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used to ban on the timber creek, i thought decision only open a floodgate of uncontrolled league looking saturday on is home to more than 5000 worcester gypsies. more than $1500.00 of them are found in the normal boat rental on their prophecy. because the vision is under pressure to save them after the resumption of looking on the return of ah 9 ethiopian groups form an alliance to bring down a bay. i'm. it's government, which is calling on former soldiers to rejoin naomi. ah, lo, i'm mariam mozy in london. you're watching algae era, also coming up on the program more than a 100 people are injured in clashes over last month. election results in iraq. full
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video of the fatal shooting of a black jogger is shown at the trial of 3 white man accused of his mazda 2 week long celebration of business as usual, and the blah, blah, blah, thousands of young climb activist, march through glasgow, demanding more radical action from world leaders at the club 26 summit ah loan, welcome to the program, our top story, 9 ethiopians factions are formed alliance with the aim of dismantling arby. i am at governments either through negotiations or the use of force. if the opiate government has already dismissed the coalition coalition as a publicity stunt saying it doesn't have a support based on the ground representatives, all those groups made their announcement as an event in washington d. c. it includes the to grind people's liberation front,
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the group that's been battling the central government for the last year. it had already joined forces with another rabble group, the aroma liberation front. as a response to the merits of crisis, facing the various nations of the country. and to reverse the harmful effects of our be awesome, it's out to critique rule to our people's and beyond. we have coordinated the object need to collaborate and join our force towards a safe transition in the country. hence, have establish of the united front of the federalist and confederate forces. the next step would be to ro, denies ourselves, and totally dismantle the existing government, either by force or by negotiation, whatever they wish. and then subtle transitional governments as soon as possible. meanwhile, a european military as calling on its full personnel to rejoin the army to find the
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advance of tick ryan forces. john le samuel. gotcha. 2 more in this now from addis ababa so far, the u. s. embassy and the server has been telling its citizens who have were living in ethiopia, say they're willing to even financially support them, so they can leave it because the u. s. according to the u. s. side, this conflict is getting close to a d'silva and it's certain to affect us money of citizens. but invoice of, you know, the president biden has just left and we're not sure if he had a chance to meet with the prime minister who has insisted that the u. s. government is in support of the t p left. they support them, they give them weapons, it's been leased by the european side. but this comes as the african need in as well as the kenyan. and you got the president push,
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you open the t p left to sit down and find some common ground. but the development we're watching from a distance in washington dc. the ethiopian side has just reacted. the justice minister has called the 9 coalition with a mission of defeating the government. what it, what they're doing. he's described it as publicity stunt. and it's not being taken seriously in, within the sub over. meanwhile, the un security council was supposed to me earlier on friday to discuss the conflict. and if you're up here, but released the statement instead, my counter has more on that now from the united nations. well the meeting had been planned to take place and then a few minutes before it was due to begin, we received the news that it would not be taking place that it would in fact be happening on monday. now, this speculation as to exactly why this was postponed, that had been argument, we understand about
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a draft statement that had been drawn up by lap primarily by island and kenya, a calling for a cessation of hostilities. i, we understand that russia, in particular, objected to some of the language in this particular statement that the president of the security council did emerge and read a statement. he was of pains to emphasize his view that the security council was not divided on this issue. he read out a statement which basically calls for an end to the violence calls for a negotiated settlement. expresses thanks to the african union for the steps that it is taking in this ongoing crisis. but still not clear as to exactly why this meeting was postponed. as to whether another statement is going to be drawn up in coming days, once again by island and kenya. now the involvement of kenya is absolutely critical, according to a number of diplomats. i've spoken to. the reason for this is that the prevailing view and the security council at present is that african problems require african
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solutions. they've got to be direct african involvement in resolving this crisis. hence, basically the desire that the african union takes the lead along with a theo, peers, african neighbors. the united nations human rights council has condemned the military takeover in sudan, deciding to monitor alleged rights violations, and emergency sessions or agreement that an expert will be appointed to report on any crimes. next year, the council called for an end to the use of force that so far killed at least 13 civilians. protests have been taking place in the country since last month. takeover sedans, military leader is now agreed with the secretary of state on the need to speed up the formation of a new government, military takeover of power in sudan on 25th of october 2021 is deeply disturbing. it betrays the courageous, unsparing revolution of 2 south and 19, and contra beans, both international human rights law,
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as well as the country's own constitutional document, another foundation, foundational documents of the transition event. since the cooper have recalled exxon ver page in the country's history. when freedom of expression was difficult, and she will raise will comprehensively repress. ah, you as how speak. and nancy pelosi says she hopes to pause president, job biden's infrastructure bill on friday. but after months of wrangling, she expects biden's social welfare bill to only be approved by thanksgiving. the trillion dollar infrastructure bill has already passed. the senate includes the biggest upgrade of america's roads, railways, bridges, and airports in a generation. and all makers are expected to debate biden's $1.00 trillion dollar social policy climate change bill, known as billed back, better, which will expand the welfare safety net and overhaul climate and tax laws. the
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bill is expected to narrowly pass with a razor thin democrat majority in the house and senate. but there are ongoing divisions in the party over its price tag, investor service. moody's estimates that both bills will add some one and a half 1000000 jobs a year and grow the economy by nearly 3 trillion dollars over the next decade. wireless now from hydro castro in washington, d. c. wise, there's been such an uphill struggle for the democrats to get the support they need to pass this legislation. marian, we're seeing this continued discord within the democratic party that's really continuing to jeopardize president biden's domestic agenda today. how speaker nancy pelosi has said she still plans to bring this infrastructure bill to a vote in the house. as you said, this is something that's already passed. the senate had bipartisan support there, but it may not pass the house because progressive democrats in this chamber has said they will vote down the infrastructure bill,
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even though they support what it contains. because they also want that social welfare bill to pass in tandem. democrats though, are bulking at that $1.00 trillion dollar price tag of the build back better plan, and they want more time to study its fiscal impact. so the compromise that the house speaker has presented is she says that it's still going to move forward with the infrastructure vote today, and they will move forward with a procedural vote on that bigger social welfare bill. but kicked down the actual passage of that bill. another 2 weeks or so. so the big question is whether or not progressives who are meeting now, who have been in contact with president biden throughout the day, whether they will accept that compromise by agreeing to pass the infrastructure bill, or if they will, defy the president's request to deliver that to his desk to night and defy their own party's leadership in order to keep the pressure on for the bigger of social welfare package. this level of dysfunction in the process around getting this
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legislation to a vote. how much political public damage is it likely to do to the party and the president? democrats are fearful that they've already seen some of this damage in the form of tuesday night's election results. there were mover notorious races in virginia, which democrats lost and another one in new jersey, new jersey that they almost lost. and those are seen as bellwether races for next year's mid term elections. when again, the majority in congress could be lost by democrats and they're very cognizant that this entire party fighting this display to voters of the inability to deliver on president biden's campaign promises, even as a democrats control both chambers of congress, they recognize this is very detrimental and could hurt them in the whole next year . thank you very much, heidi joe castro,
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washington or more than 100 people have been injured in protest against election results and iraq security forces fight in the air and you've got to disperse. the crowds gathered in baghdad demonstrate to say there's been vote working and reject the outcome of the election groups aligned with iran last thousands of parliamentary seats, brownwood, up to why it has more from bank that the situation remains tense. near the dad's green zone of tom fridays clashes between the protested and security forces. now, these protests who are supporters of the political parties that last in that it is live in action, say that friday was the last day for peaceful protests. they say that they are going to escalate because their part is lost and they're in the election when they say that they're going to escalate until. and unless the election commission
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conducts a manual recount of all the votes. on the other hand, they let the election commission says that it has conducted a manual recount of 25 percent of the votes and the results are identical. they're not different from the old. but as of now, the violence from friday has been condemned by officials political parties across iraq. and in fact, the political parties are accusing the government forces of cracking down on the protest. us the ha narby to hulu. go out to chicago watson, we have been attacked by bright police and other government forces. they were shooting live bullets, tear gas canisters, as a soldier. how should he does have well come off of this area is very sensitive because it's very close to the green zone. the green zone, a very important area that has headquarters of the diplomatic missions,
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the headquarters of the s embassy and government offices. these protesters have been occupying this area for 3 weeks now sitting up tense and they say they will not leave this area until the election commission response to their demands. a trial has begun a 3 white man accused of killing an unarmed black man in the u. s state of georgia 25 year old amount. aubrey was shot dead last year while jogging. but even before the trial started their accusations of racial bias and he galico reports now. ah, when a mod aubrey was killed last year, his family compared his death to a modern day lynching. now 3 white men are on trial for his murder in a case being seen as racially charged. but even before opening statements were
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heard controversy over the almost entirely white juries box accusations of racism. this court has found that there appears to be intentional or discrimination in the power. despite that statement, the judge is pressing on with this high profile case, saying there were no legitimate reasons for not selecting black jurors or whether the prior festus. some of what we've already been faith in, in this case is another part of the injustices that we see here in glenn county. i'm not just with this case, but with many. so it's just another part of what we face every day. it was only after this video became public that gregory mc michael had son travis and william bryan were arrested. all 3 men claimed they were trying to make a citizen's arrest a law abolished since mister aubrey's death. suspecting the 25 year old of stealing from a nearby house, the prosecution say all ahmad aubrey did was run away. finally tried to run around
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their truck as he saw on the evidence he get away from the stranger restraining. put already fall in that they would come and build a model bridge. death in the subsequent killings of george floyd, brianna taylor and other african americans at the hands of law enforcement, led to a wave of national protests against accusations of racism. all 3 men entered pleas of not guilty saying they were acting in self defense. the defense team says travis mc michael, who fired the fatal shots, was protecting himself and his father. it's tragic that a matter of re lost his life. but at that point, travis mc, michael is acting in self defense. he did not want to encounter a mot our bri physically. he was only trying to stop him for the police. or
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once again, race is on trial in the u. s. with an outcome that will be closely watched the time of ahmad aubrey's case. georgia was just one of 4 states with no hate crime laws. that's now changed and all 3 men still face federal charges. and the gallagher al jazeera still have for you on the program. new hope in the fight against cause it is, pfizer says it's pill dramatically cuts the risk of death and hospitalizations. why? scientists say, unregulated wet markets in liberia could wait the next a bowler tight virus. ah hello, good to see you. we've got a plume of moisture working around beijing look at it as it approaches. so 13
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degrees, but watch this. it starts this rain and eventually turns to snow as those temperatures plummet to just 2 degrees on sunday that is below average. we'll go bit further toward the south. the run of rain between the gang see and the pearl river valley. pretty much east of grey lane, grey lane, scott high, 22 degrees. that's going to clip type pay with some showers in the wall on saturday . sundry down ports to be expected for hope. she means city. call them poor and jakarta rain for singapore with the high of 33. and bangkok may just stay dry, but i think the better bet will be central and northern parts of indo china on saturday for australia. we've got some rain hanging around toward the top in western australia, south australia, right into the southeast diving down into tasmania. but also a strong southerly breeze here is to watch for it does melbourne. you go from 26 degrees down to 17 on sunday. thanks in part to that southerly wind. still rain for new zealand, northland the escape into gives been as well,
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but not falling at the same intensity as it has been a beauty of a day for christ church in the sun with a high of 21 degrees. that's a season ah all. and counting the colt who all the western bank is enabling big oil through it through the arctic. as a had thiessen's, its reliance on coal is boeing and stopping down pull power plants, the best teeth with counting the caught on algebra. ah, unprompted and uninterrupted discussions from on london broadcast center on al jazeera. ah ah
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ah. the main stories now, 9 ethiopian groups have formed an alliance which says it aims to bring down abbey. i am at government either by force or negotiations. government has dismissed it as a publicity stunt, but the military is calling on its former personnel to rejoin the army. more than a 100 people have been injured in protest against election results in iraq. securities forces fide into the air and use t gas to disperse crowds, gathered in baghdad. and of course, has been hearing opening statements in the trial of 3 white men accused of the murder of an unarmed black man in the us state of georgia. 25 rolled a mud aubrey was shot dead while out jogging our thighs and thousands of climate change. activists have marched through glasgow in scotland on day 6 of the
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cop 26 climate summit. it talks aim to find ways of limiting global warming to one and a half degrees celsius. but protest to say promises made of these talks and not enough . andrew simmons reports from glasgow. i voices of a generation that will live to see some of the worst effects of climate change. unless there's more progress in the cop 26 venue a few streets away. the protesters are demanding to know why diplomats and politicians have failed them for 26 years since the 1st cop summit. in 1995 scottish families and school children joined the crowds among them protested from some of the worst affected countries. devoting all their time to climate activism or uganda. and edwin, i'm a kanga and for santa, for root, ju move, who's from bangladesh. they arrived here at the beginning of the week on board the
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greenpeace ship rainbow warrior and their messages are simple, but serious is not our job is still we have to be here. we have to, as our goal men to action, which is there are a lot of corpse help in english over 25 and then we are demanding and let this be the last scope of auction, not just words. you can see so many forms of activism within these demonstrations. there's anger, there's awareness. there's also a message being spread to communities all over the world. one of realization that the moment is now, that's what the swedish activist greater tom berg is saying. there is no time left, she blames it all on world leaders. it is not a secret that cop $26.00 is a failure. there's been a contrast, an approach from another climate activist brianna bruin, who's from samoa in the south pacific. she had this direct address to world leaders
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. you, we, on the weapons that can save us or sell us out. you don't need my pain or my peers to know that we're in a crisis. brianna believes world leaders need to listen closely to what protest is our say, the fight for climate, just as the fight for family, for loved ones for friends or joy. those are all the things that young people are striking on the street for. those are the things that people are in this huge conference building for 26 has already made some progress on reducing methane gas emissions facing out coal fired power and reducing deforestation. but it's not deemed enough yet to make the difference that's really needed. the pressure would increase on saturday, with global demonstrations planned, andrew simmons, al jazeera glasgow. the funeral has been alpha formula, secretary of state,
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colin pow. he died last month of complications from cove at 19, at the age of $84.00 patty colleen as this report now from washington. ah, there are few former cabinet secretaries who would be remembered like this. the current and to former u. s. presidents. all of the top military brass, past cabinet secretaries and diplomats in attendance. the colin powell was much more than just a former secretary of state. he broke the race barrier, the 1st african american national security advisor, 1st chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and 1st block secretary of state, leading the pentagon during the 1st gulf war. he became a household name. but then as george w bush's secretary of state, he was tasked with trying to make the case for the next gulf war at the united nations. something he would later, deeply regret, law, margaret. oh. but here he was remembered for his faith,
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his family, and his life long service in uniform and out. his closest friends remembered his humor. like during his meeting with a swedish diplomat, and she knew of shack fairfields affection for, ah, and she knew shack retry pals infection from all those show. she opened up a full cd head of alba and presented it to him colon immediately. we're down on one knee and sang the entire mamma mia. from his son. my father made a monumental difference. he lived, he lived well, an emotional good bye. i felt my father's love in that hand. that hand i took my mother's hand and matrimony. read him that helped me as a baby. that hand that signed report cards tossed baseballs fixed old cars.
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that hand, that sign treaties and war orders saluted service members. and just for joyfully was telling a story. that hand is still now. but it left a deep imprint. colin powell, the soldier and statesman, husband and father, the son of immigrants who rose to the highest levels of power, remembered for what he accomplished and what others will be able to because of the barriers he broke. paddle haine al jazeera washington. the drug company pfizer says any anti virus pellets developed cuts the risk of hospital admissions or death from corona virus by 89 percent. the trial of the experimental drug has been stopped early off to positive results. company now plans to ask regulators to authorize its use as soon as possible within 3 days of the symptoms you have now, if you 9 percent protection from disease leading towards the limitation with
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our medicine and the day bus indicate 100 percent protection from beth. and even if you install the medicine fire based on having contract, it is you could we lived in which symptoms you have. now, if you're 5 percent young, a u n report suggest 3 quarters of all emerging infectious disease as jump from the animals to humans. it's the same route thought the by the crone of ours, in the occasional spread of a bola, eating meat from wild animals and the markets where it can be bought are often buying for this. as nicholas hack reports from liberia's capital monrovia inside a went market in liberia's capital monrovia, a father was searching for his daughter's killer. 5 years ago during the bullet break in west africa, his 4 year old daughter died of the disease. a virus he believes his dormant
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enormity. here fresh bush. meat is sold from bats raccoons, elephants and apes. evidence for prince wallace. that abolla may re surface. ah, yes, then i feel that it bola may reoccur. some are not eating bush meat, but many others are not taking it seriously and they keep consuming it. you can see how much bush meat is being sold in the market. more than 11000 people in west africa died during the bull outbreak. most of the death were in liberia. sciences, do not know for sure where the virus came from, but like the sars cove to virus, also known as cove. it, they believe abolla is a, is who not a disease, a deadly and highly infectious virus that jumped from animals to humans, perhaps in a wet market like this one, laborers, guinea and forest region is home to rich and sought after wildlife, the habitat of endangered species such as the pick me hippos, western chimps, in penguin,
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oral considered delicacies in liberia and china where they are also consumed. some of these animals have similarities to humans and act as reservoirs to viruses. the lack of animal rights or environmental laws have attracted both poachers, but also scientists who have huge liberian chimps as guinea pigs. on these islands are hundreds of chimpanzees abandoned by american scientists who have used the animals for biomedical research infecting them with pathogens such as hepatitis in order to develop vaccines for humans. now for liberian scientists and researchers, this is not only an act of animal cruelty, it's also dangerous. it poses a risk of a spread of june arctic diseases at liberia's infectious disease institute. scientists fear the worst is yet to come to an arctic. diseases are jumping from animals to humans and then back to animals in the process. viruses are likely to become more virulent,
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putting both humans and endangered species at risk. without the climate things are, some of these loss brought up in places that otherwise the woman i've been thinking of all emphasize oh, what is the actual with animals? i really expect that in the future. we want to have more and more of these all. it's not a tasty and sweet is how this cellar describes. the 8 meet sold for only $2.00 . wallace believes this growing consumption is responsible for the death of his daughter esther. he's convinced that somewhere in here, lurking is the virus. who will it kill next? he wonders. nicholas honk al jazeera monrovia. now for, for pop music fans of a certain age. there's no doubt about big news today. aah! harbor are back with voyage their 1st studio album in 40 years. the swedish awesome
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a publicity done by the government, which is now urging former military personnel to rejoin the army. the alliance includes the to grime, peoples the brain.


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