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ah, that does look like fun, doesn't it? well you find out more about that on our website at al serra dot com with a full update of all of our top news stories. ah, you are watching out there with me. so robin in doha, reminder of our top news stories. poland says that hundreds of refugees and migrant serv again trying to illegally cross into e territory. encouraged by neighboring bella roost, some people found in poland forest. so receiving medical treatment and hospital nato secretary general says they stand ready to help all eyes caught up in the crisis. the situation at the border o belarus with poland, but also the trainer and the latter is deeply concerning. the lucretia uncle, sir,
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she m u. so vulnerable people as means to put pressure on other countries or is cynical and inhumane made. those stands in full so that it there with all affected allies, we remain vigilant and stand ready to further help our allies. the jury, as our newest teenager coll written, has not guilty of murdering 2 men and wounding another. he opened fire with a semi automatic rifle during racial justice, protesting kaneesha in wisconsin, austria rittenhouse did admit, killing the 2 men, but said it was in self defense. the jury deliberated for 4 days. at least 7 be blow been injured, and dozens arrested during protests in rotterdam there objecting to crime virus restrictions. police say they set fires and threw rocks at officers, prompting them to declare an emergency and shut down public transport. australia is the 1st western european country to impose another covert 19 locked down and make
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the vaccination compulsory next year. restrictions will start on monday and continue for 3 weeks. emergency queues are trying to reach thousands of people still stranded in the canadian province of british columbia. days after floods and mud slides destroyed roads, houses, and bridges. the military is helping with recovery efforts. george's former president, me haul truck has really has ended his hunger strike off the 50 days. his doctor says he's been moved to a military hospital. he was arrested upon his return to georgia after being convicted in absentia for abuse of office charges, that he rejects earlier thousands of protests as mars to demand the t to be taken to intensive care. those are the headlines. i'll be back with more news in half now here on out there. next, it's talked lounges. they're both pop in, in less than a year, half the middle east,
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1st world in preparation. the country is a major problem of the 16 nations going head to head in 6 pop built stadiums for 2020. okay, we'll keep you across the action as capital prepared for the regions. the biggest event the fee for our cup on i was just there. wow. he threw luanda for 21 years. paul kegan me took office to 6 years after the 1994 genocide where some 800000 people were slaughtered in an ethnic conflict. although wanda has transformed into what many consider apricots tech hub and achieved rapid economic growth, it struggle to leave its dark path behind. and while many seeker me as a visionary leader, others crane he is a threat to democracy. oh,
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after winning his 3rd term in 2017, with nearly 99 percent of the boat, how much longer is he planning to hold on to power? and is there any guarantee ethnic conflict will not arise again? the president of rwanda, pog army, talks to al jazeera they the latest worker emulate. mister president polka garbage. thank you very much for accepting. go invitation and hosting ours. he at the presidential palace. thank you so much. sure. i'll marcell most welcome and de marquinta and de makin to another, does it when i was 19 years old, mister president, we only knew rwanda through the massacres that it took place in this country through the news or the other one bulletin in obama in the year 1994 to the reward, the house was formed and changed. mother was
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a very big renaissance. what have you done? so what is the password that you use to achieve this grip? those formation as success in your country? why trio, how come from far? oh, or a more stick to non existence to now where we leave the country, this table is his full making progress. his growth is never of land people coming back together, the contrast saw divided in the past and now there is unity in the country. so i think progress loan that is still a lot of work to do. we have a long journey to travel to be one to be. and so there is notice separate. i think it's just
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people understanding the need to address the challenges with this and we try to do that the best way we can and involve everybody. yes. read. does people own or deny citizens who have to be involved and to benefit from the different policies the social economy can policies that lead to the transformation? thus, what we, as that he does have hard to do is make sure that we put in place these social economy policies walking together with the citizens and also making sure that everyone moves the direction. right. and there were 800000 deaths from april to july 1994. it's not
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easy at all to turn this page. what were the initiatives that you have adopted over the past 27 years to overcome this issue amongst through one days when i talk about policies, i talked about citizen is being involved, a stroke about read does get to being focused on also doing things in a way that the under the trust of the people of this country, i think that's well put a lot of energy and we have not been mistaken. the results in speaking for themselves. what are the guarantees, the one that will not return to these very difficult days? why? because we are not walking toward that. we are working towards something. yes. we do it in a sustainable moment. we're under to sustainable because of one, the people themselves that get world and understanding the need for being what they
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are doing. pool it to bring this to be written and continued to build a large room. so we concentrated on building a foundation in distributions. we've also tried to and create a mind fits change in dinner for our people. in the past we had london is all, all the seats to bark and almost sometimes do nothing in the cause of rich people who had put a pool and we come to help. and so now we are saying ok, no to age for people who want to do where do good and bring out you know, what they can give us to,
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to leave this. do that tell us services to be able to of course, when you're working with others of those who want to do good and bring whatever they want to bring, then they should find us already making progress. say the place i may have had the, i was the president one, the person talks about the future project. this is important and logical and it is logical that change needs many used to be achieved. but when a president talks about the future and has been out since the 2000, i think this isn't the case that you intend to stay for longer as president of wonder. what i don't have to be in the power to see the benefits of what i'm talking about. some of the will, the things have already happened in new and am seeing them. there are many other things we expect to happen that will before us, that the country may be some of those will come when i'm not that much such
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a minute or one and wait in c, largo to be contributing to that happening and so forth. so that's why it takes me about to say for, for, for me that's not the data issue where the time being and now i tell you to do a lot day to see tomorrow is just part of a bigger thing than me. and also it's part of a process, but as a mission area, it also depends on what the people in this country, what is the political peaceful opposition allowed to work here in wonder at to face the president to disagree with the president to see her competed with him through the ballot boxes know position exists, the opposition men is people having different views
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about governance, about to whatever is happening in the country even if they were 10 and pursuing different kinds of thinking. but it was thinking they convergeone one thing or of them. that's my expectation. if converge on the world being of the people. and also, just as it over the country they did, i think on that to i'm, they don't do this. i don't think there would be any one cordial position and that is understood as being opposed to the established arrangement that is, that, that time thinking of that, no, i want to remove these ones and the bring is the ability to the account. so in other words, those are things the me come via. so in our case, we have also had that anyway, no history had the stability. and we had instability at the time. in
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fact, to these different parties, the code to position parties had to match. and her all of them participated in that is the ability all of their parties. this is jenna. say, do you hear about that up in the front of the vineyards or? well it doesn't matter which side you are coming from. so there was a, not a position so called when she mentioned that stood up and said, no, we can't go down this route. they actually beach participated in that. why would be you think that happen? so i'm trying to bring it to your attention defunct, for that each country has its own context,
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and circumstance is in this call press. therefore, you don't want to establish just a template and every country must follow this way of being things. i don't think even these champions over democracy. i try to do that. can you kind of both serve gung some people said that president bull who jeremy has a tendency towards the african continent as an african flare that rejects the western standards in matters like democracy and human rights. good government orders says that we have african values and we have culture. we are the ones who decide how and in what way we mostly above the western modern, mr. president, bowman, it's the world. so how do you face this more than and what was the model, and what are the african values that you want them to dominate the african reality? when you're talking about africa and in you're talking about the history of africa and the present time governance and he does,
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why should we forget the histories where people come forth and they want to pretend delay their problems. i just say starting to, they're all that to they don't actually involve these same people who we are being authority to emulate, to admire to no, they are part of my program. we have to take the blame for our own wrongly africa. isn't a question about it. that we can't escape, it shouldn't escape but should we are so keep work about the wrongs done by others to africa in the past may they were even in the prison. so how do they pound then, do i and then it has that person accept that those dictates prevail,
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that they should keep quiet about certain wrongs that tell been down to me against me and just follow the dictates of others to me even when they made similar or western mistakes in their own situation. there were some problems that happened with uganda in march 2019 in the great lakes region. how do you overcome all these matters? specialist as most severely is on the law of brezza polk a go me as you have worked together for long periods of time, have you overcome this matter and now has this desperate effect of the region here in east africa. not yet. then there are still a number of issues that we have to be zeroed out to takes 2 to tango. i guess both countries are we to continue
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searching for, for a solution to the problems that exist. we understand the root cause. therefore, we should be able to find a and their way of fog and better understanding have logged into the sent us, mr. president. what is the nature of the dispute between you and you got into? in particular, the problem is between you will have law jail, petune. it is to discuss some of the problems up in the day. for example, i did just the state to, to keep fucks in big part over the border is closed and some people is just open the board on to do trade and we have it on a once in the whole region. now for us,
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the problem is what attracted to the court held the board that you needed to be answered before the board, the such is open. we have distribution where london suffer are not allowed to work. you gander to do the business is no money. and the establish mencia in uganda in hands down london to wherever they find them. they have little kinds of critics they put for and talking about to insecurity to the, to the is caused by london. and who have raised the issues around that, which really amount to persecution rather than in a single unit in london. is that to go to van?
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but where new garden is the come wonder? they have noted expedius this them to ships wandering is a do when they were you gonna? and the question here is, if you are talking about your border lawyer, a border is full. people, the people who brought us back and forth, why is, must have been a former ally of doing this. people say that there is a fee of poll guy, ms. leadership. and he government in the region, is this more competition than this gets over borders? and i don't know, i don't want to argue for someone this if you need what concerns me. i tell you that if you are resident, do you call prism or 70 or do you communicate with each other? we'll talk to one another,
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but of lead to more or less stop is a long time ago is for some time and then to these issues are resolved and then talking isn't just talking for the circle the to the talk because we did it and have 2 things together, but if not, then know what is talking about mister president, what is the one me do me again was a big in central africa. how long will it honestly, outside the country? what then was the kind of problem we will foster we're as african and as even a friend of amazon big when was the problem and wanted us to work with them to our grief program. there was they went to other
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countries. it's not just under for us would responded to their way with who and do we have worked with amazon beacons to address the problems that they're on their way we have to i think my success has been achieved again between us and mozambique guns and whatever else they asked to, to help to decide they were fought and they were far due to be dictated by their condition is under ground under their work that has to be done in view of that. so i did go on to see that as a proceed with the one the army will stay in was a big and the children this mission be left to them was a big or as a tablets of africa, of in years. so is army going to stay longer? it was a big just what i'm saying would be a sort of a between one and amazon
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b capable of discussing and seeing what issues on the ground to address and how and what time does it get. but some of the things you, you don't just give a date and say no way, even when you are way. we're going not saying we're coming to reserve this problem, you know, one week in one month and we are good, it doesn't happen that way. so what can we do about that? and a lot has to depend on the circumstances as where henderson watches on their ground area and also the the feeding rules of their mozambique and who asked for her in the region, the south african region who asked us and that is there a lot of discussion that goes on in the knowing what to do next. so that's an are to be program that assume you to the african union during their before last session
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or thought you offered several african them in to gratian rodriguez, such as the free trade, the single african address with markets of the african fleet. trade, in your opinion, what are the volume of problems facing the issue of african corporation and building a strong economic block that the bends and benefits from the wealth of the continent it achieved in progress among the countries on africa has to come together. and that's why you have an african union, it was to try, try and bring africa to get out, work to get out of corporation. or, you know, to be able to address the many challenges in a test africa. so when i became the chair of the african union in 2018, but even before and after that we always emphasize
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africa working together when it is for security, for tread and invest demand. so after the 1st thing together, these injustices that we talked about here, what is the obstacle, some people say the large part of this is an africa coming from outside africa. well, that's led to have to agree, 1st of all, does it come from outside in the, to something we can and therefore, whatever it is or wherever it comes from, even if to comes from within, by the way it can still work together to address it. it's not that we should become together to address what comes from our state. no, it's coming together to address what affects us common. even if to a storage unit from another country with enough rica, you know, affects us on a fixed number of us. it needs to be address. president tagami has been
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a victim of ethnic conflict himself. in the late 19 fifties, many wanted including co gamete family and other 2 teeth flipped persecution to neighboring uganda. there than 3 year old hawk army grew up as a refugee. we will explore more of his personal journey from a child refugee to one of africa's most respected leaders, as he walks with us around the garden of his official residence. maria, order, what is the worst picture it blizzard, poker damage, memory and the use of asylum that still stuck in your mind that are or is this an image of, on poverty. so this a new image of the profession, it is an image of or instability because even when i was a kid to 4 years old when we my family was freeing in the country and going into the neighboring country,
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uganda bell. i steer even as the young kid, they remember the curse that i could see. they were being rushed to here and there. so as i kept growing, these memories also kept to, in my mind, up to now the model. good, lonely eliza for the games and centuries have not created and they get the image to your tie phone, the africans again to day the variables and that's led by the africa is going to the image of the africans today. the concern you the time where the africans are presenting successful, what we and unique model evolve. so for me, i see my sort of for the past one as the human being as one is an african
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and therefore these are struggles things you have to confront. and the data with the data, without any apologies, without fear, without even a sense of feeling, we are doing it for 21 year, rather tall. a service to humanity, to many others who have a lot to be unable to may be have a chance. so has a thought about doing what to we have done. so it's quite a broad c i. c. indeed, my way of revolving into this as part of the history of men, africa, of men, is given to history, where it is corona times or by the governance over today or
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injustice is double standards and that exist in the world. does that affect us to the africa? well, you will find we are a country laundry and the citizens want to do their best for themselves. do you happen to be lead though? is people. but you'll find there are these injustices and all kinds of problems that affect, you know, to the own making that come from somewhere else that are linked to with the history of how people view you, how they want to see you. and so you cut out for a day and a mirror and you have to do something about it. there is not much you can do just
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as an individual. you have to do much with other people. and the total comes on the beards and they put it was thinking, if you mr. pleasant me up or want to thank you very much. i question the narrative. you don't have ways to shake weight or decent formation squeal or not. you don't have any way to verify, identify who is telling the story that those debates and these are multi national corporations that are interested in profit, anticipate the consequences the media was complicit in perpetuating this myth. i'm here to tell you that i think that many people died because of the lifting pace, deconstruct the media. on out to sarah, i'm counting the cost as big pharma refuses to save it back soon. secret wells
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health organization has a south african lab crack on a coach that said by the pandemic, the airline industry. so root canals counting the costs on out there. this is al jazeera, it's november the 15th day, one of a new era and television news. if you have known that, that was the scale of bloodshed would you have still gone through moments ago to miss all landed about a 100 meters away from us. we're on the front line, but it's on we're being told that is going on is very real and is coming our way. i was just over here god, by the police on purpose. a ward. i was 0 is offices in garza, our house in that building and the cover has come down. little before in human
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history has a month for steam environment to get in touch with poland says de larosa, still encouraging refugees and migrants to try to cross into the european union as the border crisis continues. ah, hello. hello robin, you are watching al jazeera life. my headquarters here in doha also coming up with a jury find the defendant.


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