to disperse them. several have been killed and many more injured. o authorities also destroy the phone lines. the internet has been restricted since the military takeover and those restrictions became tougher during breton as these demonstrations. but all that didn't deter the crowds from gathering in capital and other cities. protesters behind me, they are barricade and the roads are firing at the ty, yours burdening the tires and chanting. i guess it did the military. they say they want an immediate restoration off
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a civilian government and they say all so they want the release of the political prisoners and also on me to commit to death cause additional declaration. it's signed in 2019 with, with, with civilians general up to, for, to have will hand who dissolved the 2 years transitional government has promised to appoint a government of technocrats to lead onto elections in 2023. do you as caught a to sudan after the military takeover and has urged and returned to civilian government? sudan had been on the path toward a democracy. instability, returning to that path is the best way for she down to attain peace and prosperity become a leader on the continent and to restore very strong support from the international community. the protest to see they will do all they can to force the military to hand power to a civilian government. and wednesdays demonstrations showed that their dispute with
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the military leadership is far from her from sara al jazeera cartoon. the u. s. secretary of state has repeated calls for a cease fire in ethiopia. anthony blink and also says he's worried the fight and could spill over to the horn of africa. the conflict between ethiopia, government, and rebels from the northern tigress region that escalated in recent weeks. katherine sawyer reports a c o p. a was high on the agenda as u. s. secretary of state antony blinkin visit, had neighboring kenya canyon president who hooking atta briefed blinkin on his recent trip to su peer where he met with prime minister i'll be amid and other officials. i strongly believe that there is an opportunity and more than an opportunity that absolutely necessary for all of the parties to, to stop, to talk, to pull back to get you monitoring assistance to flow and ultimately to be at
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a table together and negotiate through the various differences that, that have emerged over the pastor over the past year, the united nations and the few piece human rights commission say up to $1000.00 ethnic to grands, have been detained by security forces. all sides in the conflict have been accused of committing atrocities against civilians. and the fighting has continued. despite a flurry, diplomatic activity, the african unions envoy, foreman nigerian president, or less a good, a bassinger, a stalking to both prime minister abbey's administration, and the degree and leadership which is listed as a terrorist organization by the government, the u. s. and other international partners. as well as regional leaders are also involved in peace efforts. we must believe in the fortitude and the wisdom of the ethiopian people. because in the end, these solutions will come from them. what we must do as neighbors is to support is
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to counsel, is to hold hands is to point in the right direction. both sides of the conflict continued to maintain a hard line position with set preconditions ahead of any negotiations. the key in there will be beyond the diplomatic talk. we haven't really see at least public key any farm action on what more can be done to put pressure on them to agree to a cease fire and possibly talks. catherine sawyer, alta 0, no ruby villaru says set up shelters or some of the migrants and refugees stuck on the border with poland. were thousands, have been living in makeshift camps. it comes a day after polish police use tear gas and stun grenades to stop people trying to cross as a bag reports from the border lining up to get some sustenance. i'll just hear of him. these refugees and bell russian troops in the bretzkey area near the polish border. bella ruse has in recent days, stepped up
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a tab to show its treating people humanely. on tuesday night, it provided shelter for hundreds of men, women and children in this warehouse to logically brawley's, uncle of the commentary on this video comes from brother, russian states, media. many of them have now returned to the forest. these pictures from wednesday film by poland, interior ministry apparently show migrants leaving the makeshift camp as by the russian forces. look on some a carrying logs. the only thing that's kept them warm at night, overnight, there were fresh attempts to break through the razor wire and reach polish territory. i was earlier. polish forces had used water cannon across the border at a group of migrants. polish border forces said they were attacked with stones polish police said to one officer was taken to hospital with a head injury and the polish side to what provision there is has come from volunteers. on tuesday, the human rights commissioner of the council of europe visited one migrant aid
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center near the border. it is absolutely unacceptable what bella roosts is doing and how the people are manipulated. that at the same time, i think we need to step aside and, and think you know, what is happening at the european border. why are these people left in limbo and what can be done in order to stop this extremely dangerous situation? meanwhile, polished forces of parked water cannon opposite a new makeshift camp at the border. with no sign, the political standoff or the misery. 4000 stuck here, ending soon, i said, bake. i'll jazeera poland. but you an invoice of canister on says, am i still affiliate? there has expanded damn seems to be present in all provinces, a groups latest attacks, bombings and a sheer neighborhood in cobble killed. at least 10 people. un special representative. deborah lyons told the security council, the taliban is response to the violence is worrying. she says there is evidence of
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extra judicial killings and attentions, an internationally known, syrian physician has been detained in turkey, having alleged connections to kurdish fighters. a marcella man was taken into custody of the turkish officers searched his home in the southeastern province of saint louis that he's accused of being linked to the code is done with his party, which ankara considers a terrorist organization the philippines, the choose chinese coast guard vessels of firing water cannon that supply boats near the sprightly islands and they disputed south china sea. the philippines. foreign secretary says no one was hurt in tuesday's incident, but the military boats had to abandon their resupply mission. let's go live now to jamila. anim, dougen. in the philippines capital jamila, so what more details are emerging about this incident? well, the department of foreign affairs secretary basically says the china should exercise restraint in the south china sea. and that the philippines does not need china's
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permission to conduct needed operations. well, within its own exclusive economic zones, and the territory is controlled by the philippines in the south china sea. now this is seen as by many defense analysts, an escal atory attack. the last time the chinese coast guards are the chinese navy actually blocked a supplies ship, going to 2nd film ashore was in 2014. and there are many fears that the 2nd on the shore, which is also called the human, shall, will be the next security flash point in the south china sea. the 2nd commercial is controlled by the philippines. there is an a grounded ship, the b r p. sharon, my did their mad by the philippine marines, and so regular supply missions is necessary to keep that territory well within the control of the philippines. it is well within the exclusive economic zone of the philippines under the will cause. but it is also claimed by g, b, j, as part of it is 9 dash line. and there are growing concerns here that the 2nd thought machine might end up like the scarborough show,
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which was also forcibly seized by china in 2012. but many analysts also believe that that's going to be much harder. that's because the 2nd commercial under the b r b sharon magic is literally meant by philippine marine soldiers at the moment. jamila, thank you. all right, talk for a short break here now to sierra when we come back, defense lawyers in the u. s. asked for a mistrial in the case of a teenager accused of killing to people of racial justice printers and extreme flooding. its parts of western canada authorities. one does more rain to come for that service. ah, ah, look forward to skies with sponsored point cutoff at ways. hello there. let's have a look at the weather across south asia. it's been
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a divided picture for much of india recently. it's dryer up in the north west in the south, but it is going to change over the next few days. we're watching to circulations one to the west and one to the east. bringing to rental downpours once again to areas like tom. well now do an under pradesh where we do have warnings out, shall anchor as well. seeing a lot of that wet weather and we could see further flooding in places like chennai . we've also got wet weather coming up that west coast. we're gonna see rain chucked at one buy in places like good jurret. we don't expect to see this rain here at this time of year, but there it is. a further north of this, it is looking a lot finer and dryer for places like new delhi and the whole in pakistan. but the air quality remains rather unhealthy to hazardous, but it is looking a lot more settled now. it's more settled as well as we move over to east asia for large areas of china. it's dwight up nicely across the south. a lot of that wet weather that week weather systems pulled out. it's taking some of the wet weather to those japanese islands, but much of hon. shoe escapes that for the western windy weather. we have to head
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further up north to her kind of for example. but for the korean peninsula, it's largely fine and dry with 15 degrees in so oh, the weather sponsored by casara ways. i african narrative lou from africans perspective a new series of short documentary by african filmmakers from across the continent. this is going to really get to let her head down africa direct. coming soon on al jazeera big lou.
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ah welcome back, a pick them out of our top stories here, this our medic. since saddam's at least 15 people have been shot dead by security forces during another protest against last month's military takeover. dozens of been injured by live fire until august. you are secretary of state, has reiterated calls for a ceasefire in e. copious conflict expressing concern the war could spill over to the horn of africa. anthony blink, and made the comments and tenures capital during the 1st leg of his african tour. and bella rose to set up shelters and migrants and refugees stranded on the border with potent thousands of people trying to reach that you have been living in makes camps. now several countries across europe are struggling with a new wave of the coven. 19 pandemic numbers of infections and deaths arising, especially in russia, germany and the u. k. and some government leaders are re imposing
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a patchwork of partial restrictions, particularly on the unvaccinated, and that's prompted protests as priyanka gupta reports for wow, alarm bells ringing across syrup. once again, it's at the epicenter of the corona virus pandemic. even before winter, fully takes hold. in germany's oldest christmas market in dressing traitors wonder if the virus will once again steve the festive season and their profits. this will be more made as a more of the moments i think the problem is that the trade has feel a bit abandoned. we don't know what's going to happen. are we going to open up the rules going to be changed? and yes, on sleepless nights we think about the goods that are ordered. no one gives any information about what is going to happen. and when germany's fault wave is raging, presenting and only emergency for the parties that form the next governing coalition, with the outgoing chancellor issue, dis star, wanting to gainesville ticket, planned to meet her panoramic situation in germany as dramatic. i can't say in any
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other way than at the 4th waivers hitting our country with full force. default with has tightened its grip on neighboring belgium. in response, the government is extending the use of face mass and again, making more people work from home. is fostering the 1st observation is that the alarm signals are flashing red. we see that we have a very high number of infections in our country. we also see that the number of beds occupied in intensive care has doubled in a week. and that we have crossed the red line with 500 beds occupied. in the czech republic, where deline infections are hidden, new records proposed come and restrictions on the unvaccinated half triggered protests by lodge unmasked crowds in prague. did glances good, said that i am at this scar. the situation is truly dramatic. i am again asking every one to get vaccinated. really selfish are these people who don't get vaccinated and end up in hospitals. i endangering health care for other citizens or
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a fear keely felt in many parts of europe, where people are bracing for another winter of uncertainty. brown could look that i'll dizzier a state of emergency is now in effect in the canadian province of british columbia . after heavy rainfall triggered flooding and mud slides, highways and bridges have also been cut off. at these one person has died. jody vance has the details and vancouver for almost a week, thousands of canadians have been stranded, forced to evacuate or left without a home to return to for steve booth. the record breaking rain and british columbia turned the typical weekend commute into what feels like an unending ordeal. we got overnight in our car and monday night and we were able to find a friend of a friend of a friend who lived in help and was taking people in and we yesterday morning we went there and can just get
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a car was what was hard prime minister justin trudeau has promised support, including to playing the military. i spoke with the premier i spoke with the number of mirrors last night to talk about how people are doing in this terrifically bad situation. we're also working with them on saving people on sending resources like the canadian, our forces to support people in this situation, but also will be there for the clean up and the rebuilding after the impacts of these extreme weather events. the british columbia premier then declared a provincial state of emergency already strain supply lines are at risk of greater disruption. therefore, as of noon today, the government a, b, c, is declaring a state of emergency. there's not a person that hasn't been affected or will not be affected by the events of this past weekend. these events are increasing and regularity because of the effects of human cause. climate change canadians on the west coast have become familiar with
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extreme weather events like the heat dome and the bomb psych loan. this one is being called an atmospheric river which dumped a months worth of rain in 2 days. when i 1st started studying climate change 20 years ago, there was this idea that you had to go somewhere else that the canada was wealthy and would be fairly insulated from the effects of climate change. and i mean this summer has just taught us here in canada, but i think people around the world that you don't have to go anywhere. climate change is affecting everyone at home. it could end up being one of canada's most expensive disasters. mudslides have destroyed highways and bridges, cutting off access to the largest port in vancouver and flood waters are still rising in british columbia as agricultural historically. the washington state nooks sack river floods 1st and then that triggers a chain of events leading in to canada. but this time, this extreme rain storms soaked the fraser valley even before the connected rivers systems could flood it. the u. s. flood has b. c, very much still on high alert,
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and this entire area bracing for more jody events. i'll do 0, vancouver defense lawyers in the u. s. murder, trial of car, written house of asked the judge from miss trial. even as the jury considered the verdict, the 18 year old is charged with shooting protest as killing to and injuring another during racial justice rallies in wisconsin. last year's written now says he acted in self defense. john andrews sent something from outside the court and commotion, wisconsin, the jury, and the call written out trial is focused on video. they've asked the judge if they could re watch some of the video in the trial. and he is really not only can they do that, they can do it in a room alone watching it as many times as they want. that comes over the objection of the defense which wanted to limit the number of times they could see it concerns that they might overemphasize one piece of evidence. and it's easy to understand why that video shows kyle written house fatally shooting to men and wounding
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another. he says he did that in self defense, and that is what the jury is considering. meanwhile, the defense is moved for a miss trial saying there was prosecutorial misconduct because one of those key videos they received in a lower resolution than the prosecution had it. meanwhile, the tension out here in the streets is palpable. there will be a verdict inside of that court room. there will also be a verdict here in the streets. remember this all began with protesters encounter protesters clashing in a place here in the streets of pinocchio on a warm day in the summer of 2020. when armed men were on both sides and came into conflict, that's why we're here now. and the concern is that might happen again. 2 men convicted of assassinating the american civil rights leader malcolm x are set to have their names cleared off to more than half a century. the new york times reports that mohammed disease and the late hull islam are being exonerated, falling an investigation by their lawyers, and prosecutors both spent decades in prison. the investigation found the f. b. i
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and police with held key evidence that would likely have led to their acquittal, malcolm x was shot during a speech in new york in 1965. let's bring in tamara pain. she's co author of the dead, arising the life of malcolm x and she joins us live from new york time or a good job. you with a silly questions have surrounded the assassination of malcolm x the decades. why has there always been this doubt surrounding the veracity of those convictions? ah, the doubt started with the 2 people who were convicted ah, as these abilities as well as clueless law sh. they. when we look at the assassin to malcolm x, we know that the, his team came out of a new work and from a group out of newark and other ethnic mosque but close as ease and a clue. islam and abdul aziz were both members of the harlem mass and people who are in mountains organization. on the day when he was assassinated,
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they knew these guys, and so had they had showed up at the audubon, they would have known that i who these guys, when they went, allowed them into the room. so for them to have had, you know their fingers on the trigger on for the shot that killed malcolm and they weren't in the room. yeah, this is a story that happened so long ago. let's just remind ourselves, tamara, malcolm x was one of america's most influential black leaders in the fight against racism and social injustice. what does this tell us about how the f b i and the new york police department handled the evidence in the case of a time, i mean, was race a big factor here as well? well yes, i mean, the nation of islam and malcolm were constant, and lot of black people who are organizing were considered enemies of the state. and so the f b i had already had set up, you know, they're working to try to work to weaken the nation is i'm from within and
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for mentoring this split between mount malcolm, elijah, muhammad. now malcolm realized my, i'm already splitting, you know, with, with their differences but the f, b, i really sped that up. but when we look with malcolm and when it comes to when he's organizing at the end of his life, what we find is that the new york police department and they had a special services called basi barrow, special services sperling, special services and investigations. they had of people infiltrate malcolm's organization and one of them we spoke to in our book that, that our rights and life is not a mess. we spoke to was jane roberts. and he explained to us what his role was as a special as an agent for asi, a time, or just a final thought. you. i mean, of course, the big question remains that if these 2 men didn't kill malcolm x than who did them do you think will ever find out who really wasn't both? well, i mean, we go through it in our book and what our interest was finding out as close as we
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could to find out what happened. and what we were able to do is find out exploring the culture of what was going on in the nation of islam at the time. malcolm's assassination. and what we found out was how the hit came out of out of new work. so the information is there and we look at newark and we also can look through the book we laid this out and in great detail in our book that, that our rise in life mathematics all at a time. a plan really good to get your thoughts. thank you very much indeed for talking to roger 0. thank you. former us president donald trump's long time advisor, steve bannon has pleaded not guilty to obstructing a congressional pro, who've been to the january 6 capital riot. he's charged with defying a request to give evidence to a us house panel. abandon was charged last week by a federal grand jury. he's about to fight it and says, the prosecution is a politically motivated attack against him. a u. s. judge a sentenced a writer to 41 months in prison for his rowley. the attack on the capital building back in january, jacob chance league gave himself the nickname,
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the shaman. for the horned head dress, he wore prosecutors off for a whole sentence to set an example. chancellor pleaded guilty to participating in the storming of the senate to try and stop the certification of president biden's election with now the alec bowlens facing allegations he deliberately ignored safety protocols that could have prevented a deadly shooting last month. script supervisor, mommy mitchell is suing bolden and the producers of the film rust. she says the actor cops and fired a loaded gun even though it wasn't required for the scene. they were filming baldwin shot and killed cinematographer, alina hutchins, and injured the director. i'll never forget what happened on the set of roast that day. i re live the shooting and the sound of the explosion from the gun over and over again. i'm depressed. i don't feel safe. i feel like at any moment anything can happen to me. and to those that i care about that are standing close to me in
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our opinion, mister baldwin chose to play russian roulette when he fired a gun without checking it. and without having the armorer do so, in his presence his behavior and that of the producers on rust was reckless supporters of argentina's government of wrong even the capital just days after mid term parliamentary elections, it was a show of strength off of the government, suffered every losses donal shamela reports that when his iris ah 3 days after mid term elections, people from all over argentina, fill the streets around the government palace in one osiris. most the members of the main trade union groups, as well as social and neighborhood organizations and various strands of the parent, this movement which backs the government is the anniversary of the day there found the former president want that on returned to argentina from exile in 1972, offered honestly, dharmas,
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formerly done as activists. we need to return to the streets because we couldn't during the 2 years on pandemic to this is our day to reflect and remember our joy of being together on the streets. and it was in that we're putting everything into our activism because we want a national popular government that to represent us all were marching together and we are marching forwards, sundays mid term elections. the government lost control of the senate was weakened in the lower house and fed poorly in several provinces with previously dominated a few. here we're talking about the electro damage. this doesn't look much like the phase, but that is not supposed to do until the next lecture show a freight bonus frame. just the 1st, the struggling government needs more than 40 percent of argentines live in poverty . inflation is rampant, and unemployment is rising. the country is also burdened with
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a huge debt to the international monetary fund. so we have these 2 processes going on the same time. one very public is false celebration of victory, which is really by time to process the feet. meanwhile, the right wing opposition voted out of power in 2019 now feels emboldened to make their come back in 2 years time. and we have this pending processing victory, which is, you know, how do we do things better. next time we're talking about our president, alberto fernandez, remains confident urging the crowd to support his plans for the rest of his term in vietnam from on or mac, or a better future is coming. we're seeing on the horizon what we want to see an economy growing by 9 percent. one of the fastest growing in the world and this year will surely recover what it lost and the pandemic argentina is emerging from the
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pandemic. this economy weaker on the growing pressure to find solutions, both in the corridors of power and on the streets. showing their al jazeera one osiris. ah, suffolk of the top stories here and al jazeera medics incidence at least 50 people up and shot dead by security forces during another protest against last month's military takeover. dozens of people have been injured by lie fire and take it out. as he was restless said r has more now from a capital cotton you are now in the border district, capital, cartoons, and people have started together here around 1 pm.


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