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and interrupted, and i realized i was working for something that was evil, you know, being a part of actually creating that. maria with her meat, christopher wiley, the death of journalism is only the 1st signal for the death of democracy studio. be unscripted on al jazeera. ah, this is al jazeera ah. hello, i mary. i'm to mossey. welcome to the news our life from london. coming up in the next 60 minutes. we look at the impacts of the tangle mechanic eruption felt across the globe. but with communication systems down, the island nation remains cut off from the world. our report from bangladesh where the only con, very interesting covey infection rates triple in the past week. no backdrop,
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which leaves australia after a quarter polls his visa cancellation. it could be 3 years before he's allowed to return. also, the united states is currently way behind other countries when it comes to offshore wind power. i'm prison salumi on the east coast. coming up. i'll tell you what's being done to change that. i'm devin ash, with sport to big shock at the africa cup of nations as defending champions, algeria beaten by equitorial guinea and another england. bassett collab sees australia sale of foreign l ashes series when inhabit ah hello, welcome to the program, our top story, the underwater volcano rupture that triggered as soon on me across the pacific ocean could be the most powerful slogan of its kind in 30 years. flood waters from
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the way, of course, significant damage across tonga, a fiber optic cable connecting the country to the rest of the world is thought to be broken. which means communications could be down for weeks. said ami a lot, stretch from japan to new zealand, and even the united states with 2 women reported to have drowned in peru, alexia bryan has more now it took only minutes to the ways to arrive. this an army and gong, st. tom, his main islands tong popping, the water rushing, assure, and to homes. and this church in the capitol look or loafer. this woman was screaming live on facebook when the waves swept through. they were triggered by this. the under water hung her tongue, hung her alpine volcano just 70 kilometers from the tongue and capitol. it's been, are opting for weeks. but on friday, violent activity increased, including
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a record breaking amount of lightning males. this joint explosion, which scientists think is a one in a 1000, your event, this so volcano it takes about a 1000 years. a fully reach answer would just happen to be around of the point where is unleashed a vast amount of it's mike. men are really exposed away, was probably one of the my c, m, energetic explosions of the entire 21st century. i saw the eruption was some big, it could be seen from space. and between that and the so now me significant damage is being reported and toner. oh, you zealand is planning to st military aircraft to check the damage. that was an almost 20000 meter high ash cloud. it's not yet safe to fly. shops along the coast have been damaged in a significant cleanup will related no coil. ofer is covered and thick film of our kennedy dust, new zealand to so the effects of the waves, the water tossing boats as if they were toys in this marina. some fisherman said
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they had to run for their lives, his little boards on board, mixed to my boat. and i had my warning. i heard the noise and people running down the p is banging on the bikes, telling them to get a shockwave from your option without across the pacific. with an army warning from american samo and evacuations of homes ordered in japan, 8000 kilometers away. waves a meter higher than usual, were registered on the west coast of the united states. hello world. we are surviving the snowy out here in pacifica. i can tell you it is happening. yeah, it is happening on california's huntington beach. some sense is ignored warnings to stay out of the water. eager to ride a historic wave for the south and chilly residence in cooking borne los rios were asked to move to safe zones. at least 30 meters above sea level holland,
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peru to women were reported to drowned and strong waves near the northern coast. let me know medical. i didn't notice the 1st wave. during the 2nd one, people started moving more towards the shore. it was with the 3rd wave when it reached a war. on the 4th, everything got flooded and the water reached up to my niece. this, an army threat has receded that reports of damage is still coming in and the are option and toner may not be the last. alixia, ryan al jazeera or shane cronan is a professor of vulcan ology oakland university. he studied the hunger tonga, hung up by volcano, from 2014 to 2015. he joins us by skype, so you have spent time in the area a could you 1st of all, stop by explaining what causes an event like this. here, what a marion. good to talk to you. so intervene like this. this was the culmination of
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magma building up inside the spoke kind of for quite some time. so it's full of magnetic gas. so it's full of trapped gas with inside the magma. and as the magma pressure rises within the volcano, and there's the gas pressure rises, eventually volcano can no longer hold it. and so there was a sudden release of that gas to produce the rupture. and so like you were mentioning, we visited that island that was produced in interruption in 20142015. and that was basically a little island produced in the middle of a large cold era. and that was kind of like the full run around the curtain rise to the main event. and we were also seeing coral fridge, colorado that was uplifted recently and around 2015. so the swelling of bank volcano has been going on for about 10 years prior to the export of eruption.
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and what about this shock wave that emanated from the island, which, which radiated outward, was close to the the speed of sound. now just explain that part of the explosion forest and how it was able to travel so far so quickly. absolutely. so all of these very large explosions are very impulsive explosions. produce an atmospheric shock quite so you imagine that the top of this volcano, around 150 to 250 meters below sea level and is that material sort of rises out of a rapidly rises at the top of the volcano bulge of expanding magnor and gas it's just bursting out and it's bursting out through the water and in through the air and that rapid sudden explosion in pressure eyes is the air and we
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think of the air is being sort of, you know, invisible. and there's nothing there. but they are actually, what happens is the, it gets compressed until the shock waves and they were traveling around the world. the remarkable thing about this or option was your head, the rapid rise in the expansion of the gas and steam plume. and then parallel to that, you had the sea nami radiating outwards and also the shockwave radiating at what's went around the entire world. is the west of eruption now over. we would hope, sorry. certainly the gas rich has, has, has occurred, and we've had a very strong gas gassy explosion. i would expect them to be continuing eruptive activity, but perhaps lace explosively violence. now the 2 for 2 reasons. one is the 1st of all over the, the gas accumulated in the malware is kind of escaped and that big burst. the 2nd
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reason is the top part of the volcano is kind of collapsed in on itself. and so then the top part of the volcano is a little deeper than it was before. so this may, may have the effect of damping the explosion, but at least in the atmosphere, it could still produce the synonymy with, with ongoing, your options violent as the explosion was in the effect that it had on the area causing a great deal of damage knocking out communications, this is actually relatively rare. this happens once every 1000 years. well at this volcano? yes. so your previous speaker was talking about a 1000 year time interval when that was because i studied the volcano, but also i studied the ash from the volcano on top of the top and on the pipe group of islands as well. and so using radio cabin dicing, we've been able to get a chronology of those of those previous eruptions. and the last one of this kind of
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size was around 1100 id. and then there was another one around $200.00 id of about the same size. so we think that's the kind of reach of the best particular volcano, the scale of disruption, probably volcano explosives index to the 5. so there's a scale from 0 to $8.00. and the explosive energy was similar to that of the $991.00 pennant to better option in the philippines. although the philippines eruption was longer and produced more. so this one was a quite a shorter option. extremely violent spectacular on that magnitude scale. but because relatively small amount of mag now we're thinking something in the order of a half a cubic kilometer between a half a cubic kilometer in one cubic kilometer about the size based on the changes in the top of the volcano. and also based on that size and sprayed all be erupt unemployed
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despite the fact that it doesn't very often just the strength of the explosion, as you've explained to us how devastating is that photographer ball. thankfully, this island is spent 65 kilometers away from the capital city of tonga. so that's the sort of immediate impact, sorry, but this kind of eruption within the sort of 20 kilo much a 25 kilometer radius would be extremely davis stating. and so when you're further away, the biggest impacts are obviously the soon i mean generated. and these were remarkably big for volcanic events and the, and the fall. and then also the ongoing presence of sulfur dioxide that's in the atmosphere that can continue to produce acid rains. and crop damage and also just struck water supplies. well thank you very much for joining us. i do appreciate it from oakland,
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shane cromer and vulcan ologist. thanks very well, there are reports that several people have been injured into explosions in central baghdad. video posted on social media shows the awesome off of the blast with fire burning near a shop front. bloss targeted store selling alcohol and hotel venue located in the car. the area of the rocky capital. the no claims of responsibility for the explosions. or were falling developments in nigeria as well? at least 13 people were killed in the north west and can be state in an attack by dozens of gunman on motor bikes. it happened on friday night, the village of dun candy, which was set on fire by the bandits. 3 members of the security forces believe to have died in an exchange of gunfire. at least and other 7 people were kidnapped. you with the news ally from london much wants to lead foil program is 1st migrant
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caravan starts. it's 4000 kilometers journey from central america. could these people be on a road to nowhere? defending champion of that joke of ich, out of the australian open we look who's now favorite to lift the trophy ah, over testers have been rallying in amsterdam calling for an end to all covered restrictions across the netherlands. prime minister mark were to announce the easing of some measures on saturday. back to this day, they want more freedoms restored. netherlands has been reporting rack or daily infections in recent weeks, but hospital admissions do remain low set. vasa reports from amsterdam, a diverse group marching for freedom in amsterdam, war veterans extreme right activist, anti factors and other lockdown. why would
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you stand up to put a few that you with my kids? that's important. but how many infections right now in the madeline? yeah, there are branches, but they're not dying. what do you think of the fact that the extreme right parties are also participating in this mar? yeah, let's say it's a less than 5 percent of all the people here. and, oh, we don't do anything. do that. ah, mama's joined to rally showing the demonstration was not only about to look down as you got a real view of on the who provoking, aka, we want to show that farm is support other citizens to fight for free country and for our freedom. for 2 years, we have also been under a lot of pressure from the government with you all. i did a listing of review last month. the netherlands had district us lockdown measures in europe due to a late rule out of the boost campaign and a high number of hospitalizations and death. on the mountain criticism,
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the government partially lifted those restrictions but kept the hospitality industry closed. in response, business owners opened their restaurants and cafes this weekend in protest from money here, it's clear the government to level out and open up society completely warnings that's only grown inspection. so in our large part of society, falling on deaf ears, research has shown that this trust toward one associates a government institution. in this high we are destroying the lives of our children. families are being destroyed, the whole country is being destroyed. and our business is being destroy. it has to stone, you know, we, everyone should be able to decide about their own lives and has faith that people can do and make sure we stay connected to each other. compared to neighboring countries like germany and belgium denial and has not implemented a so called to g policy. we're only dos,
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vaccinated or cured from cove. it can access public places with these protestors complaining about their lack of freedom. this measure is so far seen as politically unfeasible. steadfast and al jazeera in amsterdam, austria has revealed plans for a 3 phase vaccine mandate, which the government owes will become law and next month. now applies to people aged 18 years and over instead of the initial proposal to include 14 year olds. if approved, austria will become the 1st european country to bring in a mandate for con, had vaccination, a maximum fine of about $4000.00 could be handed out for noncompliance. first phase involves police checks on the on vaccinated. it's their devices, those windows, the 2nd phase is one. we are seeing the vaccination progress is still lacking. there will be a reminder letter to those who still aren't vaccinate. 20. and in the 3rd phase, if all of this turns out to be futile, there will be a letter with a vaccination appointment, followed by
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a penalty mandate upon non compliance. the nissan, hypo bangladesh, is reporting a sharp rise in covert infections. cases have tripled in a week with almost 3 and a half 1000 detected on saturday. most of the new cases have been registered in the capital. darker government has introduced new restrictions to try to control the spread of the virus. tanveer chandry reports. many small business owners ears have barely recovered from the impact of the last covey. 19 locked down. now they're worried about army crime. i'm other gym to dorothy lee. i read where we are really concerned because last time we had a major corona outbreak, business was bad for us. in recent times though, things got a bit stable and we're okay. but if there's another locked out due to corona outbreak, then i'll situation will get really worse. under the new cobit restriction, public gatherings remain suspended and transport or operators have to limit the number of passengers to half capacity. 11 point 1st,
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restrictions on public movement and business is imposed by the government to fight the spread of army crowned instruction is ignored by many, mainly due to lack of enforcement and monitoring by the concerned authorities. some help experts sworn that the situation could morrison lane lee. it is coming from india retreat. we are very long barduage and lot of people are coming across the border every day because we can all just off the moment of the people on litigation of the people. and also people are not wearing must bangladesh have been able to fully vaccinate only a 3rd off it's 167000000 population. under the new rules, most businesses require customers to show their vaccine certificates almost up to the foundation problem. as many customers do not carry the racks in god with them and get upset when we had a question to show the cod some luke on flight. other say they do not have the card
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yet. the government fears hospitals won't be able to cope if army cron infections continue to increase the body of your body. if the infections rate and the number of patients increase, then there will be no space left in the hospitals. as you are aware that all micron is increasing globally, so we must be on full alert from now on. for many, there is a growing concern about whether the country can cope with another major covey outbreak. low income and daily wage earner say this off of the most from the imposition of this new restrictions tanveer children of jazeera darker well, the chinese city of gian is gradually lifting restrictions after more than 3 weeks in a stretch lockdown. people living in areas deemed low risk able to leave their homes for short periods to buy supplies. city shot down on december 22nd after source surgeon case is linked to the delta variant. our government has been under pressure to control infections before the winter olympics open in beijing next month.
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although markovich has been deported from australia, the tennis star last a last ditch caught appeal to overturn the cancellation of his visa government argued the unvaccinated plays presence with fuel anti vaccine sentiment. jock of it was hoping for a record 10th australian open title. instead, he's on his way to do by sarah clark reports now from brisbin. after a weekend in hotel detention. neither joke of it was granted temporary leave retained to federal court hearing in a last ditch attempt to stop the potations. but that freedom was shortly after 4 bench voted unanimously in favor of immigration minister alex hope. the decision to remove him from australia it in the will. number one tennis players beat to defend his study and opened title. brokovich was fit to play in the 1st round of the tournament on monday evening. he now faces the prospect of a 3 ban on re entering
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a strata in a statement. he said he was extremely disappointed, but would cooperate with authorities and leave a stranger immigration minutes to argue the joke of which posed a public health risk. and his no position to mandatory vaccination could feel that his support is outside his lawyers. office. disagree. not i job, which is not, i mean, he's the voice for human rights and human choice. he's never cited. he's always just decided that he was the control. what interest is money? the chief justice james also stress that the court was not fair to judge the merits of joke, which is, ties only whether or not the minister actually was within his authority. it's the 2nd time joke of which has faced the federal court enlisted of when he was approved for a visa and a medical exemption to play in the strain open on the ground. he already had
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covered 19 in december, but on january the 5th when he arrived at melbourne to port immigration officials said he failed to make the entry criteria. and his visa was cancelled a federal court. then over turn, that decision only to be over ruled by the immigration minister. 4 days later, when the government announced joke of which must leave australia. this is a poem where the federal government issued a visa. let's not forget that issued novak, which with a visa allowed him to board a plane. and then when he arrived here during that time, really the chalk which was in the air, there was a change in the attitude from the state and federal government. and it was a hostile reception, the job of it's got when he arrived here. the federal court ruling has been welcomed by the government. a strategy has some of the toughest water restrictions in the world. and more than 90 percent of its adult population has been fully vaccinated is try and open will now go ahead on monday without the world's number one tennis player sarah clock out to 0. brisbin australia. meanwhile, has been
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a strong reaction to the ruling and jokers, which is native serbia, president alexander view church said australia had humiliated itself. it was very easy for us rental for it is to say from the very beginning that okay, only vaccinated on the inoculated people could enter australian territory. but it didn't say so. they were saying completely different story, including this medical exemptions. and after that, they forgot about it and they wanted to create political prince alleged political principles, which were not principles at all. no, and i was sort of following all shabbas crime responsibility for a suspected suicide bomb explosion in the somali capital market issue. a government spokesman was injured in the attack, a photographer at the scene in the capital full. the soul said that he witnessed body parts scattered outside the home of mom at abraham ali mood before he was
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taken to hospital. i'll shabba fresh about fight is linked to al qaeda claim responsibility for many attacks in somalia and also in neighboring countries. and monica at godaddy, blah, blah, blah. stop in here. i rushed to the sea and saw mohammed abraham marlborough injured, lying on the ground. it took to looks around here, dispersed. one of them carried wanted a place to rent a car which was rushed to the hospital and was sent to us and i was taken to hospital. we took under his rifle, was injured, and also from his body. i bet it matters here, a course put it in jama nurse has more from mortgage issue. i've just so much to what i did, it's clear that it is the somali government spokesman mohammed ibrahim molly mo, who was the prime target of the explosion. according to a statement from the somali official news agency molly was injured in the attack by a person wearing an explosive belt in this area where we're standing now. the attacker detonated the belt near molly moved as he was leaving his residence. no
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further details had been announced yet as to the condition of molly mill. however, what seems to be clear so far is that the somali government spokesperson may have been targeted in an assassination attempt by the suicide bomber wearing the supposed to belt. this is not the 1st time and attempt is as been made on while he was life. he's a journalist and he previously worked for a number of local and international newspapers. he once worked as a correspondent for the b, b. c. he also was a witness to the light o terrorist attack. the government office is likely to come out with a statement on what exactly happened and how serious it's spokesman injury is. today's explosion is the 2nd within the span of one week in the somali capital nobody issue ahead of the upcoming presidential and parliamentary election. now guatemalan authorities of intercepted people from honduras in a corolla trying to make their way to mexico. dozens have been deported farther north, international aid workers is saying that mexican shelters, from migrants in refugees are already overwhelmed with people hoping to be able to
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cross into the u. s. but many people, a stark waiting for their asylum, say, claims to be considered, or in 2021. the by the ministrations that it's refugee cap at $62.00 and a half 1000. but days from the pew research center shows, only 11 and a half 1000 refugees were allowed in. and that's because of 2 things of 1st is the migrant protection protocol. the m p. p. it's the 2 m it. it's the remain in mexico program. it forces asylum seekers to return to mexico, while their case is a heard in the united states. there's also title 40 to a provision introduced under donald trump and then continued by the binded administration. critic say the measure exploits. public health concerns over the pandemic. as a pretext to avoid having to process asylum applications on your apple, i now reports hundreds of people gathered in the city of some pivotal sula,
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honduras. in the early hours of saturday. they quickly organized before sunrise to begin the perilous journey of more than 4000 kilometers toward the united states. burritos him, but i bar, that is all really danger whether you're going with the smuggler already mcgovern. because it always danger in any way, no matter who all grip. it's the 1st large scale wave of central american migrants of 2022. while most are from honduras. there's also a large number of migrants from nicaragua. tamika come in are in doodle when, although it is quite a tough road ahead of us and to ask god as well as the government of honduras says we are still in hon jude until the tory to please a company us until we reach guatemala. to not put any road blocks ahead of us on banging migrants rights activists watched closely as the mass of people left the
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city. they also made an effort to dissuade more people from joining the caravans. citing the many dangers migrants face to reach the us for arthur mon yamaha, but we make a call for the rest of our compatriots. not to take the risks involved in taking this path. the dangers are bigger than the possibility of achieving the much desired american dream. on mexico's border with the united states, more migrants arrive every day, only to find themselves stranded, sometimes for months or even years. here and the one on migrant shelters are operating beyond capacity. if this latest migrant caravan from central america is successful in reaching the u. s. southern border, it will only add to the already overcrowded conditions at this and other border cities. seeking to avoid a larger crisis aid workers in the one i have asked regional government to do more to ensure the resources necessary siding. a growing number of families with children continue to arrive at the doorstep of the united states. manuel did up
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a little al jazeera, the quantum mexico said i had for you on the news and promised a new direction family, but was toppled in it. could we look at the life of abraham to the ca cater who has died at the age of 70? thanks. and liverpool went against friend fit in that primarily to close the gap on the leaders will have over girls again. ah. hello there. let's get going on your weather forecasts for europe and africa. nice to see you. got to hang on to your hats if you're in north western portions of europe. and that's because we're going to see those winds pick up, particularly across the baltic states. we're could see winds of about 80 kilometers per hour. we have his shield of snow cutting across areas of ukraine into romania.
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same goes for the check republic into slovakia and speaking of snow, look at belgrade 6 degrees. so high temperature is above average. but because there is still snow on the ground and got that warm pocket of air over it, that will do the trick for some missed in fog to start the day. we've been dealing with flooding across all of that. so i'm sure that seen and gaz at here we had some days of rain so that piled up quite quickly. localized flooding their water logged roads for the good news is that rain has stopped so much calmer conditions, but chile and nippy. just a high of 70 degrees and ramallah on monday now towards the western mediterranean right now, things are calm here, smooth sailing, plenty of sunshine, but low temperatures. in some cases, madrid just a high of 11 degrees off to africa right now and still a cool pool of air toward the northeast with this scattering of some showers. cairo has a height of 15 degrees on monday, and now during the know we'll see soon, take care. ah,
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some people marry for love of is it can be a commercial transaction. which in your ass, i'm it for the $3700.00 euro payment just for the march concurrent out there, a world meets men and women using marriage as an illegal passport to europe. not necessarily. it could be worth it for a time looking at organize a sham marriage at a financial and emotional cost. but then he left me for a woman 33 years older than him. marriage for sale on al jazeera on counting the cost of the cycle, great resignation, guys, global. why all people increasingly quitting that job. egypt for canals achieve the highest revenues and it's been high. his twin why he was wearing between nepalese and indian fight, counting the cost on al jazeera mm. holding the powerful to account as we examined,
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the u. s. is role in the world on al jazeera lou . ah, ah, welcome back. the main stories this allen now the underwater volcano russian that triggered as soon nami across the pacific ocean could be the most powerful exposure of its kind in 30 years. flood wars has caused significant damage across tomba and the communications could be down for weeks. bangladesh is reporting a sharp rise in covert infections, cases of tripled in a week. the government has introduced new restrictions to try to control the spread and know about joke of it has been deported from australia, the men's tennis number one player last a last ditch course,
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appeal to over time. the cancellation of his visa now the f. b. i's identified the man responsible for taking 4 people hostage at a synagogue in collierville, texas. as a 44 year old person, malik pfizer at cram all for hostages. were rescued safely after a 10 hour standoff with police at graham died. at some point during the stand off, but to officials of not said how a crumb was demise was demanding the release of pakistan in you are a scientist, our fiesta dk who is serving an 86 year jail time for try to kill us troops and f b, i, agents, or mbc cars, one in morgan, shasky has more from texas, that's already not going into details about the final moments of that rescue or what took place inside that place of worship. but they are saying that right now, those 4 members of the synagogue, including a rabbi,
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are now speaking with f. b. i. agents to paint a much clearer picture of what took place when that man entered that place of worship. saturday morning and began making demands, at least one of which was the release of a federal prisoner being held at a detention facility about 20 miles away from this quiet dallas suburb. well, max abrams is a professor political science at ne of us. he joins us by skype from boston. so 1st of all, what sort of communication or coordination will that be between u. k and us intelligence or law enforcement agencies over this? i think that we're at the very early stages here. this obviously involves the united states. we're the hostage about top end and the citizen care apparently was from britain. and so it's possible that you know that the u. k. has information about this guy that will be useful to law enforcement in the united states. and so
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they're going to be talking not just at the law enforcement level, but also the hostages themselves, who were exposed to this hostage taker for a rather long time. the incident took place over the course of, of something like 10 hours. also i think that some of the event early on was recorded because this was during shabani most of the congregants were not actually present in there, so they were watching it online. and so i'm sure that they're also going over the footage. and they're probably also talking with the family. i think that the questions about when, you know this individual lives in the united states and what he was doing in that interim period in between when he arrived and when the hostage incident happened. it's likely that during that time, that's when he got to go. and so where he got that fire alarm is also going to be
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of interest. and what will investigators want to know from the people who are inside the synagogue? i think maybe the most interesting question is, you know, what are the motives of this individual. you know, it's been widely reported that there's, that there's hostage taker or crum made it to me. and for the relief of the d k, who is a sort of a known archive link, terrorist who's been in us custody for a long time since 2010. and so that's very interesting because that shows that it's not a standard hostage event, but that it's cameras finished. and so it's and then i felt burks of his family and his family thought strike to sort of dismiss the political angle by saying no actually you know,
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relative suffered from mental health issues that i think that we may gain additional insight from the hostage. and, you know, did this individual seem like he had mental health issues? was he, you know, seemingly stable and consistently repeating the same political to me? well, we had those hostages in his custody. and how straightforward would it be to establish why this particular place was targeted? well, that is another question. i think that it's self evident that, that the target was not arbitrary. i don't think it was random. if you look at the population of texas, you know, most people are not jewish. this guy clearly went to a synagogue good. the hostages were intended to be jewish. he appeared we got the rabbi on the phone in communication with another rabbi in new york in order to make
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the demand for the release of that terrorist in us custody. all of which suggests that that jews were targeted in particular. and that, that makes particular sense. because the to tell us in us custody was a very well known sunlight. so i do, i am not of the belief that this target selection was in any way arbitrary. i'm very relieved as are, you know, as is everybody that in the end, the hostage taker ended up demonstrating some restraint. surely he had the ability to kill those hostages. if indeed it's true that he was armed and yet he did not do so. and so this event ended much better than the way it started. thank you very much for sharing your thoughts on that. started as max abrams joining a staff from boston. my pleasure. now molly's former present. abraham blue
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book arcadia has died. it is 17 months since he was deposed by military coups that followed weeks of opposition, protest against ethnic violence, corruption, and a flag economy. keisha was 76 years old. i'm at interest reports now. you brian booker, kate has journey, tamale's, presidency, was long and difficult. after a number of unsuccessful campaigns, the politician, better known by his initials e becker, was eventually voted in as president in 2013 than reelected 5 years later on at his inauguration when he enjoyed lots of good will. he promised a new direction for molly. if i'm lucky that abraham booby car cater came with high expectations at a time of crisis in the north, where the threat of secession was real. his phrase molly 1st impressed a lot of mullins, who thought he's a man who would change the country and stabilize immediately. but molly's problems
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continued to mount under his watch. although you reached some form of agreement with coral rebels in the north, the rebellion didn't disappear. adding to the unrest in the boston often lawless. a hail region. 14 fighters, led by al qaeda, strengthening their grip on a large slave of territory. electro. michelle, he slipped on many fronts. we lost kettle bell along the line. it was realised out he really didn't grasp the craft of leadership. he kept changing his ministers resulting on chaos in governance, we saw the rise of ethnic violence crisis. in short, we can say, because government has really failed to live up to expectations. it dawn, 7 decal. the french let military intervention imprinted 13 help to civilized many parts of the north. but which in 20172020 attacks by armed groups increased killing hundreds of civilians and military including foreign troops. ethnic violence in the center of molly spied out out of control. national reconciliation efforts launched
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by kita failed to bring lasting peace. with on august 18, 2020, a group of military officers took up arms in what started as a mutiny at this military barracks, outside the capital. ironically, it was where other military officers at launch their co in 2012. that to paved the way for elections, which eventually brought catered power in 2013 the slow pace of political reforms, corruption, the philly economy, and port infrastructure fed and decatur sentiments. the fall out of the $10.00 to $20.00 parliamentary election was a final straw to prison. the yet below, every prism that see should have a school cuts of the population can assist it. unfortunately, abraham kate, his government was a catastrophe. nothing, no one. on the contrary, the country found itself in a difficult situation, and the government was acting as if everything was okay. a 2nd to him was a fiasco,
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yankee machine. but kate, his supporters praised him for improving the lives of marley's 19000000 population . of why i am glad to read his army. when you look at the military, you see he is equipped them with both hardware and supplies. to deal with. the crisis in the north is also increased wages paid to civil servants and the military . it's sad how people have politicized everything in this country. kate, his presidency, was also dead by rumors of ill health, but he assisted he was fit. the shallow. now sudanese authorities have banned al jazeera ma busha from reporting in the country, ministry of culture and informations that it revoked the channels license because of what it called, unprofessional coverage that damages the country's interest in social fabric. alger 0 says it's an attack on press freedom, while the u. s. embassy in sudan says it's a step backward for freedom of the press. and increasing number of british politicians are calling for the prime minister boris johnson. to step down or the
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government policies held during coven locked downs. their reports, or as johnson has drawn up, crisis plans to hold on to his job. on wednesday he apologized to parliament for attending what he called a work event. while the rest of the u. k was subject to strict restrictions, an internal investigation is expected to be published next week. and in barbara's following developments for us from london, it's clear that the pressure is on bars, johnson like never before. now on sunday, the leader of the opposition labor party, his stomach, again called on him to resign. he said it was clear, the prime minister had broken the rules by attending a garden party, which involved sending out invitations to stuff to bring your own booze. of course bars. johnson told parliament that he thought this was a work event, but many of his colleagues have rubbish. that suggestion, case done were also saying the bar is johnson has lied to parliament previously
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when he said had been no parties. number 10 downing street on sunday also rejected a report in the sunday times, who had spoken to a former ne number 10 official who said that boys johnson had been warned that god in policy was in fact illegal. and that he should counsel it number 10 very clear the boys johnson did not get that warning. but all of the revelations have meant that the conservative members of parliament, a receiving a whole flurry of angry emails and phone calls from constituents saying that he's gone to father bars. johnson has lost public trust and he needs to go only 6, tory and he's have said the same in public, but it's believed that many times more of that figure have actually sent in letters to the back bench. $922.00 committee needs $54.00 of them to do so,
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which to which would trigger a leadership context within the conservative party. crossover is ban. sub is national referendum from being held inside its territory. but it's allowing ethnic serbs to vote by mail. also has parliament vote to stop polling stations from being set up. describing sunday's voters unconstitutional. somebody wants to make changes to which judiciary, which is a condition for e membership, kosovo which concerns itself. a sovereign state is home to about a 100000 ethnic serbs. algae, there is boy honors, they honor, which has more from belgrade, sir b. 8th, holding constitutional referendum on appointment of judges and prosecutors to day. the referendum takes place armies through b as ongoing york session process approved by serbia laws maker in november last year. the proposed constitutional amendments required that the power to appoint judges and prosecutors be transferred from parliament to the high judicial council
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. at high prosecutors counsel, it is an effort to de palletized judicial appointments. the council of europe has affirmed the amendments align with the you. rule of law standards over fostering an independent judiciary. what is new is that there is no more traditional 50 percent, minimum water turned out for referendum to be successful? the question is responded by yes or no. yes, bring serbia girl sir to for feeling the eel, judicial criteria for membership. on the other hand, the law abolishing the water turnout minimum may pause the risk to the country's democratic development. no means that sir b as e or ongoing accession process will be stopped and the parliament will still be the one who will be appointing judges and prosecutors in serbia. now tens of thousands of people are without power across for us states because of a powerful wind to storm trees and power lines are brought down during strong winds
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and heavy snow in parts of georgia, north carolina, south carolina and florida. many flights were cancelled or delayed on saturday forecast to say conditions could get worse in some parts. the storm is tracking to the northeast. meanwhile, construction has started on the 1st large scale offshore wind farm and the united states. the country lags far behind other industrialized nations on this, but the by the demonstration is pushing to meet clean energy commitments made under the paris climate agreement. kristin salumi reports now from the new in coast. it's a project years in the making a wind farm off the coast of massachusetts. we're looking out to the ocean. so 35 miles from here. that's where we will see the turbines. 62 turbines known as vineyard when one enough to power 400000 homes, the ceo of the danish company behind it says it took the approval of more than 2
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dozen state local and federal agencies to get to this point. it was not easy and definitely not the easy because it's also the 1st of its kind. oh oh, the white house hopes to fast track and other 7 offshore lease agreements by 2025. at the groundbreaking ceremony in november, the secretary of the interior discussed the biden administration's clean energy goals. the united states is making giant leaps in building a clean energy future. it's a solution that can create robust and sustainable economies that lift up communities while also ensuring future generations have a livable planet. offshore, wind power in the united states currently is next to nothing. 5 turbines here, off the coast of rhode island and other to further south in virginia, that's it. adding hundreds and hundreds more is crucial to the biden administration's plan to cut carbon emissions. but it won't be easy. infrastructure
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improvements will be needed, including new transmission lines that must be built, 2 densely populated areas. the grid capacity has basically run out or at a point where we need to proactively plan for this. next generation was next round of big wind and solar projects. fishermen and environmental groups worried about the impact on marine life have filed lawsuits attempting to halt vineyard wins construction. all these guidelines that are in place for protection of being bypass everything is getting streamline to for these permits to go into place quickly. and that is a concern. the industry is promising to bring thousands of jobs and millions of dollars to the coastal city of new bedford. already the country's largest fishing port. so this is the 1st purpose built facility for offshore wind deployment. for the mer, it's a balancing act, a go off fishing. and some cases where the wind farms are going to go. and so i
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determinant where wind farms go, how far apart turbines are, how they're aligned, are all very complicated questions that affects both industries. still the industry and its advocates say the u. s. is ambitious goals for offshore wind power can be achieved and also that they must be to keep you as clean energy targets in sight. kristin salumi al jazeera on the new england coast, coming up very shortly on. he's out for you, jam his hair, wave action from the africa cup of nations. as tunisia will quote that us, when at this year's tournament, ah extraordinary men and women who are breaking the mold from the taxi drivers investing everything they have in to their mini bus. only to face extreme danger on the suitors rough his tracks. to the jokey, turn paramedics saving lives,
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transporting the sick and elderly for medical help. blue su to risking its own own al, jazeera compelling to journalism. we keeping our distance because it's actually quite dangerous ambulances about the explosion inspire program making. i still don't feel like i actually know enough about what living under fascism was like. how much money did you make for your ro undelivered i made. fab al jazeera english proud recipient of the new york festivals broadcaster of the year award for the 5th year running. lou ah,
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ah, jim is here now with the sport. thank you, mary. i am the australian open set is, gets underway in a matter of hours that as you've been hearing about number one, know that joke of it, you won't be taking parts as he's been deported from the country. the 20 time grandson champion and his team were escorted by an official to their due by bound flies after losing an appeal to overturn his visa cancellation. 3 judges up held the immigration minister's decision, which was made on public interest grounds after the unvaccinated joke of it's entered australia earlier this month. a deportation audit usually also includes a 3 year bam. on returning to australia. shock of actually the statement saying i am extremely disappointed with the court ruling, which means i cannot stay in australia. i am uncomfortable that the focus of the past weeks has been on me. and i hope that we can all now focus on the game and tournament i love. i would like to wish the players at torment officials, staff,
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volunteers, and fans all the best for the tournaments. as in plenty of support for jock of rich in his home country and that shows no signs of stopping by grade illuminated his toys skyscraper in the lights with the national colors and a message reading noah and nickname for novak you are the pride of serbia. say with the defending champion and many people's favorites out of the australian, even that opens the door for his rivals tennis broadcast at craig. gabriel joined us earlier and gave us his pigs for me. the favorites. on the men's side, i was tossing up between the new members and alexander's vera from even before all this could possible began. so i'm still obviously sticking with that. they are the, the next to high seeds off the jock of it. so they've been playing terrific tennis bed the day at the end of last year guided russia to the davis cup
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championship. he's won some outstanding titles like his grand slam maiden. grand slam with us opened september, beating chocolate. it very handily. 646464 in the final. and then the exam is very finishing off the year as well by taking up the a t p tour will follow to a final into room. so these guys have been playing some outstanding tennis. that was a big shock at the africa cup of nations were defending champions. algeria were basin by equitorial guinea after leaving the opening game at tutorial guinea. we're looking to get off the mark here. and this is just that the band with the only goal . if the game algeria drew the opening match against the animal, now most likely have to be ivory coast in that final game. to avoid the exit. speaking of the organization under the chance to open up a commanding lead, i've read twice, lead against, proved to be rather resilience and
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a late drama as i'll have you. tomorrow's 90 minutes strike short rule jean as a recovered after losing their rights and in game against molly. they redeem themselves here against martina 2 girls of the opening. 8 minutes set them on their way in the n that while the cows re scored twice in a fort mill victory gym, as you have any ever won this competition once before, that was in 2004 on home soil. gambia and molly started the days action after a goal as 1st off the molly and finally went in front courtesy of abraham, a kinase penalty in the 79th minute. then gambia had a penalty of their own at 10 minutes later. lisa barry out is not one of the final school english premier leeside everson of sax, their manager raphael, benita hes, after less than 7 months in charge. as for his former club, liverpool, they've moved out to 2nd in the table after a 3. no. when i've branford, the video is called levels of 1st just before half time before alex oxide
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chamberlain's diving had made it. who knew that the mid field at went off with an ankle injury soon after liverpool were gifted. a 3rd go after some that sloppy play at the back y brent. that, as you'll see here on the boat, eventually putting the net, put in the net to buy to keep it minimize on his 27th birthday liverpool of cut manchester cities lead at the top to 11 boys and have a game in hand. australia's cricket as of wraps up, a foreign ill ashes series went off to get another bass in collapse by england. things. what looking good for england and high boss after 6 wickets from markwood house dismissed the aussies for just a 155 runs. england needed 271 to win and started well at 68 with our last for they then lost all 10 wickets in the space of just 56 runs. so it's australia who in the 5th and final test for england is the 13th to feet. and the last 15 tests in australia, but couldn't have predicted how the loss in
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a 6 or 7 ways have gone is just everything is on the plan is just so many calls you just take out of it ends. yes. the same to be part of that as, as history. some yes has been phenomenal. i think a lot guys will. so in america and i have not given it a very good a like a frustration in many ways. i think we've lost self down because we've not given a fair accounts with the same pharmacies and here at this moment in time about it. i am that so a sport for now it's back to marianne in london. lovely janet. thank you very much . we've got another full bulletin coming out very shortly, of course, as also a way website al jazeera dot com for the latest on the hour headline stories. but also lots of comments in analysis that takes you behind the headlines,
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which i will have for you in just a couple of minutes. ah ah. the virus is indiscriminate, yet those living in poverty are far more vulnerable to the dangers of cove. 19 ollie re examines the reasons for this disparity, a social and economic inequality that surround us. how much, much more problematic than we thought and asked where the lessons learned from the global pandemic could lead to positive change because of the, of the killed. all hail the locked down, expose of privilege and poverty during
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a crisis on a j 0. charged with crimes against humanity, $4000.00 pounds of torture and $58.00 cases of murder, rape, and sexual violence. people in power attract the 1st ever war crimes trial of a syrian high ranking officer. i am taking part of this trial because he did something bad to me and to others as person. i don't good. i focus about jobs as part of that he the trial of on one of the slim part to on i just either the city of cobble has experienced so much upheaval for decades. and this is another change to get used to. and one that spar from easy situation and now it's not clear all the people are just lost and confused. there are deep rooted fears about the erosion of basic crimes in particular for women and girls, despite assurances from the taliban and about to return to cruel punishments. for
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certain crimes, everybody will be safe, nobody's kid will be kidnapped again for ransom. now together, they're feeling their way forward into their new reality. ah. the impact of the tongue garden volcanic eruption is felt across the globe, but with communication systems down the island nation remains cost. haul from the world. ah, hello, i'm mary. i'm to mossey in london. you're watching al jazeera also coming up on the program. novak jokers which leaves australia after a caught up polls, his visa cancellation. it could be 3 years before he's allowed to retire on.


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