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northern parts of the philippines, some heavy down pulse still there on the northeast, the monsoon, or southern areas of vietnam and also into tide. and this system, grassy, makes his way out into the adam and see that will cause him very heavy right across the region here, over the next few days, the scattering of showers across southeast asia, some heavy rain just coming back into smarter and western parts of java sees a very heavy rain recently across southern areas of india, main area of disturbance now pushing out into the arabian sea. and that will spread our wet weather right up the western gas as we go on through the next couple of days. but look further east into the bourbon goal. here comes our system from the adam and c. and that's making his way to what additional and under pradesh, mostella had here on out there and more protests and lebanon as living conditions there deteriorates even further. that will the collapsed economy economy recover soon enough? and who's bought? find out why defending champion from tennis? have i shock of it may not play. and this years is trailyn open. that's coming up
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by no question. go, do you provide any idea but the telephone does to customers and stakeholders. exhale as house space to deliver your vision. lou ah ah. hello, they are watching out is here. i'm not to remind you about top stories here. this hour. japan is banning foreigners from entering the country after the discovery of the new amik wrong variance. prime minister from yoshida, says all the measures are also being considered. honduras is left when candidates, jamara caster has claimed victory and sundays presidential election of the governing. national party is also announced that its candidates had one and
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representatives from russia. china, germany, france. i'm the u. k. i will set to hold talks for the rainy and officials and vienna is in the hope of salvaging the 2015 nuclear deal. toronto new government, once all, sanction lifted off more on this. let's bring in others this lannie a senior research fellow at the center for middle east strategic studies, a terran based think tank. he joins us from there now via skype. i was, i know there are varying levels of optimism for these talks depending on who you talk to. where do you fall on that could be potentially you see the u. s. and iran and the same room. oh, last thing. this is the 1st round on the, the ran in the president of ryan. this primary around i think we shouldn't raise. they expect that we can not expect a final result in this trial. because we are not in the phase of judging a success or failure. now i think the preparations are made for more concrete
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negotiations than bill coming round. the pace of the progress in the course of the talks will depend on the concentration of various delegations, whether they will be more focused on those that say concrete discussions or on blame game. i think this, this can impact the course of negotiation, but i think we shouldn't be waiting for agreement or a take or something to come out of this town. this would name its 1st impression around for this round, and we have to be waiting for the next round in the weeks to come show what you alluded to south a lot obviously changed in the last 5, nearly 6 months since the last rounds of new hotline president and iran, but they've also been ramping up violations fairly min methodically. you're in town at the moment, you have a sense of the government strategy. while the new written and delegation and
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administration says that they have a new approach toward the process. and it seems that they have a relatively new agenda for the course of the negotiations. previously, the negotiations were taking place in focusing on the aspect as well as the sciences related issues and also the sequencing issue. but this time, the random delegation says that they will concentrate on the chart lifting of the sanctions, meaning they want methodology to pursue the negotiations in a line their format rather than for saying, i mean, it's in pilot, similar discussing different issues because they say that what matters for iran is the lifting of the sciences and if they make sure that the sanctions will be lifted effective them practically, then they will go to some other aspect which is the issue. and they say that
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so far the aspect is more transparent and has been discussed more in the past. what is not clear for them and what solutions they think they need most is the solutions for the science and problem. sure. well, to complicate things just in the last hour or so, i see israel released a statement warning against iranian nuclear blackmail, so to speak. i know televi has been threatening military action and there have been attacks on around the nuclear program over the last little while. how might that affect talks? well, the parties who do not live to see if they deal to be revived. they have been by the j. c. p, a meaning the deal. from the beginning they were against the course of the negotiation. even before the 2015, they were working against the process and the deal itself. so they are not happy that the processes resume now and i thing in the meantime, but more importantly,
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what matters is the parties to the next day of their life, the u. k. foreign minister who wrote a joint or pad with the israeli foreign minister. iran does not consider this as a good faith because, you know, on the one side what we are here hearing from the ran inside is the whole time. you're in the seriousness of the ran a delegate. but on the other side, what we are hearing is the threats or pressure or cautions about a failure. even before starting this round of negotiations, they are talking about a likely failure schermick rema. this might indicate that maybe the united states as a result of polarized political environment as well as trying to bring is really and other friends on board. maybe it's difficult for, by the administration to fully resent to the next bill. that's why i think they have been engaged more on blame game rather than creating a momentum and a positive atmosphere for reaching a good deal and to revive the next video,
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whole watching very clearly see what happens in the coming days. that of funny, a senior research fellow at the center of middle east strategic studies in tehran. thanks for joining us and algebra. thank you for having me on. now moving on and a judge and man law is expected to give the verdict and the trial of depose data from the future. on tuesday to t is facing several charges including electrical fraud. she's been detained since the military seized power back in february, flowing through report. man mass, former elected leader, is facing her 1st verdict in a series of trials. few believe will be fair. on santucci faces charges ranging from breaking corona virus fools to corruption. she's also been accused of committing electoral fraud. the ruling gen, tessie sushi and her co defendants are safe and being treated well. but many in
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myanmar that's also known as burma said, they're concerned the legal system environment is very corrupted. jerk. also need to be an independent, we have to read the order from the thought. b live on there for a lot of if you decide what other person has been deal. sushi and her co defendants deny the charges against them. the gender has bought the defense team from speaking to reporters about the hearings. lucere is going to put her away, or as long as you know, i think they uh finally realized her seeing her route them in the election of the 1990 in 2015. 20. that the only way that they will remain in power is that they put her back in some sort of permanent house, reggie annual b 2 cheese party. the national league for democracy had won a landslide victory in last year's elections. which international observers have
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said were largely free and fair. the jupiter alleges there was a voter fraud and used that as a justification for seizing power. a conviction for incitement carries a maximum penalty of 2 years imprisonment. but if sushi is found guilty of all the charges against her, she could be sentenced to more than a 100 years imprisoned. florence louis al jazeera, now a 2 day economic summit between china and african nations is currently underway in synagogue. china's african largest trading partner with nearly a $190.00 bill in dollars and trade, the meeting take space. so after a recent visit by the us secretary of state to boost bilateral relations. well, that's nothing to nicholas hunt. she's following the summit from d. i'm the audio and in senegal. nick, these forums have now been going since what tooth the year 2000. i see that this time around president. she attended virtually. what did we hear from him?
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well, she thing in effect. yes. attended the summit and virtually and it's something that's very important, not just for china, but for african countries. also present virtually is the president of south africa, the head of the african union, and all the see the host president lucky solve and on everybody's mind. but not mentioned by name was the new variant of the coven. 19, ami kron and shooting pain address to head on very quickly and is address that that's a 1000000000 doses would be delivered the farm vaccine to africa, and 600000000 of that will be donations. we also mentioned that there will be a creation of a chinese african research centers and manufacturing centers so that people here can have better access to, to vaccines and achieve that goal by the african union to have 60 percent of africans vaccinated against cove in 1900 like present, serial room, of course,
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explained on this meeting. it is unjustified and unfair that so many people here on the african continent do not have access to those very important vaccine. as, as you make, we also saw anthony blinking just finished his tour of africa and relations between beijing and washington. our little tents these days. we nothing fresh competition. do you think? absolutely. just, just a few weeks ago we had a u. s. secretary of state blink. in here and very much so what he said, which was the return of multilateralism is exactly what changing ping said. the importance of multilateralism. very much the same kind of tone that we're hearing both from china and the united states when it comes to african nations. this idea of mutual respect and long term friendships. but beyond that, there are real trade deals of real importance for african nations who have received
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lots of investments and loans from african banks. those come at a very high interest rates and there's an interest from african nations to see more market access to china specifically that those tax duty fries be waived, so that african african goods could be exported to, to china for china perspective. they see africa and especially western africa as the back door to europe, perhaps, to install factories, to further access the european and north american market. now, president, she's paying, has made a raft of announcement more credits to african nations. also, you know, sort of african china film festival, much in line to the theme of this conference, which is the deepening of this relationship between china and african nations. sazia. nick,
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how they're following that summit for us in senegal. thanks so much. think now for the georgia president miguel focus really has appeared and course in the capital to b. c on charges of abuse of office. he's been held in jail since returning to georgia from exxon last month. he faces potentially 6 years in prison for corruption problem, for his to walker has worn out from the georgia capital. and it's quite chaotic here at the moment. they mostly clothes, both the lane, both roads in and out of the city. you could probably see behind the some of the support is on that road bridge and, and also right now somebody being stretch it away from the scene because really emotions of running high here. people are very angry. those of course, the support, the former president that he's been on standing trial at all. and those supporters
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have come out today in a crowd of several 1000 to show that support for him outside the court where he's due to make an appearance today where he's been charged with abuses of power and full use of excessive force back in 2007, a long time ago. now, of course, that was then, this is now because that guy's really it's basically been in prison since the 1st of october. and, and we were expecting to see him make an appearance in court the last few weeks. but he, on each occasion the authorities were saying, no, it's not safe for him to come out where we're worried about his health. all we're worried about the security situation. and i have voice concerns that, that this idea allegations that he supported might try to spring him, were really hit to get him out now in lebanon, crowds of them,
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blocking roads there in protest against western living conditions. the country is facing severe economic crisis. then hot, our reports from beverage these young men say they've run out of options and that's why they've returned to the streets. lebanon's economy has all but collapsed. now, we are hungry and buying meat for our children and that is a dream. we are living a life of humiliation. i read in there is no end in sight for the financial meltdown. the country needs international financial assistance, but politicians are not reforming. a state riddled with corruption also. no, we don't, we don't, we don't fall additions are destroying us. they made the for this young man don't have the crisis is not new, but it's got worse because the government lifted its subsidies on essential goods due to a lack of foreign reserves. the fall out of the economic collapse has left the 3
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fourths of the population poor, and the united nations is warning of even worse conditions. if no solution are found. the local currency, the lira continues to lose its value against the dollar. it's affecting purchasing power, while a cash strapped state has so far failed to give the poor promised financial aid. all the while inflation is climbing. think about the value of the dollars exchange rates fluctuates every hour. that's why we don't put the prices on good side and since they are adjusted all the time, the crisis began in late. 2019 authorities use force to end a nation wide protest movement and thought about cabinet seats for more than a year. they form the government in september, but it hasn't met for 6 weeks now because of new political divisions in lebanon. we're not like any other country where people are going to the stated things would change because we're not on the confronting
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a government. we going from the government, which is backed up with a very power militia, been laying around and age in which it will last, but many worn growing poverty could change that. mom, mom, we don't have money to buy bread and medicine for our sick family members. we can't cope with the situation. many have lost faith in a political class blamed for ruining the economy after decades of corruption. but for now, there is little hope for change. the road to recovery appears blocked than a hood or elisha zita, they loot. now, the caribbean island nation of barbados is becoming a republic by cutting ties to the british monarchy. prince charles arrived for a transition ceremony, which we'll see queen elizabeth removed as the head of space. barbados gained full independence from the u. k. back in 1961 and will remain a member of the commonwealth nation. all the internationally renowned fashion
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design of agile abelare has died at the age of 41. he was a fast black, artistic director at louis ve tongue, and he recently showcased his work here and aha, and was hailed for his dance on social and environmental issues. cantilever, his hoodie, an reports ah, he was a high end designer and a visionary who rose to the top of the fashion industry. virgil ablow was often described as a renaissance man in the world of fashion. as voice taunts 1st african american artistic director, he push boundaries, redefining the designs of luxury brands. you can't talk about st. we're specifically luxury street where without mentioning the name for to atlanta, it's impossible in the more than 160 years that louis baton has existed as a fashion house. he was there arse black creed of director styles once unthinkable on the catwalk like mixing sneakers and camouflage pants with tailored suits and
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evening gowns became a blueprint for other designers, a combination of luxury and st. we're also attracted a new and younger market. ablow was born in the us state of illinois to immigrant parents from gonna his mother, a seamstress taught him to so and even though he did and how formal fashion training, he understood the industry and the role that plays in modern culture for more than 2 years. the founder of the label off white had been suffering from an aggressive form of cancer. despite his illness, he kept active. earlier this month, he traveled took a tours capital for his 1st museum exhibit in the middle east titled figures of speech. he leaves a legacy that influenced fashion and managed to inspire the world of art and culture. virgil ablow was 41. 0, still ahead here. oh, now does era american skin care the shipper that ties a 52 year old record?
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so we'll have those details for you in sports. ah. with
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a whole ah. the me welcome back. it's time to sport and joe, man, you have a new manager? absolutely. they do and sells. yeah, yeah, man, just you know, i see the name german coach, ralph rung nick as that interim manager until the end of the season run. next appointment comes 8 days after they sacked all are going to. so sca, the german has coached a number of clubs in his home country, cheating back to back promotions with health and home. eating shall go to the
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german cup and establishing all be like figures a leading bundles like a team during to spells as i coach united, need him to turn them around as they currently sit. 8 in the premier league. well, much see, and i just, christiana rinaldo is one of those on the short list too. when the prestigious men's bathroom door award in paris later, the 30 man lest also includes the likes of buying music. rob leavened off ski, his school to 73 goals and 60 games. the strong favorite for this. his trophy is nino messy, the passenger man, forward ended his long wait for a major international trophy when he helped argentina when the compa america. if he's named the when a later, it would be a record 7th time he's been named player over you put he's football side, belen, and says have been hit by the new army cron variant of corona virus. the club has detected 13 cases among its plays and starts off to one play recently returned from south africa, the variant and found off to the portuguese league march against the speaker on saturday, which had to be abandoned. valencia started with only 9 plays on the pitch because
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the restful, isolating, and the 7 returned to the field. after half time. they cooled off with them trailing 7 know the clubs they 44 people are currently isolating at home. the world's best tennis plan of a joke of which could skip the upcoming australian open. if rules uncovered 19 vaccinations, all relaxed. according to his father speaking on serbian television, his that described tennis, australia's vaccine mandate of black male joke, which is defending champion for the tournament. and so far decline to disclose with he's vaccinated. he's 19 times in melvin valley chile nature. or did she whether he goes or not? depends on whether very well the 9 time went to go all the way to really yeah. of course he'd like that with all of his heart because he's an athlete. and because there are so many of our countrymen that he can't wait to see novak was that i really don't know under these conditions under this black mile is done in this way . probably not gonna worry, is it made it a winds in
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a row. now things to one or 5 to 90 victory against the los angeles clippers. steph curry contributed 33 points on the 9th worries had a tory time with injuries in the past couple of feet. and previously they'd $13.00, and be a titles and 4 years. and they look like they're getting back to their best. now they lead the league with 18 winds from 20 game l. further memphis grizzlies were when, as against the sacramento kings billing school 21.318 from desmond grezzi's. taking this on 128 to one i one snap, 2 game leaking sequence potty green bay horseback and rogers. 3 for more than $300.00 yards as the pack. as recorded. the 9th. when at the regular season on sunday, green bay were up against the l. a ram and i had the chance to tie the pack is on a win win here, but it was not to be for the rams rogers through for 307 yards as a team run out when, as by $36.00 points to $28.00,
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the level with our resign or 9 when sal and the se, sending the cardinal have lost one less games. tom brady and the defending champion. tampa bay buccaneers were also went on sunday. they took care of business against the indianapolis colts on the road, brady throwing 226 yards in this game, was running back. then it's next going over the whole touchtone funded school. so if you want to sample american sky mckayla schiffron has tied a record, said 32 years ago to time ill and big champion beat her main rival petro hover. when the swelling killington vermont clinching her 463, when in a single discipline to match them offset by swedish. great. my sam mac did it in the giant slalom. he's also a 3rd on the old time list behind too much. it's lindsey bone and stay mac. as for me, one teens repetitive race for the 1st time. saudi arabia this week, the country is also confirmed. the route for the call rally, which will take place in january,
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is the 3rd time the race will be held in saudi arabia with the 12 stages taking the $578.00 vehicles across various rain in the desert. for the 1st time in the history, the right hybrid vehicles will also be taking part that that car valley is trying to make all compared to the vehicles low emission by 2030 to try to win. the deco is electric car. it's pretty complicated because you know that the debt guys poorly the, the tougher threats cosigning to clinicians long distance before the 1st testing with the car. i never drove electric cows on i need to say that i'm really impressed about the publicity be specific to the of the engine. so this is why this challenge is so incredible on the, it's really a good opportunity for me. all right, that's what you support phenomena with jam later. sophia, thanks so much show it. well, that's it for me for this news, but don't go away. i'll be back in just
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a couple of minutes with more of today's news to stay with us here on the algebra. ah. on canceling the coast can japan's new prime minister tackle income inequality plus will the world trade organization health book countries to secure corporate 19 vaccines will be speaking to the w. t. o is new director general counting the cost on al jazeera. this is al jazeera in 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 to go to miss austin, landed about a 100 meters away from us. we're on the front line, but it's on recall that it's an ami, a very, really coming our way. i was just over here. gag by the
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