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the 30th to december. the 18th booked your package now at canada. i always dont tom lou ah welcome back. our top stories on this al jazeera and use, our sedans, reinstated, prime minister has promised a path to democracy. in an exclusive interview with al jazeera abdullah hum dock was released from house arrest and his back in this position after signing a deal with the military. the president available says he doesn't want confrontation with poland over the migration crisis. alexander lucas shanker is waiting for an answer from european union on taking him 2000 stranded, migrating sites of war and austria has entered a nationwide lockdown to contain
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a saw. a number of kona virus infections is expected to last a maximum of 20 days for the vaccinated, but there's no end date for the unvaccinated and more now on the pandemic and public health workers in the us at quitting their jobs after facing harassment for their role in corona virus restrictions, at the same time, more than half of all states are creating laws that will curve public health powers to force people to do things to stop the spread of corbett 19 including wearing masks, al jazeera heidi's orchestra has a sore, travis gales was serving as the top health official of montgomery county, maryland. when the cobit 19 pandemic arrived, his mission was simple. in regard to the counties, 1000000 residents keep the warranty from from died. as hospitals across the u. s. filled with patients suffering from coby 19 gales recommended businesses in schools, clothes, and for every one to wear masks, the policies were restrictive,
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but worked to keep cases low and the community in this liberal sub washington, d. c, was supportive, gail says. but then came signs of impatience while things became more political. the discussion moved from hi good morning, here's where our cases are. here's what the test positivity rate is and those kinds of things to. while things are different, why can't we do this activity and why is this particular thing close? and why is this jurisdiction open and why are we open? gail said he also received a threat in e mail. shared with al jazeera gills was called a power hungry loser. and an enemy of the people and will be dealt with accordingly . when i would leave the office, i would try to park in different places and i would take different routes home. because quite frankly, i was concerned about someone following me. public health officials all over the country have reported similar experiences or worse,
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exhausted from long hours of work than targeted by members of their own communities for recommending unpopular. but life saving mandate. a year and a half into the pandemic. hundreds have called it quits and we just can't have people on public surface being threatened for doing their jobs. maryland state senator wrong young has proposed making threatening a public health worker a crime. but the trend in most of the country has been the opposite with lawmakers in 32 states, introducing 100 new laws to restrict public health actions, citing freedom of choice and making it harder to enforce mask and vaccine mandates . happening to a great extent because of politics. i mean, if we can't trust and believe the people that are experts in the field who are in bad shape, it's feared the backlash against pandemic restrictions have left the us less prepared for the next japan demik gales for one is among the public health officers
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who have resigned, he leaves behind a county that with his early push now has won the highest vaccination rates in the country, but that still has named his replacement id. joe castro, al jazeera silver spring, maryland saying in the u. s. at least 5 people have been killed graft. her person drove a car into a crowd in the city of walk a show in wisconsin. more than 40 others including children were taken to hospital . it happened while people were marching in the cities christmas parade. a driver of the s u. v broke through barriers before going through the parade route. at high speed, one person has been arrested. we're no longer looking for something. you know, we do have a person interesting custody at the moment. but this is still a very fluid investigation. i walked in the phrase at the beginning, i saw the happy children sitting on the curb. i saw the happy parents behind their
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children. i can still see the smiling faces. a parade is a celebration for our community. today our community face hor tragedy in what should have been included you celebration. i'm deeply saddened to know that so many in our community went to a parade but ended up dealing with injury and heartache. on this get an update now from kimberly how kit in washington dc. kimberly what more details i merging about l. we know that the president joe biden has been briefed on the situation. he was 1st told about the incident on sunday evening and continuing to receive updates from the community in walker shop, wisconsin. we know that normally federal authorities are looking at this case, but also the local authorities leading this investigation. what should have been a joyous scene, families gathered to watch a parade and celebrate the holidays. obviously turning into tragedy in an instant.
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no one expecting the scene of horror that they witnessed, and many people talking about how this will be etched in their minds forever. it was captured on the cell phones of many people who were watching and that has been played over and over americans waking up this morning in the united states. really a gas that something like that could take place. so as you heard there from the police official, there is a person of interest who is in custody, but the police are remaining pretty tight lipped about the details of why an s u v year sport utility vehicle would plow into a crowd. they are best to getting the possibility this may be connected to another previous crime, a potential knife fight, but they're not ruling anything out. so the investigation continues. we know the roads in the area are still close. we know that schools are also closed as well, and in the midst all of this, the president, offering his condolences through his press secretary saying our hearts are with the families in the entire community were ready to offer support and assistance in what
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the governor is calling a senseless act. kimberly thank you very much for that. kimberly. how can life force in washington now belgium's parliament is said to examine crimes committed during its colonial era. some m p. say it's time to confront atrocities committed in congo barone. d and wander accord in brussels. is considering a lawsuit brought by 5 women who say they were abducted from their families by belgian colonial authorities. al jazeera natasha butler as a story from brussels. the photo shows les tavares as a child in congo in the 1950s. what it doesn't reveal though, is her suffering and pain layer was born on the belgian colonial rule to a white, portuguese father and black congolese mother. but mixed race, couples were forbidden, and the children were considered a threat to white supremacy. so when layer was 2 years old beltran police seized her from her home and placed her in a catholic institution, far away,
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suffering her from her family and play, come to pass her own pasano mamma and put it when we thought about our mothers. we cried. old to their want their mothers, we wanted their mothers warm things, but she wasn't there. had mama layer is one of 5 by racial women now suing the belgians state for crimes against humanity and seeking compensation. says occasion of what we want, the belgians day to do is explain why they abducted us from our families and mistreated us why they took away our rights and cut us off from our roots and the world. so baskets at dinner campaign, a se, tens of thousands of children were torn from their families in belgium's colonies. the span today's, the asi, rwanda and burundi. some were placed in orphanages. others was shipped to belgium. jacqueline goldberg was 3 when she arrived in belgium and was put up for adoption after being snatched from her mother's arms. in rwanda,
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she runs an association for other so called stone and children. they're connected. she says by their loss, trauma and broken identities. celeste, full, it is an enormous loneliness in your heart. you don't know who you are. it was racism. it was dividing races to maintain a hierarchy that was not to be challenged. but in 2019 belgium's government apologized for the systematic segregation and abduction of biracial children. a year later, it set up a commission to examine the country's colonial history in the wake of black lives matter. protests delivered. the commission's goal is to hail a wound. of course, our lawyers be scar, but if we don't treat this wound, it'll lead to more of the racism and discrimination we can see in belgium today. so in most woocommerce, for layer the government's apology isn't enough. she wants answers reparations and for future generations to better understand the abuses of belgium's colonial past.
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taking the state to court hasn't been easy, but after decades of silence layer hopes for justice. natasha butler al jazeera brussels. well, i speak to a lilyanne and will be about this. she's a fonder and co director of african futures action labarte mit. it focuses on racial justice and the recognition of the enduring effects of colonialism and slavery. very good to have you with his lilyanne on al jazeera, i certainly in the last few years ago will conversation iran racism has turned towards colonialism in africa. and it seems that for belgium, that's been a very difficult conversation to have. why has it been so difficult for belgium to reckon with its colonial past? ah, thank you and thank you for your are for inviting. it's a, it's a really interesting. i mean that it has been very interesting to see how belgium has a ah, addressed these colonial pass. and if it is a, it's only recently that a,
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with the, with the movement off rama us all social see the society activists that we have seen that a push sure, ah, to claim for or the recognition of the colonial past and the horror of the it will include the teaching of colonial pass in, in, in school. so i think it's, it's has been a very, a push from civil society organizations may have been asking and who didn't go to months are to the state without, with a lot of resistance from lot, from the, from the said a lot of resistant from a, a public institutions and it's only recently with them with their, their commission that we start to see a bit of changes. right. what changes precisely, i mean, this sir. truth and reconciliation commission that was set up by i think in 2020. what has there been able to achieve? has it been able to help victims like like the biracial children that we saw in
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natasha's report? and you think in the long term it can help the country comes to term and recognize the dramatic consequences out of belgium's colonial rule. i think it's, i think it's too all a to, to talk about system and systemic change. i think the response, instead, husband has been very ambivalent because if we look about for of these mixed race children, the government has recognized that the express apologies for the, for the crimes that are this, these children have been, oops, but at the same time, so just for, to give recreations, it is in la monte poll obstacles to for them to have access to the archives. so i think it's, it's a, it's a, it's a bit ambivalent and that's the same thing with the commission. because on one hand, it has all the gov of the parliament has said, ok, we're going to address these colonial pos. we're going to our tool tool to try to
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understand what i need to understand and to, to bring light on what happened and do a process of reconciliation and maybe of repression, even though it's symbolic. reparations, right? but at the same time, we'll see how this process has been dealt. it's very, it converts a lot of limits in terms of who is included in the kind of a who's car dissipating this process. as many organizations have asked to participate in this process and with our without any significant ob answer, right? i think, but i understand that some of the das for organizations have also refused to to participate. let me ask you, you mentioned reparation. say indeed, the belgian king has expressed regret, but what many are asking for, especially in the congo, for example, is for reparations. but how do you quantify such a debt? what kind of remedies and compensation can be provided given the scale of the brutality involved?
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yeah, i completely agree that it's ah, we, we can't we a, we, we can't quantify the reparations, but i think the, most importantly we have to, to do a step back. we have to, if we want to talk about regression, we want to talk about restitution. we have to, oh, for support, we're to work for or to set up a process. we're the people, the communities, the population, the country there are concern, came a, come at the table and discussed. and then imagine what kind of reparations, ah, is, is, how can we is possible, how come we are talking about simple equations? are we talking material regression? are we talking about financial reparations? and from that, from that step, maybe we can identify either the natural, the mission, but also the did the amount if we have to go through that way. but i don't think i'd be said it's necessary as something that is focusing on
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a financial reparations. thank you. so much for talking to us about this. very interesting to hear your thoughts lilyann, moby co founder and co director of the african features action lab at mit. thank you very much for your time. thank you for i to uganda in our security forces of increased patrols after so sad attacks last week that killed 4 people in the capital compiler. as many as 100 people have been arrested since tuesday. but he say the allied democratic forces in neighboring democratic republic of congo carried out the attacks. catherine saw you before, some compact police and soldiers in kampala prepared to go out on night patrols. there's a coffee in place because of coffee 19. but the patrols are now more frequent and thorough. falling attacks by 3 men who detonated explosive devices killing themselves and other people me out a police station and parliament last tuesday. george katana, who had
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a shop on parliament avenue, was one of 4 civilians were killed. he was the bread winner of a big family. he sent says he was stuff but loving. could push ship something like school. we have gone to good schools. mattress no man has been there 1st. the attack comes off the back of 2 others in october, 1 at a restaurant in the city, and another on a bass that was traveling to western uganda. the government has blamed allied democratic forces with routine uganda, but now based in the eastern democratic republic of congress, not keep a province. this is not a military culture. is more of an intelligence lead her campaign just wanted to find out who and where he dea fighters have carried out a series of attacks and killings in recent years,
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including an assassination attempt in june on general cartoon by our marla, the roads minister. he stoughton and driver died in that attack. i seal has claimed the most recent incidents in the name of its central african administrative branch, adf is said to have links to it. about a 100 people have been arrested and 12 others killed by security forces in the last 5 months. police say they're all linked to adf, and some have been actively recruiting young ugandans to join the ranks with some security expert, say, killing suspects could be harmful to the fight against what the government calls terrorism. if we don't get variable careful us over the shuttle and the day then we are turning them into matters were made. we are lou attorney relatives into matters because the law have reason to join what they believe. what would they not, possibly believe in life is coming back to normal in kampala,
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falling explosions. some ugandans are worried about the possibility of more attacks, but the also see they're determined not to leave it fear. katherine saw you al, jazeera, kampala, uganda to people kidnapped in haiti last month, have been released, according to christian aid ministries. there were among the 17 missionaries from the us, and canada, including 5 children, abducted near port or prince 5 weeks ago. their names and location have not been released by their reportedly safe and in good health. and still ahead on al jazeera chaos on the court will tell you what spot this incidentally and b and resume to him against biggest starving, ejected as coming up next with all stay with us. ah ah
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ah sports, he is paul. fully thank you very much. let's start with an incident packed game in the end b, which so le bron james ejected for only the 2nd time in his career. the los angeles, like a star was punished for punching isaiah stewart's in the face. although it's stuart that could face a big punishment over his reaction. david strikes reports of zack with the detroit pistons with 12 points clear of the lake is in a 3rd quarter when the chaos began. after being knocked to the ground, isaiah stewart got up and confronted the biggest star. lebron james with blood streaming down his face fixed you, it wouldn't let it go like way. cases like just calm down his pistons, teammates,
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games, officials and security tried to restrain him, but he still kept going after james along with moves where more used to sing in the nfl, not the ambia he is, you know, well, he's on the game without question. he was eventually escorted to the locker room and things calm down. at this point, it still wasn't entirely clear what sparked the whole thing in the 1st place. but replay showed that the bronze had slammed his fist into stewart's face. what that meant, he was also asked to leave the court ejected for only the 2nd time. it is 19 year career. james didn't speak after the game, but his teammate anthony davis said it was unintentional. everyone in a lean old man on a dirty gar. agnew him so as he did it, he looked back to them it's all my banish ought to do each other on all you shot to
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do. but i know nobody on our time i want to to retain was whose avenue no longer checked our brother it remains to be seen. if the m b a will suspend, le bron for his actions. he may have started it, but if anything, it's stewart, who could face the biggest punishment from the league, given his extreme reaction. his coach believed that would be in court for though he should be face. nina, he's just, i mean, he not get no record in tom is probably a hotmail. you know, we're glad you would have to say that, but i met the man got only 8 stitches, not whatever the number of stages across his forehead. and i don't know if he knew who it him, but you know, he was, oh sir. and, you know, blood running down his face and, you know, so i don't see any ramifications from the leap mazda and i know i accept from just not leaving the court in time, maybe in the well, this way. gotta jack the damsel to me, there's enough punishment in the end,
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it was the lakers who fought back to win the game by 5 points. the 2 teams meet again next sunday in allay. it will almost certainly be a much calmer affair. they beat folks out 0, amnesty international has warned the international olympic committee that it's entering, quote dangerous waters as concerns remain over the welfare of chinese tennis star punch. way that's after the i o. c released this photo of pung on a video call with its president thomas buck. china's foreign ministry spokesman says the player has attended recent public activities. hung hadn't been seen in public for weeks after accusing a former top official of sexual assault international olympics committee is entering dangerous waters. a they should be extremely careful not to participate in 8 me whitewash or possible shewn rice. while asians incapacity had seen various similar cases where people had no option to say what they had been told to
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decode b to b, d r, u c. and cringe, why is hardly convincing that dead contrie has full and genuine it. freedom of expression in liberty, security, and moment. frances, well kept warning. players in the dean's dan is reportedly not interested in replacing all a gun associa as manchester united mangia. it's understood the english club has approached him, but to little avail that on $13.00 straight champions league titles as rail madrid coach from 2016 marcell pacino is also a top target for united, but he's currently at, perry says jamar. for now, the former united play michael carrick, they're on the right, will take charge before an interim manager is found to take them to the end of the season. was less than a year to go now until the next football world cup kicks off in capital. there was
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a ceremony on tow. how's a water front? on sunday to reveal the countdown clock. what will be the 1st ever world cup in the middle east? $32.00 teams will be involved next year, playing in 8 stadiums. 6 of those will be a new certainly free for our upcoming being held in counsel in the coming days. we spoke to fee for president johnny in from tino. i think this is a unique, unique opportunity for, for the goddess for the world to show to the world that some of the prejudice that exist towards this part of the world is wrong. simply prejudice. it's wrong that people are welcome to you. to golf and cohen, mar, cower, has kept an incredible season becoming the 1st american finish on the top play on the european tour. the 24 year old from california. i birdied 5 of his last 7 holes to win the world to championship outsourcing finished top of the race to devise
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fundings and collect $3000000.00 mark out on the british open this year. also hope the winning puts us in the right. awesome. you know, obviously i said a lot of goals for myself and i keep resetting goals. you know, you had some little downs in the middle of the year, kind of towards the end of the pga tour year. but overall, you know, when i look back at it now, you know, i've got one more event, but i'm pretty happy, nominal, wimpy and 13 times i want to major, want to w. c. want a rolling series. i'd say it's a pretty good group of wins. tiger woods has posted the 1st video of himself swinging a golf club since his car crash in february. so shaw quit but significant. none the less, the 15 time major champion suffered serious leg injuries in the accident and hasn't played since this will give his friends hope. he can return to top competition soon . i saw you spoke now folly. thank you very much for that. oh and that is it for this news out on out there,
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but to stay with us i'll be back in just a few minutes with more on the base exposure. ah. ah, mother nature's gift of cold full landscapes. but strong infrastructure governance arising were investments are waiting to flourish, were greeted even supplied by tradition. noon were beautiful. both of them are offered. talk to al jazeera, we ask, how would you describe taliban relationship with the us? we listen copied minorities not told for coffee. 19 has been terrible demonstration of the failure of human story that we meet with global news makers and talk about
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sophie crimes was everybody will be safe. nobody's kid will be kidnapped again from rats. now together, they're feeling thy way forward into the new reality. ah . she is of a winter spike in coven 19 infections. austria goes into a nationwide lockdown while they're increased restrictions in other parts of europe . ah, you're watching college, is there a live from to have with me for the back table also coming up the president of better rules says he doesn't want confrontation with poland, which could lead to a war over the migration crisis. so don's reinstated prime minister speaks exclusively to al jazeera after his d.


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