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has access to food, water, electricity, despite the government's attempts to literally cut down electricity from these proto site, got down internet despite all of those, the promise resisted and their, their efforts have to be come to fruit right now. and just to court, one line from the, from the protest was that what the parliament can do can be undone in the streets. and i think we have a good example of that here. the timing is politically astute, isn't it? the that now the government under, under mighty chose a buff anniversary of good who not, who is the founder of the seek religion, many of the farmers all seek. so it comes on this spiritual day from any of the form is if you like little so before state elections in the to for dash and punjab next year. yes, this is definitely a cause for whitey, but at the same time in a democracy, we do see parties playing to their electric base. though fact he did it on,
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grew knocks us, but they who is the wisconsin. the founder of sic ism, is massively important because he wants to appeal to the majority of the farmers who have been protesting. in addition to this, the fact that he's done it couple of months before is the elections happening in 2 major states and in bun job. there though, protest have been massive and this is the state government has also supported the protest. though political, regional, political bodies have already said their leaders, you know, that they will be willing to work with the b g b if they're repeal these 3 laws. and now that the b to b has done that, and they do a managed to collaborate. that is a hi john said the b 2 be will be trying to get into power one bill at the other in these states. thank you. on a burner men on from university of westminster. and que you with the news, our life from london, national still to bring you on the program. turning to pro, turning protest into political action,
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the young voters determined to dramatically change on a south america's richest countries. the bill that better bill is past the centerpiece of job by the legislative agenda passes the house of representatives, but the real test lies in the senate. and it's for the full time, major champion going off course and just the wrong moment in divine and you will have that story and more ah hello, we got some big changes on the way the weather across europe over the next couple of days already started the brightest guys, welcome sunshine retarded the central western parts of the mediterranean state. little unsettled lay, which was at eastern side of the med, my g, but some rather wet and windy. and at times when she weather across those northern
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pastures pushing their way around. this area of high pressure, we are going to see cloud and rain coming in to northern ireland, western part of islet pushing across scotland eventually sinking down across england as we go one through sas day notice the wind direction pulling in a northerly way than that sets the scene for the week ahead is kind of tend significantly colder across northwest to just sick celsius glasgow on sunday, 8 celsius on lunch in london on sunday. and we are going to see those tab, which is struggling to get any higher than that. as we go on through the next few days, so a rural cold spell coming through, we'll say, cold enough in scandinavia for celsius, we should see the snow wheezing off at least cool wet when the and wintry eye, which was about to stay spilling out of belarus, into that western side of russia, some disturb rather, does return back into the western side of the mediterranean live. the shower is coming through it because some of those shows affecting the policy algeria, and also a little wet from them each it ah,
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a guess with port wars b, the capital a pop, you know, getting is ranked one of the most dangerous in the world. one, a one east investigate the violent gains, instilling fear on the street. on l. g 0,
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a diverse range of stories from across the globe. from the perspective about networks, journalists on al jazeera. ah ah, come back and look at the main stories. now. poland has accused better roost, have continued to help asylum seekers cross into you territory. despite the battle russian authorities clearing a makeshift count on the polish border on thursday in an attempt to try and ease the situation. austria is become the 1st country in western europe to re impose a 20 day covered law. down from monday onwards. country is over making vaccinations . compulsory and a jury found us teenager rich in house not guilty of murdering to man and wounding
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another. teenager opened fire with a semi automatic rifle during black lives matter, protested commercial wisconsin last year. now emergency crews are trying to reach 18000 people. still stranded in the canadian province of british columbia. days after floods and mud slides destroyed, roads, houses, and bridges, major highways and railroads remain close with the canadian armed forces assisting the regions flood recovery. at least one person has died and officials say more death could be confirmed in the coming days. well, gabriel was under his live in washing and soon as washington state, which has been badly affected by this record amount of rainfall, just tell us what it's like, why you are one of the conditions like well, it's dried out here a little bit. the rain has stopped that we saw on yesterday, and it is a clean up effort that we're seeing here in sumac washington. this is
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a town of about 151600 people. and this is essentially main street here that we're on. now you can see there's not a lot of activity, it normally would be pretty busy here because just about a quarter of a kilometer down the road. there's the canadian border of british columbia. this is normally would have a lot of people going back and forth, but as you can see, the border is closed because of this storm you have restaurant there, the owner of a restaurant that's taken all of his furnishings out of the restaurant. it was totally flooded. he's trying to clean up, we have a gas station over here where there's other people trying to clean up and dry out from this storm. about 80 percent of all of the businesses and homes in this town have suffered some sort of water damage. it's been a really bad, bad storm and you can actually see one of the big issues is the train, the freight train that goes through town here. the water was so strong and the storm so strong that it washed away some of the track. and it turned over our
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derailed several of the cars of the freight train. and crews are trying to get that back. but he can tell how strong the storm was and how long it's potentially gonna take for this city and his region. really to come back from this and i want to bring in someone that can talk to us about that, kyle christianson, the mayor of mass, thanks for joining us. first on the train derailment, how is that affecting this region and supply chains? well, it's really affecting the businesses and commercial traffic because so many of our businesses here rely on the railway as part of their business model. so it's just been devastating for them having this not being operational, the economic impact for your town being so close to the canadian border. the border is now closed. the economy was devastated from cove it. now this, how are you going to recover from this? well, we're going to need a lot of help from federal and state agencies to get us back on our feet just with the damage we've seen so far. i mean,
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it's millions of dollars and businesses homeowners. everybody's going to need help . so we're just looking for those resources that are coming in, going to be a lot, even in british columbia officials, they're, we're seeing $1000000000.00 just on the canadian side. a lot of people are telling us here in the northwest, washington state we're storm, they've seen in a decade or more than a decade. some people in a lifetime. you agree? i would agree. there were some aspects of the flood. there was worse than what we saw in 990, which was the last really big flood that we saw. so yeah, this is definitely worse than we've seen. you're in an area that used to severe whether you've seen floods in the past. as you said, this is one of the worst. what do you attribute to this is a climate change? is it something else what? i think it comes down to manage waterways. we've really seen over the last few years. that water is doesn't have anywhere to go. so i think by managing waterways
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effectively will help us and there are things we can do some more permanent solutions we'll be looking at and looking for partners with the tribes with the federal government and state government as well. we just gotta start managing our waterways. i don't think it's really a climate change issue because we've seen such a big change in the amount of water coming in such a short amount of time. right? sure. well, listen, thank you very much for joining us. we appreciate it. good luck on the rebuilding here. and ain't counted very much, appreciate it. so there you heard it. i mean, it's going to take a lot of time to rebuild. as the mayor of this town said, it's going to be a lot of management of waterways. this is an area that it has a lot of water around it, but clearly with severe weather, it's making incidents like this that much more damaging. thank you from seattle washington state. gabriel is on that reporting to us that or in other developments in the last president, jo bivens, $1.00 trillion dollars spending bill has passed house of representatives. despite the attempt to store the vote for hours by the chambers told republican the bill
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aimed at improving education, lowering health care costs and tackling climate change. pos, 220 votes to 213. in now had to the senate before it can be signed into law. republican house, minority leader, kevin mccarthy, spoke a record 8 and a half hours on thursday night cataloguing a list of republic. grievances. let me be clear, never in american history has so much been spent at one time. at one time. never in american history will so many taxes be raised. and so much borrowing be new to be needed to pay for all this reckless spending chile as elections coming out this weekend, which might dramatically changed the south american countries. political scene. new and young face is a leading upholds at the expense of the traditional parties, not energizing chileans usually don't bother to vote. a latin america edited his
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san human reports indistinct, 8, a working class area of santiago, young men and women carry their political weapons to my pu plaza to launch their latest campaign for sundays. general elections. these letters spell corrupt the word frequently used to describe all to many chilion politicians and public servants. oh, that's the message from sir said labor a 29 year old independent congressional candidate. i mean, if i'm in favor, looking at my main sponsor, the young people between 18 and 25, they gathered the 2700 signatures and maybe to run for congress as the only independent candidate in the metropolitan area. it was an uphill battle labels allocated time for free television election. publicity was literally undetectable. shorter than a blink of an i will show you again, but young people in chile,
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especially in working class areas, don't watch mainstream tv. if cassandra paloma by labor is young and uses social networks and a style his generation understands migalia good example on what a level of from believing of it. oh my campaign, my me focus is on corruption mean polity. and last one had to use public funds. don't make hire warriors experiencing phenomena. over the years disenchantment with chiles. political institutions has prompted millions of young people to stay home on election day. anger and frustration, especially among the poorest grew oh, this boy over into mass protest. 2 years ago, when demands for a more equal society were led by young people, months of demonstrations, recalibrated chili's, political landscape, putting social change on everyone's agenda yogurt. okay. and i've been increasingly more young. people are involved in politics. i believe they're the agent of change
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from i'm political but translating protest into political participation, especially in low income areas, is still difficult to look into available because that's what we're trying to change in my neighborhood. we need them to see involvement as a representative resource for everyone, not just the privileged class of it. earlier this year, an unprecedented number of young people were elected as mares, especially women. and in this sunday's election, one of the 2 leading candidates is only 35 years old that brianna bought each a former student leader. ha, it's the trends stands. people like these would be playing a decisive role in my siding, who governs chile for the next 4 years. to see a newman al jazeera, cynthia, there's trouble brewing between india and nepal. indian businesses demanding that government imposed tariffs on t imports from the pal. same a hurt local brands,
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but nepalese tried to say that he is better and fills a gap in the indian market. st. basra, he has more from illinois district and east in the pal. no soldiers, no guns, but it nipples. eastern border with india. tensions are simmering. an unlikely front line is where for years the 2 countries have been locked in quiet conflict. over one of the world's most precious and widely consumed commodities. for napoleon, tea, plantations, it's a fight for survival. harmony with yeah, well yeah. well he is the goose that lays the golden egg. there is local production happening. we have local companies here, world wide people, drink tea and it's also good for health. we drink it and we call alon district. the place to mine for tea in alarms markets, himalayan t is liquid gold fuel for the country's economic engine. but growers from the
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neighboring indian state of west bengal or lobbying their government to impose tariffs and bureaucratic roadblocks to take their land locked neighbors t off the table. where here it nepalese border with india now. and darjeeling is just 30 minutes down this road past that checkpoint. now the terrain, the soil, even the plants that the team comes from. it's all the same in this area of indian grover say that there's is the original darjeeling brand, and only their t should be allowed to carry the name, the seeds of what some nepalese have taken to calling the kettle. wars were planted more than a century ago. when the british still ruled, india smuggled out of china and planted in darjeeling in the 18. hundreds indian growers say their t is the genuine article and importing from the paul is destroying a legacy brand. but indian traders routinely mix nepalese t with and sell it as darjeeling to make up for supply shortfalls and meet massive
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market demands. in fact, india is nepalese, biggest customer, half of the team made here and almost all of the premium. great stuff. most similar to darjeeling is bought by india for nipple is owners, india stirring up trouble, is just about protecting market share. i feel that they're in gauge very big country with the 10 yard. we have a small, you're going to me and we have a 1000000000 and a 1000000000 deficient with india 1000000000 and 1000000000. and that we don't have anything to sell our product to india while it d is in a very small quantity. that is not going to the end. any good, i mean, nothing. but the big thing part about brewing tensions steeped in history at risk of boiling over or a storm in a teacup indian concerns have merit. but no police say t should move as freely between boarders as their people. zane basra,
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the old euro alarm district, eastern newport news, our life in london. still. ed, i'm we a hardy, an outside doha. and we're going to take you up over the guitar. he desert we're dozens of military parish shooting. teams are competing for the world title. ah
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in all cool cats are grown pre behind him, little to choose between south arrivals, max to stop, and louis hamilton. ah, he makes up since most the drive is we're getting this 1st experience of the sale international circuit outputs are definitely with 2nd fastest stopping. and hamilton not far behind have some salt this. we can full team points to drift of his red will rival in the will. championship standings are just 3 races left in the seas. drug was ok. i mean, it's all high speak on it, so it's definitely physical but then just by nice know rule issues and yeah, i mean there's a little bit of damage on things just from writing but nothing too serious. i would say that's an ideal way to start a weekend on, on a new new truck. so i think dave is really good job on the destination of the set
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up and it's not far off this week. but if it doesn't always work to do, i don't even driving rising to session because yet to find all the be available. so sure we get off straight is test cricket captain tim pain is stepping down to being investigated by cricket, australia, for sending explicit text messages to a female coworker back in 2017 or 36. 0 pain said he was exonerated at the time, but his quitting now. after learning the texts are about to be revealed publicly, the news comes just a few weeks out of the ashes series against england. my actions in 2007, i do not meet the standard of industry and critic captain or the water community. i'm deeply sorry for the hurt and pain that'll have caused to my wife, my family and the other party. i'm sorry for any damage that this does to the reputation of our sport. and i believe that is the right decision for me to stand
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down as captain effective immediately. chevy has play down the idea that he might be feeling nervous ahead of his 1st game as barcelona head coach at darby against espanol is his 1st task boss id, say con there local rivals on saturday. chevy replaced ronald communist manager after boss a. meda disappointing starts the season under the dutchman. our loaner are currently nights in the table for the study and we don't get, i am very calm. the truth is i am positive, happy, and excited. i'm very excited to be in what i consider my home phone is that i'm eager for the game to start. i'm less nervous now. then when i was a footballer needle, i'll premier league leaders. chelsea start the action in england on saturday. they're away unless the city i expect the tough one. but then i expect also chelsea team our team to play with hunger and with, with, with passion and with a pure will to win. and this is the mindset rich,
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we want to install again to, to restart meaning and to, to restart our engine after the international brakes formula, the fall and england camps. and stephen gerald is making his managerial w in the league. his aston villa, st, find brighten arsenal. they could move into the top for the winter. the liverpool, liverpool were beaten by west ham in their last game before that international break. the national team say they train pretty much through all this because her coaches one to fail on targets and on again monday, wonder very often think that i have to physically work with them as well and not i don't like it. and so if it did was not helpful. while roy mccoy lost the lead on the final hole of his 2nd round of the world, so championship into by an untimely excursion into the water. so mackerel, dropping some shots and slipping. one stroke behind the lead is macro be paired
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with open champion, colon or co on saturday or counselor is hosting disuse. world military parachuting championships there more than 40 teams participating in 3 disciplines with hundreds of athletes hoping to decline the world title, lay out and joined them before and during that jumps is the composition began just outside dol freefall, precision. oh, these athletes are experts in the art of jumping out of planes. more than 40 military, parachuting teams have descended here to the desert of could tar to compete for the world championship title. the competitors are all active military members and have been training for years to get here. most have tens of thousands of jumps to their names. you know, we all had the, the tactical and technical expertise to the american soldier and we just rely on
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our training. we fall back on what we've done 1000 right. thousands of times guitar is hosting the world military parachuting championships for the 1st time. but the gulf nation is already well known in the air sports community. it's national team, $12.00 gold and one bronze medal. and the last competition, this squad and country are hoping to make a lasting legacy in the sport. as everybody know, after, let's say, one years we have the war championship boards cub, let's say 2022. so this one will help the people who don't know got the like the teams. never been to cut out to have idea was cutter to see, to see the stadium. we really saw this one that's all full bottles to show what got that can do. each country will compete in 3 disciplines. freefall skydive accuracy landing and 4 way formation. men and women compete separately,
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but under the same flag, i say hello firm as you have, as you think, the events are all dependent on whether we had to take a break while filming to wait for a sandstorm to pass. team usa waited with us. ron won't always need get you a feel like we're the jitters until you get around one of them in the field. okay. but there was usually pretty nervous rivers. we were invited to join the teams in their final moments before competition. results of these jumps will be tallied in the coming days before winter is announced. you know, i can't do a story about parachuting and not jump out of a plane. this guy, he's the professional. he knows what he's doing. i don't what we're going to go give us a try to have some fun. we get in the plane with other teams who are about to compete. we climb for several minutes until we reach 3000 meters. as we climb up in the teams mentally prepare for their jump. i try to do the same then minutes later,
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once the earth is just a blurb below, it's time to free fall with lee has been st sites and while in the newsroom since then, now let's get back to my room in london. and certainly thanks very much, andy. i'm a good story to be on. so now the longest partial lunar eclipse in nearly 600 years, which left the moon with a red haze, has taken place. dubbed the blood moon, the best used in north and south america, australia, and northeast and asia. in her eclipse is occur when the shadow blocks the sun. this partial eclipse went on for more than 3 hours and 28 minutes,
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making it the longest since the printing press was invented. in 1440 that's it for the news, and i'll see you in a couple of minutes with more news. ah ah. and a 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 going to go to miss all landed about a 100 meters away from us. we're on the front line,
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but it's on the call that isn't on a very, really coming our way. i was just over here god, by the police on purpose with 4 zeroes offices in gaza or how does it not feel very good cover has come down. never before in human history has a month for steam environment, the arctic it in such peril and less than a year. how high the middle east 1st. well, in preparation the country is staging. a major problem with 16 nations going head to head in thanks to fill stadiums,
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