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tired of negative stereotypes, youth worker, the dna dewey is reclaiming its image by putting its young residence behind the camera. this to be don't often hear told by the people who live them. lead moody would. this is you wrote on out of europe. ah, accused of crimes against humanity. a draft report says brazil's president should face criminal charges for his handling of coven 19. ah! hello, money insight. this is al jazeera ally from dough. so coming up, shes in the chinese property john ever ground dropped by more than 10 percent. the
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key deal force for prompting new fears of a collapse u. s. president j bond and says he's consent off to report say china has tested nuclear capable hypersonic missile technology. and taliban officials push for recognition that talks with regional power in moscow. the human rights concerns continue to stand in the way. ah, we begin in brazil where an investigation into the government's corona, vars. response has pointed the finger of blame at president valuable sanara. the report also recommended he faced criminal charges including crimes against humanity . the draft report still needs to be voted on by the senate committee, monica yanna. keith has more. while a senate panel was reading the long list of accusations against j will so narrow,
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the president was in ne brazil been cheered by his supporters. a horrible voice of the people is the voice of god. also, an arrow says he did nothing wrong. he's criticized the senate panel, which has been investigating the government's handling of the pandemic. it's recommended the president be charged with 10 different crimes, including crimes against humanity by boston. arrow is accused of downplaying the pandemic, which caused 600000 deaths in brazil, the world's 2nd largest toll. the report says, thousands of lives could have been saved if the president had taken the virus seriously. instead he criticized locked downs, encouraged mass gatherings made a point of not wearing a mask and delayed mass vaccination. the report will be voted upon next tuesday. it will then be submitted to brazil's attorney general, who has 30 days to determine whether he accepts the charges or not, god bless them,
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senator or mad. as these were presided, the panel told al jazeera, there is enough evidence to put bull sonata behind bars. of the attorney general does, nothing will go to the supreme court and also to the international court of justice of the hague. we will continue to put pressure to make sure justice is done, or san ardo says the investigation is the loss of time. deborah thought renewed. it did nothing except spread, grudge and hatred among brazilians. although, i, but that opinion is strongly contested by many brazilians who lost their loved ones during the pandemic. and by doctors and scientists who say the coven 19 probe is historic, because it points the finger at all those responsible for the tragedy. monica in our give, i'll jazeera shows in the chinese property, john f. a grounds have plans, buy more than 10 percent this morning. that's off to deal to purchase. parts of the
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world's most indebted developer fell through the drop in the share price. his deep and fe is that the company could soon be declared in default with liabilities around $3.00 and $5000000000.00. it is miss multiple debt payments in the past month. investors of worried that the full lot could impact the wider chinese economy. you as president joe biden says, he's concerned about chinese hypersonic missiles technology. his comments come off to reports that china had tested a new hypersonic weapon back in august. and i believe the nuclear capable weapon as a d. f 17 glide missile. beijing has denied the report saying it was testing space vehicle. the white house says it's raised concerns about the issue through diplomatic channels. particle hain has been following developments from washington, d. c. the what else doesn't appear like it's trying to put a lot of focus on this. what happened was when president joe biden was leaving washington a reporter asked, are you concerned about this potential missile launch?
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and he said yes, for her part white house spokesman gen saki said they are reaching out to their counterparts in china through the diplomatic process. so basically, this is all about a report in the financial times. it said that it over the summer, china was able to test launch what they call a nuclear capable, hypersonic glide. what? but so basically it's a missile that goes into the outer space, circles the globe at 5 times the speed of sound was able to land according to the financial times, pretty much near its target, missed its target, but just narrowly. now china says this was not a missile test. they said they were working on rocket technology. why is this such a big concern for the us? well, it's been a lot of, it's money on missile defense systems that can basically shoot down conventional cut types of missiles. they wouldn't work against the hypersonic missile. and it's a big emphasis for us military defense. one of the programs that they're considering pursuing would cost an estimate, a $176000000000.00 over 10 years. but if hypersonic missiles become commonplace,
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obviously they're going to have to rethink their strategy. also important to point out that other nations are working with this technology, including the united states. russia says it is as well as well as north korea. again, china says it is not working on that technology, but it has raised concerns in the us. the un security council has held an emergency meeting on north korea a day off to pyongyang, testified a ballistic missile from the submarine is the 1st under war to test launch in 2 years. the us south korea and japan half condemned it. i'm gonna say the move could be aimed at more quick key fielding and operational missiles submarine on to put him out to get us. james base has moved from the un diplomatically. there's been no progress on north korea since 2019. that was the year of the last failed summit between president trump and kim jong on that took place in hanoi. and then they're meeting at the military zone between north and south korea. but militarily,
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in the mean time, north korea has made substantial progress on its nuclear capabilities, most recently, foreign, a ballistic missile from a submarine. now back in 2019, they filed a submarine missile, but many experts believe that was actually launched from an underwater platform. this meeting of the security council was preceded by a statement from the 3 european union members of the security council. it's clear, there's real frustration. we need a compliance with security considered resolutions. her. there hasn't been the results in the recent years. the only thing you can witness is a continuation of preparation, boff on the nuclear track and the ballistic track, and it needs to stop before to to rate the u. s. ambassador of united nations, linda thomas greenfield, made it clear that she believes the sanctions imposed on north korea aren't working
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. we already have a sanctions regime in place. we just need to be more serious about the implementation of that regime. frankly, the $1718.00 committee is not doing it's, it's job. ah, we need to enforce these are violations. we need to ramp up the implementation of rab, r a, the sanctions. and we're not done that in particularly we need to focus on those who are violating sanctions and others who are engaging in activities that break the sanctions. thank you. but complicating things for the u. s. and its allies is the fact that there are many who would like to see the sanctions on north korea east. they include the un special wrapper turf or north korea, who says there's a real risk of starvation in the country. the ask on taliban says that needs international recognition to ease the come chase humanitarian crisis.
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representatives of speaking in moscow. falling a conference with regional powers including china, india, and pakistan. russia as a group would have to uphold a basic standard of human rights to get recognition. the taliban promised to address ongoing security concerns. we had very good meeting all the participating countries. they supported unfreeze in the assets of one of san central bank, which is actually the assets of the avalon people. and it should not be connected with political issues. and also all the participating countries. this supported close engagement with the new islamic government and of honest on and overall the stomach emitted appreciate the effort and the positions mostly expressed by different countries. entities meeting solid balance is in the capitol cobble with more primarily they want the us who wasn't leah to
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day. they want the you waste to release $9000000000.00, which is being housed by america, which is afghan reserve bank funds. so they won't that release. they say they want to use it for reconstruction, but guess they did talk a lot about a they said all the countries in these talks in moscow today are we're all on the same page when it came to aid and they said that they supported the taliban and the taliban said they were very appreciative of that. but the main takeaway was, there was a call to action if you will, with these countries said look, we're going to contribute to monetary and aid. and we're talking china, iran, india, pakistan, central asian countries. but we also want the, you win to convene during a conference, so it's more of a global effort. so they're really pushing for the you way to kind of take the lead on this and keep channeling and fun and pushing as much humanitarian aid into afghanistan as possible because it really is a di situation here and winter is on the horizon. now the taliban also under quite
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a lot of pressure to day when it came to suppressing court terrorism, the russians was saying that were very worried about groups like i sal ah, staging attacks inside afghanistan against neighbors against rusher itself. and so they were really looking for reassurance from the taliban that they can essentially keep a lid on groups like iceland. i so has been um, has could have been quite effective by having 3 quite large attacks since the taliban took over in various parts of afghanistan. so the taliban had to really reassure some of the neighbors and countries like russia that they can keep control of groups. like i said, there's been an attack on the u. s. outpost in southern syria, the pentagon has confirmed no u. s. forces have been injured. it struck a base in al tanf in homes governance. one of the country's last rebel held territories. yes, officials believe it was from a drone. it's a fast time. this particular military base has been targeted early on wednesday to
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bombs exploded on an army bus in damascus. killing at least 14 people. it is the worst attack the syrian capital has seen in years. a 3rd bomb was dismantled nearby, but nobody is claimed responsibility. not long after the explosion, the syrian government troops heavily shelled a town in the northern province of it. lab, where 13 people were killed, including children. more than a 100 people have died in floods in india and nepal. many of those deaths have been in india's utter con states where thousands of people remain cut off off to landslides blocked roads. and the southern state of carola is on highlight for more heavy rainfall on to 39. people died in the past week from their elizabeth per annum reports. an aerial survey of the northern state of oregon shows large areas of farm land submerged. heavy rain in the past 3 days has led to flooding and
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landslides would have destroyed hollins and bridges and killed dozens of people in northern and southern india. more than 300 people have been rescued and thousands relocated in o'clock and might have been all our rescue. porters have been deployed to several flood depicted areas on draft and ropes. the national disaster response force has also deployed several beams. we are working on clearing several roads that have been closed due to flood damage. thousands of people remain cut off in the districts of armada and granny kate, after landslides blocked roads. the was effected region of co mom recorded it's heaviest, daily rainfalls since records began a 124 years ago. komatt was on the border with maple way around 50 people have been killed, and 30 a missing after flooding and landslides. there. meanwhile, in southern india, cleanup operations are continuing and kettler, where dozens have been killed during the past weeks to wrench rain. local
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authorities have been releasing water from dams, which were nearly full, 3 days since the worst of the flooding and cadillac. thousands of people are staying in relief. camps like this one. the government has also doubled the number of shelters since sunday, as it instructs people living in low line areas to move. flooding from monsoon range is an annual occurrence in cadillac, but people living in one of the was defected. districts caught, i am told al jazeera, they have never experienced anything like it. but almost today, she is one of many people living in relief camps after they hunts were destroyed. number, we learned that in my life, i never thought something like this could happen to was because our house is on high ground, was a little safer than the people living further down earlier when there was a small flood of the water level rose, the neighbors used to come to our house to stay there until the level went down. that's how safe or house was. so i have no idea how this happened. which i found, and cadillac of an opposite ends of india. the climatology say both states are
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experiencing more extreme rainfall events because of climate change. they're also an ecologically fragile regions. we'll talk on the himalayas and kettler and the western cuts, mountain range, environmentalists say mining construction projects and deforestation, and melton, which approach to man slides leading to more disasters. elizabeth, parent m al jazeera, good day kettler. still ahead on al jazeera. hasn't got that saw the presidential palace in see don calling on the all me to take control of the country and the wells most controversial pipeline why russia is accused of using its node stream to as an energy weapon against ah
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hi there. thanks for joining in. here's your headlines for the americas. my o. my a drop in temperature is across patagonia commodore a river de via just 17 degrees. now that's pretty well we should be for this time, the year though, soaking rains in se brazil had pushed out toward the south atlantic rio de janeiro getting up to a high up $21.00 degrees. thought bend of south america. right now. we've got our storms come in and go and where we usually see them in some greater intensity around the mouse area. central america looks like this. we may have something cooking up just off toward the pacific coast to mexico. we'll continue keep tabs on that, but heavy rain, guatemala, and rate around the yucatan. his wall can coon getting up to a high of 28 degrees, southeastern portions of the u. s. right now we've got some rain heavy at times, dancing around southern sections of mississippi into alabama and around louisiana as well as we head toward the west. we've got gloomy conditions and what weather for san francisco, that's on thursday. i want it to shows its vigorous system as it stands in on
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sunday. you know, california had it's dry astir in almost a century. so this is much needed rain, but a very powerful system. and as we go back toward thursday, we're dealing with what weather for canada's west coast. plaguing vancouver with a high of 16 bye for now. ah, the state propaganda media, censorship and the rise of all of their italian rule and wake up one day. this system has been turned from an electoral democracy into a competitive authoritarian shame, a look at the left of power in hungary, indian to the experiences of those who live in every day. that is a pressure on us. but we have to be very careful. of course, and we have to be brave enough to support question how democracy dies. democracy may be on al jazeera lou.
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oh, welcome back here watching out. is there a mind top stories this out? in brazil, a probe into the country's coven? 19 response has pointed the finger of blame at president valuable center. the draft report still needs to be voted on by the senate committee. shares in the chinese property john ever grounds have plunged by more than 10 percent this morning. that soft deal to purchase part of the company fell through. it could soon be declared in default with liabilities of around $305000000000.00. the un security council has held an emergency meeting on north korea day on to pyongyang, testified, a ballistic missile from submarine us, south korea and japan have condemned it. protest as ensue, don,
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all demanding that the transitional government be dissolved, they've been holding a sit in front of the presidential palace, him call tomb. for days, organizers say government officials and not responding to the demands made during the 2018 revolution. hippa morgan has this report from car to it was once the hardest place for protesters to access and voice their demands. but for the 5th day, people are holding a sitting in front of su, dance presidential palace. in cartoon. they're demanding the transitional government tab down. south of them, you know, yolanda and i so what i was in the revolution i was supposed to be represented in this government, but i don't see anything that represents me. a few potties took over the revolution and stole it. we want the military to dissolve the civilian government, let them remove the prime minister and all the committees that have been formed. oh, it has been much of it. the country is destroyed by yeah,
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people are hungry students can't learn without doors in the hospital. conked up the treatment, we demand the government leave a free and fair elections be held, that the military dissolved the government and take over. these almost the supporters of the national charter alliance, a dissident group from the forces of freedom and change coalition. that's the coalition that lead months of anti government protest in 2019 resulting in the military ousting of long time president on madell wishing it. but for a month the coalition has been divided. the national charter alliance says the forces of freedom and change has sight lines, many groups that took part in the revolution, and it's demanded. the interim government be dissolved despite the fact. some of its leaders hold positions in it. some of those here are from are for where the leaders of the national charter alliance have a base amongst those displaced by the regions war albus, they became because they're angry about the government's economic performance. the location of the city has raised questions about the role of the military and the
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transitional government. while the head of the sovereignty council at been for valuable time has said his gun with its a sedan transition to democracy. his silence about the sitting right outside the presidential palace has been noticeable and it's funds at the time $110.00 cent arising between the military and civilian leadership. and attempted school last month has further strained relations between the 2 sides in government. the civilian leaders accused supporters of the former government of being behind the field schools, symphonies at him thought that the soldiers around the palace have provided protection for the protesters, leading those opposing it to accused the military of being biased. it's also prompted rallies in other areas of harpoon and other thieves. thousands of young people gathered in preparation for the 1st day, the anniversary of to dance 1st revolution in 1964. many said they reject the fits him and what it's called horn. it's like, i don't see how it will be necessary to negotiate something so obvious in
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a way it just feels like the right troy would be to have a civil government purely. so there is no place for a military room to dance. prime minister wants to hold talks the use the political divine, while both sides have called for their supporters to turn up with separate protests . the divisions now seemed to move from meeting rooms to the dance, treat he by morgan august 0 or 2. as drawings have hit the capital of ethiopian tig ry region for the 3rd time this week, the government said it was targeting facilities used by to grant forces to make and repair weapons. he once as civilians including women and children, were injured on wednesday. the conflict in the north of the countries been going on for year. now. thousands of people have been killed. the man accused of killing 17 people out of florida high school back in 2018 has pleaded guilty in court. nicholas cruz was expelled from marjorie stoneman. douglas high school days before
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the shooting. a jury will now decide whether he should be executed or sentenced to life in prison, antique alec a small on the afternoon of february, the 14th 2018, then 19 year old nicholas cruz walked into marjorie stone. douglas high school in florida with an assault rifle, the expelled people fired indiscriminately killing 14 students and 3 staff members . what are worth my shootings in u. s. history? it took him just 6 minutes to devastate an entire community. 3 years later, cruise appeared in court as victims families watched waving his right to a trial here. how do you wish to play? instead, he pleaded guilty to 17 counts of murder in 17 of attempted murder. now face either life behind bars or the death penalty and offered this apology to those who lost loved ones. i'm sorry, and i can watch tv and more and try my best to maintain my composure. and i just
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wanted, i'm really sorry. and i hope you get a chance to try to help others for those that last children and a shooting watching the proceedings was heartbreaking. was probably the most uncomfortable thing. well, chicken, most uncomfortable thing we've ever had to do. first on what a vi, hugging our daughter's life was body. in the aftermath, a student led movement calling for gun control found wide support across the world . you generation of advocates pushed for tough restrictions on guns, clothing raising the minimum age to buy an assault rifle in florida. that effort succeeded. survivors say the measures don't go far enough. no one could comprehend the devastating aftermath or how far this would reach or where this would go. for those who still can't comprehend, because they refused to. i'll tell you where it went right into the ground. 6 feet
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deep cruises. guilty please. we'll do little to hill this community with a trial and sentencing pending. it may help jury selection will begin in january, but the best case scenario for nicholas cruz is dying in jail. that was left behind se they'll only be satisfied when children are long after live with the threat of gun violence and the gallagher al jazeera miami, florida. the white house has unveiled plans to give current of ours vaccines to millions of children between the ages of 5 and 11. the centers for disease control and prevention will me start up november to give the plan formal approval. vaccine shipments will be sent out within hours of that happening. they will include smaller needles that are needed for injecting children. reasons, health ministers, warning that crone of ours infections could jump to a 100000 a day over winter. the g gathered as urging people to get vaccinated and take up
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booster shots. he says the government won't impose its cycle plant, but yet that would include locked downs or mandatory mosque wearing. we've always known that the winter months would pose the greatest threat to our road to recovery the dark skies. the colder weather provide perfect conditions, not just full co 19 to thrive, but for other seasonal viruses to like flu or nor of ours. and ahead of winter, just as we expected, we're starting to see this impact cases arising. and yesterday we reported 43738 new cases across the u. k. up 16 percent from the previous week. and they could go yet as high as a 100000 a day. russia is giving work as a week off with pay to curve an alarming rise and cove in $1000.00 cases and deaths
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. president vladimir putin has approved a government proposal for the week long holiday, the end of this month, only around a 3rd of russians a fully vaccinated. and there's been hesitancy to get the locally produce sputnik vaccine. more than a 1000 russians died from cave in 19, just on wednesday. germany's green party is accusing russia blackmail. moscow has pointed to its controversial pipeline, the gnawed stream to as a solution to the current energy crisis. but the green party says it's approval would be contrary to european roles, step vass and travel to live men on the baltic coast in germany, where the pipeline has recently been completed. keeping war will be costly. this winter, german gas consumers are expected to pay up to $230.00 more this year on average global energy prices have been pushed up by increased demand as the world comes out of the pandemic. guidelines ask about our house was built in 2013 and the energy
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price has been going up ever since, and very concerned about these prices and have kept changing suppliers. otherwise we can't afford it. some european politicians have blamed russia restricting supplies for political gain. and you can utilize them both. this is politically motivated gossip that is absolutely the found it, i mean, using the energy sector as some kind of weapon is clearly playing the politics card . but he's a, he's not quite out there in blackmail and quite yet. and at the same time he's, he's will filling supply contracts, so it's very hard to accuse him of any wrongdoing. at this moment. he's playing with the 1230 kilometers long, northridge to pipeline, under the baltic sea, connecting russia and germany is ready for use. the us was along opposed to the $11000000000.00 project, but gave its approval last july. if there's
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a solution to rising gas prices or a powerful instrument that will make you more defended from russia, german politicians, i do find it on northridge too. and while the gods can start flowing here from the baltic sea, but legal hurdles still ahead, it is unlikely that these pipes will bring energy prices down anytime soon. the german energy regulator has said that nor trim to should not break your competition rules by limiting suppliers. the regulator has until early january to make a decision that will be sent to europe and commission for review. energy experts expect that it will take several month until gas from northridge to and flow into western europe. and even then it won't be enough to push prices down significantly . i think that additional measure would be an increase in green energy investment policy. one government on the production of getting hydrogen. this is already a topic of pseudo discussions within the deadman government. and i said that i suffered that on saudi arabia,
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nigeria major energy play around the planet. and i think that this phenomenon that eyes off of natural gas prices only point more in that direction. all of shorts was seen as unlikely. successor of chancellor anglo merkel has made it clear that a new government is unlikely to create new hurdles to nought swim to. despite earlier opposition from the green party to smooth his ambitious transition to clean energy gas as seen as essential, steadfast and al jazeera in berlin. oh, this is our desert. these top stories investigation into brazil's current of ours response is pointed, the finger of blame president variables. nora. the drop report recommended he face criminal charges, including crimes against humanity, is still need to be voted on by the senate committee or emitted from the document
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is an earlier recommendation to chargeable scenario with genocide.


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