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in the number of young people joining armed groups and became a facet and in support with jama action from day one of the n. b a sees him including a win for the defending champion. ah, compelling journalism we keeping our distance because it's actually quite dangerous . ambulances continued to arrive at the scene of the explosion in spy program making. i still don't feel like i actually know enough about what living under fascism was light, how much money did you make for your role in deliverance? i made fab al jazeera english proud recipient of the new york festivals broadcaster of the year award for the 5th year running in 1958 charles de gaulle made a famous speech. and algeria, i thought he could not hold back the tide of algeria and independence.
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all keep frances colonies in africa and the pacific. in the final episode of the series out there explores how the long and bitter fight for the french empire still resonates today. blood in tears, french, the colonization on al jazeera, all oh, a hello. you're watching algebra, i'm emily. i. when a reminder about stories is at least 14 people have been killed in an explosion in the syrian capital. it's the worst attack in damascus to bomb, went off in the army by and russia says the taliban mostly about the international
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expectations on human rights. if it wants to be recognized by world, how is delegation from the group phase in moscow meeting, representative of regional powers, including china, india, and pakistan. russia is giving work as a week off. we've paid to kevin alarming rise in coven 19 cases in depth. at the end of this month to put any surgery in the public to show responsibility and get checked the un security council is due to hold an emergency meeting on north korea a day off to be on young test, find a ballistic missile from a submarine. it's the 1st under water test launch in 3 years, washington, sol until you have condemned in katrina, you proponents from aging. these are images of the new ballistic missile, which north korea state media says were successfully fired from a submarine. at least one was launched on tuesday morning in the port city of saint
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paul. off the country's east coast, pyongyang says the weapon has guidance technology, which could make it harder to track and intercept the advancement towards a submarine launch missile is actually a pretty big step. i mean that the most obvious thing here is north gray is tremendous. rain right? and you could send some rain basically anywhere in the world as long as remains undetected, which is something of a challenge depending on the subs. agent engine type, what it means longer means under tech. them, you could effectively launch from anywhere, both south korea and japan say the test was deeply regretable. he, the u. s. has condemned the launch and repeated calls for a meeting with pyongyang. we call him anti pierre k, to refrain from further provocations and engage and said, stand and substantive dialogue, and our commitment to the defense of the republic of korea and japan remains ironclad. ah, these launches also underscore the urgent need for dialogue and diplomacy. our offer remains to meet anywhere any time without preconditions or north korean leader. kim duncan has accused the u. s. of hostility and says his country must
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defend itself against its enemies. kim young has conducted 8 miss al, test this year. some in breach of un sanctions. in september it claim tough lodged hypersonic missile. south korea is meanwhile building up its own defenses. on wednesday morning, president one giant spoke at the opening of a weapons fair in sol. come running between yogi a strong d 1st. capacity is always aimed at any sure in peace of the republic of korea seeks to build a smart and a strong armed forces. hm. based on the state of the art technology on a will you sure a piece with the world us envoy soon kin is expected to travel to solve the talked japanese and south korean of shelf later this week of tomorrow, intelligence chiefs from the 3 countries met on tuesday, china, korea closest ally and trading partner support for all parties to exercise
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restraint. it stopped short condemning they doing has been accused of hindering you and of course, to respond to its actions. in early october, north korea reopened communications which sol for the 1st time in months when diane is pushing to formerly end, the korean war, which has technically been going on since the 1950s. an act he hopes will help bring young young back to the negotiating table. katrina, you out a 0 aging. gemini says it was close his border with poland as eastern europe faces what's been described as a man made migrant crisis. berlin has proposed joint patrols with poland, contained the number of people crossing the european union accuses fellows of allowing migrants mainly from iraq and syria, to freely crossed into poland. the boxes. it's in retaliation for sanctions against the government of alexander lucas shanker. fasten is in berlin,
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she says the crisis is become a headache for europe. it was high on the agenda here at the cabinet meeting in berlin. the influence of migrants into germany, from others, now to route through bellows after poland unless away the and now germany is also struggling to find an answer to what has been described as a man made michael crisis created by bell ocean data. alex, on the look shanker shank has been accused by european lead us as using michael and as a political weapon. modern 4500 microns have arrived here in germany, mostly from iraq, syria, and most recently from turkey. germany has now offered to poland to have joined border patrols and increased checks at the border, and also one sanctions against airlines transporting migrants into bellows. interestingly, at the press conference, interior minister jose have said that the key to this problem lives in moscow. alexander lucas shanker is c, as a thought to g of russian president vladimir,
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put in this migrant crisis in is increasingly becoming a headache for europe. on the one hand, european nations don't want to be seen as boeing to pressure to look at shanker. but also on the other hand, poland and lithuania have been accused of abusing the rights of migrant by pushing them back into barrels or leaving them stranded in the forest to the u. s. now and a congressional committee investigating january's assault on capitol hill has voted unanimously to approve a contempt charge against a band. and he was a long time aid to former president donald trump. the committee says it was shocking van and refused to comply with the painters taking documents and testimony . this paved the way for a full vote by the house of representatives later this week that could lead to a criminal, came out to 0. petticoat high explains the vote and what comes next? the head of the committee basically send the message to the van and saying the committee is not going to take no for an answer. so all of this is because steve
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bad and was very close to president trump after a brief falling out. he was in all of the meetings leading up to the january, 6, a rally. the former president donald trump attended and he said on his radio show, january, january, 5th the day before the attack on the capital that it's basically an i'm going to quote him all hell going to break loose in washington tomorrow. i said it's not going to be anything like what you expect. so what does that mean that he actually knows that they were eventually going to have hundreds of writers actually break into the capital come very, very close to injury law makers. that was what the subpoena was for. this january 6 commission said ok, we want to talk to you under oath. we want your records, we want sort of documents and he said, no, he said, i'm citing executive privilege with the former president is saying that they can't have his records because of executive privilege problem with that is he's no longer the president and executive privilege lives with the current president joe biden
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has said, no, i'm not going to give you executive privilege. busy on these documents so bad and said he wouldn't do this is a lawyer asked for a delay. the committee basically just said no, no delay the unanimous decision 9 to 0 to send it on to the full house rights group . say the number of mine is recruited by armed groups in became faso, has risen at least 5 times this year. and among the 1000000 people displaced most children, nicholas hark reports from work to do good. on the outskirts of beginner fossils capital, walker duke, who are the few remaining residents of the village of town by in the north, huddled together still in shock after an attack by the ice al affiliate, these slamming state in the greater sahara. the men and boys of the village are gone. either killed or missing. one is baba still alive, asks our deco. she misses her father. her family had been warned. the only man in
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the village to know how to read and write into simple mouth. i was, father knew too much, this made the fighters uncomfortable and suspicious of him. so they took him away and killed the rest of the family. i was survive because of help from her neighbors . she was brought to the capital. this is her home for now. but for how long she wonders in it to make them another. oh, well, i don't go to school here. i sweep i bring water. i clean. that's all i do. this is become my life routine offenses. army is overwhelmed by the increasing number of attacks by arm groups linked to isolate in, okay, that the government has called on its citizens to take up arms. the us based on conflict locations and event down the projects recorded a 650 percent increase in civilian deaths last year. according to the u. n. 1.3000000 people in brooklyn, of us who have been displaced because of the fighting between arm groups and government forces. most our children
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government schools are systematically burned down. teachers are killed, according to children's rights cruise, the slimy state and the greater so her, i want to see children not holding a pendant in school, but rather holding a gun, fighting for their cause. each year old, his father was killed after he refused to hand over his child on groups. he was spared, but not the other address in whispers to i saw them slip the throat of my friends. if you did, yes, that's an orphan children arm good. the potential fighters, the government says children armed with guns and machetes, age between 12 and 15, killed a 160 people in the village of poland in june. it is a real talent in conflict that the children are trying to recruit children. and one of the biggest things that we can do, or one of the most important things we can do to try to protect them is to offer
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them proper education. because that is something that will keep them protected and have them being able to focus on something else that the conflict in burkina faso has left young our scared and looking for answers questions only her father has answers to nicholas hawk al jazeera was due to the man accused of killing 17 pe, the lead of florida high school in 2018 is in court and expected to plead guilty. nicholas cruz was expelled from marjorie stoneham, douglas high school to disciplinary reasons. days before the shooting. a jury will now decide whether he should be executed or sentenced to life in prison as cross live now to andy gallagher, who's following the hearing from miami. hello, the andy. what's the latest you're hearing from the court or? or nicholas cruz now 23 years of age is in court at the moment and the expectation
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is that he will plead guilty to 17 accounts of murder and 17 counts of attempted murder. this is something of a surprise from the defense team. it was not expected to happen, but essentially what that means is it, this will now go to a jury trial, probably in the early part of next year, where jurors will decide whether nicholas cruz gets life without parole, or is in fact executed. remember marjorie stillman douglas high school shooting 3 years ago on february, the 14th still remains one of the worst mass shootings in u. s. history. it's alleged that mr. cruz who was 19 at the time and had been expelled and had actually been posting videos that he wants to carry out. the shooting, walked into that school and the world watched. as students run away from that school. at 14 students killed. 3 members of staff also killed that lead to a new generation of gun advocates taking to the country and demanding in particular
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new laws on, on banning assault rifles. but at nicholas cruz now was in court this morning also for assaulting a deputy sheriff inside the facility. where he's been held for the last 3 years, so we are waiting any moment now for nicholas cruz to put those a guilty please. in because out is the expectation and then a jury towel will take place. sometime in the new year and also to day it has to be said that they broward county school district has awarded the survivors and those that were traumatized by this entire shooting. $25000000.00, scant amounts of money for what they lost. yes. and an important danco for them to thank you for the update. andy gallagher reporting live there from miami. queen elizabeth the 2nd has canceled a trip to northern island for medical reasons. buckingham palace says she reluctantly accepted advice to rest for a few days. the 95 year old monarch is still expected to attend a series of events, including the $26.00 conference in glasgow at the end of october of ok.
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now on japan's main southern island of you, she has wrapped it, its food ash more than 3 and a half kilometers into the sky, bound to as it started wrapping early on wednesday morning. they have no immediate reports of casualties or major damage. it's been at one man since the volcano on the spanish island of la palmer, erupt. it, and scientists say there is no indication that it will stop anytime soon. in that time, more than 1800 buildings have been destroyed, mostly houses about 7000 people have had to leave their homes. the address is among the industry. hottest countries are dangerously out of sync with a targets to limit the rise in global hating to $1.00 degrees celsius. that's the finding of the u. n. study, which says governments will likely produce more than double the amount of fossil fuels needed. the report says production will increase in the next she is despite
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pledges under the 2015 paris climate accord call production is also set to increase by 240 percent above what target some meant to allow. that means the world isn't even on track to heat. the less ambitious goal of capping global warming by 2 degrees. many world leaders will gathering glad gloves go next week for the us call 26 climate summit. although it's just been announced, rushes, let me push and will not attend. the arctic is warming twice as fast as the rest of the world. and at a local level that is broad in profound changes for communities that exist along the edge of greenland ice cap. as nicholas clark reports, and many as struggling to adapt to the social and cultural transformation that climate change is bringing the village of color. so look, is remote wild and still in touch with the old ways. just to 100 people live here, even so it's one of the larger communities on the thinly populated,
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east coast of greenland sled dog set out the end of summer. eager for the winter snows, humpbacks blow just one of the whale species that feast in these rich seas. here to a degree, life still depends on the yield of the arctic waters, as it has done for thousands of years. eustace at work still hunts and fishes for living. i hover 6 hawks, we brought to water a return. we kitch 6, a fish, 6 hook, 6 fish in return. but things are changing on multiple fronts. after millennia of subsistence living benefits are in the middle of a social and cultural transformation as greenland seeks as place the wider world. and it's happening at precisely the moment. climate change is appending the environment. these empty houses tell a story of a population that's pretty much haft in 20 years or so. i most of dawn have either
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moved to the nearest town of tatiana here on the east coast. or even further afield to the capital nook on the other side of greenland. and for those that remain while they live in this warming world of ours. and it's a world that their ancestors would scarcely recognize mountain guide. matt spencer has lived among the new it in colors. look for 20 years, working with tourists. you've come for the adventure of the wild. you seen 1st hand how fast things have changed. i think the curse, the that the year and, and the rhythm of the seasons is so important to the people here in the sense that the ice forms in, in early winter breaks in an early, early, june, usually. and then that's tied in with all the animals arriving near the fish and seals the whales. when all those patterns become kind of messed up. and, and i sent you that, that is the case with people that don't recognize them anymore. and yet i think the realtor is, is huge challenge for people's way of life. everything is on an epic scale here
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with 30 meters under the glass here that was replicated under the glass. yeah, absolutely. say anywhere the mouth is going on, and that's a thickly person this summer because as of the all south and even from the summit to the ice gap or over 3000 meters that melt happening. and that water has to go somewhere here in the arctic. the old and the new and now side by side. the future for both in these changing times. it's hard to discern what is certain, is the wonder and the power of the natural world. and the real and present danger created by upsetting its balance. nick clark al jazeera cooler, shook greenland, and you can watch nick clocks full planet a. so a special report from greenland at $2330.00. james tate on wednesday right here on al jazeera. and of course you can also get access to it on our website. al jazeera dot com still ahead for this news. our one of the chief penalties you will ever
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see from a lima messy that's coming out with gemma in sport. ah .
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ah whole ah ah. a time now before and he's jim jim a big day for newcastle. yes and big news coming out of new cars for emily, steve brief has left his role as the head coach. it's 2 weeks after the club was taken over by a saudi arabian backed consortium. a club statement said that bruce, left by mutual consent, he'd been in charge since 2019 new cost. la struggling
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a 2nd from balsam in the premier league after the defeat to talk on sunday. that was his 1000, much as a manager. liverpool manager plot was praised his seems, what he described as a dirty when less chemistry in the champions league. liverpool took the lead alley in madrid. when mohammed charlotte scored the night straight game, in fact, little fight ever see that? they were crazy when navigator made it to natal off the scene minutes to those that came as a scary thanks to anton grees when the french and hugo's at the level game at 2453. mom was sent off to the break for hi challenge to do on the home team was unable to hang on a 2nd from the penalty thought to secure a refill for liverpool as k manager in the army run straight down the tunnel afterwards, loud shaking hands with go live full of 13 after 3, and one more victory will guarantee that base in the knockout, run the dirty pre points. very often the most important and they were dirty
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tonight of course of us. not all best football, but we got them and that's a big step. that wasn't the only 5 gold threaded parasite, i guess i'll be like there was also a go fast killing him back. a put your head in terrace like say kit back with 2 of that right. naughty michela go put the german cited to one up, then step forward a little messy the 6 time, but until when i got back in it with an equalizer. and then he won the game with a pen and penalty. it's chipping the ball straight down the middle. very good. the top group i had of mine to be club of $51.00, and then match on tuesday. that also went around with it. while i'm quoting this and i'm for saudi arabia allow, have reached the find the the asian champion sake, maybe fellow saudi team on nasa to one in rehab unless i had a mom sent haul before. i'm sorry, one it was reflected shot at out into the find out for the 3rd time in 5 years. why
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don't facing south korea is a pro hung steelers who beat defending champions. allison young die on penalties then even be a season is up and running with the milwaukee buck stopping the defense of that fight over the win over the brooklyn. that's added the game. the bucks were presented with that 2021 championship rings to commemorate the 1st title in 50th. each ring has more than $400.00 diamond raining finals, and the pianist composed picks up where he left off, leading the waste the box with a few points. and 14 rebounds having to round also contributed a 13 point for the net. that it was the box. he ran out convincing with 127 to one for the 534 points from the bron james c. i later last season. i'm going to golden state warriors. steph curry was not his best for the warriors, but still managed. 21 points and 10 rebounds, i'm tennessee, otherwise known as a triple double. the warriors trailed by 10 points with 9 and
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a half minutes to play the house by day because the minute i believe they came back when 121 to 114 the season has just begun. but major league baseball is well into the post season. at the houston astros have squire things up against the boston red sox in american lake, varies. who's out today his this home run at fenway park? as they went on when 90, it's best of 7 things and now locks it to, to the wind guarantees, at least one more getting back in houston for the x rays. they don't just the back and contention in the national league series that look like they might a 3 down against the atlanta braves that katie and just home run. it's hot things around and they went and when you came, 65, atlanta still lead to one a rule. we'll sterling government has confirmed that all kind of supplies, including a navy joke of it will need to be fully vaccinated against 19 if they want to compete at the australian open in january, jock of it is that offending and 9 time champion in melbourne,
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but has repeatedly refused to declare his back seen status. so our number one is not sure if he'll play, but if he does, and the chance to support roger federer and rough found out and reaching at $21.00 grand slam titles, australia government says the rules are clear. the government noon, establishing its boarders, who said that you'll need to be double vaccinated to visit, destroy live. it's a universal application, not, not just the tennis plays i'm in. that's every visitor was really will need to be double vaccinated. well, i don't have a message back, i have a message to everybody that wishes to visit styling. you'll need to be double vaccinate. our rules are very clear. they apply to everyone without the or 5. it doesn't matter whether you are number one in the world or you anything else. rules are about protecting strategy and former well, number one, andy murray says he doesn't think he's ever played a match. lie kids after he came through an epic, the reset bustle with francis cfo in the 1st round of european. i am a 3 time
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a grand slam champion facing to batch points before taking victory after 3 hours and 45 minutes on core. china has let the olympic flame and beijing out of the winter games in 2022. the ceremonial torch arrived from athens on wednesday as activists around the world call for a boycott over china's human rights record. it starts in february when facing will become the 1st 50 to have the summer winter games that we know overseas fans. like because the pandemic and finally we used to say india cricket captain rat kaylee here on al jazeera but not like this. this is in the walk club, live, kylie that is on display might have to source into by, by the t 20 wildcard is currently being placed. next to him is a model of another indian cricket legend as such and and ok, kaylee and his india team play the bus game again i just on, on sunday. and that soil's fault, we'll have more for you later. thank you very much jim. i'm all right. that's all
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from a stick around there. i'll be back in just a minute with more of the day's news. ah. plan it is approaching a tipping point in the lead up to the cop 26 climate summit al jazeera, so cases programs dedicated to one veiling the realities of the climate emergency witnesses green films documenting the human experience on the front line planet at the wet report from greenland on how the rapid rate of melting ice is having a profound effect on the population, people and power off why politicians have been so unaffected in fighting climate change. folk lines investigates how rising temperatures of fueling a water war in the us. algae, there were world shows how a community in senegal is dependent on the preservation of their natural resources
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. the screen takes the fight for climate justice to our digital community and up front. it's hard demanding environmental accountability. the climate emergency, a season of special coverage on al jazeera. when an ethiopian mother put her daughter up for adoption, she knew little of what was to come. with family bon severed, a traumatized child, torn between 2 world struggles to return home in a profoundly human story, exposing deep floors in denmark's adoption system. a girl. in return, a witness documentary on al jazeera stay propaganda media censorship, and the rise of authoritarian rule and went up one day. the system has been turned from an electoral democracy into a competitive report. turing machine, a, the loss of power in hungarian. yeah. to the experiences of those who live in every
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day, that is a pressure on us. but we have to be very careful, of course, have to be brave enough to support that question. how democracy dies. democracy may be on al jazeera. ah, a rare attack in damascus. bombs destroy a military bus killing at least 14 people. ah, hello, i'm emily anglin. this is al jazeera alive from dough house. the coming up brazil's president could face charges of crimes against humanity for his handling of the coven.


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