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with colon feller is accused of using them as a weapon against the european union. and that comes with more than 400 rockies spell of his order are set to fly home who looks foreign ministry is trying to find others in bella rufe who also wants to leave. well, let's get more on this now. from my mood of de la, i had to join says, from baghdad. no, this is bound to be a heartbreaking situation for the people getting sent back to iraq, a country that they have tried to leave. oh, what have they got left to come back to? what's the situation like there because many of souls, homes, cars and property to, to get over to europe in the 1st place? indeed her and yes, there is definitely blaming. first,
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the government consecutive corrupt government for the situation the are in for their suffering. then he'll main, a treatment by security forces on the biller rose or polish border at 4 days, probably 4 weeks. but these who have been invited by the iraqi government to sign in to record their names for voluntary return up the are in the 100 probably over 400. but as you know, that these are among hundreds of iraqis that have been trying to leave iraq because of many reasons on top of them are lack of opportunities, unemployment, a poverty insecurity. they're blaming the governments for all what is happening to them. but the government and the return is blaming both poland and bill, russia, the european union for politics up the border measures for what is happening to the
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iraqi, my grants, and the refugees in general on the bill iris, a polish at bought it. now, as you know, that at these iraqi, my grants at the have among them vulnerable people, women and children, elderly up sick people as you know that a few days ago and iraqi, a refugee from co. this time he died on the border after waiting for days on the border. he was a diabetic patient and he was prevented from medicine. and as you know, that the inhumane suffering of the migrants or refugees there. that includes a lack of the food, a lack of a services, as you know that it's freezing there. and there's suffering because of the politics because of the measures taken by both the biller ocean and polish a security forces here and baghdad. the foreign ministry is encouraging. iraq is to
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sign in to come on this flight. this is the beginning, as you know, that there's going to be going on for other flights. bringing iraq is in voluntary return. whoever wants to return back home. okay. my, my dad to war had there live from baghdad, mac moore, thank you. a state of emergency is now in effect and the canadian bore province. so british columbia, as such, a heavy rainfall triggered flooding and mud slides, roads and bridges have been cut off. and at least one person is dead. jody vance 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 and british columbia turned a typical weekend commute into what feels like an unending ordeal. we slept overnight in our car monday night and we were able to find a friend of
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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 greater disruption. therefore, as of noon today, the government a, b, c, is declaring a state of emergency. there's not
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a person that hasn't been affected or will not be affected by the events of this past weekend. these events are increasing in 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 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 that 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 rising in british columbia as agricultural center. historically, is the washington state nook, sack river floods 1st, and then that triggers
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a chain of events leading into canada. but this time, this extreme rainstorm, so the fraser valley, even before the connected river systems could flood it, the u. s. slide has be see very much still on high alert. and this entire area, racing for more. jody vance. al jazeera, vancouver leaders from the us, canada and mexico were you to meet in washington on friday. the summits will be the 1st they've held in 5 years. they're expected to discuss immigration cove at 19 and jumpstarting trade as borders reopen. manuel wrap of the reports for mexico city. the slow return of to wait traffic on the u. s. mexico board. 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
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resumption of normal international relations. and in person meeting between the leaders of the 3 countries, it's as simple as bank debit. almost money, punished us to this. let's see how these to really this handle themselves. and if they, the economic integration of north america towards the path of a social policy that allows for economic growth, increasing productivity and reducing equality, 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, i went for canada. the meeting with us and mexican counterparts 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,
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lilian portent this game was acquitted. it's important that we meet at summit ski, but what's more important results and implementing agreement a plea. and i believe pressing biden and prime minister to dull i'll men of action summits 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 store and 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, mexico and canada was significantly strained in 2018 when former us president donald from 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
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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 a low al jazeera mexico city, the philippines governments as a keys in beijing of sabotaging a re supply mission and the disputed south china see, it says the incident happened on tuesday new the contestant sprightly islands. the chinese coast guard is reported to have blocked the philippine ships and found water cannon. the vessels were carrying surprise to military base. she may, the allan duncan has more 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 protests that have been submitted to china by the philippine embassy by the philippine government through the department of foreign
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affairs. but this particular incident is seen as an ethical, a 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 at the philippine millet sheet. 2 boats are actually on its way to a supply mission to the 2nd. so marshall, 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 it's 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. so one has to point $64.00 upgraded jets as it steps up, its defense capabilities in the face of continuing threats from china. the 16 v is the most advanced version of the aircraft president, sign one,
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commission, them into service saying they show the strength of taiwanese corporation with the u . s. defense industry will. u. s. congress is being urged to take stronger measures to protect. i won an influential advisory board has released its annual report detailing the threats of chinese aggression report, says congress should increase funding for taiwan to purchase defense equipment from the u. s. and booth surveillance washington is increasingly concerned about china's military expansion. calisha is commemorating the 30th anniversary of the worst massacre during its 4 year war for independence in 1991 of alicia. and you can only so which is captured the countries eastern city of hoover hundreds of corporation fighters were killed in the $31.00 siege and tens of thousands of known certain habits and foresight. in 1998,
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the city was returned to croatia and rebuilt the defense lawyers in the u. s. murder trial of co written hers so that the judge for miss strong, even as the jury considers a verdict, 18 year olds is charged with shooting protest is killing 2 people, injuring another during racial justice rallies in wisconsin last year with her says he accident in self defense copies of american acts, her alec baldwin is being sued for a 2nd time over, an accidental shifting on a movie set last month old when far to gun that he thought wasn't loaded during the rehearsal. he shot and killed the cinematographer and injured the director. the producers of the film rust also been named in the lawsuit brought by a member of the crew to the actual cox and for the gun, even though it wasn't needed for the scene forces. and she let go to the polls on sunday, and was seen as one of the most unpredictable general elections in recent history
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among those vying for stocks in the cell. it says a woman who drew global attention after she was shot in the face, spy, police, or latin america editor, lucy, and human is in santiago with her story tabula and b. i has found a way to get about be thinking about 8, 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. c. 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, oh yeah, now after multiple reconstructive surgeries, she is on the campaign trail as
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a candidate for the senate. are you? it is here to day i have 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 and i still can't be, 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 you're slight here all my life. i've 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 come p, 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 chile, the vast majority of those running for office have pales in and they have sir names
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that are english, spanish, german, or arab. but 5, you're not gonna be, i is not only from a low income neighbourhood, but as her certainly makes abundantly clear. she is a descendant of the i might at an indigenous people, native to northern chile, peru, and bolivia. fail. 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 a newman, al jazeera santiago, supporters of argentine as governments have rallies in the capital just days after mid term parliamentary elections, it was a show strength fact to the government suffered heavy losses. daniel schwein, the reports from when a series 3 days after midterm 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 is movement which backs the government is the anniversary of the day they found the former president, one bed on return to argentina from exile in 1972, offered honestly donald bomb it done as activists. we need to return to the streets because we couldn't during the 2 years on a pandemic to this is our day to reflect and remember, our joy of being together on the streets we ended up with were putting everything into our activism because we won a national popular government that to represent us all. we are 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 were previously dominated. but few here,
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we're talking about the electoral damage. this doesn't look much like the phase where that is not supposed to do until the next lecture shows fred with freight. just the 1st, the struggling guffman 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 have these 2 processes going on at 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 phil's 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'll talk about her president. elbert often
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on this remains confident managing the crowds to support his plans for the rest of his term and be a her mom over 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 in the pandemic. argentina was emerging from the pandemic with its 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. for decades afghanistan's helmand province was on the frontline of the country's conflict. no groups are trying to clear bombs and landmines left from the war to prevent people being killed or injured. they harding reports. instead of just learning math and science, these children are also being taught how to identify mortars grenades and signs of
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land mines mistaking them for toys could cost them their lives. yeah, mother, she knew mostly the screens were dry. so we were looking for water than an old man shouted at us that there's a big snake nearby. and he tried to cover with grass. it was actually a rocket. so he left the area, fearing there might be more bond. non profit groups like the halo trust are working to prevent more casualties. one way is to paint rocks. the white side means the path has been cleared. read points to areas with potential minds buried underneath . yeah, yes, i'm afraid, but i know that when i see white students we can play there and when it's read, we can't play there since 1989 more than 40000 people in afghanistan have been killed or injured by land mines, an unexploded ordnance, according to the un, a few months ago this ma laws, wife lost both of her legs in the explosion, just outside their home. this incident was very painful. i saw it happen with my
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own eyes. i saw my children screaming and crying. the scene was very painful for me . i feel alone and the stress is too much, too much. so now others like him, are employed by groups to help locate minds before they explode. we also give jobs to people who would otherwise be in the fight. we give jobs to young men who a forced through desperation to join the insurgency, or had joined the army. and so we can give peaceful what we, we take the rifle of them and we give them a mind to touch it. over the past 3 months about a 100 explosive devices have been diffused in the region, including $25.00 in this village. we were there with the russians. we were there for the civil war. we were there with the 1st taliban regime. we were there with knighthood. and we will stay thousands more land mines are believed to lie undetected,
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a legacy of war that continues to maim and kill leo harding al jazeera. still ahead on al jazeera phoenix on stay halts. they win their 10th at game in santa will have this all the sport for you after the break. ah
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ah ah ah ah, it's time for the sports. here's runa. thank you very much hallow all the women's tennis association has warned. it could pull torments from a china as early as next year. if proof of the safety of missing,
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claire pink eye is not provided soon. it comes off to the head of the w t. a question. dolphins is, is an e mail released by chinese state media. allegedly from chalet is thinks she's fine and not missing. and the allegations of sexual assault she made it were not true. anger, previously it came on social media that former vice, apparently as young collie, had the course to her into sex. her post has since had been deleted, he w th cheapest. steve simon says that the mom has made him more concerned for the player. gabby mcgruther has claimed her 1st w t, a finals, a title. the 2 time grand slam champion defeated her stony, an opponent. and at that point of it and straight set 6375 in guadalajara mexico. when we'll see her and the year as that the world number 3, when the rankings are updated on monday. well, i mean,
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i didn't vote all of these things because i really want to have more pressure. but if you're the main thing to be part of the history and you know, this is a very special tournament, only the best aid and you feel like every much as a final and i, i made it all number one of our joke of edges into the semi finals at the season ending atp finals in italy joker, which would be to order a group lead of russia in straight sets as he stayed on course to win this title for recording time was competition has a group formats and yoko, which will play britton's camera norie in his final group game on friday. noise, casper rude has booked his space in the semi finals. rude had to dig deep after losing the opening set against cameron roy. but he showed his class and fought back and beat his british opponent at 3 sets. in almost level with andrew lever and green group would the one win, and one defeat was nori,
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who replaced the interest to pharmacists to pass that has this whole loss on his other still the playoff said to come the make up of the 2022. well, cupping cutter is starting to take shape as a 13 finalists of $32.00 have made it so far, which means more flags of the qualified countries that have been raised at the door, how cornish, including the host country, of course. in south america, there are 2 more automatic places available, while europe will fill the remainder of their 13 places during the playoffs in march football legend some a lead to the has officially entered the race to become president of the camera union of football. a full time african football over the years submitted his paperwork on wednesday for december election. e federation has been hit a series of legal disputes and add to a says that it's time for a new thought in the country. hamlin is getting ready to host a 2022 africa cup of nations, just
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a little push on i will be the next president of the federation, despite all the cheating. leticia people said that a good plan known as most of those who will vote will take their responsibility to finally give communion football. the opportunity has become what a ton b for sand defender danny alvarez that has officially signed a back in at barcelona as he makes his return to the club. he 38 year old that has been a free agent since leaving sell paolo in september, and becomes the 1st finding under a new coat. xavier hernandez. affairs at 1st joined parson, 2008 and 123 trophies during his 8. he is at the club. he says, oh wow, but you do, you see me with a little less hair, but the will and the desire stays the same. i know what this club represents, the history it represents, and the colors and i accepted this challenge because i know what i can do for this team. not only inside, but also outside the club, like i've always done in the abba,
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the phoenix suns at the dallas mavericks for the 10th when and the roll devin booklet led the sunset with 20 full points to help them beat that as a 105 to 98 roberts, who are playing without their injured saw lucas on she to last for just the 2nd time. and the last 7 game and south africa, director of rugby of i. c at us, melissa has been banned from rugby for 2 months. arrest. most a has been punished for releasing and our long video criticizing the refereeing during a match earlier this year is also being borrowed from attending matches an official role of for the next 10 months. that's it for me. hello. thank you very much indeed . as sat out before we go, people are seeing reads on west sinister. there's christmas islands, as millions of crabs begin their annual migration. every year the creatures move on mass to the beach to meet rhodes have been caused and
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a small branch has been built to help them on their way. some people haven't able to leave the houses to, to the large numbers of a tribes about. so for me and the usa stay with us aging finnegan is with you after the break. ah this is al jazeera, it's november the 15th day, one of the new era and television. you. if you have known that, that was the scale of bloodshed would you have still gone from moments ago to miss also landed about a 100 meters away from us. we're on the front line,
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but it's on the fall. that isn't on the very real in the coming our way. i was just, i don't hear god by the police on purpose. with port out 0 is offices in garza, our house in that building. but summer has come down. never before in human history as the once for stephen barn to the arctic didn't such peril. frank assessment is okay likely to change biking behavior at all. it's not going to change their behavior. they're going to continue to do what they do and in depth analysis of the days global headlines inside story on al jazeera, etc,
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as he just is horrible with somebody's got to do it. where do you go to that by looks good. that voice you promoting clean, safe sanitation for all. but with a 3rd of the world lacking basic facilities, can his unique style really help clean up the met, sunny culture to pop culture is the fastest way those soft sanitation problem. mister toilets, a witness documentary on al jazeera, ah hundreds of iraqi migrants and refugees stopped from crossing into the e. u at the baylor was poland border. and i'll flying back home. the thousands more still brave in cold temperatures as their future remains uncertain. the g 7 is cooling on by the roost and the crisis ah.


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