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by your phone on our i hello, i'm down in jordan dough to tell stories here now which is era china and the u. s. sufficient a joint declaration that the cop 26 summit in glasgow. promising to work to get the more closely to bring about reelection on climate change. both pledge to speed up emissions reductions to meet the goals of the parents agreement. us climate envoy john kerry says corporation as keep getting the job done. katrina, you has more. this is really important for beijing because it's helping to demonstrate that it, it, it is serious about tackling climate change and that's off to i guess, weeks of skepticism and disappointment. firstly, president,
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she didn't thing is not attending cop 26. he did not even give a video speech, he just submitted a written statement and also before cop 26, china did not submit any new targets or deliverables. so it basically just elaborated on it's already given goals of achieving carbon peaking by 2030 and shepherd thompson. has a view from washington d. c. and the message is released. china in the us aren't fighting on this one issue and it was. and it was reported that in fact, in order to get to this initiative, china in the us have had 10 had 30 or other virtual meetings over 10 months in order to come up with this, this initiative. and we had heard actually in the recent weeks john kerry was hoping for some, some kind of splashy announcement with china. so what did they come up with? where to break pretty, pretty willy really. but again, as you say, got it if something. so there is a working group that are setting up, which is specifically going to be concentrating on what the 2 countries can do in
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the 2020, in the short term. these are, these are good, is a good words for, for those who are complaining that often countries simply say, look, we will do this will be a long time goes. this is specifically, this is specifically about the short term when, when action is the most crucial. so that's, that's good surely that on me thing the u. s. you've been pushing china. busy to join some global compact on reducing anything, china says no by principle, we're not going to be involved in that. that's up to you developed countries, the historical pollutants do that. so what they're saying during this initiative is, are they will set up their own national action plan specifically about me. thank. all right, that's, that's good. no change in when china will reach peak emissions still 2030. but this is interesting to carry about press conference and as far as us officials are concerned where having china is already reached, peak peak emissions of greenhouse gases and is already kind of clattered. which is interesting. bella ruth says the e u is provoking a refugee and migrant standoff as an excuse to impose new sanctions. it's related
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to an escalating back and forth. you has accused president alexander lucas shanker . of using people as a form of hybrid warfare. about 2000 are stuck in freezing conditions on the border with oakland. 170 dr. was working for the well food program have been detained by the ethiopian authorities. un sources say they were arrested during government raids, targeting ethnic to crimes, or the government has denied this a day earlier 16 you and workers were detained in the capitol. yes, president joe biden says his infrastructure economic plan is the fix to the countries soaring inflation. new date has revealed prices arisen by 6.2 percent in the past year. that's the biggest spike in 30 years. a u. s. judge is approved of $626000000.00, settlement for those harm by the lead water crisis in flint, michigan. the suit was brought by tens of thousands of residents. most of the money were coming from the state of michigan, which was accused of overlooking issues leading to the crisis. but lawyers fees could consume as much as $200000000.00 of the settlement. the american teenager who
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shot 3 people killing 2 during racial justice protests last year, has broken down while testifying at his own murder trial. col rittenhouse says he shot the 3 men in self defense. prosecutors argue he carried an assault style weapon to the protest, accusing him of instigating confrontations. and a new team of astronauts is on its way to the international space station. 21 here . i left for crew members on board the space ex rocket 3 from nasa, and one from the european space agency. the journey is expected to take 22 hours. they'll spend 6 months working on board the orbiting laboratory. but those were the headlines. the news continues to al jazeera after the people versus agent orange statement, dental watching bye for now. ah,
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no. c, o ne, a helicopters lying over the ridge spraying something. and they didn't even see the kids for the kids were all fishing or just playing by the river. and the kids were all choking and gasoline that night. they were all really a diarrhea. they were having trouble breathing. we went down to the river that next day and that's when we found dead ducklings and dead crayfish, dead trout. we called the forest service and they said, oh no, it's perfectly safe. it was a mixture of $240.00 and $2.00 for 5 t agent orange that was banned in vietnam. and nobody realised that the same
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chemicals were being used here in a still going on with agent orange was a tremendously destructive omen of a tremendously destructive war. in its own unique way, agent orange was the most destructive instance of chemical warfare in modern history. when i was still 5 years old or something, i read everything. it was still during the war and i read something about all the birds being killed like oil spills. from ships being blown out, that's what i worried about during the war was all those birds come in like that.
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he helped me in i started reading letters, i'm not sure who i sent them to or wanting some. what did take care of those birds please? maybe that was the beginning of my activism noon . we moved here and 74. the kids were just part of this landscape. they were down among the river. they knew everything that lived down there. my kids loved it. i mean they were part of it. there were beaver's daughters in the river then to yeah, of course all the fish and harrison i sprays some they were part of that they loved it was nothing to worry about. mm
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hm . clear heading is one of the most insane things you could ever do. it's like strip mining a living organism which a forest is they weren't required to replant. and most of those clear cuts developed into huge brush fields. then all of a sudden they were faced with this law that says you can't clear pat unless you replant within 3 years. so then they had to clear all the brush on these old clear cuts. so they could replant them. and just all coincided with the end of the use of agent orange and vietnam.
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michael newton from oregon state university was getting surplus barrels of agent orange that dead air force. couldn't use any more in vietnam and was praising the use of these things and how they were going to transform forestry forever. thing they started to, to split blanket. these huge, clear cut with a lot of major orange and drift. some we could smell it, and her within a few days our garden was dead. the kids were all sick again. and the dog got so sick he died. carol has been just a tireless champion for uncovering true, factual,
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scientifically based information and trying to get that for decision maker. oh, these people are just liberally there. woodson and i'm a member senior thinking, bruce you somewhere you got it. you've got to help these people. they are literally, they know nobody's willing to help them. and i said, you've got to produce the experts that if you can produce the experts, i'll take your case on and we'll go, we'll go to battle over the whole suby long news numbers your machine no examples to the song go, no news as your fancy leisure
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each for them. i set her up states. sure. do i state it and then i put it down then all you guys for some 76. want to commit to viet technique. get to know these wonderful has a bottle of itself. it is a person who we applied. how call? hi victor. liam, hold on for samples, so see pesky is i be just over you. i see says he has your vincy fioma selected. ready all the devil got gold look i've been able know ah, look on back of marcy a diff jessica. she thought that made
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a fire of the fat lazy stay gone then malady. ah. i thought of the stage of history. i sat on the 1st meeting between president eisenhower. i am senator kennedy's has the leg when eisenhower passed over the national security apparatus to john kennedy, how scared we had to be that communism was on the march. and we had to stop it wherever it was. kennedy loved the idea that american ingenuity, not just big, scary bombs, but different, more surgical kinds of technologies could be used to defeat these insurgencies and agent orange. or besides, in general, was part of that strategic view. the
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here at the dollar chemical company in midland michigan revolutionary chemical killers are being produced to help us of these costly press. one of the newest and most versatile weapons in dollars arsenal of chemical warfare is to for dial. we'd killer to 4. d is a growth regulator type of we'd kill it. the action is illogical, appearing to upset the plants, growth processes and causing gradually, but certain death. the saigon government in 1961 was a vociferous proponents of the use of, or besides, in vietnam, in the, the government was fighting a communist insurgency in the south. that was supplied by and
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they felt that the insurgency was a major threat to their existence. ah ah, the a tom, this is an october 19. 61. thanks. haven't really gotten started yet. these are telexes. it's a message from the ambassador noting, but basically just saying present damn is begging people to spray crops. and there's so much doubt it confusion washington about whether to do this or not.
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ah operation ranch and had multiple components to a food denial component. but the most notorious was the use of agent orange to take away the forest cover. take away the insurgence capability to hide and conduct gorilla ambush operations. but once the overall war escalated, the deflation program just sort of followed rather mindlessly right behind it. spring, millions of gallons of highly concentrated herbicides indiscriminately over vast
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areas of forest. many times over is chemical warfare. it was highly destructive, and it was massive. it was a weapon of mass destruction. frank's hand was c name for the herbicide to fully acer program. run by the air and i was sent over to vietnam and may of 1971 to do the final historical right up of the ranch and program. i had made friends with the young army lieutenant over there, and he came to me one afternoon and said we have received orders from headquarter
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versus 1971. we are to jump to computer aeration, not downloaded and shipped to wash. don't he said, he said if you want any of that information for your report, you're gonna have to come with me tonight and move over to my fi headquarters. i'll get you into my office and we'll print them out. and he turned on the machine and we printed out a stack like that's my report indicated that there were some real problems developing from people exposed to asian, orange. ah, i finished my report and it was immediately clashed fi secret and the government kept it locked up or were 35 years and denied didn't even exist . it the federal
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government basically federalized all the chemical companies to do nothing but produce a generic and other chemicals for the war to vietnam. and they knew that the more they produce, the more money they with me. so they, in order to deliver as much as they could as quickly as they could. they violated then existing industry standards for the production of herbicides by using a process that was much shorter at higher temperatures. that was responsible for the presence of the, of the oxen and the ultimate chemical substances that were greeted. and they knew that it posed risks to individuals. they knew that imposed risk to the land. they knew that it was contained to poison. and they knew that that the effects to be devastating
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while i was preparing my report, i came across to documents that indicated confirmed that we authorized production of the asian, ours, which is a mixture 24250524245, g with the higher concentration of dioxin as the contaminant at contaminant in the 245 t compact. we knew di auction is an extremely potent carcinogenic mutagenic meaning it causes chromosomes to mutate to ratty, janet, affecting the fetus of a woman. very potent compound national bureau standards estimate and the half life for a dioxin molecule 2000000000 years. that's why ha,
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regards it as equivalent to clue tony. both in its toxicity and in its longevity, how long can persist. so it doesn't go away. it goes away politically, this is the 1st time that the scientists have ever created a molecule, this toxic and, and that they, they know that even, you know, just one to 2 parts per trillion can cause birth defects, mutations, cancer, one ah, seeing a larger number of defects than we would've expected. we saw a number of congenital hearts and i think it was 978.
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i delivered an anon sevalla child. that's a child that doesn't have basically the normal brain. in my lifetime of delivering babies, i would not expect ever to see one. and about a year later, we delivered a 2nd and then select child. those odds were just astronomical, but a small practice like ours would have to allen's valley children. it made me realize that there was something going on ah, tens of thousands of children were born into or lived under the iceland regime in iraq and syria. now many are in camps, either orphans, all with the we don't mothers, rejected by their own communities, chicken people are going to welcome the master. of course,
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a new documentary is that chilling and traumatic stories from the children throw stones at me. iraq's last generation on al jazeera is done with november, will people gary and both in a 3rd parliamentary elections this year, public outcry,
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but widespread corruption brought down former prime minister boy k bar itself. but finding a replacement, his pre problematic will it be 3rd time lucky in the bold, gary, an election, special coverage on al jazeera. ah hello, i'm darren jordan info at the top stories here and i'll just sarah china and the u . s. division a joint declaration at the cop $26.00 summit and glasgow promising to work together more closely to bring about reelection on climate change. both pledge to speed up admissions reductions to meet the goals of the parish deal. us climate envoy, john kerry says corporation is key to getting the job done. katrina, you has more. this is really important for beijing because it's helping to demonstrate that it, it, it is serious about tackling climate change and that's off to i guess weeks of skepticism and disappointment.


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