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on a creek so caught increase, got a height $28.00 degrees. it will also be white. sandy ivory coast abidjan 27 season . ah. but when an ethiopian mother put her daughter up for adoption, she knew little of what was to come with family. bon separate, 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 in the country with an abundance of results for the trade bar and walk indonesia whose turns forming we moved the ball to grow and frock. we balanced for green economy, blue economy, and the digital economy. with the new job creation law,
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indonesia is progressively ensuring the policy reform to create quality jobs. investment. let be part when denise is growth and progress. invest indonesia. now lou ah ah hello. you're watching out a 0. i'm emily anglin, a reminder about top stories. his hour a you ladies are debating how to respond to the growing number of migrants in refugees and training to the blog. with non member bella, ruth's accused of helping undocumented people crosses borders. if the wine is president, has called for a new migration patent, united nations is blaming south sedans,
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was floods in 16 years on climate change. entire villages have been swept away. they un refugee agency says 700000 people have been affected. and haiti's national police chief has resigned after protests against deteriorating security and gang violence. workers have been on general strikes since monday. following the abduction of a group of christian missionaries, a cinematographer has been killed and a director injured after actor. alec baldwin fired a malfunctioning prop gun on a film set in new mexico. please say an investigation is now underway, and baldwin has been questioned voluntarily. no charges have been filed, victoria gate and b reports. the shooting happened here were to popular filming location in santa fe and his raise serious questions in hollywood about how something like this could possibly occur. please say
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a prop gum was fired during filming for the movie rust and 19th century weston in which alec baldwin plays the lead. they're investigating how it was fired of what project all came out of it. 2 people were hit, helena hutchins, who was the cinematographer. she was airlifted to hospital, but pronounced dead. the director joe sousa was also injured, but has since been released from hospital. the production company has said this was a theme being filmed with blanks in the prop gone. the police haven't confirmed that, but a spokesman for the santa fe county sheriffs office confirmed offices, interviewed alec baldwin, shortly after the shooting, saying he provided statements and answered their questions. he came in voluntarily and he left the building after he finished his interviews. no charges have been filed, a no arrests have been made. alaina hutchins has been described by colleagues as a brilliant talent who was committed to aught into film. she was named as a rising star by the american society of cinematographers 2 years ago. the company
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making the movie say that providing counseling services to every one connected with it, victoria gate and be al jazeera, a 2016 report by the associated press says 43 people have died on us. film says since 1990 randomly, the son of hong kong films di brucely was fatally shot on the side of the cro. in 1993, a bullet that was lodged in the guns barrel was ejected by blank rounds 5 during the same. in 2002 actions died vin diesel stunt double died or trying to paris al, under a bridge in prague. it was the 2nd tag after a 1st successful attempt, and in 2017, the production of dead pool 2 was find almost $300000.00. when a stunt woman died in a motorcycle crash that st. her through a glass window. let's bring in at benjamin leon eighty's and kind of he's an instructor at firearm training for film and tay. hello,
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there. benjamin. thanks for joining us. first of all, can you explain how something like this could have unfolded in the us? why things are these are better way? yes. there's absolute when it comes to firearms, a lot of times they are just pops up. i comedy. speculate on this one. but if it was to say, could just be like what you just mentioned when the quote where something is launched inside the bow, where you're firing clients, you've got the explosion. i want to, in this way, is going to be a project though. and of course, in this case, could be lethal. can you explain exactly how a prop gun works? well, what is it that it could be anything? it could just be a robot gundy could just be plastic. it could be a sauce if we look at john wick, everything is, is off. so this gas power just only gas inside to move the top of the pistol to simulate the shooting. so these are very say nobody is going to get her. so what i
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mean, it can be anything in the u. k. the right is that we have a top engine. so if you defy any grains, nothing is going to come out of the muzzle out of the fun part of the explosion is from a talk show. i really tell me over there how that what happened a be interesting to really find out that such a bad story. it really is benjamin obviously you're any casey, you're familiar with the practices there. so tell us a little bit about what mechanisms are in place from a trading perspective, and add a sufficient enough to think they are when you on sets. everything is everyone's got to part to play as far as buy arms, they'll hire in a professional. they'll provide those firearms and a lot of times those same before, this is not real firearms. a lot of times they're plastic and they just pops that do nothing. and like, you know,
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a lot of things back behind the scenes is never what we think. so when i was in, he's responsible for those pops firearms. every time i did use the one he's going to be that that will not disappear or go anywhere. if they were to go somewhere they would leave off with. he will give the sufficient training needed for the start building with ongoing training with advising to the director is good to read that you get these, these things happen. it. benjamin. what other ramifications do you think as a result of what's happened here in the u. s. in your experience in the k, will they continue on filming what's likely to happen in the coming days and weeks and it would be hard for them to see when things happen. i guess some people die with something like this. it's so shock. and i think it will affect their production and it will hold it for it's just not good news,
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you know is going to affect it. but like if we can, they are going to carry on. they are going to carry on going. it is going to stop the issues. hopefully we can find out what happens and learn from that mistakes a mistake is being made. this doesn't happen all the time when it comes to firearms . yes, things do happen with stance, as you mentioned, but firearms. this is not happened because they do not use firewalls. so be interesting to see what happens. learn from those mistakes and really stop this will happen again. very good point to end on thank you for your insights. benjamin leon eighty's in ca, to thank you. thank you pro democracy protest seen as were tany, have been banned as envoys from other south african countries. begin mediation and delegation from the southern african development community has met with king ms. wanting. dozens of demonstrators have been killed or injured in the light is cracked down on protest is and hashtag a name reports from the capitol. busy by nini,
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moth zable z abu cannot 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 is a long time community and h. i. v activist. the self employed father of 5 is now an amputee. i am fighting. oh, i wanted to see a time where our life would be better than div the when. if i'm sitting here why the lake crying in vegas is throwing me because i know what to have been 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 ma swati of living lavishly while ignoring the poverty in this country. 1.1000000 people, amnesty international says more than 80 people have been killed and more than
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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 coven 19 is over, we ready to engage. but it is important to note that an engagement must be in an environment of
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calm. you know, it must be in an environment of peace. protestors including kootenay are showing no sign of ending their unprecedented push for democracy. 35 years after gaining independence. i would fight until it is possible. they cut on that, that it and they both didn't have him. there had been until they cut my i had to put that in the new house built the beam of 3 the so i would know still the government says it will continue to restrict access to social media and ban protests. it sees as a security threat in order to restore the p and natasha named joins us live now from amber. bonnie natasha. what's the latest from that sac delegations visit? well, our know details are forth. we do know that on the days on boys from the african development community with kate,
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miss lottie also know that this afternoon plays are going to be leading political parties. know about political parties, martini, they have since 1970. what that means is allowed to field candidates, and for the 59, the parliament which people king the 40, the other 10 members of we spoke member of the largest political pretty here and it's why she didn't. he doesn't expect much out of this meeting, but he is ensure that their buyers are known and these they want, they want democracy. if they want taking this body to step packing opposition, map protest dot using the anti the laws to silence them. the, the man we spoke to, but he also wants justice for these scores of service who have either been injured
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or filled. now eldest with the deputy prime minister here, a nice why teeny on thursday said there can be dialogue though with also society with a violent contained 1st apologies. we'll move on from that very audio quality was just too poor. that was natasha name reporting for us. thank you to us now and the house of representatives has voted to hold donald trump for life. they've been and in contempt of congress, the attorney general will now decide whether to prosecute bannon for refusing to cooperate with an investigation into the storming of the capital. in january, he has ignored a subpoena from the investigating committee. alan fisher has the light, it's from washington, d. c. was on the boat as far as the thinks of january committee is concerned, is getting to the bottom of what exactly happened, who knew what and when the democrats expected to win this,
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they were pleasantly surprised that they managed to get 9 republicans to join them and voting for the contempt charge. 7 of them actually voted for. don't thompson peach min way back in january, 2 of them? probably a bit of a surprise, but then in tight districts. and so they probably didn't want to be those people who supported undefended steve band and given that that might alienate waters in the next couple of elections. so they were very careful about spot that a federal has already been sent to the department of justice medic, garland who is the attorney general has said in the last day or so that they will look at the facts and they will look at the evidence and then we will make a decision steep on and was of course, a very close advisor to donald trump. he fell out with them, but he was still friends with them and helped him up to the election in november last year. and in january the 1st, the day before the incident on capitol hill on his podcast,
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he said that all hell is going to break loose to morrow. just that phrase was enough for, for a less cheney a leading republican. and someone who's also on the 6th of january committee to tell congress that, and that alone means that the banner has questions to answer. at least 16 people have died after a fire broke out at a russian factory. it happened at a chemical plant in the town of las neu, several others have been injured more than 175 fighters as searching for people who were still missing. hundreds of school children have stormed the democratic republic of congo, parliament building here demanding the government, made the teachers demands to and to strike that stopped lessons for more than 2 weeks. the teachers went on strike at the start of the month to protest against not being paid, and the retirement age voted,
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blessing me bubbly. your place isn't in the street so you belong at school. and if you not at school, you should be at home. so i'd like to say here that the teachers who are demanding an improvement of their living conditions to better a they must make those demands themselves. instead of using you students to hong kong now and schools there have been told to play the chinese national anthem. it's part of an effort to forge close a bonds with mainland china, but critics argue it marks a further erosion of the territories freedoms as rob mcbride reports. school life in hong kong has quickly come to reflect the changes taking place, city wide. from next year, schools will be required to hold national flag raising ceremonies like this one, at least once a week and play the chinese national anthem. and lessons about hong kong, national security law have become part of the curriculum with no one it seems too
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young to learn. what is the national security aimed attending months of social unrest and riots? critic say the law has severely curved free speech, but the probate gin camp says it's restored order and students must learn about it . you wanted to teach the younger generation to learn more about why we need the national security. i think every country they must have their national security law because paul tapped their people put out the country sol iving hong kong is not a sensor at the height of the protest, some of the most violent clashes happened on college campuses and 40 percent of the people arrested were high school or college students. it means the cities classrooms are at the center of efforts to change how the youth think and act that
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the university of hong kong, one of the last memorials on chinese soil, to the 1989 tiana mon square crack down is under threat of being removed and most of the city student unions are no longer functioning. critics say teaching about national security is part of a wider effort to curb all forms of descent. i think the goal is to change the behavior of the people of hong kong, and they're doing this through intimidation there during this through telling them what they should do. they want that behavior change 2 years ago, during the protests, carrie led a boy out of classes at her high school and says, teaching the national security law will undermine critical thinking. first of all, i think this has limited what all thoughts in learning and studying. i think we do not have any freedom of thought, freedom of speech in the future,
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but this time she won't be taking any action to do so, could cost her her freedom. robert bride al jazeera hong kong chinese property giant ever grant has narrowly avoided a formal default, and instead the group reportedly wide $83500000.00 to a trustee, count on thursday for bond interest payment days before it's repayment deadline. it's mr. multiple payments in the past month. every grant is the world's most indebted property developer. owing $300000000000.00, still ahead on al jazeera stepped carry sinks, $45.00 points as the golden state warriors rack up. another wind in the and bay that's coming out with gemma in school. ah.
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a good time now. and he's jim and jim, there's some big news out of door hot today. well, yeah, a big sporting occasion right here and can talk because in a few hours time, we'll see the latest wild cup stadium to be involved here. the alsco mama stadium is hosting. this is a comp, final design is based on a fear which is the traditional cap warned by men and boys across the middle east. it holds up to $40000.00 fans and next year it will host games in the group stage 3 to the quarter finals of cut out 2022 off to the world cup, half of the seating will be removed and transported to developing nations to provide supporting infrastructure for today's game, it seems to, well, when it's go, head to head as coaches from france defend the law, belong is in charge of al ryan, and i are up against our staff to coach by jumpy ball. selena and spain hero is
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impressed by the new ground on my nurse to study. when i'm at home. it is a wonderful stadium. i am sure the final will be spectacular for the fans, for the players, for me as a coach. and we can already anticipate the atmosphere. this is just top level, all the infrastructure here is excellent. it is a privilege to take part in the integration of such a stadium as we did previously with the leaf and national algebra move. and i had been ali and faith are already looking for venue to host games at the world cup off the cat in the united states. mexico and canada on a fee for officials are in missouri to inspect the arrowhead stadium, which is one of the kansas city chiefs and f l team. kansas city is one of 17 us that he's a bidding to host matches in 2026. the u. s. last heist woke up in 1994. the question. so we've, we've got outstanding our, with regards to the stadium so, so 1st and foremost, dupage, we want to see the,
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the dimensions on the areas around the bridge is all the different areas of a stadium that go into making the world cup. then, you know, we are, have fun sporting events in our community, but this is a world event. this is the largest event in the world. so when you think about what's up, feel like big people, world companies, bigger than, that's why we need to peer to baseball. on an epic performance by chris taylor's kept the la dodgers alive in their playoff series against the atlanta braves. he smashed as 3 home runs in game 5, which the defending world series champions needed to win to avoid elimination. any 10 other players in history of hit 3 homes and a preseason game, including the great bay, bruce, the dodgers, $1112.00 in cost. atlanta is lead to 3 to a rule for the series. it now has back to atlanta where the braves will have to walk chances to reach their 1st well series. since 1999. i haven't really thought about that. you know, it's definitely
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a real feeling for me. i never thought of in, at 3 homer's and again let alone a game and still hasn't really sunk in the n b i. golden state warriors coach steve car says he continues to be blown away by steph curry, the tea time, m v p. put in an incredible performance lead to site to a narrow victory over the los angeles slip is curry, show you why he's the reigning n b. a score and champion, as he contributed 45 points, 25 of those came in the 1st quarter, which tied his career high for points in the 1st quarter of a game. golden state as you get 115 to 113. there's just a couple of days before the high anticipated cricket clash between india and pakistan in the t 20 world cup sunday's game and is in dubai, which plays into india's hands as the indian. primarily because they're only just being played in the u a. the 2 countries only face each other in i c c tournament
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because all other forms of cricket relations all suspended in the haven't loss of pakistan at a wildcard since 1975 and for the pakistan player. madame another agrees as a do started. favorite indian team has been the last when the plays have been for the last month or so. and then have a much more balance on the paper of a strong when on the any given the bugs that it's capable of when, when it's any other country like so many of them have a good spectacle. and then to meet up again later on in the scotland, you'll get the chance to face india and pakistan after reaching the main draw of the t 20 world cup for the 1st time they beat co host oman by 8 wickets in the final game of the group stage, following victories over bangladesh and pap and guinea. russia's angelina monica has taken the all around title at the wild autistic gymnastics championships. events being held in japan when mounted over one team goes and brahms in the around
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and picks a few months ago that this time she came home from foster impressive performances on the vote and even vas, beam and flaw americans mobiles and all around. and then pick gold medalist annisa lee had opted out of the competition thing in japan, the masters golf champion had jackie about, si alma has taken the lead those championship playing and cold and wet conditions. he shot into under par, round of $68.00 on friday. that puts him a one shot clear that's off of the leaderboard. to form the one. and louis hamilton says he expects a very tight bustle. it was back to the staff and sundays united states grand prix . the staff and leads hamilton in the drive is standing by 6 points with 6 races remaining. one of the closest title races is so their relationship change this season as their rivalry intensify. like last year we would see each other the tracking list say hi. we'll do the same thing this time, this year as no different for me personally. the staff and may not be hamilton
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favorite person, but he certainly well liked by spectators. and a recent poll of over 167000 f one fans. he was voted most popular driver. my life is live. that's what i always wanted. and now i can happily retire. but actually only 12 people voted. yeah. makes sense? probably all my friends know. i mean, it's, of course, very nice to see friends voting for you, but of course, that's not what i'm here for you. i'm here to win races and tried to do the best i can, but it's great that there are 12 people out there who like nissan. actually maybe 13. if i had like, i would be he had record of that and he's certainly been getting into this fair to things in texas. well, i'm overwhelmed with excitement because it's been a long time since elaine here. so max is about the crowd laughter next to me, but budget go, i really can tell you my excel one more. uh huh
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. that is all your support from me for now. i have more for you later. as of these are known for being very funny, james. all right, thanks for that. that's all from us here at the news. our state, you know more news shortly. ah. mm hm. november oh, now to sierra, also a year of turbulent weather. well, lead us gather in glasgow for crucial summit on the battle against climate change. emmy award winning 4 lines goes beyond the headlines, investigating the untold stories across the u. s. 1000000 in car gast,
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on both in parliamentary elections under a new constitution. and more than a year after the lawful trigger, a political, quite immersive personal short documentary africa direct showcases african stories from african filmmakers, china marks $100.00 days until it host the winter olympics. but how will the pandemic and cause for a boy impact the sporting events, november on out jazeera in 1958 charles de gaulle made a famous speech in algeria. i thought he could not hold back the tide about jerry and independence, or keep francis colonies in africa and the pacific. in the final episode of the al jazeera explores how the long and bitter fight for the french empire still resonates today. aladdin tis french, the colonization on al jazeera and talked to al jazeera. we ask,
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how would you describe taliban relationship with the us? we listen, copied my tedious, not hopeful, copied 19th. nesbitt, terrible demonstration of the failure of human stories that we meet with global news makers. and talk about the stories that matter on outreach, sierra. ah lithuania calls for a new european packs on migration and a fence along the blocks border to tackle the influx of arrivals from bellows. ah, you're watching al jazeera life from a headquarters in south. i'm daddy now the guys are also coming up. millions are forced from their homes as climate change fuels,
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hunger and conflict in africa. so how regent hollywood, dr. alec baldwin fires, malfunctioning prop gun.


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