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crisis, the africans union hold its 35th ordinary session, the 1st with israel as an observer state, with several nations campaigning against israel status and pressing issues across the continent. there is much disgust, february on a jesse era ah violent process and burkina faso supporting a mutiny by soldiers were demanding basic conditions and more resources to fight armed groups in the country. ah, other, can fidel, this is al jazeera live from doha, also coming up tensions remained high in ukraine over roches, massive military force near the border. the us and the 2nd batch of weapons to support pierre eggs of fear spies again.
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ne, syria continue to i. so fight is attack a prison in an attempt to free a large number of taliban representatives in norway for talks with nato countries, including the u. s. he'll be demanding women's rights and of comstock in return 8. ah, a curfew has been opposed to mckinney fossil after a day of violence and army camps and on the streets. people will have to stay inside of a nice and the internet's been shut down. the government has denied there was an attempted crew after a mutiny by soldiers. heavy gunfire was heard from barracks in the capital y got to go over several hours. sad that a nearby air base is growing frustration over the government's failure to stop attacks by armed groups. and we were cans reports from either didn't downside
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military barracks in downtown. why could you give any recon broken only by the sound of gunfire? cultures era went inside the camps and spoke to the soldiers. they made a series of demands, but did not call for the dismissal of bikini fossils president rocca bori as if they see corsica in point pleasant. my cm's yard said mud with lawyers, me by me. they differ, got 3 with st. georgia personnel alumnus are valued their new plan. as you can see, to your plan, my landscape will you do collect it as if you offer became a photo, his face at the tax by armed groups linked to al qaeda. and i fill in recent years,
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an estimated 2000 people have been killed and a further 1500000 have been displaced while the government has resorted to arming civilians to fight off armed groups. many in the armed forces see this is a mistake. they say they should be given the means to fight armed groups, not civilians. we were just taken inside the camp as mutiny, as pointed their guns with us. inside we saw mutineers with ski masks, firing their guns in the air, demanding to be heard. the government says the situation has returned to normal, the defense minister denies this was a crew attempt. st. president, bori is safe and still in charge, not by deity. i strongly deny. first of all, the head of state has not been detained. no institution of the country has been threatened. so as i said, these movements a localized, they are circumscribed. and we're following the evolution of those movements. on
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saturday, security forces fought with anti government protesters who blame the leadership for failing to stop the attack by arms groups. negotiations are underway between the president and the soldiers who states the mutiny. but trust is hard to come by. court in the middle of the people if became a fast and a country that appears to be spiraling out of control. henry wilkins al jazeera. why can't you get a false of internal security concerns? a heavily influenced by its neighbors? it's part of the g. 5 regional efforts combat armed groups, links to i saw and all kind of france 1st intervened in 2013 and deployed thousands of troops across the hell. alongside 1000 more un peacekeepers that had minimal involvement indicated faso and most french troops had left the region. the security situation continues to deteriorate, especially in areas north and east of the capital, one and a half 1000000 people have been internally displaced. david auto is
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a director of the geneva center for africa, security, and strategic studies. he says, troops are often facing 5 is that better than they are? so it is the same, is that the need some kind of change. so the one, the top brass of the booking of a military to be changed amongst the cited patient oh, of the month. what they're saying is they need more military reinforcement. you know what that is to do with the have these movements i think also requested for. ready some tactical equipment, you know, one of the things that they complain about is the fact that in some circumstances the so go, do you have these groups, you know, the slamming of the grades are so hell there more than the military. i think one of the last few months we've made the stuff they want to see the welfare of disorders . you know, they want to make sure that the government can take care of the families of those
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who have died in the war from and, you know, i think, you know, these are the key demands which they're made. but it's, it love to be, see, this is going to be awarded by the government yet. within the next 7 or 5 days, one would know exactly what is going on. we haven't heard from depressed. and yet we've had from the ministry of defense, you know, a general aiming what he said is that because the president is not today and that this is not a detox. and you know that the military don't that that has carried out the mutually, you don't have to meet the demand that we don't know where this is going to. especially with the ongoing for this fighting between us banks, kurdish forces and i saw 5 who has continued for a 4th day there a prison in northeast in syria. the armed group attacks the jail to free imprisoned members. the violence is less than 70 people did. and as i said, bade before, the people in the area have become fleeing their homes. this is the moment i still
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detainees, escaped from prison in northern syria. for days i will fight to attempt to free this fellow member. it's unclear how many have managed to escape, how many have been killed or recaptured by kurdish forces who are being supported by us there strikes the prison has is more than 1200 prisoners from 50 different nationalities. it's seen as the most significant attack by i feel since the armed group was defeated in the region 3 years ago. the this footage shows eisen fight is breaking into prison. a pile of bodies dressed in uniform lane corner, kurdish forces say they have the upper hand dosh, but we have now dice exist only in the prison. i mean, apart from the prison, they don't exist anyway. so they are controlling the prison only, and we are surrounding them. they do have weapons, i don't deny that,
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but they can't do anything with that. they might run out of ammunition and therefore they don't fight back residents near the prison or fling the fighting them. but it's been bombing pain and context since yesterday, and young people were slaughtered. what's is happening, the situation is catastrophic. we felt the shelling and conflict we got scared for our children, and flood is also reports. i so fighters have broken into homes and kills people. i was just low 3 diane members, broken and killed, full men on neighbors. 2 of them were brothers as the fighting continue. the fear now is with this attack mean the significant return by the armed group or a one off attempt to replenish its numbers for a future front against kurdish forces. i said bake jazeera. the us says it's ordering the departure of family members of staff from its embassy in ukraine. washington says all citizens should consider leaving due to the threat of military
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action from russia. earlier ukraine received a 2nd batch of weapons from the united states. $200000000.00. shipment is aimed strengthening care defense capabilities as russian troops math on ukraine border. moscow denies it's planning a military offensive. speaking on us television, secretary of state antony blinking has again warned russia against any military incursion. we provided very significant military assistance to ukraine. we've been taking action against russian agents in ukraine. but as to the sanctions, the most important thing we can do is to use them as a deterrent, as a means of dissuading russia from engaging and further aggression. one sanctions are triggered, you lose the deterrent effect. so what we're doing is putting together a whole series of actions that would figure into president putin's chemicals. when mike, hannah joins isn't alive from washington. d. c. mike, what can you tell us about this state department order? is it ordering evacuation
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where we've just been briefed by to state department officials who make clear that level 4 of evacuation procedures has not been put in place. what this means is that family members of embassy staff must leave a ukraine immediately. however, the staff themselves can leave on a voluntary basis, in which case basically that means that they can stay unless they want to leave. they are now alive to leave a should they which so it also appears that girl, commercial flights are being used. this is not an evacuation as such, the embassy personnel also the state department personnel also made clear one very important point that there has been no change in the situation in recent days, which has led to this upgraded travel notice at making very clear that the decision to do so now was not in response to any specific set or threat rather, the broad threat opposed by a russian incursion, which has been in place for
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a period of time. now, the state department officials also say that a u. s. nationals in ukraine should start making arrangements, should they wish to leave, making very clear that the u. s. embassy will not be able to help them to leave, should they then decide to do so at the state department official saying that u. s. nationals should plan accordingly and if they want to leave a get out on commercial flights booking themselves. okay mike, meanwhile if we look at what anton evening can secretary of state is, is now saying is the us shifting its position on sanctions well, the secretary of state's making clear their, his belief, which he has done in the past that sanctions are just one part of a broad base diplomatic initiative. now we heard him say there that once sanctions are triggered, then the power of deterrent is taken away. this is
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a shift in position, and certainly perhaps not one of that the u. s. is european allies would agree with at the whole point of sanctions is to force a sort certain course of action or as punishment for a certain course of action. it is not there purely as a deterrent because otherwise the but body that is being a facing, the threat of sanctions is simply going to ignore it. so this is a complicated issue that the secretary of state brought up there, emphasizing that he sees sanctions as a deterrent primarily rather than as a punishment for any action taken by russia. this is at odds to a point with the european partners and certainly at odds with members of congress here in the us who have made very clear their belief that sanctions should be imposed, that they should be substantial. and some republican members of congress insisting that the biden administration is not taking sufficiently powerful efforts to
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prevent russia from carrying out any incursion of ukraine. so questions arise out of what the secretary of state there and the difference in terms of what sanctions are full of a punitive or are they there as a deterrent? which if they are not observed, then they remain as the de teran. so a slightly confusing statement by the secretary of state. i my candidate in washington d. c. thanks for that update. they all the leader of a pro russian political party and ukraine has dismiss claims by the u. k. that he's bought of a plot to replace your brains. government equipment is also rejected. u. k. allegations that moscow has been working to replace ukraine's president voted maslin ski with former m. p given mariah in an interview. but i have said he's considering legal action. russia is foreign ministry, says britain and nato on deliberately escalating tensions with key if well,
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it's unusual for the british foreign office to release intelligence information. like i said, it gave almost no detail about the conspiracy or challenge has more from london. the british government hasn't said why they are not providing the evidence to back up this intelligence claim. but there are good reasons why they might not want to because of course, in an intelligent setting, if you reveal the evidence, the way in which you found intelligence out that can blow the source of that intelligence and close off any more of it coming your way they don't want to do that, but it does make it just a matter of trust. do you trust the british government when they say something like this? and of course the russians are saying, no, we absolutely don't. it's nonsense. also saying it's nonsense is the man at the heart of this intelligence release. his name if you have any mariah from egypt, senior year, but of course everything looks ridiculous and funny. first,
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it's baseless as everything performed 5. secondly, it's absurd because i've been under sanctions from the russian federation since the 1st of november 2018. i have been denied entry to russia. i represent a threat to russian security that happened after a conflict with the victim id. the joke. after that, i created my own party sanctions were imposed to limit my political activity in ukraine. it seems the british governments announcement is being treated with a certain amount of amusement, and that's mainly because he gave him arrive. the man we just heard from is seen there is a bit of a fringe figure with not that much influence and it's believed in care. there are more obvious choices that the kremlin could turn to if they wanted to put in place some sort of puppet regime. and also there are inter agency rivalries between the g r u the f s b s. the off agencies that don't actually often work
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together. and so one agency might be planning something or positing something which other agencies don't condone and hasn't actually necessarily yet got the by and of the kremlin. so what the british intelligent 17 picked up on could actually be low level chatter and not something that's really a consolidated plan. still head on al jazeera, the impact of sanctions against iran is being felt by those in need of urgent medication. and we take tone patrol when the amazon rain forest, the trackers who are trying to protect i selected tribes. ah ah, look forward to brighter skies the weather sponsored by cattle at ways and improvements in the air quality across northern india. hello everyone. let me
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explain why we saw some showers, so that helps clear the atmosphere. look, we can actually see the cars going around there and the people, but this is not going to last and here's why. still cool, pool of air here is so new delhi, 17 degrees thing cold there, sinks to the surface. so on its way down, it's grabbing all of that smug and shopping it to the ground. so foggy and smoggy for the next several days and temperatures here. still, while below average, we've got some rain dancing around the entrepreneur dash o dish into west bank all cut across bungle addition to the far north east of india on monday. now for se, asia sunny spells finally in the forecast for jakarta, with the high of $32.00 degrees and rounds of rain to be expected. central southern portions of philippine stretching from sebu right into devout. and so if we look at the next 3 days in devout look at this thunderstorm risk, i think the worst of it on tuesday and high humidity feeling about 40 here. the soaking rains that triggered landslide alerts and cather,
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she met that energy has now pushed away. so mix of sun in cloud and cargo shima more sunshine though in tokyo with a high of 11 degrees. okay. got to run. i'll catch up with you later soon. ah, the weather sponsored by katara weighs oh, mount vesuvius is one of the most dangerous active volcanoes in the world. but not everyone fears living in its shadow biscuit. so there is something like medic about the service that the people who don't live champ 0 will goes to the red zone, me and naples to understand this unusual level. living with the volcano. when i was just hearing the
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ah, noting our desire, our reminder of our top story is this our authorities advocate for so have declared an overnight curfew offer a day of violence. soldiers, newton need said several army camps. the government denied that there was an attempted to us is ordering eligible family members of its embassy staff and ukraine to leave the country. coincides with the arrival of a 2nd bench weapons from the united states to shore up kids defenses. moscow denies as planning and offensive. fierce battles have continued for a 4th day around a prison in northeast and syria. for iso pfizer trying to free imprisoned comrades . uncle courage forces are pushing back supported by us. airstrikes with dozens reported dead on both sides. taliban officials are in talks with western
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powers in norway. the focusing on afghanistan is worsening. humanitarian crisis and reports of human rights abuse. senior taliban members are expected to meet officials from several nato countries, including us representatives, as haven't been debated reports. it's day one of the 3 day trip for the afghan delegation led by the foreign minister of though is the 1st place in europe after trips to russia. iran got their china in pakistan. but nor is made it clear that this does not mean legitimacy for the balaban, but a child to talk to those who are in charge of honest on technology. i'm not good anymore. bombed clay ha, got him in norway. we have a meeting with the u. s. and also with the european union on matters of mutual interest. one part of our meetings would be with our afghan desperate, who are outside the country, especially in europe, their ideas, consultations, and plans will be heard. this means that meetings for mutual understanding will
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continue between afghans during the close doors meetings at a local hotel, economic business and political issues are high on the agenda. the rest is looking to use it's leverage of sanctions, frozen gun money, and humanitarian aid. while the interim government wants money, the just the mercy and removal from van lists, the focus from outside remains in pressing taliban leaders on their promises to deliver women's rights good education and civil liberties. thought about the this trying to move from a fighting force to a governing council have yet to deliver on a country wide secondary education for girls, but have allowed women to work in hospitals. schools in the airport. they deny arresting them and cracking down and activists while some them and continue to protest and demand their rights. very often, in the absence of that communication, the international community or different stakeholders keep moving, the goal posts. so in order to make sure that the parlor bon, are there with the words that they're putting out there,
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are aligning with their actions and women and disenfranchised books in general in upon us on our protected. that's going to be a huge outcome if that can come out of or we can start headed in that direction from norway. the harsh winter is yet another screen for most guns who have not been paid for months and struggling with a collapsing economy. and the biggest available needed is to keep the population fed and war agencies. $1000000.00 are gone, children could face salivation, that's despite the united nations providing money to pay for salaries and importing essentially like wheat and electricity. taliban officials and says this the piece and won't let of nathan become a security concern. but they say, in order for it to function as a state, the international community must release $10000000000.00 of money for an abroad to get the economy going and address humanitarian needs. a sound job aid the,
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the or iran has been demanding the immediate lifting of us sanctions crippling its economy has been one of the main talking points in vienna where terran and other countries are negotiating on how to restart the 2015 nuclear deal. and is russel sir dahl report sanctions of at a major impact on the health sector? especially those fighting rare diseases. madam ha, medina sir, has a genetic blood disorder called tele smear. she needs frequent blood transfusions, just kept going. any better for targeting our body doesn't produce blood, so we need to receive it monthly along with some specific medicines. but we haven't been able to find the medicines we need for months now, and we're slowly dying because of it. that is because she is also caught in the crossfire of global politics. find the medication in iran has been difficult since 2018. that's when the u. s. pulled out of euro's nuclear deal with world powers and green paused economic sanctions. but there is more that profess maryann from
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receiving proper medical care. many international firms have also stop doing business with iran, as they feared they may also be sanctioned. they include global, this recruiters of medical supplies. and this has could evolve people's access to medical treatment across the country to less amir patients or know, among millions of people whose health is seriously threatened. or would you normally caused by john wood when the us pulled out of the nuclear deal. we thought it was just a political situation and that we wouldn't be affected that much. but more people are dying by the day. 547 patients have since died and another 7000 are at risk. as many as 300 of them may not make it by the end of next year on that one on one house for the in the set up, the loss is all too familiar. this photo is from a picnic you organized with tellus, im your patience back in 2013. does he points to are no longer alive? man, as i said, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha ha,
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i'm beg. the people who impose these sanctions. if they have a problem with our officials, they should solve it with them. they shouldn't target ordinary people. they need to know that these medicines are vital and they must lift sanctions so we can receive them. we can't live a normal life like this, an 8th on the thought to provide the 2015 nuclear deal is now under the indiana. but so far it hasn't produced any tangible result. and with the help of millions of people at stake in iran and failure could do worse than damage its economy. that's who said that, oh to 0. to run a group of scientists in israel say a full shot sizes coded 19 vaccine. triples protection for people over the age of 60 early results show that it makes that age group twice as resistant to infection . nose has had 3 infant injections, but the scientists clarify that the additional booster will not provide complete immunity. police and turkey have arrested a prominent journalist on
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a charge of insulting president richard type on certificate. osh was taken into custody after a tv appearance on an opposition channel during the broadcast. she quoted a proverb about an ox walking into the palace and turning it into a bomb. the proverb was originally directed and turkish president come osgood face between one to 4 years in prison. if convicted the giovanni reserve and brazil's amazon news home to numerous tribes who have never had contact with the outside world. but illegal hunters and fishermen are encroaching all their space on a key knock, ever bolts on the fight to keep the tribes safe. so deep in the amazon jungle, various indigenous leaders have joint forces to protect their livelihood. we accompanied native trackers during a week as the police, their job id valley reserve in area twice the size of japan. it's the home of 18
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tribes. 11 of them have had no contact with the outside world. economic wonder are this part of the river belongs to brazil where white men do as they please? but ahead of us is the indigenous. giovanni territory is forbidden to all but us, yet we're still in danger. in the past, the threat came from oil companies and muggers. the government forced them out 2 decades ago when the job id reserve was dumber catered to well, some by you who used to make a living. cutting down trees in the area is now helping the indigenous tribes face a new enemy, increasing number of poachers and fishermen who have been sneaking into these remote lands to steal their food. i know they have been legally capturing endangered and expensive species like the beat out of co fish and turtles to export them at high prices to neighboring columbia. and peru you are working outside is depleting this protected forest of game the local,
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indigenous tribes hunt, and fish just enough to survive. the legal fishermen catch as much as they can to sell abroad and make money. they have already had shootouts or government authorities who tried to stop them. the patrol men are few in number, but have been arm by engineers with technology, satellite maps, cellular apps, and a radio to communicate with the villages inside the job id valley. ready we've been patrolling the duck why river for 2 days now, and the model will, indigenous people have been showing us how poachers and fishermen entered their lands illegally. the find the small canals as you can see here, behind me. and they ride these wooden canoes, which are very mall, and very hard to find, specially at night. we followed the intruders tracks into the jungle. our guide shows us how be cleared a path to carry canoes to small rivers further down, which will take them deep into the forbidden territory. it's
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a daily tent kilometer hike through unchartered glance, with an occasional stop to hunt for food. on the way they find new clothes like this empty salt bag, full body, the thought is used to preserve the fish until they are taken to the market. the fish are taken to the battling a 5 hours down the river in the market place. smugglers also sell illegally hunting alligators and turtles. but the real business is booming, just across the border in the colombian city of leticia. ah, all the fish here comes from brazil on a good month. this fishery sells 70 tons. the most precious species is the pit out of cool. one of the largest fresh water fishes in the world. a t as bid ada tells us. he caught almost 150 last week. i sell them in columbia because the price he is better than brazil. he claims all the peat i will call here, are certified and have come from designated management palms in the amazon like this one. but the colombian navy, patrolling the saudi moiz river,
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says most fish are illegally caught and smuggler. oh, indigenous leader beth muddle bull, says the legal fisherman work for international drug cartels as part of a money laundering scheme. picky and i thought you could come back on working as i've been to move on to every little cannuck and carry the equivalent of 8000 dollars worth of fish and turtles. and there are many canoes working for one master . we set up our own patrols to prove to the government what's going on, but, and nobody sees my. he says that unless drastic measures are taken, many more endangered species will continue to be smuggled out of the indigenous territory threatening nature and the livelihood of the tribes. monica, you are not give al jazeera job id valley. ah, this is al jazeera, these all the.


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