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part to go into cheddar and singer songwriter skin, so carry other people wait a minute, you get why don't you stop what you're doing and made one studio b unscripted on al dedira. ah, police and sudan use tear gas against anti military protesters, heading to the presidential palace, demanding a full civilian government. ah, hello there, i'm this darcy, hey, this is al jazeera live from durham, also coming up. uganda is ami launches and artillery strikes against an armed group and neighboring democratic republic of congo. the united states warns russia against aggression and eastern ukraine, or russia says any nato forces in the region would cross
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a red line. in stock markets are rattled as drug making madonna ones that curve at 19 vaccines may not be as effective against the new on the cross variance. ah, anti military protest isn't sued on of and marching towards the presidential palace and cartoon. they're demanding a civilian government and the replacement of police chiefs security forces have 5 tea. aghast to break up, the crowds, sudanese authorities released the last of their political detainees on tuesday. the pro democracy movement though, has rejected last week's agreement with the military. well, let's bring it out. there's have a morgan, she's on the streets of cartoon for us here, but we were seeing the crowds out again despite the deal of last week and also a lot of confrontations today. well actually the crowds are out because of last week's agreement between the army and prime minister
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. they rejected that because when the military take over happened in late october, the 3 knows where north and you go see asians know to compromise and know that. and in the timothy that can be given to the military take over now for them, the fact that prime minister, the lamb broke, signed an agreement with the army that has given legitimacy to that take over. and it's a compromise from what they've been demanding. they've been demanding a complete civilian rule with the army, having no role in for them politics. but for them that is now a compromise and a result of negotiations. all things that they've been repeatedly thing no to since october 25th, but they have to take over. so people are out in anger because of bad. and now despite the fact that prime minister, the lamb dog has dismissed the director general of the police and his deputy and replace them, people are still angry. they say that is not enough, especially because it doesn't answer to the accountability that they've been demanding as well. at least for 2 processes have been killed since the takeover in protest against that military take over more than 200 people have been injured.
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there are injuries today was the police fire, and here guys i put who are in front of the presidential palace. that's the destination. but they were headed to, but they were met with you guys by police forth and the fight jealous um i was needing to disperse the thing of both where it says to around this area. the presidential palace is not far from where i am right now. but most processes are on the various streets around the palace saying that as they come to demand the military council that deal and remove the cell from them. politics have given that these protesters are holding a very hard line where to from here, especially now that this deal has been struck off street. well prime minister, humboldt said that he has met with some of the resistance committees, members, those 2 days ago that the resistance committees are the ones mobilizing for the process. they came out and said that those who met prime minister are not they are preventative, but individuals. the idea is that you want to try to convince the street that the deal that he signed with the military is the best, the impossible,
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and which will reduce the amount of bloodshed that has happened since the take over last month. the military says it's going to continue to save god the transition. that's the word they use and fill elections are held in july 2023, while the port that says continues demands and military remove it from students politics. so the 2 are obviously on 2 different wavelength with no amazing point. so it'll, it's clear that the difference will continue until mediation happens. and right now, there is no mediation efforts to try to bring together the priest on one side and the army, m prime minister, and the other side. hit morgan there with all the latest force from the streets of call to him. thanks so much have a while uganda has launched cross border air strikes against the group. the allied democratic forces in democratic republic of congo, and comes weeks after 3 suicide bomb attacks and can pilot killed several people. you got to know. authority is blamed. the idea for those bombings. now, some web is following developments for us from nairobi,
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yukon. denali spoke from 20, that it was a joint operation which the con, release government initially denied. but i have since a knowledge that you've gotten the nami spokes and said this began with you gun, then war planes and artillery firing into eastern congo, attacking faces of the allied democratic forces who i've use as you said, you got the government, blame them for those 3 suicide bombings and in uganda capital camp out i just 2 weeks ago. but we've heard from commonly military sources that this intervention has been planned for weeks before that the allied democratic voice is they originate from uganda. in the 1990s that you've gotten the military at that time, push them into eastern kong, aware, ever since they've had substantial business interest in cocoa timber of minerals in the area. and in, in recent years, they've been responsible for a series of brutal mark because of civilians in and around the town of benny. and more recently, to the north in to re province as well. you got,
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the military says that it's now pursuing them in eastern congo to defend its own its own territory, following those attacks income, part of which it did blame the adf. now moving on and the u. s. secretary of state says any russian aggression in ukraine will trigger serious consequences. anthony beacon is attending a meeting of nature of foreign ministers to discuss the build up of russian troops on ukraine border. any escal, tory actions by russia would be of great concern to the united states as they would lafayette, and any renewed aggression would trigger serious consequences. we are very concerned about the movements we've seen along ukraine's border. we know that russia often combines those efforts with internal efforts to destabilize a country while ukraine has, is moscow, mobilizing tens of thousands of soldiers near it's border? si, fi monitors say there's been a significant increase in fighting between russian back separatists and the
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ukrainian military. charles trotted reports from the front line with ukrainian military near the village of adiana pouring rain pitch black. this is a front line trench in easton, ukraine. we follow ukrainian army soldier who leads us along the pav pick 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 been killed and sound machine guns for echoes through the blackness. so in the last 10 minutes, sounds like a lot more smooth homes are coming from the direction of don. it's called the commander's taking us up to a ford observation post that is a lot closer to separatist positions. we reached you. 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 per scale. cumberland music newsletter is sporadic shooting from both sides because we can't see anything even using the night vision. little of the bruce 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 vertical. i recommend you leave this place now. the canteen is small, but well stocked. 23 year old rome of joined the ukrainian army 6 months ago and 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 just mr. smith, 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 wilmonson and our
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people are forgetting there's a war going on 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. the other than you're doing, 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 last reconciliation will take generations. these people have crossed red lines. so what kind of friendly relationship could there now be? early morning light reveals trees in the foggy gloom. the rain has stopped. soldiers discussed the night's events some plan. looking out across a conflict broken landscape for an enemy with no doubt equal convictions. you say
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they also have a right to fight charles rap with al jazeera wagner, eastern ukraine. while i'm de la saw me as in riga where there isn't a her leaders all me thing. in fact, we are seeing a more pressing subject now the today on russia. they've been mentioned by almost every one of the ministers here, especially the secretary general of the need to yonce, told him better and as well as the secretary of state of the united states. antony blinking is also been what assaulted back said would be a heavy price for russia to pay if it continues to build up military force on the ukraine eastern borders. and they have mentioned also that the nato, in all of its activities, either the military build up of the, of the nature in eastern europe or both in the baltic and black seas. it's only for the purpose of dependency mentioned that that
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a few times actually both in his doorstep and also in his statement during the rigor security summit. so this issue of how to deal with this build up. it was mentioned by both part is the u. s. and the nato as well. there is also the idea of what to do if the, if russia actually gets involved in ukraine, once again, sold him back, said that all that's been happening from the side of the nato is just a reaction. and it's not intended to actually invoke any conflict with actually to detect any conflict. and that's what's been mentioned so far. well, that's not bringing valid smith. he joins us from moscow. and we were saying, we've been hearing some striving rhetoric from prison as this meeting takes place. yes, but i'm, a putin says that russia has read lines. one of those right. red lines is the deployment of certain offensive. what it calls offensive missile capabilities on
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ukrainian soil is the sort of missiles that could hit deep into russian territory. and foreign minister survey, la ra, he says that they are concerned about ukrainian military move maneuvers in the east of ukraine on the use of drones. and this is in areas occupied by russian fact separatists, it reviews it, views those actions in that part of the ukraine as a threat. and russia says he's ready to respond militarily, if necessary. sure, this is the 3 move this up. it is posing a direct threat to russia. security president putin spoke about it at an expanded panel of our meeting on november 18. his address that we don't need conflicts. but if the vest cannot hold back ukraine, and on the contrary encourages it will take all the necessary steps to ensure our security premium. now you could look at rushes accent actions in this context,
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and that is in april we saw a very similar scenario playing out large build up of troops on the ukrainian border on a month or so later after the kremlin here says that it is hoping for a meeting with joe biden, either before the end of the year or early in 2022 and has been talking to the americans about the white house says it her, its heard nothing about plans for a summit meeting, but it admits it is it's officials are holding talks with russian officials about ukraine. very interesting, bernard smith, there with all the laces for us from moscow. thank you. bye. well now the u. s. has officially removed to the former colombian rebel group fog from its list of terrorist organizations. the decision will allow us agencies now operation, parts of columbia, where the former fox fighters live and work fox signed the sci fi deal with the colombian government back in 2016 france. it says iran must engage
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constructively, in discussions to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal. representatives from russia, china, germany, france, and the u. k. meant with iranian officials in vienna on monday. the united states is also deb. it is only holding talks indirectly tear on want sanction lifted in return for limits on its nuclear program. hostile ahead here on out as yeah, ah, barbados begins a new chapter in its history. as the island nation breaks tires with the british monarchy and becomes a republic veers grow of the army cronkite 19 variant in japan after it confirms it's fast case of the highly mutated fire. ah, with and away we go is here whether story for
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asia. hello everyone, good to see. we've got this intensifying disturbance in the arabian sea. it's pushing rain into my harass drive right into good at. and in the days to come, a garage rats will be under an amber weather alert. could see about a 100 to 200 millimeters of rain in it may leak in a some rain into new delhi as we get toward thursday, off to either the southeast of asia look at their sexual take. you're just east of the philippines. we've got this tropical storm, so can to steer towards the north. so not impact land anywhere. also this area of low pressure spinning just so that south of sumatra, the west of java throwing around some rain here and place where he has seen a lot of brain is now starting to dry off. that's for vietnam. still a few showers though, along that east coast, but nothing like we've seen over the past few days for the southeast of china central eastern portions. temperature is pretty well where it should be and settled conditions. but we've got a solid band of rain roland across. so japan, this same band of rain brought more than
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a 100 millimeters of rain to korea. so it's gonna roll through han shoe and hook kado, but push out toward the pacific. on wednesday in dragon, much cooler air soldiers a hive to degrees and same for cargo shima bundle up that sure weather update soon . ah. in the country with an abundance of results for the road and walk indonesia whose firms for me, we moved full to grow and froth. 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 people bring to these use growth and progress in indonesia now. ah
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ah ah, hello, they are watching al jazeera. that's remind you about top stories here. the salad security force as if i'd tear gas. an anti military protest isn't sued on the demonstrators are demanding a civilian government. sudanese authorities released the last of its political detainees on tuesday. uganda has launched cross border air strikes against the armed group. the allied democratic forces with the approval of democratic republic of congo, and comes weeks after 3 suicide bomb attacks and composite killed several people. you got an authority is blamed the group for the bombings and russian president vladimir putin says, nato troops in ukraine would be a red line that he hopes will not be crossed. the u. s. secretary of state for his part has warned russia that any aggression and ukraine will trigger serious
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consequences to the pandemic now. and japan has confirmed its 1st case of the crown code. 1900 variant officials have identified the patient as a diplomat from namibia. it comes just a day after prime minister from your case you the reinstated the travel ban on foreigners fuddy solomon has more on the measures that japan's imposed government has been very swift in enforcing across the board band or interior of all for visitors through japan since 0 o'clock today and the band all foreigners from coming in the country except for the foreigners who have risen there and even those people who have exempted before from staying in current in facilities now they have to stay for 14 days, especially people from 14 countries that have seen the new variant of omicron so the government has moved very swiftly and,
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but i missed that from you because you had explained that the he understands that many people could accuse him that he has been too cautious about the issue, especially from the business sector but he doesn't want to take any risks. this is, this is one of the test for his did for his leadership, since it's since he took office in october 4th. so it's less than 2 months and he wants to show that he has the leadership and he doesn't want to fall in the same spot where his body. this is mr. suga phil, when he acted very slow and he preferred to emphasize on the economy activities that lead to a backlash and forced him to design data. all the caribbean island nation of barbados is now republic, after ending its ties with the british monarchy. sandra mason has been sworn in as president, replacing queen elizabeth as the head of state. there are latin america editor
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lucio newman reports now from bridgetown. ah, the declaration of the world newest republic was marked by celebrations ah, with the music song and dance that barbados is so well known for ah, but above all, it was time for solemnity. prince charles arrived for the last time as the representative of the queen barbados, his head of state, marking the end of the british monarchies, ties with the island once known as britons caribbean, crown jewel, the creation of this republic of the new beginning. but it also marks a point on a continuum, a milestone on the long road. you have not only travelled, but which you have built. then the british military flag was lowered, replaced by one that represents only barbados, which now has a new president sandra mason. re now turn our vessels bow towards the new
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republic. redo this so that we may seize the full substance over a sovereignty. barbados was britons 1st and most important slave colony, whose sugar feels produced vast wealth for the empire. it gained independence only 55 years ago, but retained the monarchy. the quick, barbados became one of the queens, 16 realms. but the many, the time had come to cut the umbilical cord with the monarchy to wayne a bayesian as by bay dns called themselves cells, tiny salty fruit, the grows by the seaside, a specialty here. he agrees with the change, i propose be a positive, but one of us is able to run the quote for, you know, it was a bit from decisions. but others, like 19 year old could shawna says that the decision to break with the monarchy was imposed on them by the prime minister without consultation. they wasn't, you know,
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as this one did you see? if they probably now was the, the new president will have a largely ceremonial role behind the prime minister and barbados will remain a part of the british commonwealth, which queen elizabeth heads. 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 as a farewell present of sorts, the prime minister awarded prince charles the countries middle of freedom and then announced another surprise, the nations hero award to the country's most famous citizen singer rianna, who is also an ambassador for barbados. impractical terms, not that much will change, but for a great many here, no longer having to pay tribute to a monarchy that brought their ancestors here from africa in chains is
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a change that was long overdue. while our latin america at his elbow senior men joins us now live from bridge town, they see it looks like the celebrations there are continuing to. they are not so surely wouldn't call them celebrations, but certainly the ceremonies. right now we've just heard the members of congress and of a senate being sworn in swearing. actually there were neeagin's to barbados, the prime ministers here, the president is here, members of the da magic court also riana, the new national hero was named shortly after midnight. and we will be hearing from the prime minister herself as she addresses the nation. i'm sure everyone here is really going to be very anxious to hear what she has to say about the new status of this country. now that it is no longer tied to her majesty the queen, as they, as she is still referred to fondly here in barbados. many many barbarians. and we
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spoke to say that they're not really sure what this will mean or to their daily lives. we will hear that he won't have much of an impact, but is there any impact at all any, anything to be gained? any new challenges that the situation will present? and that is what we assume and what we have heard that the prime minister will talk about when she addresses the nation in, in about 5 more minutes. you see in human, our last in america editor with all the laces forth from bridge town. thank you to see and now of course and man has delayed the verdict and the trial of our to be the on some future until next week to g is facing charges of incitement and violation. corona virus restrictions choose detained. back in february, when the military seized power florence louis has more now on trial, a source has confirmed that the court in navy door has deferred the verdict till next monday. but there wasn't a reason given as to why the voted has been deferred. now political analysts and
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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 league for democracy to huge victories. and they wouldn't have been 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 authentic. he 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 the proceedings or the hearings because no journalists, no members of the public, are allowed at the hearings. and many people have described these trials against fuji and her co defendants as show trials as a way for the june tied to the gym eyes. the qu, but the military government has denied this, and it spokesman says on santucci has been for,
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has been accorded due process under the rule of law in law report in a straight, lia has found that one and 3 people working in the federal parliament has experienced sexual harassment, the independent inquiry into parliamentary workplace culture was ordered by prime minister scott morrison. sara clark reports after 7 months, nearly 500 interviews and 300 written submissions. australia is 6 discrimination investigative, painted a toxic picture of workplace misconduct. either 51 percent of all people currently income a column entry work places have experienced at least one incident of bullying, sexual harassment, or actual or attempted sexual assault investigation was triggered by right validation made by parliament linda expose her boon and pick whom conduct declaring that one and 3 staff in federal parliament had experienced sexual
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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 worryingly, lower level of reporting, indicating that it's not safe to spake. i may 11 percent of people heard experience sexual harassment in a poem entry. workplace reported their experience is trailing. prime minister was quick to respond. he called the report shocking and says is indeed the highest 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 disturbing. i wish i found the more surprising but i find them just as a boy in the prime minister is now under pressure to act on the recommendations, including better protection for those victims,
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willing to speak out. sarah cloth out 0 prison australia the while the arab camp has kicked off and cut off. and the all the tournament is a vital part of the gulf nations planning for next year's p for wildcard pool race report. address rehearsal for the world cup. yes, but the arab cup goes box decade before capital 2022 was even a dream. yeah, the 1st tournament was in lebanon in 1963. those original hosting qualified for this edition with a woman. when i read your booty in june. most of the teams won't be here next year, but comparison with the world cup is inevitable. indispensable in the planning for capital 2022 i think was about 98 percent ready completed. and terms of stadium
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where 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 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 day that 7 new stadiums in the 11 years, and kathy was awarded the world cup. the country has come a long way since the main arena was here, though. ha stadium. with any beating about leo will be happy man, 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 regions. football. so did doha, doha stadium was the 1st cross pitch in the golf vis a huge difference between a humble beginnings and now these world cup stadium was a masterpieces. but it was the wish of every play in the world to play back then to
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play against santucci mozilla descent 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 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 catalyst plays will need all the big game experience they can get when the very best arrived in doha next year. pull rece aldi's era.


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