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lucy, al jazeera will bring you the news and current affairs that matter to you, al jazeera ah, written bands, flights from 6 african nations, amid rising concerns, every new cupboard 19 very. it may be more transmissible than the delta varied and it, and the vaccines that we currently have may be less effective. ah, hello, i'm darn jordan. this is al jazeera la you from della also coming up in an exclusive interview. the deputy head of sedans, routing council says last month's military take of it was the best available option
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. australian troops arrive in the solomon islands as anti government protests continue for a 3rd day. oh wow. and sam's around the world paid tribute to football legend, diego marabella a year after his death. with riches scientists are describing a new cobit 19 variants identified in southern africa as the most concerning they've seen. yet the u. k. health security agency says it has mutations that could make its spread and infect people more easily. it adds the various spike protein is dramatically different to the original corona virus. but cobit 19 vaccines are based on we will be suspending all flights from 6 southern african countries and we will add in those countries to the travel read list. those countries are south africa, namibia recessive,
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s what teeny and symbolic way. and for twana. and we will be requiring anyone that arrives from those countries from foi am on sunday to quarantine in hotels. while dr. eric fargo doing is, i'm epidemiologist and seen a fellow at the federation of american scientists. he says assigned so far, not good. it's in transmitting very quickly worldwide. it's also arrived in hong kong and had immediately to break through cases and which luckily were caught in hotel warranty. but it is very worrisome and the fact that evaded the vaccines of the 2 people. these 2 people in hong kong were both double. pfizer by onset vaccinated also lends credibility that this virus is very, very you basis and could both really bad properties and could become worse than
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delta if it's not stronger than with before. say right now the king. so far in the past 6 months is the delta variance. if it's not as successful as the delta variance, it's not going to succeed. because delta varying has, has become the global dominant strength. but if something is faster, bigger, stronger, in many ways, and more basis, more importantly, then that is what the variance could succeed among those parts of the world where we have a lots of axes and lots of people who been previously. in fact, 2 adults are very and have developed natural immunity to the delta variance, but that to the delta, not to this be 115 to $9.00 new areas. that's why the, the big worry is that this could be worse than delta, and that's what a lot of scientists urban thing. they have been this worried since they thought it
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doesn't mean all the check government has declared a state of emergency in response to surging infections. that the new measures include forcing restaurants, bars and clubs to close at 10 pm. hospitals are putting scheduled surgeries and procedures on hold that's covered 900 patients fill more beds. and a corona virus infection has put the check president back in hospital just hours after his release from a 6 week long stay. 77 year old me losses him. and i had to cancel a meeting, which was to officially appoint the new prime minister efforts to finalize a new government line up after recent elections have been delayed by the amount of treatment for a chronic illness, which hasn't been publicly named. and slovakia has got into a 2 week locked down. people can only leave home for buying essentially or if they have to go to school or work. those who can work from home need proof from the employer or also exceptions for vaccinations and medical treatment. so vacuum move follows austria, which was put into locked down on monday. the deputy head of sedans governing
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council has told out to 0, that last month's military takeover was the best option to stop what was a spiraling crisis. general mohammed, i'm done, douglas also known as him and he says they discussed it with all parties including the detain prime minister, who he says was on board della ham dock has since been reinstated by the generals and a new power sharing deals from so it over here what happened on october 25th was the ultimate outcome of a long process since the change started in sudan during such process, many discussions were made. and many initiatives were proposed by various parties, the prime minister himself proposed to initiative. and during our meetings and the transition and partners council, all the sovereignty council, with the cabinet of ministers, we made maximum effort. but we couldn't reach a breakthrough. and at that point, we were left with 3 options. the best of which was the move we had taken. it was
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completely agreeable to the prime minister himself of the work. we did not make such a move on our own. and you can watch the full interview with general dag low on talked to 0 at 0730 gmc on friday, men or thousands of sudanese. i've been back on the streets, renewing their demands for fool civilian government. security forces cleared, saw them with tear gas crowds also charted messages to on the at least $41.00 people killed in the military crackdown that followed. the takeover officers deny firing live rounds directly at protesters. ra minister abdulla hm. dog has ordered an investigation with him. we still conducting peaceful protests, but it's known that the security apparatus is turned into an oppressive apparatus at the hands of army generals who do what they want with it. they order heavy firing with bullets as well as tear gas and arrests. peace has been our weapon and
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little hopefully bring us to our goals. and the oppression that the secure to use is against people is plenty and intend to let making sure the st suppose is not heard. now i can hear the sound of bombs behind me, but there's also the sound of protests as remain peaceful. i say no to deals with the cool instigators. he will al jazeera, has he been, morgan in khartoum says ham dock is also facing anger from the protested. most of the protest around the capital stay is hard to me, and various parts of the country have been dispersed using live ammunition and tear gas to disperse the processes. this is, of course, despite the prime minister of the lamb dog, stating that he has instructed the security forces not to use force against the demonstrators and said that he has guaranteed in his agreement with the military which was signed in november 21 on the 21st of november that the freedom of expression and the right to peaceful protests will be protected. now people have
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been also taken to the streets against that deal that sol prime minister, have the reinstated once again. many of them say that he was once the symbol of civilian rule, but then once he signed that agreement with the military, he has turned into the prayer for many processors on the street. they say that the fact that he had actually agreed to sign a deal with the army and to compromise. one of the things that they were against shows that he's now against the revolution. and they will continue to protest not just against the ministry, but against prime minister him took as well. australia and peacekeepers of arrived in the solomon islands to help his government respond to protests and riots. the pacific nation, a few of them, 700000 people, has been beset by ethnic and political tensions for decades. the latest on race was spot by pandemic field economic problems and an unpopular decision by the prime minister to break diplomatic ties with taiwan and move closer to china was sarah clark is coming the story from the street in the city of brisbin. sarah. so we're now hearing about a 3rd day of writing. what's the latest on the ground?
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was some of the latest news agency reports suggesting at the study and keeping her arrived or not. if fod some warning shots toward some crowds which appeared to be gathering once again, we've had 2 consecutive days of what bonte rot and protests in parts of the capital. honey yara, in particular, around the area of china town, there are also some unconfirmed reports. i should say that some protest is a now looking to target one of the prime. this is residences a longer, but the latest reports and the vision that we've seen and the one of our colleagues is on the ground in our has told us that by the, the fires is still burning streets the strewn rubbish across them. a lot of people watch spread, losing in some of these areas have been bent down and adult last not around 31 stretches big stretches. when i said that part of the department building the central government parliament in the parliamentary precinct, it has been damaged and part of it. but we've got a bank that's going down
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a high school. it's been torched and some of these areas that are being targeted. our chinese businesses, chinese funded operations, and that's the target of what you mentioned before, the anger that triggered this particular demonstrations. these people are angry at the prime minister to go by. they want him to resign. their anger is focused on the fact they say he's holding back on delivering infrastructure. he's giving big contracts to form firms and not the locals. and of course, a long running anger has been fueled by the government's decision in 92019 to switch it. diplomatic allegiance from taiwan, not to 36 years to china. so that's triggered this and what we are expecting. we've got the strong peacekeepers who arrived, but we are hearing that the crowd a gathering for a 3rd day. and i should note that the 72 out curfew was lifted this morning. so people are allowed back on the streets. it's whether or not they gather to cause balance and gently continue the burning of these my infrastructures and government
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buildings in the capital. yes sir, and i think just mentioned now straight up now sent in soldiers and police. what role will they be playing? to help quail the unrest, but the role they're playing these pace keep is the prime minister. on friday i had spoken to scott morrison and said that the he had no political agenda by sending these peacekeepers and it's a matter of a mix of federal police as well as the members of the strain defense for. he said, they're not there to double in the domestic phase and certainly get involved in a political agenda that they are in a peacekeeping role. and they know he also confirmed that the request was made by the prime minister yesterday with the national security committee meeting that happened very quickly. and the decision was made very quickly and we had the troops arrived there overnight. so china was also reacted to australia arriving in the solomon islands. and they believed that some anonymous can. we're still pace, but they refused to comment on the strategies role. but certainly the way that the
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prime minister, scott morrison, what he's indicated is it's named mention only, and i will be there for a couple of weeks at the moment. we're expecting around a 100 troops. that is the federal police and he's trying to get both to be there for a few weeks. at least. all right. her sarah thought life was there in been sarah, thank you. more than 50 people have died off to fire and smoke filled a rush of mine in siberia. some rescuers are among the dead. 285 people who are in the mine. when the emergency started early on thursday, most managed to get out. senior managers have been detained for suspected safety violation, but also to come here and i'll just say we're including protests against kuranda viruses. friction in the french territory of water move, turn into a full blown crisis voter apathy and curtis on one huge projections appears to be a lot less than before. martin ah
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hello there, let sat in north america and were watching waves of wintery weather sweep from west to east across the us and canada, bringing significant snowfall to areas and knocking temperatures down. for example, in toronto as that cold front sweep through was seen the temperature come right down to minus 5 degrees well below the average. by the time we get to sunday, it will recover slightly, but we will see snow come into play now for much of an east coast. it remains rather cloudy. it is going to feel cooler in new york city and washington dc over the weekend. but it will start to warm up across those central areas, kansas city sitting at 16 degrees on saturday, but it is gonna turn wet and windier and more wintery for the west of canada. you can see that system pulling into british columbia. we could see up to 3 meters of snow, 250 millimeters of rain in areas,
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and that's not going to help those already flooded areas. but for the south of this, it is looking finer and dryer. we have got a red flag warning for wildfire in southern california, that's due to low humidity and stronger winds. but for the winter weather we have to head to the deep south. we could see some flooding in places like texas, where the rain falls heaviest. but it remains while the fine and dry for much of the caribbean. ah, one of the fastest growing nations and lou on the cut over them development international to the middle east. trade and one school. 3 of filling up from the world. warning cutter cutters,
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gateway to world trade. oh ah, welcome back. a good reminder. the top stories here, this alberto scientists are describing a new cobit 19 very and identified in southern africa as the most concerning. they've yet seen. the u. k. health security agency says it has mutations that could make it spread, and in fact, more easily. the deputy head of sedans governing council as told down to 0 that last month's military takeover was the best option to stop what was a spiral in crisis. gentle mohammed hummed on douglas as they discussed it with all parties, including the prime minister, who was agreeable to it. and australia. peacekeepers of arrived in the solomon
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islands to help the pacific nations government respond to protests and riots. the unrest response by pandemic fuel economic problems. now, britain and france are calling for a coordinated response to stop people smuggling in the english channel. european ministers had been invited to paris for an emergency meeting. that's after at least 27 refugees and migrants drowned off the northern french coast while trying to reach the u. k. they set off from near the port city of cali. o, my andrew simmons, our reports rescue boats are on petrol, less than 24 hours after the tragedy there. surveillance from above please. so using beach buggies and what passes for normality and cali migrants and refugees being escorted to buses, bound for some sort of shelter. no, for our police and mobilized day and night. not only yesterday or the day before, but they have been from the very start. they are on our external borders. never.
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his france had is many police officers and it timed soldiers involved in the fight against illegal immigration. this is about addressing long tamper factors smashing the criminal guns that treat human beings as toggling and tap in supply chains all along this part of the french coastline. more than 50 kilometers of it's, there are spots where in secrecy, people smugglers arrange the sudden, boating of small inflatable boats. it's happened before and it's still happening. these images were filmed on the same days. the migrants died. people intent on getting to the u. k. no matter what the risk, it's hard to imagine the level of desperation for these people in braving the seas to cross the english channel. but that doing so in there, thousands of numbers are growing. this year alone. 25000 have made the crossing. that's triple the number of 2020. for many of the people arriving in cali, this is where they are given help, carrots as
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a charity tries. it's best to persuade people not to make channel crossings warning of the hazards. most of the time they fail. they don't just blame the people smugglers, they blame governments on both sides of the channel. even though after what happened yesterday, people will try again. so it's really time to change the politics here. it's really, it's really tend to change the situation and to, i mean, to open safe in the guy routes to let people and to cover basic needs when people are here and to lead them settle in france as well. the british and french governments often blame each other for the problem, getting worse. what's the rhetoric dies down though? there is some hope that wednesday's death could bring a new level of cooperation. what was intended to be a new beginning? was a tragic end for the men, women and children who died in the english channel. how many more may have to die before there's an increase of humanitarian moves to help these people,
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instead of politically motivated actions on both sides of the english channel. andrew simmons al jazeera kelly, while the drownings hadn't deterred migrants from attempting the perilous crossing, but dozens more arriving in the coastal english city of dover. po brennan is that it's already bitterly cold here on the south coast of england. but the window of opportunity for migrants who are thinking about making the dash across the stretch of 30 miles from water between france and england. the window is closing because the weekend gale force winds forecast. and it will be like that for several days afterwards. so it's entirely possible that yet more migrants, despite the tragedy on wednesday, we'll make that attempt the debate over how to deal with this has intensified here in the u. k. on the 1st day with the intervention of. busy busy church leaders, the chief rabbi, both the church leaders of the roman catholic church of england saying the frank,
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something has to change. the system itself needs to change on that sentiment was taken into the parliamentary debates as well with the home secretary, pretty patel saying that the crossings were illegal, unnecessary, and desperately unsafe and pledging to get even tougher with the criminal gangs that are organizing. but just on the leader of the opposition labor party said frankly, he was sick of the home secretary playing through the headlines on there is pressure upon this government to forrest johnson to try a new way to open up legal ways for refugees to claim asylum without having to arrive here on british shaws before having to do so. as the current system dictates, the refugee council said that frankly, it should be a wake up call for the government to rethink its approach to the channel migrants. but it is important to have the context that this government is
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a populist government, and immigration was an absolute keystone issue. both in the most recent general election and in the breakfast vote that preceded it. the idea of taking back control of the board as a central issue in the vote that saw boris johnson when his majority and parliament and so britain leave the european union. so it's one thing to have humanity and compassion, but for the politicians in charge of this country, votes appeared to me as a more now an ongoing strike in waterloo has kept the french can be an island at a standstill for a 2nd week denouncing cobra. 900 restrictions on long standing economic problems protest as remain defiant. the french government as cova. com, but no official from paris. i get made a trip to the island. natasha butler for calls are forced to turn back as protesters. brock road on the french caribbean island of guadalupe where anger continues to simmer. what began more than a week ago as a strike of
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a mandatory vaccines for health workers is now full blown demonstration against the french government. people here say they don't trust the vaccines. all politicians in paris le programmer wasn't really vocal proposal. the problems and guadalupe frontier. the cost of living is high and there is no training for young people, no jobs for the skilled. we feel totally ignored by france. they pile obligations on us without understanding us spotlight foss. demonstrators of set up blockades like this across the island, making it difficult to get around. this is the main road, the links, the 2 major pods of the islands and it is blocked. it is causing disruption, but what the protesters have done is put in place a system whereby essential goods, food and water can get through, as well as patients who need to go to hospital. despite the difficulties this paramedic says he supports the strike. yeah, 30 slaughter the curved past, still obligatory vaccinations. there are lots of people in guadalupe who say you
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shouldn't force people to do what the don't want to do. that's dictatorship at this hospital in the city of plenty. pete, the atmosphere is festive with these health workers say there is little to celebrate. suspended from their positions for refusing the covert vaccine. they say they'll protest until they get their jobs back up with my mom, you conjures interfere with my body. it's my body knows microns or prime ministers . every one's choice must be respected. we are human, so will remain against the vaccine and covered past because they are only aim is to destroy the economy. the head of the hospitals cov, it units as widespread vaccines skepticism is putting lives at risk. it's only one 3rd of people in guadalupe of vaccinated, so it's very, very low. it won't be enough. his assist, waive arrives to stop a high number of hospital debts. the french government has sent extra police offices to the island and called for com. it says the covey restrictions will be
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lifted, but ministers will work on finding solutions for people here. say the fed up with being told what to do by paris rather than being heard. natasha butler al jazeera guadalupe kirk is dan's president, is expected to strengthen his grip on power after sundays parliamentary elections. critics accuse i buried upper of, of suppressing descent. i'll de 0 zane bus robbie's in the capital biscuit, where he spoke to a politician who's contesting against the ruling party. blinded by a childhood disease thus done the cache of struggled with depression at an early age. the pursuit of knowledge, he says, saved him and led him to a career as a lawyer, once a member of the party overthrown by curtis jones presidents, other japira, the acting m. p is now running for parliament as an independent be his campaign slogan. i see the truth a play on his disability suggests he has not lost his sense of humour and perhaps
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a jab at the current leadership. he may be blind, but even he is able to see the people's real problems. but you might so plan in social media is just like tv. you can be recognizable, you can make appeals from social media, but you will not lead your waters to the billet boxes. that is why personal contact the moment when you are chatting with the potential voters, it betters the chances that this water will come and vote for you in a system that has for years run on political favoritism. thus done walking, the beat makes him a rare breed the election for a new parliament is only a few days away. but walking around the capital, bish catch you wouldn't be able to tell. this is the lowest level of public activity this country has ever seen before. a vote. now that may be down to a nationwide case of what some experts are calling political fatigue. this is after all, the 4th round of poles this country is conducting in a year. political heat from opposing forces is also noticeably milder. descent has
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been muffled by obligations of corruption, opposition activists and leaders are out of the country or in prison. and front runners that are likely to fill parliamentary seats largely back the president. japira has not been as heavy handed his previous leaders, but has cracked down on political opponents, intimidated critics and pass laws to weaken press freedom things. he said he would not do the public promises that make him popular. his critics say, are a cover for the same corruption of past governments. many fear the elections will be followed by hostility. nice, we're going to get some union that i have no doubt that's going to happen. history shown us that such dictators as the current government, white for elections only to strengthen their vertical power. as soon as i have enough support, as soon as they have the parliament and the courts in their hands, they will intensify. the fight against this voter turn is going to be an important indicator of the health of democracy in correspond. and after years of ballads cast
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out of fear, under pressure or for payment, turn out this time is expected to be extremely low. they in basra, v o z rubbish cack. now football fans around the world are paying tribute to diego madonna year after his death. thousands of people gathered outside the stadium, the bears, his name, and the italian city of naples and his native argentina. players from his former team and their opponents came together for a special tribute, dental shop to report one of ours. oh availed on the 1st anniversary of his death on the walls of the diego madonna stadium. boulevard containers juniors with a player began his professional football career as a precocious talent just before his 16th birthday. her mother silky at a low was one of the collective art, is determined that marital his legacy should live on both in his art and in his
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studio. when he's collections constitute a sanctuary to the man known effectually as simply diego, on number 10 to amazon. gregorio, wagner, fossil us articles from. if we take a tour of my stood you, you'll see nothing that says diego forever, or he died on such and such date. because here diego is still alive, diggers breathing for. that's what i feel in my heart. and they were outpourings of grief around the world when he died last year from a heart attack, a few days after brain surgery, his death, like his life, has been controversial. the legal case is still proceeding over his care before he died. diego may be gone, but he lives on a mirror was like this one which had been painted all over one osiris and beyond. in showing the creation of a legend likely to endure for generations to come out on his credited with winning the world cup for argentina. in 1986, he brought joy to millions of fans and argentina, spain honestly,
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who view him as more than just a football player. maxi says, he's proud to have married donna under his skin or you today's a sad day, but not so sad because for us he's eternal. will remember him on every corner on every t shirt every tattoo. and whenever we watch a match, after 10 minutes, the fans will chant the name, diego, others weren't even born when he retired from football. and i never saw him play and all the video footage can again, hey lucille, this is eddie cannon. i believe that when you take into account where he came from, he took his ideals around the world. never forgot his convictions. that's what i like about madonna. why? i came here. he's in my heart. i don't know what else to tell you. ah, mila donna retired from playing football in 1997, already addicted to drugs and alcohol. he managed the number of clubs, but was never, far from controversy over his health. his relationships with women and conflicts
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with the media. ah, but he never stop winning friends and admirers. and a year after his death, the magic of madonna shows no sign of fading them, showing their al jazeera what osiris. egypt has reopened the ancient walkway that dates back 3000 years. the avenue of the sphinxes was unveiled una glamorous ceremony in the city of blocks all. it was buried under sand for centuries until being unearthed by an archaeologist in 1949. ah, i don't. okay. check headlines. a on al jazeera british scientists are describing a new coven 19 variant identified in southern africa as the most concerning they've seen yet. the u. k. health security agency says it has mutations that could make it spread, and in fact, people more easily, south african scientists.


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