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no individual be safe until we are all safe. as long as transmission is allowed to continue the course of the fandom, it is going to be very, very unpredictable. stay with al jazeera, but latest updates. ah, a new zealand military aircraft is on its way to assess damage in toner after an undersea volcano trick is to nami, causing communications blackouts. ah, hello, i'm emily anglin. this is al jazeera live from doha. also coming up more corona virus restrictions in bangladesh where the army cranberry into st infection rights triple in the past. wait, tennis, don novak joke of h to ported from australia or after court upheld his phase attack cancellation. it
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could be 3 years before he's allowed to return a feeling. 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. ah, the 1st relief efforts have arrived in tongue are off to saturdays, volcanic eruption and soon ami plains from both new zealand and australia and air force will survey the extent of the damage. humanitarian groups are meeting in neighboring fiji to discuss the delivery of age. it all come says the 1st reports had of tongue a suggest. they haven't been mass casualties, but roads and buildings have been damage. laura bear to manley reports 2 days after this massive under see a russian. the pacific island nation of tonga remains cut off from the world.
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a fiber optic cable said to be its main line of communication. now broken nose, this joint explosion, which scientists think is a one in a 1000 year event. this so volcano it takes about a 1000 years. fully reach answer would just happen to be around at the point where is, i'm least a vast amount of it's migrant. a really explosive way was probably one of them and energetic explosions of the entire 21st century. new zealand had sent in the rhine surveillance plane to assess the damage. australia is author sending a military plane to help. we will be working closely with the government of toner with her. all highness, the high commissioner of toner, in cambra to ensure that we are able to deliver the sort of support that we provide to our pacific family and our pacific friends at this is a very challenging time. communications are deeply, deeply affected by the events of the volcanic eruption. it has been felt in other
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parts of the region. both countries at wait is for $20000.00 meat of cloud of ash to clear. those ash particles have been falling across tongue as islands racing fears about its fresh water supply. and this also thought to be widespread damage after tsunami ways washed up in target main island target tarp, who and buildings in the capital knock were low firm, including this church. there was lots of shock because even though people have been experiencing these smaller options for the last month or so, this really came out of the blue in terms of the size and scale of disruption. and so they were, it had taken people by surprise as had be an inundation from this, an army wave with communications and electricity disrupted. the full impact from saturday's larger option remains unclear,
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as does the scale of 8 needed to help the people of tonka norbert money on to theorem. bangladesh has tied and restrictions is carver 19 infections tripled in a wake public gatherings, a band and masks, a mandate train public places, but many are ignoring the new rules, despite the capital jacket being declared an infection red sign. tammy, challenging is there. many small business owners years have barely recovered from the impact of the last covey. 19 locked down. now they're worried about on the chrome. i'm other tin, the donkey 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 lockdown due to corona outbreak, then our situation will get really worse. under the new coven restriction, public gatherings remain suspended, and transport rapper is have to limit the number of passengers to half capacity.
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the 11 point press restrictions on public movement and business is imposed by the government to fight the spread of army crowned infection is ignored by many, mainly due to lack of enforcement and monitoring by the concern authorities. some health experts, one that the situation could morrison lane, li, it is coming from india. we teach, we are very long barduage, and a lot of people are coming across the border every day because we cannot just off the moment of the people on medication of the people. and also people are not wearing must, bangladesh has 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. how much hooked up out of the problem as many customers do not get the vaccine card with
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them and get upset again. me the question to show the cod some to comply. other say they do not have the card yet. the government fears hospitals won't be able to cope if army, chrome infections continue to increase hunger when you bought it. if the infections rate and the number of patients increase, then there will be no space left in the hospitals. as you are with ami kron is increasing globally, so we must be on full alert from now on. for many, there is a growing concerned about whether the country can cope with another major coby outbreak. low income and daily wage earners say this stuff or the most from the imposition of this new restriction can be child re, i'll just data darker. china is edging people to limit travel ahead of the learn a new year's celebrations. the country's biggest holidays. normally, the busiest time of the year, but for a 3rd year in a row festivities will be scaled down as cities battle corona virus outbreaks on micron has been to take in at least 5 provinces and minus apologies,
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prompting cities to impose new new restrictions. beijing is trying to stamp out the virus ahead of next month. winter olympics covering developments is brit climate to live for us in hong kong. brit. what's the latest on the micron app, right? in china, particularly around the capital well, cases in china are hovering at around a $120.00, but 12 cities have detected on the crown. and that's the big red flag for china. of course. busy sion gen recording, it's 1st on the chrome case, but the real cause for alarm, of course is the case in beijing in the hi, dan district. now the concern is there is that they're not sure exactly where it comes from. could it be linked to the change in costa, which is where the focus of containment is? but schools have shifted to online learning. some areas have been locked down and the state media is shinla released photos of officials delivering its supplies,
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delivery necessities to paypal there. of course, this is just 2 weeks away until the game. so officials are alarmed. change in the biggest focus of the outbreak, as i say, is just 30 minutes by train. so you can see why there is some cause for concern here. so what are authorities doing to avoid this impacting those all important games and of course, chinese new year, which is just over 2 weeks away. that's right, emily wo of if some compounds, residential compounds that have been shut down for the, for the time being residential compounds. work places as well, but as we know, beijing is take taking absolutely no chances with this they have tightened up restrictions for inbound travelers who will now be required to show a p. c. r, test 72 hours before that's on top of a 21 day quarantine already daily. ted temperature checks daily kobe tests. so
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really ramped up efforts, and we also understand they will be restrictions around chinese, new year, especially in the high risk areas around beijing. but officials right now saying that if you are in a low risk area, you should be encouraged to travel and they are encouraging local authorities to make the process as smooth as possible. but we have heard from shoe hood yet over the weekend. he said that old apartments should ensure the safety of the capital and the olympics, vice premier. her also echoing that, saying that growing uncertainty surrounding the capitals, pandemic controls should cause some alarm. and that should prompt authorities to be on alert. thank you very much for that update. britt clinic life rest in hong kong . south korea's military says north korea has $52.00 projectiles believed to be ballistic missiles. they were launched from an area close to the capital pyongyang. it's the country's 4th massage launch since the start of this year. novak joker,
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which has just landed in dubai after being deported from australia. it comes as sevien, president alexander virtue says the deportation was a fuss. he says the world number one tennis player was harassed by authorities. these are pitches from dubai. sarah clark file this report though, from brisbin, after a weekend in hotel detention. neither joke of it was granted temporary leave to attend a federal court hearing in a last ditch attempt to stop his deportation. but that freedom was shortly after full bench voted unanimously in favor of immigration minister alex hawk's decision to remove him from australia. it ends the world number one tennis players bid to defend his australian open titled jock of it was set to play in the 1st round of the tournament. on monday evening. he now faces the prospect of a 3 year ban on re entering australia in a statement, he said he was extremely disappointed but would cooperate with authorities and
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leave estrella. immigration minister argue that john, vic posed a public health risk and his opposition to mandatory vaccination could feel that sentiment. his supporters outside his lawyers office disagreed. not a joke with lisa ross for human rights, really choice. he's nervous guy is always decided he wants to control what is his money? the chief justice james also stress that the court was not there to judge the merits of jock a vicious case. wish only whether or not the minister acted within his authority. it's the 2nd time jock of it has faced the federal court in less than a week. he was approved for a visa and a medical exemption to play in the australian open on the ground. it already had covered 19 in december. but on january the 5th, when he arrived at melbourne,
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airport, immigration officials said he failed to meet the entry criteria. and his visa was canceled. a federal court then overturned that decision, only to be over ruled by the immigration of sir 4 days later, when the government announced job which must leave australia. this is a problem where the federal government issued a visa. let's not forget that, issued novak john of it with a visa allowed him to board applying. and then when he arrived here, during that time, really that chalk beach was in the air. it was a change in the attitude from the start in federal government. and it was a hostile reception, the job which got when he arrived here. the federal court ruling has been welcomed by the government. australia has some of the toughest water restrictions in the world. and more than 90 percent of its adult population has been fully vaccinated. is dry and open will now go ahead on monday without the world's number one tennis player, sarah clock. audi 0, brisbin, australia still ahead on al jazeera,
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more anti locked down protests in amsterdam. despite the dutch government easy, some of its restrictions. and we look back of the life of molly's to pause president abraham bouquet keita after he died of the age of 17. ah, ah, look forward. took roy to scully's, with sponsored boy cattle airways. air quality in new delhi is about to go from unhealthy to hazardous. hello everyone. so here's what's going on. we've got cold air over the region, so cold air sinks to the surface. so think of all the pollutants in the atmosphere . it's just being shoved right down to the ground. and so we see these scenes across northern india, certainly cold, cool air call at which it will, but 14 degrees in new delhi. well below average, it should be about $21.00 for the year. the ne monsoon pepin up in activity again,
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so we're seen a steady stream of rain into tamela do that's impacting janai and also rate across for longer. on monday, cross southeast asia were getting striked with some rain and storms. central southern portions of the philippines rate across indonesia and some of that rain starting to sneak back into malaysia after a few dry days. it is mostly dry across the indo china say for coastal sections of vietnam with them, showers and a batch of rain that was falling along. the gang c river valley has pressed further toward the south, were getting down with some rain a long way, lynn and solid. bands of rain for ty pay with the hive, $18.00 degrees or that see effect snow engine turning on again. so we're going to see the snow accumulate through the hills of honshu and hope kado scares and snow borders. going to love that soon. oh, the weather sponsored by casara ways on counseling because the so called great resignation goes global. why all people increasingly quitting their job?
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egypt through canals achieve the highest revenues and it's been high history. why? on a table was worrying between nepalese and indian creative counseling because on the al jazeera, we understand the differences and similarities of culture across the world. so no matter what moves when used in current calls that matter to you, lou. ah, hello you, what you notice here? i'm a my anguish, a reminder of hedgehog stories this hour and new zealand a forced crew was traveling to tongue to survey the extent of damage caused by saturday. so mommy, the flight had been delayed by ash from the undersea volcano that triggered the
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events. hvac joker, which has just landed in dubai after being deported from australia comes as soviet president, as alexander church says, the deportation was a farm. the men's tennis number one last a court appeal to overturn the cancellation of the space that head of the start of the strategy. nathan and in china, people are being told to limit travel. i had of the learning new year celebration the cities a battling on may con infections, as beijing tries to stop the spread ahead of the winter olympics next month. the testers have rallied in amsterdam, calling for an end to all kinds of 19 restrictions across the netherlands. prime minister mac router announced the easing if some measures on saturday, but activists say they want more freedoms restored. benevolence has been reporting reco daily infections and recent winks, but hospital admissions remain long, steadfast and reports from amsterdam. the diverse group marching for freedom in
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amsterdam, war veterans extreme right activist anti factors and other lockdown protesters. would you stand up for the future of my kids? that's important. but how many infections right now in the netherlands? yeah, there are bread chase, but they're not dying. what do you think of the fact that the extreme right parties are also participating in this mind? yeah, let's say it's a less than 5 percent of all the people here and what we can do, anything to that. ah, mom was joined to rally, showing the demonstration was not only about the locked down lab as you've got a real view of on the who of evoking aka, we want to show that farmers 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. you allah did a listing for, for
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a year. last month, the netherlands had district us lockdown measures in europe due to a late rule out of the booster campaign and a high number of hospitalizations and death. under mounting criticism to government partially lifted those restrictions, but kept the hospitality industry closed. in response, business owners opened their restaurants and cafes this weekend in protest. money here was clear, the government to the left loves on open up society completely warnings that only grown infectious. so in our large box of society, falling on deaf ears research shown that this trust toward one officious and government institution. this high, i guess we are destroying the lives about children. families are being destroyed, the whole country is being destroyed and our business is being destroyed. just has to stop, you know, everyone should be able to decide about their own lives and have faith that people
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can do this and make sure we stay connected to each other. compared to neighboring countries like germany and belgium than alan's has not implemented a so called to g policy. we're only dos, vaccinated or cured from cove with can access public places with these protesters complaining about their lack of freedom. this measure is so far seen as politically unfeasible. steadfast and al jazeera in amsterdam, a leading sudanese pro democracy group has conditionally accepted an offer from the un to broker and, and the country's political deadlock. mass protest against the military have continued since october last year. when the army over for the government, members of the forces for freedom and change, say they will, hotels with you and envoy, but refuse to negotiate with military. another group to sidney's professionals association has rejected the un mcginnis and mark as he was real. with the year, the center console of the forces of freedom and change decided to accept the
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invitation made by the united nations. a delegation from the center console with me to the un mission on, find it, and deliver a written document. still in sudan and authorities have banned elgin 0 move basha from reporting in the country. the ministry of culture and information has revived the channels license for what it calls and professional coverage. the damages, the country's interest and social fabric al jazeera is it's an attack on press freedom and is calling on international human rights and media organizations to condemn the action. the u. s. embassy incident waited, saying the revocation of al jazeera license is a step backward for freedom of press. a cornerstone of the democratic transition to explosions have struck central baghdad with reports of several people injured. video posted on social media showed the aftermath of the blasts which targeted to banks in the iraqi capital. there's been no claim on for sponsibility.
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the armed group l ship says if carried out a suspected suicide bomb attack and mommy's capital mobility issue, a government spokesman was injured in the blast. it comes awake after late is a great to hold parliamentary elections by february 25th. more than a year of delays to devise have deepened political tension. molly's former president abraham berber, caucasian, has died at the age of 76. he was deposed in the military cru. 17 months ago. that followed weeks of opposition, protest against ethnic violence, corruption, and the flagging economy. as an interest report, 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
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inauguration when he enjoyed lots of good will, he promised a new direction for molly rambler, carnita abraham bluebook arcadia 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 that material. but molly's problems continue to mount under his watch. although you reached some form of agreement with torak rebels in the north, the rebellion didn't disappear. adding to the unrest in the boston often lawless a. her region, 14 fighters, led by elk aida, strengthening their grip on a large suite 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 that he kept changing. his ministers resulting on chaos and governance. we saw the rise of ethnic violence crisis
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factory effect. in short, we can say because government has really failed to live up to expectations. it dawn 7 decal. the french lead military intervention in 2013 helped to civilized many parts of the north. but between 20172020 attacks by armed groups, increased killing hundreds of civilians and military including foreign troops. ethnic violence in the center of mali, spiraled out of control. national reconciliation efforts launched by cater 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. i run the cli, it was where other military officers at launch their cool in 2012. that paved the way for elections, which eventually brought catered power in 2013. the slow pace of political reforms, corruption, the failing economy, and port infrastructure fed and to cater sentiments. the fall out of the 2020
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parliamentary election was a final straw to president, yet below every presidency should have a scorecards of the population consisted. unfortunately, abraham kate, his government was a catastrophe. nothing on what. on the contrary, the country found itself in a difficult situation, and the government was acting as if everything was okay. the 2nd to him was a fiasco yankee machine. but kate, his supporters praised him for improving the lives of molly'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 insisted he was fit the case opposition later is accused prime minister bras johnson of breaking the law and says he must resign. johnson is fighting for his
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political life as the faces of growing rebellion with the conservative party of a government staff event held during covert 19 locked downs. last week he apologized to parliament for attending what he called a work event on top restrictions going forth to the public. the findings of an internal investigation are expected to be published as soon as next week. i repeat the identity of a british national shot dead after taking 4 people hostage and a cynical in texas has been revealed. 44 year old malick face l. a. chrome had a stand off with police lasting more than 10 hours. all of the hostages were rescued safely. chrome demanded the release of pakistani, near our scientist, i fear, dickie, who, serving an ac. 16 giles, him tried to kill us troops. and if the bomb disposal experts in spain have safely detonated an unexploded device from the
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spanish civil war. more than a few years ago, the construction work in the town of maya was stopped when an elderly man recalled how a bomb failed to explode during an era when he was a child. a tornado has destroyed dozens of homes in a trailer park in the us state of florida, winds raged around 10900 kilometers per hour. the storm has left more than a 100000 people with that electricity across several states. police have reported hundreds of accident trays and power lines were brought down during strong winds and heavy snow in the us. the governance of virginia, georgia, north carolina and south carolina, have declared emergencies well then 2700 flights were canceled on sunday forecasters say conditions could worst and in some areas the storm is tracking to the northeast. north carolina is now feeling the effects of
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a winter storm that will continue to move through the state today. as much as 812 inches, the snow was fallen in some counties and significant icing is causing trouble in the central part of the state. conditions very across north carolina and are dangerous still in the us and construction has begun on the 1st large scale wind farm off the coast. the country lags far behind other industrialized nations in clean energy, but by the, by the ministration is pushing to make commitments made under the parish climate agreement. christian salumi reports from the new england 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,
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the ceo of the danish company behind it says it took the approval of more than 2 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 another 7 offshore lease agreements by 2025. at the groundbreaking ceremony in november, the secretary of the interior discussed the bind administrations 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 to densely populated areas in 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 or being bypass . everything's getting streamline to for these products 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 out fishing. in some cases where the wind farms are going to go and so
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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 us clean energy targets. insight. kristin salumi al jazeera on the new england coast. ah. hello, are you watching out his ear? these the stories were following the salam, the 1st relief if it's have arrived in toner. off to saturdays. volcanic eruptions in ami plains from both new zealand and australia and air forces will survey the extent of the damage. the 1st reports out of tongue a suggest the hasn't bain mass casualties. shops along the coast have been damaged in a significant cleanup will be needed. nuclear loafer is covered and thick film of our
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kennedy dust, but otherwise conditions a come in stable power. his.


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