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and you do on land, on the ground, does it make sense to do that a pile in a building? now can, we might have not just decorative, but can we make it biologically productive. earth rise? describe as cutting edge solution for sustainable cities on al jazeera. ah, israel wants to bomb the entry of all foreigners, it's the 1st country to do so. after the emergence of a new cobit 19 very ah, hello, i'm down, jordan, this is al jazeera la you from dough are also coming up as more countries in post travel bombs, obamacare from south africa, says it's being punished for identifying the very it also ahead fury in between a fossil protested call for the president to go off to attacks. they say he failed to stop and we speak to kirk is tom's president,
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as he prepares to take his country to elections, he says, will finally be free and fed. ah. is there any government says it wants to bound the entry of all foreigners for 2 weeks once approved, it will be the toughest travel ban amounts to anywhere in the world. since a new highly mutated kobe 19 variant was identified in south africa earlier this week. israel have so far, confirmed only one case of the army kron variant harry force. it has more now from west. russo will. it's the result of a late night emergency meeting of the corona virus cabinet, which took place late on saturday evening after a brief announcement from the prime minister, natalie bennet, that israel needed to act very quickly in the midst of all this uncertainty and not risk the progress already gained against the current of iris pandemic. and so the
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measures now extremely stringent, all foreign travelers into israel will no longer be allowed in that is quite soon after our tourism was allowed to get into towards the beginning of november. so this is a major reversal of that policy is rainy's coming back into the country. if vaccinated will have to currency for a minimum of 3 days unvaccinated 7 days. and it's coming back from one of the newly red listed african countries. they will have to go into a government quarantine hotel until a test negative. on top of that, they will also be a return, at least partially to the use of the internal security agency. the sion bet monitoring phones. that was something that was pretty controversial when used in the early stages of the pandemic to say the least. this time around. they're saying that they are the reports, that they will just be monitoring those with confirmed cases of the new ami kron variant. all of this is pending full cabinet approval during the course of sunday
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that's expected to go through. and if it does, then these new rules will come into force from midnight local time, sunday and monday. and the amazon variant has been detected in more parts of europe . the dutch government believes several cases are among travellers who've been isolated. after arriving from south africa. po brennan reports it's fast becoming the nightmare before christmas. with much of the planet still battling a resurgence is the delta variance of cov 19. the new omicron variant is spreading countries a scrambling to close their borders to travelers from the south of africa, where on the chrome was 1st identified family gatherings and winter holidays are in jeopardy. not to mention the potential global economic impact. my main concern. i'm not going to get back to england for full full am tomorrow morning, which is a few more and more likely. and i feel very sad for the people here as well. going back on the wait list again, and who knows for how long not being able to see family in europe after one
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confirmed case in belgium, cases have been found in germany and the czech republic. the netherlands is still conducting tests for alma cron. among the 61 covey positive passengers who arrived at amsterdam ship all airport on friday. and they're now confirmed cases in the u. k. all of them connected to recent travel in southern africa. previously accused of acting to slowly uncovered this time the u. k. government is moving fast. we're not going to stop people traveling. i would stress that we're not going to stop people traveling. but we will require anyone who enters the u. k. to take a p c r test. by the end of the 2nd day after their arrival, and to self isolate until they have a negative result. closing borders won't keep out the variant, but scientists hope it will by time. when you have a virus like this, it almost invariably is ultimately going to go essentially all over the issue,
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a blocking tray of a travel from a given country is to just give us time to assess it better. and despite the honor con variant, having significantly more mutations than previous variance, there is cautious optimism that existing vaccines can be adapted to tackle it. you're not going to see a new vaccine in the next few weeks, or even, you know, the next month or so. but he's going to take longer than that, but it will not take the amount of time that it would normally take to manufacture and deliver that seeing it can be done as speed. now because of the understanding and knowledge that we have. oh, for the biggest i, lemme for politicians and scientists is the question of public compliance were violent anti locked down protests in the netherlands and belgium last weekend and switzerland votes this weekend. and whether to scrap the countries vaccine certificate scheme, despite rising infections, that with uncertainties around the on the con, variant
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b precautionary restrictions will likely meet pushback whole brennan al jazeera. well, south africa government is complaining about the way it's been treated since identifying on the chrome. part of a foreign ministry statement says this latest round of travel bands is akin to punishing south africa for its advance. gina mc sequencing, and the ability to detect new variants quicker. excellent science should be applauded, not punished for me. the miller reports now from johannesburg. while the south african governments urged people not to panic, many or worried, especially as some continue to rush to leave south africa. my family generally as a whole, is just ready to ha deflated by the entire. it's racing, disappointed not feeling as though wishing catch a great. we haven't seen each other. the 3 is many have struggled through a slump in the economy because of previous travel bands and lock downs. and the now
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uncertain about how the new army cron variant will affect them. some been civil leveling and then let's go and get vaccinated, especially people my age, so we can protect ourselves. that's all i can say. i know we all have our opinions about the vaccines, but on my side i want to get vaccinated. but there's been a slower than expected vaccination rate in south africa. slightly more than 40 percent of adults have had at least one job. in terms of um, vaccinations. oh to, oh it's, it's some of choice with it's a big snable not with lead to too much or 2 people to get him did. he did makes it easy if his point cuz the living in leg avila excuse, do full drug look right now. his administrative snares and as soon as possible as the holiday season approaches, the tourism industry had expected an increase in visitors,
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many of them from the u. k and europe to bring in millions of dollars worth of revenue, the sub african currency, the ryans already lost its value. after the announcement of the new variant, the government says south africa has been at the forefront of testing and tracking changes in coven. 19 and sciences have stressed. it's important to see what the data on the new variant will show before making any decisions. and that sentiment tickle down to the general public way. many believe self africa's been treated unfairly. the government is worried. the global reaction has caused unnecessary panic. it says it's begun talks with the european union and the united kingdom on the latest round of travel bands saying other countries didn't receive the same treatment when you variance were detected elsewhere for me to molar al jazeera johannesburg. so let's begin, dr. marty slash wire davis, she's the director of health for the city of st. louis in the us stated, missouri and joined us via skype. but dr. might be good to have you back with us.
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so we've seen a number of countries like israel rock swiftly to close their borders to try and stop the spread of on the crumb. do these travel bands actually work, especially when the veterans has already been found in those countries. we've been doing this for close to 2 years now. and one thing we know for certain travel bands, especially when they are performative in this way target a few countries and not others where we already know the variant has already been isolated, like in the u. k. are ineffective, but not only that, when done in this way, all they do is perpetuate stigma and xena phobia against the country in south africa. they did the right thing that after this this, this variance was isolated by dr. sequel, lily, a moya, as in bob, when scientist, based in botswana on that says nothing about wind is originated, it just means that's where this superior science was given the ability to use
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genomic sequencing was done. yeah. and that's an interesting point. you may go back to the south africa says as being punished for announcing this variance. i mean, that's a fair point. as you say, amounts of africa has been quite open and quite good about the genome sequencing. this rushed to isolate the country. right. i mean, this is as a country that has done exactly what they're supposed to do, be transparent, use the superior science to be able to let the world know what's going on. i'm and then for south africa and 7 other african countries to be targeted to travel bands with other countries that we know of right now. have the same variant is completely unacceptable to me, right? when we talk about global of vaccine in equity, we always think about this as a supply issue. but mistrust and access are equal co park and this and do we not understand why mistrust is not perpetuate? when we continue to do things like this is absolutely unacceptable,
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but in terms of the science. so how long would it take them for us to find out if on the chron is more infectious, more harmful than say, the delta variant? that takes time, i mean the thing that the great thing about this is we now have a lot of experience, but we don't know about transmit ability. what we do know right now is given the same period of time that we looked at don't in the 1st week to 2 weeks. the rate at which we are seeing this i'm in, in, in communities is, is much higher than we would expect for variance that are not a concern. so that within itself is troubling. but it takes time to do this. matter . scientists are obviously working over time, right? now, just, just to find a quick point to, i mean, vaccine makers, we know already scrambling now to understand a micron, do they not need to modify their vaccines? and what could this mean? you touched on an earlier global vaccine equity. so we know that the mutations that we're seeing does are troublesome in that we believe that they may evade some of
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the vaccines out there, but it's highly unlikely that vaccines will be rendered completely useless. what needs to happen now is that the lead needs to stop being travel bands that is a scapegoat. the lead needs to be what we're doing to ramp up efforts to increase global vaccine equity, which includes supply, which includes manufacturing, which includes releasing patterns, but also includes helping with funding so that governments can deal with valid mistrust in these communities. mistrust by the way, that's only made worse by decisions such as the ones that have been made this week dr. marty slash while deb, it's always good to get your thoughts out there. thank you very much indeed. thank you for having me. all right. lot more. so to come here now to 0, we speak to villagers coming under fire as fighting and shelling intensifies in easton ukraine, and as on durance are set to choose. a new president will look at the legacy of a leader accuse of turning his nation into one of the most corrupt in the world.
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more nastiness, ah, hello, there. the weather's looking very mobile across north america at the moment. banks of cloud, over towards the eastern seaboard, a scenario of canada, pushing across the plains all way down towards south and up towards the north west . i'm afraid we got more wet weather coming in here just around to washington state, british columbia. we got red warning enforced there for b. c. at present. that was gonna be as bad as it was in the past couple of weeks. but looking at more rank coming in on that saturated ground. so that's going to cause further problems. quite a winfrey mix to over the higher ground as we go on in see where monday thinks quite and down slightly make away for the next system which will push in mid weeks of as something to watch out for still a when she makes over towards the lakes eastern parts of canada,
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which was the far east of the canadian maritime, seeing some of that wintry weather. but further south, it is generally fine and try with some pleasant sunshine coming through, which extends its way down intricate parts of the caribbean. we got a few showers into central america. i think the wet weather is likely to be just around the costa rica into panama, that western side of the caribbean. how much of the caribbean is lottie sent their petty of sunshine around lo be a few showers just making the way through the eastern islands. but middle part of the week. ah, on counting the coals to count japan's new prime minister, tackle income inequality plus will the world trade organization health countries to secure corporate 19 vaccines will be speaking to the w t. o. s. new director general. counting the cost on al jazeera blue,
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unprompted, and uninterrupted discussions from a london broadcast center on g 0. ah ah, ah, welcome banker mind about top stories here. this, our israel says it will bound the entry of all foreigners for 2 weeks. so after the emergence of a new cobit 19 variant, once approved, it will be the toughest travel bought announced anywhere in the world since armstrong was identified. meanwhile, microns been found in more parts of europe. the dutch government believes several cases are among travellers who have been isolated after arriving from south africa . and south africa's government is complaining about the way it's been treated
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since alerting the world about their rent. it says countries should be congratulating it's not punishing. not policing. bettina fossil capital of 5 to gas during a demonstration against the president protest to say, raska bori has failed to stop violence by om groups. nicholas hawk has more there is anger in bertina foster. this was supposed to be a peaceful protest in support of security forces and against a president who's been unable to stop a wave of attacks by arm hoops affiliated with iso and arcadia. they shout, we want president cavalry to resign. the government has lost control of border areas, the north and east, forcing millions of people, mostly children and teenagers. to flee a violent, free burkina faso the chat police fire tear gas in response to he needs to step down. this is the end of the resume of rock border. you have lost our truck and attacked by arm groups on
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a police outpost and in attack. earlier this month killed dozens of people sparking nationwide outrage after it was revealed. the officers had gone 2 weeks on the front line without food rations, forcing them to hunt to survived. not a single government official was present at their funeral. after being largely silent for weeks, the president finally made a statement on thursday. feast with sony defeats on the battlefield. the president is calling for reforms in the military. as much as we must stand shoulder to shoulder with our defense and security forces to support and encourage them in their heroic struggle. we must be uncompromising with all those whose behavior is not acceptable. i think our soldiers must not be left to fend for themselves because of bureaucracy or gross negligence. there's growing resentment in the ranks of the army. mobile internet has been shut down for nearly a week after a french military convoy crossing through burkina faso on its way to molly was
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stopped by protesters chanting anti french slogans. the convoy now in the air is facing protest there to the president of virginia for a new share. have praised the presence of french forces in the region, but the security situation has deteriorated and there's growing resentment that governments in the region are using security forces to clamp down on protests. instead of protecting their countries against armed attacks. the demonstrators are ignoring their governance call for calm and dialogue for them. this is not the end, but just the beginning. nicholas hawk al jazeera, the reuters news agency reporting that 6 sudanese soldiers have been killed during attack by ethiopian forces. it says it happened that a certain these army post near the border in a statement, sedans, military said groups of b, ethiopian army and militias attacked our forces and alpha shonda algebra, which resulted in the deaths more than $400.00 refugees,
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migrants awaited for days to be allowed into a port have disembarked in the italian town of augusta. they were rescued by the german humanitarian group. see, watch, nearly half of those picked up a children the most across the mediterranean without parents. their arrival on shore was delayed. as cobit 19 and other tests were undertaken, russia says its recent build up of troops never ukrainian border poses no threat, but fighting between ukraine's military and russian. batt separatist has been getting worse. chance dropped reports now from the village of neville skit near don . yes. this is what heavy weapons do to people's lives in eastern ukraine. it was one a. m. when the shilling started nearly and her husband were fast asleep. they woke buried under the rubble of their home and they were rescued by the neighbors that thought of a hard to be woke and our home had been completely destroyed around. i prayed that
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if we were to die, then please god, make it quick that a couple i hear you can hear her. do the roll. this is all right. i have so much emotional pain. i wanted to die. we have ever seen. we need it in life. now it's gone. people try to comfort us, but it's so very hard to cope. around 400 people used to live in this village before the conflict between ukraine and russian back separatists started more than 7 and a half years ago. now, fewer than 40 remain, and most a leaving because they're afraid of more shelling. tice's home was also hit. she's lived here for nearly 50 years. she's diabetic and spends most of her $100.00 a month pension on food and medicine. she can't afford to rent another home. so she's moving to her daughter's a few kilometers away. the cranial soldiers constantly here. they seemed to do
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rotations every 6 months or so. they were living in different houses in the village when the recent shelling started. friends, helper, collect would from the destroyed shed to use his fuel at her daughter's house. yesterday i was frightened in 2014 when the house was shelled, but i was with my sick husband about this time i was alone and overwhelmed via this village hadn't suffered any shilling for the last couple of years. but that all changed. on november, the 14th residents tell us that they don't know which side opened fire 1st, but they're all exchanges of fire across the more than 400 kilometers front line almost every day. and it's important to recognize that there are terrified civilians living in the villages like this one that have been destroyed by ukrainian army shells. just a few kilometers from here. there are what seemed to be disused ukrainian military
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posts in the village. the military says its base is away from where the few remaining civilians live occasionally ukrainian soldier repairs. every one seems to be leaving. this man asks us if we want to buy his horse. i can leave her here because i don't know when the shelling will start again . he says, russia says it's recent troop build up on the border poses no threat to ukraine. the fighting has got worse, and with no sign of any lasting agreement between ukraine, the separatists and their back as in moscow, nearly and her fellow villages joining them more than a 1000000 people who have already been forced to flee their homes. charles stratford al jazeera neville ski eastern ukraine snap poles of open for cargo stands, parliamentary election, 14 months after
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a tainted vote calls riots. the brought down the previous government. speaking to al jazeera president, sadie or jabar of has said he's unsure this election will be free, fair and free of violence. he sat down with our correspondent zane buzz robbie in congress downs capital biscuit on the eve of parliamentary elections. curtis dance president souther japira said his government has done everything possible to crack down on the long standing problem of vote. rigging on his watch, he says results will be legitimate and post election streets bar will remain protest free. i'll m cush them, renewable or that dark winful. if every citizen wants to ensure his future to ensure a good future for their children, regardless of the cold, regardless of rain, regardless of snow, regardless of rocks falling from the sky for touch, they should come vote. i did finish getting the week leading up to election day, saw police raids on alleged qu plotters, homes and the rest of a parliamentary candidates supporter accused of trying to buy votes,
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small and in the president's words stupid actions that his people will no longer abide, tourist about him run beretta johnson. even if you dig for information about them, there is no one significant. we know who they are, drug take his convicts and what people with links to organized crimes. and we will take very strict action against them within the boundaries of the law. i mean, i'll dot mitchell little in january, japan was elected president with 80 percent of the vote. recent poll numbers suggest he is still the most trusted political figure in the country. but in care gost on political popularity is easily lost and on the streets, people are critical of him for not delivering on his promises. asked if he sees a problem with cracking down on the sort of activism that brought him to power. he said, circumstances were different, did m, as in control or milan. i have been jailed twice and both times i was jailed unjustly. off to my 2nd imprisonment, yet people freed me during last october's events. and there is a huge difference between me and the coupon of
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a difference as wide as the space between the ground and the sky. had no intention to carry out and on revolt. i don't called people to protest to people freed me and they placed me in this position, get throttled. he has no party affiliations and says he is not backing any candidates. but experts say parties that support president power of government are the ones that are expected to take the majority of seats and parliament. a self proclaimed champion of democracy is about to consolidate even more power. the president's message to his people is that he is putting his best foot forward and his faith in god, and they should be confident putting their faith in him. then bas robbie al jazeera at the presidential residence in biscuit. opponents of peruse, president federal castillo have been back out on the streets calling for his resignation. opposition parties are trying to remove him from power. their questioning his moral ability to govern given his corruption allegations. early
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this week, osteo support has run against our impeachment. motion presented in congress and urines will vote for a new president on sunday. the currently the one, orlando amanda's isn't standing again and may face drug trafficking charges. after leaving office from san pedro sola my new rapid ripples in march of 2021. tony had amended a former hunter and congressman was sentenced to life in prison by a u. s. federal court over weapons and drug trafficking charges. so that is where the news sent shock waves across hundreds. tony hernandez, after all is the brother of hunter and president, one, orlando edmond is for many, it was evidence enough that honduras was under the control and leadership of a family who for years had been rumored to use violence and corruption to transform the country into what many now considered to be a norco state, in the case of the president, in the case of one or london lenders,
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or he has to do his s or one simple question. did you not know that your brother was trafficking arms and cocaine into united states? you are the president, you are the most and foreign person in the country. at least in theory. you didn't know when a landlord, amanda is became president of honduras in 2013 and in 2017, he would go on to win a 2nd term in office, despite a constitutional prohibition against reelection. and under what international monitoring missions characterized as questionable circumstances. in the 8 years president wander, landlord, a man, this has been in power. political observers argue his government has letty dismantling of democratic institutions. and the siphoning of public funds for the political gain of the ruling national party. one of the most recent and emblematic pieces, fraud and corruption under the watch of president and man. this is the case of the mobile cobit 19 hospitals using the pandemic as a pretext, the government made
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a purchase of 7 so called mobile koby care use at a cost of more than $60000000.00. from what metallica, dr. catalyse ammonia, president of the honduran association of medical professionals, tells al jazeera the case is one of the biggest scans ever pulled by the government and indirectly resulted in the deaths of hundreds, if not thousands of 100 citizens upon his f agreement, the less oh, manilla, one the, it's a crime against humanity when you rip off an entire population that needed health care. when you steal public funds, when you look at this and see how people died in the st. louis and in the tribe center's over a lack of oxygen, it definitely amounts to a crime against humanity. and some day those who did this will have to pay the consequences. oh, according to national human rights groups, the poverty rate in honduras is also grown significantly during the it and then this administration inch are leading to a historic exodus of migrants fleeing to the united states. and as general
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elections draw near the challenges of improving conditions in honduras are becoming ever more apparent than you go with whoever wins is gonna inherit an extremely difficult situation. economically, with the health crisis, obviously the pandemic, ah, with the economy trying to rebuild the trust of investors not only for him, but also nationals. and of course rebuilding all this legal framework which has been destroyed, has been debilitated in an extreme manner by obese. last 8 years of wonderland. berlin here handy i have had to, i thought for his port president and is, has maintained his innocence instead touting how his government has reduced the national homicide rate and mean strides in combating drug trafficking public policy . experts however, argued that turning honduras into one of the most corrupt countries in the world
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will ultimately be one orlando airline. this is true. lasting legacy menu ended up a low al jazeera, some federal sula honduras. now video shot by drones is giving a birds eye view of the devastation caused by the volcano in the canary islands. this week, another vent cracked open, sending out more ash and lava. $2700.00 buildings, including homes have been destroyed since con brava. how roared back to life in september, the airport remained shut due to the build up of ash and daybreak. ah, type of quick check on the headlines here on al jazeera, israel says it will bound the entry of all foreigners for 2 weeks after the emergence of a new coven 19 variant. once approved, it will be the toughest travel band announced anywhere in the world since amik ron was identified as the faucet has worn out from western loosely well it's the.

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