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documentary seriously the 25th anniversary of al jazeera telling the story of the channels launch. ah, now it became a recognized global brand. ah, this story of al jazeera, a unique path. ah well ladies of the g 20 summit agreed to take strong action to limit global warming . but many said the meeting fell short of expectations. ah, i remember on calling the south zera life from dell also coming up. a warning that the world is headed into uncharted territories with more weather related challenges
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. a z m. u and climate. some it gets under way. process grew since it on cove. i strike against the military as pro democracy, demonstrators barricade roads in the capitol. ourselves government reaches a deal with the band political parties and protest, demanding the release of his leader and the expulsion of the french ambassador. ah ok, now on climate change or pay a much higher price later. that's the warning from italy's prime minister as the g . 20 summit wrapped up in rome, ladies agreed to keep global warming at 1.5 degrees celsius. but there was no target date as i achieve. net 0 carbon emissions. where the you and climate conference now underway in glasgow. environmentalists had hoped for a bigger breakthrough adam rainy ripples on the final day of the g. 20 summit leaders from the world's biggest economies visited one of rooms,
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most famous tourist sites. trevi fountain, its beauty was one. they all could agree on more difficult, was hammering out a concrete plan to tackle the climate crisis. the final communique, characterized by compromise and vague language stated that member countries are committed to reaching net 0 emissions or carbon neutrality by or around mid century . they did agree to stop funding the building of coal plants and poor countries. they set no target. however, for phasing out domestic coal use, italian prime minister, who hosted the summit, tried to focus on what he saw as success, samuel, you, she deep in this sense. so deep, we managed to keep our dreams alive, to commit to further measures and gigantic allocations of money. you further pledges of reductions, and that's the success given that in recent months, it seemed that the emerging countries in particular, had no into of making over the commitments. yona, british prime minister boris johnson,
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was clearly disappointed for the group's failure to make more ambitious commitments . the solution to climate change is clear. it lies in consigning dirty fossil fuels like co to history in ditching gas guzzling modes of transport. and recognizing the role that nature plays in preserving life on this planet, leaders acknowledged the need to close the covet 19 vaccine gap by helping to boost supplies with the goal of vaccinating 70 percent of the world's population. by mid 2022. important talks took place on the sidelines. sunday, u. s. president joe biden highlighted the environmental benefits of a deal. he announced with the e u that rolled back trump era tariffs on steel and aluminum. the united states. the european union have agreed to negotiate the roles 1st trade grant based on how much carbon is in a product. environmental groups are concerned that if the g 20 a group of 19 countries in the e, you can't make binding commitments,
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it will be even tougher for delegates from 200 countries. now, meeting in glasgow to agree on concrete steps to keep global warming at 1.5 degrees celsius side to say, that's needed to avert the worse projections of climate disaster. adarine, i'll jazeera rome. the lead is also reaffirm the commitment to contribute a $100000000000.00 annually to help developing nations fight global warming. earlier we spoke to the president of malory, who told us that financial aid is key to helping poor countries deal with the climate crisis. if you talk about new technologies, because we still need to have electricity, we still need to have industrialization. we still need to have a foot sufficiency, so that people move away from subsistence farming to farming that is commercialize and mechanize. now how do you do that without the power? now, the new technologies,
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they are extremely expensive. if we don't have financing with debt levels that are choke in such nations as i represent, it's impossible. with the g 20 summit wrapped up the focus now turns the u. s. cope 26. climate talks in glasgow or environmental editor. nicholas is the they were hoping that they would use the g twenty's as spring board or of momentum into coat 20. say something. everybody's very disappointed with it is give it some perspective. so you had the parts agreement back in 2015, where the world agreed to keep the temperatures from rising beyond 2 degrees celsius, ideally one and a half to re celsius. 6 is all we now know that to to re celsius is too much. we're already at 1 point one milli, 1.2. and already we've seen catastrophic, extreme weather, especially this year. so for the g 20 to grasp to acknowledge that 1.5 is the target is a good thing, but it doesn't have enough half to what were the words urging meaningful and
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effective action. but agreeing few specific measures i spoke to one, observe a hair and she said that if the g $22.00 is meant to be a dress rehearsal, the cop $26.00, and they fluffed their lines. so as world leaders shift their attention from the g 20 and others around the world, join them here in glasgow over the next couple of days, you can be sure that the developing nations will be exerting as much pressure as possible for the leaders, especially of the big misses to up their commitments while the poor at asians, the well the looking to cult 26. looking to this conference, a full world leaders for nations around the world as a step up their action and help them out to help developing countries. the head of the world meteorological organization as warn the planet is headed into uncharted territory. as temperatures continue to rise, this negative trend in climate will continue for the coming the gates anyhow, so we will see more or climate better. lady delancy, sir, and the bad news is that we have all reeves such
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a high concentration of carbon dioxide that the melting of laziness, and snow and ice and sea level rise will continue for much longer time full for the coming hundreds of years. calendar was shown as the ceo of i forest, the international forum for environmental sustainability and technology. he joins us live from new delhi, chandra, the g 20. they couldn't agree on concrete measures to get down to 1.5 degrees celsius. so cope 2016 bar. they climate change summit, there is a complete bust before him. he began right. well, i am got his feet hopeful. i g 20 did agreed to 1.5 c. of course i would have expected them to discuss more on next 0 on finance. so both sides didn't do enough, developed and developing countries. my hope is bad at glasgow of expression from
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the rest of a 170 odd countries. civil society young campaigners be will be able to move the bought a little bit more. i believe that this is not the last gob or the last international meeting. their decision has to be taken next year is also important. so got going to 6 is going to move to bob that i am confident how much it will move the bod. we will have to see, but challenge cope one. leave the ball now or at club $26.00 and still nothing concrete. nothing's changing. and yet you're telling us you're cautiously optimistic. i can't really see how that is well done. over the last 25 year year. you are absolutely right. we are still a fossil fuel dependent. 134 to $5.00 energy comes from fossil fuel. our greenhouse gas emissions are under, it got high, but there is also positive things that are happening. a technology is becoming
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cheaper green technologies of. 1 the believe back a green industrialization is just, you know, behind the horizon, but is going to take place in next few years. these are positive tanks be, should not discard these positive tanks. if we go over the positive frame of mind, maybe maybe we will get something positive out of classical. but going with a pessimistic frame of mind is not going to take us anywhere. so i am gay as a say, i am gosh leslie optimistic that we will get something more than what we've got in rome on climate change at glasgow. it's an interesting thing that you mentioned earlier. you talked about, look at the g 20 didn't come up with anything concrete, but they did a least accept what needed to be done. the other countries are going to put pressure on the g 20. this could mean that something might change, but all of those countries are developing nations that don't have the money to be able to put this in place. and if they did have the money, probably the last thing they would spend on is something like climate change. when
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the hunger poverty, education, and things are that to be addressed in those countries, how much does it need? how much does climate change need to be right at the top of the agenda for everybody? i think it has 2 kids. i get the top of theirs yet, and that's what everybody simply because climate change is going to impact baldwood, the hunger development, all the issues that we'd get about last year. india, for example, lost 87000000000 dollars, 3.25 percent of their g, d, b because of climate impacts. these numbers are even higher for some of the african countries. so if you do not address climate change, even have more hunger, more poverty and board development. so it has to be right at the top of the agenda . but what you said is all equally important that where do we get investments? where do we get money in developing countries to move to green economy? now that's where i think developing countries will have to cross the iron. they
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have not done enough on climate finance. they do not want good discuss lawson damage and a $100000000.00. you know, that is a very small amount of money. oil city countries have a population of about 1500000000. $100000000.00 means that every person in or you see the is going to contribute just $80.00 every year on climate finance. i'm sure they can afford more to save the planet. and therefore, the finance deal is going to be very, very important. and glasgow. and my hope is that developed countries including bodies, johnson who are sorta who so concerned about ever jade a standard and, and as much ambitious, a finance the like gospel turnover song, thank you very much for your thoughts. live there from new delhi. thank you. thank you. yet man's information minister says his he rebels have killed
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a number of civilians in the city of money. he says 29. people are killed or injured in the strike and it comes off to saudi state. media reported the saudi led coalition had killed at least 218 who fees in murray in the past 3 days. now the who these began the push to take control of the all rich province in september. but eve is the last stronghold of the internationally government rental, actually recognize government and the u. n. z s. u and chief is holding on to don's generals to reverse, to take over power. it comes a day after hundreds of 1000 people rightly to denounce the military rule. the sudanese teachers committee is called for a strike in all states. him, morgan has the latest from hall to where on one of the main roads incident, capital, hudson, central business district, and normally on a normal day around this time, which is mid afternoon in hot assume the roads are jammed with scars and the shops are open and that's because this road connects to many state institutions and many banking institutions in the heart of the capital. but right now,
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there are very few cars on the streets and many shop remain closed. and this is a week after the military take over. now today is the 1st day of the work and we many people here say that they are very wary and they're very uncertain of the coming days. it's also they often nationwide protest people calling for the release of prime minister, the lamb bill, and his cabinet members who are arrested on monday when the military took over many protests of have called on people to join a civil disobedience movement. and to join general strikes protests of at residential levels, have a barricade along the main roads and add their neighborhoods to try to get more people to join the civil disobedience movement. but to also make sure that there are fewer people going to work to show the army that they are still protesting against that take over some of the main roads and bridges that were blocked by the military leading to the capital, one of whom have been opened with the exception of 2 bridges, but there are also streets that have been cleared off the barricade set by the
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protest as the army says that it wants to be life returned to normal as a way to form their civilian transitional government, which should be led by the military until elections are held in july 2023, but protested they, they're not going to wait for the formation of that government and see what it looks like. they calling for more protest in the coming days. but in the meantime, they say they will leave every means available to show the army that they're not happy with the pick over. and they want every parent to democratic process that was already under way before the army over through the government. on monday, the still ahead on out is there a on fish? i got to tell you that the position is, is unchanged. told to resolve a phishing dispute between the you came, france remains stagnant. despite the meeting between the 2 countries, leaders and families have been fishing on this lake in malawi, for generations. we look at why the way of life is changing. ah,
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ah, look forward to brutus goes through with sponsored point cutter. it weighs hello there. let's start in south asia and there's more wet weather on the way for southern parts of india and shall anchor. you can see that dense cloud just sitting over that area. bringing heavy rain to tell will not do and put the cherry where we have got amber alerts out, as well as the northern areas of sri lanka. now we have seen some flooding from this heavy rain. we could see more of that. but as we go further north, the showers continue across central areas. it does dry up though, as we head towards new delhi, lots of fine and dry weather here. sunshine coming through as a similar story for much of pakistan. a lot of that heat building around those coastal areas, not as we head to the northeast, it remains rather dry for much of bangladesh. it's further east that we are seeing the wetter weather's we make our way to china. we've got
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a weather system that's curling up from northern parts of vietnam, and that's bringing some heavy rain to this area as well as quite a lot of cloud color to the west. but to the east, it is a much finer. enjoy a picture sunshine for shanghai, and it's looking milder in beijing. the temperature sitting in the mid teens sunshine breaking through that cloud. and it will be a similar story for the korean peninsula. once that wet and windy weather swirls off to northern parts of japan, that sure weather update. oh, the weather sponsored by casara always ah, the stage is said and it's time for a different approach. one that is going to challenge the way you thing. we're ditching the sound bites and we're digging into the issues from international politics to the global pandemic. and everything in between. join me as i take on the large, dismantled misconceptions and debate the contradictions upfront with
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me, mark lamond hill on out 0. ah ah, you're watching out a reminder all top stories is our world late is meeting at the g 20 summit in rome of agreed to keep global warming at 1.5 degrees celsius. but the conference ended with no commitment on how to achieve net 0 carbon emissions by 2050 environmentalists at home for a big breakthrough. as the focus of world leaders now shifts to glasgow for the cop 26 climate change summit, they're expected to discuss their plans to commit a to cut emissions view and as it should on general's reverse,
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to take over power. it comes a day off to hundreds of thousands. it rallied to denounce the military rule. the sudanese teaches committee has called for a strike in all states of saddam japan's rolling liberal democratic party and its coalition partners have secured a comfortable majority in sundays, general election prime minister fermi. okay. she does, party has lost some seeds and lower house with his popularity hit by sluggish economy and pandemic recovery. but the newly elected leader has enough to keep the l. d. p. 's historic holden power in japan. the vote was seen as a key test for casita is any lead the party for month. a 24 year old man dresses. the joke from the batman comic books has attacked 17 people on a tokyo train line in japan. in a video uploaded to social media passengers could be seen at fleet carriages. many were headed into the city center for halloween gatherings. witnesses held local media. the attack was under the knife, was trying to sort fire. police arrested
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a suspect at the scene. talk his hands, governments as his reached agreement with suppose of a bind political party. they've been marching towards the capital, demanding the release of their detained lida coil, hide a husband from a slow mud after intense negotiations that locked it for a while. dread all word late into the night or the government on the committee announced that dad raised an agreement with the proscribed derek l. up back by august on i took all off. if rotate details of that agreement, i have not been di wise. it should be remembered that for the past due week ra will be in d, and it's lum abad. have been cut off from the rest of the country. this particular product has already caught hundreds of millions of dollars and lot days there are containers full of goggle, which have been detained and i used as roadblock. the people of gotten it. some abad have eved a sigh of relief,
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and you can see the traffic is now coming back to normal, that they go to 14, they're still on alert. everybody will now be watching to see how disagreement is implemented. and render marcher will be able to go back from what did i bought from where they were threatening a modern islamabad? so indeed, an interesting there rela men and some relieve, as far as this particular knew, this concern. thousands of physicians, woodson, georgia, have protested against the results of saturdays run off local elections. the ruling georgia dream party, 119 of the 20 city in district elections. and that includes merrill offices and the countries 5 largest cities. the opposition alleges vote for the elections were overshadowed by the rest of former president because sack is really is returned to georgia from excel was seen as an attempt to boost opposition support friends present. emmanuel mcroy has told the u. k prime, and he said that the ball is in britain's court regarding an escalating dispute and
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fishing rights. they met on the sidelines of the g 20 in rome, but failed to reach the agreement. alex here, brian reports, side by side at rome's famous, trevi fountain, french president, emanuel macro and british prime minister parish johnson, appeared to be in good humor. but behind the smiles, the escalating tensions between their 2 countries showed no sign of letting up a meeting away from the cameras. failing to bring them closer to agreement, met no labor in off gone. now the ball is in their court. if the british don't make a move, obviously that measures that a plan from the 2nd of november onwards will have to be put in place because it will be a no going fund. and the ball is in there. it is called really been it. france has accused the u. k. a flouting a post breaks a tray deal by failing to give french fishermen enough licenses to operate in british waters and outlined a series of sanctions if they weren't granted. if the dispute is not resolved by
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tuesday, france, we'll go ahead with a series of what it's called, targeted measures at ports like this along the coast. british fishing vessels will undergo stricter security checks and they may not be able to dock to unload their catch. they'll also be long time consuming health and safety checks for trucks going to or from the u. k. caught up in the debate this british trula. it was seized off the port of last well thursday. it's captain accused of fishing and french waters without a lie central. but you don't know when you're looking at the company that owns the boat says it's being used as a porn. and the dispute, the british prime minister, has said the seizure wasn't what he'd expect from a close friend and ally, that it's up to france to step back from its threats on fish. i gotta tell you that the, the position is, is unchanged. and i will, i'll just, i'll just, i'll just say this, i for the, for the record. i must, i was puzzled to read
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a letter from the french prime minister, explicitly asking for britain to be punished for leaving the you. and i are just how to take say to really, i don't believe that that is compatible either with the, the spirit or the letter of the withdrawal agreement relations between the u. k. and france. clearly navigating troubled waters with both sides, determined to hold their course and ex, here brian al jazeera paris 9 brazilian firefighters have died off for cape collapse during a training exercise. in sao paulo state 16 others became trapped. would have since been rescued when person is being treated for minor injuries. the group were pos for team practicing rescue techniques. it happened near the city of alton, hopeless, 300 kilometers inland himself. out of the city. for the 1st 718 months fully vaccinated, australians can return home without having to quarantine on arrival australia as east its international border restrictions which have been in place since the start
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of the pandemic. there were scenes of joy and sydney airport as loved ones who had been separated because of the measure are united. many people had been stranded overseas. so far, only the australian capital territory, new south wales and victoria are lifting restrictions for vaccinated citizens. for communities across the globe, hope world leaders of the cop summit can provide solutions to defend them from extreme weather events. in malawi, nearly 1500000 people lay depend on lake shore, but less rainfall in recent years of lead to dangerously low water levels. and that's affecting livelihoods. her in with us are reports from malawi, wilson city, my remembers the time we laid sheila, molly, thick in the biggest lake, nearly disappeared. temperatures got extremely hot and there was little rain. he and his friends are fish here since they were boys, just like they fathers and grandfathers did they say the drying of the lake has become more frequent than usual? was here. negligible. there is a difference. there used to be
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a lot more fish. there were only a few of us, so there was no over fishing. now the population is boomed. there's also climate change. last year the lake dried up. the world banks is nearly half of africa's population loose below the poverty line. and many depend on rivers and lakes for their livelihoods. when full leg, sheila is approximately 60 kilometers long and 40 kilometers wide, but he keeps shrinking. if the fish in the lake continued to disappear is not only the economy that will be devastated, but entire communities. fishing is how many people here survive is what they been doing for generations. one and a half 1000000 people live in the areas around the live children basin people at my disability. she buy stock from fishermen to feed customers at her restaurant. and melissa, when the men don't bring back much fish, my business suffers. that means less customers and not much money for my children. live scientists, they africa, is the continent most affected by climate change and also the least responsible for
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it. you're looking at people not being able to do either used to do before, and the income levels continue to go down and that already also exacerbates is do with her poverty. so it's a big problem at the moment. so we hope that we can be able to, to find out some solutions to this families out here are away their way of life is changing and that they may have to find alternatives to fishing, such as farming an option. many say they are seriously considering harder. matessa al jazeera lake, chilla maloney and happy birthday to us out there is walking. it's 25th anniversary jamal a show takes a look back at the history, the media network and the obstacles dangerous is faced since its inception. ah, the time of its launch in 1996 audra 0 was seen by many is merely a drop in a media ocean dominated by mostly western news channels and outlets 25 years later that drop has caused ripples the world over forcing
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a should mommy of change across the globe before al jazeera launch. the arab world enjoyed little if any media freedom, citizens from iraq to mauritania, were told what to think and say, through state on channels that focused on glorifying their leaders. whilst ignoring the concerns of ordinary people. but when the channel began broadcasting under the slogans of the opinion and the other opinion and the voice of the voiceless, it's on the respect and recognition of millions and it's viewership rocketed. while most media outlets were embedded with american and british forces during the occupation of iraq odyssey were reported, the otherwise untold story of the human cost of the war as it had done before. and i've got to stand. but this came at a heavy price, odyssey or journalists were injured, arrested, and even killed. among them thought a you murdered by a us air strike on the capital. baghdad in illegally occupied palestine,
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al jazeera, has always been present. it's cameras broadcasting the daily struggles of palestinians living under is radio occupation correcting a narrative. the previous you fail to tell that side of the story killed by the israeli army. from the 2nd intifada to the attack on an aid flotilla headed to the besieged, gaza strip. and until the recent war in 2021, the network has reported the story from all sites and angle. again, this resulted in its offices and gaza being bombed this time by the israeli army, live on t v in early 2011. and that's where the muscle being the voice of the voiceless crystallized are a capital off. the arab capital erupted with anger, and millions of people took to the streets, demanding freedom, justice and a better life. these are the people i'll do. 0 was on the ground reporting live while local, regional, and even some international channels failed to acknowledge the historic protests
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that became known as the arab spring. all the while the network remained loyal to its other motto, giving era time to everyone, including the regimes that were cracking down on their own people. in 2017, and a testament to how influential al jazeera had become a blockade on that, that was imposed by egypt. saudi arabia, bucklin, and the united arab emirates, they insisted the channel must be shut down for the blockade to be lifted. a demand rejected by cutters leader whose country hosts the network. so you're not going to shut down. i don't know, and i don't want to hear the countries ruler sticking to the commitments made by his father on the day the channel was launched back in 1996 and rest assured the channels freedom will not be restricted politically. it'll be a platform for every opinion. what started off as an arabic language channel 25 years ago, is now a global media networks that includes 5 different channels. several websites and a plethora of digital platforms,
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all have cemented themselves as leaders in their field. all of them seeking the human story and striving to speak truth to power. a quarter of a century has passed and what was once described by form, adrian dictates office. nemo bought it as a tiny much box is now a global media empire who's flame continues to burn as a beacon free press in a region that has never needed. it's more dramatic. sure. yeah, i just gotta doha, ah, missouri, these are the top stories. well, leaders meeting adjacent 20 summit enrollment agreed to keep global warming at 1.5 degrees celsius. but as the conference wrapped up, they weren't able to make a firm commitment on how to achieve net 0 carbon emissions by 2050. we have lots of crisis. the health and climate, the global poverty, the malnutrition, gender,
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and generational need qualities demand stronger action that we've taken so far. so i asked myself.


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