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the oh, the, the world health organization is advising, unvaccinated and vulnerable people to postpone travel. as more countries are 4 cases of the new corona, virus variance, new findings show on the kron was present in europe, days before south africa, sounded the alarm. ah, the lawn hadn't think of this is i just need a live from the house or coming up the uganda and a democratic republic of congo carry out joint attacks against the congolese rebel . good nato warns russia will pay a high price if there is any aggression against ukraine following the recent troop
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build up. hello, we begin with the latest on the code. 19 pandemic, the world health organization urging unvaccinated and vulnerable people to delay that travel plans. and it says, blanket travel restrictions won't curb the spread of the army kron variance. candida is expanding a ban on travelers from african nations to include egypt, nigeria and malawi. travelers from other countries now require a mandatory covey 19 test. and brazil has become the 1st latin american country to report on the cross cases. it's one of the worst covered 19 affected countries with more than 600000 death. more than 20 countries have so far reported cases of the new cove in 19 variance. the united states is one of them, but health us experts there are testing samples to detect the new variance. allen
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fisher reports from washington be guided by science as a new variant, but familiar advice from the united states. if you're not vaccinated, get vaccinated, get boasted if you are vaccinated, continue to use the mitigation methods, namely masks, avoiding crowds and poorly ventilated spaces, choose outdoors, rather than indoors. keep your distance, wash your hands, test and isolate if appropriate. there are no signs of the period in the us, but other countries are stepping up measures to stop at spreading. in japan, for example, all 4 nationals have been banned from entry that last month and traveling japanese citizens and residents will have to quantity for 14 days on returning to the country. many nations have already been travelers from south africa that would stop the spread, says the world health organization. we are trying to warn the other country of the emergency that might be bid that be coming through. and those countries are now
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tight or so to try that little bit to get prepared. or if should this particular pathogen enter into their territory the supposed to do, but closing the borders of pain into certain countries for entering. i don't think that will, will stop markets have taken a have since then you varied with an answer. but unless see a short term shock. we do look for the economy to pick up again, especially spending on services in the 1st quarter and going into to the spring, the northern hemisphere spring in the 2nd quarter. and beyond that we look for above average growth next year. public health experts say that it will be 2 to 4 weeks before the know just how severe the on the con very is. and whether or not the come back scenes can stop it. i will, fisher, i'll just see it a washington. a south korea is reporting a new daily record of nearly 5200 corona virus cases. it is struggling to contain
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a sharp rise in infections and death, a strained health care system, as prompted the government to show plans to further relax restrictions. it's also imposed travel bands for several countries to stop the spread of the army. kron variance scotlands and the netherlands have confirmed. the variant was in europe before south africa alerted the was health organization last week. the health authorities. busy say they've detected the variant in 2 samples for november 19th. scotlands 1st minister also says 9 cases reported there are linked to a single event. on november 20th, germany's incoming chancellor says, mandatory vaccines are necessary to contain a 4th wave or sholtes once parliament to vote on the matter before the end of the year, dominic cane has moved from berlin. the seriousness of the coven situation here in germany, his focus many mines, both medics and ministers on what they can do to try to dampen down this wave of
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covert that has been washing across the states of germany for many weeks. now. in one sense, the politicians have decided to decide later many of the ministers who took part in the digital conference on tuesday afternoon here in germany, we're trying to get some form of decision that might help them in their individual states. but in the event, what's been decided is to wait, we know what's going to be on the table. we know that the incoming chancellor, all of shots wants to see what's called in germany and inflate a mandatory vaccine requirement for everyone who has not had one will have to have what he wants, the new parliament to vote on that. he is also in favor of reducing the length of time that a person's vaccine states us actually will apply. so the moment in germany, it's a 12 month period. he wants the vaccine status of a person only to last 6 months,
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which is far shorter than what the e. u has proposed recently of 9 months. uganda is deployed troops across the border into democratic republic of congo battles and on group there. it follows air strikes against the allied democratic forces, part of a joint operation with the congo leaves army. the group is based in eastern congo and his pledge allegiance ty, so began to blame him for 3 bomb attacks in kampala earlier this month. malcolm webb would this update from nairobi. you gone to an army folk person announce to the military operation began with strikes and artillery fire while you got them forces erected against bases of the allied democratic forces in eastern congress. since then, the congolese army spoke person has told us that ground troops, ugandan infantry, crossed on foot into eastern congo. now you've gotten the government blame the adf
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for 3 suicide bombings that took place in uganda capital 2 weeks ago. the adf originate from uganda in the 990 ugandan army pushed them into eastern congo, where ever since they had substantial business interest in cocoa, the 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 status siege 6 months ago, supposedly to stabilize north tv province and it's hillary province. but there's been criticism that the state of siege hasn't worked. linked documents show that there was corruption. some of the military budget for the operation was being stolen until recently common congos parliamentarians have been calling for another kind of solution and uganda and military entering east in congo with what they hope
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will bring an end to this conflict with. certainly others are very skeptical about the following. you've gotten it in of congo in $996.00 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 the 8th. and the u. s. 60 estate says any russian aggression in ukraine will trigger what he calls serious consequences. antony blinking his meeting nato foreign ministers to discuss the build up of russian troops on ukraine's border. bernard smith's report from moscow, nato foreign ministers say that will be a high price to pay for any new military aggression against ukraine. and moscow was reminded the west has already used economic, financial and political sanctions. we have seen the rushes playbook many times over,
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and part of that playbook is to attempt to create an manufacturer, a so called provocation, as justification for something that rushes planning to do. all along, and so whether, what's been reported fits into that playbook. i don't know. ukrainian force is a facing off against russian back separatists in the east of the country. there's been fighting on an off there since russia amex crimea, from ukraine in 2014. now for the 2nd time this year, russian troops, a building up along ukraine's border. moscow dismisses as inflammatory, any suggestions? it's preparing for an attack. and present, vladimir putin says he has his own red lines. if nato countries involve themselves further in ukraine, if it is some kind of strike systems appear on the territory of ukraine, the flight time to moscow will be 7 to 10 minutes and 5 minutes in the case of a hypersonic weapon being deployed. creating such threats in ukraine poses red
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lines for us, but i hope it doesn't come to that. i hope that a sense of common sense responsibility for both countries and the world community will prevail from russia, says nato has deployed a significant amount of military hardware near its borders. in june, joe biden, and brought him a putin held their 1st summit. it came just a couple of months after a russian troop of build up along the border with ukraine. now here's another build up on the kremlin, says it's holding behind the scenes talks with the white house about another possible summit. the bad, not the ministration says it doesn't know of any plans, but it does say it's been holding talks with russian officials about ukraine. bernard smith, i'll just sarah, moscow, sudanese security forces have use tear gas against pro democracy protesters rallying in the capital. thousands came out to reject a deal between the military and prime minister, which so de la,
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handled reinstated last week. hey, bill morgan reports from cartoon starting from the heart of dance capital for 2 protesters gather once again. this come to demonstrate against last month military take over, which saw the 2 year transitional power sharing government dissolve the chance at various slogans, but the demand was the same. they don't want the military to remain insur, dance politics. and i'm a we here and so to needs every way have come out for the same reason. today we want freedom pace and justice. we want to complete civilian government without the military. the military should stay in the barracks and focus on the country security at the borders and not get in governance, nor military will rule this country. this country is the country of the people. the government is for the people and the military should be in the barracks to use this protests were held near the presidential palace. protesters are also angry at for dance, prime minister of the lamb duke for signing
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a deal with the army on november 21st. the deal saw him released from house arrest and reinstated to his position is also included the release of all political prisoners arrested by the military. and on the day of the protest, the last of those known to be arrested were set free. some who were released earlier joined to use this protests coming out of the idea. we were treated with professionalism while we were detained, but detention is detention and a violation of rives. we got news of what's happening outside and that people have been continuing to protest. seeing people out on the streets, disease the pine we've been failing, even though we have lost some. ha, ha, ha ha. all the states also witnessed similar demonstrations. police use dear guys and stung grenades. the dispersed crowds in front of the presidential palace. several people were injured, and according to my dex, some hospitals that provided medical care were rated with protesters who were seeking treatment, arrested. prime minister ham doke has said, protested, have
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a right to freedom of expression and peaceful protest. at least $41.00 protested, have been killed since the military took over last month. and more than 200 have been injured. despite the violence that they've been met with protested state, they will continue to voice their demand for a complete civilian government to ensure so dance transition to democracy continue for many here and around. the country. reason for continuing to protest is in the main slogan. they repeat, yeah. after living under a military dominated government for 30 years and overthrowing it in 2019, they said they will not return to the same rule that they fought so hard against he but morgan, artist, era houghton. i still ahead on al jazeera. i am rob mcbride in western afghanistan at the border crossing with the ron. let's bring up a roberts up of the volatility on both sides of his frontier. and the fee for arab cup is on the way here in contact with another 2 stadiums for next year's woke
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up opened ah look forward to brighter skies the winter sponsored by cattle airways. and away we go with your weather story for asia. hello, everyone. good to see you. we've got this intensive find disturbing. cindy arabian see it's pushing rain into my, harass drive. right into good to that. 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 steer toward the north, not impact land anywhere. also this area of low pressure spinning just so that south of march or the west of the java throwing around some rain here and place where he has seen a lot of brain. it's now starting to dry off. that's for the vietnam. still
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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 $100.00 millimeters of rain to korea. so it's going to roll through horseshoe and whole kado, but push out towards the pacific on wednesday in dragon. much cooler air soldiers hiv to degrees and same for cargo shima bundle up that sure weather update season. oh, with sponsored by casara, always the listening post cuts through the noise. we're talking about competing now with the modern day tools being used to perpetuate there's competing narrative separating spin from fuck all 3 versions of the story and the name of the truth. but the full story remains and culture unpacking the stories you're being told,
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it's not a science story at all. it's a story about politics, the listening post, your guide to the media on a jesse hero. ah ah. again, you're watching idea a reminder of our top story. the world health organization is urging unvaccinated and vulnerable people to delay their travel plans. brazil has become the 1st latin american country to report on the kron cases. uganda is deploying troops into the democratic republic of congo as a baffled arm group. as off the air strikes against the allied democratic forces, part of a joint operation with the congolese army, the u. s. sector,
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your state has warned russia that any aggression in ukraine will trigger what he calls serious consequences. anthony blake and is attending a meeting of nato foreign ministers to discuss russia's build up of truce on ukraine's border of the united states and the taliban have concluded. 2 days of meetings here in casa where they discussed the humanitarian crisis in afghanistan. the taliban has asked us to unfreeze assets and remove sanctions. the u. s. is calling the taliban to ensure the rights of africans and form an inclusive government. the united nations says more than half of all africans on now suffering from acute food shortages this winter. the agencies are warning of a potential crisis in neighboring countries. that's us. thousands of people continue to flee. afghanistan. rob mcbride travel to the afghan board of town of islam. cala, which has seen
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a recent surge of people crossing in both directions with its cross border traffic and people in goods. islam hello provides a good indicator of the problems facing both afghanistan and iran. the surge of people trying to leave afghanistan as the taliban took over, has eased in recent weeks, assign according to those guarding this crossing. the conditions have improved. oh, come, governor, come find whatever problems the migrants had ordered. they've been solved for vehicles, including trucks are moving freely again with that sort of considering this is such a sensitive crossing things on the border itself are pretty relaxed before now. we as visitors, would have been held way back several 100 meters and several fences inside afghanistan. now we are allowed to approach up to the borderline itself. the last hello check point is right here. this is where i've got to stand and beyond. here
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is iran. and taliban officials were eager to show us how they are also tackling smuggling and illegal migration across this 1000 kilometer border. but in the nearby major city of had that there's a constant line of people that side the iranian consulate, hoping to get visas to leave. and here and throughout the country makes shift camps of internally displaced. people have sprung up as the new government struggles to cope. bussey kids of a sudden moped winter is now sitting in. if there's any kind of humanitarian assistance from whatever countries we would appreciate and accepting. back at the border, coming in the opposite direction as a steady stream of afghan deportees from iran. many of the victims of iran's long standing program, a forced repack creation because of its own worsening economic crisis. article
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doing but job again. it's my 1st time back and again, it's 10 after 20 years with me and all these people around me have experienced lots of problems in iran. but they're now joined by more recent arrivals who fled after the taliban takeover? actually i was able to get to, to leave my country, need my house, lead people like nasa on behalf a who refuses iranian soldiers of mistreating him. and actually i was trying to get to europe. but at the time when i was getting to iran, i got so difficult. the soldiers all for the border of iran, have trying to kill you or just arrest you when they are rescued, they will punishment. they will give you as punishment as a animal. 2 months after leaving, he's back where he started, but says he won't be long before he's on the move. once more. robert bride al jazeera islam harlow afghanistan. a wednesdays meeting at the united nations house
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to tackle who should represent afghanistan and me and more at the organization. both countries, democratically elected governments were toppled earlier this year. now they see that the world's biggest diplomatic table is in limbo, disease. diplomatic added to james page reports less than a month after the military took over his country in a coup in february, man mas ambassadors to the un spoke out in the general assembly in our fight against the military regime. ever since the generals have wanted to follow him and replace him with their own ambassador gould, him is ex, i was appointed afghanistan's ambassador to the un at the end of july, but less than 4 weeks later, the man who appointed him president asher. af ghani had fled and the government he represented had been replaced. the taliban want ambassador is exiled to be replaced by one of their spokesmen so hail shaheen. the un general assembly has a 9 member credentials committee,
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which must decide who should have the un seat in both cases. one of those members is russia. does it believe there should be a change in representation? it's very philosophic question. i will say sort of difficult to answer yes or no in this regard. russia of course, prefers to interact with those who represent their countries for the present. the governments, kelly curry was one of the us is baset, is that the un during the trumpet ministration? she's also a strident advocate for human rights in mamma. she told me her experience suggest the un will try to delay any decision and wilful moral blind was prevail. show that you have a very weak secretary general is not a strong leader who's not going to push parties to make difficult decisions and who won't, won't take the necessary leadership to push the system out of its current. right. so i think that
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a continued stay says status quo that that pleases no one is the most likely outcome. yes. whatever the committee decides, this is not the end of the matter. the committee will come up with a report then goes to the entire un general assembly. james bays al jazeera of the united nations. a european diplomats have urged iran to show it is serious about salvaging the 2015 nuclear due. on tuesday, representatives from russia, china, germany, france of the u. k. met with iranian officials in vienna. iran one sanctions lifted in return for limits on his nuclear program dosage. a body has been monitoring the talks from the austrian capital. nothing is agreed upon until everything is great. those are the words from union deputy foreign minister, alibaba who is leading the reigning delegation here in vienna. he said that said they will continue these talks. and on tuesday, there was a working group between the iranians and the europeans about how the united states
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will remove the sanctions that is imposed on her on since leaving the nuclear deal in 2018. they renewed very specific lists of demand. and on tuesday evening, the reading deputy foreign minister met with use and re k moran to discuss what will take place in the coming days. on wednesday, there are due to meet with the europeans about iran's nuclear program. and of course, the europeans have said that if iran doesn't show, there's serious, there could be a problem here before the weeks. and the thorny issue is, of course, iran use of advanced centrifuges to enrich uranium and the international atomic energy agency who is supposed to monitor iran's nuclear activity, says they are no longer able to fully see what are on is doing since they started to reduce their cooperation with the agency in the coming days, it will become much more clear whether or not there will be another round of talks in the near future. i'm not free of for presidential candidate for the ruling.
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national party of honduras has conceded defeat in sunday's elections. a means has left his opposition. rival schumacher castro will become the country's 1st female leader. the national party has been plagued by scandals and corruption accusations . castro says voters have in her words, reversed authoritarianism. one of the lane maxwells accuses has testified on the 2nd day of the 6th week long trial. the british socialite is accused of recruiting and grooming, under age girls for the convicted sex offender jeffrey epstein. gabriel is on those been following the trial from the court in new york. this was the 1st time or now on day 2 of this trial. peculiar maxwell has come face to face with whenever accusers, the accuser is going by the pseudonym jane she's being referred to in court. she says that she was 1st approached by d lane maxwell. when she was sitting at
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a park bench, eating ice cream with friends, she was 14 years old at the time. she said it started a simple conversation. but then alternately, it was the start of years of sexual abuse at the hands of jeffrey epstein. and at some point, jane testified even gillian maxwell, prosecutors in a very dramatic moment in the court room asked jane if it was so bad at any point. after all this transpire, did she consider taking her own life? and her answer was yes. there were times on the witness stand that she broke down briefly in tears explaining her fear and anxiety of being called by jeffrey epstein to come over to her one of his homes for what she knew would turn into a sexual abuse that went on again in her room in her testimony for years she was so young at the time, all this happened, she did not even have
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a driver's license. so in many instances, epstein would send a car to pick her up and bring her to one of his homes or fly her there. now it's going maxwell, it's on trial. so the key part of this testimony is, did glen maxwell recruit, and then groom jane for this alleged abuse. jane answered very clearly over multiple questions in her testimony. yes. to both of those and not only yes, to being recruited and groomed by maxwell, but also she said maxwell was present in the room or took place or took part in some of the sexual abuse on multiple occasions. now the defense did briefly offer some cross examination before they adjourned for the night, and the defense is basically starting delay. the argument of this happened more than a decade ago. why did you not report it back then? and why did you wait so long? we'll hear more from the defense on wednesday,
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but clearly very strong testimony in this courtroom on tuesday. the now this time, next year cutter will be hosting the fif. oh, well come and in preparation, the gulf nation is hosting the fee for arab cup as a way to test the infrastructure that will be used in 2022 to you then use for the walk up where you write it on tuesday, including a bait stadium the crowd there were treated to a 1st that when via hosts nation, they defeated behind one new alexi. o'brien joined some of the fines watching that game in the capital though ha, one year out from the world cup. and this era cup is an important strace paste, not just of that all important football infrastructure, but also places like this. i'm going to walk in which was built around a traditional trading market. and it is one of the cities biggest tourist
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destinations. you have to remember that cutter is home to people from 19 different countries and the people who don't have the country represented in the arab cop or even next year's world cup have taken on cutter as their home team. that's why many who couldn't head down to the stadium for the opening match between cutter and bahrain hated here. so the souk and state blood work, who is in the to fill in the atmosphere was great. the opening ceremony was something to be proud of and to celebrate. the performances were good and honestly something extraordinary. and if the hey on the opening ceremony was a success she, it was exceptional organizations, the celebrations. everything was put together perfectly. in the 1st game, we saw golds and strong performances. i hope the rest of the air seems to have a successful competition, especially the commission to you. while the arab cup will attract just a fraction of $1200000.00 visit is expected for next year's fif at world cup. it's
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still an important taste of the traffic. it's security of public transport. fans are being encouraged to take metro shuttles to the stadium, and they have to have a fan id which gives access to the stadium and also free travel on public transport . on the days they go into a match. but really, both competitions are about putting this region on show its assets history, its culture about inspiring more love for the beautiful game and perhaps inspiring a future football sta. ah, no, i was get around them now the top stories on edges of the world health organization is urging unvaccinated and vulnerable people to delay that travel plans. reserves become.


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