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cargo risk and get all borneo on al jazeera. we understand the differences, similarities of cultures across the world. and so now you take, it will bring you the news and current affairs that matter to you. oh, i need barker in london, the top stories on our era, the massive evacuation effort cobble air force is picking up. pace for panic is growing as thousands of people tried to access flights before next tuesday. the us and allied forces have now flown more than 88000 people out of afghanistan since the taliban took over. but some for military have already started to leave as the operation and says is final phase. charlotte bellis reports from cobble. the count on is on as the us and foreign forces. now you have until tuesday to get out. and
with that means the end of evacuation like from here outside the airport, there is people rush, see if they can get on a flight. we understand the you with and the telephone have a deal that the telephone are only allowed to make people through here who has had these issues and you have paid didn't. was it going to going to, i'm here without documents because a lot of people that went to the u. s. on evacuation flights were civilians. so i thought of civilians are going and i served in the army. i should be eligible to go to pick. i got an offer on the thought of everybody's going, so i'm going to my house that won't leave me alone. my wife says get down there. why are you so lazy? i leave the house every day. so my wife stops hastily in a way to control the crowd and tried to figure this out. they've been looking for people to paper, work at different locations around groups and then putting them on the sauces. these people are actually about to be on the slide and they have prioritize to get
through. and in the meantime, they are trying to control the crowds and keep people back from swamping to the fossil can come through. doing that by shooting guns in the air, by using water cannons and by beating people to push them back close to the gate 3 times, but because of gunshots and shouting, it makes everyone scared. since i'm a woman, i don't have the courage to push past them. i'll do my best to get out. even if i get shot, i will continue trying to get inside the airport. that's now the telephone. say that anybody who wants to get through and wants to leave and has the paperwork that would allow them on the flight can do so. but they also tell us they hurt people. they say that these people, many of them who are highly skilled, would be an asset to the country going forward and that they hope that they say. but in the meantime, with only 6 days left over the flight at the end. and we know that the numbers number of flights will be crazy and going because that the countries on and
a lot of these people are trying their best to get through it into the airport today. thousands of indigenous protests have gathered in brazil capital as this is pretty cool for pass to rule in a case that could put the ancestral lands at risk. the court's decision could remove protective status for some native lands, opening them up to industrial farming and mining. the agri, business lobby says land protections should only apply if the inhabitants were present in 1988. but indigenous activists say they've been forced off that territory. israeli soldiers of fire tear gas and live ammunition to disperse palestinian protests. is that garz's border at least 14 people have been injured during demonstrations against israel. blockade of the gulf strip of our lives took place shortly after the funeral of a postilion man. he died after being wounded by israeli fall during a protest on saturday, a 13 year old palestinian boy isn't a critical condition in hospital. and so isn't this ready?
officer us intelligence agencies are reportedly sent to release an investigation into the origin of the corona virus. the classified report is said to be inconclusive on the origins of the pandemic, in part, due to a lack of information from china, a chinese authorities of accused the us of scapegoating their country with suggestions of a la bar tree leak. a white supremacist who was sentenced to death for killing 9 black people. the u. s. church has lost his appeal. dylan roof attacked worshippers in charleston in 2015. he became the 1st person in the us to receive a death sentence for federal hate crime roofs. lawyers argued that he was wrongly allowed to stand trial represent himself in court during sentencing. but judges say his crimes qualified him for the harshest penalty, but headlines stay with us next up. it's witness not going let
me. ready me who the last images i found long after she was gone, where images of her childhood they were taken in late 943 at refugee camp your mound column. in gera. the footage was meant to be added in, narrated, over for war time, newsreel. for the village of women and children in this still reappeared in africa. after
disappearing into siberia, they might have sought the camera with capturing their story. the newsreel was never made. the images were sent to london and sat on a shelf for 75 years. for me grew up hearing about this place. it was a story that had spent a lifetime hearing ah, the 1st thing i can remember that my poor grandmother is her voice. i was 4 years old, laying on the floor in montreal and looking at a wall map she hovered over me and whispered about where she grinned up before it ever understood that she was from poland. and what that meant. i knew
that she lived in east africa as a refugee as i get older, she told me about being deported from poland to the soviet union when she was 11 years old. and if 10 years wandering displaced, she spoke of bearing family in siberia, catholics down in iran. all i was surrounded by women like her telling the same stories. oh i. but i didn't pay much attention to them. the 1st time i picked up a video camera, i was 15 and my grandmother walked into friends getting back to you and i filled the blank loan, which was all that anyone seemed to know of her story. then when i was 19
university, i wrote a bit polish refugees in africa. a professor challenged my history though. he never read about it and asked me to check my sources. so the flowers going to be on the way. know? yeah, as they are now, it's okay. well, i was on portland on east berlin. and my family name is carrie was 22 brothers and assisted me. photo of us. we haven't done parents both sites, but they were living separate. and what was said is that each of
where life was love in the village are born in poland. and what was you can tell me the name of the village and what kind of community it was like. well have to it was or had the call or send those to vic and to everybody live for their own land. so it wasn't, wasn't a village which is house next to each other. this is everybody live on his own land . and i can't really say much because i don't remember much from poland. i remember more from the time they took us to say video, that peptide, a member oh, i
see her parents. they just took them, both of them put on their slaves and over them my way. about 2 hours later they came for us, one of those. so just told my parent, you'd take whatever you can. what are you going? you will need it. and my father will they, when they take us? ah, me. oh, from 940 to 41. the soviet union emptied eastern point. 2000000 people considered hostile to occupation and use them to create new colonies to force labor across siberia. the children, like my grandmother, were too young to work,
were sent to school to be transformed into the next generation of soviets. while their parents were used as for laborers and forests, cotton fields in mind, she described to me as a prison, where there was, there were new fences around the camps. but if you walked away from them, you'd be surrounded by millions of square kilometers of siberia. the the 1st time i went back to the village of my family was from i had to realize it wasn't even in oakland anymore. at the end of the 2nd world war, its borders had shifted 300 kilometers west as if the entire country had been lifted up by the war and displaced. which is how i ended up in dollars. when russia land claimed by 7 different countries over the last 100 years,
making it hard for anyone to find their ancestors at the border, my bags research my soldiers, who asked me what i wanted to film. and i told them where we were from. but i didn't even know where that was the under the field, bella, ruth, of the ruins of hundreds of villages occupied by the soviet union at the beginning of the war. burnt down by the nazis in the middle of it, and then bulldozed by the soviets. when it was all over i was going directly past my grandmother had been born. but i wouldn't know that for another year. me. a year later, i went back with an old polish map. it seemed to lay the world in my grandmother's
memory onto the landscape. but half of the villages on it had been erased. and those that were left and bellow russian names, which is why instead of a place called the strategic, i was in re johnny, a neighboring town where my grandmother had been baptized for 40 years, really. and we will, you know, and you can, when you so you can on the 31st of all of us, there's a 3rd book you guys even when you that he used to lose. you don't who don't know where where they need to live poor. this is killer me, it was me. these are i see, but she is she know you have to go through
the lease going i don't for boys you position as me going each ah ah, i looked around for days trying to some anything connected to my family. now, only a few hours before you're planning on leaving the country. i was turning down a road towards the village. they had been deported from more than 70 years earlier . ah . what was the question when you're off to the
this sure his service i thought is you know, find outcome, know that there's a sort of guy. oh yes. you go to the plan to know that he is a guy and she does not have any idea because now you get to know you i do show here was who saw the yeah, the sun smell that they would. yeah. they would there was for janik eula. yeah. kasha and paul deck with the baby. they gave me scott harvey about
this. just been with them in june. you have, i guess i'm yeah. you what you was you. yeah. i mean that's if i didn't get it because it says that a get a bill and let's go to get us to come for you to get a plan to look what would you tell you pay them well. yeah, shuffled now you too well and again, i know that's the way late. yeah. all should know was so did you live on the stream on this side of my side or i think on this site you were yeah, feel part of like they were living there much give you to week marion were close
going this way. we drove like this in the return on the road and we came back and they said it all the land here long to get it. yeah. what you think when i showed you a picture of berlin through that low, it was too little lead to fagged for me and the excitement and little widow to the press lid to bed. it's nothing there was really nothing
ah, ah, the poles were given papers, releasing them from thousands of forced labor camps across the barrier. the irony of being liberated is that they were even miserable inside the camps with their train tickets, clothing, food, money, or support. the wave of starving deportees needed to make their way alone, to where the polish enders army was forming in the southern part of the soviet union. i me.
ah! in 2 years after disappearing into siberia for slavers, the deportees reappeared again in iran as refugees the wanderer upon the face of the earth, fields from poland during the end, one of the most amazing marches in history. brito them weary miles they've walked to find a haven, a refuge in american and british newsreel like this one, film polls arriving in iran. the refugees in them were real,
but the scenes were all staged. these films also shifted the facts. the british american newsreel is claimed that the polish refugees for victims of the nazis, not of the soviets, from one little town in poland, a 1000 men, women, and children land from the nazis into russia. when the nazis followed, they pushed on through mountain and desert. 3000 miles to persia. haven in iran on the field. behind the scenes though, the british were helping the polish government in exile gather testimony about what the poles devised. in 16 years before alexander such, an eton would even start reading the leg archipelago. 118000 post citizens in iran were testifying about the repressive force labor system and soviet union. but their voices would almost totally disappear.
i while they were recovering in iran, one of the 1st things the refugees did was posed for a family photograph. why would refugees rush to get their picture taken maybe to show their families spread out in other places that they were alive in the looking at these women and children, maybe it was to prove to themselves as well. the deportees had no images of siberia . but these photos captured in iran feel like monuments to what they survived. this photo taken into ron is the earliest image of my grandmother's life. all of their family, photographs from poland had been lost during the deportations. my great grandmother is 36 years old. her son is 10 i grandmother is barely 12
stanley swear will all he was born stand swell was 1900 of our face. blonde hair, blue eyes. and i forget its 1942 we were living. said be too late. when that was 942. when you said beginning of 944 and the 94 to 1. 41. yeah. see if we spend an hour or 2 months. i mean that's only 2 years 94 today. the nice one that's do
you have to pay? yeah, because i have to pay for the be that when we arrive to east africa, when you arrive in the 1943, we should jump in just a bit about that. anyway, she actually got 19 for managers, but she won't weigh a month at both. i don't know when you logged into the data, but the updated the the thing is don't know
what that would be. yeah. yeah. my name is actually toes trying to figure that no, no, no good day to say reset my name much 11 and here it says live here. okay. is that one m b date 1943. looks like 43. when the i don't know, i want to look my handwriting found so you can get on with them. i know they like this. i don't know. i'm not
know. oh me. i. 6 if they couldn't agree on the things they lived through together, i wasn't sure what i was supposed to remember. coming in with nothing but a handful of documents. their history mostly existed in memory. when they had different memories of the same events. what did it mean for the history? jealousy, she does very glamorous. it's part of our whole job to, to our very, very special occasion. and for that people who spend money. everything on the wall
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