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it's always a stressful yeah, it would be much easier for me might feel that white people yeah. part to go into today and thing a thong. right. that skin 3rd carry other people's weight is that it minute you get way down. you thought what you're doing and maybe one studio b unscripted on al jazeera. ah, ah, barbados begins a new chapter in its history. as the island nation breaks, ties with the british monarchy and becomes a republic. ah, you're watching l 0 live from a headquarters in delphi, i'm getting obligated also coming up. president joe biden tells americans not to panic after the discovery of the new cove at 19 variant and rules outs imposing a locked down costs. i'm sorry, i've been jobby in our con,
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about 7 buckets thought. and i'll tell you how decade later the ringo community is still struggling to integrate a glimpse of what's to come. katara kicks off a major football tournament a year out from the fif of world cup. ah . hello, the caribbean island nation of barbados has just become a republic after ending its ties with the british monarchy. sandra mason was sworn in his president after the country removed. queen elizabeth as its head of states. barbados gained independence from britain in 1966, but kept the system of monarchy. country will still be a member of the commonwealth group of nations or latin america. editor lucio newman . was that the festivities in bridgetown. it is quite an extraordinary occasion to become a republic. doesn't ever really most public since so long ago.
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but in the case of islands, many of them considered 16 of them to be exact. wellness of great britain, between the queen is the head of state. barbados has had a long and complete history wanting to become what it says is independent nation. in fact, back in the 1600s when great britain turned to be just into really the, the capital or the crushed major calling to become a snake slave colony on the porch. since then, it's many people had to fight was on to become the truly independent nation. wanted to become in 55 years ago today. money tried to push for the public staff is no longer to be a constitutional monarchy, as it was up to just about an hour ago. so there were
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a lot of mixed feelings here not, but i would say compared to relationship, a good strong. this was received warmly by the public at the same time, there is a sense of pride and the feeling that this time finally cooper basis to cut the physical chord with the monitor the queen and become a true independent country. let's discuss this with the anna white law because a rural historian. she's joining us from cambridge in the u. k. thanks for your time with us on al jazeera, so we saw the festivities taking place in barbados. how do you think buckingham palace is doing this? walking in palace away said for a day since the time of the queen's rain and, and the process of the colonization and the end of the british empire that they were very happy for countries too, for their own. paul were relaxed in the words of prince philip about the idea that countries in the future want to break with the british crown. however, of course,
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i think they would be a little bit anxious, nervous about how this would play in the media. and of course, there's always the danger this would be seen as the beginning of a domino effect where other of the u. k. realms would also break them on a key. and that might be seen as a, as a rejection of the monarchy, which might have more profound implications. i think that they'll also be some relief actually that this was happening under the queen, rather than at the start of the new writing of prince charles. because at that point, it might be seen as a boat against him directly. and that would be, you know, potentially as a problematic inducement or lack of it at the beginning. if he's right, you say that the buckingham palace could be worried about the implications of other realms. took this step as well. what, what are those implications? well, i mean, i think they've said that, you know, they would be very relaxed about it. and obviously the priority for the queen and
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really buckingham policies that countries who may members of the commonwealth of nations, of which the queen is head. and although it's not hereditary position, it's been approved that charles would succeed her. but i think more the in the u. k, it might create a kind of questioning about the mon, the key. i mean, i think there's acceptance, the over the next few decades been a top now caribbean countries may well break with the crown. i think that's big questions to great to significant if it was australia using the canada as seen as whether to be big supporters of them on the key and less complicated relationship with the british crown than those countries in the caribbean. what type of relationship do you foresee going forward between barbados and the u. k? i think it will continue to be
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a very close relationship mostly and quintile. get along very well the. the british love to holiday in barbados tourism is hugely important for their economy. so i think that will be sustained efforts to maintain that they can, i think, i think really there'll be a discernible change and very thin barbados. suddenly those in government are stressing, this is just the final stage of bait of claiming its independence. and it's in no way or rejection of britain on the british crown. that said though, there are others who are saying, you know, good, we didn't, the monarchy and so cool. now all seem for they have been for many years reparations from british crown, dating back to the period of slavery. ok, thank you so much on a white lock for joining us from the u. k. accorded me and mar, has delayed the verdict and the trial of house and liter i'm on since she until next week. so she is facing charges of incitement on violating current of iris
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restrictions. she was detained in february when the military sees power. florence louis has more on the trial sources, confirm that the court in navy door has deferred the verdicts till next monday. but there wasn't a reason given as to why the voted has been deferred. non political analysts and observers outspoken to say they wouldn't have been surprised if santucci had been found guilty. many say the military still fear how popular almost on suit she is. she had in the last 2 general elections led her party, the national lead for democracy to huge victories. and they wouldn't be surprised if she had been found guilty and also given a prison sentence or the very likely she would have been allowed to serve that under house arrest as previous military governments had done. now, few people believe on santucci has been given a fair trial. she and her co defendants have had very limited access to the defense lawyers. there are no reports of ad,
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the proceedings or the hearings because no journalists, no members of the public, are loud at the hearings. and many people have described these trials against fuji and her co defendant as show trials as a way for the june time to legitimize the coo. but the military government has denied this, and it spokesman says authentic she has been the for, has been accorded due process under the rule of law in law many members of the ro hinge or ethnic group of flood violence and me tomorrow. and they say their rights are being ignored in the countries where they sought refuge. thousands were forced to leave home during a military crackdown in 2017, some of inject, a met summer. hinge in karachi, pakistan where tens of thousands live the technologies made it easier for new to stay in touch. with other displaced wrangler. many of his relatives have gone missing some died while trying to flee persecution in myanmar afraid and anxious for those left behind. we'd use in pictures of the violence in myanmar go around
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quickly. he's a community leader in the kind of bad neighborhood of pakistan's largest city karachi, named dr. a coastal region in mi on mar, a kind of budget home to tens of thousands of state. las wrangler. more of a force from their homes after every bout of violent track down against them in minority for the state sanctioned violence. they face the un calls rank, one of the world's most persecuted minorities, and their suffering doesn't end when they leave me on mar. some of these children of the 3rd generation of those, the space between the 960 to the 980. but they're still considered undocumented immigrants despite being born in buckets fun. the love among them is heavy, but who wants to become a doctor? but she's been denied even the infant death to medical schools because she does not have the prerequisite national identity card for the past 78th, my intermediate exams and one to become
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a doctor. but i don't have the pages as my father's id is blocked. my dream is to become a doctor so that i can serve my community as they are unable to get good medical care because of poverty. not that a lot of she was lucky as many don't even get this far. this football field in the squalid conditions of a con about is a glaring example of their plight. the plan space for recreation and opportunity is now a garbage dump that are hanging in this community are forced to live like this. what i cannot tell you is the french around us, the children here have very few prospects. and even when they grow up, they have no place to call home. because i don't care, i'm the one that i'm, what is our crime that we can get the national identity card and the movement is received. we can take a woman to hospitals for child, but we can't do business. and even calling in to see for fishing, to earn a living and due to the wrong policies of the government. and people are left with few choices other than crime and subversive activities as they have to feed
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themselves and their families. walking phones, government is facing criticism from the community or what they see as it's contradictory policies instead of implementing the existing law that every child born here has it right to citizenship. what initiatives that announced every few years, which means that remain stateless. the 2 most important things that focus on the government needs to be doing to deal with the issue. the state looseness is number one, implementation of the birthright citizenship, which is provided in the citizenship back. number 2 is to ensure that rules laid the alien registration rules are not made which are discriminatory. and which ensure that state looseness is something that remains generational and does not in ringo say there hardworking people and not a burden on the state. the leaders want the government to provide them identification for all the tax revenue they generate. young men sneak and fishing votes to earn a living if they're caught, they could face years in prison. a risk worth taking,
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they say to put food in the table. some of bon jovi down to the icon about southern buckets done us president joe biden has rolled out and posing another lockdown after the discovery of the new covered 1900 variance. he's urged americans to get fully vaccinated and not to panic or white house correspondent, kimberly hockey reports. 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 to, sir, already evaluating army 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.
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and a booster, you have to get to shot to have to get to get the booster if you're a sooner or later. we're going to see cases of this new very here in the united states will have to face this with threat to. so we faced those that come before that you 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 crowds 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
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combat the new variant. we believe does not receive money 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 ami compos, is, 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 hill can
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al jazeera, the white house. the united nations has criticized countries that imposed travel bands on certain southern african countries. the when chief spokesman says targeting specific citizens amounts to collective punishment. the secretary general said he is now deeply concerned about the isolation of southern african countries due to new coven 19 travel restrictions. as he and others have long ward low vaccination rates or breeding ground for variance. the people of africa cannot be blamed for the morally low level of vaccinations available on the continent, and they should not be penalized for identifying and sharing crucial science and health information with the world. the secretary general appeals to all governments to consider repeated testing for travelers together with other appropriate and truly effective measures with the objective of avoiding the risk of transmission so as to allow for travel and economic engagement. still ahead on the program.
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was she jeffrey, absence on or accomplish because glen maxwell, sex trafficking trial begins in new york and gambia and demand more from 6 presidential candidates as an election draws near. ah hey there hope your week soft to a good start. we got a lot of snow come nach f for the alpine region, so that includes switzerland, austria at check republic into southern sections of germany and poland. meantime, a cool blast of air right across the balkan in sarajevo. just a high of 0 on tuesday. sophia bulgaria to degrees, but we've got a swath of snow moving across the country as sophia could pick up about 2 to 5
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centimeters of snow. maybe even more as wall coltrane is punching across sad turkey numbers here, weight out of whack. so traps on 24 degrees, but also for the levant, his while bay root at 30, but watches this friends moves across traps on goes from 24 down to 12 degrees and bay route from 30 to 19 off to iberia. right now, things o c settle, but temperatures a bit below where they should be this sand the year lisbon, just a high of 13, northwestern europe. right now. our next storm system swoops in to the republic of ireland and also the united kingdom. so white and windy conditions to be expected here on this weather report in africa. right now. we're a switch in wind direction. it's going to make a big difference in cairo. you go from 29 on tuesday to just a high of 22 degrees on wednesday. that's it, see you soon. ah. in the country with an abundance of results. right?
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i really want to lose you. his 1st moment we move to grow and fraud with balanced real economy, blue economy, and the digital economy. with the new job creation law, indonesia is progressively ensuring the policy reform to create quality jobs, investment, let it be possible in his growth and progress in eden. here now, ah, oh, the me. hello again. the top stories on al jazeera, this our, the caribbean island nation of our beta. this is just become a republic after cutting ties with the british monarchy. sandra mason has been
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sworn in its presidents replacing queen elizabeth. i've had a fate, a quart me, and mar has delayed the verdicts in the trial of our leader on santucci until next week. she's accused different statements and violating cove in 1900 restrictions, so she has been detained since the military of power in february. us president joe biden says the new covered $900.00 variance is a cause for concern, but not panic. and he ruled out imposing locked downs and promised a new plan to come back. the pandemic francais iran must engage constructively in discussions to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal. representatives from russia, china, germany, france, and the u. k. met iranian officials in vienna on monday. the u. s. is also attending but only holding talks and directly to her on one sanctions to be lifted in return for limits on its nuclear program. but i've got some of it. i think it's a great achievement. the, all of the amendment countries of the people plus one have accepted the islamic
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republic right for demand and agreed that the issue concerning the legal sanction of the united states against people must be 1st be put in focus and clarified yet only then will there be discussion assessment and decision making held for the remaining masses in the u. s. opening statement have begun in the trial or british socialized gillan maxwell. 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 the reports from new york. jeffrey epstein and glen maxwell met a young girl in a park bench, befriended her, and then later sexually abused her to protect her identity. prosecutors called her jane. she was 14 years old and the abuse went on for years and occurred in several of epstein homes in florida, new mexico and new york. that was just one of the accusations. a prosecutor made an
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opening statement of maxwell's trial. they accused maxwell of in their words, serving up young women for epstein abuse. she put them at ease and made them feel safe, all so they could be sexually abused by a middle aged man, prosecutor said, and also called maxwell, a predator who prayed on vulnerable young girls, and manipulated them. but epstein committed suicide. so he isn't on trial. maxwell is an adult, say prosecutors over the next few weeks, will need to show how she recruited, groomed, and participated in the abuse of the girls. we are not in the court room this week, determining whether or not the victims were victims. of sex crimes at the hands of mister at the that's not what this trial is about. this trial is about mid maxwell a legit activity to enable mister epstein to abuse these little kids. for women are
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expected to testify that they were recruited and groomed by maxwell for abuse, including jane, that 14 year old, the prosecutors say was one of the victims. jane is now an adult and she plans to tell the jury. everything she says happened to her. in their opening statements maxwell's defense lawyer told the 12 person jury, she is being used as a scapegoat for epstein alleged crimes. she is filling the whole and filling an empty chair. she is a convenient stand in for the man who cannot be here. monday was a day for the lawyers on both sides to lay out their case. now, it was to witnesses a trial that likely won't conclude until at least january. gabriel is hondo which is either york wondrous could be getting its 1st female president after left during candidates, jamara castro claim victory and sundays election. castro has
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a commanding lead against the governing party. rival, a vote counting continues. the electoral commission is yet to declare a winner and campaigning for gambiola presidential election is in its final days the country and seen a significant improvement in freedom of speech since 2017. as i did research reports from banjo, gambia and are now demanding more from their leaders on can be as part of dice beach, lemon. joel as resort has reopened, but operates at only 25 percent capacity. 10 months have to log down and with news emerging of a new strain of the coffee, 1900 virus. he says he's considering closing the business altogether. i just want to step back because it is not one of those sir, in the us is that we see that will be viable in the future. you know, to go a look into all of the ventures contribute al corta in national development,
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lemon jolie's, not alone with the presidential elections on the days away. many vote to say, whoever can save the economy and protect businesses stands a better chance to get their boat or gun years young population. job creation remains a priority. in this election, an estimated 20000 people lost their jobs as businesses fold up due to the struggling economy, not pushing many and gumby as to embark on the different journeys to europe in such a better life. it can be as busiest market instead of coroner all enjoys textiles, trade is thriving, she says, getting former long term ruler, yaya jamie, out of power. an empty exile is one of the biggest democracy benefits or the gambia, miserable classical. most of them previously there was no freedom of expression, nvidia, me to be to this interview shows things have changed a lot here. thank no one dared to do that under the previous government. while this election is generating excitement that i also concerns about what the future holds
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for the small west africa country, said mighty joe, a former anti jamie campaigner. and now a lecture with the university of the gambia says the vote means different things to different generations. while the old talk about the peace instability after jeremy, the younger generation is demanding more answers. inaction on critical issues, including the truth and reconciliation process. i think that the court would be critical issue. how are they going to address that is, is important, but also providing the social economic development for this country. because at some point we talk about, you know, security issues. and we look at it from the fact that there are a lot of young people in this country without jobs. and i think there will be a challenge that any government will have to address. but us is the case in many african elections. petty differences are playing a role in this election and might as well determine whether the incumbent president stays or the country get a new leader. which means wherever wins the presidency,
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must not only address the key development issues, but also manage the complex diversity in the gambia. how many degrees algebra by jewel, the gambia, the u. n. is urging the philippine government to withdraw travel restrictions on a nobel winning journalist. so she can accept her award in norway next month. marissa, the 1st nobel laureate, from the philippines, she's receiving the award for her push for freedom of speech with her a news website rappel or her supporters say reza has faced setbacks and legal action for her scrutiny. of various policies and government prosecutors in the u. s . have asked the supreme court to review the ruling that overturned bill cosby sexual assault conviction. cars. these lawyers say that comedian relied on a promise that he would never be charged when he gave damaging testimony in an accuser. a civil suit in 2006 lawyer said that promise could set a dangerous precedence. the 84 year old spent nearly 3 years in prison and was
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released in june. the the arab cup kicks often cats har. later on tuesday, the tournament is a vital part of the gulf nations planning for next year's fif, a world cup. and as paul reese reports the tournament forms a bridge between the regions, football heritage and the potentially water said moment of cuts are 2022 a dress rehearsal for the world cup. yes. but the arab cup goes back decades before kathy 2022 was even a dream. the 1st tournament was in lebanon in 1963. those original hosts qualified for this vision with a woman there. when would you beauty in june? oh, most of the arab cup teams won't be here next year,
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but comparison with the welcome is inevitable and indispensable in the planning for counsel 2022, i think will. but 98 percent ready completed enters a stadium for the 1st quarter of next year. all stadiums will be ready, functioning and operational as well. we have a very big test ahead of us which is the arb cup and we will be testing our operational plans and models. the tournament will feature 6 of the 8 world cup stadiums. 2 of the big unveiled on the opening day that 7 new stadiums in the 11 years since catherine was awarded to welcome the country has come a long way since that main arena was here, though, how stadium, the amount of money are being about leo will be a beer. hello, abby: human, where perhaps the most famous footballer in history, pele scored as santos, of brazil beat club site. i'll awfully 3 know in 1973, but that stadium to broke new ground for the regions. football so did do ha doha stadium was the 1st grasp pitch in the gulf. there's
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a huge difference between our humble beginnings and now these world cup stadiums are masterpieces. but it was the wish of every play in the world to play back then to play against santucci. mozilla dissenters experiencing the new stadiums will be part of the drill for fans at the arrow cup. but cats, i will be in the spotlight on the pitch to ah, the plays we'll hope to replicate that heroics of 2019, when they became asian champions. since then they've made guest appearances in the corporate america and european wilco qualifying. now potentially playing the likes of egypt and algeria can provide more valuable preparation as the smallest country ever to host the world cup cattle supplies will need all the big game experience they can get when the very best arrive in doha. next year poll rece aldi's era, leonor massey has won the balloon dog award for the best foot waller of the year.
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that's a record 7 time. the paras, centureman and argentina ford helped his country when the co pay america, his 1st international honor. he also scored 40 goals in 2021. and spain's alexia, who tell us, was named the women's footballer of the year. the midfielder died in barcelona to a historic treble when taking the spanish league queen's cup, as well as the champions league. ah, hello again. the headlines on al jazeera, the caribbean, an island nation of barbados has just become a republic after cutting ties with the british monarchy. sandra mason has been sworn in as president, replacing queen elizabeth as head of state. we now turn our vessels bow towards the new republic. redo the.


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