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mostly settled conditions across the middle east. hello everyone. there is one exception. as we look toward the levant, we've got a storm system swooping in. let you take it toward wednesday, swath of rain and we're really going to see those winds pick up for bay roof. got to about 70 kilometers per hour. we'll go in for a closer look in effect, but there is some nice weather to be found. we look toward pakistan, sunny in the south, correct for 29 degrees bit more cloud cover. the hor right through to his lama. but now to the eastern med because this is also plaguing turkey, seen, it gathers steam through the eastern edge of fire, who's of rain, anton talia. so we'll look the pick up 50 millimeters of rain and look for those winds to go to 65 kilometers prior. that's on tuesday. by wednesday, here we go into the levant. this becomes a story for you. and again, the root could see the wind gusts up to 70 kilometers per hour. exceptional heat, central africa put the colors on here, the darker the red, the higher the temperature jubal 40 bungie 36. you could match your december record temperature, which is 36 degrees further toward the south. disturbed weather is southern angola,
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southern botswana, northeast of south africa. so we've got storms from bill, a whale rate through to johannesburg, but it's nice in cape town, the height of $23.00, that's a season. ah. as a cannon ball, i watched these scenes with horror as a kenyan sumani, i feared the backlash ethnic somalis had long been the target of intimidation and persecution in kenya. oh no, no. what a woman wasn't it? mohammed a doubt travels through his homeland to reveal how his people and family have been subjected to years of brutal discrimination to circle the way we are treated in a country where colo algae, europe, correspondence, can you hear it? anticipation these rising excitement is growing as castaways brings your
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favorite team to cut off for the fee for arab called 2021. greatness is in the air, late sore is won and will reach new heights. join us in cut off from november, the 30th to december. the 18th booked the old package. now at cats, i always dod called blue ok, welcome back. you're watching the news. 28 minutes to the our let's recap your top stories. the police's don have used gas that possessed us with thousands gathering in the capital cartoon to denounce last month decision by the prime minister to planet deal with the military costume has seen frequently last month. this demands
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grow for a return to civilian rule. me and my military chief fence reduced the jail sentence, handed to the deposed leader, switching from 4 years to speaking to this program. a spokesman for the us said peaceful democracy was the only future path available to me and that can be president out of my borrows has been declared the winner of the elections on saturday. but opposition challenges are rejecting the result he received 53 percent vote. well ahead of the nearest rival, within a double the russian president is in india, attentions rise with western countries about the developing crisis in ukraine blood we put in is in delhi for a day of talks. top of the agenda, the delivery of the russian made s $400.00 missile defense system. the russian and indian foreign ministers held a meeting ahead of the summit server. laboratory criticize the us for undermining defense cooperation between russia and india. will you witness?
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that is on the about the do live, it states have to undermine the school duration. and that through making g a, b, that miracle. notice before will there miracle vision of how this region should be should be developed. and though in france, leon firmly explained that the sovereign country and they will decide on whose weapons to buy and who is going to be a bottle of india in these and other areas. ok, let's get more on this tracking that story for us out of the delhi is al jazeera correspondence. elizabeth parent. hm. so liz defense deals very much the centerpiece of this discussion. tell us more. yes, absolutely. peter. are the 2 leaders, president futon and prime minister, moody, they, you know, spoke a lot about the 2 countries, very close historic ties that close relationship now about advancing their trade
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and investment ties about their shades, shared security concerns and have gone down. but on the defense deals of very much the business part of the summit. this is an annual summit between the leaders of the 2 countries, but as the 1st time since it's been taking place in 21 years. that the foreign and defense ministers of both countries also how's talks and what came out of that as we just hearing from in the foreign secretary that the 2 countries signed around $28.00 agreements are memorandums of understanding. the defense deals are the most significant part of those. and the main one is india, a deal for india to buy $700000000.00 worth of advanced assault rifles from kalashnikov. but very importantly for india, that's a deal that involves technology transfer would be assault rifles being made in the indian state of the provision. the 2 sides also discussed the delivery of the
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russian as $400.00 missile defense system. that's a $5400000000.00 contract that was signed about 3 years ago. but the delivery of the 1st part of the s 400 have begun. india has gone ahead with the deal, despise our warnings from the us. you know that it could attract sanctions. liz, this relationship goes way back. i mean, this goes back to what the, the 1950s, the 19 sixty's. it's been strong and solid ever since, but there are some pretty big challenges around the corner. perhaps. yes, bear the has come under somewhat of the strain. you know, the defense deals that was very much the easy part of the summit. and the sort of gracious challenge and this india russian relationship is in the globe and ties with us, which russia isn't happy about. but also rush is very close relationship with china . those dynamics have large over their relationship. more recently,
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india has not been happy with russia over what it perceived as russia. sort of all the chose to pakistan with the taliban takeover is gone on. but despite those differences, they see a lot to gain from maintaining the close relationship. russia remains in the biggest supplier. you mentioned crimea, while india has always supported russia, when it comes to crimea at the un security council, and india really needs russia right now. what's happening and i've gone to san rushes influence with the taliban and i've got to sort of address india security concerns about any large bond take over the computer, the implications for the region. but also very importantly, even closer to home, it needs brushes, influence the china as military india and chinese military is very much remain in
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a very tense. the end off on the indo china border. please. thank you very much, elizabeth. thrown them. they're reporting live from new delhi for the news. good talk season. i still fighters have launched attacks on multiple villages in northern iraq, burning down houses and killing 4 members of the kurdish pash mugger forces. the villages surround the city of kear cook. i so briefly claim to have captured one of them before it was taken back by the pash mugger. iraq declared victory over iceland 2017, but it's fighters have continued to loan. sporadic attacks. the death toll from indonesia, his volcanic eruption has risen to steam with dozens more badly injured and many still unaccounted for. more reigns expected in the coming days. about could hamper rescue efforts to lead wolf has more scouring through the rubble ploughing through volcanic, the breed that has now begun to harden the hope that these rescue workers might find survivors is diminishing by the hour. even for the lifeless
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bodies recover beneath the rubble. a sense of relief among emergency crews and deliver to me. thank god, we found the bodies of these victims and retrieved them. answers for loved ones in this moment, or better than news. those who survived are still coming to terms with their ordeal . ha, it at 1st i thought it was a bomb explosion, and all of the sudden it was scenario erupting and spooling volcanic ashes. suddenly it was all dark, like it was going to destroy the earth of my children were scattered around my husband was not found. and i was waiting for him, and then we fled to the evacuation camp. job as large as volcano unleashed a thunderous plume of ash high into the sky on saturday, raining down on thousands of panic. people below and swallowing up entire communities in its path. mounts the mirrors, spewed more ash on monday,
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forcing rescue teams to retreat in their search for survivors. waterways around the volcano, polluted with ash, now appearing as streams of dark sludge and with more rain on the forecast, there is a chance a new river of hot lava could spew, further affecting rescue operations. images from above show the scale of the devastation down below. desperate people salvaging all they can from their wrecked homes. indonesian authorities have advised locals not to travel within range of the mirrors. crater. many of the survivors in hospital have severe, burns, some with up to 80 percent of their bodies burned. most people are complaining about having difficulty breathing and feeling dizzy. some of them have medical histories, like hypertension, with not enough space. the truth, the injured families pack mix shift shelters as they wait to hear from relative
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while at the volcanoes, observatory, officials are searching for any sign of new activity and sending out warnings as far as guzman. as asking my see, the status of manchester. sheryl is still at level 2, which means that at this level the people need to be more vigilant because the potential threat is still there when to go. that was by then. what many people still wonder why they weren't warned early enough? the for saturday is devastation. join wolf out as 0. now the prime minister of the solomon islands has survived a no conference vote in the parliament. it follows last week's riots when crowds burned on dozens of buildings and you'd, you'd shops in the capital hunting era. at least 3 people were killed in the unrest spot by long simmering regional rivalries, economic problems and accusations over china's influence over the government. troops from australia, new zealand, and other neighboring countries have now been deployed, while the prime minister defended the government's actions shortly before the vote
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. i did not allow myself to suck ha to the dictates of hooligans and lawless order thing to participate in congress intervention forces were on the ground. mister speaker to help returned normalcy in our country. on behalf of the people and government i express our cynthia. thanks. depends prime minister has signaled a major change in defense policy, which includes developing the capability to strike enemy bases for me. okay. she doesn't answer is being seen as a response to an increasingly assertive china and an unpredictable north korea. japan's class of its constitution. since the 2nd world war has historically constrained its military policy. now to kick a stone where a growing energy crisis is pushing the country to increasingly rely on coal. as in
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basra, b reports from bish keck. that's hindering the government's response to pollution. from a vantage point overlooking bish heck, it's easy to see why curtis don's capital is routinely ranked as the most polluted city in the world. air quality can be so poor. buildings don't disappear into the horizon. they disappear into a cloud of smoke chimney stacks at an aging power plant. the main culprits dystopian giants dominating the skyline over a modernizing city all year round pumping smoke into the air and industrial waste into a nearby landfill. the carbon footprint of the cities combined heat and power plant is enormous. but it's still not enough. near the power plant, people are forced to burn cold to heat their homes in winter. you get to go all the way with we don't use much electricity. we fire the pit and because we light fires and others do the same, the air goes bad. if you wake up in the morning,
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everything is black around there. sing on tv every day, to save electricity, use less and get other light bulbs. we don't use electricity, so if we're not going to burn coal, what are we meant to do? it burns dirty and all over the world, there are calls to reduce its use. but in kurdistan, coal is king cheap, available, and essential to the power grid. built by the soviets, this coal burning power plant has been the main source of generating heat and electricity. ferguson's capital, bish tech, since the 1960 the countries power infrastructure as almost entirely soviet era with little to no investment in clean energy. this facility was abandoned after the fall of the ussr and never came on line. the current government plans to open it after retrofitting for natural gas, but the plan too expensive, is now on hold. and as long as coal remains a quicker fix, the possibility of more pollution hangs in the air. you know, just that if i,
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if they would stop burning of coal and if the power plant was also working, it would be good. pollution is harmful for kids. on the other hand, it would be good if the power plant was working while it's not working yet i'm not afraid. but maybe in the future i will give the demand for more power will mean burning record amounts of coal and coming years. more air pollution almost inevitable, leaving residents with little choice. but to write it out, said basra v o 0 whiskey. still ahead on al jazeera far will have all the sport. yes, we're live from our special era cap studio here in del how we'll have the latest from 2 more games that are underway now. as a group stage, ramps on ah, on counting the cost all my drawing puts oil and stuff markets into
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a spin. and the global economy baffled through another setback, also green hydrogen haps, but clean energy of the future. and the billionaires broadcast doesn't big box. india's i p o produce counting, the cost on al jazeera is done with oh, lou.
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oh wow. really or live from algae there a special studio for the fee for our coffee tournament, doubling up as a major warm up event for the cat, our world cup. next year. hello, i'm far as small. plenty of sports news for you, including one of the most dramatic formula races you'll ever see. and calling maury cow, a blows of 5 shot lead in the bahamas. it loses his chance of becoming goal. world number one. the last 3 quarter final spots are being decided in the aircraft, syria are up against mauritania. welton is yeah, go for school. the day against the u. e. and china has threatened the us with firm counter measures. if it goes ahead with
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a diplomatic boy caught the beijing winter olympics, ah was there were, there were the last of the quarter, final spots are up for grabs, tennessee are open, they're scoring against the ease. they looked to bounce back from defeat to syria. it's one mill coming up to half time the i'm ritz with some strong defense is they also look to qualify for the knockout and the other game underway at the moment, syria or play mauritania? no, no, so far, and we'll keep you updated on that one. and kept our play iraq later and group a having already qualified. i'd go live now to andy richardson, who's out the base stadium for that game. and andy, a big question ahead of the world cup is how well can cats are doing have not played up that level before? what encouraging signs have we seen so far at this tournament?
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well the state today must be the castle football association, is for the national team to get it out of that group that will come next year into the last 16 at the very least until the 1st same true to the were the 1st names for the quarter finals at this tournament, ashby said they will get a very favorable drop. the will cut particular for this never qualified for it before the be seated, talking in that group, which means i will least avoid the absolute top nations for the rest of the world at that stage. and the best tournament it is useful. go to the same level as the world cup with a getting used to playing in these welcome stadiums, particularly the alibi t stadium by me now where they'll kick off the will come next year. and they're also getting used to playing in front of expects and home supporters. so often with the international teams around the world, there is pool on the players between club and country. we've been reluctance to release spies for their international games. that is not the case here. in capsule, we're getting it seem ready for this will come as being prioritized over the last few years that is allowed. all these players are all based within pub seems in
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capsule to be released for the international team as and when required. that meant they've been out to play as guest invitees, and for them it's like the gold cup in north and central america and the copper america. and more recently as a guest in by t and a european world cup qualifying group. there are also a group supplies that really know each other very well for look at the place and only play from the castle now from a faith. and that was ali. they were together, but under 19 level in 2014, when this, the national see one on the asian championship at that age group. the same can be set for the coach. been extension of spain has been with capsule full, 15 years now. so this is not a team, it's just been thrown together of this world cup. some of the challenges laid back by some of the results in those european friend leaves. they suffered heavy defeats against the locks of portugal, serbia and the republic of ireland. but this tournaments will just give us a few more just whether or not on the home soil. they really all ready to take on
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the world this time next year. and also a page. i want to ask you what, how the organization of the error pack on that far do you think that the main point of this, so don't be on the football, is to give the organizes address rehearsal for wants to come. the kickoff and it is a late one relatively locally to 10 pm, but the will be games about time will cut because not as prime time in europe, 7 o'clock, 8 o'clock, depending on where you all format. she's in the sarah cup just as it will be. in the welcome next year to give the organizers chance to get organized final idea has been the big drive for a lot of supporters. it's something an additional form of identity call that you need to get into the stadiums. they're having problems printing them out, fans complaining. i think you're not hours to get them. it's got to the point where they dropped the system. now the rest of the told them you don't need a final id now with your mash tickets to get into the stadium. but that's the point
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of this sort of flag of issues. and if there is going to be a fun id system next year, there probably will be giving them 11 months now to get that problem sorted out. all right, and richardson reporting live for us. i will speak to you later. thanks for now. all eric have is a warm up event for the world cup next year. when catch her was awarded to turn ruins. organizers set up a legacy program called generation amazing, which works with under privilege communities around the world news. earlier on a new spoke to the programs director enough for corey we started with the region mainly looking at a disadvantage community. obviously there's a lot of refugees in the region around syria. jordan levin on many, probably a senior refugee syrian refugees. so then you know, in 2010, 2011, i was kind of the focus. we were building se spaces and creating community clubs for these disadvantage. youth expanded since then to other parts of asia as well in
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the new paul focus on because of all the market worker populations come to our working on world cup facilities. we decided to get back to those communities were now in the caribbean, central america, and northern america. you know, as a federation with coca cola, this is a joint program that looks sort of violence and gender equality as well on using sports or specifically soccer and football. g as a tool to kind of bring people together and create a more inclusive society. is the message of gender equality and inclusive. it is an important one to get cross gender equality is something that we focus on and stress across all our programs. and with all the partners that we work with, we make sure that there's a equal splits, engender as well. recently we have the woman's football march and one of the worlds of stadiums for the national team. this is a group that the got the state of thought on the miss. you find foreign affairs,
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have evacuated to the ha and jordan. we built an indoor facility for girls to to, to, to be able to play football and, and be safe. so we created an indoor facility, this is an, an, a refugee, an opposing and refugee camp and enjoyed them. and so we, we basically look, listen to the needs of a lot of the girls in the region and try to basically use, give them access to play football. we want to maintain this legacy and we want this to continue to grow. and you know, for other hosting nation that would be bidding for world cups to think about, you know, to, to look at g as an example of jesse. and so we're trying to create a foundation that will last, you know, beyond the world cup of all my one wild championship. what me to side in the final race of the season. that's up there. louis hamilton edged out latch for shopping and dramatic saudi arabia. grand prix. favorite stokes has the action. ah, the 1st ever formula one right in saudi arabia is not we'll move to get in
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a hurry. from the moment mich schumacher crashed on lap 10. it was almost impossible to keep up. several more incidents followed. and the rate had to be reached, darted 3 times with the momentum, constantly shifting between the title contenders. there was hamilton started on pole, but after the stoppages it was championship lead up, match for stepan, who found himself out in front. hamilton was quick though, and he made his move only for the stepan to block him legally. ah, which dappled with an order to let hamilton pass? but as he slowed, hamilton went straight into the back of him damaging his front wing. ah, the mercedes garbage wasn't impressed, but both cars were able to continue and wished up and did eventually that in by, hamilton took the victory and picked up a bonus point for setting the fastest lap it means after 21 races, the 2 drivers are both locked on exactly the same points going into the season
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finale next week. i saw don. oh, i wanted to let him by. so i'm on the road but he didn't want to overtake and, and, and then we we, we touch. so yeah, i don't really understand what, what happened there. i didn't quite understand why, but sunny hit the breaks pretty, quite heavily and then and then i run into the back of him. and then he, then he moved on. so i didn't understand exactly what was going and i got a message afterwards that is going to let his boss. so it was a bit confusing. so it all comes down to a when it takes all right in abu dhabi next week for stephan chasing his 1st will title goes into it with more victories, which means hamilton needs to beat him. if he's to claim the championship for a record 8 the time they'd folks al jazeera china has the threatened when it describes as firm counter measures at the u. s. proceeds with a diplomatic boycott to the beijing lincolnshire olympics. he was president joe biden says he's considering the move that would still allow athletes compete. china
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has been criticized over its human rights record, is also international, concerned for the well being of tennis star, punish way after she accused a top chinese official of sexual assault. china's foreign ministries as a u. s. boycott would be an outright political provocation. you guys want to shoot, don't, don't touch what the u. s. should do is refrain from politicizing sports and stop playing up the so called diplomatic boycott. so as to avoid affecting dialogue and cooperation between china and the u. s. and other important areas. if the u. s. side is bent on going, it's on why china will take firm council measures. so that's all for now a reminder of our top story. the last quarter final spots suffer, grabs the 5th era cup to knees and leave you a e one. now while it's goal is between syria and montana, that's all for now. we'll be back in a few hours time for another sports update at 18. 45 g m t. stay with us here on out there after the break. we've got another news updates.
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for the 1st time since the lead up to the 2nd world war, the nobel peace prize has been awarded to journalists, maria rest, and dmitri morocco for to receive a 2021 prize for their courageous contributions to freedom of expression. in the philippines and russia and an exclusive interview live from all slow, we'll talk to this year's laureates about the challenges and dangers of doing their job and the significance and protecting democracy. the nobel interview only on a jazeera december on, and just either guitar hose, the feedback, erica, a momentous event for the region, and a glimpse of what's in store for the 2022 wildcat. people in power invest the gates, the use and abuse of power across the globe. a world exclusive interview with joint nobel peace, laurie recognize the safeguarding freedom of expression as a precondition for democracy and lasting peace from shore documentary to in depth
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explain his portal. showcase is the best voucher 0 digital content as the year draws to a close. we look back at the events that have shaped the news and look ahead till next year. december on a jesse europe, lou. thousands of protest as incident, once again demanding the military step back from politics. ah, again, peter, they'll be here until how you're watching al jazeera, also coming up. mammals, military chief, has reduced the sentence of the deposed liter. unsung suit, she just hours after handing her a 4 year term castle and turkey pledge to work together to support stability in afghan.

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