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ah ah ah a legal victory for tennis don never jock of it's a court rules he should be released from detention and his visa reinstated to play and his brilliant eye. ah, hello mccloud, this is out there a life. and the also coming up the causes president calls days of anti government violence and attempted to it says he will announce a new government on tuesday. the moselle, sidney, the ang santucci found guilty. she now faces an additional 4 years in jail. no red
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carpet, no stalls, no audience. the golden globe when is are announced on social media. we'll tell you why. so we begin with breaking news out of australia where a court has a returned the government's decision to cancel. now, about joker, which is visa, the tennis da has been released from immigration detention, meaning he can compete in the australian open next week. but the immigration minister could still intervene. and jock, which is lloyd had argued he be granted a vaccine exemption to enter australia because he had been infected with korean of ours. in the past 6 months, the decision of the delegate to cancel the applicant temporary activity, sub class 408. these are my dont 6 january 2020 to be quashed to the respondent pay the applicant cost bracket, including any reserve cost bracket. coma as a grade or assist 3,
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the respondent is to take all necessary steps to cause colon, you learn 3 point one, the applicant to be released immediately, and forthwith from immigration detention. what's our clark is following the case from brisbin, australia and sarah? so we have an outcome now, but to the end of it, we've just seen the 1st images of a man we believe is jock of each being released from that immigration detention hotel, which is in carlton or in melbourne. and this was after the judge, as you mentioned, deemed the visa cancellation a case of being simply unreasonable, and he's ordered that sir jack witcher's, passports, his personal items are all be returned. have also ordered the government pay for his legal costs trans. is the helical, cris trane, who is the legal counsel representing the australian government. he's noted in
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court on monday at this federal court hearing that the government will comply with the orders, but a personal power of cancellation at was still being considered. so the saga or this fight is not over yet. trana who again representing the australian government, had tried a number of times at his court hearing on monday to delay proceedings, or the federal government. also trial on the weekend or to have this matter is hearing a resume on wednesday, not today because they wanted more time to put together their case. that tennis australia will be welcoming his decision simply because jock, which is obviously a key drawer card for this tournament. and of course jack of it wants to try and get the 21st grand slam singles title. so on wednesday, last week, this is when this whole saga began. when he arrived jockey which arrived for on a flight from dubai and was detained by border a force offices at the time or in airport in melbourne. he was detained for a number of asked questions, and his be in this immigration detention hotel and carlton since then. so clearly
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the judges decided in his favor that he should be released immediately. so you have to wonder if it's like the government will pursue consolation. the visa given the p r. disaster that will this has been well the government, as we know it is looking at the next steps. and a chris tran has said that the immigration minister is the one who holds the power now to remove joke of it from australia and not the home affairs minister count andrew who was present in privy to this court case in a federal court on monday. it's the immigration minister, so this ruling doesn't necessarily guarantee the joke of it will be released and be able to return to court and play this giant open, which begins next monday. so the governor has born again that it might cancel his beta visit for 2nd time despite the court decision. so this saga is certainly ongoing and we expect more reaction on tuesday from tennis a strategy as well as potentially jock of it himself. sir,
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thanks for that sir clot reporting that from brisbin a little now from i will a recei who's an immigration policy specialist and former deputy secretary of australia's immigration department. he says the immigration minister, sir, was to say, could still cancelled the visa. the question is whether he will exercise it and my fear is that the response, the government has given may have been more in anger than in a considered thought. i think when the minister has some more time and the government has some more time to think about this, it may choose not to x it suppose that discretion. the policy in this area until and including the 5th of january, was clearly different to the policy on the 6th of january. on the 5th of january, the prime minister made very clear the policy was the government accepted the medical exemptions provided by state governments. and in this instance the victorian government and did not go behind them. that is the accept them at face value. but then on the 6th of january, the minister for home affairs issued
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a press release saying no, it was going to go behind the medical exemptions. and if it was not satisfied with the medical exemption, it would cancel the visa, the prime minister followed up and said rules rules and he support time minister that night or early the next morning, jock of each of these was cancelled after you arrived at the airport in other words, jock of which was the 1st person to feel the effect of the new policy. it was not only until he arrived in australia and indeed he arrived in a straight. yeah. very soon after the policy was changed, that he was affected, but in many respects you could argue he was very unlucky. a russian president vladimir putin has joined an emergency meeting on the unrest in catholic stone. moscow says it's peacekeeping troops deployed to quell the unrest. will stay until the situation stabilizes completely. cadillac president cost him german talk if
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says his country has weathered, attempted to cancel, thirties, have arrested almost 8000 people for taking part in anti government protests. and as you can see, those talks are still going on right now. let's cross life to robin for us to walk into please see in georgia. so tell us more about what the president has been saying. robin. well, the main, the big issue to have come out of this is that he has, as you mentioned, that talked about an attempted qu, they, and he's promised to give more evidence to the international community that this is really what happens. because obviously there's been a lot of skepticism about the so called 20000 organized terrorists that attempted to take over the country. he says that is indeed why the c s t o military block was called in to provide assistance. 2013 troops confirms now from the csc,
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the majority of them, russian, on the ground and catholic storm pass. the russia news agency reporting that they have been deployed to strategic senses such as base strategic areas such as bases that military bases and airports. and the ultimately was for these bonded terrorists to take over mattie the, the major city in catholic from the capital asked on 9 regional centers were briefly held by these groups. so this is, this is to cause attempt to, to continue to control the narrative that what they're dealing with. this is this terrorist threat, but the evidence so far as being patchy and many of the express skepticism that in fact, this may be something more like an internal power struggle within the elite between so kind of those connected for the former president nasa by happening
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simultaneously with legitimate cause for change coming from peaceful protests across the country. is i? what is the latest with the unrest on the ground? well, the situation, as we understand it's now is, is, is calm. the, the anti terror operation continues. 8000 people approximately. now in detention and some sense of the, the casualties that happened during the violence that mostly have to see over a 160 people know die 2 of them children. but things are slowly returning to a kind of new normal catholics on that will not be the same off. what's happened and people will be expecting, hoping that perhaps some positive change can come out of this with the president expected to address the nation tomorrow with his new government and his plans,
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new reforms. but it's, it's been a very traumatic few days. because x don and for the people, because it's done and, and with these risks going on and the concerns about what's where these people are, who these people are that are in detention and whether they will receive due process. robin leave f m and thanks so much i run 1st. walker reporting for me to please enjoy your situation because it's done according me emma has convicted down said lita ang sushi on 3 criminal charges. she has been sentenced to 4 years in jail to she was on trial for legally possessing walkie talkies in breaking current of ours restrictions. human rights watches, cold charges going to cheap, bogus, and politically motivated. they're trying to pile up charges against her that make sure that, that she never gets out. i think they want to hold her indefinitely. they see her as a paramount political threat to their efforts to try to get control of the country . and they're going to throw every charge they can against her. you know, there's,
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there's no shame. it is a kangaroo court that is proceeding in they be against her. and we're going to see more of these convictions going forward. that's enough from tiny chang who's been following the story from bangkok. this is just 2 of the charges. are obama, a large rafter charges she's facing her this particular centered on the possession of walkie talkies, illegal walkie talkies. the court alleged which i found in her house, when the military rated on the eve of the february, the 1st military coup. she was found guilty of possessing those of importing them illegally. and of using them on illegal telecoms. frequencies is a charge which many people have questioned walkie. talkies were in possession of her security detail who were appointed by the minute the interior ministry, who according to man mars constitution had to be under the control the army. so some appointed of the actually,
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the army should have been investigating itself. none the less, she has been found guilty 2 years for that and 2 years were breaking covert regulations. it's just one of many charges that she's facing, as i said. and i think the feeling is here that the court, presumably under the control of mia mars military genta is just gonna stack on charges. she still faces a more cases against her, which could amount 89 years in jail. and it's clear that with her success in elections, the military gender is just not going to feel secure if she is released again. so they may well intend to keep her in detention for the rest of her life. is still ahead here on out 0. we have more on what you sanctions on marley will entail following a dispute with military leaders over elections. this is a hot refer, refer, painful moment is 19 people die in a fire in a high rise building in the heart of new
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southern sections of turkey and cypress. we've got some drenching rain to be expected here after northwestern europe. right now, some showers for britain and ireland. i think rain more for scotland and temperatures a bit lower here than they have been over the last few days, but they're going to pop up as we hit war to stay. all of that active weather in the mediterranean, given us white in windy conditions or the northeast of algeria, northern tunisia, until the northeast of libya, so been gauzy. you have the thread of seen some flooding on monday. that's a look at your weather. we'll see again soon the weather sponsored by katara ways, doing the debate, 90 percent of the world refugees have come from a common impacted country. the climate emergency is putting more pressure on across the world and amplify your voice. it's not the trait now, not our belief. you cannot know. so
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we know what to do and we have the tools to build the dream on algebra. ah oh, okay, you're watching out 0. remind about top stories, and an australian court has overturned the government's decision to cancel no bad job, which is it visa. the tennis star has been released from immigration detention, and plans to compete in the australian open in a week. the immigration minister could still intervene because president tokyo has described days of anti government protests as an attentive king. he says, kill! announced a new government line up on tuesday. more than a 160 people have been killed and almost
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a 1000. others detained. according miramar, her sentence ousted leda ang santucci to an additional 4 years in jail. she was on trial for legally possessing walkie talkies and breeching korean of ours restrictions. senior us and russian officials have begun talks in geneva, brought the military build up around ukraine. their kick starting a week of diplomacy aimed at d escalating the crisis at washington and its allies have threatened to impose tough sanctions. if moscow invades its neighbour, russia is demanding guarantees that ukraine will not become part of a european military lines. it also wants nato to reduce troops and weapons in europe. we're going to listen to their concerns. they'll listen to our concerns and we'll see if there grounds for progress, but to make actual progress. it's very hard to see that happening when there's an ongoing escalation. when russia has a gun to the head of ukraine, with 100000 troops near its borders, the possibility of doubling that on very short order. so if we're seeing the
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escalation, if we're seeing a reduction tensions that is the kind of environment in which we could make real progress. and again, address concerns, reasonable concerns on both sides. but i mean, some does not go to the same because it's the americans should get ready to reach a compromise. the russian side came here with a clear position containing a number of elements, not to my mind understandable and had been so clearly formulate, including at a high level that deviating from out approach is simply not possible that speak to correspond agenda how his life was in london monitoring this general critical moment for ukraine security. what's the state? yes, in this very 10 standoff between russia and the west, the u. s. and nato standing alongside ukraine tried to prevent an invasion of that country. this really becomes a moment when negotiators can begin to test russia's real intent. you had alex, mister blink, and the secretary of state speaking there a moment ago,
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he said this is a moment to decide for russia to decide whether they want confrontation or diplomacy. will diplomacy? this week takes various forms beginning in geneva, with us. russia talks that deputy secretary of state and foreign minister level wendy sherman against a counterpart. so gay re up call from their enormous teams there. so the starting point will be to russian draft treaty is handed over to the u. s. and nato containing a whole slew of demands that effect quite substantially. the security infrastructure in europe. not surprisingly, the top demands have been completely ruled out, namely, legal guarantees that the russians want. the ukraine will never become a member of nato, nor will countries like georgia and demands limiting the numbers of us troops deployed on european soil. now there may be other areas where they can find forms of agreement to miss out deployment,
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military exercises within proximity to one another and so on. but that frankly is small for president putin in terms of his main goal, which is ensuring that ukraine remains firmly part of russia's exclusive sphere of influence. now, there are not many people who are expecting anything like an agreement to come out of these talks today. it is being seen as a startle bit one that could potentially end in acrimony and collapse the best hope i think will be that they are able to exchange concerns at this moment. look, 4 possible common ground. but i think look out for the press conference at the end of the day. if it turns out by then that russia is still holding uncompromisingly to this idea of guarantees of the ukraine security will, that, i think will be a clue that potentially russia intends for these talks to fail and to be used perhaps instead as a pretext for war and if they do fail, what happens then?
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well, again, you heard secretary lincoln speaking that effectively the u. s. is negotiating with a gun to ukraine's head 100000 guns in point of fact, they will also use these talks to try and level the playing field to try and deliver some munition of their own in terms of spelling out the costs for russia. of any potential invasion, financial sanctions, of course, potentially threatening to remove them from the international payment system. swift, that threats been hanging around for some time. it could be very damaging for the russians. also, suggestions that the u. s. might quietly threatened to support an insurgency inside ukraine against russian invaders. so all of it, of course, is short of rushing to ukraine's aid militarily. that's been ruled out direct military defense. but a series of measures calculated they will hope, at least to make president putin think twice or thanks for the general, the reporting from london. molly as condemn what is described as illegal sanctions
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imposed by west african regional leaders. a co us announced a range of economic and diplomatic measures, and i came off to molly's military rulers, said they would stay in power for 4 more years, instead of holding an election next month as promised to organ b. as in west africa, his regional alliance echoes meeting in the gone and capital cra, the issue being discussed. what if any new sanction should be imposed on molly? because of delays to its democratic transition. echoes chairman and president have gone and made his view clear in his opening statement. it is my expectation that we will take the appropriate decisions that will advance the future molly and our community. nashville, regional and international stay gold. all awaiting the result of our meeting. the leaders announced a raft of new sanctions on molly, including buddha closures,
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suspending financial transactions and withdrawing their ambassadors. the measures are in response to molly's military leaders saying they plan to stay in power for 4 more years. instead of holding elections next month, love rural garcia, i'm glad you did let i. so i sank up as much as we are aware of the complexity of the situation in this country. we are convinced that all political, economic and social reforms aimed of rebuilding of molly could only be carried out by democratically elected authorities. when gingerly to colonel, a semi glitter was swooning. last july, following 2 military coups in less than a year. he sought to unite mullins and promised presidential elections would be held this year. but then 2 weeks ago, conference charged with the recommending and election time table said the pole should be delayed by between 6 months and 5 years. echo us is already imposed sanctions of molly and officials. so will a new round make any difference? some analysts are skeptical,
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so i would have thought that it was his lead as would i view the batch more nuanced engaged approach ah, with the my yeah. leaders. i'm not too sure, and particularly on this, but as my she has re, re, re, jim, is going to be very successful. molly's leaders selections can't be held next month because of security concerns. they also want time to draft a new constitution and put it before voters in a referendum echo. i says, the delays are an acceptable. it's activated it stand by force and says it will be ready for any eventuality. victoria gay to be al jazeera bosnian serbs have defido caught ban to celebrate. the says, fan of s 3 of the republican substitute where the military prate in 2015 accord declared the statehood as unconstitutional. force comes for the time of height, intention about succession plans from what the governor elliana as men are on it. she has more from the city of a bunker invoice. given this day over the public,
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a strip scar is a dispute for many years. the hearing bars in her sabina, but decisions of the constitutional court of bosnia herzegovina are clear ripple because of sky is entitled to celebrate the day of republic, a subscriber, just not on the january, the 9th. so there is a dispute about the date because for serbs here in this part of bosnia, herzegovina, 9th, january of 1992 is a date when at april lucas of scar. herb started to exist and that is something sacred and important for them or something that, as they say, ah, guarantees a liberty for them and a best conditions to live in bosnia herzegovina. on the other hand, for bottlenecks living in this part of bosnia herzegovina, the same date means something completely different. the start of the war, horrors that they endured in the public. a subscribe during the ninety's and layer
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on war crimes and genocide and stubborn usa. so there's a lot of dispute about that, but this year it's even worse because we've been in a serious political crisis for over many months. and we keep a listening to miller, a da da who is saying that if bosner has galena is not functioning in accordance with the constitution of the country, he will begin the process of declaring a ripple because have hska as an independent state. and he also announces that he would a, bring back some levels of authority from bosnia herzegovina to ripple because of so, which means that he would again form the army of republicans subscribe. and that he would completely control the tax system. and the traditional re, new york's fire commissioner says a blaze, it killed 19 people including 9 children, was caused by a 40 electric heater. dozens would take the hospital off, the fire spread through
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a high rise apartment block in the bronx bar. barbara anger passes. oh, my god, this michael j's, if i lived in this affordable housing block for 6 years, it took him 35 minutes to escape the fire as the smell, cuz i think i've never seen it like this. i don't know what causes their flight tag broken up like this, but his lady tried to get 9 children died in the fire, and many families have lost everything. the new york marys preparing to support a community in grief. many of these young children went to schools. we will have a social and emotional support at their schools to help the classmate a were here as well, with the red cross. and oh yeah am. i was going to coordinate together to get housing. and also some of the emergency needs, ah, most of the people who lived in the town block when muslim. and some of the men
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moved here from gambia. they're being asked not to fear asking for help, even if they don't have the correct immigration status. know that if you need assistance. busy you, your names would not be turned over to ice or any other institution, or we want people to be comfortable and come in for it. i got a, maybe a compensation fund is being prepared for those affected by the fire. but this cause may take longer to heal barbara anger. pat al jazeera footage from the u. s. state of california has captured the moment. a passenger train collided with a plane that had crashed, landed on a railway line near crawford lost power shortly after takeoff. and a train came colliding through police did pull the pilot to safety seconds before the impact. this is suit, golden globes have turned dark for the 1st time in decades. usually stars started
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event wasn't broadcast, live a public relations crisis. took the event completely off line. rob reynolds reports on how the globes lost their last the glitter and glamour of the golden globes. the hollywood foreign press associations. annual awards blow out was one of the film world's favorite events. until that is an enormous controversy blew up over the h. f. p. a's near total lack of racial diversity and questionable ethical behavior among its members that sent alias stars, fleeing sponsors, opting out and it's broadcast or dropping the ceremony like a hot rock. so for 2020 to no red carpet, no celebrity audience, no host, no tv show, and not even an internet live stream. if you weren't an actual member of the association or one of its few invited guests, the viewing experience of this year's golden globes looked a lot like this. pardon me,
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feel so bad for them because they can't quite seem to get on the right foot. make it as james ralph say they can't get on the good. you know what? i me, the h f e a has announced changes including expanding its membership, just like the academy of motion pictures did after the oscar. so white outrage in 2015 with studios including warner, media, netflix and amazon cutting ties. some in the industry think the organizations days are numbered. there's been so much damage to the organizations, reputation in the membership and this and that, that i'm not so sure they can recover from this. as for the awards themselves, the power of the dog, one best picture drama, rosen place out here. p. m. swaim. who kidman in being the ricardo is one best actress. sorry. i got lost for a 2nd hand. the best actor in a drama ward went to will spin for his role in king richard marquis 3 golden globes
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. non ceremony which happened at this wacky hotel behind me was more bad news for the film industry's traditional business model. with a new survey showing nearly half of all pre pandemic moviegoers, and not buying tickets anymore, and some of them will be staying home for good. rob reynolds al jazeera, los angeles, ah. services out there. these are the top stories and an australian core to save a time to government decision to cancel, never joker, which is visa. the tennis star has been released from immigration detention, and plans to compete in the australian open in a weeks time with the immigration minister could still intervene. so our clock is following the case from brisbin in australia, ministry trans. he's the, the lawyer, the legal counsel representing the government.


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