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and your ceremony has been launched the hopper ish as an individual's p 5000 years dollars to name an elephant. the aim this year is to raise $1000000.00, much of it for conservation initiatives. ah, russia says there was no progress on ruling out ukrainian membership of nato at talks with the us to ease pensions on its border with ukraine. this is vladimir putin claims victory in defending kazakstan and promises to protect the leaders of other ex soviet states from so called the color revolutions. ah, hello barbara, sarah, you're watching al jazeera life from london also coming up me and mars asked that
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leader uncensored. she is sentenced to 4 more years in prison. after her latest trial, uganda schools reopen after a covert shut down, lasting nearly 2 years. but it's feared many students will never go back. and norfolk jock of it returns to the tennis court after a judge rules that he can stay in australia. but his battle isn't over yet. ah, us and russian diplomats have wrapped up the 1st meeting in a week of diplomacy and the de escalating tension with ukraine. the talks are organized after russia sent tens of thousands of troops to its border with ukraine raising fears about a potential invasion. russia says there was no progress on it's the man that natal rule out membership for ukraine. jona hall has more details. it is an achievement of sorts. the talks between russia and the united states in geneva didn't end in
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failure. they were never likely to be a major success. but while russia insisted it had no intention of invading ukraine, there remains little sign of an immediate end to the crisis. it's not the situation we're ah, a deal breaker one way or another. he's in the vision. unfortunately, we have a great disparity in our principal approaches to these us and russia in some ways, ah have or was it views on what needs to be done? us negotiators trod carefully. they promised they wouldn't be talk of ukraine security without ukraine present. this instead, a chance to air respective concerns and get a measure of russia's true intent with tensions at their highest since the end of the cold war points of dispute between russia and the u. s. are plentiful, but ukraine is perhaps most urgent. russia has supported
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a separatist conflict there for 8 years now, and the presence of a 100000 russian troops on ukraine's border threatens a new war in europe. russia wants legal guarantees that ukraine will never become a member of the nato alliance. a demand flatly rejected by western allies. on monday, ukraine's deputy prime minister met the nato secretary general talks with russia will widen on wednesday to include nato members in brussels. and then the o. s. c. e. in vienna, on thursday. what russia is doing is tries to impose its agenda is stand of returning to the negotiation table. and we are state that very clearly, that we will never compromise on the right for every nation in europe to choose his own path, including what kind of security arrangements in one, sir, to be a part of early russia's deputy foreign minister suggested the u. s. had not taken seriously,
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his country's demands that ukraine never be allowed to join nato. that's an ominous fine by continuing to press what is a solid western red line? russia may be showing its hand that president clinton may not attend this week of talks to succeed at all, but rather to use them as a pretext for war. going a whole algae 0. let's make to rosalind jordan who is live in washington, d. c. for us, and it has recently been asked to debrief call from the deputy secretary of state, what was said, what was her assessment? wendy sherman's assessment was that to the meetings on monday, about 8 hours worth of talks with the survey rubicon. and his delegation were useful, they were frank, her language, they were of straight forward again wendy sherman's language. but she said this wasn't a negotiation. this was really the attempt. she said for the u. s. and for russia to take the measure of each other's concerns,
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sense of the meeting last summer between president slide amir potent and joe biden . now, this is a situation where sherman says, the u. s. is very steadfast, that it is opposed to an invasion of ukraine, although it was not specifically discussed at monday's meeting. she did say that the u. s. is trying to find a way to resurrect the intermediate term missile a treaty, that the u. s. and others say that the russians have a broken by stationing on min medium range missiles around its territory aimed at western europe. been. she also said that one thing is not going to change the idea that nato is not going to open its membership to countries that want to be members . she said that would be infringing on those countries right? to decide how to conduct their foreign policy. she did say there's a lot of work to do, but this is just the beginning and whether the russians are trying to basically
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create a situation to justify an invasion of ukraine. she said, well, we'll just have to see what they're actually doing yet just to focus on that more rosalind. i mean, as you said, no talk or other countries joining nato. of course, a member of nato being a member of nation would mean that an attack on one is an attack on, on all. so is there any clarity on what the u. s. might do if russia doesn't need a try to invade ukraine? well, she has said o and she gave a little more clarity on the u. s. his position that there would be deep economic sanctions that took a possibly included targeting of the way that russia accesses international law. money markets. she all suggested that this would involve some, perhaps a export to limits that countries of that are allied with the u. s. with buying
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themselves, not able to sell certain equipment of technology in particular to russia or to russian persons. but says she did not say whether or not military action was steadfastly off the table. now, it's been suggested in the past couple of days that to the idea of nato, moving its troops from current locations in the eastern part of europe. that's not going to happen, but certainly she did suggest that one thing that could be pursued would be whether the, if the exercises that nato members and non affiliated countries carry out, perhaps those might be changed in a way to what, give moscow some sort of security assurance, but she was steadfast. no one can tell nato how to run its affairs. she said that's just not going to happen. was on jordan with the latest on that from washington
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d. c. roles. thank you. or meanwhile, russia's president has claimed victory in defending the neighbor kazakstan from what he calls a foreign backed uprising. more than a 160 people were killed during last week's anti government protests, which turned into the countries worse than rest in recent history was letting me put in deploy to russian troops to castanan, as promised leader as of other ex soviet states that moscow led military alliance would protect them to has that leader casem jermarta. it has described the protests as an attempted, coo and says the security threat has now been quashed. when nearly $8000.00 people have been detained over the demonstrations, which were sparked by rising fuel prices and anger at the government, robin forest here, walker reports nothing to be seen. for the moscow lead security block, the c s t o. it's 1st, real military intervention has been
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a success with president taco, of kazakhstan, told his counterparts on monday that the deployment prevented what he called terrorist groups. and taking control of his country, especially with america so on there. but a constitutional order in kazakhstan has been restored, dangerous threats to the country security have been prevented as part of the anti terrorist operation. work is underway to identify persons involved in crimes. nationwide, protests threatened to unseat president ok of when they turned violent. he fired political rivals, including the powerful ex president, and called in the c s t o. last wednesday. within 24 hours, troops on the russian command were on the ground. bolstering took hives authority. vladimir putin has made clear the c s t. he owes longer term objective in his us, and we are, when you, my amsterdam, we different. of course, we understand that the events in kazakhstan are not the 1st and far from the last
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attempt at outside interference in the internal affairs of our states. and the measures taken clearly showed that we would not allow such interference, so called color revolution scenarios to take place. the cause i call 30 say they're so called counter terrorism operation is almost complete. around 8000 people have been detained so far. but this celebrated kia guest musician, beaten into confessing he was a jobless thug. for higher costs, doubts on the official narrative after republic outcry from kyrgyzstan. he's been freed. there's a consensus among observers that this crisis has little to do with international terrorism. absolute no get in schools, agent said i am sure that the climb which lost its powers behind the st. joseph. they wanted to regain the power by violence by overthrow to quiet life in
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almighty is returning to a semblance of normality. but the news on monday that 3 senior officers from the security services had died 2 from suicide, raises further questions about what really is happening in sarcasm. robin 1st year walker, elders here. ah . at least 9 people have been killed. most of them children in an accidental blast in eastern afghanistan. witnesses say children in the district of law, poor and anger had a province took what they thought was scrap metal to a food food cart vendor hoping to exchange it. but it appears to have been an old mortar shell, which then exploded. afghanistan is one of the countries with the most unexploded land mines from decades of war. and the conflict i caught in me
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and mar, has sentenced, ousted leader on san sushi to a further for years in jail. so she was on trial for illegally possessing walkie talkies and breaking corona virus restrictions. this sentence is on top of a 2 year jail term had the down last month. tony chang reports now from neighboring thailand, so that she cast her balance in 2019 election. it looked as if me on mars democratic future was assured. 14 months later, hunks answered, she may well spend the rest of her life in detention dazzle, day 2 hours at the latest round of sentencing amounts to an extra 4 years. in addition to a previous sentence, 2 years before 2 of the cases in which he was found guilty with the illegal possession of walk, he took his a charge that some say is an example of how trumped up the accusations against her are those walkie talkies belong to the body guards provided to her by the ministry
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of home affairs and guest who runs the ministry home affairs. it's a, it's a ranking military officer per the 2008 constitution. so, you know, the military should be actually charging itself with malfeasance in bringing in on license walkie talkies rather than the person who's a house. they happened to find them. it hung san sushi and her party, the national league for democracy, of one every election in myanmar since 2012 by a substantial margin. if as the military government has proposed you elections are held, she would be a very difficult opponent to beat. although her international reputation was tarnished when she appeared to defend the actions of yeah, mars military fritz crack down against for a hang of muslims. she remains and i come for democracy at home. but despite her detention for the past 11 months, resistance to the military coup, remain strong. whether it be uh, sheltered, she or the president of me and more or anyone else with thousands and thousands,
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we have been arrested into chain and are facing trumped up charges. ah enough is enough. this is unacceptable. and will not be accepted by, by the international cri age 76 on sunset. she is already spent decades of her life in detention, this latest sentence, and the outstanding charges she still faces could remove her from the political stage for the foreseeable future. but a new generation of protest is taken to the street to the military coup. their persistence suggest they'll continue to fight the democracy with or without. but tony chang, i was there still to come in this half hour. venezuela's opposition celebrates a crucial election when in the birthplace of the late president, chavez. and the no red carpet a list, the stars or live audience. why this years? golden globes awards were largely ignored by hong
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ah and once again, the only in see is playing host to a center of stormy activity, which will effect on neighboring countries. in this part of europe that, that is the active where there's clearly a good deal of cloud else web. actually it's fairly quiet. temperatures are 203 degrees below the average. it's a cold winter after all. the snow in the middle of sweetness is tuesday and the temperatures are on the mild side for london. that coming back down again, probably for scotland and ireland. but the sun is pretty dominant unless you happen to be anywhere really from tunisia eastwards to turkey. that it wouldn't normally an increase in ages could be cold. sunny weather, there is rain around particularly of a place like malta sicily. but circulating largely grease where snow hold readily
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as it probably will do over the balkans, down through bulgaria as well. not process only slowly moves eastwards during wednesday and it was east into turkey. a turkey gets rain 1st of all, but of course it's fairly readily high in land. so the snow will fall in sudden turkey and then in northern turkey. come wednesday. so it's a big circulation which will affect libya and egypt quite throughout the rest of north africa to get that's nigeria, where a boucher surprisingly is quite hot. ah, roaming is one of the most accessible sports in the world. al jazeera correspondent andy richardson, takes us on his personal journey of discovery. when you find yourself out in the middle of nowhere in ronnie's hurting. why should not just stop exploring the growing popularity and science? he pushes the limit from kenya to the antarctic. in search of answers to why we run
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al jazeera correspondent, lou ah, reminder now of the top stories on al jazeera, us and russian diplomats of wrapped up the 1st meetings in a week of diplomacy, and that deescalate, in pensions of a ukraine. russia has sent tens of thousands of troops to its border with ukraine raising fears about a potential invasion. russia's president, this claim victory in defending neighboring kazakhstan from what he called a foreign back uprising. more than a 160 people were killed during last week's anti government protests and
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a court in me and mar, has sent pen spouse, sped leader on sons who chief to a further 4 years in jail. this sentence is on top of a 2 year jail term handed down last molly's military rulers have strongly condemned new sanctions imposed on by the economic community of west african states. labeling. the measure is illegal at a summit in ghana on sunday, the regional block said its members will close their borders with molly recall their ambassador and cut aid over delays to return to civilian rule valleys. leaders want to hold elections at the end of 2025 instead of next month. molly reacted by announcing it will recall that some bachelors and clothes and borders with no money, money deploy, look at the government of molly deplores. the inhumane nature of these meshes which affect populations already hard hit by the security crisis and health crisis,
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particularly that have coven 19 monday, monday appears actually that it due, molly has already decided on the basis of reciprocity to recall its ambassadors accredited to echo was member states to close its land and air borders with the states concerned, the government of molly wishes to reassure national opinion. the measures have been taken to ensure normal supplies to the country by all appropriate mains when millions of children have finally returned to the classroom. in uganda, after a coven shut down, lasting nearly 2 years. they've suffered the world's longest disruption to schooling because of the pandemic presidency. what was 70 credits? uganda as high vaccination rate for the reopening. but there is concern that as many as a 3rd of pupils will not return because they started working or became pregnant. most public schools have been offered virtual lessons since they closed in march 2020 vision. sick. i've been here had you know,
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it is one of the biggest sick us in the country, having our own over 15000000 students in the country now. but the ministry of education also tried to print walk, which was a distributed contra, wade for the pit, is to see how do i 60 that you've been where i've been that destruction for some parents and children division ships are not going to be the same other children unfortunately, have become parents within discovery times i look down that period and they probably will never go back to school. they have become recommends, ah o. as in certain cases, parents may never be able to goods jobs again to be able to support their children
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. so it's been a myriad of challenges, but nevertheless, we are very popular toyota, seeing the low to be again, health care worker as in india, as well as people over 60 are now eligible for corona virus. booster. shots on the current infections are being blamed for an 8 fold increase in infections over the past 10 days. but the number of people in hospital is well below the number as seen during the previous delta peak. health officials that fear a repeat of last year's high infection rate with mass religious gatherings due to happen soon. italy has tightened this restrictions for those who aren't vaccinated against kobe 19 significantly limiting their access to a range of everyday activities. what's known as a super green pass will now be required for taking public transport and entering most public places, including restaurants, hotels, gyms and museums. the past shows whether someone has been fully vaccinated or recently recovered from co. 19 and means and negative pests will no longer be
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accepted. the government has also introduced mandatory vaccinations or for everyone over the age of 50 serbian tennis star nova joker, which says he still wants to compete in the australian open after being released from immigration, the pension. the 34 year old tweeted on monday that he was grateful and australian judge overturned his visa cancellation and said he wants to stay down there to play the australian government. cancel that joke, which is visa and place them in the tension late last wednesday, after officials decided he didn't meet cove at 19 entree requirements. franz hale have held that rallies outside the hotel that he was being held in. the tennis champion successfully challenged the ruling in court, but it's not certain that he will play in melbourne. the immigration minister could cancel his visa a 2nd time while love a joke of which his mother spoke of her joy at
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a news conference in belgrade. the dog. oh the man you're me! this is the greatest victory ever greater than all his grand slams. please leave me . he's not guilty of anything. you've done nothing wrong, nothing against a loss, but he was suffering all this torture. we've all seen that joke which one has called battle by arguing that he had coop at 19 last month. but the news conference wrapped up quickly when his family was asked if he was out in public while he was infectious as pictures on social media suggested. oh, i'm ready to go. ok, so this 1st conference is a journey of them. thank you for attention. the u. s and european union has imposed new sanctions on 7 nicaraguan officials, just as president. danielle ortega is set to be sworn in for a 4th term. it was reelected in november in
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a vote that washington and brussels called a sham several acquisition candidates were arrest that ahead of the vote and independent election observers and journalists were banned the sanctions a target to of or take as children who serve as as advisors, as well, as the police force and electoral body venezuela's opposition is celebrating an election when one of the ruling socialist party's biggest strongholds, opposition challenger, said yoga, re though beat yogi, at, as that to become governor of but in a state, the birthplace of the late president will go chavez. it was a re run vote after the previous opposition candidate. it was disqualified, just as it looked like he was going to win perishable reports, disbelief and joy at the opposition headquarters in the state of readiness. people celebrated and to lead at night. the victory of the opposition candidate over that
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of the ruling socialist party in the home state of venezuela's former president award chavez ha mooney elected governor, sent hilary. jo said, but he never made history on sunday morning. surely of the world has its eyes on burritos and we can show with strength and unity what we have achieved. we surpassed adversity in spite of the obstacles we encountered. i want to recognize the brave people of baroness. the ruling socialist party won in mo, stay doing local elections last november. but this is the 2nd time people headed to the polls to elect local authorities in bodinez. after another opposition candidate was disqualified by the country's highest court. and a re run was announced for january 9th, buddy nancy sa crucial state for the socialist party. it's the birthplace of all cherries and has been run by his family for over 20 years. you'll see my little government picked for my foreign minister, jorge arissa as the socialist candidate, and deployed more than 24000 security personnel to secure the elections. people in
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venezuela are going through a devastating economic crisis. 5000000 people have left the country and most of those who state are struggling with inflation and poverty is terminal john doe. we are fighting, not just for a change in governor, but also for a fundamental change in berlin. a society in venezuelan society after the death of commander travers things have become chaotic. the government of nikolai, my ludo, is under pressure by the international community to guarantee free elections. and he se sunday's vote could be a turning point if you guessing up there, if the government has invested so much in this election, all their power was in. but in us losing it could inspire voters to go to the opposition and to stop believing that through elections. there could be change that of and were years away from the presidential elections. but this may definitely help them in the years ahead o d o position. the result is a significant victory. but it's still
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a long way from winning the presidential seat. it is i will under cedar. the pilot of a light aircraft has narrowly escaped death in california, after a crash landing on a railway line, a train his lane, which had lost power shortly after takeoff. now just moments before the collision, police had pulled out the pilot of the aircraft and dragged him to safety. he was treated for injuries in hospital. no one on the plane itself was hurt. miraculous escape. a golden globe film awards to which usually kick off all the woods awards season were held on sunday, but you may have missed them as the lavish star studded event was a broadcast live and was largely ignored by celebrities. reynolds reports now from
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los angeles, on how the golden globes have lost their lustre. 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, feel so bad for them because they can't quite seem to get on the right foot. make
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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 her 2nd. and 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 swanky 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 a reminder now of the top stories on al jazeera us. c and russian diplomats of wrapped up the 1st meeting in a week of diplomacy aimed at d escalating pension with ukraine. the talks were organized after russia and tens of thousands of troops to its order with ukraine raising fears about a potential invasion. russia wants legal guarantees that ukraine will never become a member of the nato alliance at the man rejected by.


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