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return to cruel punishments. for certain crimes. everybody will be safe. nobody's kid will be kidnapped again to rental. now together, that feeling that way forward into the new reality. ah, russia says it's not satisfied with the u. s. his response to its main security demands. ah. hello, so rahman you're watching on there are like my headquarters here in the hall coming up in the next 30 minute reports that us supreme court justice stephen breyer plans to retire paving the way for president joe biden to nominate his 1st replacement. so the top called also major strain energy fan pulled down to me and to be
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deteriorating human rights situation. plus, i'm john on the polish side of the border with valor is where construction has begun on a wall to keep migrants and refugees out. ah, welcome to the program, we begin most k, where the kremlin says that the u. s. and native failed to properly address its security concerns. the western powers of refuse mosque is demand to buy ukraine from the security alliance program and says that response is unacceptable. it's possible to continue with talks. we won't ukrainian foreign minister has reaffirmed kids commitment to diplomacy. and the escalation was, despite the kremlin and nothing more troops on their share board or every day ukraine is absolutely committed to this, to until preventing the conflict. we are not planning any offensive actions.
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we are committed to diplomatic trek, and we are ready to engage with russia at different levels in order to find a diplomatic solution to the conflict. however, if russia decides to fight, will fight and that this is our country, and we will defend it. after talks empowers on wednesday, russia says advises from both sides, plus france and germany have agreed that the si, fi should be in place in eastern ukraine. they meet again in berlin in 2 weeks time . well, let's bring in dosage of our who's our correspondence in moscow and of course, dosa, i mean what more moscow saying because on the surface that's certainly not happy with the u. s. s. response. so one wonders what direction the talks head tools well, i think it's important to point out 1st that although the russian foreign minister said that they did not have positive responsive looking for on the main issue from
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the american government, they did receive some positive responses on secondary issues and circuit love rock was somewhat optimistic that they could continue to dialogue with the americans based on that. but of course, one has to wonder how far will they get when they can't agree on the core issue. and that is, of course nato's expansion. that is a cause for concern for the russians. the foreign minister said that they will also make the responses they receive from the american public in due time. we expect to know more details about what has been given to the russian president vladimir put in the kremlin, confirming, just a short while ago that the russian president has received the response from the t o and the u. s. government. and he studying it and will respond soon. the kremlin also said that it doesn't look to mistake for them based on what they perceive so far. and that the currents, russia west relations are resembling that of during the cold war era. certainly not
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words. we were expecting to hear at this time, there was some optimism that there could be diplomatic way forward. but on the main issues there seems to be still very much differences that are remaining. and there is still a diplomatic pass being pushed to forward. the russian foreign minister and his american counterpart secretary state anthony blue can, will meet again the date and time of that has yet to be announced. but we also know that the russian president vladimir putin will be holding a phone conversation with the french president emmanuel micron on friday. so there is still a glimmer of hope that diplomacy is continuing and dialog continues. but on the core issue, as the russians are certainly not happy, and it remains really up to the president as to where to go from here. and we'll have to wait and see what he decides. the finished dosage of ari, the correspondents in moscow that tens of thousands of people,
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her flood climate since russia antics dependent 80 years ago. now many are afraid that more complet could force them to move again. charles stratford reports from novel alex hoover, in southern ukraine. volunteers load comb to give pension is struggling to stay warm. ukraine's brutal winter cold. the men of tartarus turkey ethnic group who have lived in climate the centuries. tens of thousands left when russian troops illegally annexed the peninsular in 2014, worried about increasing tension between ukraine and russia. was in that way, especially worried about have women, children, and elderly. there is a war because we have no way to take them. we try to provide for them and reassure them as much as we can. the men had delivered colds 81 year old as ema, she, her family and an estimated 190000 soldiers were deported for crimea during stallings
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purges of his opponents in 944 with him customs i know. yeah, but i want to ask president, put in, why do you need to occupy this foreign land? how can you take over our land and tremendous like these shots that those are around 80 percent of this town have for rush of you have to show there is no open animosity between austin, but you can sense it. crimea is just a few kilometers across the water behind me. now, since russia illegally annexed the peninsular in 2014 is estimated that as many as 140000 ukrainians have left. many of them ethnic crimean saucers who say they fled persecution in their ancestral land. in the market, no one would talk to his own camera about their support for russia. but this lady said she felt great affiliation in the country, language and culture. if people chose climbing to be cause of russia,
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you said you live, then let them be. the mosque was built in 2002 for the tartar community on side. men gather for pres. hussein talk lou says he will never accept a russian rule in crimea. or you see the c p teach when russia antics crimea between 10 to 40000 tortoise flat. because the political and religious pressure on the lack of freedom of speech that they left behind their homes and property. and i've had to start life again on the summer, not only taught us, but all ukrainians live in perpetual uncertainty. everyone is talking about potential war as ema says she isn't strong enough to visit family who still lived in crimea. and she fears for both ukrainians and russians. if a solution to the crisis between the 2 countries isn't found. charles methodology 0 novel, alexander, some ukraine. yes, media reporting that supreme court justice stephen breyer is set to announce his
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retirement, and that would give president biden his 1st trunk to nominate a new judge to america's highest court. barton had please the promise to choose a black woman hunter. castro reports not from washington d. c. supreme court justice steven briar had long bring jack did, viewing the high court through a political lens at 1st dismissing calls from democrats to step down so that a president of their own party may name a replacement if the public sees judges as politicians in robes. its confidence in the courts and in the rule of law itself can only diminish, diminishing the court's power, including its power to act as a check on other branch. born in 1938 in san francisco right, grew up in a middle class jewish family. he said his upbringing helped develop the pragmatism that later shaped his legal views. i stephen drive, you solemnly swear. he was a federal appeals court judge for 14 years before president bill clinton nominated
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him to the supreme court in 1994. every judge's particular obligation is to deal fairly and thoroughly with the legal problems of the individual parties before the court, whether they are poor or rich or helpless or powerful minority or majority. ryan joined the court's liberal wing consistently ruling in favor of abortion rights, environmental protection, and voting rights. he opposed to the strict textural interpretation of the u. s. constitution as endorsed by conservatives. but he believed in compromise and was a famous optimist. justice brier, i think, is a true technocrat in the best sense of the word he believes in a good ideas, thoughtful compromises and intelligence and expertise running the world. ah, and he has really tried to do that quite consistently in his time on the court. in
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his later years, on the court riah question, the legality of the death penalty and drafted one of the rulings of holding obamacare. his retirement now sets up a political battle to name a replacement. heidi joe castro al jazeera washington. another energy firm has an upsets withdrawing from me in law because of human rights concerns. the australian company woodside follows and john chevron, and total in pulling out of the armies biggest source of foreign income. amnesty international says businesses have no excuse to continue working with the regime. they've got them. is the director of human rights that the australasian center, a corporate responsibility. she says it's pressure from activists that a, for these firms into taking action. i think that this is being because of a variety of factors, but mostly it has been the shia persistence of civil society
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organizations here in australia, but also very brave activists and unionists in mamma running the blood money campaign. who have really spoken to woodside a recent woodside and make them aware of the serious human rights violations here. and to the extent that woodside hasn't been able to turn away, i think here in australia with seeing more and more energy companies be a bit more aware social losses to operate and more aware of the reputation operational impacts that can happen to the company as well. as financial impact, if they don't listen to society and to these risks that are placed by these types of operations. saying is, you know, activists in civil society organizations really, you know, rushing to the ministers here in australia to the government's trying those channels as well as you know, directly to the company and raising this with k investors as
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a serious human rights violation. and, you know, i really think that would sides understand that we're coming into a future where it's not possible just to ignore shareholders into ignore civil society organizations when they saying that it's untenable. so they are working and operating in a country that has today made it up to 1501500 of its own civilians, men, women, and children are well still had here on al jazeera. so this is in the was be doing . i had to know the pin out logos and low wages and bodies health system is hit by star shortages as workers seek jobs abroad and it's safe. no day in jerusalem was a rare when to flurry, leave the city carpeted ah,
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ah, look forward to burritos guys. with sponsored by cut on airways. what's not changed a lot in japan? there are still so shells developing of the relatively waters with very cold air coming out to siberia. but they're not intense as snow shot, the hunch you and how kind of the sunshine, the korean peninsula, and in beijing, it plus full. but the snow some significance on his way, running up to the yangtze valley towards shanghai. i think it stays probably rain. maybe it is sleet and shine carpet back in one different story. got caught the days of almost continuous snow for net could be 30 or 40 centimeters. so be some disruption from that. it brings attempts down to about one degree. the average be 8 while it does go up and down a lot, but that's still well below the average. now that sherry tale of what's happening in china gives a few shouts. the ne of india and the ne moons monsoon is
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a few more f, as franka and towel nadia. as you might expect. the northern plain is just getting over the cold way where attempts by the night really have been well below average. and it's foggy overcast, particularly in delhi, less than an asi up in the hall as well. that won't change immediately except that slow warming feel because the sun's getting slightly stronger every day throughout the middle east. shamal once again, but otherwise sunshine, in the sky, for the most part. oh, the weather sponsored by casara, always a 4 hour climb for full minutes of practice. but to exceed the dream of becoming afghanistan's 1st ever. when 2 in the p. m. they will have to overcome many mountains come over your path of hope and inspiration, where the light shines. witness on al jazeera,
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with the the welcome back, you're watching on that are with me. so rob, the reminder of all top stories. ukraine says it's committed to finding a diplomatic solution to the crisis with russia, but we'll fight back if attacked. us and nato refused, must demand to bol ukraine. probably security aligns us procedure by nist and gets his best chance to nominate a new supreme court judge media report say liberal judge stephen bryan is that to retire and the current australian energy firm would side as announce that withdrawing from the
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a month. it's the latest company to pull out because of human rights concerns that follow chevron and to town. poland has started building a 180 kilometer wall on its border with galleries. it set to be completed by next summer. the construction of the 5 and a half feet high wall is in response to a stand off with dollars. now the ear keys in minsk of encouraging thousands of refugees to legally cross into poland as a way of getting into the e. u. turn the whole house more from fear in poland where the wall is going up. will it stopped these illegal crossings of the border by migrants? refugees would be asylum seekers on the better side into poland. probably not particularly if they continue to have the helpers has been alleged since the beginning of this crisis of belarus and border guards physically taking them to weak points along the border and physically cutting the fence or helping them through. i spoke in the last day or 2 with a could you see immigration lawyer who provides assistance to people who do get
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across with their asylum planes? he said nothing is going to stop this happening. people will simply find another way. and remember that as much as this is a physical barrier, it is also a political construct being built by a polish government, right when government fiercely anti migrant. that knows only too well that this is a popular measure amongst its own supporters. south to north korea have launched 2 suspected bizarre suspected ballistic missiles. they were fired from navy coastal city of ham, hung into the sea of japan. they've confirmed the 6 launches from the north this year in defiance of un security council resolutions. china says the us mas immediately improve its trade practices with beijing, all phase, retaliatory terrorists. it follows a ruling by the world trade organization allowing china take action on that u. s. duties and camps a decade long dispute katrina, you have more. beijing,
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china's commerce ministry has come out today on thursday and said that this is a significant ruling that safeguards the interests of chinese firms. now this dates back to a case lodged by beijing against washington back in 2012 under the previous obama administration at the time, washington had imposed parents on a number of chinese goods, including when towers solar panels, things like citric acid. and washington's argument was that the firms creating these goods were partially owned by state or entity government entities. and therefore, china was not abiding by market principles. and so they slept on these tasks on these chinese goods. now the w t o is saying that china has the right to impose $645000000.00 worth of retaliatory tariffs on the u. s. now there's 2 things to remember about this really number one that this amount of money, although it sounds like
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a lot is actually much less than what china originally asked for. china originally asked for the right to impose $2400000000.00 worth of chars against washington. secondly, this amount is really piling in comparison to the amount of tower of since imposed on chinese goods by the previous trump administration. and those tariffs have amounted to $110000000000.00. under this ongoing trade war. the military can begin a fast, so set to be discuss, dance and emergency meeting of west african leaders on friday. the regional organization echo us. and then the take over the u. n. and us are demanding immediate release of deposed president vol. about a sum medlink has more from the capital one to do we're standing outside the presidential palace where the military junta is meeting with the trade union. this is part of a series of meetings that the honda is trying to consolidate power and gain trust among the population, including the former regime security forces,
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religious and community leaders. we haven't heard directly from the us since monday since they took power. however, we have heard from the ruling party, the former ruling party that has condemned to coo and demanded the release of president cowboy, who we have not heard from either. however, the military junta says that he's in a safe place and he's doing while we're waiting also, that there's going to be a talk with the west africa regional book called echo was on friday. and they're supposed to decide what they're going to do with the situation here and whether they're going to put sanctions on working. if also military leaders and molly have repeated the demand for danish special forces to leave that upon the french lead counterterrorism tonsils to come back on groups linked to al qaeda and i saw them on foreign minister said troops had been invited. molly's military government says no consent has been given. zimbabwe is suffering, a brain drain of doctors and nurses who are seeking greener pastures abroad. now the government seeking compensation from rich countries for recruiting and barb
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when medical workers are with us reports and from the capital herrera. clayton, yucca is frustrated as she leaves about with the largest public hospital. she says she's been sick for months and still doesn't know what's wrong with her. go find, find where to live. i was told i can get blood test done because the labs are not working. and i have to go to a private laboratory, but they're too expensive, so i haven't got any help yet. public health workers here often complain about low wages, the lack of personal protective equipment, shortages of drugs and medical equipment, as well as poor working conditions. some of the medical awards, who can hear ver tunis is missing for the patients in this, in the to patient, which is, which is good to be correct. ah, patient miss patient delicious into this will, will lead to, to print out of businesses. so it misses that are in the was the door that now they are tired of what they've been out in the b b a wish also to leave and
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d, what is going to happen tomorrow? a site is our hope and of assistance. guns and the government's health services board says last year, more than 2000 health professionals lifts and bobby to take jobs in the u. k. island, australia and the u. s. that's more than double the number of doctors, nurses and pharmacists who left in 2020 and $3.00 times the number of resignations in 2019 csm bobby's government says it costs $70000.00 a year to train just one doctor and it takes years before they qualify is developing countries, we are spending a lot of scarcity sources with quote them scarcity sources in training. i hate to because in order to lose them to develop, conscious in so it is very ideal if such support could be contained in terms of monitoring 1st meant, or material resources. the covered 19th pandemic has made walking nations intensify
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recruitment and relax visa restrictions for health with us from poor nations. an average worker in the public sector takes home less than $200.00 a month in the u. k. for example, they can earn 10 times as much despite repeat the promises from the government to improve salaries, they remain low. the continued loss of trained health professionals is worsening. some bobby's already overstretched public health system. and right now they seemed to be little incentive to make staff stay harder. matos algebra her daddy on during the 1st female president is due to be sworn into power in the coming out. but the milestone is being marked by a rebellion within seal. bought a cast party will repel reports from the capital tickets. he gulped. the hunters is about to swear in the country's 1st woman president fuel. monica rose historic victory in the november elections into the highly
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polarized election season. more by violence and fears of social unrest. bible, we are going to form a government of reconciliation in our country, a government of peace and the government of justice. whose presidency morrison in to the 12 year ruled by the conservative national party led by controversial president. when you have landed in mandy. but a power struggle in the 100 national congress threatened to derail the new president's political agenda. and analysts say the discord could plunge the country into a full blown crisis. i can call that i don't want to leave. we have to find abundance in order to avoid the fire from spreading, but right now it's manageable. but if we don't seek out a solution, and instead as to this fire level, we're going to get burned. yeah, tomonica is the wife of former hunter and president manuel selina, who was ousted during a coup in 2009 as a presidential candidate,
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gastro promise to restore democratic institutions and root out corrupt government officials. even before the start of the latest political crisis in honduras, addressing the many problems facing the country like violence, poverty, systemic corruption, and in economic crisis exacerbated by the pandemic, was a tall order for the new president. now with a growing rift in the 100 legislature, the international community is polling for a dialogue, but average citizens see what they want is for the government to simply do its job . juggling as late as a young person, i'm longing for that to be jobs for all young people, all adults, and be out late, that there are laws in favor of women and for men to the children for animals. i know that president shall mazda is going to cheat it. the incoming administration of humana castile is seen by many as an opportunity to turn the page on more than
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a decade of scandal and political turmoil. but if the current conflict is not resolved, it's an opportunity that could be squandered before castro's presidency even begins . monumental apple al jazeera, they lucy guys. europe's police agency has been ordered to destroy information at holes on thousands of people. regulators the keys europe hall of exceeding e. you limits for data storage stat. vasa has the story from amsterdam long found the linda file, the court case in amsterdam against police to find out why europe all is buying on him. the dutch activists as the worst he did, was break a window during the protest for homeless people, while police in the netherlands admitted founder linda is no danger to society. he has yet to find out what europe will know about him. they don't have trip on the data. and if they don't have grip on the data and they spread it all around the world, this is super dangerous. what is the danger on the danger is getting arrested and ending up in the police cars to the or worse in
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a certain country because they don't like political activist or left wing political activist. in my case, you report obtain personal data, thousands of citizens after french police hacked into an encrypted phone messaging service. as a result, dutch french, german, and british police arrested hundreds of suspected criminals in 2020, in the so called and called chap case. the most remarkable find was a container equipped to torture people. lawyers are questioning the legality of the operation, and you see fish new. ok. so if you see a wave of court cases now in the netherlands, u. k. france being finland and germany. everyone is fighting this, but so far clarity has not been given bass. this is quite unique because anchored chat is one of the biggest hex ever done by the police. and they should clarify if it was done legally, the european data protection supervisor has company. if you are pulse practices with those at the american, by agency as we field by whistleblower, edward snowden in 2013. so you can not collect the data just in case it will be
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necessary. it will be useful in the future. you should know from the very beginning to what the doctor is thought for. this is the difference between the european approach and they broach in some other parts of the world where it is acceptable that the data is stored in case it will be useful in the future. you know, a full declined to comment on camera, but in some response, the agency says that the 6 months time limit for data storage just not enough. and that it is assessing how the supervisors decision to destroy the data will affect the security of you citizens. well, most europeans won't complain about data storage for criminal networks, but if concern about the millions of innocent people who are being monitor the european commission is disgusting. if legislation to allow europe holds mass data, storage should be adopted. i'm actually quite surprised that what happened at that time with an, as a, everybody was speaking out very clearly in you. and now d,
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u was doing in themselves. and there was not so much outcry yet from the linda is calling on other europeans to go to court to demand access to the files stored about them. but he wants, it could take many years before they'll receive answers. steadfast and al jazeera amsterdam no really heavy snowfall as blanketed parts of jerusalem and shut down roots and schools and grounded flights in the region. but someone making the most of the wind to flurry and so was hurry for 6. a winter snowfall isn't unknown in jerusalem by any means, but on this scale it is very rare. there hasn't been anything like this for the last 10 years in 2012. it was about 60 centimeters that fell overnight. wednesday to thursday. it was about 20 centimeters. the effect of a storm lpa, which has been blanketing athens and stumble in recent days, making its way south here. now, this is a rare experience and so this isn't
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a city that is particularly well equipped to dealing with such heavy snowfall. our people came out as it came down overnight and enjoyed the flurries and the real snow storm in jerusalem streets in the night time. but there were also municipal workers out trying to clear the main thoroughfares. many of the smaller roads, though, are still pretty choked up. i've seen people trying to dig their cars out of parking spaces and as well as that, the main motorway between jerusalem and television was for a time closed. and every way you go, you see evidence of the other thing has happened, which is school closures. so there are children on the streets in parks building snowman, throwing snowballs at the stuff in the air. now the precipitation right now is turning a bit wet. those are, this could be a fleeting if memory will experience a rare, proper snow day in the holy city. ah.


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