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i just decided to cut the piece of cake. i'm sure it, and you documentary explored the desperate state of democracy in lebanon. oh, no. through the eyes of those who are losing hope every day. oh, teams are becoming blue. democracy maybe democracy for sale on al jazeera. ah, the european union says it'll give a $1000000000.00 to a group of gamma stand to contain the humanitarian crisis. ah, i'm sam is a dan. this is al jazeera alive from dall hall. so coming up to southern china on a lud as typhoon compressor approaches with heavy rain and damaging wind
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ah, chill, i declare the state of emergency after indigenous peoples seized control of their ancestral lands. public health failure which costs thousands of lives. the government reports criticizes the handling of britons current virus pandemic. ah, b e says it's going to give a $1000000000.00 to afghanistan as leaders of the world's largest economies of been meeting online delegations from the g 20, including the u. s. the u. k. and european union are gathering in concert for talks with representatives of afghan sustan's care take a government. the taliban is on a diplomatic push for international support and recognition. stephanie decker reports from cobble thousands of kilometers away from afghanistan,
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the political negotiations go on. following their talk to the americans and taliban delegation met european representatives in cutters, capital doha, afghanistan on the agenda to at this virtual g. 20 meeting, led by italy. prime minister mario draggy, warned of a humanitarian disaster. valuables humanitarian emergency that is unfolding is very serious. many people in representatives of international organizations, i and the united nations, i've talked of humanitarian catastrophe, algoma. and they have noticed that with the onset of winter with the situation will get worse and in cobble. hardly any one has any money as walter can one of the salami of on the scene, the arrival of these la mc emirates, i believe that all our colleagues have been employed. 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 salaries 1st, because the people leaving poverty,
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unpaid salaries, no jobs, a country that has a severe cash flow problem. hugely 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 100 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 iso capabilities with our security operations against him for the wasn't but ice left gun astonish, managed to carry out deadly attacks, including here and 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,
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the international community has made it very clear that this does not mean an official recognition of the taliban. as afghanistan's government, that is 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 kabul cutter was invited to the g 20 virtual summit because of its mediation efforts. a may a shake, tammy, and been hammered. al fanny appealed to leaders and the taliban to honor commitments made at the door, talks to fall, had him howard ayesha, the dealing tutor agreements of dialogue between us gone partners themselves. in addition to the withdrawal of the coalition forces from the african territories, the hope was that they will be peace and no other tibbetts that pose a threat to other countries would take place from connie territory. it is upon of grandson's k take the government to implement that. the international community has
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a responsibility towards afghanistan that includes international and humanitarian aid to i've got his daunting experience has shown that isolation leads to polarization and sha position. we know that cooperation and dialogue could lead to moderation and resolution of conflict. a prominent afghan civil activist has been shot dead by an unknown gunman under a man now and was killed in the city of gyla by the nuns har province. his attacker is believed to have 5 of him from a rick show before fleeing the area. targeted killings have been on the rise in the east of the country, sparking concern while he was walking towards his car. the attack opened far around him from the ritual and killed him. it happened in an area where taliban police are only a 100 meters away. we're confused now because the previous regime was blaming the television for killing those people whose killing them. now. schools throughout hong kong of been suspended is heavy, rain and wind from typhoon compass to hit the financial hub. authorities of
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canceled morning trade on the city stock market ports in china, southern most province of high 9 have been closed as a precaution ahead of the arrival of the soul. 9 people died in flash floods and land slides when the typhoon hit the philippines on monday. but mcbride is in hong kong with more. the storm is about as close as it is going to get to hong kong. so for these few hours, we are seeing the worst of its effects here. it, but it remains way south of us out in the south china sea is it tracks west woods. so we, having very little in the way of damaging winds that you normally associate with that big typhoon system. what we all getting is, of course, a lot of rain. we are on the outer edge of its rain bands as it, as it moves west. so we're getting a lot of rain and because of that that the government here is raise the typhoon alert level to typhoon 8th. so which is fairly high on the warning scale. it basically means that the city, while this thing passes is pretty much at
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a standstill. government offices are closed, schools are closed, a lot of businesses simply didn't open at this wednesday. they'd also affects things like transport or some transport is running. but things like fairies are suspended in people pretty much treating this as a, as a day off. all those there was a tuesday afternoon and evening. a lot of activity at stores as people were doing last minute buying, getting essentials, basically preparing to hunker down. for the day there has been some flooding in some villages, closer to you in the northern parts of that rural hong kong, up towards the border with mainland china. some villages there have seen some localized flooding, but for the most part, people are basically hunkering down waiting until this is over. and lot of people really treating it as a day off chiles president has impose the state of emergency of the so called to check conflicts. the armed indigenous group has been fighting to recover ancestor land troops are being sent to,
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to southernmost regions by violence. i'll just fear as latin america. lucy, annual reports come up for julie's government. this video posted on social networks by an indigenous my put a rebel group was the last straw that we will, that whatever happens will be the sole responsibility of the forestry institute and the government. a continuous city presidency by stamping yet said he had no choice but to declare a state of emergency in south central chile. is it boldly cook, honestly me because of the grave and reiterated acts of violence linked to drug traffickers, terrorist an organized crime committed by armed groups in the be of you and how can your region commit deal for these violence? events have not only taken innocent lively, which is the most painful. i feel that they have their houses, churches in my industrial, our cultural field, uncommercial installations on a great deal of public infrastructure for chillies, largest indigenous group,
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the my purchase. this is the latest chapter in a 500 year conflict for control of their ancestral land. in the late 1800, the chilean state took away most of it and gave it to chilean and european farmers, planting them approaches into poverty until this day. now younger, more radical map witches are taking up arms to expel forestry companies and large land odors, highways, and no longer safe. countless agricultural equipment has been destroyed while my poor communities take over land. a chilean farmer was the latest to die last week after his house was set ablaze by an armed group. conservatives applauded the state of emergency saying it was long overdue. could a most kill us grow situation in south central chile can wait a minute more. there are thousands of people who can't sleep at night because the state has abandoned land because it doesn't have the operational capacity to guarantee their safety. but government opponent say dialogue is the only solution
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level in seattle violence is the last resort of the incompetent. when a government responds with violence to a political problem, we know the result, the same one we been seeing for years. the president is allowed to impose a state of emergency for 15 days, with the option of extending it for another 15 days. without congress's approval. it will allow. * the army to provide transportation communications, and the district will support to the militarized police that's already there, as well as patrol with them while many demanding the restoration of law and order and what they see as a lawless region. others fear that sending soldiers, women fact escalate. the armed conflict even further, the sea and human al jazeera santiago, tens of thousands of government supporters of in rallying and some of the live is biggest cities follows days of anti government protest against the proposed law. the bill gives authorities the power to investigate this and assets without
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a court order. daniel shrine la reports from one side of us. ah, it was a show of strength to the socialist government at the rick response, the anti government protests across bolivia. on monday. president luis, out of se address crowds in bolivia is 3 main cities coach um amber, santa cruz and la bus 13. or if they don't respect the election results, if they don't respect democracy, if they don't respect the popular vote and will make sure they respect us in the streets. i know, oh, he's promoting a law designed to talk elicit earnings that he says will help the fight against drug traffickers and money laundering. the lower house of congress passed it last month. however, the government is put off, pushing it through. bolivia is up a house like that was occupied. i looked at the women are here to fight. we won't
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rest. we defend our country more united than ever or, and we, but as apollo, there is no garage if we here to defend democracy in for the eunice eve, the bolivian people. we reject separatism and division. and those who don't represent our country opponent, say the law, give the authorities unprecedented powers and is a step towards a totalitarian state. they include business owners in small traders, but also some trade unions and indigenous groups in the country divided. huh, we're against law is a means we'll be inspected. they will inspect what we sell every day and also the assets we've obtained. our houses are cars and years of earnings, so we turn to green. they are threatened to resume their protests if the government does not scrap the law in the next 3 days. the challenge is clear, both sides. the said they will not back down. one bo sec, the bar like are you,
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let me when they take to the streets? unfortunately, it means the institutional spaces have shrunk. this is not a good sign. both the government and opposition is showing their force. while the law they're fighting over has been put on hold, represent the divisions in bolivian society, again visible on the streets, a return to the social and political turmoil as plague. the country throughout much of its history now seems inevitable than china. houses. era still had an al jazeera, no more mass raids, a policy change in u. s. immigration officials cracking down on the undocumented migrants hopes of a new treatment for cancer. we'll have the details of the drug trial that's reducing tumors in some terminally ill patients. ah, it's another beautiful sunny day of 35000 feet. the weather sponsored by cattle
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airways voted world's best air line of 2021. hi there, thanks for joining in. we're going to begin your weather story in the middle east, where there is plenty in the way of sunshine humidity's starting to bump in once again for places in guitar. so that includes for doha with the high $35.00, but feeling in the low fourties. clear conditions across pockets, don karachi, getting up to 38 degrees that is above average. next up, we're going to turkey and we do have some active whether it's crossed over the g m . but it's starting to move further east across the country, especially a long turkeys black sea coast. this is a cold friends, so it's snapped her temperatures down in its stumble to 17 degrees through the tropics of africa. we've got our storms, ethiopia, south sudan into the central african republic, and especially were round gap on camera route and into southern sections of nigeria . further toward the south, we'll get some of this heat for cape town. 32.7 degrees on monday, but your temperatures have come crashing down. thanks to
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a switch in the wind direction there in time as we look toward that east coast pictures of popped up here. so my put so 31 degrees. now let's go back to cape town for a 2nd because your temperatures will continue to slide here, or this just 17 degrees on friday, so that is below average. for this time, the year that shop the season, the weather sponsored my cattle airways voted world's best airline of 2021 on air or online, be part of the debate, or pacific people. the ocean is our identity and the source of well being. we are the when know how they get off the table. it says shoot inside atmosphere. people are demoralized. they're exhausted and many health care workers are experiencing p t s d like symptoms. jump into this dream and julian global community. if you're online on youtube right now, you can be part of this conversation as well. this stream announces era, ah,
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ah, the me watching, i'll just hear a time somebody cafe headlines. b. u has pledged a 1000000000 dollars to help us get a sense. the money will go to aid agencies, not that tommy bon. international funds have been frozen since the group fees control of the country. schools in hong kong have been suspended as rain and wind from typhoon compass, who hits the financial hub. authorities of canceled morning trade on the city stock market. july, the president has imposed a state of emergency over the so called food chain conflict. the armed indigenous group is in fighting to recover its best land. us immigration officers, one carry out mass raids that work places to crack down on undocumented immigrants
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. it's part of president jo biden's shift towards punishing businesses that violate labor laws rather than vulnerable workers. homeland security hopes to reduce illegal labor by handing out harsher consequences to employers. want to make it easier for workers to report exploitation. leon, fresco is an immigration attorney and a former official at the u. s. department of justice. he says the move will allow for a more humane approach in dealing with workers. well, this is going to make an important difference to the quality of life. the people who are here without that is who are working. because prior to this rule, any given day, you didn't know if you were going to be able to come home just as you left or declare a rate in your workplace, which would mean that you would be detained and potentially never see your family get your operating call from that standpoint,
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knowing that the worst thing that can happen is that your employer can be sanctioned and that the employer would then have to terminate people without. that becomes a more humane situation than be actually rounding up people who are not here with that actually putting them in detention. what i was saying is they are going to target the employers that not just hire undocumented labor, but actually exploring that undocumented labor, meaning they pay them some standard weight. they give them sub standard work in condition. people are constantly having it on the work side. people are abused, done the work. so to the extent that those employers don't have a market for a document that immigrant anymore and probably on balance, a good thing because you really don't want those employers operating because that's not the system that is ethical. or is it even helpful to america writ large? to have employers out there exploiting workers in that manner,
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the us secretary of state will need the foreign ministers of israel and united arab emirates on wednesday, bel discussed their progress and strengthening relations. the u. a. e. along with all the arab nations began normalizing ties with israel last year. us president joe biden says he supports the deals which were initiated during the trump administration, rather than jordan has more details about when face meeting while they're going to be a couple of our bilateral meetings as the secretary of state antony blank and we'll meet with his as really counterpart mr. lockheed, and then he will also have a separate meeting with his emerald city counterpart. then they'll have a trilateral meeting, all 3 men in the same room. they're going to be discussing of the raft of issues confronting middle eastern countries. everything from the political and economic instability in lebanon to the ongoing, a civil war inside yemen. the ongoing situation with libya, the ongoing,
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a civil war in syria, as well as looking at the ongoing efforts to broker peace between the israelis and the palestinians. but a senior state department official did indicate and a background briefing worth reporters on tuesday afternoon, that the bind administration is interested in seeing whether more countries in the middle east would be willing to open diplomatic ties with israel. certainly from a regional security standpoint, the more hours you have, the more treaty partners you have, the lower the chances there are of a regional war and certainly given that to both the u. e and israel are concerned about ongoing efforts a suspected within the iranian government to develop a nuclear weapons program, if it's in washington's benefit, to have more countries on the same page, diplomatically and try to confront a security threat than it is to have lots of countries looking at each other as
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potential enemies, strong winds have intensified the spread of several wildfires throughout southern california. more than 600 fire fighters are working to contain the flames. be alice al fire has both you won square kilometers of land in is false. the closure of the key highway power companies of won't supply could be caught that tens of thousands of customers to prevent further fires. kenny, as president the hotel kenyata says he will not recognize the ruling by the international court of justice. the judgment largely favor somalia in a long running dispute over the maritime border at stake. his control of 100000 square kilometers section of the indian ocean rich and oil and gas, kenya says it's maritime borders should be drawn in a straight line eastwards parallel to the line of lassitude. somalia says the border should expand southwards,
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extending its land border. the disputes is strained already difficult relations between the 2. malcolm, whether small from nairobi, the court has ruled largely in favor of earlier 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 borders . 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 put out to the court jurisdiction which had signed up to in the 960 can years legal obligation to uphold the ruling still stands. the question is,
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what are these countries going to do next? 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 use position is weaker, but it certainly depends what 2 countries choose to do. more allies choose to do, and certainly important to remember that there are international oil companies and foreign government behind each of the countries respective interests. in extracting the wealth from their natural resources beneath the sea and convicted, rebel fighter has apologized for his role in destroying a world heritage site in molly, in 2012. after the maggie was sentenced to 9 years in prison for desecrating religious monuments in tim buck, 2 is now asking judges at the international criminal court to release him from prison. up before a month. i stand before you today to express to you and to the entire world through
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you, my deepest remorse, sadness and regretful, all crimes that i committed in the past. i deeply regret all my crimes, and i feel deep, sincere, and genuine remorse that awakened my heart and my conscience and prompted me to repent and change the u. k. government crazy. one of the countries was to have a public health failures because they didn't impose along down fast enough of the start of the pandemic. by the conclusion of a nearly newly released report, by the case own politicians jona hall reports from london, m. p. 's from across the political spectrum have delivered a damning verdict on the government's handling of the code 1900 pandemic. in the words of 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. paris. 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 that government has 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. it took too long to make that decision. i think everyone recognizes that. now we should have been able to avoid a lockdown altogether. if we follow the model taken in taiwan or south korea with 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, turn to get into
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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, m p, 's slow, uncertain, often chaotic. there are moments of praise for the vaccine wrote out and the development of life saving treatments, both involving scientists from oxford university. but that does not exonerate the gulf nador it's advisors for a litany of criticism set out in what is an almost universally scathing report lobby ac. you know, la lost his dad phemie to cobit 19 in april last year. he wants an apology. this moment here isn't about politics and of saving faith. it's about understanding the pain that people are going through and doing what we can to ameliorate that and then prevent it from happening again. i think you can convey all of that in 2 simple ways. i'm sorry, so the decision to not do that, i think, sense i different i know fortunate message quite loudly,
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the national cove at memorial wall opposite parliament bears vivid testimony to the pandemic. and parliament has now laid bare the extent of government responsibility for those losses. a public inquiry is due in 2020, to jonah hall, al jazeera london fans, and i shall monetary farm says the economies of the world's foreign nations will take longer to recover unless thank seen them all fairly distributed. it's called global growth forecasts from 6 percent to 5.9 percent this year is also calling on central banks to be prepared to act quickly. in the face of worsening inflation, the i m. s. expects advanced economies to recover from losses sustained during the pandemic by 2020 to the global recovery continues. but the moment, as we can hobbled by the pandemic field, by the highly permissible delta variant,
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the outlook for low income developing countries has taken a turn for the worse util. worsening pandemic dynamics. so why we've seen a rebounding demand supply hasn't been able to rebound as fast. and that combination has led to, in high levels of inflation. we seen that commodity prices. we also seeing that in supply chain breakdowns, research as a hailing a new treatment for head and neck cancer. a trial testing a combination of immune therapy drugs showed it may work better than chemotherapy. scientists in london found mixing to medication significantly reduced or killed to miss and terminally ill people survival rates of the highest reported in the 1st line therapy trial. for people with head neck cancer. patients who took part lived an average of 3 months longer than those receiving chemotherapy, and the new treatment reportedly calls to few side effects. kevin harrington is
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a professor of biological cancer therapies at the institute for cancer research. he explains the aim of immunotherapy. so in contrast to normal treatment with chemotherapy, immunotherapy tries to wake up the patients own immune system to attack the disease . so rather than trying to poison cancer cells into submission, we actually enlist the help of the patients own immune system to do the heavy lifting and to attack the cancer. i think it's important to set this into context so regrettably, for patients who have head and neck cancer, whose disease comes back off to the original treatment, which is usually either surgery or radiation and chemotherapy, or a combination of all 3 of those treatments. when the disease comes back, the average life expectancy up until now has been about 10 months. that's a miserable figure for these poor patients. what we've been able to show in this study is that in contrast to chemotherapy, the average survival,
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the average survival has gone up by 3 months. but for a significant number of patients, it's greater than this. and so in the best responding group, the average survival is as high as 18 months now, which is a very real improvement. and for some patients, for the 1st time, we're beginning to see we can potentially cure their disease. so they remain in durable remission for many years after treatment. so there's still a great deal more to do, but we are potentially beginning to get to the point where we can cure this cancer in some patients, lou. and let's take you through some of the headlines here now just here and now the you is pledging a $1000000000.00 to help us understand the money will go to aid agencies. not the taliban international funds have been frozen since the group sees control of the country. schools in hong kong have been suspended as rain and wind from typhoon
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compass to hit the financial hub authorities of canceled morning trade on the city stock mark.


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