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best of it, they're trying to frighten the people to be there to go somewhere else. but the truth is that it got nowhere else to go. the way you miss it online. cat at here with me, sandra, goblin, on al jazeera. aah! in an exclusive interview, the deputy head of sedans, routing council, says last month's military takeover was the best available option ah, the thousands return to sudan streets denouncing protest her deaths and the new power sharing deal. ah, hello welcome, i'm pete. adobe. you're watching al jazeera alive from our headquarters here in doha, also coming up. pretty sciences say
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a newly identified cubic 19 variant in southern africa is the most concerning. they've seen satellite pictures obtained by alger 0 show how the u. e is providing military support to the ethiopian army. and a vigil is held for those who die trying to cross the english channel a day after almost 30 refugees and migrant struct. ah ah, top story, the deputy head of sedans governing council has told al jazeera but last month's military takeover was the quotes. best option to stop what was a spiraling crisis. general mohammed hummed on des. globe says they discussed it with all parties including be detained. prime minister, who he says was on board abdullah ham dog has since been reinstated by the generals and a new power sharing deal comes in hitting it over here or what happened on october
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25th was the ultimate of a long process. since that changes started and so dan, during that process, many discussions were made. and many initiatives were proposed by the various parties, the prime minister himself proposed to initiate. and during our meetings in the transition and part of the council or the sovereignty council, with the cabinet of ministers, we made maximum effort. but we couldn't reach a breakthrough. at that point, we were left with 3 option is the best of which was the move we had taken. who was it was completely agreeable to the prime minister himself of the work. we did not make such a move on our own. they said with another he said with who will come and be the prime minister was in agreement with us as to the decision we had adopted. however, for him with the move should be endorsed by the freedom unchanged coalitions. as they said, we were left with 3 scenario freedom and chase coalition,
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endorsing the dissolution of the government, which was next to impossible. the 2nd was the move we had taken, and the 3rd was the collapse of our country. we adopted the best option available, as we made the right decision from our perspective, and at the same time prevented the collab. johnny's life from washington is david shin, formerly the us ambassador to ethiopia and kina fossil. he's now a professor of international affairs, george washington davis. you welcome to al jazeera, mister ambassador, was what we've seen unfolding in this country. the best option. well, clearly it was the best option for the military. and for the generals, in fact, it may have been the only real estate option. well, the protests were going very much against them, remains to be seen. whether this is going to be the best option for the people in
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the straight for the civilian elements. i'm sure the society could be a useful 1st step, but there's nothing more than that. it's only a 1st out a sign as mr. ham dock is concerned. he was detained, he is now apparently working with the military. is he still proactively a prime minister, or is he a puppet? well, that's of course a big question. and i think there are issues news from the street who would argue. ready there are some who wouldn't say this was the only option he had. his argument was that he wanted to stop the killing. you know, this was one way to do it and i think that is accurate. again, it's a question of where does this go from here? are there generals really serious about you have enough power or at least some power over time? and if so,
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one cannot rule out the possibility of my work. but if they're not willing to give up any power, then this is not going to work, is this is essentially a soft qu well, in fact, the qu already took place. so what we have now is sort of picking up the pieces after the crew. and clearly the generals are trying to make the best of a difficult situation for themselves. the real issue is, are, are they willing to give up? not only political power, but a certain amount of economic power. they have significant interest in the mining sector into them, for example, that goes right to the military. and at some point that has to become part of the civilian government. how do they do that? how do they take that next step and what kind of pressure will come to bear on them to make sure that they at least appear as if they are taking that next step?
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while the pressure will continue to come from 2 places, the same places that has been coming from in recent months, the most important one is the st. alternately, the broadcasters on the street i think, are going to determine the outcome of the situation in sudan. the other pressure is from the international community, collective life. well, not just united states, but the entire international community. and this also means the role of egypt, saudi arabia, and the united arab emirates. what are, what are they going to do? they have a, a history for being partial. so the generals are, they're going to continue that or they're going to take a position that is perhaps more aligned with civilian government at some point in the future. is it your sense, david chin that these comments from mr. deck low, make the situation on the ground,
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less combustible. i mean, he clearly wants it to be less combustible, but from what you're saying, that doesn't necessarily follow. now, it doesn't necessarily follow, it could follow. but it all depends upon the sincerity of the generals and their willingness truly, to eventually turn power over $2000000.00 government. and if they're willing to do that guy, there could be a good outcome to all of this. but if this is nothing more than a ruse, in order to keep particularly the international community quiet or sort of out of their hair for the time being, and then it's not going to solve anything. david should good to talk to you. thank you very much and you can watch the full interview with general dec low on our program. talked to 0 that since 730 gmc friday morning. and then after that 1st transmission via the website al jazeera dot com, thousands. the sudanese have been back out on the streets,
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renewing their demand for a full civilian government. the security forces create some of them with 2 gas crowds also charged messages to on the at least $41.00 people killed in the military crack down the follow, the takeover offices deny firing. live ammunition directly at the protest is the prime minister. abdullah hum dog has now ordered an investigation. british sciences thought describing a new cobit 19 very and identified in southern africa as the most concerning they have seen. yet the u. k. health security agency says it has mutations that could make it spread and infect people more easily. it adds that the varian spike protein is dramatically different to the original corona virus. a cubic 19 vaccines are based on southern african sciences, say they have detected the barrier in small numbers of people. so far. cases have also been seen in botswana and in hong kong, helen reese as
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a senior advisor at the will health organization. she says, while it's right to be consent as much, we still have to learn about the new variant. i think when we see something like this and we don't yet understand it, we must all be very concerned. and scientists have to turn their full attention to trying to understand it, but i don't think people should jump to panic. or we've seen with the delta strain, for example, that it was more transmissible. and it was more resistant to the action of vaccines . the antibodies induced by vaccines, but none the less, the vaccine still prevented severe disease and hospitalization. but that this is why we're now trying to identify how widely spread this is. but we also, there will be a lot of work looking at, is it more transmissible? is it associated with any more severity of disease? and is, is, it does, does it render the vaccines less effective, those at the heresy? questions that we'll be looking at. but in the mean time, a big, big
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a request in south africa, but to, to the world really in terms of vaccinating the african region is what we've been saying all along. please get the vaccines out into the region because as we know, variance don't stay in one country. and as we saw with the delta variants, became the dominant very of world wide. so we really need to push vaccination as we continue to understand what this variant means. well and 50 people have died after fire and smoke filled a russian mine in siberia. some rescuers were among the dead. 285 people were in the mine. when the emergency started early on thursday, most of them did manage to get out. senior managers have been detained, or suspected safety violations. al jazeera has obtained satellite images that show the united arab emirates is providing military support. the ethiopian army, which is currently fighting the to gray people's liberation front. there had been 90 flights between the u. e and ethiopia, in the past 2 months,
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the u. e has high to companies from europe to run military support flights into ethiopia. one of them they knew crane was used by the u. e to supply arms to the libyan warlord holly for hafta is priyanka gupta. this is the largest air base in a feel pier. the her army base is just south of the capital, addis ababa. it plays a major role in the country's military offensives, des, satellite images reveal and extensive operation involving warplanes and military cargo aircraft. this is a chinese made wing loom drone, the 1st ever documented in an if your p in military base. and this is illusion. here the plains are seen, offloading the military cargo fly charts and satellite image show that these planes have recently arrived from swan bees in abu dhabi in the united arab emirates.
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between september and november, there were 90 flights between the u. e. and if you appear many intentionally concealing from where they took off and where they landed, the military cargo planes were operated by spanish and ukrainian private airline companies. the spanish europe air organized 50 full flights between the u. e. and if you appear between 6 october and 4th, november this year, the ukrainian fly sky lines me 39 trips between september 6th and november 8th. the u. e had used the same ukrainian company to supply arms to libby us. war lot, cliff or haft are in the past. the cargo allots are still ongoing. still to come on this program, humanitarian and political crisis de twins in indian administered kashmir. we'll hear from families of some of the victors also hit why big u. s. retailers have decided to stay closed on thanksgiving day.
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ah. hello, there, let sat in north america and were watching waves of wintery weather sweep from west to east across the us and canada, bringing significant snowfall to areas and knocking temperatures down. for example, in toronto as that cold front sweep through, we've seen the temperature come right down to minus 5 degrees well below the average. by the time we get to sunday, it will recover slightly, but we will see snow come into play now for much of an east coast. it remains rather cloudy. it is going to feel cooler in new york city and washington dc over the weekend. but it will start to warm up across those central areas, kansas city sitting at 16 degrees on saturday, but it is gonna turn wet and windier and more wintery for the west of canada. you
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can see that system pulling into british columbia. we could see up to 3 meters of snow, 250 millimeters of rain in areas, and that's not going to help those already flooded areas. but for the south of this, it is looking finer and dryer. we have got a red flag warning for wildfire in southern california, that's due to low humidity and stronger winds. but for the west or whether we have to head to the deep south, we could see some flooding in places like texas where the rain falls heaviest. but remains, while the fine and dry for much of the caribbean. ah, the graves of the unmade evidence that schools designed to strip indigenous people in the u. s. of their culture, also claimed the lives of their children, abuse. corporal punishment forced to child labor loss of identity, loss of language, seen loneliness. the discipline was horrific. kids were killed. there isn't any
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native person am i have to do that hasn't had someone that went to boarding school in their family. very truth on a jesse euro. ah ah, welcome. if you're just joining us, you're watching al jazeera life from durham. my name's peter darby. let's update your headlines for your quarter past the hour. the deputy head of sedans governing council has told this channel that last month's military takeover was the best option to stop what was a spiraling crisis. general mohammed ham dan douglas says they discussed it with all parties, including the prime minister who was agreeable to it. more than 50 people who died after fire and smoke filled a russian mind in siberia,
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some rescuers among the dead. 285 people were in the mine when the emergency started early on thursday. most of them did manage to get out. and al jazeera has obtained satellite images that show the united arab emirates as providing military support to the ethiopian army. the investigation revealed the u. e. hide to private companies from europe to run military flights into these u, p. o. well the t p l f rebels began their advance from to cry late last year. they 1st took control of am hara and are far regions and then a major road running south to the capitol, addis ababa. these strategically important turns of dessie and con, bolger fell earlier this month. and just last week they seized shower rabbit. the theologian, prime minister abbey med is said to be near the front lines a day after saying he would lead his troops into battle. independent journalists, samuel get a choke, is in addis ababa. according to the job and spokesperson at the prime minister,
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still in the battle ground, he is giving a leadership. he has said, there are many people that are joining him and his footsteps and signing up and the 100 they have said in the thousands. perhaps there are also famous ethiopians doctors and supports some are olympian lake, kyle higgerson lassie, saying he's willing to supply support, financial sub worth. and if need be skewed, even be going to the battle. going to join the prime minister. he has said, this is not a call of the prime minister in his interview. she has said, this is a call that's coming from ethiopia. so the prime minister has been saying, this is a fight for the foundation of the country. and that's why he's heading. but again, in town that's about 126 meters away from the suburbs. debra bron citizens have been told to produce ideas, have ideas, and they've told id peace to stay in their own neighborhoods and no go anywhere and
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also movement. so people have been restricted, showing you that this conflict is really going to the home search. turning our attention to europe, britain and france are calling for a coordinated response to stop people smuggling in the english channel. you ministers have been invited to paris for an emergency meeting after at least 27 refugees and migrant drowned off the northern french coast while trying to reach the u. k. they set off from near the port city of kelly, from their andrew simmons, reports rescue boats are on patrol less than 24 hours after the tragedy there. surveillance from above please. so using beach buggies and what passes for normality and cali migrants and refugees being escorted to buses, bound for some sort of shelter. no, for our police. and mobilized day and night. not only yesterday or the day before, but they have been from the very start. they are on our external borders. never his
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france had is many police officers and it timed soldiers involved in a fight against illegal immigration. this is about addressing long tamper factors smashing a criminal dance at chief human beings as cargo and tap in supply chains. all along this part of the french coastline, more than 50 kilometers of it. there are spots where in secrecy, people smugglers arrange the sudden, boating of small inflatable boats. it's happened before, and it's still happening. these images were filmed on the same days. the migrants died. people intent on getting to the u. k. no matter what the risk. it's hard to imagine the level of desperation for these people in braving the seas to cross the english channel. but that doing so in there, thousands of numbers are growing this year alone. 25000 have made the crossing that triple the number of 2021. for many of the people arriving in cali,
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this is where they are given help. carrots as a charity tries. it's best to persuade people not to make channel crossings warning of the hazards. most of the time they fail. they don't just blame the people smugglers, they blame governments on both sides of the channel. even though, after what happened yesterday, people will try again. so it's really time to change the politics here. it's really, it's really tend to change the situation and to i mean to open safe and the guy routes to let people and to cover basic needs. when people are ear, lead them settling, fence as well. the british and french governments often blame each other for the problem, getting worse. what's the rhetoric dies down though? there is some hope that wednesday's death could bring a new level of cooperation. what was intended to be a new beginning? was a tragic end for the men, women and children who died in the english channel. how many more may have to die before there's an increase of humanitarian moves to help these people,
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instead of politically motivated actions on both sides of the english channel. andrew simmons al jazeera kelly. well, the drownings have not to turn migrants from attempting. the perilous crossing was dozens more arriving in the coastal english city of dover. al jazeera paul brennan is there. it's already bitterly cold here on the south coast of england, but the window of opportunity for migrants who are thinking about making the dash across the stretch of 30 miles from water between france and england. the window is closing because the weekend gale force winds forecast, and it will be like that for several days afterwards. so it's entirely possible that yet more migrants, despite the tragedy on wednesday, we'll make that attempt. the debate over how to deal with this has intensified here in the u. k. on 1st day with the intervention of. busy busy church leaders, the chief rabbi,
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both the church leaders of the roman catholic church of england saying the frankly something has to change. the system itself needs to change on that sentiment was taken into the parliamentary debates as well with the home secretary, pretty patel saying that the crossings were illegal, unnecessary, and desperately unsafe and pledging to get even tougher with the criminal gangs that are organizing them. chris donna, the leader of the opposition labor party, said frankly, he was sick of the home secretary playing through the headlines. and there is pressure upon the government of forest johnson to try a new way to open up legal ways for refugees to claim asylum without having to arrive here on british shores before having to do so. as the current system dictates, the refugee council said that frankly, it should be a wake up call for the government to rethink its approach to the channel migrants. but it is important to have the context that this government has
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a populist government and immigration was an absolute keystone issue. both in the most recent general election and in the breakfast vote that preceded it. the idea of taking back control of the board is a central issue. in the vote that so far is johnson when his majority and parliament and so britain leave the european union. so it's one thing to have humanity and compassion, but for the politicians in charge of this country, votes appeared to me at the more and about $300.00 people had been rescued at sea by the italian coast guard. cruz say the boats was in distress because of the large number of refugees and migrants on board in rough conditions. they were 20 kilometers from the italian island of lem producer. the police and turkey f. i t aghast to disperse hundreds of people who were rallying for women's rights in istanbul, demonstrators use international day for the elimination of violence against women to demand that circuit return to
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a landmark treaty. now the packed was designed to better protect women and girls, but some in the governing a capehart, who said it's inconsistent with turkey's balms. the chant government has declared a state of emergency in response to surging cobit 19 infections. there the new measures include forcing restaurants, bars and clubs to close by 10 pm. hospitals are putting shuttled surgeries and procedures on hold. a corona virus infection has put the check president back in hospital just hours after his release from a 6 week long stay. 77 year old me large salmon had to cancel a meeting, which was to officially appoint the new prime minister efforts to finalize a new government line up after recent elections has been delayed by his treatment for a chronic illness, which hasn't been publicly named activists. the warning, the humanitarian and political crisis in indian administered kashmir is getting worse. indian security forces have been accused of
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a crackdown on opposition. figures in this disputed territory. elizabeth per annum now from new delhi. the mardrey family, a mourning the loss of their son and brother, 22 year old army, was one of 4 people killed in a security operation, and indeed administered kashmir. on november 15th, it will all be done because all power has to fight the poor thing was innocent, working as a cleaner making t and you label him a militant. i have 2 more brothers and they to have to go out for work. this has terrified us. we live in fear of leaving our house. if this is what they do, they've done a great injustice to us. army was working as an office attendant and the regions capital city srinagar. his family deny police accusations that he worked for a pakistani militant who was also killed in the operation along with 2 civilians. armies. father mohammed shows al jazeera his award for bravery and fighting rebels
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in 2005. what year? dokey barta. it's very sad that one man has been fighting for india and his own son is killed and called militant, what kind of justice is this? and on top of that, his body isn't even returned to us. ah, the killings of the 2 civilians in the same incident led to protests and in a rare move security forces returning the bodies to their families. the government has ordered an investigation into the operation, but civil society group say it won't be independent. i don't think my, the civil inquiry would lead to anything. a judicial inquiry would be more independent. but rather that will also satisfy the local population is very difficult to see. such as the level of distrust between the central government and the local people. with hardly him when he gets punished, they are in some all and he will not punish in the past. but otherwise nothing much happens. international organizations joined in the criticism of the indian
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government this week. that's after the national investigation agency, or an i a rated the home and office of prominent human rights activists. could emp adverts? they arrested him under anti terror legislation. raves for a year or just now because the ongoing raids are on those who have been suspected or receiving foreign funds. he and i a is investigating agency and nothing to be scared up. there's no injustice done to anyone who comes out clean from the investigation in but the un special rapid tour on human rights defenders called part of that is arrest disturbing saying he's not a terrorist. he's a human rights defender. part of it is ran the genuine cush meet coalition of civil society that's been documenting human rights abuses for more than 20 years. as a margaret family hope and wait for our needs body to be returned. supporters of part of their se, his work is now more important than ever. elizabeth parent, m al jazeera, new delhi. australian peacekeepers have arrived in the solomon islands to help its
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government respond to protests and riots. the pacific nation of fuel than 700000 people has been beset by ethnic and political tensions for decades. now, the latest unrest response by pandemic, fueled economic problems and an unpopular decision by the prime minister to break diplomatic relations with taiwan and moved closer to china. merits thanksgiving in the united states a holiday that generally starts that he'd up to christmas. the festive season covered 19 vaccines. mean more people can travel this year to be with their family and friends, but if they're hoping for a thanksgiving day shopping spree, well, they will be disappointed. mike. hannah explains why now from washington. in past years, the target store would have been bustling on thanksgiving day. the day that formerly marks the beginning of the holiday retail season. but last year, during the pandemic target decided to close all at school. it's on thanksgiving day,
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along with a number of other retailers, this in part to avoid the crowds gathering during a pandemic. but also a response to unions who had long off that staff be given the day off to spend time with their friends and family. now tal good to another, major retailers have confirmed that the closure will be permanent, acknowledging an extension, not the holiday retail period. and also marking a movement towards online rather than install retail black friday and monday are all about 3 big names. walmart, amazon at target, and then the port would be macy's. all of those sell online cyber monday happens online. black friday also happens online. amazon is doing black friday week all of this week. so put that all together. it's more about the retailers and less about the specific day as with all mentors retail, there's also
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a profit motor be involved here when target looked at its books that realized that with the closure of doors on thanksgiving last year, it sales had increased by some 8 percent this because of the extended holiday shopping window and now targets and other retailers predict that their sales could increased by a, another 10 percent making the closure on thanksgiving day. a profit driven strategy as well as one acknowledging the needs of stock. ah. $2330.00 g m t. you're watching al jazeera. these are your headlining stories. the deputy head of sedans governing council has told this channel that last month's military takeover was the quote's best option to stop. what was he said, a spiraling crises. general mohammed hamden.


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