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of president bashar al assad, we believe assad the simply carrying out iranian orders won't keep you awake at night. many a reason that good effect in human eyesight, master of chaos on al jazeera, ah, security forces in sudan use live bullets and t a gas at mass protests. at least 15 people have been killed. ah, malcolm on pete's adobe. you're watching out his ear, alive from our headquarters here, and doha also ahead, more tensions in contested waters. the philippines accuses b ging, of blocking its supply boats in the south china sea. a large group of refugees and migrants of gibbon temporary shelter in bella roost. but many more face another
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freezing night along the border with poland. and canada deploys his air force and troops to help with the rescue efforts after devastating floods and landslides in the countries west. ah, health workers in sudan say at least 15 people have been gone down by security forces during another mass protest against last month's military takeover. dozens have been injured by lie, fire and tear gas. that's according to the central committee of stood in each doctor's wrestle said our reports now from cotton. ah, the demonstrations easterel dont continue less than a week after hundreds of thousands around the country to the seats demanded the military of diverse estate caught off the government. people came out on wednesday to be 3 that seemed demand. ah,
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i'll now go on with any i demand for civilian government and the military council to be taken to court. and those who killed people to be handed just as city been and those who are making our lives hard here must also be brought to justice. the protest were organized by buddies, no as resistance committees and forces of freedom and change position, which has been shared, empowered with the military. again, protested, were met with, widens including tear gas and live ammunition by skill to forces to disperse them. several have been killed and many more injured. oh, the authorities also destroy the phone lines. the internet has been restricted since the military takeover and those restrictions became tougher during redness days, demonstrations. but all that didn't deter the crowds from gathering in capital and other cities. protesters behind me, they are barricade in the roads, are fighting added the ty, years burdening the tires and chanting,
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i guess it did that the military. they say they want an immediate restoration off 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 with that that will hand who does all the 2 years transitional government has promised to appoint a government of technocrats to lead onto the elections in 2023. do you as caught a to sudan after the military takeover and has urged a return to civilian government, sudan had been on the path toward a democracy. instability. returning to that path is the best way for sit down to attain patient prosperity. become a leader on the continent and are to restore very strong support from the international community. the protest to say they will do all the camp to force the
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military to hand power to a civilian government. and when does this demonstration show that the dispute with the military leadership is far from where from said that al jazeera cartoon. and the u. s. secretary of states is reiterated calls for c spy, and the conflict in ethiopia expressing concerns the walker to spill over to the horn of africa. antony blinkin made the comments in the canyon capital. nairobi during the 1st leg of a tour of africa. catherine soy. is there if you appeal was high on the agenda as u. s. secretary of state antony blinkin visit had neighboring kenya. king in pres, then to hooking atta briefed, blinking on his recent trip to a few people 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 society for all of the parties to, to stop,
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to talk, to pull back, to get humanitarian assistance to flow. and ultimately to be at a table together and negotiate through the various differences that that have emerged over the pastor. over the past year, the united nations and ethiopia, human rights commission, say up to 1000 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 is talking to both prime minister abbey's administration. and that 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
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of the ethiopian people. because in the end, these solutions will come from them. what we must do as neighbors is to support is 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. but here there will be beyond a 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. katherine saw alta 0, no ruby. the philippines has accused bay ging of sabotaging a re supply mission in the disputed south china sea and says the incident happened on tuesday near the contested sprightly islands. jamila allen doggone has worn out from manila. president diego, the 3rd day was torn into office in 2016. there have been a lot of incidents like this one and a lot of countless basically protested,
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have been submitted to china by the philippine embassy by the philippine government, through the department before and affairs. but this particular incident is seen as an escalate. tory attack described by defense analysts. that's because the see the actions of, of china was very much aggressive. it happened 2 days ago as the philippine millet . she 2 boats are actually on its way to a supply mission. to the 2nd though, michelle, that's where grounded ship is actually in place. the b r p. share a magic where they're actually philippine marines expecting for this supply. although no one is hurt basically from the attack of, of china. what basically the department of foreign affairs is telling them is to essentially back off. and that the philippines is free to do whatever it needs to do in the areas it controls in the south china sea fella roost setup shelters for some of the migrants and refugees stuck on the border with poland, where thousands have been living and make shift camps it comes
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a day after polish police use tear gas and stun grenades to stop people trying to cross as they bake reports from the board, lining up to get some sustenance. i'll just say often these refugees and by the russian troops in the britsky area near the polish border, bella ruth has in recent days, stepped up attempts to show its treating people humanely. on tuesday night, it provides a shelter for hundreds of men, women, and children in this warehouse. so dodgy, pre release, the commentary on this video comes from by the russian states media. many of them have now returned to the forest. these pictures from wednesday film by poland interior ministry apparently show migrant leaving the makeshift camp as by the russian forces. look on some a caring logs. the only thing that kept them warm at night, overnight, there were fresh attempts to break through the razor wire and reach polished territory. i was earlier, polished, forces had used water coming across the border at
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a group of migrants. polish border forces said they were attacked with stones polish police said one officer was taken to hospital with the head injured and the polish side. what provision there is has come from volunteers. on tuesday, the human rights commissioner of the council of europe visited one migrant age center near the border. it is absolutely unacceptable what bella rose is doing and how the people are manipulated. but at the same time, i think we need to step aside 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, polish forces of park water canada, opposite a new makeshift camp at the border. with no sign, the political stand off or the misery. 4000 stuck here ending soon. i said bake.
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i'll just 0. poland. now a state of emergency is 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 and at least one person has died. jude events has the details from 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 in british columbia turned a typical weekend commute into what feels like an an ending ordeal. we thought overnight in our car on 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. ready yesterday morning we went there and can just get 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
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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 strained 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 extreme weather events like the heat dome and the bomb cyclone. this one is being
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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. mud slides 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. is the washington state nook, sack river floods 1st, and then that triggers a chain of events leading into canada. but this time, this extreme rainstorms soaked the fraser valley even before the connected river systems could flood it. the u. s. flood has b. c, very much still on high alert and this entire area, racing for more jodi vents al jazeera,
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vancouver still to come here on this program to man. i am guilty of killing the u. s. civil rights either malcolm x or to have their convictions through nup. it will be the chilean senate candidates who lost a sight and sense of smell and taste offerings shot in the face by the police to cast ah how low they will have a look at africa in a moment. but 1st to the middle east and we've seen unsettled weather sweep across iran when it has cleared up. it's up to a few showers around southern areas, edging into some of those gulf states. but for guitar, it's expected to stay rather fine and dry as we go towards the weekend and the formula one takes place. the unsettled weather though will pick up across the levant. we are expecting heavier rain to edge into places like more than egypt.
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israel, they occupied palestinian territories, and by the time we get to friday, we'll for heavier in syria parts of lebanon. now we can move over to north africa. we are expecting heavy rain to roll into coastal areas of algeria and to nicea. but it is going to pick up some torrential downpours, putting into western areas of algeria by the time we get into friday pushing up into morocco as well. 8 we could see some flooding from that heavy rain as we move down to central africa is looking to wire in the east west in the west pacific for the d. r. congo. those thunderstorms rolling across to western areas, the gulf of guinea, seeing quite a few heavy showers as well as we move to southern africa. it's south africa, that's a lot wetter and cooler. but there's, there's a lot of heat coming through for southern botswana that sure update. ah,
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a african narrative. from african perspective. i knew series of short documentary by african filmmakers from across the continent. this isn't really get to commit to handle the african direct. coming, sued on al jazeera, big. ah ah, welcome back. you're watching al jazeera alive from doha. your top stories, this half hour, medical staff in sudan say at least 15 people have been shot dead by the security
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forces during another protest against last month's military take hope. doesn't have been injured by live fire antagonists. the u. s. secretary of states is reiterated calls for cease for irony. for europe is conflict expressing concerns the war could spill across the horn of africa, antique lincoln made the comments in the canyon capital. during the 1st leg of original tour umbrella, russo sets up shelters for migrants and refugees. stranded on the border with poland. thousands of people trying to reach the new have been living in make shift cups. now, staying without storage and a whole is in cushion, eat so on poland side of the border with bella, rou, see, has more for us now on the diplomatic efforts to resolve the crisis, there is a 2nd phone call this afternoon between the outgoing german chance langler merkel and alexander lucas shanker, the bell russian leader. that after recall, that the pair had on monday, a german government statement saying that she urged him to allow greater access for
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un agencies in particular to the people stuck on his side of the border and to allow aid to flow in the bellows and state news agency says the pair reached an understanding. we don't know quite what that means. interesting and controversial contacts these in any case, given that the you and germany in particular. don't recognise lucas as the beller and president, after an election in 2020, that western nations continued to have been a sham at so much so that poland has said andre, due to the president here, that it will not abide by any arrangement reached on its behalf. by germany that it will consider to have been done over its head. in the meantime, alexander lucas lucas has said, he's not backing down. indeed, he's threatened to retaliate further if sanctions go ahead. sanctions that were agreed upon by e u. countries this week and indeed on wednesday we hear that an oil pipeline heading towards the e. u through bell arrest better as has been turned off apparently for shad your
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maintenance and all of that happening in the context of a wide, somewhat sinister looking geopolitical picture with russia tacitly supporting its out. i bellows in its endeavors here, and also at the same time applying pressure to another week flank of the european union. the eastern border of ukraine potentially preparing to open up a 2nd front there with massive military, massive military build up even invoice to afghanistan says an ice will affiliate there has expanded and seems to be present in all provinces. the groups latest attacks, bombings, and she and neighborhood and cobble killed at least 10 people. the special representative, deborah lions told the un security council there is evidence the taliban is responding to the violence with extra traditional killings and detentions. the reality of the current situation threatens to heighten the risk of extremism. the continued deterioration of the formal economy will provide impetus to the
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informal economy, including alissa drugs, arms flows, and human trafficking. the ongoing paralysis of the banking sector will push more of the financial system into on a countable and unregulated informal money exchanges, which can only help facilitate terrorism, trafficking, and further drug smuggling. these pathologies will 1st effect afghan, astound these pathologies will 1st effect afghanistan. but then they will, in fact, the region south korea has recorded its highest number of cobra, 1900 cases in one day to date, more than 3200 people tested positive on thursday. official say they are not surprised. they were expecting to see an increase after most restrictions were
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lifted earlier this month. 78 percent of the population has now been vaccinated. several countries in europe are struggling with a new wave of code. 19 numbers of infections and deaths are rising, especially in russia. germany and the u. k. so some governance re imposing a patchwork of partial restrictions, particularly on the unvaccinated. and that has prompted protests as priyanka group . turner reports. wow. alarm bells ringing across syrup. once again, it's at the epicenter of the croon, a 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 momentous. in one of the moments i think the problem is that the traitors 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?
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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, waive is raging, presenting an early emergency for the party. is that for the next governing coalition? the oh, the outgoing chancellor is should this star warning to gain voltage economy? the current pandemic situation in germany is dramatic. i can't say in any 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 user 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 unbox unaided hath triggered
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protests by large, unmasked crowds in prague. did glance at her said that i am at this girl. the situation is truly dramatic. i am again asking everyone 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. a fear keely felt in many parts of europe where people are bracing for another winter of uncertainty. bronco doctor, i was 0. the by the administration in washington has reportedly asked countries to consider releasing some of the crude oil stockpiles. the reuters news agency says the hope is it would bring down oil prices, the world's largest oil consumers, including china, india and japan. are among the countries that are said to have been approached late last month. the cost of old touch 7 year highs is demand rebounded to almost pre panoramic levels faster than the pace of supply. chileans go suppose on sunday and
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what's considered to be one of the most unpredictable general elections there in recent history, among those buying for a spot in the senate. as a woman who drew global attention after she was shot in the face by the police and latin america added to lucy newman, as in santiago with her story, taught me. fabiola can be i has found a way to get about me thinking about a but i yeah, i have to follow the rogue. see, i feel the rug and then i know there's the chair. and i know that this is the way to the bedroom. see in actual fact, she's the only one here who can't see the 37 year old mother of 3 was shot in the face at point blank range by police with the tear gas canister. while walking to the bus stop to go to work 2 years ago, she suffered multiple facial fractures, lost both her eyes and her sense of smell and taste, but not her determination to go on living. she says, now after multiple reconstructive surgeries, she is on the campaign trail as
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a candidate for the senate or u. s. he'll. to day i've decided to run for a c in the center in order to legislate for my people so that the laws will benefit them. because so far the law is only for a few cut b, i is still waiting for her attacker to be sentenced. what she's recognized everywhere. she goes a symbol of police brutality during social protests that began in 2019. she is from a working class neighborhood and has always been a community activist. so you slide here all my life. i have used public services and that's why i want to change and improve them from the senate. the health and education system are terrible. pensions and terrible salaries can be. i is not just an unusual candidate because she was blinded by police. this is the traditional way the candidates publicized their campaigns here in killing. the vast majority of those running for office have pale skin,
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and they have certain names that are english, spanish, german, or arab. but from your not got a b, i is not only from a low income neighbourhood, but as her certainly makes abundantly clear. she is a descendant of the i might add an indigenous people, native to northern chili, peru and bolivia. they don't want to, oh, she's also one of only a handful of independent candidates to this general election, but she's optimistic. she promises voters, you will be my eyes, and i will be your voice to see and human al jazeera santiago to men convicted of assassinating the american civil rights. the de malcolm x are expected to have their names cleared. after more than half a century, the manhattan district attorney's office will on thursday move to throughout the convictions of mohammed disease and the late colonial islam. it comes after an investigation from the f b i and the police withheld key evidence that would likely have led to the
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acquittal malcolm x was shot during a speech in new york in 1965 to morrow, paying his co author of the dead are rising the life of malcolm x, she says their involvement has been in question for a long time. the tao started with the 2 people who were convicted as ease abilities as well as law. they. when we look at the assassins malcolm x, we know that the team came out of a new work and from a group out of newark and newark mosque, but close as ease and clue. islam and abilities were both members of the harlem, us and people who are in malcolm's organization on the day when he was assassinated, they knew these guys, and so had they showed up at the audubon, they would have known that these guys, when they would have allowed them into the room. so for them to have had, you know their fingers on the trigger for the shot that killed malcolm. and they
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weren't in the room. simply what we were able to do is find out, explored 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. hollywood act on a golden is facing allegations. he ignored safety protocols that could have prevented a fatal shooting. last month, script supervisor, maybe mitchell the suing baldwin and the producer of the film cold rust. she says the compton 5 a loaded gun, even though it wasn't required for the scene, they were filming bolton shot and killed cinematographer helio hutchins and injured the director. supporters of argentina's governments of rallied in the capital just days after mid term parliamentary elections. it was a show of strength after the government suffered heavy losses. daniel schwann le reports now from gwyn osiris. 3 days after mid term elections. people from all over argentina,
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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 they found the former president want that on returned to argentina from exile in 1972. offered honestly dharmas bar meeting 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 with. 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. where previously dominated a few here we're talking about the electoral damage. this doesn't look much like at
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the phase where that is not supposed to do until the next lecture shows fred films freight. just the 1st we're struggling up my knees. more than 40 percent of argentines live in poverty, inflation is rampant, and unemployment is rising. the country is also burdened with a huge debt to the international monetary fund. so we, we have these 2 processes going on the same time. one very public is false celebration of victory, which is really buying time to process defeat. 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? i think we're talking about america. president, alberto fernandez,
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remains confident, managing the crowds to support his plans for the rest of his term in vietnam for minute 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 pandemic with his economy weaker on the growing pressure to find solutions, both in the corridors of power and on the streets. showing their al jazeera when osiris ah exactly half past the hour. this is al jazeera, these are your top stories, medical staff incidence, at least 15 people have been shot dead by the security forces during another protest against last month's military takeover. dozens of people have been injured by life fire and tear gas.


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