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in that building, the power has come. never before and human history has the one christine environment of the arctic didn't such peril. the. ah. the world health organization warns of very high global risk from the army kron variance is covered 19 and severe consequences if there is a surgeon cases this period is a cause for concern, not a cause for panic. joe biden rules out locked downs in the us, but there are warnings they knew cove, it very could pose a risk to the economy. ah, a lot haven't seen this is i just need
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a live from the house that coming up british socialite healing maxwell is accused of praying on young girls for jeffrey epstein as her trial gets on the way in new york. plus we report from the front line in east, in ukraine, where the russian forces have been gathering at the border. ah, but the new is covered 19 variance. alma crohn is likely to spread around the world and poses a very high risk of a search in infections that is, the latest warning from the world health organization on crohn was 1st detected in southern africa last week. and the un chief, antonio. good, ted, i says, the region cannot be blamed for lack of vaccines. well, health organization is stress. the need to accelerate vaccines across the globe to stop more mutations with countries from japan to israel are focusing on risk
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frictions as alma kron infections are being reported across europe. the u. k is offering boost the japs to tackle the spread of the new variance in the us. president joe biden is urging vigilance, but it's asking people not to panic. their off is this could add to the supply chain disruption. white house correspondent, kimberly how kit has more from washington. good morning folks. following a briefing by his coven response team given us president joe biden addressed the american public, urging them not to be alarmed by the new varied army crime. this for it is a cause for concern, not a cause for pen. you assigned her sir, all ready evaluating on me con, but admit it could take weeks before it's known if the current covered vaccines provide enough protection. still biden, once again, urge the 10s of millions of americans not yet vaccinated to get fully vaccinated, and a booster, you have to get to shot to have to get to get the booster if you're
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a sooner or later, we're going to see cases of this new varied here in the united states will have to face this flu threat just so we faced those that come before us announced restrictions last week for travelers from 7 countries. plus south africa were army crime was 1st attacked. it biden's also not ruling out new restrictions depending on the degree of army cross spread. however, he insist for now there will be no new locked outs. cases of ami cried have already been reported in canada. so the united states travel restrictions that took effect on monday may be too late. the travel bands are very much a knee jerk reaction. we're behind the curve. i mean, this variant has been out for probably several weeks when there's a cluster of cases. the bands come in and, and now we know that it's in more than a dozen countries drug companies are already exploring adjusting boosters to combat
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the new variant. we believe these various highly pictures we need to get more data from these, but it seems to be much more pictures and best buy was across is core to much drug manufacturers like madonna and pfizer, have made billions from the sale of coven vaccines, vaccines. the us says is sharing with the world, even as criticism of vaccine inequality persists. we ship for free war vaccines, other countries than all other countries in the world combined. over 275000000 vaccines to 110 countries. now we need the rest of the world to step up as well. the full extent of the threat army crumb poses is not yet know. that's why president biden's covered response team is drawing up a longer term strategy. expected to be released later this week. kimberly,
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how can al jazeera the white house, wiley, mac, that is chief strategy officer for population health at the university of washington. he joins us via skype from seattle to talk more about this. thanks very much for being with us. let me ask you, 1st of all about the travel bands that have been placed by a various countries around the world. there's been a lot of criticism that they don't, they're not really going to make much difference in terms of containing the spread of this new variant. what's your view on that? that's very true that it by you couple of weeks of time. that's it. so you can prepare yourself, but historically we've known over and over again that they will not stop escalation of the virus. and it's already in many countries right now, it's a matter of detecting it. and, and as far as the, the, the need to get a vaccine a for this, and whether the current vaccines will be, i will be able to, to adequately tackle this new variant. what's your view on that?
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so we never seen effectiveness is coming down with every new variant that we, we have found. so i estimate that it will go down a little bit with, but it will never go down to 0. it would be highly, still, highly effective against hospitalization and mortality less so i guess infection. so yes, that recommendation should be go and get you the vaccine and you need to get a booster if you have received your vaccination 6 months, your 2nd door 6 months ago. i would just want to pick up on the comments that we had a w i chose i made earlier um on monday that said no one is safe until were all safe . is that? um, is that a? is that what's on the heart of all of this that and unless some people in the poor countries where the vaccination rate is very low, unless that is the address we're gonna keep getting these new variance. that's very true and we're not safe here in the united states and invited rich country unless
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everybody else in the world is safe. and we need to remember this virus only mutates when it is inside the human body when it's infecting somebody. so the only way to stop mutation and to stop the spend down is to vaccinate the war and how other countries not only to give them vaccine because them was the logistics needles. for example, many companies have a shortage of needle, provide all the supplies that are needed to ensure everybody in this world gets the vaccine. as it wise, we will always see a wave after another wave. indeed, and this is nothing really new, is it? scientists have been saying this for months that unless more of the world is, is vaccinated, this is going to keep happening. do you think that the, the richer countries are, are, are getting the message on this now, or? i mean, is this, is this a turning point? you think? yes, yes, this one is a wake up call for everybody am. yes, you are very good. i,
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the playbook has not changed since the beginning of this violence. we need to help each other with sort of the connected need to other countries to stop, to spread the virus everywhere else. otherwise, we will be in this position for a long time. good to get your thoughts on this alley looked at thanks very much for being was. thank you. now, iran says it is optimistic off the 1st day of resume talks in vienna to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal. representatives from russia, china, germany, france, and the u. k met with iranian officials, the u. s. is there, but only holding talks indirectly. iran one sanctions against the lifted in return for limits on his nuclear program. but i've got a, my gosh, i think it's a great achievement. the, all of them in the countries of the people plus one have accepted the islamic republic rightful demand and agreed that the issue concern the legal sanction of the united states against people must be 1st be putting focus in,
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clarified yet only then will there be discussion assessment and decision making held for the remaining masses, dosage your body is covering the meetings from vienna. this is seen as a very beginning of what could be really the newly appointed team from iran and from the new government of racy, is headed by the reigning deputy foreign minister, alibaba murray. and his team of 38 men who are very well versed in the countries economy. they're all specialties at their specialists in iran's economy, from various different divisions of the government. they are here to find out what the other side will likely do in terms of moving forward. they're trying to gauge the mood from the europeans as well as the americans. i've spoken to sources into iran who are looking at the other parties involved to say that they are seeing some members in the negotiating teams from all sides. that are very well versed in terms
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of the security of the countries. meaning that they are expecting iran and other programs, not just a nuclear program will also be brought up. that is of course, something the renew of said they will not do. and they said they were only here to discuss how the americans will lift their sanctions. that they've imposed on or on the deputy foreign minister has said they are on nuclear program and other programs as well as iran regional involvement is not for negotiations. but to, of course, the parties involved, including europeans, have said that these talks are not going to go on forever, that there needs to be some kind of resolution. as soon as possible. opening statements had begun in the trial of british socialized. elaine maxwell in new york, she's accused of enabling the crimes of late sex offender jeffrey epstein, who took his own life 2 years ago while awaiting trial, maxwell has pleaded not guilty to the charges. gabriel is on there, is covering the trial force outside the courtroom in new york. gabriel,
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what did we hear today? well, it's a little after 6 pm here and evening in new york, and the court has adjourned for the 1st day of this trial. the prosecution came out and left very little to the imagination and how they planned to argue this case in front of the 12 jurors. and 6 alternate prosecutors said that geoffrey epstein sexually abused multiple, under age women. but, and this is the key part for this trial. they say that it could have only happened with the help of d lane maxwell. they claim maxwell recruited, groomed, and then in some cases even participated in some of those a sexual acts. with these under age women mentioned one woman that they're using as a suit named jane, who is 14 years old prosecutor say. when maxwell and epstein met her befriended her and that led to prosecutor say,
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are several years of sex. abuse of this young woman in several different homes owned by epstein, that 14 year old girl is now an adult and she's one of 4 that is planning to testify. in terms of the defense, they say they're going to put on a very strong case. and they told the jury that this case is about memory manipulation and money. they say that these allegations are over 10 years old. busy and there's no way that these 4 alleged victims could possibly remember all the details. manipulation. they claim that the defense attorneys that the 4 girls will testify or when will testify. i've been manipulated. i scrupulous lawyers and even by media stories. and they say money that they are other shipments of millions of dollars from a victims a fund. and they say because they've received this money, their testimony is not credible. bottom line is the defense says that they plan to
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put on a strong defense, and they claim that that this is just basically a maxwell is just being put it to be tried. because for epstein's crimes, bottom line is this trial will go on for about 6 weeks. we believe. and we have plans to have a lot of drama as it goes on. gabriel has on down life force in new york. thanks. k . i said i had on al jazeera celebrations in honduras as methodist opposition, candid jamara, castro claims victory and the presidential election. and on the right path, south korea's driverless cars take to the roads of the years in development. ah
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the hello, thanks for joining in. here's our headlines for the americas, our next batch of what weather moves in to the west coast of canada. but the heaviest rain this time around will be reserved for the western side of vancouver island. but still for b, c's, lower, mainland, and instruct. with some more rain where we have seen some flooding up to these right now, still some snow hanging around the great lakes wet and windy conditions for candidates, newfoundland. in fact, we could see when gus here of about 90 kilometers per hour, us southeast. it's settled and temperatures are bouncing back in atlanta up to 18 degrees and we'll continue to dial that up in the days to come. desert southwest also settled here in colorado. temperatures in denver. have come down just a bit. central america right now. soggy. conditions persist, rounds, coast rica, panama, but also rain for southern sections of nicaragua, on tuesday. storms coming and going across the top and of south america. rain very
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likely for bo good fall high 20 degrees, but i think just overcast conditions and lima also coming in at 20 degrees on tuesday. i think we may power up some thunderstorms towards this area. brazil. so paulo and rio de janeiro real will get up to a high of 28 on tuesday. that's it. see you soon. the in the light of the open sea hide said dark secret men forced to work without paying enslaved for years. but a glimmer of hope remained for the forgotten fisherman as a group of activists deep into the illegal fishing industry, demanding justice and freedom goes fleet, or witness documentary on al jazeera. oh,
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the me. again, you're watching as a reminder of our top stories. the world health organization is wanting, the newest cove in 1900 variance on the kron poses a very high risk of more infection. it was 1st detected in southern africa last week, and iran says it's optimistic after the 1st day of talks in vienna aimed at salvaging the 2015 nuclear deal. representatives from russia, china, germany, france, and the u. k. met with iranian officials in the u. s. is that but only holding talks indirectly trial of british socialized lane, maxwell has begun in new york. 59 year old is accused of enabling the crimes of
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convicted peter fall, jeffrey etc. she denies any wrongdoing on yours could be getting its 1st fema president after left. when can did at shimara, castro claimed victory in sunday's election. cancer says voters have reversed authoritarianism. in her words, she has a commanding lead of her governing party rival as vote counts. and continues. electra commission is yet to declare a when a man or apple, or is lifeless from the hon during the capital. so man, well, where the things down stand right now with the vote counting hello. the latest figures that we've heard at this point from the national electoral council, i put the vote count at somewhere over 55 percent 55.21 percent of all votes of the country have been tally may still seem like a very low number. we suspect that they, that may have something to do with
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a back to vote that certain voting machines that were implemented. new technology that was implemented during this year's election did fail, forcing many of the posters to resort to using paper ballots. and they're now having to count those paper ballads that has slowed down. the actual vote count doesn't seem to be facing people too much. so people can compared to the presidential elections. 4 years ago when there were protests out on the straits, more than a dozen people were killed in riots. after electoral observers had said that the victory claimed by the governing national party was done so using fraudulent means that doesn't seem to be the case this year. people are very confident they seem a little bit more enthusiastic about the electoral process. we've seen record voter turnout. there hasn't been this many people out to vote since the 1980s when honduras return to democratic rule. but the opposition candidates, united castile does command a lead. as you mentioned, there are in your introduction with 58.15 percent of the vote herself. with that
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said, only the national electoral council is able to declare a winner and this election that of course, has not stopped many latin america's left. his leaders from taking the social media to congratulate seal mot castro. also a left just opposition leader here in honduras. we've heard from the leaders of cuba, of venezuela and leak at iowa. unsurprisingly, congratulating seal martha castile on her prematurely congratulating her on that victory. also heard from former former bolivian president abel mode al is doing so as well. but again, the mood here very jovial, it's a holiday here. and under, as many people were concerned with a lot of anxiety in the lead up to the general election that there could be violence. again, a repeat of what we saw for years ago in that contested 2017 presidential election. that hasn't been the case, and a lot of people i think, are very hopeful that will continue to be a smooth electoral electoral process and
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a peaceful transition of power here in hunters. all right for the momentum and well, paula rice finished there in to gucci up i employees of the you and relief and work agency for palestine. refugees in garza holding a one day strike. that's after the agencies announcement that i cannot pay thousands of its staff. united say it has moved from garzon, a comprehensive try because affected all institutions in the 5 areas of operation after the agent will management riskier story, as well as the employees demand, where it has helped in school help centers and all facilities and institutions in godsa. the west bank, lebanon, syria, and jordan, the president of the workers union and got confirmed that the strike decision is the last warning to the agency management before starting an open strike next thursday. noting that this strike will be with all employee in their home. in
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addition to the closure of all the institution, president of the workers union also noted that drunk for an interest standing are being made in the recent time by the head of the refugee affairs department of the policy and never ration organization and the agency management. and that it bears positive indicators, but acquires amendment. he'll know said that the employment process recently done by writing gaza is a strong positive progress. but it needs to specify a time, not leaving 3 months in order for it to f through the be ruth, come, friend sees far monitors, say there's been a significant increase in fighting between russian back separatists and ukrainian military since russia's troop build up near the border. moscow denies it has any plan to invade ukraine, calling the allegations hysterical and malicious. charles stratford has more near
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the village of what a on the front line with the cranium emergency. pouring rain pitch black. this is a front line trench in easton, ukraine. we follow ukrainian army soldier leaves us along the path thick with mud. filming using night to vision, there are trenches like these that snake hundreds of kilometers across a conflict zone, in which more than 14000 people killed. you sound that machine gun bar echoes through the blackness. so in the last 10 minutes, sounds like a lot more smooth homes are coming from the direction of done yet gambled. the commander is taking us up to a ford homes lation post. that is a lot closer to separatist positions. we reach the observation post with 3
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soldiers stand in the cold. they are nervous until us to keep our voices down because of the enemy is close to the for sale cup, a little music newsletter. it's sporadic shooting from both sides because we can't see anything even using the night vision. little of the room use a little bit when we say shooting. we mean, shooting is no man's land at no particular target, but it's important to prevent reconnaissance teams taken advantage of the fog and rain visibility 0 camp medical. i recommend you leave this place now. the can seen a small, well stalked, 23 year old roma joined the ukrainian army 6 months ago, was trained by the u. kay's royal lancers, as part of nato's mission to defend ukraine against what it says is russian aggression. non, yes, you must admit, so. we have a lot of things to improve on. the trainers had great combat experience, so we learned a lot from them. i joined the army because of the injustice on woodson and our
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people are forgetting. there's a war going on in our country. we are led down into one of the girls sleeping quarters, warm and quiet soldiers, gravel sleep, they can before their shift starts again. the soldier who doesn't want to identify himself. he says he had friends who joined the russian back separatists fighting the government. they were going to do it. i don't think about it. i don't feel anything. i'm a soldier and i have a task to do. regardless whether it's someone i know he's now the enemy. all relations are lost. reconciliation will take generations. these people have crossed red lines. so what kind of friendly relationship could there now be? early morning the light reveals trees in the foggy gloom. the rain has stopped. soldiers discuss the night's events some plan, looking out across the conflict broken landscape for an enemy with no doubt equal
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convictions. you say they also have a right to fight charles rap with al jazeera war dinner, eastern ukraine. a georgia former president has appeared in court on charges of abuse of office because i really use the hearings on the cap to tbilisi to denounced the trial is politically motivated. he's been in jail since returning from exile almost 2 months ago. for the 1st time, in nearly 40 years, one of the british monarchies 16 rails is removing queen elizabeth's as its head of state. the caribbean island nation of barbados has declared itself a republic. the monarch will be replaced by bob ady and president elect. sandra mason massey, newman reports from the capital bridge town. barbados, known as little england, is the most eastern li, caribbean island. it was a slave colony known for its vast sugar fields and gained independence only 55
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years ago. but we barbados has been one of the cleans 16 realms countries where she is head of state. and there were demonstrations, but they were of enthusiasm and royalty. but for many, it was time to cut the umbilical cord with the monarchy by declaring barbados a republic. to wayne a bayesian as barbados ins call themselves cells, tiny, salty fruit that grows by the seaside, a specialty here. he agrees with the change. i feel as we are probably one of us is able to run the quote for, you know, it was the mit from decisions did read of any banner began to be on our own jasa. so yeah, i guess, guess audio, but others like 19 year old kashana says that the decision to break with the monarchy was imposed on them by the prime minister without consultation. it wasn't even as say that one day as you see if the properly and now was it, it is in fact more symbolic than anything else. a new president will have
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a largely ceremonial role, and barbados will remain a part of the british commonwealth under its current prime minister. prince charles's hears guest of honor. it's not his 1st trip to barbados, but as representative of the monarchy it will be his last. this former quaker plantation has been the residence of the governor general, the queen's representative in barbados for the last 55 years. now it will be the residence of this country's new president, making barbados the was youngest republic, at least for now. in fact, other former caribbean colonies of the british monarchy such as grenada and jamaica may just decide that they want to be next to see in human al jazeera bridgetown, barbados, a twitter c o. 2 found co founder jack dorsey has stepped down as c o doughty has faced internal pressure to resign and survived and invested bit asked him last year,
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you'll be replaced by the chief technology officer. in a statement on twitter, dorsey said it was finally time to leave it's been a dream, a long dream of city planners, but driverless cars are finally becoming a reality in south korea's capital. so the 1st pilot route is using cutting edge technology and 6 fully autonomous taxes. the start of a 5 year plan. alexander large reports on the latest li ford on a road that's not always been smooth. these driverless robo taxi's and so sang. i'm don district aren't a publicity stunt. they're part of the cities a $125000000.00 scheme for self driving cars. from tuesday they'll ferry passengers between the digital media city rail station, a nearby apartment and office buildings. charging passengers about $3.00 a trip. by the end of december, they'll be joined by several more driverless cars,
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as well as a bus to ease safety concerns. the mayor stepped in as the 1st official passenger program was her getting her role. at the beginning, i felt a bit awkward and a little bit nervous, but soon the car pulled over and started and change lane. i made a left turn and a right turn very soon. as i experienced this, i believed it would be a good start to the commercial surface. it's a small step, but a large lead considering the difficulty of the research involved. the technology behind driverless cars is being sought after by many major technological companies . us based, tesla, the market leader and electric cars is still several years away from completely removing drivers from the equation. its full self driving system is still being tested and requires operators to keep their hands on the wheel at all times. earlier in november, 1 of its cars crashed in california after a malfunction. but and so the outlook is more optimistic. tell you how soon the
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cars are no longer simply about moving around. autonomy vehicles have shifted the paradigm leading to disruptive innovation. autonomous vehicles prevent careless driving by humans minimizing social costs. early next year the city says it will add 10 driverless taxes to the gang them district as part of the pilot project. second faith. and if everything goes off without a hitch, the city government wants to grow itself driving fleet to more than 50 vehicles. in the next 5 years. alexander lurch, al jazeera. ah, it says al jazeera, let's get a round up now of our top stores the world health organization is wanting. the newest cove in 1900 variance on a cron is likely to spread globally and poses a very high risk of a search in infections on the con was 1st detected in southern africa last week. us president joe biden, once.


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