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of cultures across the world. so no matter what lucy, al jazeera will bring you the news, and current affairs that matter to you out is in europe. ah ah, they're going to remind the top stories around his era, the need of the haitian gang accused of kidnapping 17 members of a us based missionary group as threatened to kill them if a ransom isn't paid. the gang is demanding $1000000.00 for each hostage, 5 of whom are children. tens of thousands of joined rival demonstrations in sudan as tensions grow over its political future tag, as was used to disperse protest as trying to reach cartoon who were calling for greater civilian control of the government. and 1000000000 doses of current of ours
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vaccines have been administered in india. it's ramped up production to export more jobs, dominate, chose, warned. the pandemic could go on well into next year. if wealthy nations don't donate their vaccines the us house of representatives is voted to hold donald trump's former ally steve bannon, in contempt of congress. me as he could face charges for refusing to cooperate with an investigation into the storming of the capital. in january, wilma 8 is ignored, a subpoena from the select committee investigating the attack as coming from alan fisher who's live in washington d. c. so it doesn't look and is as moved by that represent. so has representatives i. it's interesting in that the democrats thought they would win the vote, but they didn't think there would be 9 republicans who had joined them in voting to hold steve bannon and contempt now of those known republicans. 2 of them already
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serve on the 6th of january committee, so you would expect them to cast their vote that way, but 7 others that it was a big number as far as the democrats were concerned. many of them of them are republicans who are in a very tight races in upcoming elections. so perhaps felt that defending steve bannon was not the hell the capitol hill to die. and so therefore decided that they would vote to hold steve bannon, in contempt. the web, democrats who are worried about their sport, they were concerned that if the republicans get control at the midterm elections in 2022 or at some point afterwards, there would be a flurry of subpoenas. and that would just tie up the whole idea of the democrats trying to do any sort of business on capital hill. but in the end, they decided that the question of holding congress in contempt was much more important. and that is why the voted this now goes to the department of justice to make a decision on whether or not to charge steve bannon, mary garland,
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the attorney general has in the last hour said that they will study the evidence and study the case before making a final decision as thirsty bannon, he said this was a question of executive privilege that he'd been speaking to donald trump. and that it really should be that the court to decide whether or not he was protected under donald trump exercising that executive privilege. but there were those who made speeches including liz cheney, who said, hold on a 2nd on january the 5th, the day before what happened at the capital? steve bannon, on his own podcast, said that they were going to be outrageous things happening. and capitol hill, and for that reason, he was a key witness. mister baron's own public statements make clear, he knew what was going to happen before it did. and thus, he must have been aware of. and may well have been involved in the planning of everything that played out on that day. the american people deserve to know what he
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knew and what he did. so he might be sitting there thinking while this sort of thing has never happened before. let me throw a name at you. susan mcdougal, more than 20 years ago, she was involved in a case when congress was investigating whitewater, a proper to deal, involving then president, bill clinton. she refused to give evidence to a grand jury, and she was charged with contempt. what happened to her? she eventually served 22 months in prison if the department of justice decides to prosecute steve bannon, he could be facing up to a year in prison if convicted alan fish. i thank you very much indeed. and those are the taliban, have a tight reporters covering a women's rights protests in the capital campbell, i gay, the long down. foreign journalists were hit with the bottom,
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a rifle and chased away from the rally. the afghan women were holding signs calling for greater participation in society as well as education and employment. more than 2 months after the town of anne took over the country, older girls are still not back at school. and there are no women in senior positions in the u government, and that man is also limited women's employment options. libby as unity government as stressed, its commitment to a ceasefire and presidential elections in december at an international conference in tripoli has been hosting delegates from the us, russia, turkey, france, and egypt as it seek support ahead of the vote. i had a planned parliamentary poll has been delayed by the 2 brook based house representatives. my tensions been growing between the administrations in the east and west. what the indian govern. south african nations have st invoice to the tiny kingdom of s. we're teeny, formerly known as swaziland as the security situation there deteriorates mobile operators in this. we're teenie, been told to suspend access to facebook,
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and it's messenger app. after more protests against the king, dozens of pro democracy demonstrations have been injured in a crack down there. with images of a violence circulating on social media and technical name reports from the capital bonnie mcdonald's abu could not a recognize the police officer who shot him in the leg during a protest in june. he says the officer knew him to because he has a long time community and h. i. v activist. the self employed father of 5 is now an app you t i m i t o. i wanted to see it time my, our life will be better than leave the when i am city i, the lake crying in vegas is throwing me because i know a different to me. i mean, i know if dad needs protesters in a sweat, teeny have been on the street since jew calling for democratic reforms in africa's last absolute monarchy. the accused king mus swati of living lavishly while
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ignoring the poverty in this country. 1.1000000 people, amnesty international says more than 80 people had been killed and more than a 1000 arrested, including children and 2 members of parliament who remain in jail. the government says 37 people have died. the deputy prime minister says the protests have caused $68000000.00 in damages and economic losses. people haven't been able to go to work. businesses have been shuttered. schools have been closed indefinitely. the government says it hasn't been able to deliver food to the needy or mental health services due to the unrest deputy prime minister them. but ma suca says king miss swati will have a dialogue with all sectors of society. once the violence ends and kobe 19 is over, we ah,
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rhetoric age. but it is important to note that an engagement must be the environment of calm you. it must be in an environment of peace. but protesters including kootenay are showing no sign of ending their unprecedented push for democracy. 35 years after gaining independence, i will fight until it is possible. they cut another leg and if i still have him, have them until they cut my head because that is new. i'll still need me will be the so i would know still the government says it will continue to restrict access to social media at band protests. it sees as a security threat in order to restore the p. natasha going 8 l to 0. but bonnie, it's what it will make as in been in her vision to legalized abortion and means
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women in the west african nation can now access the procedure openly within the 1st 3 months of pregnancy. it was previously only allowed under very strict conditions, including a mother's life was at risk. several countries in africa have total bands on abortion. i going to see 2nd, who is chapel and the african network of women leaders for development. she hopes the routing much influence on the nations in the region is the law comes review. so the reservation of live of our mothers and systems and these laws, we deal with the pin of many of the men on, on one frankness. and is law guarantee. if abortion ball we men in case of rape and sexual assaults. c and insects and
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when the pregnancy in bender, the life of the modern and offenses, the other countries, i may follow example because we, we are on need it. and through the i've done vision all along act on so social in the see the society. we can do it today is our reality. so the other countries can do it on. so british police have charged a 25 year old man with the murder of the member of parliament, david amos who was stabbed to death last week. prosecutors in london say, ally, how the ally, who's a somali heritage consider himself to be affiliated with the iso. the mp was meeting with his constituents in the town of leon. see when he was attack is
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heightened concerns about the safety of politicians in the u. k. already think what it would britain is queen elizabeth has spent a night in hospital after cancelling her visit to northern ireland. this week. buckingham palace says she went into a hospital, a london hospital on wednesday afternoon for preliminary investigations following medical advice to rest for a few days. a 95 year old monarch returned to windsor castle on thursday and is said to be in good spirits. european leaders are pushing for dialogue with poland. as an increasingly bitter feud overshadows a summit in brussels, there was supposed to focus on the energy crisis. several member state say that you should not release $42000000000.00 in pandemic recovery funds until the issue is resolved. the blocks concerned its foundations are being threatened after ponens constitutional court rule that you law only applies and specific carriers. but parents prime minister has remained defiant, saying his government won't respond to blackmail, remote job,
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he will not locked under the pressure of blackmail. we are ready for the dialogue which we do not agree to constantly expanding the scope of competence. it's jim, but we will of course, talk about how to resolve recurring these few in agreement and in dialogue through russia. but if you want to be part of a club than if you want to have the advantages of being in a club, and they are clear to everyone including the foolish people, then you need to respect the rules. you can't be a member of a club and say the rules don't apply them in scranton. tasha butler in brussels so postponed wasn't supposed to be on the agenda and they come up with any kind of resolution or not yet because the leaders are still deep in discussions. they are certainly divided over how to deal with war . so some want a very tough stand, others are pushing for a dialogue. now, tensions between poland, a member states, and most of the you've been simmering for a while. law, the use often accused
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a war sort of eroding rights, particularly of it's of the independence of its judiciary. but things really came to a head early this month. when a, this top, a polish court ruled that polish law would take precedence over you. law fad has really been quite exclusive in e u circles because it is seen as such as rattling, if you like, the very foundations of the european union. we've heard a lot from you leaders as they arrived here in brussels saying this is unacceptable . something must be done now. some who want a tough sanctions owner, poland are pushing for things like withholding essential you funds from poland or even legal action. others a saying that we need to be calm the we need to reach out and have dialogue. it's a real challenge for the because on one hand, of course, they don't want to pay week by doing nothing at all. but on the other hand, they certainly do not want to be seen to be pushing poland and polls away out of
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the you certainly know so soon after breaks it and the european energy crisis also being discussed. can we expect any conclusions on that? well, your europe's energy crisis was always a supposed to be the main topic of the agenda, overshadowed somewhat by poland, but nevertheless, you leaders have been discussing these spiraling natural gas prices that are really giving you governments a real headache. they are trying to come up with ways to shield a consume as people and businesses from want could be very a high energy bills, especially as we go into the winter months here. now the e u commission, a chief ursula on the line has been outlining the commission's recommendations to leaders. these were recommendations that weren't he made a week ago, but she said that they should continue to be follow things like cutting taxes off energy bills. helping are some poor households to ride through the storm if you
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like. oh, she also said that there has to be a much bigger a push on renewables, wind power, solar power, all the sort of things that would make europe more self reliant when it comes to energy and rely lot less more a lot less on other countries outside of the european union, who often importers of things like gas and other fossil fuels azure back, i thank you very much indeed. as grins, ice sheet melts, huge deposits of rare earth minerals are being uncovered. these are vital in the production of low carbon technology such as electric cars and wind turbines, but farmers worried about radioactive dust and waste water. i trying to block mining projects at clark visit the town or now south in southern greenland, which is the sight of one proposed mine. a statue of leaf ericsson, the viking, who said to have discovered america 400 years before columbus gazes out overseen.
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that might surprise you, but it's the end of summer and the sheep have been rounded up for market. farming is part of the way of life in the south, but these lands also hold new possibilities. i headed up a mountain valley near the town of na sack, the rocks here hold some of the world's richest deposits of rare of minerals. this is the sides of an old uranium mine. it's long been decommissioned. but now international mining companies want to dig deep again. the rock we see all around us here is $43.00 or 4 kilometers beneath the earth's crust. and then about a 1000000000 years ago, these mountains just reared up and they reckon that within this area alone, there are one and a half 1000000 tons of rarer minerals with another 26000000 tons at a site nearby. and all of that combined is enough to supply the wealth total need, a rare earth minerals for 115 years, which is why this whole area is just so valuable and has so much attention. this is my mother's father. i met with neil secaria son who's been fighting the proposed
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mind for years. man, i to shush, if i'd like to ship. if the mind gets to go ahead, the 1st thing that will affect us is dust followed by radioactive radiation. those things will start from the 1st day of production that's going to affect our water supply. and it's only 3 kilometers away from the mining site. meaning we won't be able to continue living in norfolk public meetings were held earlier in the year with the mining company involved. although they didn't attend the most recent ones with you much i, they green and minerals who are australian and part chinese owned their c o. told al jazeera, there's been misinformation about the project in the community that does not accurately reflect the impact assessments and his cause concern among local stakeholders. this is unfortunate when the project is met. stringent environmental standards, mining would bring jobs, business opportunities and economic stimulus for the local community. across greenland, the issue is so controversial, it toppled the national government and in came the indigenous in europe,
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party who have promised to stop the mind. but they recognise a future government might reverse that as a day draws to a close more sheep being rounded up, the farmers have grave concerns about the impact of toxic waste on the land and waterways. the sheep thrive on their water will feed for it and the sea will be processed and then we will be process. i will not never accept the mining the queen land the coast her have been keep going in 1000 years and not many people could. so rise here and says be strong to live here in greenland. long ago the viking saw the potential of this part of greenland. and as the ice sheet melts, make you more mining sites accessible. interesting agreements, rich resources will only increase mcclark al jazeera kathy, also greenland. and you can watch net clarks planet s o s special report from
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greenland in full. coming up at o $830.00 g m t on friday air out is era. a plan for a daring rescue of 3 dogs trapped by lava from the eruption of okay, now in the canary islands is on stand by after an unexpected turn of events, an unprecedented drone operation had been preparing to rescue them. but they weren't spotted during a test flight in the area. the drain operators say the emaciated dogs may have hidden to escape the heat. at the drone company organizing the mission instead saw human footprints and a banner reading. the dogs are fine. they've been delivering small packages of food to dogs over the past 2 weeks. it's always been above than m. austin almost all of it. but other than what we are read now, we have everything calculate. yes, we have the material for the rest, your column any day. one of those it is true, they can, will be hidden on many areas. and right now did this. he could, we might not see them, but we are axial with everything. my, you house, go. the camels still had to snooze out. the top seat is knocked out of the kremlin
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cup tennis tournament in moscow. peter will be here with the action. and during the war and trade, find out how much big john b triceratops. fetched at auction in paris? ah.
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with whole ah ah. done for sport, his peter. thank you, lauren. the n b a is facing the prospect of another backlash in china after boston celtics player in has cancer described the chinese prison she, gene ping as a brutal dictator. just doing
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a social media video promoting tobate's and independence. brutal dictator of china . she, jupiter, i have a message for you and your henchmen. i will say again, again and again loud and clear. i hope you hear me. free 2 beds. free 2 boats. free to play. basketball is the most popular us sport in china, but celtics games, harmful ready been wiped from the schedules of the n. b a's chinese broadcast corporate in st. some citizens in china also calling for a boycott of the club, one high ranking chinese official at the ministry of foreign affairs, dismissed counters, comments each other. the basketball player you mentioned is tried to grandstand on tibet related issues to draw attention. such fallacies are not worth refuting retrieval on the whiny, we welcome people who are unbiased and uphold objective positions from all over the world to visit to bet. meanwhile, we will by no means accept any attacks and smears on to best development and
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progress. the n b s relationship with china has been strained in recent years in 2019 a major route developed when the vin houston rockets, general manager dowell maury tweeted support for democracy protesters in hong kong . it led to several chinese bold. costas and sponsors cutting ties with the in bay can to himself as no stranger. the controversy also describes turkeys president rich of type ur to one of the dictator. cancer grew up in turkey, but his passport was revoked in 2017. after the government they accused him of terrorism. he's n b, a games are still censored. they and he does not travel abroad with his team through fear of arrest. cancer didn't play in the celtics defeat to the new york knicks on wednesday, but it was a better season opener for the chicago bulls. they made a slow start against the detroit pistons, though. they were trailing after the 2nd quarter, but jack levine then spoke the men to life the all star god who won
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a gold medal with tv usa at the tokyo olympics, called 15 of these 30 full points in the 3rd quarter to inspire the bulls to victory jeremy grant slid the pestilence. we're 24 points, but missed the chance to tie the game with 50 seconds left as chicago, one of 9488 micheler york, it showed why he was named last season's m. v p. as he put in another big performance to lead the denver nuggets to a win of the phoenix suns in their 1st game of the season, the serbian school 27 points and grab 13 rebounds. and how about this for a block from erin gordon on devin booker as the sons of bees in 11098. in the euroleague league club, monica managed to run away when ever dutch side psv eindhoven on thursday. i run a cli enough. the opening goal of the night for monica was scored by a dutchman, midfielder myron boy do knitting in the 20th minute to set the visitors on their way. cody huck bow level to matters for p a. c. and it looked like the match was
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hitting for a draw place at the top of group real. was the reward for the winner of this match and was just one minute of normal time remaining sophia. and it said the winning goal for monica at the kremlin cup tennis tournament in moscow, russian top seat and a rube left was dumped out in the 2nd round on thursday. the home fence would no doubt have hope to replace, could provide them with a russian winner this year. but world number 51 from france, adrienne manor reno had other ideas. group live actually, celebration is 23rd birthday just the day before this match meant arena. clearly not in the mood to hand out any gift flow. the frenchman winning in 3 sets to reach the quarter finals, scotland of qualified for the 2nd run of crickets t 20 world cup of the easing, paused co host. so mon, on thursday by 8 wickets. the oman is had a chance of reaching the next stage known as the super 12, a bad to win here in front of a home supporters of the 20
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o. as they were all out for $122.00. they both had no answer to the scottish betters, though the scots scoring the winning runs with 3 overs despair. there'll be a group to alongside of gunny sand pakistan, india and new zealand. bangladesh will join the scots in the super 12 after they hammered proper new guinea. by ac fall runs. batting. first muff mandala. top scored with 50 as the bangladesh. she's posted 181 for 7. papa new guinea never even got close. there were all out for just $97.00, jackie bol, our son, helping himself to for wickets. bangladesh will feature in group one of the next phase where they are grouped with england, australia, south africa, and the west indies. now watch out for some flesh photography hears football. a mammoth cellar comes face to face with himself, the egypt and lovable star unveiled versa. lifesize wax work at madame tussaud's in london. so real a thick bird. liverpool will be happy that they have the real thing fella. has started the season brilliantly with 12 goals and 11 games. and that's all the sport
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this lauren back to you in london. thanks pete. and now are 66000000 year old dinosaur skeleton. nicknamed it. and john has sold it for $6400000.00 at auction. at 8 meters long, it's the largest triceratops ever discovered. remains were sold in paris for about 6 times the initial estimate, illustration in scowl, suggest the dance or died in a fight. it is being acquired by an american collector and that individual is absolutely thrill with the idea of being able to bring a piece like this to his personal use. it's a piece that we saw and initially fell in love with it. the history behind this an beecher ation of it is absolutely impressive. so to be able to be a part of preserving something of this nature that was actually found. u. s. in south dakota is also something extremely special. and that's it for me, aren't
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a the 1st news out. i'll be back in just a few minutes with another for anna, for days, news actually much washing bye for now. i ah and a manager is approaching a tipping point in the lead up to the club 26 climates summit al jazeera showcases programs dedicated to one veiling the realities, but the climate emergency witnesses green films documenting the human experience on
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the front line planet at the wet report from green and on how the rapid rate of melting ice is having a profound effect on the population. people empower us why politicians have been so unaffected in fighting climate change. folk lines investigates how rising temperatures of fueling a water war in the u. s. l just, they were well shows how a community in senegal is dependent on the preservation of the natural resources. the screen takes the fight, the 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, china has been very strategic in the way to expanding his reach in indian ocean. what is it? and we bring you the stories and of an apprentice for the rapidly changing the world we live in without being national aid. what do you think is going to happen?
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the afghani common counting the coast on al jazeera. ah, my algebra with mm. a gang leader threatened to kill the foreign missionary group kidnapped in haiti. if he doesn't get $17000000.00. ah, norton taylor, this is down to 0. live from london. also coming up. i got huge crowds marks to saddam's capital as rival groups make different demands over
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