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everything in between, join me, if i take on the lies, dismantle the misconceptions and debate the contradictions upfront with me, mark lamond hill, one out 0. ah, your guy and his army launch his air and artillery strikes in democratic republic of congo against the allied democratic forces on group. ah, robinson, this is ally from joe have also coming up. but he says, sudan use tear gas against counting military protesters heading to the president. so palace demanding a full civilian government. united states, ones, russia against aggression in eastern ukraine. russia says nato expansion into the country would cross a red line. i'm the rich,
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it's gonna be elevate stadium in capital where another well venue is about to be open ahead of a 2022 finals. ah, you've got as deploying troops across the border into democratic republic of congo as a battles, an armed group, gun, and air and artillery strikes have been launched against the allied democratic forces as part of a joint operation with the congress army. and comes up to 3 suicide bomb attacks income. paula killed several people earlier this month. you got an authorities. busy blaine, their own group for the bombings malcolm labs got this update from nairobi. are you going to an army fed person announced to the military operation began with strikes and artillery fire. while you got them, forces are acted against the bases of the allied democratic forces in eastern congress. since then,
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the congolese army spoke. person has told us that ground troops, ugandan infantry, have crossed on foot into east and congo. now you got this government blame the adf for 3 suicide bombings that took place in uganda capital 2 weeks ago. the adf originates from uganda and the 990 ugandan army pushed them into eastern congo, where ever since they had substantial business interest in cocoa and other natural resources found in the areas that they control. but for the last 7 years, they've been responsible for a series of math because again, civilians in and around the town of benny and more recently, further to the north in a, to re proven the congolese army i brought in what it called a state of siege 6 months ago supposedly to stabilize north keyvi province and to re province. but there's been criticism this state to see hasn't worked linked documents show that there was corruption. some of the military budget for the
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operation was being stolen until recently common congos parliamentarians have been calling for another kind of solution. and you can do military entering east in congress with what they hope will bring an end to this conflict. but certainly others are very skeptical about the following. you've gotten this invasion of congo in 996 and accusations of repeated meddling and funding rebel groups ever since then. a definitely let some people to worry that this will cause instability rather than bringing stability to 8th and kong protesters in sit down opposed to the military are outside the presidential palace. in cartoon, the pro democracy movement has rejected last week's agreement with the military, which so della hum, doc reinstated as prime minister. the protesters want changes to that deal earlier . security forces far tear gas to break up the crowds. so the needs authorities released the last of a group of political detainees and tuesday, him organs get more from cartoon processes. i once again out on the street and the
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for the nice capital to me and other cities around the country. they processing the deal that was signed between prime minister handbook and the army on november 21st . now the military took over power on october 25th dissolving the transitional government that was in place for more than 2 years. at least looking for them to have been killed. and more than $200.00 happen enter. it doesn't prevent that people from gathering. once again, they're right now in front of the presidential palace, their destination to show that military that they are again, the takeover despite the violent that has been used in the previous protest. and despite the amount of here got that it's been applied at the protest is here. they say that they will continue to voice their demand for a civilian government because the state that is the only way to ensure that sudan fans tend to democracy is complete. prime minister handle, who has been reinstated in the deal between him and the army, says that he understand the anger and frustration ought to protest against the deal
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. and that they do have the right people protest and they want to express their freedom. but even though he express sent to lamp and that he understands the frustration of the professor that hasn't game sympathy amongst the protective here, they say that the, the prime minister handbook, who was once a symbol of civilian rule, a betrayer, because they did not want any negotiation, or any compromise, or any legitimacy given to the military, they say with that agreement, that is what prime minister the law handbook has done, given the military legitimacy compromise and negotiated with them something they said they are against and will continue to demand a complete transition to civil enroll until that is achieved. ah, well this time next year kata is going to be hosting the fif of world cap and preparation. the golf nation is staging a major test tournament. the fee for our cup, which kicked off today. first game of the terminal, such as your flash model,
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family of 5 goes to nothing and not the same top of group be group pay. there was late john the 2nd in the day iraq salvage to absorb the money that we take and penalties well into all 32 games. and this to be played in 6 stadiums built especially like 2022 world cup. well, host cars are kick off their 1st match against bahrain shortly, and is richardson's out the game alex here brian is going to be watching with a fines. let's go to and the 1st at the bait stadium, i need this is of course, one of those extraordinary stadiums that we've been talking about with the host up against buck rain. what are we going to expect from kata? yeah, the festival just just to talk you through the stadium if it's unlocked, really anything i've ever seen in world football is designed to reflect this nomadic culture of capital in the region. so it appears to be as sort of 10 block structure on the outside. but inside, you've got a super modern 60000 seat to stadium. alba translates from arabic into english is
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home, and this will be where catherine opens. it goes to the world next year. that will come will be where the very 1st game is played on november. the 21st of 2022. now in capsule, the bit full this will come in 2010. they promise the most compact will come in history, in terms of where the stadiums would be and delivered on the stadiums that they are all within a metro ride or a short drive of each other. and it throws up the idea of fans being able to go to more than one match per day. that also shows up the complexity of tens of thousands of fans, criss crossing a relatively small area in a short period of time and, and all the problems may or may not cause. so we'll know this are up, cup will not have the same number of fans they will see in the world doing a to shadow that will cut tournament. so full matches today, just as will be full matches on many days during the world cup to test out stadium logistics. to really stress test the match our system and the organization of the
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roads and everything around the stadium. just to make sure that everything that was promised in 2010 can be delivered next year. i do. thank you very much indeed that sandy had side. i'll beat stadium wild as excitement building ahead of kickoff. let's go to one of us. iconic locations took walker is we're gonna join alexia, brian alexi. i can see the crowds building up behind you. that's been happening over the last hour or so. tell us what is like there. believe it definitely being excitement building here is facially as in the past few minutes so . so the entertainment has kicked off and el bite stadium. you can probably say the crowds have gathered, like people sort of walking by and stopping to have a look at the television and the coffee shop behind me. there is an amazing showcase of all of the talent from the arab world. lots of songs being woven in from all of the countries who are taking part in this era cup, being led by an iraqi singer rocking riyadh. and it really is all about actually having this,
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our cup and culture being awarded. the will happen next year about showcasing this region. and so this arab top is not just about the streets tasting all of those. what will then use, but also other things that go along with it. places like this, the, the tourism destinations, it's about the transport, the security getting people to and from those stadiums and the events that go along with it. at the moment there is an international food festival. there's also a festival around the traditional sailing boats because they really want to show off this region to the rest of the world. and there's also hope that it could at stay pop interest from this region in the beautiful game. and that maybe some of the kids in the family, so a watching the games coming behind me well possibly become future football stars themselves. i know we're going to be coming back to you as we get closer to kick off of another. thank you very much indeed. russian president vladimir putin says any expansion of nato into ukraine would be a red line, he hopes will not be crossed earlier. the u. s. equity of state said any russian aggression in ukraine would trigger serious consequences not to be blanket
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attending a meeting of nato foreign ministers to discuss the build up of russian troops and ukraine's border. sees foreign monitors. say there's been a significant increase in fighting between russian by separatists and the ukrainian military. 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 until that sean is in riga, where nato foreign ministers a meeting. in fact, we are seeing a more pressing subject. now the today on russia is being mentioned by almost every one of the ministers, especially the secretary general of the need to yonce, told him better as well as the secretary of state of the united states. antony
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blinking is also been what sultan beck 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 buildup of the, of the nate to an eastern europe or both in the baltic and black seas. it's only for the purpose of defense. he's mentioned that that a few times actually, both in his doorstep and also in his statement during the reagan security summit. so these, this issue of how to deal with this build up. it was mentioned by both part is the u. s. and the nato on as well. they 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
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detect any conflict. and that's what's been mentioned so far. one is with, has moved from moscow and rushes reaction to the allegations from nature. bottom, a boot in says that russia has red lines. one of those rather red lines is the deployment of certain offensive. what it calls offensive missile capabilities on ukrainian soil is the sort of missiles that could hit deep into russian territory. and foreign minister survey, lovegrove, 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 backed separatists. it reviews it, views, those actions in that part of the ukraine as a threat. and russia says it's ready to respond militarily, if necessary. sure, this is the you 3 move this up. it is posing a direct threat to russia,
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security president putin spoke about it and expanded pennell for meeting on november 18. he stressed that we don't need conflicts, but if the rest cannot hold back, ukraine. now, on the contrary, encourages it will take all the necessary steps to ensure our security. now you could look at russia's acts and actions in this context, 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 this happened, the white house says the present joe biden is preparing for some meeting with vladimir putin now few days ago, the russia, 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 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. so i had an
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artist here, gambling demand more from 6 presidential candidates. there's an election draws near, more on the revelations of widespread sexual, harrison dentistry, alias federal parliament. ah, ah, look forward to parameters, guys. with sponsored by cut on airways. and away we go with your weather story for asia. hello, everyone. good to see. we've got this intensive find disturbing. cindy arabian see it's pushing rain into my harass drive, right into goods. and in the days to come, a goose rats will be under an amber weather alert. could see about a 100 to 200 millimeters of rain. and it may leak in some rain into new delhi as we get toward thursday, off to the southeast of asia. look at the sexual take, you're just east of the philippines. we've got this tropical storm flicking to
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steer towards the north, so not impact land anywhere. also this area of low pressure spinning just so that south is march or the west of java throwing around some rain here and place where we have seen a lot of brain. it's now starting to dry off. that's for the 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 rolling across, said japan, this same band of rain brought more than a 100 millimeters of rain to korea. so it's going to roll through, han shoe and whole kado, but push out toward the pacific on wednesday in dragon. much cooler air soldiers the hive to degrees and same for cargo shima bundle up that sure weather update. c as soon, oh, the weather is sponsored by cataract ways, in the country with an abundance of results for the great foreign, guam, indonesia whose firms forming we move pool to grow and front. we balance for green
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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 be part when denise is growth and progress in indonesia now. ah ah, what you're able to see it out. reminders, help stories this hour. uganda troops have crossed into democratic republic of congo as part of a coordinated operation to combat the army group known as i lie to democratic forces. it comes weeks after 3 suicide bomb attacks income. paula killed several
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people. security forces are far to tear gas at anti military protesters in saddam and outside the presidential palace and call too many want. last week's deal with the military scraps, which song dollar conduct reinstated as prime minister. theo secretary of state warned russia that any aggression in ukraine will trigger serious consequences. antonio lincoln's attending a meeting of nato foreign ministers to discuss rushes build up. a troops on ukraine's border or ukraine has accused moscow of mobilizing tens of thousands of soldiers near its border. sees far, monitors, se there's been a significant increase in fighting between russian back separatists and the ukrainian military. charles transferred to portsmouth frontline with the ukrainian military near the vault village of jana thawing rain pitch black. this is a front line trench in easton, ukraine. we follow ukrainian army soldier who leads us along the path with mud.
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filming using night to vision, there are trenches like these that snake hundreds of kilometers across a conflict zone, in which more than $14000.00 people will be killed. you sound that machine gun bar echoes through the blackness. so in the last 10 minutes, sounds like a lot more smooth homes are coming from the direction of don, yet gambled. the commander is taking us up to a ford homes lation post. that is a lot closer to separatist positions. we reach the observation post with 3 soldiers stand in the cold. they are nervous until us to keep our voices down because of the enemy is close to the pussy oak up a little myriad newsletter. it's sporadic shooting from both sides because we can't see anything even use in the night. vision. little of the moon use
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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 stalked. 23 year old roma joined the ukrainian army 6 months ago, was trained by the u. kay's royal lancers, as part of nato's mission to defend ukraine against what it says is russian aggression. non yes, you must admit, we have a lot of things to improve on. the trainers had great combat experience, so we learned a lot from them. i joined the army because of the injustice on watson and our people are forgetting. there's a war going on in our country. we alleged 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
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himself, he says he had friends who joined the russian bank 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 lost. reconciliation will take generations. these people have crossed red lines. so what kind of friendly relationship could there now be? early morning the light reveals trees in the foggy gloom. the rain has stopped. soldiers discuss the night's events and plan, looking out across a 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 war dinner. eastern ukraine. fan says iran must engage constructively in discussions to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal. representatives from russia, china, germany,
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france on the u. k. met randy officials in vienna on monday. the us is there, but it's only holding talks in directly around one sanction lifted in return for limits and it's nuclear program. a far rise commentator in france has announced he's going to run next year's presidential elections and exam. more is known for its hard line anti immigration views, and attacks on islam facing charges of insipid rachel hatred of making comments about unaccompanied child migrant children broadcast. it was convicted and find some of the charges in 2011 campaigning for gambit as presidential election is in its final days. the country seen a significant improvement and freedom of speech since 2017, as alady to suppose for banjo. gambino are now demanding more from their leaders on gumby as paradise beach, lemons, jewelers resort, has reopened, but operates at only 25 percent capacity. 10 months of to lockdown and with news
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emerging of a new stream of the covered 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, in the us is that we see that will be viable in the future. you know, to go a look into other ventures, contribute alcorta in national development, lemon july'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 for young years, young population, job creation remains of 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 fertilize. at gumby as busiest marquis du seneca, all in jest, textiles trade is thriving. she says getting for my long term ruler,
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yaya jamie, out of power an into exile is one of the biggest democracy benefits for the gambia, minnesota platinum. most of them previously there was no freedom of expression, nvidia, me to be to this interview, shows things have changed a lot less. thank no one get to go back 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 electro, with the university of the gambia says the vote means different things to different generations. while the old talk about the peace instability after jamie, the younger generation is demanding more answers. inaction on critical issues, including the truth and reconciliation process. i think that the record would be a critical issue. how are they going to address that is, is important, but also providing the social economic development for this country. because at
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some point we talk about, you know, security issues and, and we look at it from the fact that there are a lot of young people in this country without jobs. and i think that will be a challenge that any government will have to address. but us is a 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, when the presidency must not only address the key development issues, but also manage the complex diversity is in the gambia. how many degrees al jazeera, by jewel, the gambia, under the people in the libyan capital of protesting against upcoming presidential elections, the calling for them to be postponed until a constitutional referendum takes place. if i was trying to vote is scheduled for the sum of the 24th, but parliament has yet to agree in a constitutional framework to hold the election. china's president has promised african nations 1000000000 corona virus vaccines and increased economic assistance
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. today's summit in senegal is focusing on business security and the pandemic. china is africa's largest trading partner with nearly $190000000000.00 and trade. the meeting takes place after a recent visit by the us secretary of state to boost cooperation. report in the stillia has found one in 3 people working in the federal parliament as experienced sexual harassment. the independent inquiry into parliamentary workplace culture was ordered by prime minister scott morrison. so clark reports, after 7 months, nearly $500.00 interviews and $300.00 written submissions. australia is 6 discrimination investigated, 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 rights
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allegations made by parliament member exposed to her boon and 6 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 worryingly, lower level of reporting, indicating that it's not safe to spake. i may 11 percent people are heard experience sexual harassment in a poem entry. workplace reported their experience is trailing prime minister with 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 disturbing. i wish i found the more surprising
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but i find them just as a boring 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 recording me and mom has delayed dividing to the trial of our city there also. so she until next week. so she's facing charges of incitement and violating corona virus restrictions. she was detained in february when the military seized power. it's been 3 months since the departure of the last u. s. military aircraft from afghanistan, mocking the end of america's longest war. the legacy of the chaotic withdrawal is still being felt by those who lived through it. robert bride reports from her at the chaos at cobble airport last august symbolized for many the pain and failure of
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the 20 year war by the us and its allies. with the sudden collapse of the afghan government crowd stormed the airport, trying to get out. some desperately hung on to the fuselage is of departing plains only to fall to their death. 20 year old markets door worker solo. man sophie was one of them. he told his mother he wanted to earn more money to support the family and pay for his younger brothers medical treatment lamentation, regular learning of the law. well megan, come out of them. he said to me, mother, they are taking people abroad for free. and if you allow me, i will go somewhere and make money for my brother's treatment. i said, no, this is a lie. don't do this. he left anyway and hung up on a 1000 more people besieged the outside of the airport, held back by taliban fighters. i had 2 in hyatt worked for
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american contractors as a security guard and wanted to be flown out. did you by chance? am logan been kindle ariella? i went to the airport twice with my kids but couldn't get through the cross to the gate. and so i came back on for many hopes of getting out faded with the departure of the last military transport late on the night of august. the 30th is the helmets of the body armor, with an event marked by thunderous taliban gunfire into the sky's sky. but that began as we were on air, why we are since then with international support and technical help, airport operations have been restored with the resumption of some charted and schedule flights. even when flights out of afghanistan are back to normal hurdles will remain for people wanting to take them. there are problems, getting passports and visas. then finally got country willing to take them in. many
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like higher to still waiting for a special visa that will entitle him to supper with his family in the u. s. and the kind of burgundy, there is no kid and my kids of no future. my daughters used to go to school, but now they sit at home in 3 months after the end of the us presence here, the sudden departure and the trauma caused by it will likely be felt for months if not years to come. rob mcbride, al jazeera herod, afghanistan. ah, this is al jazeera, these are the top stories your hand and troops of crossed into democratic republic of congo as part of a coordinated operation to combat the armed groups known as allied democratic forces. it comes weeks after 3 suicide bomb attacks and kampala killed several people. security forces have fired tear gas at anti military protesters in sudan.


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