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on the wow, well now she 0. ah hello, i'm darn jordan dough. with a quick reminder of the top stories here in al jazeera, poland says hundreds of refugees and migrants have again tried to cross illegally into you territory carriage by neighboring bruce. some people found in poland forests are receiving medical treatment and hospital. meanwhile, nato secretary general says they stand ready to help. oh, allies caught up in the crisis dissertation out the border o belarus with polen, but also the train you're on the lot you are is deeply concerning the lucas ankles or shame you so vulnerable people as means to put pressure on all the countries is cynical, aren't in her main natal stance in full some of that at that with the all affected alice,
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we remain vigilant on stand ready to further help our allies. a jury has found us teenager, con rittenhouse, not guilty of murdering 2 men and wounding another. he opened fire with a semi automatic rifle during racial justice protests in kenosha, wisconsin. last year, written house did admit killing the 2 men, but said it was in self defense. the jury deliberated for 4 days. at least 7 people have been injured and dozens arrested during protests in rotterdam. they are objecting to corona virus restrictions, at least declared an emergency and shut down public transport. the netherlands is combating a new wave of proven 19 cases. austria is the 1st western european country to impose another full coven 19 locked down. and make vaccination against the virus. compulsory restrictions will start on monday and continue for 3 weeks. yes, president your buttons? $1.00 trillion dollar spending bill now goes to the senate. an hourly passing have divided a house of representatives. the bill aimed at improving education and learning
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health care costs. and tackling climate change past 220 volts to, to 13. the british governments seeking to designate the whole of the palestinian group hamas a terrorist organization. it would add the political side to the military wing, which is already proscribed. emergency crews are trying to reach thousands of people still stranded in the canadian province of british columbia. days off the floods and bud slides destroyed, roads, houses, and bridges. railways crucial to the supply chain remain closed. the military is not helping with recovery efforts. at least one person has died in the floods. so those were the headlines. the news continues here now to sierra after master of chaos station. thanks so much bye for now. m each and every one of us. it's about a responsibility to change our person with
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we could do this experiment. biodiversity could increase just a little bit, and that wouldn't be worth doing. anybody had any idea that it would become a magnet music to be ready for women to get 50 percent representation in the constituent assembly here in a extremely important service that they provide to the city? why do we need to take america to trying to bring people together trying to deal with people who left behind ah, on the 21st of august 2013 syrian government forces used chemical weapons in
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opposition held areas, killing hundreds of people, including many children. when you, as soon as the year before, the technical weapons would have led line. however, off to the attack, president obama decided not to intervene because it might lead to heavier u. s. involvement in syria. there were some people in the administration who worried that i sunken at the end be top alden extremists would take over. those of us who were following siri more closely, kept telling them stop worrying about that. the extremists are no stronger than a lot of the modern elements, and they're not going to take over. it might just shift the fighting a little bit, but there will not be an sonic state declared in damascus. this lack of a western response seemed to embolden aside. he realised that some western leaders were more concerned about the potential chaos that might result from opposition
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groups taking over than they were about his staying in power. assad was quite to exploit this. michelle said that if not, and as a pot hustle, natalie poet kill whole school me law. she had e e e e in its temp bill. i showed him how to persuade the challenge level no set up for chris and she had yelled, emotional dishes, ian. and she's at mann in mann. in nuts. oh, really? my food ought to be young to mammon. habit, daily shout, hell healthy ah said release. many of these members of owned opposition groups from jail since the start of the uprising. some had joined iso. i'm assad realised that this was the good that the west was more concerned about it perhaps than any other in
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2014 i so took the tone of rocca. i moved quickly across syria, largely at the expense of other opposition groups. ah, news of on the motions of the promise i read those is more, more talk to you. good. you, who's a village, owed to the good bush that about the de busha. we saw repeated instances where the syrian government basically would not attack the sonic state here. sometimes we sciences where the islamic state might attack a free, searing army unit, and the syrian government would come in and bomb them by air or maybe an hour later, 2 hours later. and i, it looked like tactical co operation almost. we saw many instances in that, especially in the area around a laptop, for example,
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a dash food. got me social snow sale, you know, thought a little bit harder. but oh, it's hard to keep all blue to be on new before new york's will soon. akita von due to the daughter. oh, boy bell, it was a 20 so in so so obvious. you aiden, ye bellow, jim, i don't mean that they don't ever fight this long stick. sometimes they fight islamist said sometimes they cooperate with islam at state. one of the things that tom, as a professional, i can say, i admire about this here in government, is that it is able to do several different contradictory things all at once. and, um, it, it's harder to understand them. they can confuse you very well that way. the
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spread of i sal and it's increasing violence, preoccupied and shocked. much of the world asada used this opportunity to launch a different kind of campaign aimed at the west. a charm offensive war in syria is about winning the heart of the people. but i felt made the, i was part of the war on syria. one we still did is an opening, you know, and that was some country. it started to die to listen. we started to intensify our communication with the west until in by jen managed until talk to jam manage. the syrian president gave interviews to several major media outlets around the world and nobody showed he got a la carte. i'm me, daddy stammered gifted tom and my let me be allowed to be gifted. how many miles
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are at our middle at a b or door acting on a sore on you? lila had a better. but any to float? mccartney? i'm delighted at all. la michelle. i said send money to the deeper in all his interviews, he insisted, eats me or chaos. have invasion of terrorist coming from abroad and the government is doing. it's a job in fighting and defending it's. it's country. her saddle, thought it out of the monica yawning folder, equipment, booklet, and shuttle. and also he alyssa thomas, he a muffled alderman, thought he over here, let that come. i kind of thought for that and feel, and i'm a little be, be and not all the a thought a shabby long, long young line. charlotte, she took her to match the bush. auto said, did you go deep contributed by dumpster so to not meet is what's on there? monte approval. deborah, key for miss wood. young one. you know, you don't you a, be them all the bishop, i think for bashar, alas,
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sad to present himself to the united states sent to europe as the, as the alternative are too crazy sectarian people. i think this has been part of his strategy since day one, day one movie ah, by presenting himself as the alternative to what he called terrorists. i felt convinced many to overlook his governments crimes like these camps, where 17000 people, including women and children, were tortured to death lane. ah, ah evening. they took me to the full and yeah, mr. to man, the 1st was shin. why you'd want like a shuttle us that oh,
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let's shut a slip to new york city. and this is usually a tools to collect on formation. after that and the 5th, i'm in 2012 at become the thought shut of not a toys for collecting information. it's a goals, tortured for torture, torture for destroyed barbara of the but is another. meanwhile our side presented himself as a protector of minorities, including christians and as a buffer against violent on groups some political leaders visited damascus and were warmly received with the west prioritize to it's fight against
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iso. in the autumn of 2015, they decided to launch their 1st air strikes in syria against i saw rather than government forces. they also cut back on their support of opposition groups. this took the military pressure off the syrian army and gave acid precious breathing space. ah i don't know how the skill in us law will do, but i guess i know you had a couple of the lead lazara or europe god visual of your audio. only alco are you. i don't know. one of the other there are sad situation remained quite precarious. after 4 years of war,
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he left the country for the 1st time to visit vladimir putin. he calculated that russian military support would shift the balance of power and the war in his favor. this is today than oh, do in the what the quote of notes and what can be in june. olivia cannot be her one and see at the end of the day, 2 of them. we ask that our shuttle to come and help us with a air force and that ocean did not ask for anything at from us. by the way, our relation would that ocean, as you know, is betty, historically, who's in, wanted to stay a step ahead of the west and to revive russian influence in the middle east a while. and he thought that having survived so far, suggested that aside could be relied upon a little more. people had been had now come for
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a new model of the scholarship roland. know what the nation is now most get on the withers will examine the washington. okay, national through social, but for most of them. okay. now recorded to still annoy the army on the meal of earth. would steven our food though in la city has not begun yet. no more stir at. yes, sir, when you were legal bullshit my dearly or partially but them was good in the way on top of that though, won't come on the ocean in a move. the took the west by surprise. russia now intervened insignia in a big way. officially, they were fighting ice all, but the fights suggested otherwise. ah, it's justice, it's law city. does that up? walk at 20 these. god. lucy, veto pollution with ya. a, b,
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d sir mark or bash. get did lou but yourself the only? ah, droids 2016 russian mil support enabled the syrian army to regain large parts of the territory. it had previously lost the u. s. in europe did little to counteract this relentless offensive other than make token protests they failed to react when government forces used chemical weapons again. ah. in september 2016 u. s. president obama reached an agreement with putin to divide syria into 2 operational zones. he no longer demanded assets to parcher. the u. s. was
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much more concerned with defeating iso ah. at the end of 2016 after weeks of bombing, syrian government forces retook a laptop. the country 2nd largest city, had been an opposition stronghold and a symbol. oh, you didn't want to look at something other than a whole lot less of the saudi. what is the theme of belief that is on the dodi of that of the, of about the 5th of one of the whole of them ended up while us had
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remained in power, obama's term ended in 2017. and donald trump became us president. trump's relative inexperience and his perceived closeness to vladimir putin, may have encouraged asset to authorize further chemical attacks in april 2018. and we begin to die with a horrific attack overseas, and the forceful threat here at home. the pictures coming in a warning, they are difficult to look at. children being hosed off, treated after an alleged chemical attack. and duma president trump responding on twitter, vowing a big price will be paid, slamming syrian president bashar al assad, calling him quote, an animal. i believe that the aside regime thought they could get away with it. i think i had seen a year more of donald trump, a disorganized erotic guy, inattentive a president the
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1st 5 days i was at the white house, the us had to decide what the response would big. this telling us was home and bombed several military targets. they were backed by france under president emmanuel michael presidio, committee president, ma'am to the for this may be gone. was of fishy sydney huck. remiss sash josh or sue sad c. it's similar foss magnifying apple tomorrow. dr. newman quite year, rushing to muscle. the trough to read it of soon coming demos has shown the fitness . ah, everybody's, you know, then these political promises and we're going to end, we're going to get out of war and, and these wars, you know, these are no good. it was a huge mistake. you know, if a sod fell,
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who was going to take over was going to be a very radicalized component. ah, the west did not make any further military interventions, opting instead to impose sanctions on syria. but sanctions had little impact on the government's military capability. as i saw, it gradually took back control of more and more of the country. his critics claimed that he saw himself as his country's muggy or savior. he thinks a, his, the maddie, that's the, one of the problems. and sometimes he act like al maddie, when he speaks with his surroundings and friends, this is what we heard from our friends in damascus, the quinn, nathan nevada, cliche for we're, we're thug before the trailer. hm. we're all to thought earlier than
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what a 3rd of the country still remained beyond docile control. the curts, alongside european and american special forces, controlled the northeast. turkey controlled the north west to contain the carts and back the opposition and it label. in the south, a large zone was controlled by us forces and israel carried out regular airstrikes against iranian positions in syria. to completely reclaim the rest of his country. aside would ultimately after confront all of these conflicting forces. ah, i was to live with
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you again and had up within, within a few minutes, local vladimir putin came to visit the russian base in syria. but the war was becoming expensive for him on the outcome was still uncertain. starting a war was one thing. ending it was quite another he had a number that of follow up discussions with pohden. i believe that the russians were very much interested in reducing the russian true presence in syria. but to do that, to avoid losing their entire investment in the country. they had to have a more stable assad regime. in 5 years, the russians had not only kept the syrian government in power,
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but it also largely eliminated and marginalized. the moderate opposition articles criticising aside appeared in the russian media suggesting they might have preferred some one with a less checkup history in power. but when i saw last support from one i, he always seemed to identify another to turn to for health. michelle said the fellow, what a, lucille ely, nathan, daniel hunt, you know, the other bobby like, look, anita will be only a to always the fullest will be caught. they will be what to lee put in an unsatisfactory look. what's what followed on, michelle said zed, what did he at any auto, albany, iran, and norton. we should act out a, b, b soria hub. yet if you houses, ireland, have no doubt that they will put out feelers. they already have,
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we've even had some americans go over our side himself for very good at understanding how to try to gain leverage against opposition or other countries that are pressing them. and absolutely, i expect him to reach out. in fact, there were a couple of occasions when we tried to reach out to them and ordered a free american prisoners hostages, that the assad or his surrogates still hadn't in prison. and we had no success. with that, we believe that assad at that point was simply carrying out iranian orders, and that there is really no chance we could reach an accommodation with him. i had no desire to see a side remain in power, but i didn't see a sod as the real cause of the problems in syria. the central threat was iran, and it was the iranian presence and syria that made the u. s. under trump,
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keep large numbers of troops in ne, syria, but us on has been left walking a tightrope. he has had to tread carefully to avoid provoking major powers like the us or exhausting the patients of his backers, russia and iran. he also faces serious domestic challenges. his country is in ruins. half of the previous population of syria have been forced from their homes. most of those remaining are destitute with 80 percent of people living on less than 2 u. s. dollars per day. ah, the coven pandemic has made the situation even worse. even our sides own ela, white community has shown signs of discontent. fresh protests are broken out in some cities reclaimed by the government. there is pressure on the syrian government
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to make peace with its remaining opponents. and concentrate on reconstruction in the territory under its control. but it lacks the funds to rebuild the country and its backups. russia and to run a rather unable or unwilling to come to the rescue. assad has also approached the e. u. uncertain gulf states to help fund the reconstruction a well instead of the gulf that, that give me the money in order those to put it myself from iran and he would go to iran. he said that that is your help. because otherwise i would be fallen anther on the russia. it will go thought ayesha
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until it done it. you need to help me more because i'm am falling into under a lawn. and he would go into your old telling them it's the unit to help me for that construction. i need your money. i will otherwise, there wouldn't be a new wave if refugees and you would go to u. s. you need to cooperate with me in the security matters because we have a lot of fights for or the status. and i says, this is how we play this game from my, from a lot of the, of a ah
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. 2 what keeps you awake at night? what keyson awake at night? many a reason that could effect any human life could because another could be a work. your job could be shows you could be personal. like any, i'm a human ah
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how i am pleased to say we have got signs of quiet weather now making its way into the pacific northwest of the us and that western side of canada, just around british columbia. we have got an area of low pressure. yes. i still some bits and pieces of sharon but not as wet as it has been with a high pressure just starting to nudge its way through that will tend to push at wet and windy weather a little further east was. but do notice still some snow coming in over the high ground as we make a white into sunday. but that northwestern corner of the u. s. does look lossy settled and sunny not dry by the pushes across into central parts. we got some snow just around the lakes, ontario could see some rather when she weather as we go on through sunday. nothing unusual for central and the some parts of canada. having said that, with some very heavy right, just sliding down across the great plains, pushing towards appalachians,
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as we go on through the next day or so. joining up with that wet to weather that we also have across the far south of florida, pushing across india competence. la some heavy down pools that into central america . still a few showers coming into cuba. maybe the shower too, into hispaniola, but the jamaica and the east and not as it does that, lassie. fine. and why? lots of pleasant sunshine temperatures, weather ship being kingston at around $28.00 degrees celsius. ah 8 said to as he jo, this whole real way with somebody's got to do it. where do you go to that by let's go. there boys here 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 math? sunny culture to pop culture is the fastest way those soft sanitation problem. mister toilets, a witness documentary on al jazeera,
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ah asylum, and limbo, the dangerous and desperate journey to the poland beller was buddha comes to an end . that's more refugees and migraines are sent back home. ah, hello, i'm darn jordan. this is al jazeera die from doha. also coming up we the jury find the defendant kyle, a written kyle h rate health not guilty. i devices verdict in the u. s. where teenager, coll rittenhouse has been acquitted of murdering to men, a black lives matter protest. i returned to lockdown restrictions.

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