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you reality ah ah, more flight restrictions imposed, but the bid to contain the new korean of ours variant could already be too late. this period is spreading around the world with 2 cases so far identified here in the u. k. ah, lauren taylors is out there alive from london, also coming up and see did it, is it you did receive it? this concern is closer to home in africa where low vaccine rates and poor healthcare could make infection outcomes worse period. burkina faso protests is full for the president to go following a series of deadly attacks. they say he's failed to storm. and years of conflict
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drove most of the residence of this village away. now more shelling in easton, ukraine is forcing out those who were left behind. ah, we stopped with breaking news, and israel is banning the entry of all foreigners in reaction to the spread of a new variant of corona virus. it's the most extreme of several new travel restrictions, but the spread of a new infection, maint self be out pacing those efforts with several countries identifying their 1st cases. the world health organization declared omicron, a variant of concern on friday morning. there are signs it could spread more quickly. that's because it has 32 mutations on what's called a spike protein. this is what the virus uses to cause infection, and it's what many vaccines are based on. but there are reports cases. one micron could be mild, several nations of restricted travel from all or some of these southern african
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countries, including botswana, where the 1st sample came from and south africa, which identified it. on saturday, australia became the latest to bring in restrictions at foreign decisions by the u . s, japan, canada, and others. several countries of already identified cases including israel, which as we now know has banned all foreign travel and belgium. and in the past few hours the u. k. from where pull brendan reports. oh, it's fast becoming the nightmare before christmas with much of the planet still battling a resurgence is a delta variance of cov. 19. the new army chrome variant is spreading. countries a scrambling to close their borders to travelers from the south of africa, where on the chrome was 1st identified family gatherings in winter. holidays are in jeopardy. not to mention the potential global economic impact. my main concern, i'm not going to get back to england for full full i am tomorrow morning,
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which is looking more and more likely. and i feel very sad for the people here as well. going back on the list again, and who knows for how long not being able to see family in europe after one confirmed case in belgium. cases have been found in germany and the czech republic, the netherlands is still conducting tests for army kron. among the 61 covey positive passengers who arrived at amsterdam ship all at port on friday. and there an hour confirmed cases in the u. k. all of them connected to recent travel in southern africa. previously accused of acting too slowly on cove it. this time the u. k. government is moving fast. we're not going to stop people traveling. i will stress that we're not going to stop people traveling. but we will require anyone who enters the u. k. to take a p c r test. by the end of the 2nd day after their arrival, and to self isolate until they have a negative result. closing borders won't keep out the variance,
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but scientists hope it will by time when you have a virus like this, it almost invariably is ultimately going to go essentially all over the issue. a blocking tray of a travel from a given country is to just give us time to assess it better. and despite the on the con variant, having significantly more mutations than previous variance, there is cautious optimism that existing vaccines can be adapted to tackle it. you're not going to see a new vaccine in the next few weeks, or even, you know, the next month or so. but he's going to take longer than that. but it will not take the amount of time that it would normally take to manufacture and deliver that steam. it can be done as speed now because of the understanding and knowledge that we have. oh, the biggest island for politicians in scientists is the question of public complaints. were violent anti locked down protests in the netherlands and belgium last weekend and switzerland votes this weekend. and whether to scrap the countries
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vaccine certificate scheme, despite rising infections that with uncertainties around the on the con variant, the precautionary restrictions will likely be pushed back home brennan, autism. well, yes. is that bracing to lightly arrival of on the corner to get latest from my cannon in washington, d. c. we had briefly from doctor found she there. what else did he say? well, dr. policy confirming that there has been no case reported yet within the united states, but he hastened to warn that it's only a matter of time. he's one of those who've been keeping precedent by didn't up to date. the president still on a holiday weekend in and tacket, he is receiving constant briefings from his cobra toss team, including dr. 40 about what is happening within the united states with regard to the virus. also the secretary of state has phone south africa, foreign minister to thank for south africa's quick work. busy in terms of
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identifying the very end and reporting it so quickly, which allowed the rest of the will to start taking measures with a little leeway indeed. also within the united states, the cdc has now passed travel warnings for travel to south africa and its neighbors . this was raised to a level 4, which is a very high rating. now, interestingly enough, on monday, the cdc had dropped south africa travel rating from a 3 to a one. now with reinstated the travel warning up to a very high level, my kind of thank you very much indeed. or south africa for a mystery as responded to the travel band saying it's being treated differently from other countries that have discovered variance says south africa is being punished for it's advanced. do you know mich sequencing and the ability to detect new variance quickly? excellent. science should be applauded and call for collaboration and partnerships
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in the management of the pandemic, but is from an admin reports from their hands. but there are reasons for concern. while the south african governments urged people not to panic, many or worried, especially as some continue to rush to leave south africa. my family generally as a whole, is ready, deflated by the entire situation. disappointed, not feeling as though wishing catch a break. we haven't seen each other, the 3 is many have struggled through a slump in the economy because of previous travel bands and lock downs. and the now uncertain about how the new army cron variant will affect them. some been civil leveling and. and then let's go and get vaccinated, especially people my age, so we can protect ourselves. that's all i can say. i know we all have our opinions about the vaccines, but on my side, i want to get vaccinated. but there's been a slower than expected vaccination rate in south africa,
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slightly more than 40 percent of adults have had at least one job. in terms of um, vaccinations. i'd say no it's, it's some of the choice whether it's a big needle not with lead to, to too much or 2 people to get in. did it did big sneeze it at this point. because the living in lake ivy league schools do full drug look right now. his administrative snares and as soon as possible as the holiday season approaches, the tourism industry had expected an increase in visitors, many of them from the u. k. and europe to bring in millions of dollars worth of revenue, the south african currency, the rance, already lost its value. after the announcement of the new variant, the government says south africa has been at the forefront of testing and tracking changes in coven, 19, and sciences. have stressed, it's important to see what the data on the new variant will show before making any
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decisions and that sentiments trickle down to the general public way. many believe south africa's been treated unfairly. the government is worried. the global reaction has caused unnecessary panic. it says it's begun talks with the european union and the united kingdom on the latest round of travel bands saying other countries didn't receive the same treatment. when you variance were detected elsewhere for me to mila, i'll 0 johannesburg. ah, police in book in affairs capital have fought tear gas during a demonstration against the president. but as to say, hawkeye boy has failed to stop a wave of violence bound groups. nicholas hack has more there is anger in burkina faso. this was supposed to be a peaceful protest in support of security forces and against a president who's been unable to stop a wave of attacks by arm, whoops,
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affiliated with iso and al qaeda. they shout, we want president cavalry to resign. the government has lost control of border areas, the north and east, forcing millions of people, mostly children and teenagers. to flee a violent, free burkina faso the chat. police fire tear gas in response to he needs to step down. this is the end of the resume of rock border. you have lost our truck and attacked my arm groups on a police outpost and in attack. earlier this month killed dozens of people sparking nationwide outrage after it was revealed. the officers had gone 2 weeks on the front line without food rations, forcing them to hunt to survived. not a single government official was present at their funeral. after being largely silent for weeks, the president finally made a statement on thursday. faced with sony defeats on the battlefield, the president is calling for reforms in the military. as much as we must stand
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shoulder to shoulder with our defense and security forces to support and encourage them in their heroic struggle, we must be uncompromising with all those whose behavior is not acceptable. i think our soldiers must not be left to fend for themselves because of bureaucracy or gross negligence. there is growing resentment in the ranks of the army. mobile internet has been shut down for nearly a week after a french military convoy crossing through burkina faso on its way to molly was stopped by protesters chanting anti french slogans. the convoy now in the air is facing protest there to with the president of virginia for a new share. have praised the presence of french forces in the region, but the security situation has deteriorated and there's growing resentments that governments in the region are using security forces to climb down on protests. instead of protecting their countries against armed attacks. the demonstrators are
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ignoring their governance called for calm and dialogue for them. this is not the end, but just the beginning. because hard to al jazeera, the roaches these agencies reporting that 6 sudanese soldiers have been killed in an attack by ethiopian forces happened at a sudanese army post near the border. the military said in a statement, groups of the few of the army and militias attacked its forces enough for sugar to gra, which resulted in deaths several detach. who is an independent journalist and has basis from i just have a this is a disputed area that the your bands claim is part of the field. basically the regional district on the claim with us there on. but there was an agreement during the t p. i left which granted the village to this is danny side, but allowed the most be ethiopia and horace, who died without any kind of restriction. but since the prime minister came to
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power and the t p left last time of its power, there has been accommodations that it really played down the interest of be giving way to a land that really belongs to ethiopia, according to the field side. so this kind of conflict has been going on on and off for a while. still to come on out his era. ah, suit ready? he challenged musical theater and brought joy to his audience is steven sometime dies 8091. ah . hell i once again welcome to the look at the international forecast. i'm afraid we have got more heavy rain in the forecast or eastern parts of australia, not too bad down towards a se for a c t for victoria. we got some live,
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the showers remaining in place of parts of new south wales, still very gray and overcast, and sherry. therefore, sidney ne and parts of ne southwell st. some heavy downpours and that wet weather coming in across a good part of queensland city. that eastern side of queensland as we go on into monday and would you believe in to tuesday becomes even more extensive right out into the out back there some big down polls there will be some localized or flash flooding. notice that wet weather pushing its way down across brisbin, some heavy downpours here, easing across into the gold coast. south in southern hearts generally drive fine. western marys generally drive 5. not too bad for new zealand. it is a case of sunshine and spring showers coming through here. not too bad for japan over the next couple of days. you still got a few wintry flowers cost more than piles of hon. she pushing up into hawkeye, but they're in the process of retreating away. so bright disguise, coming back in largely dry and bright across the korean peninsula,
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but looking very wet, the se, in parts of china and taiwan, ah, in columbia, transforming open wasting into building long to use is to present the waste plus the war. we can finish this is sheila america and just send you any single pole critical forms and living buildings. anything you do on land, on the ground, it doesn't make sense to do that on a building. and we might have not just decorative, but can we make it biologically productive earth right? describe as cutting edge solution for sustainable city on al jazeera. ah oh.
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are one to the top stories? you'll notice 0 and 1st breaking use the israel is banning the entry of all florida's interaction the spread of a new variant of current of ours. it's one of the most extreme of several new travel restrictions with on the current case is not found in several countries. south africa is condemning some of the restrictions imposed by the nations saying it's being punished for detecting the strain and it should be applauded. well, let's get more on that breaking news from israel. harry force is on the line from west jewish them. so just more about the, the reaction that this well, this is a result of the, an emergency late night saturday meeting by the corona, virus cabinet, the emergency section of the cabinet. the deals with the pandemic, and in the last few minutes, they have announced that the plan is to ban all foreigners from entry into israel
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for the next 2 weeks. at least this comes just a few days after the book will reopen the general tourism. so it's a real reversal of that situation. also announced is that there will be a return to mobile phone surveillance carried out by the internal security agency. the shin bet, which was itself an extremely controversial part of the government's response to the initial current of ours outbreak. in israel, during the course of 2020 some suggestions that it may be more limited than it was in its original initiation in terms of potentially just targeting. those have come from countries in africa or targeting those with confirmed to have the new variant . i'm positive with that new variant as well as that for his grady returning home residence. returning to israel, they will, it will have to be current for at least 3 days if vaccinated 7 days,
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if not vaccinated and, and they will only be allowed out into the public after a negative test. they don't have either credit cards in general, particularly this new very and it does seem to be a different tone from what we had going into this meeting with the prime minister natalie. but it was talking about trying to keep the situation in israel as normal as possible with schools businesses open. but there were indications that they weren't yet ready to go for this full closure of the board. and that is what they have decided. it's full government approval on sunday, and it is proved by the full cabinet that will take place and go to force sunday midnight into monday. it will such that israel does have a record of moving very fast on current of ours taking very stream measures compared to other countries or folks. so at the time, i'll tell you,
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bennett himself is someone who wrote a book, essentially criticize nickel and prime minister benjamin that his policy. so he has a personal brand around taking very strong serious makers on the condom x. they all of the conspiring really to see what we have now, which seems to be the most strict and stringent measures in the world against this new variant. hurry force had to lie there reporting on the israel's ban on entry furnace room countries to contain the only crumb. thank you very much indeed update . thank you. i russia says it's recent build up of tens of thousands of troops near the ukrainian border poses no threat. but fighting between the ukrainian ministry and russian back separatist in eastern ukraine has increased. and charles stratford reports from the village of new belsky homes, and lives are being destroyed. this is what heavy weapons do to people's lives in eastern ukraine. it was 1 am. when the shilling started,
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nearly and her husband were fast asleep, they woke, buried under the rubble of their home. and they were rescued by the neighbors. reflect that the horseshoe preferred to be woke and our home had been completely destroyed around. i prayed that if we were to die, then please god make it quick. the couple i hear you can hear her do the rolls. do i have so much emotional pain. i wanted to die. we had ever seen. we need it in life now it's gone. people tried to comfort us, but it's so very hard to cope. around 400 people used to live in this village before the conflict between ukraine and russian back separatists started more than 7 and a half years ago. now fewer than 40 remain, and most of leaving because they're afraid of more shelling. tice's home was also hit. she's lived here for nearly 50 years. she's diabetic and spend most of her
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$100.00 a month pension on food and medicine. she can't afford to rent another home. so she's moving to her daughter's a few kilometers away. the cranium, soldiers are constantly here. they seem to do rotations every 6 months or so. they were living in different houses in the village when the recent shelling started. prisons helper, collect wood from the destroyed shed to use his fuel at her daughter's house. i was frightened in 2014 when the house was shelled, but i was with my husband. this time i was alone and overwhelmed via this village hadn't suffered any shilling for the last couple of years. but that all changed. on november, the 14th residents tell us that they don't know which side opened fire 1st, but they're all exchanges of fire across the more than 400 kilometers front line
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almost every day. and it's important to recognize that there are terrified civilians living in the villages like this one that have been destroyed by ukrainian army shells. just a few kilometers from here. there are what seemed to be disused ukrainian military posts in the village. the military says its base is away from where the few remaining civilians live occasionally ukrainian soldier repairs. every one seems to be leaving. this man asks us if we want to buy his horse. i can leave her here because i don't know when the shelling will start again . he says, russia says it's recent troop build up on the border poses no threat to ukraine. the fighting has got worse, and with no sign of any lasting agreement between ukraine,
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the separatists and their back as in moscow, nelly and her fellow villages joining them more than a 1000000 people who have already been forced to flee their homes. cha stafford al jazeera neville ski eastern ukraine police in iran of arrest, and 67 people during protests, against water shortages. they frontier gas to disperse demonstrations in the city. this for hon. you're in your authorities of promise to compensate farmers for losses incurred in drought at areas. human rights groups in democratic republic of congo, say chemical spills from cold mines. runing people's livelihoods. the country produces 2 thirds of the world's cobalt supply is one of the most sought after minerals in the world, with global demand predicted to saw by 100000 tons in the next 4 years. that's because of a global drive towards cutting carbon emissions from oil and gas to move towards clean energy. cobalt is used in batteries for electric vehicles and to store energy
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from wind and solar power. it also used in millions of products including mobile phones. welcome, where report some chem, one tender in lower lava province. lizard work is not all of sarah in kasan goes fish dead. he says he found them in this pool until after it leaked from a nearby mine. here in a democratic republic of congo. i don't guess in one says it killed the plans and that he found the fish floating. it was a month ago. he says he can't afford to clean the pools and replace them though a move to. i feel pain because this is how we pay school fees for our children. this is how we always lived. now they've done this and we have nothing to do next to the poor service, guys, cabbages. but they're stunted and inedible. we says the acid spoiled the soil, his neighbors say the same community live near an industrial cobalt and copper mine called k c. c. most of the world's cobalt comes from congo extracted mind like this
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. the large quantities of acid to separate cobalt from rog rights groups say, spills are common and environmental regulation is almost non existent. this pipe is one of the places that the did spilled out of the mind. the mines just on the other side of this embankment surfin farm, about 2 kilometers down this stream, and all of the people that we've spoken to in the communities here, who's fish pool formed and livelihoods with spoiled they, they still haven't being compensated. the mind belongs to swiss trading and mining giant land corps which supplies cobalt to us. electric comic a tesla for its batteries. glen cool said it accidently spilled, electrolytes here a month after the acid. its work is scattered, lime to neutralize some streams and rivers. but activists say it was too little too late. there was a manual and pool as being researching the impacts of the spills. he says,
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dozens of people's livelihoods have been destroyed, and he's documented cases of cause headaches and skin burns caused by the acid, which glen cool denies, connected. what we accordingly got to do is to identify our victim. and to find how truly bad, how to make decisions. glen cool, told al jazeera in a statement that it tested waterways off to the spills and found their p hate level to be neutral. that fish likely died for an unrelated reason. and the conditions in vegetable gardens had not been impacted. emanuel doesn't buy it. the good way to save the image to, to recognize the problem and to fix it is not to hide millions of dollars worth of cobalt a trunk out of congo every day. clerical minds about a 5th of it, he recorded trading profits of more than 3000000000 dollars last year. sarah fin says he and his family have lost most of their income. there's
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a handful of big winners in congos rapidly growing cobalt industry. sarah fins, not one of them. malcolm web al jazeera chairman than the democratic republic of congo. police in macau, have detained and question the territories biggest casino mobil. authorities in mainland china have issued a warrant for alvin charles arrest. the head of sun city group is wanted for actually running an illegal cross border gambling syndicate and setting up casinos in china. gambling is banned outside the special administrative territory. one of the most influential broadway composes and nurses of all times. stephen sometime has died at the age of 90. 1. it works include the broadway classics west side story and sweeney todd blanca group to looks back on his life. oh, he could make woods flow and sing me here are lost on the ground. but describe
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stevenson dance, talent, and courier is to deal with superlative. m. look long . he was a titan of america's musical theater. one of the most original song writers and the greatest composers of the 20th century, much like his extraordinary skills. his accomplishments. audacity were unmatched on broadway, born and raised in new york city. sometimes songs revealed the inside teeth and triumphs of modern life. with humor and sympathy. o. a unique style. the turn. musicals like west side story into the woods at sweeney todd into classics. ah,
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his creek to musical company which debuted in 1970 receipt, 14 tony award nominations. what started as an interest in music? when he was, a teenager became a towering courier. that revolution i story telling on the broadway stage. in 2015 president barack obama awarded san time the presidential medal of freedom. he won an oscar eat grammy awards and 8 lifetime tony awards. more than any other american composer and lyricist it's, it's nice to get an award. it's nice to be recognized. just the way it's it, it, i'd rather have an audience like what i write than dislike. what are right, but primarily i want to write. so, you know, that's what called santana, transformed musical theater shondra by setting his dancing words to unforgettable melodies every day. his legacy now includes music
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that would reach far beyond the broadway stage. stephen sondheim was 91. hm. oh, blue or more little stories on al jazeera israel is banning the entry of all foreigners in reaction to the spread of a new variant of corona virus. it's the most extreme of several new travel restrictions with omicron case is now found in several countries. a grown list have restricted travel to southern africa, including south korea, the u. s. and australia. but cases have now been detected in germany, the u. k and several other countries. british farmers, devoris johnson has tightened rules in his country. our scientists are learning more.


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