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and freedom go sleet, a witness documentary on al jazeera. ah for she signed to see a newly identified cove in 19 variance in southern africa is the most concerning that they've seen. ah, 11 malcolm on pete adobe. you're watching all to see or alive from doha. also coming up in an exclusive interview, the deputy head of sedans, ruling council says last month's military takeover was the best available option. a vigil is held to those who di trying to cross the english channel
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a day after almost 30 refugees and migrants dropped. and a russian rights group that spent decades exposing soviet era crimes fights against efforts to be shut down. ah, let's get going. our top story you case i insists, are describing a new cobit 19 variant identified in southern africa as the most concerning. they have seen that 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 variance spike protein, is dramatically different to the original corona virus. the cobit 19 vaccines are based on the south african sciences, say they've detected the buried in small numbers of people. so far, cases have also been seen in botswana and hong kong. will that be early indications
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we have office fairy is that it may be more transmissible than the delta variant and it, the vaccines that we currently have may be less effective against it. our scientists are deeply concerned about this varied i'm concerned, of course, and that's one of the reasons we've taken this action today. i will say we don't know enough about this very and no one does. i think probably the u. k knows more the most because the excellent work we do on surveillance, but i think it is right that we take this approach and we remain cautious. ok, let's bring in the doctor, eric, phi golding. he's an epidemiologist and a senior fellow at the federation of american scientists. he joins us from washington. d. c. dr. eric vital, doing good to have you back here on al jazeera. this comes down to this thing called a spike protein. what is that? and what's different about this variant? things that happen despite protein is the main protein,
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the week designer vaccines around and directly attaches to human ace to cells and therefore interest or cells. so this variance has over 30 mutations and not just any 3030 of from the worst mutations that we know from past variants that make them more transmissible, more bases and not just the beta because both of beta began to faction as well. this is a very worried sun, and this pirates, you know, it's also the, if you look at the happening object signals, it's spiking across south africa, not just in wonder where to region 6 or 7 region. so south africa. and it's in transmitting very quickly worldwide. it's also arrived in hong kong and had immediately to break through cases and which luckily were caught in hotel warranty. but it is very worried phone,
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and the fact that evaded the vaccines of the 2 people. these 2 people in hong kong were both double for pfizer. by onset backs and it also lends credibility that this virus is very, very you basis and could both really bad properties and could become worse than delta. what is it about a corona virus or this corona virus, that when it's going through the process of mutating, it mutates in the direction of travel. that means it's stronger than what's gone before. well, what happens is that if it's not stronger than with before, see right. now the king so far in the past 6 months is that delta variance, if it's not as successful at the delta variance, it's not going to succeed. because delta very has, has become the global dominance strain. but if something is faster, bitter, stronger, in many ways, and more basic, more importantly,
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then that is what the variance could succeed among those parts of the world where we have a lots of axes and lots of people who been previous infected adults varying and have developed natural immunity to the delta variant, but that to the delta, not to this be 115 to 9 new. that's why the, with the big worry is that this could be worse than delta. and that's what a lot of scientists are saying. they haven't been this worried since they saw the delta. ok if it's worse than the delta of air. and if it's stronger than the delta variance could a push back be as simple as have a 4th or 5th, or even a fixed vaccine because there are areas, there are regions in the world where i'm sitting in the middle east is one of them . there are regions in the world where people have already had the 2 main vaccines, but it's called a booster vaccine. number 3, it's not actually a booster. it's another fool vaccine. that's right, and i think 1st of all,
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i think the booster shot is more important than ever because, you know, after the 2 doses of the pfizer, people have average 700 level antibodies. after the 3rd shot, you have over 200222500. 2 booster is i would say the most critical shot of the theory. and that's why many people all need it. and israel has been able to hold back in the way recently because of the national rollout. the boosters and the u. k. success is also partly because of the booster, but the booster can only go star flo far but we but having the booster definitely will protect you to some degree. the issue is will it be enough? and i would warn those who previously think, oh, i previously impacted, i was natural immunity infection, munity, that is not enough to we know that, that to wayne's as well over 6 months. and that, that protection is only as good as your protection against the previous barriers,
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not the more you basic with 32 different mutations that could make it more basic. and that is what we have right now. and that's why scientists around the world are concerned. and that's what you gave them posing the child restrictions to southern africa. ok, we've got to leave it there. dr. eric bible, then good to talk. start to thank you very much for the deputy head of sedans, governing council has told al jazeera last month's military takeover was the quote, best option to stop what was a spiraling crisis. general mohammed hamden dead glo, also known as him. ed d says they discussed it with all parties including the then detained, prime minister, who he says was on board abdullah hum dock has since been reinstated by the generals and a new power sharing deal comes in hitting a dover here. what's happened on october 25th was the ultimate of a long process. since that change started in sudan during that process. many
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discussions were made. and many initiatives were proposed by various parties, the prime minister himself proposed to initiate. and during our meetings in the transitional partners council or the sovereignty council, with that cabinet of ministers, we made maximum effort. but we couldn't reach a breakthrough. at that point, we were left with 3 options, the best of which was the move we had taken. who was it was completely agreeable to the prime minister of the work. we did not make such a move on our own with another it was 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 and change coalitions. as they said, we were left with 3 scenario. freedom and chase coalition, endorsing the dissolution of the government, which was next to impossible. the 2nd was the move we had taken,
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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. david chin is a former us ambassador to ethiopia and keno fast. so he says people in sit on a still facing uncertainty and they're struggling to trust their leaders poorly. it was the best option for the military. and for the general's impact, it may have been the only realistic option. well, since 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 the straight for the civilian elements. i'm sure the society could be a useful 1st step, but it is nothing more than that. it's only a 1st step. and it's a question of where does this go from here?
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are there generals really serious about you have enough power or at least some power over time? and if so, one cannot rule out the possibility of my worth. but if they're not willing to give us any power, this is not going to work. in effect, the queue all ready took place. so what we have now is sort of picking up the pieces after the 2. and clearly the journals 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 in sudan for example, that goes right to the military. and at some point that has to become part of the civilian government. and you can watch the full interview with general dec low on talk to al jazeera at $730.00 g m t on friday. thousands of sydney's have been back
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out on the streets, renewing their demand for a full civilian government. the security forces cleared some of them with tear gas. the crowds also chanted messages to all of the at least 41 people killed in the military crackdown that followed the takeover officers deny firing live ammunition directly. i protested as the prime minister mister ham dock has ordered an investigation and we still conducting peaceful protests. but it's known that the security apparatus is turned into an oppressive apparatus at the hands of army generals who do what they want with it. they order heavy firing with bullets as well as tear gas and arrests. peace has been our weapon and will hopefully bring us to our goals. and the oppression that the security uses against people is plenty and intend to let making sure the street always is not heard. now i can hear the sound of bombs behind me,
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but is also the sound of protest as remain peaceful. i say no to deals with the cool instigating. well and 50 people have died after fire and smoke filled a russian mind in siberia. some rescuers were among the dead. 285 people were in the mine when the emergency started early on thursday. most of them managing to get out. senior managers had been detained for suspected safety violations. while pictures emerging on thursday from the spanish island of la palmer in the canaries were, a volcano continues to spew out lava. the cambrai viet, her volcano rode back into life more than 2 months ago. it's destroyed thousands of buildings. more than 7000 people were forced to leave their homes. it is the longest volcanic eruption on the island since $1712.00. the weather is next and then they went to see from a beach like this. i been through seven's reporting from calais, of the biggest ever tragedy for migrants and refugees crossing the english channel
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. and egypt avenue of the sphinxes, the world's largest open air museum reopens ah, ah, look forward to brighter skies the winter sponsored my cattle airways. hello there. let's have a look at the weather across south asia and remains very wet in the south of india, an sri lanka. but the further north we go, the dryer it gets that's not necessarily a good thing for new delhi. however, this was a situation where the smoke creating lots of hazy sunshine, the air quality slipping to very unhealthy towards hazardous is going to say like this for the next few days. not just for northern areas of india, but for pakistan. and their poll is expected to change, hopefully from saturday, with a change in the wind, but further south,
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we are seeing that rain in hans the northeastern one soon bringing heavy rain to tom will not do and put a cherry once again. we've got amber alerts out here, not just for that heavy rain, but for thunderstorms and lightning up in the northeast corner though it does remain rather fine and dry and settled as does the east asia, as we hope across the mainland china, we got high pressure in charge here, keeping fine and dry for the korean peninsula as well. lots of sunshine coming through. it's sunny as well for southern areas of japan wet, windier and more wintery up in the north. we've got significant snow. we could see more, it's going to get wet across those coastal areas, cooler for tokyo as we go into saturday, the temperature sitting at 15 degrees celsius. lou worker sponsored by katara always. there was, since i was a little boy in india, my dream was to make body would fence. so finally i was going to do it one man's quest to realize
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a lifelong ambition. the story i chose was of my own village and its dance permission going behind the lens as got him saying, brings his personal story to life. al jazeera correspondent, my own private bollywood. oh, a. we'll come back here watching l 0 live from to how your top store is this half hour you k scientists swabbing you. cobit 19 varian identified in southern africa as the most concerning they have seen. yet the u. k. health security agency says it has potations that could make a spread, and in fact, people more easily. the deputy head of sedans governing council is still down to
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a cedar. that last month's been that we take over was the quotes, best option to stop. what was a spiraling crisis? general mohammed hummed on deck globes as they discussed it with all parties, including the prime minister, who was agreeable to it. thousands of sa denise, have been back out on the streets honoring those killed in recent demonstrations. they're also renewing their demand for full civilian government. security forces cleared some of them with tear gas. now to zeros, wrestle said are met one sidney's family, grieving the loss of their daughter. the fight for democracy has come with the high course for once with on his family. then up because a mother lost her youngest daughter sit on the food on november 17 in protest against a minute to take over a month before becker says her 24 year old daughter was a nurse who dreamed of saving lives. but her life was suddenly taken away from them
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last week. a little while long. oh, i love. when i land she died, i couldn't see or feel anything. i started screaming and my heart was about to stop . i couldn't handle that. she was like a mother to me, even though i and her mother. what else can i say? this video taken by fellow protest as on the day documents to find them almost off sit and afford life. her friends who were protesting with her, carried her by the back home. her father was at work when he got the call about his daughter mooney, the little red battery. i'm trying to deal with the loss of my beloved one. i got back home, the door was locked and i saw her dead body being carried by her friends. i cried. her friends cried. she was taken from little, oh, hundreds of thousands in sudan had been protesting against a military which is to power on october 25th. dissolving the companies 2 years
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transitional government and arresting senior political figures. more than 40 people have been killed and some 200 others injured. so don's police have denied using live emission on protesters despite several videos, children, man in uniform fighting on civilians. the military takeover has thraso down into a political crisis. prime minister up to law humble, who was under house arrest, has been reinstated, as part of an agreement with the military to try and bring the company back to it's part of transition of the decades of military rule. but many protesters have opposed the deal saying they want the military out of power and held accountable for the lives lost, or the 1st serve and other protest her who was injured in one of the demonstrations . despite those injuries, he told us that security forces detain him for 2 days, which he described as the toughest of his life. the millionaire, the security forces attacked us. i fell down, i was shot and then arrested back. i've been beaten and hurt. they took me in the
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truck, so then every single soldier there hit me, eddie. my hands and legs were handcuffed. prime minister, hum duke has polish to set up a committee to looking to the deaths of protesters for xena because family, an investigation will not bring her daughter back. but see then the full sister says that she find some comfort. in the reason her sister participated in the protest as it then went to my mother. now when she was about to die, she told her friend, i'm dying for my country. i caused that many others how paid and more could pay as a transition to democracy in student remains fragile families, green loved one se on the complete democratic rule can deliver them to justice. they demand rest. who said that algebra cartoon, burton and france are calling for a coordinated response to stop people smuggling across the english channel. european ministers have been advised to paris for an emergency meeting, thus after at least 27 refugees and migrants drowned off the northern french coast
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. while trying to reach the u. k, they had set off from the port city of cali from there is under simmons. rescue boats are on petrol, 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 france had is many police officers and it timed soldiers involved in a fight against illegal immigration. this is about addressing long time her factors smashing the criminal dance at sheet 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,
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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 these seized across the english channel. but they're doing so in there. thousands of numbers are growing this year alone. 25000 have made the crossing that triple the number of 2020. for many of the people arriving in cali, 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 tang to change the politics here. it's really,
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it's really tend to change the situation and to i mean to open safe and the guy routes to let people and in to cover basic needs when people are ear and to lead them settle in friends 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, instead of politically motivated actions on both sides of the english channel. andrew simmons al jazeera kelly french fishermen are planning to block access to the euro tunnel and channel ports in northern france to protest against post bricks and fishing arrangements. the head of the french national fisheries committee is putting pressure on the u. k. to start issuing licenses to its fishermen,
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both countries have been involved in a long running dispute over the rights of vessels to fish in their territorial waters. since the you case withdraw from the you the report into allegations of abuse committed under the former gambia and president. ja jimmy has recommended criminal charges, the truth reconciliation and reparations commission handed the report to jimmy successor. nicholas hark reports now from deka in neighboring santa go to the mohammed sending it says he wants justice for his father. this is the gamblers opposition liter solar standing here in the white church being arrested in april 2016 for challenging ya job is 22 year long. this was the last time he was seen alive shortly after the country's intelligence forces are alleged to have tortured him to death before dumping his body in an unmarked grave. standings relatives were among the 400 galleons who testified that the true to reconciliation and reparation
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commission, also known as the t r r. c setup in 2018 by president adam a barrel. ringback victim's face defendants charged with carrying out abuses against them. describing in gruesome detail acts of rape, torture, and sexual abuse, they say were carried out by jimmy and his security forces. germany fed opponents, there's pet crocodiles in claim to cure each be an aides and experimented has claimed cures on sick and dying. people were not really as hopeful as we would. we were in 2016 when the whole transfer justice thing was set up. the reason for that is basically the lack of political will very fear most report is finally out. for the t. r. c has recommended present barrow, prosecute. all those don't have committed crimes. the number of them are in his government and hold senior positions and the security forces. let us what reform for you wanted democracy. democracy is not easy is not easy to monitor democrats.
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that's why there's a lot of noise in it a well democratic, i think. easy, ridiculous if you sit instead of house, you control everything. you really, everybody, you, derek, everybody. first it help barrow is running for reelection in her thought alliances with jeremy's political party. human rights lawyers fear this will delay a process to get jeremy on trial for his crimes gun. been sad for far too long. he suffered under a repressive regime regime that failed. it's them a social contract with the citizens. and in doing so oppressed the very people it's war to serve and protect on december, 4th, guardians, will go to the polls to choose their next president. whoever wins it will have the difficult task to implement the truth. reconciliation and reparation commissions
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recommendations so that gabby ins can move forward and have a sense of justice. nicholas hawk al jazeera de car, one of russia's oldest and most respected human rights groups could be shut down. prosecutors are trying to persuade the supreme court that memorial is violating russia's foreign ancient law, but at smith now from moscow the millions of russians murdered or imprisoned under joseph stalin, remembered here in the archive of the human rights group memorial. it spent decades exposing stollins crimes. now state you just want to close down the group. the kremlin prefers to focus on the soviet victory in world war 2 under stalin. l as in mike memorial is uncompromising. the past is tightly bound with the present and the defense of human rights to day. we think that all historical events should be visible, standing side by side,
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only when someone knows all of their country's history, can they be a real citizen without a one track mind. outside the supreme court in moscow, hundreds of people show their support for memorial. the group is being prosecuted under russia's foreign agents law. it's been used against the network of kremlin critic, alexia valley, and media and civil society groups. the authorities say the law protects russia from foreign interference. further per room visits, a total disgrace to trying to liquid us on totally absurd invented charges. this is above all a crackdown on russian civil society. prosecutor save a moral, has failed to add the label foreign agent to all its public communications. the group says it's already paid more than $80000.00 in fines. support is hope the case will be thrown out as happened in 2015 when the supreme court rejected another case against memorial brought by the justice ministry. but the political climate has changed significantly since then, with a wide spread crack down on descent. bernard smith al jazeera moscow,
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no football fans worldwide, a paying tribute to the late star diego madonna, a year after his death. thousands of people gathered outside the stadium that bears his name in the italian city of naples. madonna is revered by his supporters there after leading napoli to the only 2 league titles in his native argentina. players from his former team, booker juniors, and their opponents form. merit honest number, 10 during a minute long applause. daniel schwein la has more now from the diego merit on the stadium in gwyn osiris. many fans here still still see him as a hero. the man who bought the world's cow to argentina in 1986, they revere him as well as that one of the great or they seem as the greatest player the world has ever seen. but at the same time, people still see the dom side of the man who lived off the football page on the pitch. there's no doubt in their minds. he was the greatest of the page. people are still talking about some of his behavior,
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especially towards women and some of the children that he said to a father. but in general here, they're trying to marry those 2 sides of the man. and together, there were people here who weren't even born when diego madonna hung up his football boots and they're wearing the dagger marrow mud on his shots and they still revere him. they see him as a symbol of somebody. he grew from the slums of one osiris and went to lift the world cup for argentina to in him. he signifies what is possible if, even if you're born into poverty, is a symbol of what can, what can be achieved in argentina in their eyes. so they still revere him, people of all ages. so to remember seeing him play and those of only heard their graph they, those have only heard and their grandparents speak aloud to them. egypt is reopened an ancient walkway that dates back 3000 years. the avenue of the spring seas was on bill during a glamorous ceremony in the city block saw it was buried on discerned for centuries until being unearthed by an archaeological team. in 1949,
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the path is about 3 kilometers long and collects the famous temples of carmack and locks all the government hopes, the ease and similar projects will draw more tourists back to egypt lot. so he to say, luckily, get it luck. thought deserves this. and more the city has the most important antiquities in the world. ah, updating your top stories here on al jazeera, british sciences, the describing in new cobit 19 very identified in southern africa is 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. the deputy head of sedans governing council has told al jazeera that last month's military takeover was the quote, best option to stop what was a spiraling crisis. general mohammed hummed and des glow.


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