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oh, hello. yeah, but its own mozilla. no real short documentary from borkin of fossil and synagogue eliminate your ha relief employee comedy my he feared recycling give to i'm wonderful. the man who plants vow bobs and i reference 3 africa direct on al jazeera. ah or me chrome being more times miss abbey circulating at the same time i was built up is leading to a soon army of cases. the founder bank takes a dangerous town in countries around the world, pushing health systems to the brink of collapse. ah.
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and i want money inside this is al jazeera, lying from day ha. also coming up for the session like elaine maxwell is found guilty of grooming teenage girls to be sexually abused by the american finance. yet jeffrey epstein fighting intensifies between me on mos military and ethnic armed rebels, forcing thousands of people from their homes. and north korea's great success, i came, john own marks 10 years in power and come to more armed animal isolated with delta. and on the con, there is a coven, 19 of feeling what the w h o has called a su nami, of cases sweeping across the globe. on average 900000 new infections are being reported every day. many countries, including the u. s, australia, bolivia, and several european nations have hit new records. france, for instance,
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has reported 208000 new infections, the highest ever recorded in europe, fats, to new infections every 2nd. the government there has made masks mandatory outdoors in paris. a fearful of the economic impact of forcing millions of people confined to their homes. countries. sanchez, italy, spain, and the u. s. are shortening. quarantine periods and easing isolation. bowls. ne barker has mo, from london. across europe. their accuse outside coven, 19 testing centers. as a search of corona, virus infections take home here in greece. planned restrictions are being brought forward up to the number of cases more than doubled in a day. the world health organization, the moral conscience of the crisis monk, 2 years since the start of the pandemic, with a warning to rich nations racing ahead with their vaccine booster drives. this is
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the time to rise above short term nationalism and protect populations and economies against future variance by ending global vaccine inequity. i want governments industry and civil society to work with us on a campaign that targets 70 per cent vaccine coverage in every country. by the start of july, many wild leaders, including the british prime minister, have thrown their weight behind, getting a 3rd dose of a covey vaccine into as many arms as possible. we know on becomes a mile to varian and that those admitted to hospital is spending less time there. but it's highly contagious. meaning large numbers could still need hospital care. it's also affecting frontline staff numbers, absences tripled in london's hospitals this month. and nearly 10 percent of the
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city's firefighters called in sick, overwhelming majority of people who are currently ending up in intensive care in our hospitals are people who are not boosting i. i've talked to doctors who say the numbers are running up to 90 percent of people in intensive care. we're not boosted . if you're not vaccinated, you're 8 times more likely to get in the hospital all together. in germany, an urgent appeal for people to rein in new year's celebrations. the number of cases there is now believe to be $2.00 to $3.00 times higher than official figures. bitter fancy and gustavo police celebrates in very small numbers and do not endanger each other because the cow reported incidents of cases undermined the danger we are currently in. the rise of alma cron has dashed hopes that the worst of the pandemic is over. but the w h o insists 2022 must be the
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year. it comes to an end. ne parker al jazeera london and in the us cases have increased by 60 percent, although hospitalizations and deaths remain low. the centers for disease control and prevention say new infections off being driven by the exceptionally transmissible or mccomb variant bus tend to heidi jackass for his live for us in washington. heidi talks through the latest coven numbers in the states when the lien at the highest daily new case is ever in the u. s. were now at 267 happening now in the north eastern part of the u. s. with places like new york city here in washington, d. c. and surrounding states. people queuing for hours in search of coven tests, and then one in for, in many communities coming back positive. now if there is some silver lining, it's the evidence that here to the omicron variant is resulting in milder
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infections. because while those cases of jump to some 70 percent since a week ago and number, the hospitalization has not kept pace. that's gone up by just 15 percent, but when you just look into each individual case, those are still each person occupying hospital beds and hospitals are swamped with many counties declaring local states of emergency and warning that soon these hospital beds will all be used up, bowling money, thanks for that, hardy, j. castro, the 1st live in washington. a jury in new york has found the british socialist socialite, delane maxwell guilty on 5 counts, and a sex trafficking trial charges against the former associates of the american financier and convicts of pay to fall. jeffrey epstein includes sex, trafficking of under age goes a trial include a testimonies by for women who said they were abused as teens some as young as 14
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years old, 6 year old max will, could spend the rest of her life in prison. the road to justice has been far too long. but today, just as has been done, i want to commend the bravery of the girls now grown women who stepped out of the shadows and into the court room, their courage and willingness to face their abuser, made today's result. and this case possible. oh, elaine maxwell's defense team says they will appeal we firmly believe in the lens and obviously we are very disappointed with the verdict. we have already started working on the appeal and we a compliment that she will be vindicated. gabriel, amazon has been following developments from outside the courtroom in york. it was certainly a dramatic final day here is a little bit before 5 pm here local time in new york when the jury signal that they
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did finally have this verdict, 6 charges. it was complicated, i'll quickly go down them. conspiracy to entice miners to travel to engage in illegal sex acts, the jury found going maxwell guilty, enticing, minor to travel, to engage in illegal sex acts enticement not guilty on that one. the 3rd count, the conspiracy to transport a minor, to engage in illegal sex acts guilty, transporting a minor guilty conspiracy to commit sex trafficking guilty and the big one, the 6 count sex trafficking of minors. guilty in all that's about 65 years in prison. the keeling maxwell now faces in terms of her reaction. when the verdict was read lane, maxwell was stoic, she did not cry, and as the verdict was read, her lawyer put her arm around her. she whispered,
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some words that were inaudible to her lawyer took a sip of water as she was led out of the court room by us marshall's. she did not look at her family and gave no visible reaction. she will now be led back to the metropolitan detention center. us next, your state anthony blinking has called on china and hong kong to release staff members approach amongst the media outlet who are arrested on wednesday. 7 current and former staff members, the stan, knees were held on suspicion of publishing. additional articles, homes and offices will also rated the new says it's shutting down. offsets assets were frozen. the unsecure to counsel has demanded accountability for the killing of $35.00 civilians, including children. and may i must kaya estates, and the states calling for an immediate cease fire. the fighting has escalated
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between the military and ethnic can armed grapes. thousands of refugees are, shall strain in neighboring thailand. tiny cheng reports from the ty bought a town of may soft. trade resumes across the time. yeah. mar border of the weeks of bitter plaiting in the area. long boats laden with goods bearing their loads to and fro. the murray river that divides the 2 countries has been quiet for several days. the further inside manama fighting has been fierce. the battle rages inside the grounds of this temple in the town of may taught her lay fighters from the korean national liberation army against forces from mere mas army and border defense force. it's an uneven fight. the fight is for independence. placing a fully equipped modern army with heavy artillery and an support most potent weapons, they have a rocket propelled grenades. this man crossed the border with a group of rebels overnight. he wants his identity hidden,
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but he says it's the attacks from above that most people fear. les ativa now, and i don't know exactly what they are profound, but the throwing large bombs out of the helicopters and soldiers sitting in the shop is firing machine guns at the people below. no ha, despite being out gun, the perrin fighters moreover appears to be high. even though dirt madden compare with the tried the am i to like that a bundle? we don't care? well, we do believe it at the end of it it we, when and it's clear the cease far that has held for a decade is now shattered. so we'd know we are clearly know that they make a very big offers into our you have to take over our land to our country like that . on the tiny side of the border, the state of high alert has been load. the time military are now considerably more relaxed after the fighting appears to have moved away. but they're still monitoring very closely watching any one who's going up to the border. but inside myanmar,
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an estimated 20000 people have been displaced by the fighting. they remain and make shift shelters with limited food and water. and despite the law in the fighting, many don't feel safe enough to go home. tony chang al jazeera on the time. yeah, my boredom are still ahead on out. his era o c c o, memorial services are held across the country of south africa, remembers anti apartheid icon. archbishop desmond to you ah ah, look forward to brighter skies the weather sponsored my cattle airways. hello, i'm afraid we have more heavy snow in the forecast,
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the parts of japan over the next couple of days. we have seen that record snowfall to know them. areas of japan, this area of low pressure will sink a little further south. was the cold front, dragging more cold air over the sea of japan, and it pushes its way into western pass of con shoe and on into hawkeye, and becomes even more expansive as we go on into friday. so some parts could see maybe 50 or 60 centimeters or snow further 50 or 60 sent me so it will cause further disruption. we will have power out just worry about as well. for the south . it is generally dry. further west is dry, but it is cold, crisp, sparkling sunshine, there for sol, with a top temperature minus 4 celsius. much of china will be dry and settled. can be of sunshine. it's sunshine and showers, as per usual across southeast asia, some heavier ones just coming back into the malay peninsula. some parts of thailand, nolan areas of malaysia sinks from heavy downpours. chrissy, some live showers to just pushing into southeastern parts of india over the next
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day or so. we've seen some foundry show showers just pushing across the northeast corner there. now clearing away folk coming back in very cold up towards the northwest. but there's that wet weather into algebra dash and campbell, now due for the weather, sponsored by catera always in 2002 coins and bank notes marked the launch of the euro. today is the official currency of 19 of the 27 members states of the european union. on the 20th anniversary of the euro entering circulation, al jazeera investigates how the eurozone benefited from having an official currency . oh ling, the powerful to account. as we examined the u. s. sheets role in the world on al jazeera. ah
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ah, he watching out as a reminder of our top stories this, our jury has found british search, like elaine maxwell guilty on 5 counts, and his sex trafficking trial charges against the former associates. if the american financing and convicted peter fall, jeffrey epstein include sex trafficking of underage girls, 60 or maxwell could spend the rest of her life in prison. delton alma called therein. suppose 19 a feeling what the w h. i calls a su nami, of cases sweeping across the globe. on average 900000 new infections have being reported every day around the world. frances reported 208000 new infections, the highest ever recorded in europe. that's 2 new infections every 2nd and in the us cases of increased by 60 percent,
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although hospitalizations and deaths remain low. now, as we mentioned earlier, countries like italy, spain and the u. s. have been easing quarantine rules for those infected erin sorrow as an assistant professor, microbiology and immunology at georgetown university. she says the science backs the u. s. cdc's decision to shorten the recommended time violation. it's still a 10 day process, and this is something that was developed and, and decided on, based on the science that we've gathered on oma. and the idea is that if you test positive, you isolated home for 5 days, and if you are asymptomatic or if you clear your symptoms, therefore you don't have a fever after 24 hours or for at least 24 hours, i should say. then that is followed by a 5 day period where you should be masking around others. so it's still 10 days. it's just now 5 days. so my solution and then 5 days of wearing
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a mask. if you have cleared your symptoms or if you have always been asymptomatic and that's based on what we're understanding on the replication and transmission rates of all micron for a delta, i think it's important to consider that that 10 day quarantine at home for those that are on vaccinated, they really need to stay at home if they become sick and, and home ice late for those 10 days. this guidance has really been updated based on what i think we've learned based on breakthrough case. it was on the cra, hamas has denounced a visit to israel by palestinian president, mac newt abbas his meeting with the israeli defense minister penny counts. was the fust in the country in more than a decade. i'm a spokesman said it deepens the palestinian political division and complicates the situation. county office said a series of confidence building measures were discussed, including the transfer of payments to the palestinian authority. usaa motion
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presidents will speak on the phone on thursday as tension surrounding ukraine continues to escalate. the white house national security council says joe bought and requested the call to vladimir putin and it comes ahead of us. russian talks in geneva next month. motion to nato countries have expressed concern about russia's ministry build up along the border with ukraine. it's been 10 years since came john own became the leader of north korea. he took control back in 2011 after the death of his father, kim john in while his leadership style has been widely criticized a broad few at home dec question, his grip on power touch hello has heard a young report. so he became north korea's leader before turning 30 at the time many hope king jam own would lead the country into a new era. one though it opened the reclusive nation and its economy to the world.
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these undertaken ones only have 100 got instead kim's decade empower has been defined by brutal violence, nuclear weapons and meetings with donald trump. later, we will have to work with them. it wasn't easy to get here. and o prejudices and practices worked as obstacles in a white forward, but we are became all of them. and we're here today. i'm president of meetings to gradually the nuclear arise, the north in exchange for sanctions relief, ultimately failed, and threats against regional neighbors and their allies continued. you will want to join it, he will. the entire united states is within range of all nuclear weapons, and the nuclear pasa is always on my desk. but kim's fixation on nuclear weapons has come at a heavy price. the united nations and others have kept tough economic sanctions to ga ga. could young book put north korea has been working towards to huge goals,
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strengthening national defense, and improving living standards. living situation got worse because of sanctions of the pandemic. if all honey kim's appetite for international respect has led him to the global stage, but his leadership has been described as ruthless with reports of executions, including against his own brother, rivals and dissidence, say, poverty, and starvation are rampant ah, to mark 10 years since the death of his father, king john ill, north koreans were reportedly band from laughing, drinking or shopping for 11 days. came now leads of political dynasty, spending 3 generations. that few dare question. nissan fish that are foreigners hold on kim is emulating his grandfather because many people missed the past. so he tried to look and dread similar to his grandfather and shed tears while giving speeches. that's ca split them. union don't get much is still unknown about the
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young leader, including his long term plans for north korea, katya lopez, so the young al jazeera, i speak to daniel pinson. he is a lecture of international relations at troy university, joins us now. life from so many thanks. for joining the program, daniel. so i north korea, in the middle of a key party meeting. do you think we are get clues on the country stands on nuclear talks with the u. s, which have been at a stalemate for some time. now. thanks for having me. yes, the party meeting is going on. the plenary it should end up today or tomorrow would be very unusual if it were to extend past the new year. that would be a sign of some divisions within the party leadership. but i don't anticipate that it all is far as nuclear talks are, are d nuclear zation. the north korean leadership is always happy to engage in dialogue
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or diplomacy as a peer nuclear weapons state. they might engage in some type of arms control or some kind of caps. but as far as the nuclear ization it's absolutely inconceivable . ringback it would contradict all of the leaderships beliefs in ideology. so i think we have to be realistic about any talks that might come in the future. talk us through some of the challenges that north korea faces today after a decade of kim john at his helm. well, the regime is wedded to a classical socialist economy and socialist development. it's repressive dictatorship. of course, it's a hybrid economy. people point out that markets have flourished in there have been market activities. kim, dylan has tolerated market allocation more so than his father did. however, economic sanctions have been brutal and even more so the pandemic,
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because of coven northridge has closed down its order, and trade has dropped to a trickle. so, smuggling and trade had been a lifeline through the underground market economy. but that informal economic sector is really been taking a difficult hit because of this pandemic. and now the regimes under greater resource scarcity than usual. and they're trying to navigate their way through this economic hardship. do we have any real idea about how ordinary north koreans feel about his leadership? well, that's difficult to, to, to say, even the leadership, those with the best information inside north korea are skeptical about the information. so leaders in dictatorships, they have to monitor a loyalty. the very concerned about loyalty, but even if you're dis, loyal to the regime,
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you have to feign loyalty. so that's something that the dictators are concerned with. and they have better information than we do. but i'm convinced there's a lot of dissatisfaction in north korea, but of course, expressing that is not a very good idea for your own personal survival. minge ian of south korea is reaching the end of his term. how much pressure does that put on south korea? the u. s. to reach some sort of a conversation with north korea. well, president moon has been invested in seeking reconciliation with, with north re spend a lot of personal capital and political capital on that. i, however, of his, his term is coming to an end. so he's thinking about legacy issues. i would argue that the national interests are much longer term and out live the personalities.
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so i don't expect any kind of a sudden reconciliation or some kind of piece agreement. i think we can be in this equilibrium, this sub standard or sub optimal equilibrium for a long time into the future. daniel kingston lecture, if international relations at troy university, thank you for your time. my pleasure. well, d, nicolai's, asian off the korean peninsula is one of the u. s. president j biden's foreign policy priorities 2022 may see a pivot from the oval office and pressing global issues. and the growing threats from china and fish explains if the white house was a circus. joe biden would be plate spinner in chief as he enters into his 2nd year in the oval office. good afternoon. he's got a lot to do with internationally and domestically. this is a world wide challenge and the consequences if one of the plates fall could be the
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effect of end of his presidency by the end of the year. top of the list of challenges like it was when he was sworn, n is covered after confidently claiming he was in his words kicking the viruses. but in july it came roaring back. and no oma crone has to be dealt with a lot, don't is unlikely. another economic shock isn't and with job numbers not really should be, and the cost of basic goods rising. president biden need some good news for american families. he delivered an infrastructure built his build back better bill is essentially dead. but he still believes he can get parts of it through congress, increasing help to american families. but some washington watchers say he still has other campaign promises to deliver. democrats have been so badly out messaged in their messaging a so atrocious that or even with bill back barrow, they're going to have a difficult time. they have lost the bad all the messaging battle on inflation and
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inflation is indeed hurting a lot of americans then brings mid term elections normally considered a referendum on those in the white house. i'm not recommending for every future president that they take a shall lacking, like very like i did last night. biden has an approval rating of under 50 percent. that could mean him losing the house, maybe even the senate. they try getting anything done in washington with both houses, not in your control. what is happening in the plan. so he could turn to foreign policy to get winds before the 2024 presidential election. were those closest to one. so you run against the pictures of the frantic withdrawal from afghanistan on the bike and white house. if the country again becomes a base for islam militants, he'll be at the button for the failures of his and other administrations. he wants a new nuclear deal with iran, there are talks, but the half the deliver america is worried about china's growing influence is
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expanded military, it's economic power. talks between the 2 leaders effectively went nowhere. ari and then there's russia with cyber attacks, increased activity on the u, came border. biden's white house seems to be waiting to respond to what comes next . i think he's already had some important foreign policy successes. i think that the united states has sent a strong signal to russia with european partners out of russia invaded ukraine, would pay major costs. and i think that's likely to continue to deter russia from invading ukraine, going forward as biting heads into the new year. he's hoping, delivering big domestic success will make americans feel better about where the country is going. we can deliver real people, results that are going to affect our lives. but if they don't, they could decide they don't like the act. and it's time for the bite and circus to move on. i'll and fisher, i'll just either washington the russian and u. s. envoys said that ron euclid talks have mess on the sidelines of the
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negotiations in vienna. moscow's representative said coordination between them was key to restoring the deal. it comes off conflicting messages about progress on the 8th round of discussions. iran and russia say a deal is with in site that washington is expressing caution. sharon wants guarantees that sanctions on all its oil sales will be lifted. memorial services have been held across south africa for anti apartheid icon. the archbishop desmond tutu who c c o into faith services were held in memory of the nobel peace prize laureate, south africa is observing a week of national mourning for 22 who died at the age of 90. he was the 1st black archbishop of cape town and rose to prominence in the 1980s as an opponent of apartheid to his funeral beheld on year's day.
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ah! this is al jazeera, these you top stories, delta a nama con, variance of coven 19 a fueling monitor, w h o, cause a soon army of cases sweeping across the globe. on average $900000.00 new infections are being reported each day around the world. this virus will continue to evolve and threaten our health system if we dont improve the collective response, right? no delta and or me, kron are tween threats that are driving up cases to record numbers which again.


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