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it gets hired of developing resistance strategies and ignites of passions stand up in flight generation chains on al jazeera, me the . ready number, i'm calling in the top stories on 0. hey t appears to be hurtling towards a deep up political crisis after the assassination of president juvenile movies. it senate has nominated joseph lambert as the new interim present until new elections are held. the senate has also back area rate to replace include joseph as the prime minister, there are growing security concerns and the government is off the united states and the united nations to send troops help stabilize the country. lois was killed and
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his home on wednesday by a heavily hit squad haitian police say it was mostly made up of foreign mercenaries manual repulse ripples. your point of columbia officials are stepping up assistance to haiti following the assassination of haitian president of nel movies on friday. the colombian government announced that resources and personnel would be sent to aid in the investigation of intelligence officials are also sharing more information about the $26.00 out of $28.00 alleged conspirators identified as colombian citizen. don't up knitting for them. i feel. yeah, we have the 1st details about the travel, some of them made dates from where they went. what kind of airlines this is not only shed with hate is integral central office, but with a dominican republic. as the people linked to the incident used as a port of arrival, the dominican republic to travel to haitian territory, the unrest on the streets of haiti's capital has largely subsided, though tensions remain high. outside the u. s embassy in puerto prince,
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a crowd gathered with many saying they seek to flee the country in anticipation of a worsening political crisis, was the way to go by norma. you're all here since last night. it's a normal thing to do to try to get out of the country since our president was assassinated by the death of president moiz at the hands of foreign mercenaries, left the country in shock. on friday evening, the haitian senate named joseph lambert as the country's interim president, the former haitian prime minister, wrote the moth pills, al jazeera, that international cooperation in this investigation is vital regarding the immediate future of both concerned. because of course, over the fascination of president and its aftermath, but i'm hopeful that their current government is making their writings into inviting international community to come in opening up the investigation to the international partners. this way, we would insure
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a fair investigative process that would. ready lead us to, to who, whoever paid for this in the us, the biden administration also pledged to provide resources to uncover exactly who killed the haitian president and wine and respond to the haitian governments request for security and investigative assistance. we will be sending senior s t i n t h s officials to port a prince as soon as possible to assess the situation and how we may be able to assist the international investigators or also looking into how such a deadly security lapse that he's presidential palace could have occurred the head of the general security unit for the police guard demitria rog. now under investigation. manuel up a little al jazeera. the un security council has approved a deliveries from turkey into rebel held non syria for another year. russia and threatened to block the operation preferring a be directed through damascus or last minute compromises reach to you as president
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joe biden has called on his russian counterparts, vladimir putin to crack down on cyber criminals. last, we can move the 1000 businesses were affected by a ransomware attack originating from russia. it's believe to be the biggest attack of it's caught in history. a us the nation at 1400000 doses of johnson and johnson, 900 vaccine. as arrived in afghanistan, capital, cobble, the you and children's agency. unicef says it's the 1st of 2 shipments this month, and part of the kovak global sharing program. less than 4 percent of the population as received a job. cove in 19 cases across the u. s. are increasing rapidly sparking phase of a new outbreak. 11 percent rise in a week is being blamed on the delta variance, which is now the dominant strain across the us. those the headlines. the news continues here on out 0 after witness. i
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a brace possible, i'm defaulted from the u. k. and because i was an ex member, now show up and makes everything difficult because i'm an ex name, but it's going to make it difficult for me to legally get back. and because i am an excellent, but he's gonna make it difficult for me to stay here because they're going to want to change then, right. where, where i mean, it's not coming to pick over me. ah, ah ah,
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he's got is me. oh no. i was 2 years old in the just wanted me to stay and like when i was a i came to england where i grew up with my steps. i was just like any other kids. i went to primary school, secondary school, college, and friends. i played football and run them the streets but i grew up with my parents, me when i was 15, i go into that company trucks and i was sentenced to prison for 2 years.
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in those 2 years, i begin to change. i begin to become religious. i was looking for a sense of belonging to prison. i was deported to somalia and i became part about shabba at 1st and my to show up the good guys fight for the somebody people they befriended me. it gave me a way to establish my life in africa. i was never from soldier. i never carried a gun for the. i never killed anyone for them because i could speak english and i was educated and i knew how to use the computer. they had me doing other things for them. i'm not, i'm not a toe is not i when
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i sort of dying and i begin to understand and realize dash 5 is a terrorist organization, kids and some people. that's when i stop penal shavani. i realize i was before and i realize i was trip this and i realize i'm ready state now i'm hiding the show. trying to stay away from us. my father passed away and my mother lives in scott. somebody will show up. they have a lot of power the have to have them in more highly secure and show
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the message about having somebody as soon as i do that the delay will have to probably go. so my mother had thought it over to ms. white, and i want to know who would be in a class or know how you, how to that's going to increase, going to going over that i'm going to limit enjoy montes could to
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to hold on you rush me like i'm back in the new window and the time she took issue. yeah, sure. so you know, she started. oh, you mean like that and i don't want never had that. no i i i
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call on call. hopefully it will let me go. go ha. okay. know i could get my help help. maybe i can do the
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the the hello. hi. how are you? i'm fine. i'm sorry. i had head ahead. you know, i don't understand that pull my
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name was mentioned in the name, but then i was given your criminal offense you would that change if you use the chip you've never given exceptional leave your name or anything in the country to it's going to be who the view being able, even in the u. k. pretty unique is not in any way. then if you were able to get it to you,
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then you would be very involved with the documentation. you look too good. i never get optimistic about live with this among them. sorry, don't, don't get me wrong. did they never look at the person's predicament or, or what, what causes the person to be most predicament everything just plain people kind of thing. so actually ration contact and they never really looked at my problem really i'm 100 percent shock of this so much. i never told them so they might be
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the same type of a family life. but and the fact that the fact that i was 8 years old and no mother, i'm father and i came to the u. k. and i did so much they didn't consider that a lot. look, if you really, well, unfortunately, it's not likely to happen in the you the question would be given, given i don't want him to be well, she's about to take care of the
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me me i'm trying to leave this country. i want to be in place. see my son and i can hear and, you know, you know, i don't know about you can kind of different being all wow, i me show any of the european countries
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we understand the differences and similarities of culture across the world. so no matter how you take it will bring you the news and current affairs that matter to you. oh, i didn't turn in the top stories on al jazeera h e senate as nominated, joseph lambert as the new interim president, after the assassination of president juvenile loyce. it's also backed, a replacement for the interim prime minister, plunging the country further into political uncertainty. that governance is off the u. s. m, the us to send troops help stabilize the country. manuel, the apollo is monitoring developments from mexico city. the fact that there are so many international actors almost ensures that this is going to be
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a continuously developing story of the last that we've heard from the columbia side of the investigation was from a press conference earlier today. and.


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