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ah, al jazeera, when i california democratic governor wins a recall election with the majority of the photo saying he should stay in office. ah, hello, i'm darn jordan. this is angela vieira nie from also coming up south career accuses young young of launching to ballistic missile. japan says they landed outside it's economic morton. upon taking office, president biden immediately faced the choice between ending the war or escalating the u. s. at your state defense,
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the american military pull out from us canister and faces criticism again, congress theory and haiti's prime minister has the country's chief prosecutor who wants to charge over the july assassination of president of and i the democratic governor of the us state of california has defeated an attempt to remove him from office and a recall election. the republican lead pushed to hold the vote was sealed by anger . but gavin knew some handling of the corona virus pandemic. it's in the 4th election of its kind in us history. robert knows has the latest, not from beverly hills, with many of the counties and jurisdictions around the state heavily voting no on recall. and so he has already given a speech, a very short speech, thanking the voters, saying he's humbled,
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are also calling out what he called. the spirit of trump ism, that remains throughout the society in the united states and saying that he was determined to continue to work, to bring california together and to try to defeat the what, what he criticized about the former president trump and his main opponent in this recall election, the conservative talk show hosts larry elder. however, there may still be some lawsuits and some disagreement because republicans including larry elder, the, the prime candidate opposing newsome and ex president trump had all said in essence that if knew some one, something must have gone wrong. there must have been cheating. there must have been some kind of skull dougherty or shenanigans as as elder put it
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at the poles. but the scope and size of this victory seemed to put that particular claim to bed tonight. so larry, so gavin newsom again, who is one of the governors who was very quick to impose locked down sweeping lockdown mandate for government employees in the state of california to wear mass to get vaccinated. very careful approach to schools returning all of that seems to have paid off students who have resonated with voters who are willing to sacrifice gains that the state of california has already made in the fight against covert and not willing to take a chance on a conservative republican who might have gone along
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a far different path. now the south korean military says north korea has 5 to ballistic missiles. if it's east coast, they landed in the sea of japan. it comes 2 days after the young young claimed of tested a long range missile. will it coincide with a visit to soul by china's foreign minister, south careers hoping to enlist beijing to help with store new care? talk with young young. the biden administration is pushed to engage with north korea has so far been unsuccessful. robert rob johnson live now from the south korean capital. so rob, so what more do we know about these latest projectile fire by north korea? it seems to be a highly provocative act. it's been confirmed by the south korean military that these were to an identified ballistic missiles. it says that they were fired actually from an inland location in side north korea that they both landed in the sea that separates the korean peninsula from japan. the launch was also confirmed
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by the japanese coast guard. the south korean government has called a meeting of its national security council to discuss a response that it often does. join goods is straight after these sort of missile tests that have taken place periodically, but it does come after another missile test. that was a cruise missile, apparently fired by north korea over the weekend, that it's a test fired. and it does seem to be coinciding times for this visit by one d, the foreign minister of china. now, it is a reminder that the, the has a continue to develop its missiles over the many, many years. and with a stalled a stall negotiations, a tech continues to test these missiles and south korea had been hoping, oh, it's still hoping that that china will use its influence over north korea to maybe restart the coasts ations. but they all negotiations that seem less and less likely
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with each of these provocative miss out launches. it also is a high risk strategy from north korea because of course it, it's risks embarrassing china and windy the foreign minister of china, being the country upon which it relies completely for its survival. ride life is in so rub. thank you. now the highest ranking american military officer was so concerned that form of president donald trump could begin a war with china. he put secret safe guards in place. mont millie called his chinese count about twice in the final months of trumps term. according to exempt from a new book by veteran watergate reporter bob would. would us media say the joint chiefs chair assured him there be no such attack. your effective state anthony, blinking has testified for a 2nd day about the withdraw from a gun it's done. and the collapse of the washington fact government. the biden administration has been criticized the pulling us troops out of again,
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it's done as taliban fighters gang territory across the country. lincoln told the foreign relations committee with the rapid full of cobbler took us intelligence by surprise. we collectively over 20 years invested as coronary amounts in those security forces and in that government, hundreds of billions of dollars, equipment, training advice support and based on that, as well as based on what we were looking at real time. again, we did not see this collapse in a matter of 11 days. president jordan has more now from capitol hill us secretary of state anthony blanca and spent a 2nd day testifying on capitol hill this time for the senate foreign relations committee. while the tone of the hearing was not as contentious as it was before the house foreign affairs committee on monday, lincoln still faced a lot of criticism on behalf of the by dent ministration for how it conducted the
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military drop down and evacuation of us citizens from afghanistan in the last half of august, while blink and tried to put a good faith on what he did say, turned out to be a more chaotic situation than planners had expected. one of the us senators wasn't having it. ron johnson is a republican senator from wisconsin. schechter, if i were just to read your testimony, not having watched any news, i would literally think this was a smashing success. but i do read the news as most americans do, and we realize this was incomplete debacle. lincoln also faced questions about what efforts are being carried out in order to provide safe passage, not just to us citizen and permanent residents who want to leave afghan a stand. but also to help the thousands of afghans who worked with the us military service primarily as translators,
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and go betweens during the 20 year long war. there was also the question of what the u. s. is going to do to protect the games that women and girls in afghanistan have enjoyed in the last 2 decades. but a lot of the questions that senators from both the democratic and republican party had, couldn't be answered because they were questions about how the military performed. and without the presence of the defense, secretary lloyd austin, it was pretty much impossible for anthony blinking to satisfy the senators outraged and curiosity. 3 former us intelligence operatives have admitted providing sophisticated hacking technology to the united arab emirates. the us justice department says the men have agreed to pay nearly $1700000.00 in fines to avoid prosecution. they must also cut all ties with any u, a intelligence or law enforcement agencies. the men are accused of conducting hacking operations for the you a while working as managers at a firm in the gold state. it's alleged the illegally access protected computer
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systems in the us and elsewhere. mike, hannah has moved from washington dc with details provided by the justice department in papers delivered in court. the investigators contend that the 3 operated essentially as a hackers for the u. e over a period of time they had to computers around the world. but importantly, also computers within the united states, including those of american citizens. but, and this is the interesting point. it appears that the prosecutors have accepted a plea bargain. they say that the charges against the 3 will be dropped if they continue to cooperate fully. if they pay a penalty of some $1700000.00, which would appear to be the amount of salary they received over a period of time. and also that they agree not to apply for any security clearance in the future. this is a very interesting point that the prosecutors have accepted
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a plea, bargain may well be an indication of their when the key nature of conducting computer hacking cases under us law, but also perhaps not towards the sensitive relationship between the u. s. and the u . e. which essentially owned the hacking company. back in january 2019 writers published an exhaust of investigation into the u. s. e packing company. it based its information on information provided by a whistle blower. now she had joined the company according to reuters in 2014. so this gives you an indication of how long this has been in place. we are not talking about something that as being a period of months or a few years. we are talking about a hacking operation operated by the u. a. e se investigators and the news organization for the best part of nearly a decade. so this is an extensive hacking operation over
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a lengthy period of time. and once again, the questions arise as to how many similar operations are underway. but it would appear that it was the a reuters report that will lead to the investigation that is culminated in these charges being brought against 3 individuals. charges that will be dropped if the individuals agree with a co operating in the ongoing investigation. the u. s. is withholding $130000000.00 in military aid to egypt until the country take steps to improve its human rights record. the money accounts for a fraction of the $1300000000.00 given by washington every year. the government of abil fcc has ever seen a crack down on descent since the muslim brotherhood was ousted in 2013 rights groups. calling for more aid to be withheld by the usa. the decision is a betrayal. lot more sense. come here now just there including we report from southern mexico where human rights advocate say, policies and migrants of turn the era into an open air prison. and we meet the
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young reporter shining a light on the increase in child labor in india moreland. ah hi again, nice to see you here is your weather forecasts for the middle east and really no major changes. we are still watching this wing come down from iraq. so that's going to spin around the sound and does for q 8, the ne of saudi and into cats are. but for cats, i want to talk about the humidity in doha. we'll see it up to 85 percent on thursday most humid in the mornings and in the evenings is 85 percent is not going to be all day, but the heat index will make it feel about 50 around the array b and c. we are seen some sand and dust over land yemen and bonds. so that's going to impact the visibility on wednesday through pockets on i think for now it's going
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to stay dry. but in the days to come, we could see some thunderstorms and that will certainly cool the atmosphere. your temperatures will drop in the days ahead of the turkey unsettled conditions. the boss 1st rate through the capital region down toward the southwest on talia has a high of 27 degrees, you know, through the tropics of africa. same story here. we've got our storms coming and go and nothing out of the ordinary here. but further toward the south johannesburg look at your temperature, you're up to 29 on wednesday, maybe 30 degrees. but you know what goes up must come down. so we've got you in for 18 degrees on saturday with a mix of sun. and that's it for me. see you soon. the when freedom of the press is under threat in, oh, you just call, thought genuinely about your thoughts towards the vacant government step outside the mainstream. the has been a all is implement here. some of access points to shift the focus.
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the pandemic turned out to be a handy little prefect, the prime minister to clamp down on the press covering the waves. the news is covered the listening post on a just o a welcome back and pick them out about some stories here. this. the democratic governor of the us state of california has defeated an attempt to remove him from office in a recall election. the republican lead pushed to hold the vote was sealed by anger, but gavin, using the handling of the current virus on the south, korean military says north korea as 5 to ballistic miss sounds of his east coast.
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they landed in the sea of japan, comes 2 days after the young young came up, tested along with a cruise missile. and 3 former us intelligence operatives have admitted providing sophisticated to hacking technology to the united arab emirates. the men now have agreed to pay nearly $1700000.00 and $5.00 to avoid prosecution. no way is left leaning parties are in talks to form a new coalition government after big gains and monday's parliamentary election. the campaign was dominated by the climate crisis. and the future of the countries, oil and gas industry, the wind means all 5 noted countries are now on the left in governments for the 1st time in 62 years. he's drawn out with the return of centre left government to norway after 8 years of conservative rule. one question looms large, what does it mean for the energy sector that made this country fabulously rich? scobee paid it. so it. now we shall celebrate, sleep a bit,
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and then be ready for action. we will change norway and the world. it was an election dominated by the climate crisis and the growing realization that fossil fuel exports must make way for renewable energy. that's a profound shift for a small country, operating western, europe's biggest oil and gas industry. it accounts for 14 percent of gross domestic product and 40 percent of exports, providing norway with a $1.00 trillion dollar sovereign wealth fund. for me personally, i mean issues for this election is my, what i expect from the new government is to focus even more on the climate issues we're facing today. we need to change the seriously, we need a government that takes the environment with greater concern. tricky coalition. talks lie ahead 1st with potential left wing partners wanting
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faster, moves towards the green economy and labor opting for a more gradual transition. the new government will also pledge itself to tackling rising inequality a cause that already ranked high among always neighbors. the election means all 5 nordic countries are now in left wing hands for the 1st time. in 62 years, joan, a whole al jazeera, 18 prime minister ariel already has sacked. the chief prosecutor who wants in charge over the murder of president of the lease. the chief prosecutor had also asked immigration agents to bother prime. it is definitely in the country now with a fascinated in july and court documents. se only was called twice in the hours after his death by one of the main suspects. michael dba has an author and journalist who's covered haiti for almost 25 years. he says there's a lot of skepticism about how the investigation into the president's death is being handled. is an extremely convoluted state of affairs. i mean, as you mentioned,
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the president ordered. now, little over 2 months ago, and it's quite clear from the circumstance that certainly his inner security was compromised. essentially to, to be assassinated by, by allegedly, by mercenary, and what it's been swelling around or do things do in his inner circle, security and politically was involved in his burger and who the intellectual and financial offers were. and so the ladies developed whereby the chief prosecutor was essentially calling sitting prime minister to be indicted for his electrical murder . and the prime minister sacking that prosecutor as just added your the to me all the prime minister himself is ruling if you can recall xtreme lee. i guess you might say questionable gentlemen. he was named by a president. many accused of staying over overstaying his term and office and had not officially invested in that in that position before job it on ways. and so
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the court, the question of the gentleman i think is really up in the air right now for a lot of there's a lot of doubt among people that have the terms of whether this will be allowed to run its course. i mean, most of the people have been arrested so far. i don't think anyone seriously thinks that they were the real money man with a real intellectual office crime. syrian refugees in lebanon are appealing for cache to be sent to them in us dollars rather than the local currency. lebanese pound is full and dramatically in value during the countries economic crisis, putting more refugee families at risk of going hungry. so higher at reports and refugee camp in the back are valid no bass, unless the syrian is hallowed. when the war started in 2011. and he, since married with a new born, he now has more mouth to feed food prices in lebanon, of become an affordable for the majority of the population. but the united states
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says syrian refugees, all the most vulnerable, and i look into what is the most in that we used to receive money with $27.00 and it was just about enough. now it's worth less than a quarter. and billy covers the price of milk or sugar. many syrian refugees to rely on cash assistance paid in the local lebanese currency. but since its loss, more than 85 percent of its value, the poorest refugees have been hit. the hardest one of this shop in by car valley is helping its customers by allowing them to buy now and pay later. but it says, even he's been able to make and me inflation. he says means the cache, the only loss for a few because so much as i'm going to know the so that, that of customers come into the price of, for example, a small kind of salami. now with a dollar, they say it's too expensive about it fully to the oil is worth almost $6.00. don't
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tell me they don't have the money and they leave. this is how people live day by day. i don't know a lot going on. they told out there they want to receive the cache in its full value in dollars instead of the local currency. the representatives of the un refugee agency here agrees it's a more practical solution. the challenging implement he's urging the international community to help and says the agency is trying to find a long term solution. we are working with government partners and then also financial provide service providers to catch up with the level of lation and increasing the o assistance in lebanese because of the comics situation. and the panoramic agencies are seeing refugees get meals, getting into debt region in their children's work instead of school family here of feeling anger and not to see at the same time, there's been no fuel. and this is what they're happy to do. having to improvise,
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they were 1st displaced by a very prescribe in syria, and then then there's up here and they come to you with no end in sight. they say life has simply come to the dia, conditions in these camps. nearly 1000000 syrian refugees have to endure a likely to worse and in winter approaches. 6 and picking up as you will, work will be a lot more difficult. once the bitter cold set in soda height, it's all just 0. back on valley 11 on activist a school closes in india on the pandemic. restrictions are forced more children into work when our magazine produced by children in one northern city is highlighting the issue. elizabeth parent reports from pharaohs about pradesh. these are the youngest journalists of the city of fiddles, abad. they're working on the next edition of the unique magazine ball vonny,
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but shockey vas are the voice of children as a magazine by and for young people about child labor. and they've right. somebody make the man, the stories that we write for the magazine are all related to children and inform readers about the reality of our town. when we share the stories with government officials, it helps them understand the difficulties that children face. the dia, 14 year old harmony, has been contributing to the magazine for 2 years. she lives in an impoverished aerial photos about where entire families are employed and the glass bangles industry. she convinced one neighbor to stop her 3 daughters aged between line and 12, from working, and send them to school instead. whatever. we have 5 children and no one to help us. so when we were in financial difficulty, we asked the children to work. a lot of children here work and at home our children started helping us. like when we were going through a rough patch. the baby sent her children back to school when her husband
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recovered from an illness and could work again. but not every one would do the same . fiddles about the glass bangles industry is 200 years old and the factories and known for the poor working conditions. generations of families have been employed in the trade, although many work from home when we walk through these narrow lanes of fiddles above, we can see many children making that goes right group, say school closures because of corona virus, and then an outbreak of fever. mean more children, a full to work because they don't have access to online learning in this home, children as young as 6 sit in front of small flames using the heat to join broken glass spangles. they do this for up to 8 hours a day. child labor is illegal and india that rights group say it's, it's difficult to stop those working at home. you have try live,
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but 10000000 in 2011. i'm doubling it only. i'm primarily because i'm with it. so i think what we can think of as being impacting what it means that you should be always had to fight when they spend, which is actually quite the release of this year. it was the children magazine has been delayed to lock downs, but how many and her team and now pushing the final touches on the issue, knowing their work has never been more important. elizabeth moran of al jazeera fiddles about author for dish migraines and asylum seekers stuck in a border city and southern mexico was struggling to find food and shelter as they tried to avoid deportation. authorities have been accused of using excessive force to stop them. heading towards the united states. longer rapid reports now. shuler and the state of chiapas. the there is
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a humanitarian crisis unfolding in southern mexico. for months, waves of migrants and asylum seekers mainly from haiti in central america have poured into the city of tampa to bottle migrants rights advocates. c. a national policy by the mexican government, aimed at preventing migrants from making their way north toward the united states, has turned the city in an open air prison for refugees. trula s c l. no. portsmouth is a living hill. got it is an illegal prison because nowhere in the law does it say that migrates can only be kept in one street, turned to concentration. mexican immigration laws are being averted and manipulated in order to appeal the united states. sabi, if that money for land on the streets of temper eula are packed with migrants. this woman who has asked us to conceal her identity is one of more than 35000 haitian nationals currently stuck into a shula. she says, food and shelter,
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or in short supply, and that the situation here grows more dire by the de loc grenada. and i'm going to be along what we make in a day is not enough for food. and many of us migrants are sleeping in the park on top of each other, begging for food in mexico's president doesn't do something for us. people are going to be in to steal. and we don't want that. what we want is help and to allow us to keep moving. since the start of the year, mexico's national immigration strategy has been one of containment into a tulip, hundreds of migrants queue up outside the cities, immigration offices almost every day. here, confusion range intentions are on the right. the vast majority of people we've encountered outside this government office building say they're growing desperate without a clear answer from authorities as to what it's going to take to obtain the necessary paperwork. and finally, be allowed to leave up at shuler. despite promises for mexican political leaders
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to respect the rights of migrants into silence seekers, those who try to leave us without the necessary paperwork are quickly rounded up. and local journalists continue to document cases of abuse and excessive force from authorities. we interact and i asked that these individuals that are making this very risky journey are very difficult and verbal situations. as we've discussed, there are many women and children and children who are actually in the company. that means they do not have a family member or guardian with them. sometimes children who are very young age. and so what all governments need to do that are involved in managing migration is that they need to make sure that the human rights are respected and that these people are protected migrant shelters in this part of the country have reached maximum capacity and some have experienced outbreaks of coven 19 coupled with a lack of access to adequate health care, growing security concerns and
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a national policy that prevents people from leaving. the situation is quickly growing beyond the ability of authorities to control. manuel up a little al jazeera tougher to le mexico. ah, type of krycek at the headlines here on the democratic governor of the us state of california has defeated an attempt to remove him from office in a recall election. the republican led push to hold the vote was filled by anger of a govern newsome's handling of the corona virus pandemic. it's only the 4th election of its kind in us history. rob reynolds has more now from beverly hills. there may still be some law suits and some disagreement because republicans including larry elder, the the prime candidate opposing newsome and ex president trump had all said in f.


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