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this is free, why just the law deemed unconstitutional by the supreme court. still keep people behind boss in the state of louisiana being incarcerated. there's just another form of labor. the jim crow convictions on al jazeera. we understand the differences and similarities of culture across the world. so no matter where you call home will, but you can use in current affairs that matter to you. a that you pledges a $1000000000.00 of emergency a draft. galveston despite refusing to recognize the taliban government. ah, i'm learned aliases out as they are alive from london. also coming up for you and top court rules at largely in somalia as favor. it's long running dispute with kenya over there. maritime border. why chile is declaring
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a state of emergency over the indigenous mccook j c's in control of their ancestral lands. and a scathing report says britain's failure to lockdown early in the pandemic was one of the country's worst of public health blunders costing thousands of lives. hello, the european union has pledged $1000000000.00 to afghanistan as leaders of g 20 countries met to discuss the deepening crisis, their delegations from the u. k. and e. you've also met representatives of the taliban in cutter. the money will be given to international aid groups, not to the taliban government, to help prevent a major humanitarian and socio economic collapse. at least 95 percent of households in afghanistan currently don't have enough food to eat as going into the world food program. and at least 2000000 children are malnourished because of acute food
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shortages. meanwhile, 90 percent of afghanistan's health facilities are closed because of the lack of international aid. the u. n says $600000000.00 is needed to sustain basic humanitarian operations for the next few months before the taliban take her in august, international aid accounted for 75 percent of state spending. stephanie decker reports from couple thousands of kilometers away from afghanistan. the political negotiations go on. following their talk to the americans and taliban delegation met european representatives in cat, r as capital doha. afghanistan on the agenda to at this virtual g. 20 meeting, led by italy. prime minister matthew draggy, warned of a humanitarian disaster. the body of bruce humana charing emergency that is unfolding is very serious. many people in representative of international organization, psi and the united nations. i've talked of humanitarian catastrophe, algoma, and they have noticed that with the onset of winter,
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with the situation will get worse in cobble. hardly any one has any money as well to get one of the salami of all the things. the arrival of these la mc emirates, i believe that all our colleagues have been unemployed. meanwhile, our salaries have not been paid by the government. therefore, my request to the government of these law mc emerett of afghanistan, he stood by yes, our seller is 1st because of people leaving poverty. unpaid salaries, no jobs, a country that has a severe cash flow problem. she g dependent on billions of dollars of international aid that is now being withheld. and there's a growing security problem too. with iceland, afghanistan increasing its attacks. we met the man in charge of cobble security. he says the taliban is more than capable of handling the iso threat. dice good from a hot that it by one. if i still is a threat to have gone to sean, it will also be a threat to the neighboring countries. talbot have promised the world that it will not let the terrorist groups use have gunnison as a base for launching attacks. as i can see in the past when he days taliban damaged
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iso capabilities with our security operations against them for the wasn't. but i so left gun astonish, managed to carry out deadly attacks, including here in cobble venting arm groups like it from gaining ground here and using it to attack other countries. was one of the top points of last year's doha agreement between the u. s. and the taliban, despite engaging and dialogue with the taliban international community, has made it very clear that this does not mean an official recognition of the taliban. as afghanistan's government, that's dependent on things like an all inclusive government and protecting the rights of women. and as that back and forth continues, billions of much needed dollars are being withheld abroad, not having a devastating impact on the people here. daphne decor al jazeera cobble. a prominent african civil activist has been shot dead by an unknown gunman. abdur rahman lauren was killed in the city of gel about in manga province, is attackers believe to have fired at him from a ritual before fleeing the area. target killings have been on the rise in east of
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the country, sparking concerns. oh village club. while he was walking toward whose coffee attacker opened far on him from a ritual and killed it happens in an area where telegraph police are only a 100 meters away. we are confused now because the previous regime was globally taliban, particularly los, but you do not know who is killing them now. hello, louis. kenya says it will not recognize an international court of justice routing largely in favor of somalia, in a long running dispute over their maritime border at stake. his control of a 100000 square kilometer stretch of the indian ocean with prospects of vast oil and gas deposits. kenya says its maritime borders should be drawn in a straight line east. parallel to the line of latitude at somalia, as it should be extended, expanded farther south as an extension of its land border. the new boundary drawn
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by the court was closest to this line. welcom web has more from narrow b. the court has ruled largely in favor of the malia in the area of ocean in question. according to the court ruling mostly goes to somalia, but a leader of it does go to kenya scenarios. see, this widely believed to be rich in oil and gas deposits, and kenya had actually given concessions to international oil companies to start exploring this area. that's what triggered this maritime, bought a dispute in the 1st place, kenya had already rejected the jurisdiction of the court before the ruling. it said it wasn't going to accept it. that the court said that kenya, con, retroactively pull out of the court jurisdiction which had signed up to in the 1960 . they can use legal obligation to uphold the ruling. still stands. question is, what are each of these countries going to do next?
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the malia has now a strong position with this court really ruling to seek diplomatic support from the united nations from the security council. can you position is weaker? but it's certainly depend what 2 countries choose to do that allies choose to do. and certainly important to remember that there are international oil companies and foreign government for the behind. each of the countries respected interest in extracting the wealth from the natural resources beneath the sea. chinese government is declared a state of emergency following large protests. it covers the rock county region where armed members of chillies indigenous and future group have taken control of forests from logging companies having purchased in recent weeks in the capital, santiago, my future people are demanding that self determination and the preservation of ancestral lands, largely owned by logging firms is good. i'm not to not know america edge to lucia newman in santiago. so why is the government declaring
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a state of emergency and what does it mean in practical terms? while they're doing it because of what the president calls a grave altercation of public order in the albany, a region, this means ongoing violence, deaths, and destruction of farming equipment burning down of houses earlier today. there was another church was burned down there been continuous attacks by militant map indigenous, my poacher groups who say they are fighting for the restoration of their ancestral land. a lot of this land has been occupied by my poaching communities. and so there have been more than just skirmishes. it's been really mounting and mounting and many would say that the chilean state has actually lost control of much of that region. the president has been under tremendous pressure to declare either a state of emergency or even a state of siege, which would be the next step up that would allow him to suspend all constitutional guarantees. you started by the state of emergency. what it means is that the army
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can now go in and a company, the militarized police who are already there. and when you see them, you really can't see much of a difference between a militarized policeman and a soldier. but apparently there is quite a difference, especially in their training. the army will be able to provide logistical support or telecommunications and patrol alongside the police would not be able to do it on their own. so that means we're going to have the army and the really tries police hatch side by side going into that region to try to bring it back under control as the government would say. and you see that chilion state has long been accused of discrimination against the match. my future people are does more at why they've been marginalized. was the chilean state than the chile and people you could say have been marginalizing historically the approaches. it's something that gods dates back 500 years,
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but certainly since the late 19 eighties. i'm not a 1980, sorry. the late 18 hundreds with italian state decided to take over the land from the b o. b, a river that the central part of chile, which had been given to them, approaches by the spanish colonial power and take it over, bring in chile, in chileans, from the northern part of the country and also europeans to take over that land them approaches have been relegated at the bottom of the social and economic ladder of this country, and yes, they have been discriminated slowly, but surely they've been insisting that they want some of their land back, but they want a better deal. they haven't been recognized for that. and that may be, would argue, is the reason why some younger map would 2 groups have now decided to take up arms to get what they want of through violent means. senior, when they pretty much be another 973 russians were recorded as dying from corona virus on tuesday. yet another record for a single day. despite that,
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the government is still refusing to consider a nationwide locked down more than $28000.00 new cases. we're also recorded another record in a spike of cases that began last month. the governments, as the slow progress of vaccinations is to blame. the kremlin has delegated much of the responsibility to local governments which are increasing repent recommendations to wear masks. the u. k. government presided over one of the countries worst ever. public health failures, as a pandemic took hold, costing thousands of lives. according to a report by 2 parliamentary committees, which has criticized prime minister boris johnson's government and its key scientific advisers, john hall reports from london, m. p 's from across the political spectrum have delivered a damning verdict on the government's handling of the coven 19 pandemic. in the words of a parliamentary report, it was one of the worst public health failures in u. k. history. it left vulnerable groups exposed and led to one of the worst outcomes among developed world economies. from this evening,
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i must give the british people a very simple instruction. you must stay at home. forrest johnson's delay in ordering the 1st lockdown in march 2020. the report says, cost many lives, it was part of a deliberate policy based on scientific advice aimed at achieving heard immunity, something the government is always denied, and a so called group think among ministers and government scientists. the report says, lead to a failure to learn lessons from what other countries were doing better to long to make that decision. i think everyone recognizes that. now we should have been out avoid a locked and altogether, if we'd follow the muddle taken in taiwan or south korea, ah, whither much expanded test and trace program? right from the outset? or we could have avoided locking down in that 1st year as those countries did so that that is a big lesson. despite being one of the 1st countries to develop a test for covey. 19 in january 2020. the report says the u. k. squandered that
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lead, turning it into a situation of permanent crisis when mass testing was halted in march. by the time a test trace and isolate system did come along in the summer, it was say and peace, slow, uncertain, often chaotic. there are moments of praise for the vaccine rollout and the development of life saving treatments, both involving scientists from oxford university. but that does not exonerate the government or it's advisors for a litany of criticism set out in what is an almost universally scathing report lobby akin. ola lost his dad phemie to cobit 19 in april last year. he wants an apology. this moment here isn't about politics. navarre, saving faith, it's about understanding the pain that people are going through and doing what we can to ameliorate that and, and prevent it from happening again. i think you can convey all of that in to simple words of, i'm sorry, so the decision to not do that, i think, sense
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a different, i know fortunate messrs quite loudly. the national cove at memorial wall. opposite parliament bears vivid testimony to the pandemic. and parliament has now lay bare the extent of government responsibility for those losses. a public inquiry is due in 2020, to jonah how al jazeera london international monetary fund says the economies of the world's poor nations will recover slowly and as vaccines and will fairly distributed. it's cut its global growth forecast from 6 percent to $5.00. this year, a warning lower income nations will continue to suffer through so sounding the alarm about rising prices worldwide, edging central banks to be ready to act quickly against inflation. the global recovery continues. but the moment as we can hobbled by the pandemic. a field by the highly permissible delta variant. the outlet for low income developing
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countries had taken a turn for the worse due to worsening pandemic dynamics. so while we've seen a rebound in demand, i supply hasn't been able to rebound as fast. and a combination has led to in high levels of inflation. we think that in commodity prices for realtor thing that and supply chain breakdowns still to come this off as we speak to business owners caught up in the e u and u k. a dispute in the northern ireland plus mexico uses race day to celebrate its mix of european and indigenous heritage. native people try to put an end to inequality. ah hello, good to be with you. i want to put this on your radar. we've got another, whether maker for mean for southern parts of italy will start to see it taken some
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shape here and doubt seen some areas with heavy rain. so that's something we're going to keep tabs on, especially because his area has been hit hard. as of late through the balkans, we just have a scattering of some showers. not those torrential downpours that we had seen. same goes for turkey, most parts of turkey anyway, along the black sea region could get hit with some pretty heavy burst of rain. now some of the best weather in europe can be found to port iberia. look at some of these temperatures. we've got madrid at 25. okay. there's been, you've come down a bit, but still $26.00 degrees. here's a 3 day for madrid. you should be 90 degrees. we got you in at $25.00 and full on sunshine, northwestern europe. a wind out of the north is dry, the temperature is down also rate down to paris and we do have some what weather in the mix is wall up. but for london, it's going to be an overcast day. i think the next time you'll see the appearance of it sun back in on friday, but at least it's been dry. that's the positive there. okay. as we look toward
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africa, we do have our storms fallen across western areas, but more coastal sections and a burst of rain for the southwest of molly. ah . the camera of bollywood in an unlikely place. morrow cool. you know, with my mother very, she was very impressed with there's a lot of love and affection and respect with american people. a world away from mom by a nation, has taken indian cinema too. it's hot out is the real world reveals the color and passion of morocco's hollywood. dream. lou
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ah, login reminder. the top stories are 0. you is pledged a $1000000000.00 to afghanistan, but the money will be given to international aid groups. not the taliban government . international funds have been frozen since the route to take over worsening the country's humanitarian crisis. international court of justice has ruled largely in favor of somalia in a long running maritime border dispute with its neighbour, kenya. at stake is control of potentially vast oil and gas deposits. and chinese government has declared a state of emergency in the era career region where armed members of the indigenous my put people have taken control of forests from logging companies. tropical storm compared to has triggered floods and land slides in the northern philippines, killing at least 11 people or the 1600 people have been evacuated from homes and
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towns in the north of the country. 7 people are still missing. a storm swept through the country's most populous island, loosen on monday and intensified as it approached the island of palo. one. severe flooding in china has killed at least 15 people. thousands of buildings have been damaged and a 120000 people evacuated in. shall she province mcbride report with unrelenting rain since the start of october, shang sea is said to be experiencing the worst autumn flooding in history, resulting in the destruction of dams, rail lines and highways. there have been multiple landslides and the fan, her river, a tributary of the yellow river, has recorded its most powerful flood peak in 57 years. emergency teams helped by heavy equipment, have been racing to shore up defenses to prevent more flooding. but already thousands of hacked hairs of farm land have been inundated, 19000 homes, destroyed,
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and 820000 people evacuated, considered the birthplace of chinese civilization. shang see as rich in culturally important sites and relics with many now said to be at risk. shank, c is also an important cold producing province and there have been fears these storms could worse in china's shortage of coal, which has resulted in power outages across the country. around 10 percent of mines in shang c, suspended operations for a time, although most were pushed to reopen to help coal supplies. but this seems to be another example of the increasing frequency and ferocity of extreme weather events to hit china. these floods come less than 3 months after reins and flooding in neighboring hern and province killed more than $300.00 people. again, rainfall records were broken across the province with the provincial capital,
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experiencing $200.00 millimeters of rain in a single hour. back in shang see province, millions of dollars and much needed relief supplies have been provided for people affected by these floods. rob mcbride, al jazeera hong kong chinese property giant ever grant has failed to pay a $148000000.00 of debt due on tuesday. in a 3rd round of mist payments, unless worn, it could be formally declared in default as soon as monday was liabilities of about $305000000000.00 a sphere. this could be the start of a crisis across the industry with other chinese property developers facing payment deadlines in the coming months. is more than a year and a half since the u. k. left the european union. but this week, both sides are on a collision course over how the relationship should work. now the u. k is hoping to have 2 to 3 weeks of intensive talks with a block over a key issue. it concerns northern ireland,
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the only area where britain and the union physically meet with a 500 kilometer border. and there was a fear that to return to security in customs checks could lead to violence and scenes like the state of near civil war, known as the troubles which ended with a peace deal in 1998. so to avoid physical board posts on land, the northern ireland protocol instead created a customs divide in the irish c and inside the u. k. something that proved politically toxic equal there who favor the region remaining part of the u. k. feel they're being set apart from the rest of the country and fear it would boost those who want to join island. unlike the rest of the u. k, northern ireland must follow e. you rules on standards with a european court of justice overseeing dispute. under simmons travel to belfast in northern ireland to see what effect aroused having as the u. k is bricks, it minister prepared to speak in portugal. kieran sloane was taking a delivery from the irish republic. it's his main supply line now and without it.
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his delicatessen. in northern ireland will be out of business. his main suppliers used to be in the u. k, but the trade board were in the irish. c means he can't rely on them any more. karen had been hoping the you was about to smooth things out with concessions over regulations on food exported from the u. k. and streamlined custom checks, but the way the british government is now behaving leaves karen and business people all over northern ireland in doubt. how much with lack of it her until now he along with many others, never realize the role of the european court of justice was an issue in the post bricks of crisis here. no, i was thinking about has brackson them, you know, protocol and this is all you hear and um, you know, and all and your to so as a something new. another thing to worry about, you know, i walk damm, harness business la, you know, for the keep are gone. you're left hanging because i agree with the politicians because the need to coordinate the need to do something to bite us any. the smooth
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hazard ground. but there's nothing smooth in what the you case breaks it minister has to say it was he wants to rewrite the know the lot on protocol. the device used to avoid a hard border on the island of ireland. and we now face is very serious situation. the protocol is not working, is completely lost consent in one community. nope. not now. proposal looks more like a normal treaty in ways governs with international arbitration. instead of the system of the law ultimately policed in the courts of one of the parties. the european court justice, there's puzzlement in belfast on why the u. k. is taking such a hard line when there seemed to be more hope of a compromise from brussels. and so is this last minute posturing on the part of the u. k. government, if it isn't, then there's a serious escalation to this crisis. i had this at a time when it would appear. the majority of people in northern ireland wanted end to their standoff. protests about the c border had been led by unionists who say that had been cut off from the u. k. before becoming prime minister boris johnson
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had told a democratic unionist party 3 years ago that he didn't want to see the northern ireland left in the lurch by a borderless sea. no british conservative government could or should sign up to any such arrangement. that assurance fell by the wayside. the people of northern ireland could be forgiven for feeling betrayed. and while the eunice politicians welcome lahardo line from the british government, there is a feeling of unease for many people living here. andrew simmons al jazeera belfast investigation into the bay root port explosion has been suspended again after 2 politicians wanted for questioning, filed a complaint against the judge, former finance minister and he has on helene complained after an arrest warrant was issued for him. he's close to his bola as is it former public works mister garcia, zeta who's also wanted for questioning. judge tarik b t r has faced repeated obstacles as he tries to talk to some of lebanon's most
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powerful figures that what they knew about the poorly stored chemical stockpile which exploded, killing more than 200 people. 15 people who were kidnapped in ne in nigeria several months ago have managed to escape. officials that say the 6 women and 9 children had to walk for 6 days until they reached safety. they were abducted from villages in bore no state. they escaped from an area known to be a strong hold of isolate groups. tuesday is race, say in mexico, holiday, originally commemoration to rival and the explorer, christopher columbus. that now serves to recognize the nations mixed indigenous and european heritage on her apollo has more from mexico city. the arrival of the other lateral assa, or race day in mexico, comes just weeks after the country marked 200 years of independence from spain as that and as in other latin american countries. such celebrations are prompting renewed debate over the complicated legacy of european colonization,
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as well as the topic of inequality in a region with stark, ethnic and social divisions. yet nobody manual means delay death from the start. the idea was for mexico to be a homogeneous country with a single identity. there was a period where the country tried to unify the population under a single language, a single culture, single type of gastronomy, and those politics to how much. and i still exist to day, i'm permeates into public policy. and yet in recent years, protesters have targeted in vandalized symbols of colonization, like a statue of explore christopher columbus that once stood in downtown mexico city. as mexico marks the anniversary of the arrival of columbus to the new world act of the say that some 70 percent of indigenous mexicans live below the poverty line. adding that social inequality is the real legacy of the spanish conquest. there are earnest efforts underway in mexico to lift up indigenous heritage mystic a cow is
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a restaurant in one of mexico cities, most exclusive neighborhood. and the staff here specialize in indigenous cuisine. the restaurant owner matter though, new york got about you says bringing visibility to pre hispanic recipes is a way to lift up the voices and languages of indigenous communities in the 2nd have been seen. i've always said language is an extension of taste. wasn't familiar to on mexico has 68 indigenous languages. total, c, 68 cultures. you had $68.00 recedes, so at a $68.00 possibility or those flowers to mix and improve the human palate system. we are 68 living communities on the dance to a universal rhythm and out at the same time breaking through the efforts to make us imbecile opium for. and i think we're living through a very important moment that she impossible, although, ah, mexico's president under this manuel lopez over to thought often speaks about the rights of indigenous communities and has even requested that spain apologize for the conquest. the president has also been a proponent of large public celebrations that more openly embraced the country's cultural diversity. he will not let me know when the amount of long live the
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universal fraternity, long live, the love for one's neighbors. long live the cultures of pre hispanic mexico, yellow any wall, many in mexico view, changing public discourse towards native communities as progress. indigenous rights act of his say that speeches and public spectacles alone are not enough to correct 5 centuries of discrimination, racism, and neglect. men will wrap. hello al. jazeera mexico city. well then $700.00 people have been ordered to abandon their homes on the spanish island of la paloma as lava advances towards them. a con vivia have volcano has destroyed almost $1200.00 buildings since it began erupting nearly a month ago. on monday emergency services ordered around 3000 locals to stay in doors to avoid toxic fumes created when this lava hit a cement plant. be to settle, we're guessing things out of my aunt's house before this demon arrives here,
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because the path that flows is expected to lead here, we're at least taking what we can because you can't rise against nature and when with good news for one elk in the us, for 2 years, it's been roaming the hills of colorado, with a tire stuck around its neck to 3 failed temps. this week wildlife officers managed to tranquilize the animal and cut off its antlers to remove the cumbersome neck. where rangers 1st noticed it 2 years ago, but the elk was hard to track because it disappeared for long periods in winter. ah, top stories are al serra you has pledged a $1000000000.00 to afghanistan. the money will be given to international aid groups. not the taliban government to help prevent a major humanitarian and socio economic collapse. un says $600000000.00 is needed to sustain basic humana.


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