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the sun to the northwest. oh, the weather sponsored by cataract ways. ah, this is al jazeera ah. hello, i'm emily anglin. this is the muse our live from doha, coming up in the next 60 minutes. because it's don detains, its former intelligence chief on suspicion of treason. after days of violent protests. at least 22 people die in northern pakistan after getting stranded in heavy snowfall. a weekend curfew is imposed in new delhi as india reports his highest number of corona virus infections in 7 months. ah, and celebrations in south africa as the ruling
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a and c party celebrates is 110th anniversary amid internal divisions and allegations of corruption. i'm john ashworth. sport is no joke of his lawyers, a fight against his deportation from australia. court documents reveal the tennis dog court k with 19 again in december, which is why he was granted a medical exemption for the australian. ah, hello, we begin in kazakhstan, where authorities say they have detained the full and national security chief on suspicion of treason. after days of violent protests, the unrest began over shop rising. the prices of liquid petroleum gas which many used for vehicle fuel. they spread to the capital and president casem german to kai of authorized his forces to fire and protest is without warning to kai of says,
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the anger against his government is being orchestrated. why? by what he calls and bandits, he's told russia's president of letting me a persian, that while the situation is stabilizing. what he described as attacks were ongoing . more russian lead forces have arrived in the capital l, mattie the u. s. secretary of state and me blinkin says he has concerns about the regional forces deployment. we are encouraging everyone to find a peaceful resolution and constructive resolution to the situation. when it comes to the cfo, we have questions about the nature of the request. why it came about were seeking to learn more about it. it would seem to me that the conduct authorities and government certainly have the capacity to deal appropriately with, with protests, to do so in a way that respects the rights of protesters while maintaining law in order. so
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it's not clear why they feel the need for any outside assistance. ok, let's get more on his story with robin forest walker, who's in tbilisi, georgia. hello there. robin. thanks for being on the news. our. there are lots of moving parts to the story, but one of the biggest developments is the rest of this security chief. can you break it down for us? sure, it's hellishly complicated. i'll do my best. and i think we should refer back to secretary blinking comments in a 2nd when we talk about why the c s t o a here. but what appears to be emerging is that kerry must seem of the head of the security services of cause it's gone. he was fired from his post daily this week, but so was all of the government under the president. but now the news emerging that he's been arrested and charged with treason indicates that there appears to be a political power struggle that has been going on in kazakhstan between president
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for kayak and the former president. no. so can, as by, of who, despite having handed over the presidency back in 2019 continued to wield significant power in the country and must see most was one of his guys. now it seems that took, took, i have may have the upper hands having dismissed my scheme of arrested my females and dismissed other figures from their rows including the former president. that's a buyer who has a role. it's had a chairman of the security council. now it seems that the car has the upper hand and he's doing that. it appears due to his agreements, clearly thrust out with vladimir putin who had secured the block that has been able so quickly to deploy the catholics dog. so having russian backing behind him appears to be a signal to all those in the political elite and cause it stop. that's okay. if it's now the manager really in charge in control of all the leave is the power in,
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in the country right. way appreciate that. update. thank you very much, robin at forest walker for us. ok, let's get some further. it feather now says, now i'm bringing it ben and god. when, who is the head of analysis at the prism and political risk management? he joins us live at via skype from london, thanksgiving on the news, our been there sort of 2 events happening here at the moment. you've got the anti government protests and in the powers straggled domestically, took us through these 2 key elements. absolutely. right, and i'm really glad that you've pointed that out because a lot of what we've been seeing in the media has been conflating. these 2 are these 2 events. this began, as you've noted, with these anti government protests. but these protests appears who triggered a cataclysmic fall out between the current president, president to kind of and actually the former president, who as the previous speaker was saying, holds an awful amount of authority within the country as to his family. and so i
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think we should be careful to separate, particularly when we're talking about the on the violence on the streets law. marty that is not at all related to the process that we're seeing in catholic charm, which is a legitimate process. but this on violence is much more related to the struggle that we're seeing between president kyle and his predecessor, president, former president as a buyer. and we're hearing from the president of ukraine, the current president of ukraine, the situation is stabilizing. do you believe that we've been speaking to people on the ground across kazakhstan bert all week, and we'd be speaking also with members of the investment community who work with. and that does indeed seem to be the case. however, we do not exclude the possibility that things could flare up again. the nasa by a family are extremely powerful within chasm storm. and so i don't think we can exclude the possibility that there could be further unrest in the country as this power struggle continues. in all we mentioned earlier in the show that we had the
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arrest of their security chief on suspicion of trays. and what's the significance of that arrest? carrie must seem of the security chief is really the grey cardinal of the regime of nursing by the former president. he was prime minister twice head of the presidential administration and critically had the security services his arrest. and actually the public announcement arrest suggested to cobb is moving extremely boldly in a way that most people did not anticipate a tool to dismantle the remnants of the very powerful member by reason. so really his arrest is assign, the not only have there been dismissal the result of these protests, but actually the also regime the allies and family of nurses come as a buyer are also being moved out of power. and as the previous speaker said, current, he seems to have the upper hand and that is likely to
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a significant degree due to support problem. let me put you and you also had these protestors who were rallying against the price of fuel and living conditions. and that doesn't seem to be a resolution to that. what's next? and how do you think the people of cause it's donna, i going to deal with the coming days and weeks? so our initial assessment with these protests broke out was that the protest in west context on going to be a long running and potentially very dangerous situation for the government, west coast star, where all of kind of stones, oil and gas presents really located. but it's also one of the poorest regions of the country. and for the last 30 years, there's been a tremendous amount of unrest in that region. because the populations of those regions believe that the oil wealth has not been shut equitably. so we may see resolution to this political crisis if to carve is able to gain the upper hand and
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stabilize the situation and see this. so should be kind of my issues they've been going on for years. and of course, with the global inflation crisis with the my team crisis situation in terms of so you kind of got worse president because of his sort to deliver reforms, but i will likely it was reforms such as liberalization of gas prices that is triggered the process so i think certainly from an investor point of view, we can see may be a big slowed down in some of the economic reforms that present car and price. yes, plenty of moving parts to the story. i really appreciate your analysis. they have been godwin from prison, political risk management. thanks your time. thank you. moving on now into ethiopia, where at least 56 people have reportedly been killed in an air strike in the northern to grind rage and the strike a camp for the internally displaced in the town of the beach near the era train
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border. it comes as the open government announced it was releasing a number of high profile political prisoners, including members of the to grind, rebel forces. federal officers say it's time to promote national dialogue after more than a year of war with the rebels. joining us on skype from stock home is tech ly. deborah michael, he's a writer for t g hat dot com, which document the conflict in that to grey. thanks for being on the news. our tech ly. let's get your perspective of the release of the political prisoners 1st half significant is this move and will pay the way towards a peaceful solution which the prime minister is, is suggesting. thank you. so with the news of the pond in the high profile, it's got prisoners that you mention was announced yesterday. some members in the international community went into a party mode saying this is the right direction and that the pressure they have
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been, they have been mounting. be hot. now, truth about this was positive news, a signal. what is to come? but i'm going to ruin the party a couple of hours later. you did what you just mentioned. can you use item which was acquired and drawn into wisdom, to grab it and rein bonds, chilling 56 people and wounding war done? i think 80 people strike. i think it's important to see that release of the prisoner and its proper context or the past month, tens of thousands of grants and around what was happening in the something about unknown by releasing about i think 6 people 73. yesterday, he tried to create a positive environment around him to kind of chris roost that international community. but he was interested in the go see ation on resolution. there's
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a conflict. in fact, he continued doing what had been doing, which is bombing on trying to advance advise me. totally interested, right? speak. troops are trying to enter into, to write that the grant of money is due to want to resist. so on the ground, there is no sign to suggest that the problem is that he's interested in negotiation . but of course, he's trying to create some sort of positive news around by listing these high by cut prisoners, which i think it's important to mention that they haven't been convicted of any crime. they're having to be any official charged again. so we still even if, pardon, because pardon would imply that they had been tried or convicted of any of any try . and so what do you make of the timing of all of this? so you've got the announcement of the releasing of prisoners on one day and then the following day,
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you've got this dry coming. what's the play at what i think it's important to mention about the release of the political prisoners can follow in discussion the crime had with us and what we to, to get a hold of africa jeffrey now they haven't. neither of them have spoken about the nature of the discussion that they had yesterday, but they came directly following the discussion. so i would presume that the envoy trash had the prime minister to release some prisoners. the cardinal. and i'm sending you signing that piece. maybe they want to create some positive news around but we knew that was outraged. was it something but and overseas? i think to kind of puppy fight them to appease to partner with he was something,
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i'm not happy. well, we appreciate you breaking it down for us to lie. deborah michael from p g hat dot com. appreciate your time and he's allen. thank you. moving to pakistan now with the interior ministry says at least 22 people have been killed after attempting to watch the country's 1st snowfall this winter. many had ignored warnings by them not to go outside. thousands have been left stranded in the mountain. this town of murray about 30 kilometers, no vase of lemme bad. and electrical supplies have also been disrupted. come out hotter ease in islam a bad and says the military has been called in to help rescue people. dens of thousands of papers decided to go to the station, mary, and i did also of a popular tourist destinations patiently during the winter when people come to watch the no, but there's also a alexandra fish that make failure because according to reports about
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a 100000 re code, right to that station. i have a station that has narrowed roads. they were wanting heavy, you know, that led to our daughter catastrophe because of was stuck in the way her entire family is. we're getting report care because of the reading read, the record robot doesn't have to know. and this particular read the system had nerve damage and the daughter along the quarter. larry, i bite, particularly up in the mountains because we have report at g 2 full of you know, had been reported in certain areas of the avalon chair. the landslides have blocked the road and did help. god had led to the chief minister now declaring an emergency guard in the interior minister gordon. the patter military bought it in the military to come and help rescue people and of gloucester stop more people from
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going to die at his station id. morehead on the news, including mexico government is accused of negligence. as the country reaches 300000 corona virus, death in the grip of a mega drown, but could latin america, 13 year old, dr. po, become the new normal. and elijah trailing replacement were tend to test cricket to put the home side on top in the bowls. ashes tests against england demo will have all those details. the more info court documents have revealed a tennis, diane nowak joke of, ich tested positive for over 19 last month. and his lawyer said that's why he had a vaccine exemption to enter astrology. a legal papers show he tested positive on december 16th, despite that he attended a number of events at the time without wearing a ma school social distancing footage of which has been posted on social media.
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ciocca, which was denied entry to australia this week to play in the open. he's always trying to overturn the cancellation of his visa. he's now being detained in melbourne hotel. meanwhile, supporters have gathered outside his hotel. the astronomy and survey in the chamber of commerce says his detention is due to failings by both the victorian state government and the federal government. it also says officials of trying to rid themselves of responsibility, resulting in his phases cancellation. andrew mccormick is a 7 you sports journalist in melvin and has more on the latest developments. about 35, i use a court documents were released up pertaining to know that john beaches died in court, which is set monday here at 10. i am an invoice documents, it is revealed for the 1st on that positive took her on of ours on december, the 6th thank now he thought, along with the guidance from tennis trial, yahoo and bing revealed, i told was that one of those went backs and i had one of the ways i could get
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around entry into australia was going to target in the past 6 months, then they were exempt out both getting backs and i did in the could in the country without foreign saying. now that is the case. sticking points here and it says that a fall, i kinda strongly gone and he did everything that he was told to do. and when he taught us, drawing border officials said no, just because you detect positive probably in the past 6 months, that is not a good enough excuse. and that is not a valid reason for entering the country without foreign painting. so that is sticking points here. and it's been revealed honestly, i've been testing positive on the 6. thank these movements around that time and me, december. how come on the scrutiny on easy instagram? you can say for photos we, serbian officials accepted stamp. he's on up just the guy asked that he supposedly tends to put the bar a patriarch test in serbia grading with various officials without social distancing
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or that any more involved. you also attended and event for bands and preschool as well mixing with, you know, children, teachers are doors without source of the distance, or any math. governments around the world are scrambling to introduce new measures to control. so, or in corona, virus infections. india has heat a 7 month high. the new daily cases, or the 140000, were recorded on saturday in a bid to control the outbreak. international travelers will now have to contain at home for awake british health minister sadie and java. it is warning of a consenting rise in a hospital admissions in england, especially among the elderly. he says the national health service has a rocky few weeks ahead. while in germany, infections have more than tripled in the last week. people will now need to get tested before going to bars and restaurants unless they have received
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a booster shot hope. brennan has been covering developments from england and is in london for us. hello there whole, there's new data emerging from the u. k, which might change it's a vaccination strategy, tell us about and indeed shed light or died other countries, vaccination strategies as well. i mean, we know for example, the 3rd several countries. israel is one of them, whether or actively contemplating administering a 4th corona virus vaccine jab through their population. but what we've had is data here in the u. k. from the u. k. hate usa, the health security agency looking at the effectiveness of, of the current booster shot, the 3rd jeff. and what they found is that actually it's very effective. indeed, the data shows that for the over 65 year old age group, just having the 3rd job give you about 90 percent protection from serious symptoms or hospital and hospitalization. it goes down
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a little bit if your. busy are just having the 2nd job. so for example, that would just 2 doses, protection from severe symptoms goes down to about 70 percent after 3 months and 50 percent after 6 months. but the other thing is that they're saying that protection against mild symptomatic, symptomatic infection, drops to around 50 percent after 3 months, but that's mild, so it doesn't stop you getting corona virus. it simply stops you needing to enter hospital on the odds. that is important because if you're trying to work out what your strategy is going to be, where do you put your priorities? and what the h u. k h a say? and the advisory group, the j. c, v i r advice in the government is that rather than pursue a strategy of getting more people to have a 4th corona virus job put more effort into trying to get the, the increasingly small number of people who are only have only had one or indeed non or 2 jobs, and that seems to be the way that the data is getting the government to move rather
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than go for, for jobs. concentrate on that small number of people who actually haven't got the full protection yet. certainly makes sense. thank you very much for that update. po brennan, live press in london. and as we mentioned, the india has introduced new restrictions to control the spread of code. the 19 them happening, mitchell has the lightest from new tele when one of dell is business market that today back to look at the rest of the city with the laws shop. public parks are all closed because starting this weekend, which is saturday and sunday in india, there is a weekend for you in the national capital. what use is that unless people have an absolutely important reason to step out like going to the hospital or traveling, they have to stay at home. of course, essential services like hospitals and food deliveries will continue, is now delhi already has the maximum number of restrictions in the country. a few
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weeks ago the government imposed in nice cuff you and also closed on school cinema halls. and jims, the city also slash restaurant capacity because of the rising rate of cobra. 1900 infection. other states have also set up tubs. so in sudden india, the seat of thumb allowed will have locked down on sundays. and the state of nautica, which is also inside, we'll have a we can tell you like today for the next 2 weekends. the state of marashi has the highest number of over 900 cases. many of these are coming from in just financial hub, which is mon, but what's really wanting authorities is that many of these cases are coming from the city, the poorest. the city is home to a, chas largest slum which is seeing its highest finger. there's 5 beginning off the panoramic for now, the government that has rules out a complete lockdown. and in mexico, the number of carver 19 related deaths has passed 300000. there's also been
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a rise in infections where she somehow the experts believed is being fueled by the contagious army con variant and largely spurred on by tourism al jazeera is manuel rap low report from mexico city. it's fun in the sun in the resort city of kent, cood. but mexican health officials say a boom in international tourism has also led to a significant rise in coven 19 infections. a warning that doesn't seem to be much of a bother to foreign tourists. i say far we haven't felt exposed their approach coles in place, and we've been wearing our masks and everything following the rules and washing our hands. vacation hot spots, or the only places where contagion is on the rise. in mexico city. a sharp increase in cases has also led to higher turn out at vaccination sites. concern is also
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spreading among parents as millions of children returned to school from the holiday break is a lot in which up with other other we have to be very careful because this is affecting the children more than before. so we need to have more safety measures. but with the support of us all, and the teachers, we should be all right. back with more than 4000000 cases of coven 19 have been recorded in mexico since the start of the pandemic, according to data from johns hopkins university and debts from the virus, have surpassed 300000. with such a staggering death toll, the government has been accused of negligence in it's handling of the pandemic response pepco. and despite a steep rise in new cases, mexico's president has denied the country has entered a 4th wave of contagion. is danella guardian thing is this new variance is very contagious, but luckily it is not requiring hospitalizations, nor have we registered an increase in the number of deaths. and that is the most
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important thing. mexico's government has not yet released official numbers of infections linked to the amik on various policy. analysts say this isn't the only area where transparency is lacking. when that goes, that gets out in the name of one thing that we still don't have in mexico. and it would be very important for the hug ministry to publish as a database on the progress of the vaccination campaign. we have the entity ports. yes, but we don't have the database that can be analyzed. mexico's government continues to face criticisms over what many see as a relaxed attitude toward contagion, and for not requiring a negative cobit 19 test for foreign visitors. this recent surgeon corona virus cases is not limited to mexico, but rather a trend being experienced by countries all across latin america. manuel rap, a low al jazeera mexico city or at a time now for the weather. his everton. hello, someplace to say we've got some quiet weather coming to japan over the next couple
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of days. the still a chance of one or 2 wintry flurries. we got colder, still sliding across the sea of japan. as we go on through our sunday chances, some snow showers there in 2 western parts of honju into hawkeye, but noticed temperatures in tokyo, getting up in double figures. so generally speaking, we are looking at something of a thought. some will still be a charge of one or 2. we're snowflakes coming through here, even on monday, which should be largely dry. i'm pleased to stay lazy to write to across the korean peninsula. then walker could catch a shower to wintry in nature. some of those winfrey showers to sliding across into eastern parts of china for southern china. some lively downpours coming through here. just one or 2 showers to into the philippines in sewer in their china. but for the most part, the heaviest rank, the se, asia lay south of the equator, the equator as well. just around singapore and catching that just north. the equating to see the heavier downpours rolling through here over the next day or so . see some heavy downpours recently. spelling out for afghanistan,
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pakistan as well. and indeed, we have seen $133.00 millimeters afraid in 24 hours averages around $55.00 for the entire month of january, those heavy showers now moving from northern india. still ahead on al jazeera, 3 decades, if peaceful protest that he is on a new generation of activists promise is to fight for justice against japan's war crimes. tell us all the important thing for this is an assistant. what tattooing is here to help you out as see for their future after an in you, you bet there's a lot of finger pointing going on and a lot of blaming going on, but i can show you our team has done an unbelievable job. and the head of tennis is really a price, it is organization and make video after coming on to 5 for the job convention, visa controlled the c that's coming out with jim a is or ah
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january on that just you i don't you year we look back on us president joe biden supposed to you in office 12 months on from the capital building by be part of the stream, enjoy mo, social media community. se owns recovery from civil war continues. we mock 2 decades since the end of one of africa's most brutal complex, the bottom line, steve herman's dives headlong into the u. s. issues that shape the rest of the world. as we enter the 3rd year cove it 19, we go back to woo hm. where it all began and investigate how far we come into the pandemic stuff. january on a jesse about informed opinions, there was a need for avi homage federal government to take action to really facilitate aid to take right in depth analysis of the dates,
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global headlines inside story on al jazeera. oh, a here i'm emily. i'm gonna remind you about health stories. the court documents revealed. kennesaw novak joke of edge tested, positive coven, 19 last month. he's lawyer said, that's why he had a vaccine exemption to injury to claim the grand slam. later this month. pakistan interior ministry set says at least 22 people have frozen to death. as i tried to watch the 1st and i fall of the winter, many in a northern region had ignored warnings advise him and not to go outside. and
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authorities inc has cited to change the form of national security chief on suspicion of treason after days of violent protest. the cadillac president who told rushes later, the situation is stabilizing. the for more on that story, al jazeera is ronnie, a dread he has more from the kurdistan kaz extend border him in a sole thought. lucas austin, he had to, although authorities in kazakhstan had repeatedly confirmed that order has been restored. we've been receiving reports that situation is still unstable and volatile from sporadic clashes to protest at various locations up to recurrent gum fi in and around al mattie. we spoke to a number of kingston. he citizens who passed through the border crossing point behind me. they described the intensive security presence across the cities and straits of kazakhstan. extensive search and erased operations have not been interrupted with a total of 4 and a half 1000 people detained. so far. the cook hassan is we spoke to confirm that
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they themselves had been searched and a passports verified. otherwise they would have been detained. it should be noted that the former president, nurse hilton, as a by of who has been absent from the political scene is confirmed to be in the capital. according to his press office. he's called on the people to stand by the side of the incumbent president to cave, to brave through the current crisis, and maintain the countries unity. in addition, it's been announced that next monday will be a national day of mourning to south africa now, where president 0 rem oppose. it says he's governing african national congress body needs to be renewed and rebuilt. he's been addressing a celebration of the agencies, $100.00 and 10th anniversary, several issues continue to tarnish the parties aiming, including allegations of corruption. earlier this waken inquiry found state decisions made and a former president jacobs. irma were influenced by private interests. not only was states capture a systematic attempt at siphoning off public resources
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and funds. it also destroyed the capability of the state and led to the departure of hope, liberal people, public institutions. as they resist that state, capture thumb were fired, some were forced to resign. okay, for more analysis on these slides, bringing at my bd mavita, who joins us live from johannesburg. he's a co founder and host of the insight. fact a digital media platform. my d. b, thanks for being on the news. our fighting corruption was a big part of ram, opposes speech today. how those allegations affect to the parties public image. look, i think the amc has found it very difficult to disassociate in so from the corruption that happens in the country, which because the parts itself is an integral part of the question that happens together with the private sector. but most of that was very surprised for the
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president of africa was the deputy president of for all these years to come out today and speak about state capture as if you saw it in the very same state capture commission. so it just shows you that the issue is finding it very difficult to move away from the narrative. it being at the forefront of corruption now kind of in what's called a level with regards to how to proceed. african national congress. and as well as the allegations of corruption, what are the challenges to the eye and say face think the is it by that? so it's, it's find it by that. so with fractional bad so you know, the members of the party, i know like united the fight amongst each other. you know, you've seen stages. the children's been used against a president of the organization. you've seen that house under enforcement has been used against the members of the it might not necessarily agree with the current president of the current administration. so it just goes down to the factional
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battles that are, that are continuing to destroy the national congress. and so for so long other parties have been dead to challenge the ane say, do you see that changing now look, i think a very, very interesting political space right now. and i must say the political that i mixed up change. i think we've seen the ac talk below 50 percent in a lot of key municipalities in the last local government. elation that i'll give you example the african economic freedom places that the biggest part of that came out and challenge the today because they have. ready that they're generally statement, the angel holds the edge and it's been in limbo or the event that there you have already, in cases in which they go by percent. so a couple of years ago, no political party would change the african national congress on july. i mean on january. ready 8th, so we've seen a brave move by the advocate by the if it so come out boldly and challenging the
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african national. so i massive principal that i'm in south africa. i changing other changes for the beds and i must say yes because i think we, we've seen a situation where the age. ready has been a dominant part. it's been a one part you know, want to talk to state for quite some time now to see other places like that that come up and challenge the african national congress. it's a good for democracy and black. so that's going to look up to the political dynamics in the future. that was my next question. do you think that black south african feel let down? by the, i mean say, oh, did you say is and especially as young black. so i think the amc has not quite dealt with sugarland has not quite dealt with the issues of the nationalization of the bank has not decided to do with the kitchen. and all these big key resolutions is the, in the past in the last election in the last lecture corporate in 2017. so that i did find that. so if i had something that we wanted mirage with no direction at the
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moment, you know, because that's a concern that you all grandparents you promised a spirit kitchen, but you haven't been delivered to your office. we're still talking about the issues of landing, which is a key issue, you know, and i must my black as a young black so that when you get our grandparents when you get our parents, the african national cause, the same elders who educated us about land, who told us that our land was stolen and that our, you quoted us today doing nothing about that. so it does give us a sense of betrayal. it does give us a sense of live down and it does feel like the age of somehow sold us out as young flex. well, we really appreciate you sharing your perspective on this news and my debbie at my dba. the co founder and host of the insight fact appreciate your time. thank you very much. to the us now where 3 white men have been sentenced to live in prison for the murder of a black joker in the state of georgia. the judge said 2 of them, father and son would spend the life, tim, without the possibility of parole. ivory was hunted down while he was at. we're
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going for a run in a mostly white neighborhood. i can 2020 as she have or tansy reports. this was the verdict, ahmed of his family had hoped for. that is life plus 20 travis look, michael and his father gregory give him a maximum sentence for murdering 25 year old aubrey of the, chasing into a georgia neighborhood. in february of 2020 william roddy brown, who joined in the chase, was given a mandatory mud a sentence of life imprisonment, but with the possibility of parole. after 30 years. the judge said that he, unlike his co defendants, had displayed some remorse. all 3 can appeal their sentences, but also face a federal hate crimes trial. next month, before the sentencing members of abra family made their case, a man who killed the master 7 in this court room every single day. next to his father. and now we get the chance.
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6 next, my son, elbow again. and aubrey's mother addressed her son directly. i made a promise to you to day a lady tress. i told you i love you. and some day, somehow i would get to justice. the presiding judge said he thought deeply about the case even paused in silence for a minute to suggest how long aubrey had been running in fear of his life before he was murdered. a fraction of the time that a mod armory was running in satilla shores and rendering his verdict. the judge alluded to the racial fault lines of his community in the deep south. i argue that maybe a neighbors more than the people who just own property around your house. i believe that is also believe that in assuming the worst in others we show our worst
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character outside the court aubrey's mother, thank those who supported her family and made reference to one of the most shocking moments of the trial. when one of the prosecutors alleged her son was not a victim, but a criminal quotes with no socks to cover his dirty tow. now, the long toenail that she bought the argument she, she failed and mentioned that amount was lying up in the middle of a row with a big hole in the chair side. the court never celebration of accountability for the murder of a black man by white men. in the south, too many of them still haven't gotten anybody arrested for killing their child. so this is about all of us. no more. no more. but it should be remembered that in the altima of aubrey's killing, the police and local authorities did nothing excepting the word of those now convicted of murder. that aubrey had been up to no goods. only when video evidence was released, weeks later, did state authorities act. she advertise the algae 0 to julie now where the
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government is warning and already critical water shortage could be permanent. large areas of south america and the grip of the food chain. you dropped temperatures across the southern half of the continent that is chilly argentina, uruguayan, and southern brazil having heating 40 degrees celsius for the past 3 months. the parameter river in south america, 2nd longest behind the amazon is that it's the lowest level in 77 years. climate scientists are describing it as the worst route in a 1000 years. it's damaging whitland ecosystems contributing to wildfires and risking hydro electric power. am a latin american editor, lucy and human has more on this story from central chile the snow that once kept the andes mountains above chiles, capital and central valley is conspicuously absent. for centuries, melting ice nourished rivers below 400 kilometers to the north. la paloma south,
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america's largest irrigation reservoir has only 20 percent left of the water that once made this valley flourish. further, north, the deficit is 100 percent. 13 years of relentless drought, the longest on record is transforming chile and not for the better than him while real. it's hillary. okay, we're standing on the river which will depend on to water, our crops, but look at the state. it said from east to carry loads of water, but it so dried up this year. it practically didn't rain at all with mr. achiever leah and his sole employee are trying to revive the vine that survived last year's dismal harvest. are j. mitchell hung a bit awkward because those years of work sacrificed investment here and it's sad to see our livelihood and that of so many families last ice have 50 workers here at this time of year. and that source of employment is now gone to them. small farmers
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and multi $1000000000.00 agricultural exporters alike are suffering the consequences of a drought that the government believes is here to stay less inc. yeah, yeah, the whole i said when i machines have the drought is no longer an emergency, it's turned into a structural change. and we need to establish a different relationship with water because it's become a scarce resource. olga authorities and scientists blame global warming for the rapid depletion of chillies. patagonia glaciers, the drastic reduction of rainfall and the sustained increase in temperatures. the once mediterranean climate of central and south central chile is rapidly mimicking a desert. there is far less water and at the same time, a much greater demand for agriculture. the big dilemma, of course, is what to do about it. for this week, the government launched a nation wide water saving campaign that warns there are only 2 options conservatively, or there will be none left with emsella,
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but experts and resource sustainability say the key is better water governance. a loss of 15th, i will, i will get the name or the efficient use of the water. we have modernization of production processes with technology. we're using water not producing more with less water. and unless land are all crucial, i feel like not possible that anya, many rural communities that have lost everything are selling their land and migrating to cities. but experts insist that if taken seriously, science, technology, and social discipline can establish a new and more realistic relationship with an element that only 20 years ago seemed infinite. to see a newman al jazeera central chile protest is in south korea, started a movement 30 years ago to bring attention to the plight of so called comfort women . their demand in compensation for koreans who were sexually enslaved before and
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during the 2nd world war. but some activists fear the survivors may never live to see justice florence louis, or course, they were called comfort women. a term used to describe women and girls forced to work in brussels run by the japanese military. it's estimated up to 200000 girls and women from asia were sexually enslaved. they endured rapes beatings, even murder. those who survived often had to live with the stigma. a significant number were from korea, a former colony of japan. and it's here in south korea that the walls longest running, protest continues to take place each wednesday around noon survivors, activists and ordinary citizens have gathered in front of the former japanese embassy in soul to demand an apology and compensation from the japanese government . this year some survivors sent video messages as cove at 19 concerns prevented
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them from attending in person. oh, japan insist that it never forcibly dragged us out of korea and never made us suffer. but i demand they stop lying and be honest. thou only 13 of the women still alive in south korea, 100 tripled grandmothers passing away without receiving a proper apology and compensation. let's fight until the japanese government gives an official apology and legal reparations are made so that the lives and cries of the grandmothers are not in vain. 6 years ago, japan and south korea reached an agreement. japan apologized and provided nearly $9000000.00 to a fund to help survive little. but that deal has largely fallen through. survivors were critical of it saying it prioritized money over a more sincere apology from japan. and when president moon j in took office, he effectively abandoned the agreement, signed by his predecessor,
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calling it seriously flawed relations between south korea and japan took a further dive. yet week after week, year after year, protest is remain undeterred in their quest for justice. as the demonstrations continue into a 3rd decade, a new generation of activists have taken up the fight for florence lee al jazeera. still head on al jazeera freestyle skiing world cup, continues in canada. gemma will have all the best action in schools. ah ah
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ah ah selfless act as human bravery and 10000 precious pieces of literature rescued from being burnt to ashes in a besieged, sorry ah al jazeera world meets the bosom women and men who risked everything to save their written heritage. ah beloved books on al jazeera ah
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ah, the e u has banned a thousands of on regulated chemical substances intact to inc. assigned to say many can cause cancer or other serious illnesses around 12 percent of people in the a you have at least one have 2 in germany, their big business. and as dominic came reports from berlin, some further ban could hurt their livelihood. daniel calls or discusses today's jobs with his colleague, lena, he runs the classic tattoo causes shop. these are the tools of his trade inks and chemicals which have been in use for many years, but no longer get new colors. but in the morning we have round about 10120 different colors, the new colors vendor colors coming in the middle of the year. we have just 30 carls to stiffen and be loose from the quality 30 percent. it's
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precisely these colors which daniel believes, are the life blood of his croft colors. are the important thing for todd? this is a this is that what tattooing is bring colors in the skin under the skin. the people come. i like to have just, i'm sort of colors are what you can do to just rock play with a needle for all of this. this is the base to work. when you take the base, you destroyed a business, but to others, such inks are dangerous. the you says they poses serious help, has that these substances are actually also restricted in cosmetics. so you're not allowed to use them cosmetics which are just placed on the skin. and now we are extending that of course, to these materials which were injected under the skin. some estimates suggest around 12 defensive people across the you have at least one to here in germany. that number is believed to be even higher haps around 20 percent. so what takes
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place in the body when these 9 band inks come into contact with us here at the germans federal risk assessment institute. dr. michael, you told me one concern is what happens beneath the skin barrier? we know that not all pigments remain on the place we're data to is being made or in the to pick which is injected. we know that from studies that the link notes of the, to the individuals are colored whatever the right or wrong of this particular issue . tattoos themselves remain very popular, especially for young people like casias back at the crowds that are too sharp. he's having a favorite cartoon character inked onto his arm for the moment snoopy will be there in just black and white. but the castle says he's got plans for more colourful tattoos. some day soon, dawn, it came, al jazeera berlin. it's time for sport and he is jim and jim,
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you've got the latest on the joker mess. yes, absolutely. well, a mess is a good way to describe it there. emily, as you've been hearing another twist in the naval joke of it, saga lawyers say the world number one tennis player court code 19 for a 2nd time in december, which is why he was granted a medical exemption for the australian open court documents a claim he had via visa and clarence from the torment organizer, as well as a document from the australian government confirming he met requirements, a quarantine for travel, shock of it remains and immigration detention in melbourne ahead of a hearing on monday after having his b, that counseled on arrival, the 20 time grant from champion has also requested alternative accommodation, so he can train for the events shock, which has never revealed his vaccination status. and it emerged that australia a department of health, right, to tennis australia at warning them that players who'd court k with 19 and not received a vaccine would not be given medical exemptions. their chief at craig tidy, has spoken about the situation in an leaked internal video to staff. we empathize,
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we reply 1st event, we empathize with the situation we currently have and a working closely with novak and his team. and i was in a team that are in the situation. and i want to assure you that we are in a position we would like to share with you all information. and we will, we've chose at this point not to be very public with it. and simply because there is a pending law suit related to entry into australia for a few. and once that is seen as run its course, that it will be able to share more with you as well as a lot of finger pointing going on. and a lot of blaming going on, but i can show you our team has done an unbelievable job and have done everything they possibly could. according to all the instructions that they have been provided . chuck of it has an unlikely ally in australia and planet carry. also the to have previously clashed a, the quarantine conditions that last is australian. open the now kerry else has spoken out about the situation and thinks elani savage to fire up the wild number one if he's cleared to play. honestly,
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i hope that he'll get sorted as soon as possible. walk for the sport. we made him here. it's that simple walk, he's one of the most influential sports maple probably of all tom. i think you'll have no problem preparing. i think that this is just all out of fuel for him. i'm sure he's overcome a lot more challenging tom's ah, than you know, spending a couple more extra days in the hotel room. he's gonna be like very determined to play well and stick it to every one of what's going on. an auto on any bar of that novak despite missy manager, pat guardiola. i'm several fast team players with cove at 19 manchester city have no problems getting past swindon in the f. a camp. the premier league leaders were up against the side is 72 places below them in the english, but will pyramid and they went 3 a lot, but 3 o'clock on wednesday, free kick. swindon pool to go back. and for a 19 year old of coal palmer rounded things off to make you for $150.00. now into the 4th round of the competition by me,
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nick had 9 players missing with in 1900 for that. how much against that much and got back, but they went in front from 11 to 20th and the goal of the season. but mid table mentioned got back to the wife in 4 minutes to shock the wounded league leaders to one by a run of 7 consecutive wins and competitions are coming to an end, but they are still 9 points clear the table in the m b a. them a walkie milwaukee bucks were missing their coach due to current of ours health and safety protocols. but they did have stallman ayana's onto the combo who sold and passed the brooklyn nets. yaneth was back on for a one game absence due to an illness unrelated, took over 19, and he looked fully recovered. top scoring for the bottom with one point, he'll say added 9, assist them rebounds and a 121. for one i know. and when the straight time defeat for the next while without car irving as he's unable to play that game to new york to, to being on vaccinated. but his teammates, on putting pressure on him to get the code 9 to jeff 7. right. now,
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total was our important year, how much i wound plumes play every game, but when i say i'm not for somebody to get a vaccine, my desk 9 more thing, so we can play basketball and now not about to do this is explain to you why he chose not to ask for explanation. name i place on thing. the philadelphia 76 has made it 6 winds in a row with victory over the san antonio spurs. jo l m b have 31 points and 12 rebounds to become the 3rd play in the franchises. history to school, 30 points in 6 straight games. san antonio, who are missing 6 layers, is due to current of our 1st calls of now last 5 of the last 6, australia, cricket says firmly in control of the 4th ashes test in sidney. having handed england unlikely that 3 target of 388 was been collage at scott his 2nd century of the matches, the already declared on 265 to 6 on the penultimate de kilometer. any return to
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test crickets after 2 and a half years of the replacement of the travis head. you tested positive for david 19. england will resume on sunday 30 without loss and still need to 358 runs to avoid doing for nail down in the 5 test area. australian go for cameron. smith has extended his lead at the torment of champions in hawaii. smith has been having a whale of a time if you'll let pardon upon the after matching the events of $36.00 whole record on friday to sit with 17 under paul, he's 3 strikes ahead of daniel berger was number one, john, rom, and time for some impressive pictures from the freestyle ski world cup of venting canada. what i'm favorites mccalla kings re picked up his 2nd mobile victory of the season, the 9 time wild cup overland mobiles jump in top to the side of the your for emily piece, it will have more later. lovely, thank you very much, jim. all right, stay with us more news in just a month. i
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a mineral central to the quest for clean energy. a key ingredient for the production of electric car batteries, cobalt extracting. it is dangerous, but profitable with global demand set to skyrocket. people empower, investigates, claims that industrial mines, extracting the precious material, needed for cleaner energy, are in fact, poisoning the environment with dire health consequences for those living in their shadow. the cost of coal, both people empower on. i'm just, you know, for me to send a marina families to pain is unbearable for their relatives were killed last week. doing a military operation ordered by the venezuelan government. security forces accused him of being part of a colombian rebel group and said they died in combat. but neighbors and family members in case they were innocent, taken from their homes and executed under pressure venezuela's, defense minister,
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believe me, to by the said, the armed forces were obliged to defend their country from irregular groups, but added that human rights needed to be respected. and that the events at the border would be investigated to al, just a. ready wild alarm, if we listen, design is, are making serious effort in order to change it and to stop with talk about the store based on how we tap the untold stories we speak when others we cover all sides no matter where it takes a minute and power and passion, we tell your story. we are your voice news,
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