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but as a position leader, alexia valley remains in prison, and to finalize a band from taking pod could do to the kremlin, be wide open for another clean sweet fruit in supporting the personal coverage on al jazeera ah, the u. s. u. k. and australia unveiled a new defense for the in the pacific region wondering, found that the multi $1000000000.00 submarine did. ah, hello, darren jordan, this is the right guy from also coming up. the international criminal court will investigate alleged atrocities in the philippines war on drugs. but the government says it was corporate a month from a taliban take over, cobble guns, sell their possessions to put food on the table.
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and making history for civilians are sent into orbit spaces. rocket with no professional astronauts on board. ah. the u. k. in the us and agreed to help australia develop nuclear power submarines under a new partnership, calling the in the pacific security lives as seen as a way to counter china's influence in the region. the deal involved corporation in cyber and underwater defense and artificial intelligence. my kind of has more now from washington d. c. l 3 nation committee. it was an unusual prelude to a bite in white house briefing video extolling the depth and length of the relationship between the 3 countries. the only time the u. s. a shared it's nuclear propulsion technology was with the u. k. back in 1900. 50 it. now,
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a trailer will become part of the exclusive club in an alliance, labeled, the us president joined remotely by the other 2 leaders. the 1st major initiative, a bogus will be to deliver a nuclear power submarine. flight frustrated. i have the next id months we will work together to seek to determine the best way forward to achieve this. only a handful of countries possess nuclear powered submarines and it is a momentous decision for any nation to acquire this formidable capability and perhaps equally momentous for any other state to come to its aid. and president biden confirmed, you emerging us strategy in the, in the pacific region allies. we need to be able to address both the current strategic environment in the region and how it may evolve. because the future, the reach of our nations in indeed the world depends on a free and opening up
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a specific, enduring and flourishing the decades of head. dan osmond came only alas, off the north and south korea conducted miss altis, hugh and around looking up up tension in the region just interested in bundle. china was quick to make a call for restraint. amidst mounting international criticism, the word china was not mentioned by any of the leaders during the washington announcement. but there's no doubt that what is regarded as chinese expansion isn't . is a motivating force for the formation of this new alliance. and clearly it would appear china think so as well. the chinese embassy here in washington has been quick to issue a statement, saying, countries should shake off the cold war mentality. an ideological prejudice the u. k and the u. s. have long maintained a significant naval and air presence in the in the pacific region. in competition
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with china, the injection of australia, nuclear power submarines could well intensify this new cold war under the water as well as above. mike hannah 0, washington. well, the new alliance covers a multi $1000000000.00 deal that from signed 5 years ago to make submarines frustrating yet, and a joint statement with the defense minister. the foreign minister john even said the american choice to push aside a european ally and partner like france to my structural partnership with australia at a time. we're facing unprecedented challenges in the in the pacific region shows a lack of coherence that france cannot acknowledge and regret its bringing malcolm davis. the siena list of the australian, the strategic policy institute. jones with skype from cambra, malcolm. so a very unhappy france there, but how significant is this new security packet and how effective when it really be encountering china's growing regional influence?
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look, it's really important because the 1st thing it should be seen as is an anchor for us commitment into the pacific region, particularly after the withdrawal from afghanistan, there was a lot of concern about the us essentially walking away from its commitments. i think this agreement has repeated does concerns and makes it very clear that the u . s. m a u k. to give a women strangely committed to maintaining a pre and i've been in the pacific region and counter balancing and deterring, arise in china. the secondly, from an australian perspective, this really elevates our role in the region. the fact that we're getting nuclear submarines i think gives us much more capable naval forces. the mom had before and allowed to be a strategic partner to the us in the u. k. and play a strategic role in the region. yeah. and that's an important point to make malcolm because since president biden took off his, he has refocused us foreign policy onto the indo pacific region. but does this
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alliance then weaponized, australia is foreign policy in the region. i mean, camera get some shiny new nuclear submarines, but that worsens the already front just relationship between camera and beijing. well, fractious relationship, as you point out, is, is the fault of basing not camera. and that relationship is probably going to continue to work in your respective or whatever we do. because china has, in time time to presentation pain, is to us strategic privacy in the region and impose its own sphere influence on the, on the region. and a strategy is not prepared to sit back and allow its security interests. all the interests of the pop is in the region to be trampled over by shame. so it's not a case of us trying to mend fences. we've seen, we done, we're not about bending the need facing. what we need to see is we're trying to
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take a more pragmatic and sensible constructive approach. it's relationship in the region a. malcolm is messy than that. the u. s. the u. k. and australia, a d p, worried about china as military build up in the region. it's already become a flashpoint over territorial disputes. so are you saying that we could see more tensions in the area rather than stability and security, that the alliance is actually promised? yes, i think that even with locus as a stabilizing factored term, the boosting the terrance china isn't going to take this lying down. so i would expect strategic competition intentions to rise and coming years. and the big concern has to be china's intentions towards taiwan in the next few years is going to make a move against taiwan. and how with the u. s. and its allies, including australia, response that malcolm davis really good to get your thoughts. thank you very much. indeed for talking judge 0. thank you bye. now more details are emerging about
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wednesdays. miss are launched by north korea state me to say a new train mounted missile system was tested, images released by the case. the news agency appeared to show a missile being fired from a train to ballistic missiles reported the flu. 800 kilometers before landing in the sea of north korea's east coast. well, in a sign of escalating tension, south korea conduct for its own ballistic missile test. just hours later with a launch from a submarine, it's the 1st country without nuclear weapons to develop such a system from abroad report. so. so this highly provocative missile test with carried out while china is foreign minister, one year within sol, for tools with his south korean counterparts with north korea high on their agenda . but of course, we all want to contribute to the peace and stability of the korean peninsula. for example, not only in north korea, but also the countries are conduct the military actions. so we should have all parties make joint efforts to region dialogues. this was wangs last stop of
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a foreign nation tour of east asia, as china looked to counter the increasing influence of the us in the region and north korea risks angering beijing. with this latest launch, south career is hoping china will use this considerable influence over north korea to bring it back to the negotiating table. but with each missile lodge but seems less likely and shows even china is control over its neighbor isn't limited. north korea has also claimed to have tested a new type of long range cruise missile over the weekend. and it comes after a military parade through the streets of gang last week facing an economic crisis from international sanctions. and from the pandemic combined with food shortages for damaging storms, it seems the show of military muscle is intended as much of a morale boost at home. as showing the world, it is still a force to be reckoned with. and it comes as south korea developed its own military
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hardware. on wednesday, it successfully testified a ballistic missile from a submarine becoming only the 7th country and the world to master the technology. it also announced advances in high powered ballistic and supersonic cruise missiles, as both careers continue to develop thereafter channels. robert bride al jazeera sol. the government of the philippines says it will not cooperate with an investigation by the international criminal court into it so called war on drugs. the icpc approved and inquire into president rodrigo to tear to his campaign. on wednesday, prosecutors will look into claims of human rights abuses of the country. chief presidential legal council says investigators will not be allowed to enter the country jamila alan doug has more now from money la, when it comes to the international criminal court. the reaction and the official statements coming from the philippine government has always been consistent that he
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does not recognize the jurisdiction of the i. c. c over president for the good that there at the end the government. and that he will not allow independent investigators to come into the country to pro cases. now the philippine government has officially withdrawn from the room statute as a signatory in 2019 but the i think he believes it has jurisdiction since the 1st complaint of filed against president through the good that they're day by families of the drug war victims happened in 2017. no. president rodrigo there to launch the so called war on drugs in 2016. even. it started well, he was campaigning. as president of the republic. the philippine government figures put the death toll at around $6000.00 filipinos, skilled in police lead operations. but the rights groups believe that the number could go as high as 30000. and even though the philippine government dismisses all
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of these developments that the have, and even though the pre trial chamber meet the time before witnesses are asked to testify or even a warrant of arrest will be issued against president would be good there. and his allies, the families of the victims, already believe that this is a moral victory. this is a step towards justice. it's something that they have been praying for and hoping for for many years. and they say, even though the president remains popular here in the philippines, he holds the distinction of being the only president to be tried in the international criminal court for crimes against humanity. france says it's special forces of kill the leader of ice or in the greater sahara. i don't want to worry was behind the killing of 6 french chairman to work because i'm the niger and dr. a last year. president manuel macro hail the operation as a success in france's fight against our groups in africa. health region for a short break here and to 0 when we come back. israel's prison authorities,
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thanks allegations of abuse in palestinian prisoners capture, falling and daring escapes and frustration threatens to boil over in southern mexico was migrants that prevented from leaving martin the it's another beautiful sunny day at 35000 feet. the weather sponsored by cattle airways, boated world's best airline of 2021. hello. they will have a look at the weather in africa in a moment, but for now, let's look at the middle east on it's hot, dry and relatively quiet. we have go to shame, now, wind blowing down from iraq kicking up some dust for q weight for guitar and a you a so plenty of hazy sunshine. a round would also see temperatures edging up over the next few days. the temperature in doha, sitting in the early forty's. now for the weather we have to go to coastal areas.
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although mine we are seeing some charles and storms affecting areas between said le muscat. but if we have to go to africa, if we want to see the real wet weather, we've got the swelling weather systems bringing wet and windy weather to sierra leone to the ivory coast and guinea. now we could see flash flooding as those torrential rains. kick in those systems will eventually swirl off towards the atlantic, but those pulses of heavy rain are going to continue across essential areas of africa. coastal areas of cameroon, expecting to be inundated with rain over the next few days for the final dry conditions. we have to move to southern parts of africa. what swan is in plenty of sunshine with heat coming through. the temperature is going to pick up in cape town . but we've got rain in the east coast and we go into the temperature dip in johannesburg. the weather, sponsored by cattle airways, boated world's best airline of 2021 on era online be part of the debate or pacific people. the ocean is our identity and the source of well being. we are the ocean
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when no help take it off the table. it's a shooting site atmosphere. people are demoralized, they're exhausted, and many health care workers are experiencing p, tfc like symptom. jump into this dream and julian global community. if you're on live on youtube right now, you can be part of this conversation as well. this stream announces era, ah, the me welcome back to mind about top stories. out of the u. s. s. strain on the u. k. you have an out for new in the pacific security lines. it's seen as a strategy to accounts of china's growing influence in the region. the line full include corporation in cyber and underwater defense strain yet to receive nuclear
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power. summary. more details are emerging about wednesday miss are launched by north korea bakeney. they're say a new train mountain missile system is tested. south korea reported its own test just hours later on the government of the philippines as it would not cooperate with that investigation by the international criminal court into it. so called war on drugs. the itc approved an inquiry into president rodrigo detective campaign on the wednesday, prosecutor to look into claims of human rights abuses. it's been one months since the taliban captured campbell and seized control of afghanistan. the groups interim government now faces the challenge of providing for millions, facing poverty instead of ation and with foreign funds. drawing up a cash crisis is now looming. a solid bin jervey report from campbell. if you're looking for bargains, gobbles german market is the place to be from fridges to carpets. all household
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items are bought and sold here. but this market wasn't here a month ago, this trade began after tens of thousands of people left the african capital. when the taliban took over these days, many others are selling what they can to make ends meet. as jobs have dwindled, the population of cobbled has increased tens of thousands of people move from their homes at the thought about the territories across have gone to sun. many a sheltering and make shift camps in the city. nobody will send a slightly implement the government of i've got a son, is doing everything that can provide job opportunities to africa. and we call an africans to stay and not to migrate and to help develop the country. although our guns have not seen this level of peace and security in cobble for decades, people are still concerned about the future. i don't have hope like before, the security is now better, but the state of education will likely be affected in the future. but they, the declaration will divide in the opinions of women. and so the mother says she's
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happy, there is no more bloodshed and insecurity since the taliban, segregated people by gender, she believes the moral problems of youth have been resolved. so the and her mom came to the bank to get some cash that some short supply for hundreds of these people who are coming to the bank every day. the biggest problem is the cash french every half hours. only a few of them are allowed inside and then they go in. they can draw just about $200.00 every week. most of the people here are government employees are $77.00 who have not been paid for months because of the cash shortage prices of everyday items are rising and with people's duties purchasing power businesses are suffering. mohammed is a business student who has learned to fix the mobile software to make and meet the q at the bank extends to his shop or not. he's losing customers. he needs to be his monthly rent of $700.00. like many i've done, he's concerned about the future, but willing to give the taliban a few years to see if the group is sincere in its promises to make people's lives
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better. maybe if the taliban government are going well and they bring some facility for our pupils, different the i will stay here with the countries are frozen the gun central banks assets until the taliban delivers. then it's human rights pledges in the queue. the banks will continue until the unblocked those billions of dollars some of and job of era. couple. afghanistan's acting deputy prime minister has denied reports. he was hurt in a clash with a rival faction and a video released by the taliban. abdul. gandhi, but i said he's safe and well followed days of rumors that supporters of a class with members of the connie network of taliban affiliated group, based near the pakistani border lawyers for 2 of the palestinians who broke out of jail, say the prisoners, have been tortured by railey officers, since they were captured, they were among 6 inmates to escape from gilbert prison last week, triggering a major man hunt for offense,
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been apprehended or false reports from occupied eastern slim. well, up until now the information about the interrogation of these 4 men has largely been in the form of leak to the israeli media. exactly what they've been telling their interrogators. this is the 1st time that we've heard directly, or at least one remove from the men themselves to the voices of their lawyers. because this is the 1st time that the lawyers have access to these 4 men. now my food is the one who's been reported to be the ringleader, the mastermind behind this escape. and that is very much the claim that he's making for himself. it seems saying that it was his idea that this was an operation limited to the 6 men who escaped their being reports, news rarely media this week that there are a suspected 11 prisoners to been involved. he says, no, it was just the 6 and they received no help from the outside as well. also saying that they requested no help from locals in the larger palestinian israeli towns in
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the area of northern israel where they were on the run and where they were captured on monday. again, israeli media reports suggesting that they did ask for help and that they, they were informed on by palestinian israeli. is that something that is not being corroborated in the men's testimony to the lawyers? they're saying that they were simply charged upon by police patrols. as for mohammed alada woods cousin, he's saying that the 5 days of liberty were worth the 22 years of being imprisoned. and it was worse, this escape attempt. he's also telling his lawyer that he's being mistreated in the interrogation procedure that he's being kept awake, deprived of sleep deprived until the day before of food and the, the conditions are extremely harsh. and the model of the habit has been subjected to extremely cruel torture. he still is, he was subject to excessive aggression during his detention. he had his head past
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against the grain, his head with injured he had an injury above his right. i have not received you medical care up until this moment. he scratches and wounds all over his body. that wasn't part of the escape and the hunt for him. and zachary, as a baby by the occupation forces, he was transferred to nazareth investigation center. after he was detained, there he was interrogated in a way that was extremely terrible. some 20 intelligence officers investigated him in a tiny room. they stripped naked. and we've also heard from the lawyer of zachary who bates, the flatter locks of martyrs brigade leader, the highest profile of these escapees. again, saying that they deliberately avoided palestinian israeli areas of northern israel so as not to incriminate people. and that they were without water for the entire time making do what with what they could in terms of fruit that they found in the fields. his lawyer also saying that he received a broken jaw and broken ribs in his arrest. on the early saturday morning.
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of course, there are 2 who remain at lodge. the reports for the remaining 2 have now got into the west bank into their home area in and around jeanine. and that makes it, if true, an extremely difficult in potentially very dangerous recapture attempt if that were carried out by the israeli military. because if there were a fire fight, if there was bloodshed, this could spill over into wider violence. tens of thousands of migraines hoping to reach the u. s. remains stuck in southern mexico. public services in the border. city of tampa. shuler overwhelmed money rapid. i was there and sent us this report . the desperation is growing in pepper. on wednesday, hundreds of migrants mainly from haiti, and central america took to the streets in protest. they're frustrated over a mexican government policy that prevents them from leaving the city. we just want to get out because we're not here to stay. we're just going through. we have no
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money, no food, nothing, wedding present here without anything. and the government does not help some protesters or parents with children who say the city is overcrowded in food and shelter. are becoming harder to find. i thought with my children, it's very difficult. there were no jobs, no food, we're living on the street. we have many problems. i have nothing that we need help . the since the started the year, the number of migrants arriving and southern mexico has only grown and so have tension between them and a sword coming down, forgot this cannot be happening. like we just came from africa and chains like more than a day late. you know, the most, everybody has to be 3. it was off of us. i was with shelters from migrants and asylum seekers already over capacity. many say their patients has run out well. demonstrations like this one with hundreds of migrants blocking off the traffic had
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become quite common place here in south, but shula and local residents tell us that this is the worst micro crisis. the city has experience in recent memory. in estimated 40000, mike are currently stuck into a jeweler. some have been here for months and more continue to arrive every day. and i love it. so when i call president lopez about door to stopping a puppet of the united states, to stopping the guard dog of the to follow the mexican law and stop repressing the migrant population. stop beating up, migrate, stop combating and treating migrants like criminals. despite the mexican governments strategies to contain migrants in the southern part of the country, experts where the impact on overall migrate numbers reaching the u. s. southern border is negligible. instead, the policy of limiting their mobility has only turned the city of death at sheila into a pressure intentions are ready to explode. manuel up a low al jazeera death you la mexican health care workers in from some now are
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required to be vaccinated against cobra. 19 or face suspension without pay. this came into force on wednesday, as well as staff and hospitals, workers in retirement homes, the fire service and private doctors, but also have to get jumped. frances public health agency estimates roughly 12 percent of hospital staff. i've not been vaccinated simone to do the, i'm disgusted, but there's nothing i can do. i have to put up with it. i don't know what tomorrow will bring. i know i'm not being paid as of today. and yesterday, as i was on a demonstration, was that i'm, i'm not sure how i'll cope, but i tell myself that every day is a new day. and i tell myself that i will find a job outside of the home. because of the way the government is tackling hospitals, i don't know what to say. i don't care. honestly, i don't care an upgrade. construct southwest china getting at least 2 people. the
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shallow magnitude, 6 tremor hit fish, one problem. local media say hundreds of homes were destroyed. emergency crews have not been sent to the area now for civilians have just made history after being sent into orbit on a space ex flight with no professional astronauts on board. inspiration for mission blasted off from cape capital in florida to zeros rob reynolds has more lift off more inspiration for lasting the world's 1st all civilian crew into orbit . the space ex falcon 9 rocket took off from florida on a 3 day mission that will take it 575 kilometers above the earth. higher even than the orbit of the international space station, on board businessman and pilot jared isaac, men who chartered the rocket from space ex isaac men, has piloted a variety of aircraft and will be at the controls. i just really felt at the time,
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inspiration for was created and knowing that this was, this was going to be a 1st and there's a lot of responsibility that comes with that. you know, we had to send a message that they're real, real problems in real obligations. we have to pay attention to here on earth in order to earn the right to make progress for tomorrow. the price tag to the flight was not disclosed, but isaac meant hopes to raise approximately $200000000.00 for st. jude children's hospital in memphis, tennessee. he donated 100000000 from his own funds. isaac been also paid for tv ad promoting the mission that aired during the superbowl. the chief medical officer on board will be haley arsenault. she is a physician's assistant and recovered cancer patient who was treated at saint jude's at age 29. she's the youngest us citizen in orbit. i'm really honored to be representing with hands her and how to cancer survivors. but you know,
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everyone in life has, has been dealt a certain and everyone's had to overcome something. and i hope that those who are in the process of overcoming something can, can look to me and see the importance of holding on to their fellow. your astronauts include see in proctor, a geologist who barely missed being selected as a nasa astronaut in 2000. and 9 have been 3 black female astronauts have made it to face. and knowing that i'm going to be the 4th means that i have this opportunity to not only accomplish my dream, but also inspire and inspire the next generation of women of color. the 4th space traveler is christ kimbrough sky, and aerospace engineer at defense contractor, lockheed martin. the capsules docking port has been replaced for the occasion with a large window like transparent dome inspiration for the latest foray into space
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tourism following sub orbital flights in july by billionaires richard branson and amazon founder jeff bezos. space ex, owned by yet another billionaire ilan mosque is one of the leading companies planning for a lucrative mass market in space tourism over the coming decades. rob reynolds al jazeera, we can do that. ah tough, a quick check of the headlines here on out to 0. the us australia on the u. k. have announced a new indo pacific security alliance. it's seen as a strategy to count of china's influence in the region. the orchestra lines involved corporation in cyber and underwater defense. australia also gets new nuclear power submarines with american and british help. august will bring together our sellers, our scientists and our industries.


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