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ah, me ah ah, we are currently on a pace to finish by august the 31st. the sooner we can finish the better, joe biden sticks to the afghans time withdrawal deadline, but says the timeline can be adjusted if necessary. ah. hello, i'm emily. ang, when this is al jazeera, alive from joe, how also coming up the well bang, suspend age to afghanistan, after the taliban takeover phrasing. hundreds of millions in funding daddy's
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president is 20 on the place to repair the economy. plus the family of child a former bolivian president. if her house is further deteriorating after she tried to take her own life. ah, the 1st who f janice dan us president joe biden says he is sticking to the august 31 deadline for the withdrawal of all us troops. but he added that the us lead evacuation mission of americans and vulnerable africans depends on each shaving its objectives. biden's remarks followed an emergency virtual meeting of g 7 nations. the us president has asked the pentagon the and state department to prepare contingency plans in case the withdrawal timeline needs to be extended earlier the taliban insisted it will not allow western troops to remain beyond that august 31
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deadline. that means the evacuation of thousands of foreign nationals and at risk afghans scrambling to get out must happen before that days. j 7 latest have called on the taliban to guarantee the safe passage out of afghanistan. once the withdrawal deadline passes, she child strep, that begins our coverage from the afghan capital. the us president says, the august the 31st deadline still stairs. we are currently on a pace to finish by august the 31st. the sooner we can finish the better each day of operation is, brings at risk to our troops. but the completion bog is 31st depends upon the tale bond. continuing to cooperate and allow access to the airport for those who are trans, we're transporting out no disruption to our operations. military aircraft continue
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to take off from cobble airport. it's a 24 hour operation on board, some of the 10s of thousands of people who have been evacuated since italy bomb sees power on august the 15th. but it's estimated tens of thousands more are desperate to leave. despite pressure from governments around the world, and before the us president made his statement, the taliban reiterated there would be no extension of the august, the 31st deadline for the remaining 2 soldiers. enough ganesh. then to get out by the other one ogle here. we will not allow an extension beyond august 31st, so the us to remove and evacuate all personnel by the deadline. was you had said the town about is stopping half guns from going to the airport is lemay emory. he's trying to encourage people to go home on the america and we're inviting people to go to the apple. they adverse policy of continuing to board people on playing the
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a port axis. root has been closed to avoid stamp the the u. n. t talk, human rights official told an emergency session of the un human rights council. she has received credible reports of the taliban, committing serious violations, including summary executions of civilians and restrictions on women. if on dement, the red line will be the taliban statement of women and girls and respect for their rights, liberty feels movement, education, self expression, unemployment guided the international if you will read norms in particular issues next to quality secondary education for girls will be an essential indicators of commitment human right to talk about spokesman said women should for the time being, stay at home because taliban fighters were not yet trained on how to behave. and you know, we need to have a procedure and a plan in place. security forces, not operational, they are not trained to deal with women. that's why we're stopping women from going
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to work. we asked women to stay home and their salaries will be resuming and come back to work when we have a system in place. with no extension of the august the 31st deadline, there are mounting concerns for tens of thousands of afghans that want to leave this country. that's all about says they have nothing to fear and that there will be no reprisals against people who have worked with nato foreign organizations or the media in the past. the trusting the taliban on the basis of their words alone is something that many afghans and the international community find it very difficult to do. child stratford, al jazeera cobble from all with the lightest from washington d. c. l. m. fisher joins us live now. hello there, allen, so we any clear as to what exactly is going to happen after over study one? well, when joe biden spoke, he was really sending a message to the taliban as well as to the american people to the american people.
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we've got this, we can get this done by august 31st to the taliban. we've got this. we can get this done by august the 31st. as long as you don't gum us up and get in the way that they're taking off the flight to taking off every 45 minutes or so. they've already evacuated 70000 people since august, the 14th. he thinks that they're on schedule to make this by august the 31st, but he's making it very clear. get no, we cause problems. stop people getting to the airport. and then there is a difficulty both i had from jen sack today saying look, we want to get the americans are allies, an american, the african allies that helped us during the war. but we can get everyone to know that there are thousands of people who've no connection to the american forces going to the airport as well, the priority americans, african allies, a need to allies, and they think they can get this done by august. the 31st one fly in the ointment, there was a security briefing on capitol hill in the last few hours. it was confidential,
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but many of the people who were in that meeting walked saying they don't think that the bite administration is going to hit the deadline. not looking promising a job on and also i spoke of this threat from isis k. who are they and what a washington concerns. it's an offshoot of, i still remember the i still kind of are up to after american troops with through of iraq during the time that brack obama was president, and the vice president was joe biden. they're aware that this is a threat. but again, joe biden, speaking to the taliban, not in direct way, but just making it clear, look, you don't like these guys either. and there's no intentions between iso and the taliban. so you think you don't like them either? make sure they don't get in the way of this. we don't want that to be a problem. essentially, he's saying to the taliban, if everything goes smoothly, you want all american troops off. get this done by august the 31st. guess what?
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so do we and we can make this work just don't do anything or allow anyone to gum this up and we will make that deadline. thank you for the update. alan fisher joining us live in from washington. they say the world bank, meanwhile, has suspended a to get his gun fighting deep concerns about the situation. name is provided $5300000000.00 to the countries in 2002 and has $27.00 ongoing projects them last week. the i m f also blocked the delivery of payments. and since the taliban takeover, the u. s. is frozen, not in half a $1000000000.00 worth of african government reserves in american banks. for more on this, let's bring in the alexander and he's the founder of capital peak strategies and served as the us treasury department financial, a tashay in kabul. thank you for joining us, alex. what's your reaction to the world bank? freezing? i money to afghanistan. thank you. emily,
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i commend the world bank on this decision. i think it was absolutely the right decision in following the, the work of the i m f and the us treasury, department and other partners to deny the tall bond access to revenue. we're likely to see the likes of china or russia stepping to replace some of those last funding . i don't think so not on the same scale, international assistance to the afghan government. the previous afghan government was about 50 percent of a civilian budget and almost 100 percent of the security budgets that totaled at least about 40 percent of overall gdp for the country. this is a huge amount of money. and so, while it remains to be seen what the actions will be taken by china by russia, this, this part of this current position by the world bank, by the mass, by the u. s. and international partners is a major blow to taller bond revenue. they were great as an insurgency, they could raise money through the drug trade. they can get engage in other forms
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of taxation, smuggling, and, and other ways in foreign donations. but now they own the afghan government, and they need to provide social services and provide all the other parts the normal government would provide. and so that, that isn't the same revenue they had as an insurgency. so while we're talking about the world bank and i m f and afghan government reserves and all, you know, all of these particular bodies. i mean, let's talk about civilians who rely on this money. what's going to happen to them now that they have been frozen? so from the u. s. perspective, the u. s. and able to provide humanitarian assistance around the world. the people of certain countries including afghanistan, while denying those governments like the taller bond access to funds. and this happens in places all around the world. and so i know that the u. s. i would imagine the u. s. government is, is contemplating its position moving forward on how to support the afghan people.
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but this was a deliberate decision by the taliban to resort to violence, to take over the government, to go away from a peace process that was negotiated with the united states and the afghan government and the afghan people. and commit violence and commit atrocities as are being reported in your previous reporting. and so for that, i really do have great concerns about how the tall bond chooses to govern. and that the choices that they made they knew were going to have consequences. they've been creating international legitimacy in the agreement with the united states in 2020, with the trop ministration. they allocated 2 paragraphs for sanctions removal request. that's a lot of political energy for something that they, that they really did care about. and so it remains to be seen how the tall about acts and then how the international community should respond to those acts. but the tell about needs to have like a responsible government, protect the rights of women, protect the rights of minorities, protect prima press and other, other norms. and then from there,
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the international community can determine whether or not it deserves international system that is walked away from. well, we appreciate your insides there. alex said in the founder of capital peak strategies appreciate your time and inside thank still ahead on al jazeera, chad's jail, the form of president to say, how has died. we look back at his time in power and indigenous people. camp outside brazil supreme court aid of a crucial ruling on the protection of their land. ah, ah, it's time for the journey to winter sponsored by kettle airways. hello. thank you for tuning in our summer rains across india. we're getting a bit of a breather. in particular toward the northwest, so that includes new delhi $37.00 degrees. but i want to take you where all the
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action is and we do have some weather alerts we've got to talk about for these indian state. so let's get rate to what's impacted here. so we've got a b, her sick son and are not sure pradesh all in the line of fire, seen some of these heavy pockets of rain that energy shopping up toward the himalayas. and so this will also impact nepal and pretend we have seen flooding across too much for about a 1000 people impacted there. but we're getting into some dry spells on wednesday. same goes across java jakarta, $33.00 degrees actually for the next few days. you've got a mix of sun in cloud. take it to china right now and we are watching a batch of what weather, what stuff will hon along the gang si, river valley that will continue watch carefully. but otherwise, fairly dry between the yellow river valley and yang. see river valley on wednesday . next, stop. hot japan and i frozen the shots right here because these are the leftovers of what was tropical depression or mice, really taking a met northern areas of han shoe. we press play, see where it goes,
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hello, you're watching out 0. i'm emily, anguish, reminder of our top story since our show bought and says the us. he's on track to complete evacuations from cobble by august 31 deadline by he's asked to paint again and state department to pay contingency plans in case it needs to be extended. earlier the taliban said it will not allow western troops to remain beyond that deadline. group also said now stopping afghan from going to campbells and earlier the situation in afghanistan was discussed at a virtual summit of g. 7 late is our white house correspondent, kimberly hall cook has mall on that under pressure following an emergency meeting of g 7 leaders to discuss extending the afghanistan withdraw date us president joe biden was adamant us troops will be out by august 31st. the sooner we can
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finish the better here dave operation is brings at risk to our troops. still us withdraw from afghanistan relies on taliban cooperation to ensure couples airport remains open. if not by and says, he's directed the pentagon to draw up contingency plans more than 75000 people have been evacuated since mid july, thousands more afghan and us civilians still surround how many cars they international hoping to board. one of the dozens of us flight out of the country, but escape chances are diminishing. what house intelligence committee member said bluntly, not all who want to leave, will make biden's deadline. we have to get american citizens out and we have to get our african partners and allies out. the american people support it and their representatives in this house supported that can't be accomplished between now and the end of the month. the pentagon says its increased its pace with planes of
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evacuees taking off for approximately every 45 minutes. the rescue effort is being done with a sense of urgency. well, halliburton, commanders are currently communicating with us forces. there's no guarantee that will continue against and as it is a dangerous place right now, which is why we're trying to move as many americans as we can as fast as we can on monday by then dispatch his top spy, ca director william burns to meet with taliban officials about a possible deadline extension. the proposal was rejected. the firm august 31st f ganeth stan withdrawl has led to bi partisan and global criticism of the us president. we need at least a couple more weeks 3 to 4 more weeks. i find a hard believe that the taliban will not give in. on this point. they're making statements to the contrary, but they're going to be in need of financial assistance. and the critical issue of recognition following discussions with nato b, u n e u, and she,
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7 leaders biden says the international community is committed to ensuring the taliban keeps his word and won't allow afghan a sound to once again become a training ground for attacks on the united states or its allies, we agree that none of those are going to take the tale bonds, word for it will judge them by their actions. the u. s. military could begin withdrawing some of the 6000 currently securing the cobble airport by the end of the week. but the broader evacuations are still ongoing, and the white house says that will continue right up until the end of the month. kimberly held kit al jazeera, the white house, and what, how the organization is warning. the people in afghanistan could lead to a rising co 19 infections. the u. n. body says it's concerned about low vaccination, right? and the virus spreading among internally displaced people. it's also warned to get this done early has enough medical supplies for 7 days. well than $500.00 tons of
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supplies, including surgical equipment and malnutrition kits stuck in dubai because of restrictions at campbell airport. both the dentist and various i've been documented in up on them and we are concerned that the current athene and increasing population movement could lead to a spike. and with less than 5 percent of the population fully above city, the conflict is embarked in investing 19 vaccination across the country and delaying the message which could lead to further outbreaks to iran now and the head of the countries prison authority has issued a rare apology after late videos revealed how detainees are being mistreated. so violent footage late by a hacker group shows god's beating, dragging and kicking inmates inside runs ever in the prison. it houses political
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prisoners and jewel nationals and the government has for years dismissed allegations of human rights abuses. runs state tv says that you dish or it has ordered an investigation. debbie is near president has taken office hacker in day he'd she lemons promising an economic turnaround, but he's got a challenge on his hands. the nation is saddled with debt as her room matessa report after 5 previous failed attempt at the huge lima becomes the 7th. democratically elected president, he defeated formerly the edgarland go in a landslide election victory. earlier this month. the business man has promised to turn around the economy and unite zambian in business, we will go on. no one will be in such an environment where we can sit with insist coleman coleman budget from deposit told me about nothing
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except to leave clear, much, much where i knew he is now in charge of a country that owes more than $12000000000.00 to still companies and linda, and last yes is it came the 1st african state to default on it's been during the close at 19 and in that servicing costs the really hit households recently and under president linda that believe from 36 to 110 percent of g d p and i really think that president his dilemma will really will have to address those issues that are really hurting household pocket. to limit campaign appeal to many young voters, many of them unemployed. he's told them he's going to quickly create job, bring in investors and capital corruption, dan beans with huge potations wait to see if the new president would deliver on
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those promises. how do we toaster algebra? how does the algerian ronay is cutting diplomatic ties with morocco? after months of hot intentions between the 2 nations, the jerry and foreign minister accused his neighbour of hostile actions. he cited a list of grievances including moral codes. the recent recognition of each round, the decades relations have also been strained over the disputed territory of western sahara. diplomatic ties will be 7 as of tuesday, the conflicts will remain open for mom, bolivian president janine and yes, he is in a stable condition after trying to take her own life in prison. she's in custody accused of genocide over the ledge killings of processes in 2019 and families say she's not being treated fairly. and i fear her health is to 2 rearranging. theresa bo reports she was bolivia precedent for almost
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a year. but now the family of jenny, 9 year says she's struggling in prison, and youth has been under preventive detention for 5 months. on saturday, she had to be rushed to a hospital after an attempt to take her own life. i knew son, rita has been spending most of his days outside the mead uploaded prison where she is currently being detained. he says he's concerned about his mother's health. whenever she is very depressed and sad to see a suffering, she says the judiciary is being handled by the current administration, and that's why she is so sad. all of the abuses that are happening is what has caused her to collapse date of kills and violence took over the streets of bolivia in 2019 when president abel morales was asked to resign by the armed forces after a controversial reelection in the news was sworn in his precedence, but morally, supporters took to the streets to demand his return. at least 20 people were killed
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in confrontations with security forces. prosecutors blame and years for authorizing the armed forces to fire against the unarmed protesters and accused of genocide. political prosecutor's office presented an accusation at the supreme court of justice against the citizen janine and yes, chavez for the events that are now being provisionally referred to as genocide with serious and mild injury and injuries followed by death you live. and as i knew, he's now stable, but according to you, when were present in the country, she's physically weekend and emotionally affected members of the opposition, i calling for her release and say, she's a victim of political persecution by the administration of lisa to see who belongs to abel morales, mass party, human rights groups, claim, journeyman. you may not stand a chance to a fair trial. yet in bolivia has
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a fundamental tronic problem. it's the lack of independence of the judiciary. it's a situation that very complicated because it makes it very difficult to independent and impartial investigations over human rights abuses. bolivia have had a period of social instability and serious abuses were committed, including during the government of jennine. i'm as the relatives of those killed you in the protest in 2019 are desperately hoping for justice. but human rights groups claim there needs to be a due process and the judiciary should not be used as a tool for revenge. that is, i will defeat in brazil. supreme court is expected to deliver a landmark ruling on tribal lands on wednesday, thousands of indigenous people have set up approaches, camping the capital brazilian. the ruling could re, i've been passed cases that have allowed commercial farming and mining in the amazon rainforest. it could eventually lead to the return of land to indigenous
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people. want to yanna kit has more from president. this is the largest gathering of indigenous people in the capital brazilian, in 1988 when the democratic constitution was approved. if the same constitution gave the indigenous people the rights to claim their ancestral land. and now they're afraid that these rights will be curt tail. that's why they're holding a vigil here, right in front of the supreme court. the supreme court will decide on wednesday a case which will set jurisprudence for $800.00 other pending cases of indigenous people, claiming their ancestral land. and this case will determine whether there will be cut off date or not. the former's lobby present trade both or not. and so the miners and the loggers, they want a time limit. they want to bar any land claims that were made by indigenous people
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who are not living in that specific land in 1988. so they have been a belt before that which has been the case of many here. then they would no longer have a right to claim their land. now the indigenous people, they say that's in constitutional. so what everybody wants is for decision to be made fast because the longer this case, the more tense, the situation rose next year, there will be presidential elections in brazil. president wilson auto is up for reelection. he has said he does not want to denmark a another millimeter of indigenous land. and well, if he couldn't, if he's re elected, he'll probably maintain this policy. if not, it may change. new york has its 1st female governor cathy, her chill has taken her out of office. in a brief private ceremony. she replaced andrew cuomo,
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who resigned to sexual harassment allegations. women now have the government in 9 us chad. the former president is saying, harper has died at the age of 79 in synagogue, where he was serving a life sentence. it was tried in 2016, the crimes against humanity in the 1st african union back to trial of a former later abra rose to power in a coup in 1982 but ruled for 8 years before himself. being deposed bahama vol. looks back at his life. you sent me a show as a consequence. he said hybrid. the court condemns you to life imprisonment. that verdict was handed by a court in the car in 2016 after a year of trial for alleged crimes against humanity. a graduate in political science from a french university. i st. hubbard. it was the commander of edible group in northern chad,
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when he deposed connie would die to take over as president in 1982. during his 8 years in paula, he ruled child with an iron fist and was accused of ordering the killings of his political opponents. an estimated 40000 people died at the hands of the security forces and human rights lawyer defending the victims said, hubbard was a pitiful dictator who slaughtered his own people, burned down entire villages, sent women to serve as sick slaves for his soldiers. critic said, during the time he committed those atrocities he was enjoying close ties with and support from both froth and the united states. how many was at war with the medical arch enemy in north africa at the time libyan leader? my money there for president, for an i'll take, is received hovering in the white house in 1987 president hub, re emphasize that his government is committed to building a better life. for the chatty and people have slipped us in a gold following a qu,
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in my 2 nights and at us, warrant was issued. the gave me 2005 after some of his victims, filed a suit against him, sent a goal, was reluctant to try him, but hubbard was arrested in 2013. after an intervention by the african union. he strongly objected to his trial. and the my tell word to him very much. who was the 1st form african head of state to be tried and convicted on african soil through an african lead legal process. some police prism official, physician hubbard died on tuesday after coffee 19 infection. ah. hello, i'm emily angle with the headlines on al jazeera. sure barton says the us is on trying to complete evacuations from cobble.


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