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. maritime border, or chillies, declaring a state of emergency of the indigenous map, poochie seizing control of ancestral lands and tens of thousands of bolivians rally in support of the president a day after anti government protest. ah, and the european union has pledged $1000000000.00 to afghanistan as leaders of g. 20 countries meant to discuss the deepening crisis, their delegations from the u. k. and you also met representatives of the taliban in cutter. the money will be given to international aid groups, not the taliban government to help prevent a major military and socio economic collapse. and he's 95 percent of households in afghanistan. currently don't have enough food to eat according to the world food program. and at least 2000000 children malnourished because of acute food shortages
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. 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 takeover in august, international aid accounted for 75 percent of state spending. stephanie decker reports from cul thousands of kilometers away from afghanistan, the political negotiations go on. following their talk to the americans, the taliban delegation met european representatives in katara 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. oh, the variety of bruce humanitarian emergency that is unfolding is very serious illness. many people in representatives of international organizations and the united nations. i've talked of humanitarian catastrophe, oklahoma, and they have noticed that with the onset of winter, so the situation will get worse. in cobble,
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hardly any one has any money as well to get one of the salami. i want to think 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, used to pay us our salaries 1st. because the people leaving poverty, unpaid salaries, no jobs, a country that has a severe cash flow problem, huge 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. there's good from a hot that it by one. if i saw a threat to have gone us on, it will also be a threat to the neighboring countries. talbot have promised the world that it will not let the terrorist groups use of 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. but iceland, afghan, astonished 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 have been withheld abroad. not having a devastating impact on the people here. stephanie decker, al jazeera, cobble, a prominent afghan civil activist has been shot dead by an unknown gunman. abdur rahman merlin was killed in the city of geral about in manga province. his attackers believed to fight at him from the ritual before fleeing the area. talk.
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it killings have been on the rise in the east of the country, sparking concerns a while. he was walking toward his car, the attacker opened far on him from a ritual and killed him. it happened in an area where taliban police are only a 100 meters away. we are confused now because the previous regime was blown with the taliban, but killing those people, although he was killing them now. hello, louis. kenya says it does not recognize an international court of justice ruling largely in favor of somalia, in a long running dispute over their maritime border at stay. his control over 100000 square kilometer stretch of the indian ocean with prospects of vast oil and gas deposits. kenya says it's maritime borders should be drawn in a straight line east parallel to the line of latitude. but samaya says it should be expanded further south as an extension of its land border. the new boundary drawn by the court was closest to this line. kenya's president says he rejects the decision in totality. malcolm web has more on the reaction from nairobi. the court
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has ruled largely in favor of some earlier in the area of ocean in question. according to the court's ruling, mostly goes to somalia, but a slither of it does go to kenya. merrier cedars 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 border. disputes 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, but the court said that kenya con, retroactively pull out of the court jurisdiction which it had signed up to in the 1960. so kenya's legal obligation hold the ruling still stands. question is, what are each of these countries going to do next? the malia has now a strong position with this court really ruling to seek
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a diplomatic support from the united nations from the security council can years position is weaker, but it certainly depends on what 2 countries choose to do and what their allies choose to do. and certainly important to remember that there are international oil companies and foreign governments that have behind each of the countries respective interests in extracting the wealth from the natural resources beneath the seat. ah, chinese government has declared a state of emergency following large protests. it covers the era kani, a region where armed members from chinese indigenous map, which a group have taken control of forests from logging. companies have been protests in recent weeks from a capital santiago, aperture, people are demanding self determination and the preservation of ancestral lands nationally owned by logging firms or latin america, tennessee. newman has moved from santiago doing it because of what the president
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calls a grave altercation of public order in the albany, a region. this means ongoing violence, deaths of 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 a tremendous pressure to declare either a state of emergency or even a state of scenes, which would be the next step up that would allow him to spend all monumental guarantees you started by the end of emergency. what it means is that the army could now go in and a company lead,
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militarized police were already there. and when you see them, you really can't see much of a difference between a militarized police another soldier. but apparently there is quite a difference, especially in their training. the army will be able to provide logistical support to 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, tens of thousands of pro government demonstrates as have been rallying across major cities in bolivia. so father rallied in the past kosher bomba and santa cruz. it follows days of anti government purchase across bolivia against a proposed law. they say is a step towards a penny state. legislation being considered would allow the authorities to investigate the assets of any citizen without a court order. the government says it's essential to tackle elicit earnings and
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help the economy. swanner joins us lives that from when, as our is also bolivian government hoping to achieve with these nationwide raney's or lauren, the or government is very keen to push this lot. you mentioned that through president luis odyssey has been flying for those 3 cities, or got obama sent the grooves and la bars talking to tens of thousands of his supporters. in each of those cities radiates. a show of strength are asking the people to support his mandate. he came to office a little under a year ago with 55 percent of the vote. he says he has the mandate to govern his questioning the intentions of the opposition. he says some of the people behind the opposition movement at the very people who initiated a crew, or he called a cou in 2019, which removed from office his predecessor, our president, abel. might alice, as he is questioning that, so ready as her to stabilize democracy, he says, or to, to bolster his mandate,
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to push this law through something like 80 percent of bolivian workers work in the informal economy. many of them, or most of them don't pay taxes. so he's very keen, the president to fight to make sure bring these people into the economy. to bolster of bolivia is waning. economy suffered greatly during the pandemic. so really the battle lines have now been drawn the opposition to have been out government or forces out today. and really just to show a which has the biggest, the greatest number of people out on the street. because often in bolivia, few people have a faith in some of the institutions. a lot of the politics is conducted in the street in this way. and, and you mentioned the anti government purchase. so on monday, how much impact do they have? where they managed to block according to the please, something like a 150 streets during the course of the day. there were some clashes with please
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that they try to clear the way for workers or to get to their places of work or what the opposition has said. if the government doesn't allow this law, this elicit earnings law within the next 3 days. they're going to hold another national strike a 48 hour one. this time there will be blocking roads causing disruption. the government said that the strikes on monday were a failure. the opposition objected to that. they said that it was a success, and they will be out there taking their fight at the streets. if the government doesn't do their bidding and the know this law, they say that it's intrusive that it will give the authorities powers they haven't previously had to investigate their affairs. and they see this is the 1st step towards a police state, a totalitarian state. the government disputes that the say the battle lines have been drawn. i think we are likely to see a great deal of conflict between the 2 sides or in the coming weeks and months then
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you'll shine that. thank you very much indeed. still to come this half hour flooding in china's chancey province destroys infrastructure and drives thousands of people from their homes and we speak to business owners caught up in the in you and you case dispute as an online hello. great to see you. here is an update on tropical storm compa sue as its rolling over hi nan province on wednesday. you know, we just saw lion rock over this same area, producing flood waters of about a meter and a meter and a half deep on the island there. it's also dousing hong kong with some heavy rain and also for vietnam as well, even though the landfall in vietnam won't come until we get toward thursday, north of da nang and south of hanoi. that's on thursday. let's go back to wednesday
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and we do have bursts of rain for east coast of china also toward the south. and remember, we are talking about compet suit, drenching hong kong. well, you'll look for about 60 millimeters of rain and gus here of 85 kilometers. now for japan are frontal system, it's slumping further toward the south. so temperatures have fallen off in cargo shima every day. up until now for the month of october, you been at 30 degrees, but that changes whether maker citing across the bite in australia. watch what it does to adelaide. we're going to see those winds wind up to about. okay, 55 kilometers per hour. you zealand winds, also a story here. were seen some driving rain for the capitol region. so wellington went, watch him play. i've got potentially as high as 88 kilometers per hour. and now you're up to date. we'll see again soon. ah, inequality corruption,
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repression and dream i just decided to cut the piece. and you documentary was the desperate state of democracy in lebanon. me through the eyes of those who are losing home every day. i'm going to democracy, maybe democracy for sale on al jazeera lou . ah, or one of the top stories are allowed to 0. you has 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 groups
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take over worsening the country 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 treaties. government as dakota state of emergency arak, amir region where armed members of the indigenous map, poochie people have taken control of forests, logging companies. tropical storm compasses has triggered floods and landslides, in the northern philippines, killing at least 11 people. women, 1600 people have been evacuated from homes and towns in the north of the country. 7 people are still missing. a storm swept through the country's most populous island, lose on, on monday. and it intensified as it approach the island of palo one. severe flooding in china has killed at least 15 people. thousands of buildings have been damaged and 120000 people evacuated in shall see province. rob mcbride reports
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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 hectares of farm land have been inundated, 19000 homes, destroyed, 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,
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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, 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, international monetary fun says the economy is that the world's poor nations will
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recover slowly unless vaccines are distributed more fairly. its cut its global growth forecast from 6 percent to 5.9 this year. warning, lower income nations will continue to suffer. the u. k. government presided over one of the countries worst ever public health failures. as the panoramic took hold, costing thousands of lives. as according to a report by 2 parliamentary committees, which are criticised from mister barish, johnson's government and its key scientific advisers, john hall reports from london. and peace 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, i must give the british people a very simple instruction. you must stay at home. forrest johnson's delay in
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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. we took too long to make that decision. i think everyone recognizes that. now we should have been out avoid a locked on 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. 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 lead, turning it into a situation of permanent crisis when mass testing was halted in march. by the time
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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 kobe 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 2 simple words of, i'm sorry, so the decision to not do that, i think, sense a different, an unfortunate message, quite loudly,
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the national coven 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 2022 journal whole al jazeera london as 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 their relationship should work. now the u. k is hoping to have 2 to 3 weeks of intensive talks with the block over a key issue and or concerns northern ireland. the only area where britain and the union physically meet with a 500 kilometer border. there was a fear that a return to security and customers 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 border post on land at the northern ireland protocol instead created a customs divide in the irish c and inside the u. k. something that proved
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politically toxic. people though favor the region favor the region, remaining part of the u. k. feel they're being set apart from the rest of the country and fear it could boost those who wanted to join ireland. unlike the rest of the u. k, northern ireland must follow in you. rules on standards with the european court of justice, overseeing disputes under simmons, travel to belfast and northern ireland to see what effect aroused having as the u. k is breakfast minister prepared to speak in portugal, karen sloane was taking a delivery from the irish republic. it's his main supply line now and without it. his delicatessen in northern ireland will be out of business. his main suppliers used to be in the u. k, but the trade board, we're in the irish. c means he can't rely on them anymore. 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
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government is now behaving leaves karen and business people all over northern ireland in doubt. how much was the 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. if crisis here, no, i was thinking about has bracket them, you know, protocol and this is all you hear. and um, you know, an old and your to so as a something new. another thing to worry about, you know, i will cut damm, harness business like, you know, for the keep are gone. your left hand. he can, i agree with the politicians because the need to coordinate the need to do something about us any, the smooth hazard ground, but there's nothing smooth in what the you case breaks it minister hassle to say it was he wants to rewrite the northern ireland protocol the device used to avoid a hard border on the island of ireland and we now face a very serious situation. the protocol is not working, is completely lost consent in one community. nope. knowledge now proposal looks more like a normal treaty in ways governs with international arbitration. instead of
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a 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 seem 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 ahead. this at a time when it would appear, the majority of people in northern ireland want an end to their standoff. tess about the sea border had been led by union. this who so that been cut off from the u. k. before becoming prime minister, barak johnson 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 units politicians
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welcomed 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 partitions. wanted for questioning, filed a complaint against the judge. former finance minister eli hassle helene complained after an arrest warrant was issued for him. he is close to his bala, as is that former public works mr. garcia. zeta is also wanting for questioning. judge derek b t r has faced repeated obstacles as he tries to talk to some lebanon's most powerful figures about what they knew about the poorly stored chemical stockpile, which exploded, killing more than 200 people. any results from sunday's election in iraq show a coalition lead by a shia cleric tundra center 173 out of 329 seats. but some political parties have rejected the results. what would happen?
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why had reports from nasiriyah, an opposition stronghold in the south of the country? for the 1st time in 20 years, the people over now 3 will have a voice in iraq's parliament. i la re can be is one of 4 candidates elected to represent the anti government movement known as to screen or october. that's a reference to the nationwide mass protest that began in october 2019 allah and the 4 others are among line 10 candidates elected to represent the southern the card province any to capitol. now city article, we met him before the election when he told us about his resolve to fight corruption. early results from sundays, parliamentary votes suggest his party has won the 2nd most seats in nasiriyah, after popular shia cleric mac that said that his coalition with his other skin white of associate with the and i referred with dawson marshall. so we're going to
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join forces with independent candidates in the province is to form a considerable block in holland's accountability in combating corruption or on top of our agenda, him or so whole laws related to human rights. freedom of human dignity must be verified, are widening nothin of tamela fog like other cities in southern iraq. nestle is suffering from neglect. that's mostly felt in the health sector. in july, several people were killed in a fire that broke out at a government hospital. frustration is widespread among its people, especially younger generations who haven't had many job opportunities or access to services. nathan with lassie had i sent it in to have knocked him of those whom booted po. since 2003 have done nothing for us. they only serve their own inches, so i and my family voted for the position. city monies are people here in us re,
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i say, the finally manage it to punish the dominant political parties by voting for their opponents. previous election results have led to anger and protested in this city. but now many people here say they're happy with the outcome of sunday's vote and see it as a lesson for iraq's political establishment. but so mister liddy jack the electoral process and both coated the election, they believe iraq's entire political system needs to change. and i'll come up love shabby. how can we participate in an election sip by a political system? we want to remove charlotte. what can 9 position seats do among hundreds of other politicized members? out by the turn out for sunday's vote was 41 percent. the lowest of the 5 elections, the country has held. since the 2003 u. s. led invasion. many blame this on the largest scale boycotting campaign. among
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other reasons, the election itself had to be moved up after demands from the train movement in missouri. yeah. it was originally scheduled for next year. but now the movement is the split between the boy cutters and those who want to engage in the political process. hold up were who else? 0 in mostly a city, southern iraq. ah, top stories on out 0. the e u 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. the u. n says $600000000.00 is needed to sustain basic humanitarian operations for the next few months before the
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taliban takeover in august, international aid accounted for 75 percent of state spending, but most has dried up. stephanie decker is in cobble.


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