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starts again, the soldier who doesn't want to identify himself. he says he had friends who joined the russian bank separatists, fighting the government. the other than you do is, 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 and 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 and plan, looking out across the conflict, broken landscape for an enemy with no doubt equal convictions. you say they also have a right to fight charles rap with al jazeera wagner, eastern ukraine, also ahead here on out of era, around 6 to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal. representatives from cigna tree
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countries meet, move you from vienna and and for tiger woods admits hell. never make it back to top level golf full time off the has called crush. ah ah. hello, good to see you. we had some powerful winds blast through. it's them balls seen a top wind gusts here of a 130 kilometers per hour, leaving a trail of destruction and killing at least 4 people. this is all part of the vigorous cold front punch across turkey and is stumble. not out of the woods yet on tuesday as a potential to see wind gusts of 85 kilometers per hour. okay, keep some of these numbers in mind on garad tribes on through the levant, they route at 29. watch. with this cold front does, on camera goes from 17 to 5 tribes on 25 to 14 in bay route from 30 to 19 for
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their toward the west right now. rain will clear from italy and we still got our snow falling through the alpine regions piling up quickly. also a shield of snow cutting across bulgaria. so as sophia could see about 5 to 10 centimeters of snow of to be area right now, things settle, but temperatures leave a bit to be desired. it's been just a high of 11 degrees western europe. we've got our next batch of what weather is fighting in to the republic of ireland and the united kingdom. so whites and wendy conditions to be expected here. scattering of showers, northern areas of algeria into, to nicea tunis high of 15 degrees, that's below average. and now you're up to date. ah, the african stories of resilience and courage. i get younger be and i right will about where there's a lot of what is one of them for about
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a tradition and dedication. but it was, i was a little more global buffet of august when we go, we're not short documentary by african filmmakers on the white 9 and the book make it africa direct on al jazeera al jazeera sets the stage, lots of women carrying very young children. this one, for example, is only among kind of half global lex bugs and discussion. kelly from think about the impact from the climate change is having all the fathers that you work with voices from different corners. when the wells are empty, people fight for programs that open your eyes to remote tentative view. i don't have collage and i have my voice on now to sierra lou
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ah ah ha, you're watching out his ear. let's remind you of our top stories here. the salad, the drug make a madonna is wanting that new vaccines may be needed to combat the new variant of coven 19 financial markets around the world have been rattled by the army cron discovery. the caribbean island nation of barbados has become a republic after cutting ties with the british monarchy. sandra mason has been sworn in as president, replacing queen elizabeth as the head of state. uganda has launched an air strikes against the armed group. the allied democratic forces across the border and democratic republic of congo. it comes just weeks after 3 suicide bomb attacks, and camp holler killed. several people. uganda, no authority is, are blaming the adf for those bombings are for more on this. let's now speak to alex vines. he is the director of the africa program at chatham house. he joins us
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now on the phone from nairobi. alex, since those compiler attacks ugandans have obviously been cracking down at home now seemingly across the border to can you talk us through the sensitivities in yeah, so obviously the adf is a car issue for the you got to government the attack on november. the 18th was the 3rd attack by this group, and you're going to miss those viewers. now there was another attack on october, the 23rd, and on october the 8th. and so if you've just reported the ugandans, there were air force, but they're also looking what they also launched a long range of hillary as well as sending some some, some units to pursue the idea. they seem to have claimed responsibility for the 3 types and your gander since october the 8th. i'm curious about the political sensitivities here as well because there were, there was
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a claim that this was a joint operation with the d. c. government and the d. c. government has been taking a step back from that. what's going on there? yes, indeed. nationally, there was this report that this, there was a joint intelligence sharing and operations together with the democratic republic of congo government and the dfcs ortiz, in contrast, now denied that. so look, there's a history here because of course you guys did invite the d, c. and politically this is not necessary. but the greatest thing for the contrast government to say that they working with one of the neighboring states and this way . but the reality is, the adf is a vicious group. it's been very operational that needs to congo, killing thousands of people over the years since it was properly pushed out by the you got into a government, it's read about uganda and its focus is mostly about uganda. even though it has claimed affiliation to islamic state, i want to ask you
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a little more about that because there is a very complex web of very thumbs groups affiliated with larger movements, like iso or al qaeda across east africa and the horn. how much support is the idea of actually getting from these kinds of network? so that's an excellent question. i mean i myself have been looking at the most and be question where there's a similar sort of thing with which itself elisha, bob. and i think in this part of the world, this east africa, the affiliations to islamic state, in particular, flex a convenience. they are more about local issues. technically, that's also the case for the, for the ation of, i'll show up without tied to for example. and so it makes them sound to rushes, but actually more about the local politics. and i think that's exactly what we're seeing here in east and calling on. you know, they, the strikes of 3 attacks in uganda were bought by the, by the allied democratic forces were in the statements about, you got to really. and likewise the gardens,
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striking back with artillery and strikes at the moment in eastern congo against idea. and we'll see how that all plays out in the coming days and weeks alex finds there, the director of the africa program at chatham, how speaking to us from nairobi, thanks so much for joining us. alex. great to get your thoughts now. moving on and iran says it's optimistic to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal after the 1st day of talks in vienna, representatives from russia, china, germany, france on the u. k. r meeting there with iranian officials. the u. s. is also that, but is only holding talks indirectly tear on wants to sanction lifted and return for limits on its nuclear program. well dorothy jabari is in vienna following those talks for us. and also i see that we have reconvenes now for a day to how they've been going well, what is happening behind me at this hotel is that there is a working group made up of the iranian delegation,
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as well as the european signatories of the nuclear deal. and this group is working on what the iranians want to the us sanctions to the left, in which sanctions and exactly what that is, what is taking place here. and that was something that was agreed upon later on monday evening. and that it may be raining very happy because they 1st want to talk about how the u. s. will go back into for compliance and then they can talk about around nuclear program. that workshops is due to take place tomorrow. and we are expecting to hear from the european delegation shortly once they wrap up the meeting. the iranian deputy foreign minister who's reading the delegation here says that nothing is agreed upon until everything is agreed upon, which gives us a sense of what the needs are really focusing on. they want to make sure that they get the best deal they can. that is also something we've heard from the officials within iran, over the past few days. we accept these talks continue until friday. and of course
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then the delegates will go back to their respective capitals, where they will consult various powers. and then they will decide whether or not to continue for now, there is some slight optimism that at this start of these talks are really moving in the right direction for all parties involved, dosage very there with all the nations for us, from those talk can vienna thank you so much. now, of course and man law has delayed the verdict and the trial of our study on santucci until next week. she's facing charges of incitement and violation corona virus restrictions. she was detained back in february when the military seized power. several towns in northern spain have been flooded after 2 rivers that bass, their banks. they spilled over following heavy rain and snow, brought by a storm. allan, on the weekend, in the city of bill bow, dozens of cows was submerged in flood water. as you can see, how still ahead here on al jazeera,
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i'm here to stay with where the sport live from of special water from studio hearing doug all on day one of the fif arrow cup will look ahead to the tournament and show you to brand new woo cup stadiums as well. join us on the other side of the bridge. ah.
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ah. oh, lou. a special cover job a fee for come from a studio on the with front end though. a beautiful day, one of the total which will act as a major test event for the woke up next year for the next 18 days will well place to keep you right across the news and action as 16 nations or will compete in 6 of the stadiums. that will be used for cost at 2020 to $2.00 of those venues opening
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for the 1st time. later on tuesday, the old bait stadium staging the game between hosts copper and the bar rain there. also that is another eye catching venue. stadium $97.00 full, which is made of shipping containers and will be completely dismantled off to the world cup will take you inside for a look around a bit later on. and away from the our got we'll hear from the you know, my feet, who has won the battle and all for a record extending, save and time. and tiger woods at mintz. he'll never make it back to full time golf . of the car crash earlier this year. but 1st to be our gut, which is kicked off today here in cutter, it's a vital part of the country's planning for next year's world cup. and as pull rece reports, the tournament forms a bridge between the regions, football, heritage and the potentially watershed moment of concert. 2022. a dress
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rehearsal for the world cup. yes. but the arab cup goes back decades before cattle . 2022. was even a dream. ah, the 1st told him, it was in lebanon in 1963. those original hosts qualified for this edition with a woman there. when would you beauty do oh, most of the art cup teams won't be here next year, but comparison with the world cup is inevitable and indispensable. in the planning for cats, i'll 2022. i think we're about 98 percent ready completed enters of stadiums by 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 is katara was awarded the world cup. the country has come
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a long way since that main arena was here, though. how stadium the boom up any are beating about leo will be a bit annoying 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 regents football stud did do ha doha stadium was the 1st grasp pitch in the gulf. there's a huge difference between our humble beginnings and now these world cup stadiums. a masterpieces, but it was the wish of every play in the world to play back then to play against santucci. miss elijah sent to experiencing the new stadiums will be part of the drawer for fans at the arrow cup. but cats, i will be in the spotlight on the pitch to ah, the players will hope to replicate that heroics of 2019, when they became asian champions. since then they've made guest appearances in the
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copper america and european woke up 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 players will need all a big game experience they can get when the very best arrive in doha. next year. full rece algae is era the tournament actually nasal. ready underway? game one happening right now between 2 and more with any of these pictures of the place. walking out a little earlier at the been alley stadium. it remains go. this right now with both teams looking to get off to a winning store in group b, that is one a full games on day one of the 2 of them and coming up later on. we have iraq against oman, and then the host's face of rain in the opening game, followed by the u. e against syria. we can hear now from the counselor coach felix lunches. this is of course ones that more in order preparation and important than
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one because we're approaching to the world cup. so every game is getting more and more important than we're playing in gutter with the support of our funds. sure. does it give us an extra motivation with the same time and more responsibility? we are all ready to, to face the situations and we're going to try to compete well to, to finish the amend with the with, with feelings about how, how we are doing and how ready we are for the welcome to the matchers will be held in brand new world cup stadiums. let's go live now to one of them and richardson joining us from the base stadium. andy, they can be no other stadium in the world that looks like this one right. it really is quite unique. you can see most of it by me now. it's designed to reflect the nomadic culture of the regions, 10 light structure. but unlike a lot of sense,
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it can actually contain 60000 football fan. it's gonna be one of the busiest stadiums during the world cup. hosting matches right up to 70 final stage. the big picture for the organizes for this hour of cup is as much as possible trying to reflect what will happen next year. we got 4 matches a day, just as we will have in 2022. now the one of the big selling points in 2010 when katha won this bit, was that this would be the most compact. well, fans would be able to go to more than one match per day. and that is possible, this thing to know more than that, a metro ride or a short drive away from each other. it does create the complexity of tens of thousands of fans, criss crossing a relatively small area. we won't have that number of funds for the are a couple will the world cup, but it is a chance for the organizes to test mass data, just stick to the stadium and to doing it in 4 different locations within a short period of time. road organization and the metro system as well. stress testing that as much as i possibly can to ensure that what was promised in 2010 can
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she be delivered on the field host nation. this is ball rain in the game today. what can we expect from the category? the theme is the product of a lot of long term planning that coach phil sanchez is not a big name. he's not just been brought in at the last minute to try and shake a team into shape in the last few weeks and months. he's been involved with capital football since 2006 when he came from boston youth academy. and for a lot of these players, they've really grown up alongside and he was part of the national academy. here is coach the a strict teams throughout his grade book over the national 2070. the famously guided them to the asian cup in 2019. so they all the asian champions, having said that, they've had major told them and experience in every told him pretty much apart from the world cup. nap paid his guessing by fees of the gold cup in north and central
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america. in the copper america in south america, and also being a guest invite in a european well cut qualifying group. some of the results recently in your what suggest the challenges that lie ahead they've suffered some heavy defeats against the law, portugal on the republic of ireland. so that suggest is still work to do for phoenix sanchez players. so a lot to be done and we'll get it. we're going to clear out for the next few days in the games. tonight's in the games coming up over the next few days as to whether or not they really are ready to take on the world in less than 12 months time. any support is going to need a fail id for this and require full vaccination for cobra. 900. what can you tell us about that? yeah, i mean, it's a country that's use the hosting events during $119.00. if you look at some of the major events i posted over the last 18 months, we got the clip well cup and $29.00 thing that was just pretty pandemic. about
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occasion, i have full fans, full stadiums, no restriction. subsequently they posted all manner of events, asian champions league, which would play behind closed doors with themes in strict bubbles. they had the club world cup early this year, which bond meaning one, which was get the players in a semi bubble. reduce numbers of funds of stadiums. so they used to dealing with every eventuality. the hope is of course, that next year the stadiums will be full fans coming to vis africa. they need to be vaccinated. that's one of the, the requirements to get to get a ticket at your under 12. and at the moment in this country known to 12, given the vaccination of has to provide either a pcr test or racket on to gen such within the last 24 hours. so everything is being done, but the, the country says it's prepared for every eventuality when it comes to carbon 19 and he riches some of the old bait said in thank you very much, we'll speak to get
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a little bit later when the casa opened, the tournament for themselves at his against ball right now for you. i was off to that match. we'll see another new venue opened which is just as unique. stadium 974 has been both using shipping containers and will be completely dismantled off to the world cup. joanna roscoe has been taking a closer look. the 1st thing fans will notice when they arrive at stadium 974, is that it looks a bit like it was constructed using children's building blocks. and that's not entirely too far from the truth just on a much bigger scale. this stadium has been put together with 974 shipping containers, 40000 seats, and a metal structure. the shipping containers in this stadium not just said to provide decoration and color, many of them have functions when now down on the ground floor of the stadium, right, nixon play as tunnel and as you can see, this one is the referees dressing room. so let's take a look inside, come on in, and we'll have a look at how it's been fitted out. as you can see, there was a sink over there. couple of toilets. and there are also some lockers just behind
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me where they can put away that lights. they cool is a modulus stadium. it has this advantages. it keeps costs slow in low as the number of building materials they need to use. and it can be put up relatively quickly since these container or fabricates it's fully off, is adult in china a most of the elements we have fabricated than vietnam and dedicate once we had the a long, sorry, it took us from november to march in when we stopped in placing the 1st internal employment position on march 21, which is a 6 month off to the tournament. to see the shipping containers, all the metal frames will be taken apart and sent overseas. are the projects. it's all part of the idea of sustainability and legacy for the middle east. first, welcome. does there one we thought of legacy, which is one of the most effective on commitments that we had during the i'm
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$1010.00. and even with the concept of having a template stadium, i think this would enhance, isn't the spoken with meaning? shipping containers is also in non to the stadium location. it's right next to doha bay, thanks to the old. so how poor and it also has the back here. ok away from the arrow company. you know, mercy has won the bell and all the award given to the best footballer of the year for a regular extending say them to time. the paras, salmon, and argentina ford helped his country when the copper america is 1st international honor. he also schooled 40 goals in 2021, including 20 for barcelona, and his final season bay by munich strike robert lemon. dog ski came 2nd with chelsea. mcfield, a gino in 3rd a momento winning the copper america was my biggest achievement. it's something i'd
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hoped for ever since i started playing for argentina to win something waiving the jersey with my country and my people, i don't know, i dedicate this award to them. but just so you might have named ralph rang lake as the interim manager until the end of the season. germans appointment comes just over a week after they sacked a soldier rag. nick has coached a number of clubs in his home country, achieving back to back promotions. will oftentimes leading shelter to the gym and cup and establishing or b leipzig as a leading bonus league, a team doing to spells as of a coach. the feeling around the club, the culture, the levels of performance, recruitment coaching. randi has been boy to do it all. it's more of a project. the just focusing on the team is he's the kind of guy who is very data driven. there's a lot of analytics behind his play in the aggressive style of play the he likes to implement or certainly not sit well with every single man, just, you know, it's a player. and i think that's where he basically,
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we doubt the mediocrity. it really is a full scale overall. i think chris, jonathan, ours is the perfect example of this. he said that he was really disappointed in the dropping in standards when he left in 2009. so he's come back 12 years later. and this just really seems like it could be ronnie's time to come in and make a massive statement and was definitely his biggest role. so fine management tiger words as a method he'll never get back to the top level. go full time after his call crash. in february, he spoke exclusively to golf digest the 1st interview since that accident, which left him with serious injuries to his right leg and foot woods. his come back from multiple back surgeries in the past is considered by many the greatest go for of all time, but he believes he's best stays on to it all behind him. for climbing mountain, you know, way to the top. i don't think that's realistic expectations of it, but i think something that is realistic is find the 2 or one day now or full time
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ever again. a few events a year and you play around the practice rama and try yourself up for that new flight. so that's all we have for now. a reminder of our top sports stories. it's day water we are got your encounter with 2 new will come. venues opening on tuesday, the elevate stadium staging. the game between the house and ball rain bed offer ad . it is another i catching a venue stadium $97.00 for which is made of shipping containers and will be completely dismantled off the woke up and away from the arrow couple even though messy, has won the battle on door for a wrinkled, extending 7th time and tiger woods admits he'll never make it back to full time golf. of these car crash earlier this year. we'll be back in a few hours time for another school to update. at 1345, g and v 15 here on al jazeera for you that
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