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change their behavior, they are going to continue to do what they do and in depth analysis of the days global headlines inside story on out jesse era, ah mm hm. at least 15 people die. and saddam the security forces open fire on thousands who are protesting against the military takeover. ah, hello, i'm adrian again. this is al jazeera alive from though also coming up back off the philippines condemns chinese firing on its supply boats in the contested south china sea. troops joined rescue efforts in parts of western canada,
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devastated by floods and lamps, lines. a roof over their heads for some, but many migrants refugee spend another night. in freezing temperatures on the battle roost, poland, florida. ah, at least 15 people have died in su, dawn after security forces, open fire on protest as health workers say that doesn't have been injured by live fire and tear gas. as anger grows against the ministries, refusal to hand power back to civilians, al jazeera is russell soda reports from call to. ah, the demonstrations ensued on continue less than a week after hundreds of thousands around the country took the seats, demanding the military of diverse is take order of the government. people came out on wednesday to be 3 that seemed demand. oh, i'll now go on with any i demand for civilian government and the military council
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to be taken to court. and those who killed people to be handed justice city been and those who are making our lives heart 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, protested were met with, widens including tear gas and live ammunition by security 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 these demonstrations. but old death didn't deter the crowds from gathering in capital and other cities. protesters behind me, they are barricaded, the roads are fighting, added the ty, yours burdening the tires and chanting a guest. it did that 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 opt to fat that 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 asked? cut 8 to sue them after the military takeover and has returned to civilian government. sudan had been on path toward a democracy. instability, returning to that path is the best way for sit down to attain peace and prosperity become a leader on the continent and to restore very strong support from the international community. the purpose to see they will do all the camp 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 where from santa al jazeera brought to the philippines as accused beijing of sabotaging a resupply mission in the disputed south. china see, it says the incident happened on tuesday near the contested sprightly islands. the chinese coast guard has sent a block. the philippines ships of fire water cannon, a cruise were on their way to provide supplies to a military base on the 0 dollar allen. duncan reports from manila president or diego, the 3rd day i was worn into office in 2016. and there have been a lot of incidents like this one and a lot of countless basically protests that have been submitted to china by the philippine embassy by the philippine government, through the department, the foreign affairs. but this particular incident is seen as an escalate tore attack described by defense analysts. that's because they say the actions of, of china was very much aggressive. it happened 2 days ago as the philippine
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military, 2 boats were actually on its way to a supply mission to the 2nd film a shawl. that's where a grounded ship is actually in place. the b r p. sharon magic where they're actually philippine marines expecting for this supply, although no one is hurt basically from the attack 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, a state of emergency as an effect in the canadian province of british columbia, after heavy rainfall triggered flooding and mud slides, highways and bridges have been cut off. at least one person has died. jodi vance as more 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 to typical weekend commute into what feels like an an ending ordeal. we
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slept over night 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 just got 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 a 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 the 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
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greater disruption. therefore, as of noon today, the government of 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. we can't. 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 bombs cyclone. 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 an idea that you had to go somewhere else. the canada was wealthy and would be fairly insulated from the effects of climate change. and i mean this summer had 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
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rising in british columbia as agricultural center. historically, is the washington state nook, sack river floods 1st, and then that triggers a chain of events leading in to canada. but this time, this extreme rainstorm, so the fraser valley, even before the connected river systems could flood it, the u. s. flood has be very much still on high alert and this entire area bracing for more. jodie vance al jazeera vancouver. the speaker of libya's house of representatives is standing in next month's presidential election. a gala sala has led the eastern parliament since 2014 and joins high profile candidates, including the hold highly for half the on the some of the countries late dictator, warmer gadhafi. taiwan has deployed $64.00 upgraded jets as it steps up. its defense capabilities. the face of continuing threats from china ah,
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the f 16 v is the most advanced version of the aircraft president, sighing when commissioned them in service, saying that they show the strength of taiwan corporation with the u. s. defense industry. try one status has become a major point attention to the us china relationship. beijing sees the island is a break away province to be reunited with the mainland. $300.00 iraqi migrants and refugees trapped to the poland. baler is border. i said to fly home later on thursday, but thousands of other refugees by grants are still living and makeshift camps. on the freezing conditions. bill russo set up some shelters, but the still no side of any resolution to stand off with poland. i'll just here, as i said, big reports from the border lining up to get some sustenance alger there of them. these refugees and bell russian troops in the britsky area near the polish border. bella ruth has in recent days, stepped up a tab to show its treating people humanely. on tuesday night,
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it provided shelter for hundreds of men, women and children in this warehouse still dodgy, paralegal at the commentary on this video comes from by the russian state media. many of them have now returned to the forest. these pictures from wednesday film by poland interior ministry apparently shall 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 center near the border. it is absolutely unacceptable what belarus is doing and how
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the people are manipulated. but 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. as i beg, i'll jazeera poland, a weather update. max here on out 0, then a ceasefire is mostly holding up the worst violence since the end of the dispute go, no color, park regions will tell you i will be petroleum sort of cabinet lost a sight and sense of smell and taste to be shot in the face by police
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ah hello there. the unsettled weather continues across southern parts of europe to see the storm clouds rolling across the mediterranean. but conditions are going to improve here for the wet and windy weather. we have to look up north because that central band as well, was seen dry a fine, a conditions that quite a bit of cloud cover, though, keeping things foggy and murky at times. but it's gonna turn milder across the north west. if you look at britain, an island is going to be west in the north dryer in the south with spells the sunshine. but the temperature in scotland is going to be well above average, 30 degrees in glasgow for wet and windier and wintery conditions. we have to look to norway, sweden, as well as fin, and we've got warnings out for snow and ice here. and we've got bloody rain pushing across denmark into the baltic states,
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and it is going to get wessa for eastern europe as we head towards the weekend. it's also gonna get wet, western parts of greece and that heavy rain, as you can see, see continues across the a drastic heavy for for poorly. i am sardinia and it continues to be rather windy across the belly. eric islands the heavier rain, however, can be found in southern parts of spain and algeria. but by the time we get into friday, we're going to have sunshine in algiers with the temperature sitting at 20 degrees celsius. ah, in the, with an abundance of results. trade far and wide, indonesia, his friends forming, we moved full to growth and frock. we balance for green economy, blue economy, and the digital economy. with the new job creation law, indonesia is progressively ensuring the policy reform to create quality jobs.
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invest, let be part linda. this is growth and progress. invest even easier now. ah ah. hello again. this is al jazeera, that's from much of the main news this our medic since should on so that at least 15 people will shut down by security forces on wednesday during another protest against last month's military takeover. dozens of people were injured by live fine and tear gas. it's according to the central committee. sudanese doctors. the philippines is accused beijing of sabotaging a resupply mission in the disputed south china sea. it says the incident happened on tuesday near the contested sprightly islands. the state of emergency has an
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effect in the canadian province of british columbia. after heavy rainfall trigger flooding a mud slides. troops deployed to help clear long roads. at least one person has died. let's not return to our top story. the sow the firing by sydney security forces on protest as that has led to the deaths of at least 15 people out of cirrus, russell soda. georgia still live from bow called to after that took violence on witness a russell. what's the situation there now? well yes, there has been, did the deadliest day and did that the highest that tools for a single day since the mid to take over 1 october 25th. so that security forces have used an excessive force industries at, in, in, in that squares and the place that there was in 6th grade and down that, that the voted district. i could see that, how did the excessive force was exercised by the security forces?
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they have fire the tear gas over the protesters and used to live ammunition as well . and chasing after d. i've often people deal into dead the bice, the treats as well. people have worked, trying to barricade the roads, to pro one. the dead security forces to reach to the cities, but however they, they failed in dear attempts and the security measures were quite tied that the roads, the main roads, the breeds were blocked. to prevent people from gathering there. however, there has been 8 protest 8th that different proof as a different listings of the capital, a hot tomb, and that the central doctors come with your view. don said that at least you're being people have been killed and more than a 100 people at endure. so for now, there are also the reports at that that, that, that, that, that security forces. now in the morning they started to, at $2.00 to $2.00 block some of the roads to per one people. because today there will be the funeral of those who are being killed yesterday and to put it is
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already as fighting the t a guest while some of the small groups that are trying to at times the, the definitive. so for all depth the, to the i forced to find a way out of this pull, think of that, look through and through dance crisis in the country how field and the time is running out. and that is steel. no power. she had an agreement with the military and did that the forces or for the demand change, the main cbt, cooperation, which had been in power sheet and with the military. out serious, russell said, are reporting live that from ca too many thanks. indeed, armenia says to russia mediated cease fire with hazard i shot is mostly holding. following a day of violence, it's been the west flareups. it's fighting over the disputed nagondo cut back border region last year, which left will than $6000.00 people dead. i'll just here as robin frosty, a walker reports now from tbilisi, and they bring georgia official footage from arminius defense ministry shows,
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strikes on what a claims were as a, by johnny armored vehicles in armenian sovereign territory. as a by john said, armenia provoked the fighting and describes the boy. the area as disputed mobile footage shed on social media appears to show as a by johnny soldiers beating and taunting their armenian captives. on tuesday, the head of armenia, security council, cold for russian military intervention. but so far, the prime minister has stopped short of officially requesting moscow support. sir, man, i'm very marcin herself. jeannette talks about border disputes are absurd and senseless . there is no boarded dispute. there is aggression against the sovereign territory of the republic of armenia. as a by john re took control of most of the go, no carrabas, and surrounding territories in
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a war. last year with armenia. almost 7000 soldiers and civilians were killed. the latest fighting is close to karuba, but along the 2 countries border as a by johnny checkpoints, now control roads leading into armenia, scenic province, isolating armenian villages and restricting travel. the region lies between as a by john and it's autonomous, exclaim nakesha van a cease fire agreement signed last year, included a commitment by armenia to provide a road or rail link, connecting as a by john with nike shavanne and turkey. as a by john refers to it as a corridor and by implication, something it would control but russia, which mediated last year cease fire. and has peacekeeping troops on the ground in the corner, caraballo and armenia has played down that language with which emma come cleared
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from her issue here we are getting close to concrete decisions, which are 1st and foremost, based on the notion that countries will retain sovereignty over rhodes, passing through their territory as a by john and armenia accused each other of starting this latest round of fighting . but what is clear is that sticking points over those agreements signed in that piece deal last year, need urgently to be resolved. robin for astir walker. al jazeera tbilisi, south korea has recorded its highest number of new cove at 19 cases in a single day. more than 3200 people tested positive on thursday. officials say they're not surprised. they were expecting to see an increase after most restrictions were lifted earlier this month. 78 percent of the population has been vaccinated. jillions go to the polls on sunday and what's considered to be one of the most unpredictable general elections in recent history. among those vying for
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a spot in the senate is a woman who drew global attention after she was shot in the face by police. our latin america editor lucio newman, is in santiago with her story. oh me tabula come p. 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 a tear gas canister. while walking to the bus stop to go to work 2 years ago. she suffered multiples. facial fractures lost both her eyes and her sense of smell and taste. but not her determination to go on living. she says, oh yeah, now after multiple reconstructive surgeries, she is on the campaign trail as a candidate for the senate. oh yeah. it is here to day i've decided to run for
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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 in america. cut b, i is still waiting for her attacker to be sentenced while 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 your sl idea all my life, i've used public services and that's why i want to change and improve them from the sun. it. the health and education system are terrible. pensions and terrible salaries come p, i is not just an unusual candidate because she was blinded by police. this is a traditional way that can, that it's publicize their campaigns here in killing. the vast majority of those running for office have pale skin, and they have sir names that are english, spanish, german, or arab. but 5, you're not gonna be, i is not only from
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a low income neighborhood, but as her certainly makes abundantly clear. she is a descendant of the i mata an indigenous people, native to northern chile, peru, and bolivia. fail. oh, she's also would have 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 leaders from the u. s . canada and mexico a sent to me in washington on friday. though the trilateral summit has taken place most years since 2005 fridays talks will be the 1st summit helped by the 3 countries in 5 years. they are expected to discuss issues that include coven, 19 immigration, and jumpstarting trade. as land bought us open again. on our ruffled reports, not from mexico city. the slow return of 2 way traffic on the us mexico
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border. last month marked an end to the 19 month ban on non essential land crossings into the u. s. from both mexico and canada. the reopening of borders proceeds another important event in the resumption of normal international relations. and in person meeting between the leaders of the 3 countries, it says input been debbie tacoma, so many punished us to this. but let's see how this to really this handle themselves. and if they lose the economic integration of north america towards the path of a social policy that allows for economic growth, increases in productivity and reduce this inequality. re igniting the economies of all 3 countries. in the aftermath of the pandemic locked down along with climate change and relations with china are expected to be front and center topics at the trilateral summit. by 20 for canada. the meeting with us and mexican counterparts
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is an opportunity to spark action on a number of cross border trade and economic matters that have stalled. in recent years, almost in mexico seeks to implement more robust policies to address the root causes of immigration as migrants from central america continue to make their way toward the united states in large numbers, lilian portent this game was at quarles. it's important that we meet at summit ski, but what's more important, our results and implementing agreement. they happily and i believe president biden, and prime minister to dawn on men of action with summit between the us, mexico and canada, had a history of awkward and even uncomfortable moments. once dubbed the meeting of the 3 amigos a nod to the film, starring comedians, steve martin chevy chase and martin short regarded as one of the most important economic partnerships in the world. it's been 5 years since the last meeting of the 3 amigos. and while the relationship between the us,
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mexico and canada was significantly strained in 2018 when former us president donald trump slapped tariffs on canadian and mexican steel and aluminum. many are hopeful that this year summit will mark an official return to the stable trade and good relations. the 3 world leaders will also address the issue of supply chain disruptions and effort. many expect will be facilitated through the united states, mexico, canada agreement, or u. s. m. c 8 for signed in 2018, a trilateral pact which accounts for some $1.00 trillion dollars in trade every year. when wetted up hello al jazeera, mexico city, defense lawyers in the u. s. murder trial of col. rittenhouse has asked the judge from miss trial, even as the jury considers its verdict, the 18 year oldest charged with shooting protest is killing 2 people and injuring another during racial justice rallies in wisconsin last year. written how says for the acted in self defense. obviously the john henry has an update for us outside
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the court in kenosha, wisconsin, leasing, and breaking the jury and the call written. now 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 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
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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 american civil rights leader malcolm x are expected to have the names cleared. after more than half a century, the manhattan district attorney's office is sent to throw out the convictions of bahama disease. and the late colonial islam. it comes off to an investigation found that the f, b, i and police with held key evidence that would likely have led to their acquittal. oh, come x was shot while preparing to give a speech in new york. in 1965 american actor, alec baldwin, his being sued for a 2nd time over an accidental shooting on a movie set. last month. baldwin fired, a gun that he thought wasn't loaded during a rehearsal. he shot and killed a cinematographer and injured the director. the producers of the film roster bowles
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have been named in the lawsuit brought by a member of the crew. it says that the actor cocked and fired the gun, even though it wasn't required for the scene. i'll never forget what happened on the set of roads that day. i re live the shooting and the sound of the explosion from the gun over and over again. i'm depressed and 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 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 out of the producers on rust was reckless. people are seeing red on western australia, christmas island, as millions of crabs begin their annual migration every year. the creatures move on
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mass to the beach to mate road has been closed at a small bridge has been built to help them on their way. some people have been able to leave their homes due to the large numbers of crustaceans, it's about 2 weeks or in about 2 weeks. the crops will leave their eggs on the beach and claw their way back to the jungle. ah, hello, this is al jazeera alive from dough. hi, adrian sitting here with the headlines health workers in sudan so that at least 15 people was shot dead by security forces on wednesday during another protest against last month for the free takeover. central committee of soup. these doctor citizens were injured. russell sarah has more now from concert yesterday has been there the deadliest day and did that the highest that tools for a single day since.


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