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has been progressing and this new new and un special envoy is an opportunity for some change and possibly for a resumption of discussions though i think it would be very important for him to take a very different and new approach to negotiations. to them has been held in the last 12 and the last 2 or 3 years. so in fact, the last 7 years, really, since the war started good to speak with you. helen laughed. no, thank you for being this. i in syria government forces have launched more attacks on the southern city of that. are they fight a barrel of missiles and some neighborhoods. thousands of people have fled the heavy shilling and ground battles between government troops and rebel fighters. city was put under a blockade by the government in june after people refused to surrender weapons and allow forces to search houses. i said i had on, i just need a tens of thousands of afghans are escaping to neighboring pakistan. but the
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government says there is no crisis at the board ah, on county the cause type of sonic missiles. can the world of new alms rates as russia takes the lead and missiles that can fly up to 20 times the speed of sound? rwandan for this help, clear up motion big militants, insurgency will oil, johnson migrant workers for to come to the cost on i'll just hear the conflict between the if you can government and the regional take. great people with the racial fund has kill thousands and internally displaced more than 2000000 over the past 7 months. 350000 people in the region are facing famine, according to the united nation, which says that our vision is being used as a weapon or for those who managed across the border say it's not because they have improved back home. they say to continue to be targeted because of many problems
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are being reported and all they come to taking refuge conditions. here are some ideas. oh i love watching. i just seen a reminder of our top stories. the sound has been allowed explosion near the airport in afghanistan. capital comp. witnesses say a rocket house in the area? yes. can police chief has told the associated press the one child was killed in the attack? the u. s. is warning of another possible attack on cobble apple. president joe biden is urged american to stay away. 300 americans and thousands of africans are
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yet to be evacuated before the tuesday withdraw the deadline. hurricane ida is on course to make landfall on the u. s. gulf coast forcing tens of thousands of people to catch me for storm is set to hit new orleans late on sunday . louisiana has declared an emergency a more on our top story and i've canister on the evacuation of western forces. from there, the u. k. has completed its evacuations and is bringing back its troops. this marks the end of nearly 20 years of british military present. but many afghans who worked with its forces in afghanistan had been left behind. the dean baba has more from london. her name is however, even english and she's just entered a world full of hope and uncertainty. her african parents were evacuated from
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couple to dubai where they caught a turkish airlines flight to the u. k. helps by the cabin crew, her mom so man had to give birth on board as have arrived, the british military confirmed it was ending its flights carrying civilians. frances, on the same, shakira, an afghan actress living in france managed to get her mother and brother out of afghanistan at the last minute. as in so many cases it involved days of frantic phone calls to people on the ground at the airport. it would devil my 7 in demand of re discovered the smell of my mother, and it's something that i'd forgotten. my mother's tears reminded me of the tea she shed when i left half chemist on. it was really moving a lot of emotions today. shabbier and afghan journalist filmed himself as he and 9 close relatives waited to get onto one of the final evacuation flights. he's now in spain, spending the night and day and the air force. and the good was one of the worst
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experiences i have ever had. i never was forced to spend the night with my family and in an open place like that with thousands of people, not in dev last the day. so for fun on shapiro and his family and now seeking asylum. but the british government admits up to 1100 afghans, eligible to be re settled in the u. k. mainly because they worked with british troops a being left behind the head of a u. k. armed forces said it's heartbreaking. personally, i've probably had over a 100 messages from different afghans who i know in my long association with a country. and many of those friends of mine would make it out. hello, there's a small organization near london. this grumbling to help people still trying to get out of afghanistan. they found it's clear there are many still in danger. diabetes, government, sure. not immediately in order to save the life out of thousands of other
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people, been working for the past 20 supporting they need to mission. as these afghan civilians arrived in rome, a nato representative said, his team had done everything they could and satisfied because we have left a fuel behind which we are not abandoning but which we will strive our best to take back home as the sunset. so in the military evacuations, the question now is, how many more people who fear for their lives will be able to leave afghanistan? and how nadine baba al jazeera, the pakistan's army, says the situation of the border with afghanistan is in their words, fairly normal despite the tall and take over. it says 17 border crossings are open and people with valid documents can travel boxed on is already home to most of the
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2200000 africans registered abroad. thankfully, we've been spared. if rejected conflict and bloodshed, the we things have evolved in a funniest on there hasn't been that protected country, but all of us have literally walked in. and so there isn't it. if you crisis on on board is, thankfully, there are 20 to 25000 people who cross every day anyways, and many without documentation which is something focused on has been agitating against, as asked again and again for the international community to help man the border. it has never happened. we've been a boss, but that is one of the issues that buckets on has to face. but unfortunately we haven't gotten much support. that is not if you crisis this one. ca, honda has more on is from a slum about where they have a report that there is a number of people that are crossing the border had increased. we've been in touch with the united nations high commissioner for refugees who don't see that at the moment. then one of the primary reason for that,
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and that there was hardly any bloodshed and wonders on most of the people living along the contiguous area. focused on our ethnic stone, why didn't goes there, nor did that. thousands of ones come to focus on for medical assistance, despite the fact that the international community has invested millions of dollars . there are no problem, facilities, medical facilities, and that for to 1000 of the ones to come and seek and focused on people will have rallied across canada to raise awareness about the humanitarian crisis in afghanistan and toronto. crowds called on the government to do more. for those left behind demonstrations come days after canada announced it would end evacuations. we want to make sure that it's not the same time of the building. we need the canadian government and all the party. sure enough is going to
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get people in our house. we want them to take action. we want them to death like august 31st acceptable. and not only that, they decided to do and evacuation 5 be fairly or with just on thursday. that's unacceptable. our families are still stuck. just getting some reports. now, more reports when i get down to the united states as carried out a military strike in cobble, let's get more on that. so from charles strafford in cobble, charles, one more year. well yes certainly. according to the reuters news agency, they're saying that to us officials reported that the us have carried out what they describe is a military dis, a military strike in cobble that's according to the reuters news agency. certainly we've heard absolutely nothing here. we have this report that has come through on
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the back of literally about, i suppose, an hour ago where there were reports of an explosion close to the airport. we understand beyond the perimeter of france, of the northern gate. the associated press news agency is quoting what it describes as the afghan police chief a saying that that was a rocket attack or a rocket landing on our house. we have made some calls and spoken to people who live in the neighborhood. they say that indeed it was a rocket or they're reporting that it was a rocket that hit the house, but of course we have no claim of responsibility. we do not know where that rocket, if indeed it was one came from. but of course, it comes at a time of increasing tension here the closest, the closer we get to this evacuation deadline. we've had these. these reported threats initially bought from, from the us president, also had them from the top of on telling people to stay away from the airport area
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because it was to be described as a, as a credible threat. and course this comes off to only a couple of days since that terrible attack near the southern gauge was killed more than $100.00 people. so there's all to hear say at the moment there's a lot of there's not a panic and it's not inconceivable that the could be quite a lot of if you'd like a fake news being put out there. but this is what we know as i say, according to associated press. it was a rocket attack, as close by someone called the afghan police chief and the voices a saying that the u. s. has launched what it describes as a military strike target in cobble. yeah, very fluid situation there for the moment. charles, stress of life are seen, call the i shows a yemen has received its 1st batch of johnson and johnson's covey. 19 vaccines, more than 151000 doses, arrived at aden airport,
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under the global kovak scheme. humans expected to receive a total of more than half a 1000000 jobs from the us. more than 1400 yemenis have died from the virus. and 6 years of civil war has left the countries hospitals, and health care in ruins. and it's been more than 6 decades since cold war rivalries. fueled a space race between the united states and the soviet union. these days space has opened up and is much less ideological. 70 countries now have space programs and increasingly private companies are doing lots of the heavy lifting or challenge reports from cornel in the u. k. in a modest hanger on the scruffy edge of a regional u. k. airport lies a new chapter in space. exploration. this is virgin orbit launch, a one, a rocket deployed from a plane that will take satellites to space and space for cornwall. the new key
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airport expects this to happen for the 1st time. next june. getting here hasn't been easy. it's been a long journey. lots of up and down, we've had funding issues. we had breakfast, we've had changes and administration. we've had a panoramic, we've had this airport almost having to be shut because of the pandemic. we've had a lot of challenges, but we've overcome all of them to get to the point where we're so close to launch. for the 1st of these virgin orbit will use space for cornwall as little more than a runway to take off from that construction is under way to build a facility for loading the satellites. next will be a hanger for the specialized plane. even when this is all finished, so we're actually be that much more to see here. certainly nothing to rival the kennedy space center in florida, the united states. but that small footprint is a defining feature of new spaces. the inside is call it nasa, the old john to stepping aside small budget conscious commercial operators are
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a big part of the future. the u. k is trying to position itself as one of the main players in commercial space lights. the government's considering license applications from several contenders. besides spaceport comb will they include space hub sutherland, a vertical rocket launch site on the northern tip of scotland. the shetland space center on the scottish audit of ernst and spaceports, no donia in wales, the past decade or so. as soon as the explosion in the desire to have access to space. and that means that having launch access, having the ability to actually support launches is a very potentially lucrative endeavor for any country to be taking parted, to have a space sought in the u. k. does make a lot of sense because we want to be a part of the streaming space sector. there are other motivations. breakfast britain wants to beat the hugh and become the 1st european country to launch a space rocket from its own soil on the continent. although the coming commercial space era will be much less geopolitical than the 1st space race, last century,
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international rivalries do still feature. reach helen's out as era campbell, a fellow head on, i just need i in sport a massive day for a french club pi, sasha. now all the details coming up in a few months. ah, the native news as it breaks the storms spared the worse for a long island, which fear to direct it, but it's still whipped up high wind and high wave with detailed coverage. the government continues to rent pieces and all the children not only put them from around the world. hundreds of children have been born to women abused by fighters. in addition to social pressure, these can only carry their religion if both parents are v i am the like of ours in the south of india and find out call me back in. this gave me an extensive
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mining operation to a grand corona virus wept across the world with devastating effects, and it's widely believed to be connected to the legal wildlife trade. here in vietnam, we visit a rescue center for some of the worlds most threatened to animals and joined the call for an end to the global wildlife earth rise on al jazeera. ah ah, for 2 months, a year, tens of thousands of visitors flocked to the forests of tuscola in central mexico where fire flies put on an epic display. but the visitors and the tourism industry
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might be putting the luminous bugs they've come to watch under threats. john home and reports a symphony of light in the force of plus gala central mexico. these 5 flies pulse and cease in unison. great groups participating in a joint courtship ritual that coordinated displays. what makes this species for penis plus your c special? and in the last few years, they've had never increasing audience. this is a present for guy l from his girlfriend, erica. they've come all the way from france. they felt that it was a nice idea for his where they already know ladia and different it was a surprise into today. so i'm here for the state authorities say the number of visitors to see the 5 flies doubled in the 6 years before the pandemic level. and that's a cause for celebration, but also worry for scientists like carlos called darrell fil, as almost have it in
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a moment or relevant to critical this is we're going to see them in a critical moment in their lives. and we disturbed that we disturbed the relationship between them and therefore their reproduction and torchlight phones spoke. distract them sound too if to her straight from the path. they can also trample the females who can't fly on. the concern is that if tourism operators here don't take care, they might lose what attracts their clients in the 1st place. we had an up to see the fall flies right now, right? she was quite smooth tool group and each tour operator has a number of people that they're allowed to take up to see the 5 flies each night. we're being told is that the problem can be, is that to operate, to sometimes exceed that number, or people that haven't got a license to just take people up anyway and plan to sign tools. it's a problem in a region with a law of economic necessity. no need to months
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a year to make money from the luminous b 2. but many are aware. am regulating themselves in quanta lucas in columbus like i like in a lot of the education we give to people as about what not to bring repellant white clothing to be silent for a waiver to begin. let's just begun, oakley, go. i'm paying recycling local materials to reduce the environmental impact on the mass. so on the, on the, some names of these platforms are from an industrial part of tuscola. there is, would not only for the platform but also for the bed bases. we use this wood that was in place for these quite rustic tape and all the while he's trying to reuse would others chopping down trees all over the forest? it's perhaps the biggest threat for the fireflies logging which squeezes their living space. the now every june to august, the visual symphony continues. the challenge for the future is to keep the lights
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from going out. john holman out, is it a plus gala mexico? kiddos for now his center. thank you very much. he has a more arjun time football style in messy is expected to make his w for probably late on sunday. if his 4 year old didn't feature in the p. s. g 's 1st 3 games of the season haven't been given the time to settle following his move from barcelona. while he has been included in the mauricio, which you can use a squad the for the away trip to lamb. nehemia's also included and could also make his 1st appearance of the season, often extended summer holiday. following international duties. mingling thread gotten lou leo is very motivate. when we sign a player, i don't have high expectations. i try to work out the play on a daily basis and within a new context and we are discovering a great professional and met who was adapting very quickly to his new teammates and
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his new club for summer. he is a great big leak. one can be a bit more open in transition for and more physically, but he has the ability to adapt in some way. we like to have possession and said he understands that type of games. manchester united play the 1st game later on sunday, since confirming that they've agreed deal to resign christianity now though, the red devils had taken away the english remedy. they're looking to bounce back off the dropping points in the last game. 11, draw against something. another is expensive to join his new teammates falling international duty with the portugal or 2 of men to the nicest type of rivals went head to head on saturday. chelsea opened the going against liverpool things to fabulous heather from a car for a late in the 1st half liverpool given the penalty when chelsea defend res james saw to go with his arm and then much to the surprise of many james,
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a sense of hon and satellites inverted despotic, the man finished one, or if somebody ever listen to me about rude changes or rhodes, then a lot of things would look completely different, but they still look like i was really waste of time to talk about it. yeah, absolutely. so suppose the game. yeah, probably our small had a terrible day. a way to manchester city was so switzerland, captain, grannie, jackass, 1010, tulsa, in the 1st half a by then meant to see were leading by 2 goals. it was at 3 now at half time, and the 4th that came soon after the breaker. when roger called his 2nd set of finance, found it also grabbed a double arsenal, fell into school in the opening. 3 matches of the season for the 1st time in the 128th year history, english football saw contrast to man city who won the hoping to home games of the
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season. 5 mill oriel men tread lead the way in spain top division lie legal on saturday. they secured a one nail when of a pretty was a new batch this side. danny, kind of a hollow, got them the when i just passed the month, it was what means we all 7 points to 3 game. what alone we controlled the game well that we were missing a bit of the defensive intensity in the 1st half. in the 2nd half, we had more of the ball, we were precise, we had more opportunities, and the intensity was higher. and not every time grand slam went to and the more i believe tennis players have responsibility to be vaccinated against cope with 19, the british thought, speaking ahead of the us open, which begins on monday by himself has been vaccinated on like almost half of the men and women on the tour, i spell the rules that flushing meadows plays and members of the team do not need
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to be vaccinated. that phases, however, have to prove that they've had a key one job. ultimately, the, i guess the reason why all of us are getting vaccinated is to look out for, you know, the wider the wider public and, you know, we have a responsibility, you know, as players are traveling across the world to yet to look out for everyone else as well, so i'm happy that i'm fascinated and i'm hoping that more players choose to choose to have it in the, the coming month by send a shamble had a rollercoaster day i b m w championship. but just as the big hits in american threatened to run away from the field in the 3rd run is 2nd saw to add the par 512 a whole landed in water resulting in a groggy. and he did it again with his t chart in the past 330 and hold for a double bogey while despite the mistakes the 27 year old and the date hide for the
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lead with patrick can't say. and that said, for me, husband, thanks set up. israel and egypt have enforced a blockade on god. since i took power there in 2007. despite the siege and his roast bombing of the palestinian enclave in may, office have returned to give some respite to those living there. and as human said, reports, people are now coming back to hotels and music venues. the events like these haven't been seen in because district for years. the coastal enclave had suffered during decades that repeated rounds of conflict with israel and 15 years located. and along with the poor economy and the pen to make people's lives have deteriorated. but now many are again filling hotels and gift phase, offering the summer of are to stick is then we had to have these artistic concepts,
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even if only a few entertain the people of the besieged gaza strip. and therefore, they reflect the side that is full of love of life and peace, enjoy and characterize the people have gathered. despite all the tragedies that are exposed to the despite being home to some of the world's oldest musical traditions, like the depth, eric folk dance, palestinian musicians from classical to wrappers has struggled for years to have their voices heard. be on this trip. ah, cbc holds a degree in multimedia, but chose a career in music, his refining his talent for singing, and has learned to play the piano guitar and for now, his singing is welcome relief for many hearing gods. i isn't that we like to attend such musical events because they bring us joy and relaxation despite all the war
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we've lived in and all the problems that we live with. we still deserve to be happy and enjoy life and you to travel restrictions. b. c has been unable to take part in several international music festival, but he's now performing at weddings and birthday parties in local hotel. and it hoping to one day go on a tour up road. and roughly because i'm on the i said i was accepted and several famous syndic competitions, but i never made it to the auditions because of the blockade. and the closure of the crossing leaf which prevented me from making my dreams come through the mob. the piano to patel has come to see artistic evening as any kind of make lifeline people. the gods are trying to get their minds up, their daily struggle through some of their musical events. but if the really
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every aspect of life here, there is always to be afraid that enjoying the c l should be around god's done. that's it. back in a couple of minutes, one years. ah, that light emitted from history kept alive only in the family tales of those sister by had to believe people who didn't seem to. these done the same story as the polish women and children who endured the siberian refuge in africa. never to return again an epic or if the memory is aw, homeland, unknown error with more than 200000000 cases because of 19 worldwide government backing to fight fresh wave of the virus. a new variance, there has been
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a 3rd and the number of people working vaccination appointment from human coast to political and economic pool out. i'll just bring to the latest on the pandemic. this will have vaccinated more than 1100 people here, all of them migrant farm workers, people on home testing because they think that there is the risk to democracy, special coverage when i'll just there are they wanted 43000000 pounds worth of weaponry. that was 6000000 pounds in commission. there is no hope of any more because there's always a small car. most people for really, really good live in athens, we in the united states have privatized the ultimate public function. war shadow on al jazeera, me,
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ah, al jazeera ever struck ah, an explosion. it's a home near cobble airport. we live to the afghan capital with the latest it happened as taught on 5 to step up their presence around the airport with the u. s . winding down its evacuation operation ah, i'm having to think of this is just a lie.


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