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not. ready too often of cornerstone as portrayed through the prism of war. but there were many of thanks to the brave individuals who risk their lives to protect it from destruction. an extraordinary film archive standing for decades reviews the forgotten truth of the country's modern history. the forbidden real part to the communist revolution on a j. o . a hello. are you watching al jazeera, i'm emily angland, reminder of our top story to thousands of take you to the straits of tennessee as
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capital in the 1st major demonstration after president said these powers and dismiss comments in july, they are close to the president's plans to amend the constitution from who's recalling its ambassadors to the us and a strategy after what it's calling a stab in the back branches angry after it's really a cancelled a multi $1000000000.00 submarine contract to enter a military alliance with the us and u. k. and an expert panel in the us has rejected government plan to roll out cove and 19 booster shots to all americans age 16 and older. but it endorsed extra 5 the by and pick shots. so people over the age of 65, let's return to our top story now and on the protest into nicea and get a reminder of the recent developments there. in july, president kaiser said suspended parliament and assumed executive authority, which sparked accusations of accrue even crackdown on political opponents in the
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media, including algiers. office into news, but said, says he had to act to rescue the country from economic and political crisis, which have led to months of protest. simons speak. min coral is a freelance journalist who was at the protest. he thinks the situation warn't get better anytime soon. today's protest again was principally coating for a return to the legitimacy which we take to be parliamentary democracy. there is no party colors amongst the crowd, but nevertheless, that counter protest mostly for the president, was very keen on labeling them as as mason and his party treat. it was also the sally, less members of the left wing socialist party by monks, the crowd, and various others. but at one point, both were accusing the other side of being proxies in france. both the keys,
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the other, i feel that the gosh on both were claiming that they were acting on the when the people i forget how many days into this extraordinary period. we still have apartment where way be on the point where one should be expected. in the meantime, i think a lot of people overlooking the economy is not getting better. trone is still, you know, wreaking havoc upon people and people's lives. and the situation is deteriorating until we have some sort of legislative authority. it's not going to get any better, and i think the popularity is going to shrink over this period. algeria is longer serving president abdel aziz boot flicker has died at the age of 80 fall. he struggle with health issues the years after having a stroke, he stepped down in 2019 after math project at protest. rejecting use plan to say a 5th term hashem. a whole body looks back at his life. april the 2nd,
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2019 algerian president of the law. these, with a political resigned following weeks of massive st. proto. rail, unable to walk or talk, and rarely seen in public following a stroke, his suffered into a 1013 which bound to prussia from protector and the army chief. this is the moment he resigned and handed over power to the senate speaker, who became the entering head of state. an undignified exit for the man who played crucial role in algeria is more than history, which is considered a national hero by his porters who fought on the battlefield. during algeria as will be independence from france, then served as foreign minister until $979.00. in the early 1980, he was accused of corruption and went into self imposed design. the charges were
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later dropped and of the end of the civil war in the late 19 ninety's that claimed the lives of 1000 would have won an election with the backing of the military. the position said the vote was begged with a flipper one praise for restoring stability that led to an economic boom and major development project nationwide. the also managed to hold the country together. during the spring, they will protest in january 2011 against poverty and unemployment. the government responded by creating thousands of small business opportunities with generous incentives to young entrepreneurs, reducing food prices and ending decades old state of emergency. despite the initiative bias continued after winning a 2nd mandate in 2004 with
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a fleet change the constitution to run for the term. and despite deteriorating health, he changed the constitution once again to secure a 4th term. what the leader considered him an important ally of the fight against groups in north africa. but if i had 0 tolerance to was alti than others, his heavy handed this link to that approach is blame for costing civilian lives. in $21330.00 foreign workers were killed when would order the army to storm a gas plant in the algerian desert. the aim was to rescue hundreds of hostages, held by an armed group affiliated to al qaeda. critics said the president could have saved lives, have him ego. she hated a se, exit for the hostages of plan, the counter attack. more carefully. what a fleet does grip on power started to slip when he announced his bid to run for the
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5th term in february, 2019 hundreds of thousands of jury as poured into the streets in the biggest demonstration scene. since the independence in 1962, for 5 weeks, the protest, the demands of the president and his allies resign, would have a 1st try to locate, protested by reversing his decision to stand again and postponing the election. saying he'd stay on until a new constitution was adopted. but it wasn't enough to stop the revolt. the protests continued. disease but a fleet, as fate was sealed when the army chief stepped in, forcing algeria the longest serving president from power beneath military, ladies say they will not bound to international pressure to let detained president
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l for con, day fly into exxon, the west african regional block acre was expelled and guinea, after the con day was overthrown during and military tag over early this month. the presidents of ivory coast in ghana for his release during a one day trip to consecrate on friday. the block has already imposed sanctions and demanded elections be held within 6 months of interest. has this update from clinical re the visit by the echoes chairman and president of gun and not go for idol along with the president of i. because mr. lawson with tara has failed to get mister alpha candy released from military custody now on the streets of conner cree . here. a lot of people are happy that the functions announced by a cause following their extraordinary summit. if not widespread, it's particularly targeted of the military leaders here in clinical members of their families with their accounts and monies outside frozen. now the fear was
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before the course, i made the fear was they would be wide economic sanctions against the country. but this did not happen, and a lot of people are happy for that. on the side of negotiations, the military insisted that the any deadline that comes should come from the people of guinea and not external forces. meanwhile, they have continued, then it goes to issues. and consultations with various stakeholders here in guinea about forming a government and about flushing out a transition program. whether or not that will appease the economic community of west african state. time shall tell, but for now the streets of guinea are com business by con, stream, and money to have continued. the u. s. he is threatening more sanctions against the warring sides in ethiopia. know than to grind region. the conflict has left thousands dead and almost 1000000 people are living in famine like conditions she have or times he has moves. this is not the imposition of sanctions but another
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threats of sanctions. president biden's executive order empowers the state department of treasury to be able to sanction those seen in the future to be standing in the way of a negotiated piece in the future on all sides. but no deadline has been announced if the government of ethiopia and the to great people's liberation front, take meaningful steps to enter into talks with our preconditions and allow unhindered humanitarian assistance. the united states is prepared to mobilize assistance for ethiopia to recover and revitalize its, its economy, and build a future for its people. wow. state department officials say they fear prime minister abbey ahmed will want to declare a victory over the to crow and peoples with the ration from when he's sworn into office on october. the 4th. they also fed the t p. and i will do all it can to prevent that. the u. s. does have a great deal of leverage over the therapy and government so far. it hasn't used much of a fuel success in the past has been in terms of trade. it's industrial parks occupied
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by america, not multinational. it's benefiting from this tax benefit, those that introduced 2 decades ago. and there was a fear that would be withdrawn. but that did not happen. and there's a release in the sub a just my, the presence in the administration of those 9 to be open to us interventions that samantha power at u. s. id. it hasn't imposed punishing sanctions on the if you can government. and let's say there are multiple reasons for washington's caution. ethiopia is the us main ally and the strategically important one of africa and key to its projection of power across the region. ethiopia is also important to us as war on tara, an important component against our bob, somalia. now that us troops officially withdrawn permanence abbey, i'm. it is also deregulating and privatizing ethiopian economy. after decades of central planning, which is beneficial for us multi nationals, and perhaps most importantly, even as if europe received hundreds of millions of dollars from the u. s. it's a key trading popular and investment destination for china. and as the biden
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administration is clearly demonstrated, this is not a white house that will take a further integration of addis ababa and beijing. well, she ever times the al jazeera washington. it's the 2nd day of parliamentary elections in russia, but most opposition candidates are excluded from. the ballad citizens will elect members in the low house of rushes, parliament, known as state duma. but the election has already seen allegations of widespread fraud. a voter rights organisation recorded around 2000 and the procedure violations. sunday will be the 3rd and final day of the election. and ukraine plans to sanction those organizing and participating in the russian parliamentary elections. the government balance being collected in rebel held eastern ukraine and crimea, which was annexed by rushing 2014 women, 600000 people in ukraine. i eligible to vote after they were given russian passports in 20. 19 mexico is hosting the 6th regional summit of
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latin american and caribbean states. it aims to challenge us influence in the region. representatives of the 33 member alliance known as celtic meeting to discuss dissolving the organization of american states, mexico, bolivia and venezuela are all critical of the o. s saying it has been a puppet of us interest in latin america, mexico and cuban presidents. cold on the u. s. to end regional embargoes. in this way, it's time to replace the policies of blockades and miss treatment in favor of the option of mutual respect, working together and partnering for the good of the americas without infringing on our sovereignties of each other being low. gusio, i also sees the occasion to acknowledge or support for the lifting of the legal, economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the united states against cuba. one which has been purposely and opportunistically tightened under the pretext of the
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pandemic. despite being condemned for decades by the overwhelming majority of the international community, they like men while rep low has the latest from mexico city. there were few things to unpack regarding the 2021 community of latin american nations and caribbean states. summit not only because of the things that were discussed because, but also because of which world leaders we're in attendance. we could certainly point to the co been 1900 pandemic as the principal theme that was address this sort of collective desire to continue to work toward a regional solution to mitigate contagion and bring an end to the pandemic. there was also a motion by several members of the summit to create a regional fund by select to, to serve as relief during natural disasters linked to climate change. but here in mexico, one of one of the most unexpected things was the sort of this last minute visit by that as well in president nicholas mcgruder surprise arrival that places him across
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the table from other latin american leaders left us latin american leaders while also excluding excluding the united states, now many, many members of select today took the opportunity to criticize the organization of american states. the o a s calling for an alternative body. that is, quote, not a lackey to anybody. those were the words of mexico, mexico's really been spearheading this push to replace the o a s joining a course of voices and select that c, b o, a s s a. in terms of it being an instrument of diplomacy, one that skewed toward serving the interests of the united states. the remains of the man who founded one of latin america's most violent rebel groups, the shining path, will be cremated, peruse congress rates the decision after days of heated debate about concerns that abby, my l. goodman's graveside could become. a rallying point to support is, mariana sanchez. reports from lena the,
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the body of former shining path leader of my youngest man remains in the morgue for now he did by so many do, branded a terrorist and genocidal his death became the subject of debate nearly a week already the night. his wife, illinois, also serving a life sentence for terrorism, permission to decide his fate. instead, precedent brutal castillo enacted a bill. taylor made for guzman in congress, the orders his commission for thank you, have left you and i. for national security, the public prosecutor's office will cremate the corpses of leaders of terrorist organization, or those who committed crimes of treason whose monday, an armed conflict the last 2 decades and lift more than 60000 peruvians dead. many of his followers were imprisoned, but some still support his ideal one. if one dies, this remains in others, and this will never be arranged, said guzman, convinced his legacy would lavonne. many peruvians worry that he won't be forgotten
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. i'm not going to get up. i do not believe his death will solve the problem of terrorism because there was to be people who follow his thinking. the, the rebel leader had a dominant presence in the country for the past 40 years. authorities want to prevent followers creating a shrine for pilgrimage. many people say they won this month, ashes to be dumb to beyond the 200 miles of pacific ocean that belong to people. but the question for many years, we've got the chapter of our be my lose money for getting us to new york city state story and louis sugar land joined the shining path. when he was 12 at 14, he was captured in the battlefield. he turned his life around and now works as a professor, he says, goose months, death is not the most important issue and believes the country is still in the face of posttraumatic stress from the armed conflict. a lot, you know,
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we carry off suffering inside the trauma of the horror. we live through those wounds. don't just he'll we need to talk frankly, sincerely and acknowledge and nice victim. aid is the truth. and reconciliation commission says guzman is responsible for most of the killing. thousands also died in the hands of the army and police authority say the location of his ashes will remain a secret, as thousands of peruvians continue to cope with a painful part. but in the centre, so just see that lema beatles to japan. now when campaigns to succeed, the country's prime minister have started after yoshi had a serious step down 2 weeks ago. for candidates have battled about in a televised debate to win the leadership of japan's governing party in elections at the end of the month. the winner of the vote is most likely to succeed, to go the chinese version of the popular short video sharing app tick tock has
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unveiled new rules to restrict access to young uses. those under 14 can now only use the app for 40 minutes between 6 am and 10 pm. the company says it's trying to she'll be young from inappropriate content. critic say it's another step. and the chinese government's ongoing crackdown against tech companies. libby is and capital city is revamping its images. one of the most beautiful gems along the mediterranean, saying the interim government is building new parks and recreational areas. the residents, traumatized by more than a decade of conflict. malik, trainer reports from tripling the city of tripoli is also known as the bride of the sea for its beauty and location on the southern shores of the mediterranean sea. but years of conflict since the 2011 uprising against a ruler while market duffy have left libya as capital neglected. now that starting to change mohammed his mail is an engineer and runs tripoli,
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public service company. he is supervising a governmental campaign to renovate the cities parks and recreational areas. public health. in 10 years of political divisions in libya have resulted. the negligence in the public sector. life stopped the grass, dried roads, and infrastructure, destroyed. the people are tired of the fighting. no, thanks to god, we have started the campaign to renew life in the city. we are renovating all the parks and fixing roads. so people have a place to go and enjoy time with their families. with the capital seen relative calm and work underway, the mood among people here has changed about what we want to live like the rest of the world were tired of war. i want to go to work and in my free time have places to take my kids to play. so before this was a military zone with big walls, no one could enter. but now things are better. as you can see, it's safe and clean. this new park in the heart of tripoli was previously
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a military base. it was torn down. it's only remaining structure. is that watch tower over there. now, it's filled with families enjoying the reviews together, children, plane meals being cher. liliana is a medical student. she says there's been a visible change in tripoli landscape in recent months that initial display all the i think i'm problems in libya in the past. i'm optimistic because we're seeing good things happening now like new parks opening rather than military bases. children playing everywhere, satisfying to see and gives us hope in the future. in march, a political settlement was reached between the un recognize government and tripoli and rival authorities based in the east of libya and hostilities that lead to a unity government taken power, allowing local authorities to begin work and breathe new life into the capital. elections are due in december, but could be postponed due to political divisions, and thus left them any here, hoping libby as hard. one piece won't be short lived. malik traina al jazeera
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navigator, then added 2 more in the 2nd half as it finished 3. know you got 5, remain on beats and in the league this season. yeah. massive achievement in the florida history of this club. only 80 players. if that's right, it's called $100.00 goes. that's a lot because nowadays players are usually not that long and clubs. so i'm really happy that i could work no already for 5 years together. we said, and it's just a top player. my address is 53 points behind live a philosopher and now no draw with south hampton city, gave away a penalty. in the 2nd half a car walker was showing a red car for the challenge that both decisions overturned by vail city, also had a late gold out of sight right now. and to now i do understand this, the theory of this subject go, ask me what happened because what i said to jess guys can to be
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fans at the corner of the ground prompting and intervention for right police and stewards kick off to the 2nd half with the late fall around 30 minutes behind side one times when the match one l for the 1st victory village in 15 is new zealand. the closing in on the rugby championship. title off the 4th when in as many matches, that it is one coming against argentina in brisbin. they called 5 tries and a 36 seen at various point victory, which had added new because of the blacks, as it means that it will take found africa and return to the top of the world rankings. for the 1st time in, he is easy to play well champion south african. next they lost all straight for the 2nd week in a row. with that coach, describe it as i was since 2018 illustrating faces queens and it's hosting the final rounds of matches, which is a private 19 travel restriction. and there will be running for try and make a test against the thing, but some 10 years as they want to see, 17 americans printed treyvon from l may have failed to make the 100 me to find the
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take your lympics. but he's put that disappointment behind him to run the foss. this time of the year. at a race meeting in kenya, he beat his own personal best study set in june when the 100 meters in 9.76 2nd, which is the sick, fastest time ever have that distance ferdinand on y'all. it was 2nd in front of his home grout. with justin gatlin and in may say g p. it's back to back propositions you kathy's from jessica buckner, the italian stephanie reco around time. so in summary day to finish ahead of his teammate, jacked. we're going for consecutive race winds after victory last week. championship be the fabric was robert who crashed on his final qualifying lap. stop from that. and that is all your sports from me for now. i'll be back with more a little bit later. thank you very much jemma. you can find out much more on our website. the address is the al jazeera dot com or from us here in the al
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