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danielle as representatives from secretary countries, me that more here from vienna. ah, indonesia, the country with an abundance of results for the trade bar and want indonesia, his turns for me we moved full to growth and france. we balance for green economy, blue economy, and the digital economy with the new job creation law, indonesia is progressively ensuring the policy reform to create quality jobs invest . let's be part linda. this is growth and progress in indonesia. now gotta one of the fastest growing nations in the won the cost of needed to oakland and develop it school track international shipping companies to become a p middle east and trade and money skillfully knocked down $3.00 key areas of
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development who filling up from it. so connecting the world, connecting the future while the cato gotta gateway to whoa trade. oh, a hello there, i'm home. that's monday about top stories here. the sound anti military protest has ensued on all marching towards the presidential palace and call to them on a civilian government. the replacement of police chief security forces have 5 tear gas at large crowds in the capital c. a secretary states has warned russia that any aggression in ukraine will trigger the serious consequences. anthony britain is
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attending a meeting of nathan foreign ministers to discuss the mobilization of russian troops on the border with ukraine. in the caribbean island nation of barbados has become a republic ending its ties with the british monarchy. sandra mason was sworn in as the new president now, france says that iran must engage constructively in discussions to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal. representatives from russia, china, germany, france, and the u. k. met with a rainy and officials in vienna on monday. united states is also there that is only holding talks indirectly tear on one's a sanction lifted in return for limits on its nuclear program. now, reporting this trailer has found one in 3 people working in the federal parliament has experienced sexual harassment. the independent inquiry into parliamentary workplace culture was ordered by the prime minister, scott morrison,
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sara clark for 4th. after 7 months, nearly $500.00 interviews and $300.00 written submissions, australia is 6 discrimination investigative, painted a toxic picture of workplace misconduct. either 51 percent of all people currently income or commentary workplaces have experienced at least one incident of bullying, sexual harassment, or actual or attempted sexual assault investigation was triggered by right validation made by parliamentary staff member who exposed boone and sick whom conduct declaring that one and 3 staff in federal parliament had experienced sexual harassment. on top of this, kate jenkins says the problem is largely driven by power imbalances, gender inequality, and the failure to protect the victims who speak out. there is also a wearing li lord level of reporting, indicating that it's not safe to spake. i mean 11 percent people heard experience
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sexual harassment in a poem entry, workplace reported their experience. who struggling prime minister was quick to respond. he called the report shocking and says is indeed for high standards in australia's federal parliament. like anyone who works in this building. i find the statistics that are presented there, of course appalling and the study. i wish i found the more surprising but i find them just as important. the prime minister is now under pressure to act on the recommendations, including better protection for those victims, willing to speak out. sarah cloth out a 0 prison australia. well, i spoke to michelle o'neill, who's the president of the trailing council of trade unions. she told me, sexual harassment isn't limited to parliament house thing to say,
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of course he's fed parliament as a web place to the high risk workplace. but it's also the case because it's a microcosm and many other workplaces old around astray here. and in fact, the world and what this inquiry found is that fundamental k m, the high levels of harassment, assault, and blame was powering balances and particular agenda of quality. so the fact that it is a power fueled workplace as to the charges e p. like what is already what we know behind many cases of harassment and of course, inequality which is the balance of power between women and men. the majority of cases of harassment and default and bullying were experienced by women, but not solely by women. so there is an issue that's a systemic issue within our parliament house, but also within the all about what cases. well let's get more now on those talks to
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try to save the iraq nuclear deal. representatives from the secretary countries are attending that meeting right now in vienna. that's bringing mullin. bizarre. he is out there, a senior political analyst. you joins us now here in doha. my one, the lineup that karen's chosen to send to vienna, mostly economists to teens, is rather telling of their priorities are clearly their ones, the sanctions lifted and, and having some are some economists and, and some people from the central bank on saw so forth is key for the iranians, because that is their, their sole mission if you will, is just to make sure that the sanctions are lifted and factor. this is interesting, which is with the way you asked it because, you know, we've never seen there in years just as focus and as united newton, we can no longer speak of mother. it's on radicals and hardliners and, and, and all of that sort of language. now we know we have our hard core hard line government with a mission in mind, and they're all united from the supremely, they're down to the foreign minister about what to do or what they want to talk
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about what they need to get out to the van. at docs and clearly sanctions is the number one priority and if we take them for their word, they basically don't want to discuss anything else but lifting for sanctions now and there have obviously been varying assessments of just how optimistic one should be about these folks, especially given then relatively new leadership in terren. how hopefully you do you think that will actually see the u. s. in iran in the same room, for instance? well, i tell you, i am not optimistic, but i am hopeful. of course, men are that the will of optimism and pessimism is based on the facts. the facts of the matter is that the gap between the americans and the ranges are huge. and in fact, that by them as rich and still paying the price for the parties off of its predecessor, the trump administration, that basically nuked the nuclear deal. and so what we have now is the american delegation tucked in some, in some fido, we hotel away from the negotiations where the iranians are boasting of their
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diplomacy with the world bowers. and they're making it conditional on lifting the sanctions for them to talk directly to the americans. and that is a problem for the united states. because if it does and it should have done it from the beginning of the year. but if it does it now, it would look like it is basically a compromising under iranian pressure a. so what we see from the russians to day is as a declination, that basically says, look, the iranians are cool with the i the are that are, they will go back to the pre 2017 situation in terms of their nuclear, our situation and the americans will lift the sanctions that the question is, who's going to go 1st, right. so it sounds like a bit like a children's game. are you going to go 1st? no, i'm going to go 1st the source of what. but in fact is more complicated than that. why? because the united states once more than going back to the 2015 in our nuclear deal, they want to extended, they want to have something more comprehensive in terms of
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a deal with the arena. something during us do not accept. also the americans want to discuss iran's missile program. they wanna discuss a winds regional or strategy, which is again the ring as reject any such negotiations and such even debate on every anything else but the nuclear issue. so while there is a very specific question in front of us, which is lift the sanctions and, and go back to that 2015 deal. but we also have more complications. they are in know exactly what they want. the americas might not what they want, but they're certainly not delivering on it. they're not even there in the negotiations a whole oh, let me ask you now, and then about what everyone else once you mentioned russia there, and there's obviously china involved too. i'm curious how unified you think the other partners are here, especially given that the u. s. has a by the tense relationship with some of these phases like moscow and beijing.
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again, very important or unlike 2015 via not 2021. the, the parties, the russians, the america is not, not all on the same page as the united states. and they're simply not going to follow suit of the united states is going to impose more sanctions or threat iran with anything else as the, as they say, all options on the table. the russians, the chinese, i would even argue the europeans are not on board for anything else, but diplomacy at this point in time. and that's where the difficulty lives is that the iranians know that they have a bit of our leverage here. they insist that it was the americans violated it, the russians, the europeans, and the chinese agree with them. it was that trump administration that torpedo the deal, and it is up to the united states not to walk its way back to the deal. and anything else in terms of threats, of war and threats of more sanctions? i think the united states is going to find itself, perhaps alone, if it does go that way. but again,
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for the time being that by then research and says, option b is still, you know, on the side now we're just focusing on diplomacy. their indians know that and that's why they are quite focused on what they want to lift the sanctions. i'll see how it goes over the coming days now and beside that out as ears senior political analyst always great to speak to him now and thanks so much. now, campaigning for gamma is presidential election is now in its final days. the country is in a significant improvement in freedom of speech since 2017. as i'm address reports from van joel guardians, are now demanding more from the latest. on gum bias, paradise beach lemming. jeweler's result has reopened, but operates at only 25 percent capacity. 10 months of to log down and with news emerging of a new stream of the covey. 19 virus, he says he's considering closing the business altogether. i just want to step back because it is not one of those sir,
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in the us is that we see that will be viable in the iris future. you know, to go a look into all of the ventures contribute al corta in national development, 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 corner. all ingest textiles, trade is thriving, she says getting former long term ruler, yaya jamie, out of power and ninty, exile is one of the biggest democracy benefits for the gambia, minnesota platform. most of them previously there was no freedom of expression in
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a me to be to this interview, shows things have changed a lot less and 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 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 and stability after yeah, i, jamie, the younger generation is demanding more answers. inaction on critical issues, including the truth and reconciliation process. i think the debt as eric, what would be a critical issue? how they're going to address that is, is, is important, but also provide in the socio economic development for this country. because at some point we talk about, you know, security issues and, and, and we look at it from the fact that there are a lot of young people in this country with our jobs. and i think that will be
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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 have all determined whether the incumbent president stays or the country get a new leader. which means, wherever winced the presidency, must not only address the key development issues, but also manage the complex diversities in the gambia. how many degrees al jazeera, by jewel, the gambia mostella had here on out there with the the standard, with the stored line from our special waterfront studio here in doug off on day one of the fee for arab cock. ah.
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with a whole lou
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with welcome to tell 0 special coverage of the fee for arak. up from a studio on the waterfront here in doha ivy to spend on day one of the tournament which will act as a major test event for the world cup next year. for the next 18 days were well place to keep you right across the news and action. a 16 nations from the arab world compete in 6 of the stadiums that will be used for casa 2022. the tournament is already underway, tennessee, a thrash, mauritania, 5 mil in the opening match to go talk of group b. 2 new venues are opening for the 1st time later on tuesday, 1st, our bates stadium, and then stadium 97, for which has been constructed using shipping containers and away from the arab cap, will hear from leon. l messy. who has won the balance due for a wrinkled,
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expending 7th time and tiger woods at metz. he'll never make it back to full time goals of these car crash earlier this year. but 1st to be aero cup, which kicked off today. here in cutter. it's a vital part of the country's planning for next year's world cup. and his poll rece reports the tournament forms a bridge between the regions, football heritage, and the potentially watershed moment of kata. 2022. a dress rehearsal for the world cup. yes. but the arab cup goes back decades before katha 2022 was even a dream. the 1st told him, it was in lebanon, 163. those original host qualified for this edition with a woman there. when you booty in june, most of the teams won't be here next year,
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but comparison with the world cup is inevitable. indispensible in the planning for capital 2022 i think was about 98 percent ready completed and terms of stadiums. well, the 1st quarter of next year all stadiums will be ready, functioning and operational as well. we have a very big test head of us, which is the our cup and we will be testing our operational plans and models the tournament full feature 6 of the 8 world cup stadiums. 2 of the big unveiled on the opening data that 7 new stadiums in the 11 years. and catherine was awarded the world cup. the country has come a long way since their main arena was here, though. ha stadium doing with any are being about leo will be a be how do i have a humana, where perhaps the most famous football are in history like scored as santos, of brazil, be curbside. i'll actually 3 know in 1973. but that stadium to broke new ground for the regents football studded, doha,
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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 sensors, 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 plays we'll hope to replicate that heroics of 2019, when they became asian champions. since then they've made guest appearances in the cup of 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 supplies will need all the big game experience they can get when the very best arrive in doha next year. pull rece aldi's era, a tournament kicked off
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a little earlier at the off made been ali stadium. it was tennessee, up against mauritania, and was the technicians who on that match 51 say 15 inches edy with the 1st goal of the tournament. but it was mohammed had been ought to be who schooled the pick of the bunch, financing a top of groupie with that emphatic victory mixed up. they played syria. that is one of 4 games on day one of the tournament. iraq and oman. now playing right now, it's go lists at half time i can tell you, then the hosts confir face bahrain in their opening game, followed by the u. e against syria. 2 of those matches will be held in brand new world cup stadiums. let's go live to one of them now, and you and andy richardson who is at the old bait stadium, and he good to talk to is always be, can be no other stadium in the world that looks like this one right. yet really is completely unique. i've never seen anything like it found is just starting to arrive for this opening game for the whole nation. cats all versus ball,
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right. not be our bait stadium designed to reflect the nomadic culture of the region. so i kind of tend like structure on the outside, but inside you go to super modern 6060000. but i'll say it eventually see to stadium really no need for that size of stadium in the long term. so the legacy which could be such a nebulous concept when you talk about, well, culture kind of built into this stadium, the top 10 of this venue will actually be removed straight after the world cups, like 30000 seats will be taken out and distributed to countries around the world in need of supporting infrastructure, a hotel will be built inside the state and then also be a sports medicine hospital as well. and you'll have a much more manageable, 30000 seater stadium left behind which can be used in the met the domestic football league, the castle stalls league, and also beyond 2022 counsel. already looking ahead and planning tool is hosting
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the 2030 asian games when this venue will be used again. hosts nation up against ball rain in that game. what can we expect from cover? well, a huge amount is obviously going to be expected of the host nation, but it's to be remembered that they've never played in in a world before. but the team is a product of long term planning that pre dates, even winning the world, cup it in 2010. felix sanchez, that spanish coach isn't a big name is just being brought in at the last minute for troy. and i pulled together a team in the last few weeks and months. he's been working in capital since 2006. prior to that, he was working in the boss learning youth academy. and he came into the national sporting academy here in cats, are working with age group teams, initially a tremendous success with them in 2014, the under 191 the asian championship. and he progressed really alongside
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a generation of place that had come up through about academy reaching its culmination box in 2019 when they won the asian come. so what go into this? well, come as asian champions with still with, with so much to prove really the highest level. they have played another major tournaments as guest invitees in the last couple of years in order to prepare the plight. i'm in the gold cup, which is for north and central american seems in the call per america in south america, and also also in european in welcome qualifying that. but i suffered some big defeats recently at the hands of the likes of the republic of ireland, serbia, portugal. so plenty of work to do. i had of next year and the richardson at the base, they didn't thank you very much. a few hours after that match, we'll see another new venue opened, which is just as unique stadium, 974. we've been both using shipping containers and we completely dismantled up to the world cup, trying to get her off for less than a. the 1st thing fans will notice when they arrive at stadium 974,
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is that it looks a bit like it was constructed using children's building blocks. and that's what 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 the stadium, not just sad to provide decoration and color. many of them have functions. we're 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 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 fabricated fully off is adult in china. a most of the elements we have public it than vietnam and dedicate. once we had them all sorts of
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talk us from november 19th when we started in placing the content on one position on march 21, which is a 6 month off of the tournament. the root, the theme, the shipping containers and all the metal frames will be taken apart and sent overseas to all the projects. it's all part of the idea of sustainability and legacy for the middle east. first world cup. does there one we thought of legacy, which is one of the most effective on commitments that we had during the bid in the back and fills in to him. and even with the counsel to hovering a temporary stadium. i think this would enhance even the spoken with using shipping containers is also a nod to the stadium location. it's right next to though,
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how by next to the old. so how poor and it also has the best view that he's gone away from the arrow company, an mfc, when the bell on duty was given to the best football of the year for a record extending 7th time, the parents, benjamin and argentina forward how peace country when the couple america is 1st international honor, he's also school 40 go. so falling 2021, including 28th for buffalo to any final fees. and there was, like i said, ma'am, to winning the copper america was my biggest achievement. it's something i'd hoped for ever since i stopped playing for roger tina to win something wearing the jersey with my country and my people, and i dedicate this award to them. target booth is admitted. he'll never get back to top level go full time of his car crash in february, he spoke exclusively to golf digest the 1st interview since that accident which left him with serious injury to his right leg and foot with his come back from
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multiple back surgeries in the past is considered by many the greatest gulf of all time, but he believes in base days on to a are behind them. farce coming, get all way to the top. i don't think that's a realistic expectation of me. but i think something that is realistic is playing the 2 or one day, never full time ever again. a few events a year and you play around the practice from that and try yourself up for that and you play so that's all we have for now. a reminder about top sports stories. it's day, one of the arrow cup here in canada, with 2 new world come menus opening on tuesday, the all based stadium staging the game between hosts, casa and bahrain. then after that, it is another i catching venue, stadium, $97.00 for which is made of shipping containers and will be completely dismantled off to the world cup. and it goes to nicea who won the 1st match of the tournament, thrashing mauritania, 5, go to one and methyl before. so you again later ah,
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