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oh, where beautiful fossil fuels are offered. ah, ah, hello there i miss dancy attainder. how with the headlines here on out as aaron, hong kong media tiger in july and 2 other pro democracy activists have been found guilty of organizing and participating in last he his band gentlemen square vigil. hong kong banned that annual vigil to mark the 1989 massacre. citing the pandemic britons prime minister has announced a return to tighter corona virus restrictions in england to try to stem the spread of the army con variant. more than 51000 people tested positive in the u. k. just in the past day, forrest johnson says, people must work from home where possible and is mandating back seen passports for
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entrance into public venues. that announcement comes just hours after he was forced to apologize for a video showing his staff, joking about holding a christmas party during last year's lockdown. i think the overwhelmingly, the, the public see the importance of the, the messages that they are getting by this medium. it is imperfect, we do what we can to explain what we think is, is necessary. i know it's contentious. i know it's difficult, and i know that sometimes the messages are confusing, or we do our absolute best to make it as, as clear as possible. and we do everything that we can to protect public health. that's what we're, we're, we're driven by drug make a fiver, says a 3rd vaccine dose is indeed effective against the on the con very, and the drug make it says lab tests show that
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a booster shot off as increased protection. 5 has also started to develop an army con specific vaccine, which should be available from next year. save the children says more than a quarter of a 1000000 children. an 8 countries may have died from hunger. this year, the charities as children and east africa bearing the brunt of the climate crisis, and as calling on governments to fully fund response plans. the us house of representatives has voted in favor of banning imports from china's western shins, young region over forced labor concerns. as part of washington pushback against beijing treatment of muslim wiggers, which the u. s. as amounts to genocide as a become law and needs to pass the senate and be signed off by president joe biden . while those are the headlines, i'll have much one use for you here on al jazeera, after part 2 of al jazeera correspondent stay with us. ah,
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this is the road that links the 2 largest towns in kenya. ne province gary son would g holton, simple of both the lack of development and lack of interest shown by successive governments. i don't care this point for structures protected woodyear from much of the recent violence that was engulfed goodies ah, in 1984. however, these earlier had developed a reputation for insecurity. the district suffered from interclean violence, mainly over glazing lights, which are even by the standards of ne, produce extremely limiter. the rain, subbing could this here. but in the 1980s, successive drought had aggravated. the problem has had the inflow of weapons from neighboring, somebody like the british before them. the canaan governments chuckle to understand
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the complexities of clamp politics. the answer to the escalating violence was to disarm the clans, a practical and sensible solution. but as with the most, the kind getty, so 4 years aaliyah, the contempt in which administrators police and the army held somalis was to have fatal consequences. on friday, february 10th, 198 to full of police and military sweep of wood, g was ordered to collect old men from the de good yet colon, whom the local administrators blamed for the violence. thousands were brought to the newly built, asked repertoire gala 10 miles outside tom. it was the only fest area large enough to hold them for those who survived. it's a place they come back to with great reluctance use of abraham was the government's call to chain 1984 caught up in the sweep. he was forced at gunpoint to lie face
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down on the scalding stones. the 1st person who made an attempt to flee from this place was a young man. i'm sure he ran in this direction. i couldn't raise my head and watch what was happening. and then as he was almost about to get out of the fence, then he was shot to done then the 80 member, the officers who were then doing their touching and the killing said that there that is going to be mit for the haine. the young man, late just outside the fence. the hall. you are released because you are government official. what's the worst thing you? so here are the humiliation. the beating the and this sing and the denial of wall. tar and a food and a shed. and then,
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you know, collecting our own clothes, then putting then new to them, you know, on the back of nick had fig. put and setting them on fire was a scene that, you know, in a normal person will shrink from dog electrically. i feel i am a kenyan the graphical, but a fairness and justice per se. i don't believe it exists in king use of from boss like him or could prove there were government officials were released on the 2nd day before the act of torture progressed to mass murder most of the detainees. however, what ordinary hottest and walk us from the top. the treatment they received while been grounded up when late are they are st rate among the was atrocities of the 20th century. mohammed casara was at his house with his family when the soldiers came for him. good example. today it was good news. it
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caught up scary college color when is he and i wonder with us glad and all day the and all over the and down. oh dear. good. welcome. lucky mitchell. ethan gay. how all re all of our clea, dogs. so copy galore parallel was sarah layla for her mining tea while nella good i will turn in really good. how called the article directly from miss anita who he who had the g a for a week or color looked up to me too much of it and then measure wouldn't madonna's movies or bell or or bell lily or her gen i own i am a are the winner macy. that would sit up for cut them up every inc.
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is sharon? yeah. unlike that in so do. do might have keep a gordy. arlington go other than would kill a kidney? well, is it a girl? is the wiggly cookie. that the r o e b, you will, how casala, meek, colorado. it is a mil in for you. and your mom can 15 may or with terribly and will, will again my phone with the household. i move because of how we look center committee this or that he did you see a go to the 30. yeah. so some of the him. okay. monica. wow. wow. so gary, ella said that also had him the key heavily
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on only will remember this one, missouri la la, la, la, giving shining real lafitte. oh, muslin us here anchor. my says ozy. and so it was ern emery of america and saw you love me. i got my layla show. well, that's an unheard of thousands was tortured and killed yet would years like solution allowed for complete media blackout. when details did finally come out, a month later, the government made the blonde assertion that $57.00 men had been killed during an
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operation to disarm the clans. no one can put an exact number on the dead. certainly hundreds died, possibly more than a 1000. but the army was brutally efficient at this passing the bodies. only a handful of photos made it out of wood g, silent testimony to the atrocities committed. the police and government officials will still not talk to get answers to what happened in ne province. both of them, and now i have to go to the capital naval me. residents of my problem is still refer to it as going to kinda night will be the melting pot, where every one of kenya's, $42.00 tribes, rob, shoulders in what is meant to be equality promoting the idea of unity has been one of the primary goals of kenya's leaders since independence the parliament cut is the motional moto, and cut face of the 1st president,
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who said jamal kinyata. hud omby, a swahili word meaning altogether. but the capital statues tell a different story. they pay homage to the big men who have held absolute power since independence kenyatta, whose son, who is now president and more, who oversaw the consolidation of the one parties state in the 2 decades following kenyatta duff in 1978 more without any attempt at subtlety mid the tribal, during group or club, the symbol of his authority. it was more who was president when my home was bond in 1980. but for people from carissa, it's gigi carry yuki moiz outspoken minister for internal security, who is seen as particularly responsible at responsibility. he still denies it or somebody she might,
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people be queued because of land that you ask yourself. are you jenny? who would you ask in the people not to comes the government to not of to come up. there was collective punishment. there was a dripping of women. there were kill collective punishment if killing of women children grouping women in bonding houses. what time i see a trend global means who might like you they have never been honest with themselves to after them. few questions, asking themselves questions though, do put women and children in one corner so that she can deal with it. but the buddy truly like on the cup of the innocent people. how do you do it? you have to find a way of floating them out, but i did. oh, are they going to allow you to lose the going to come with night heaton or i but
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people acute these the computers and whatever you keep busing, they miss. what do you people, disease, yield and community? you need to tell them that with 1980 your visits and to get issa and the, the newspaper, the need that the daily mission off the 11th off november 1980 court. and you are saying as i was on the aircraft. yes. i so some houses were bump . yes. and, but our forces must be commended for showing that i was trained because of their forces anthem was that the fire was bitten by it, but it is a deal of the water acting over a dirty deals. what duct diffuse bye bye bye bye you bye bye. no no conventional fight? i was a victim of the gutters. almost. yes. and i remember that night not seeing an abundance but soldiers. government soldiers putting our house
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my home on fire and killing on me. miss. you're kidding, port on many, be good. many. and if people died, oh, look at where they were in san angelo said mowdy with a mighty initiative of people shortly people died. but when you asked, can you account for that? all we know is that the bodies were dropped in the town anyway. i was, i was in our down north. tricky to for me. are you saying no one died in google with a number of people text not her that she groups of i'm one was wanted to me. did you can you can ask him exactly what happened on that fateful night. speaking to him, hearing what he had to say, his continued defence. after to day, i think his just continuing on with the government cover up. and i don't believe much of what he said. i don't want to mix these attitudes,
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harder to accept now is the canyon is meant of changed in 2007. the blood if violence following the contested election results graphically illustrated the deep seated tribal laboratory in this country. when the dust had settled on a compromise, government of national unity was put in place. an attempt was made to finally confront the political violence of canals passed. integral to this process was the truth justice on reconciliation commission based on the south africa model for the victims of the shifter war on the massacres in garrison woodyear. it was the 1st official recognition of their suffering. mohammed l. me is now a politician in 1984, he was one of those who came to the assistance of the men who has kept them must again, would you what i saw he was and what has remained very distinctly in my mind today. he
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is a pile of bodies, b to my right. and to make it people cut it. oh there to another body to put on the pile. any belief in all these thunder? the problems of the past would finally be addressed was to be short lived in october, 2011. can em forces embed at somalia, provoking the bladder, backlash bows, shabani that guide up flights. that group that controlled much of the country. this was the 1st time kenya's troops had crossed its borders in anger. it was to be a costly adventure. it costly both, not just in terms of the financial costs to this country,
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but also to the fact that tom, we had subsequently not being able to deal with the aftermath of the mission. because it was clear that once you went after terrace to groups like that, once in somalia, then now they would tend to attack of the country. and we have seen that town after that invasion the level of attack in, but you will an artist and brokerage in monday on with dea county and gary's that has been significant. how has that changed the economic and political environment in the country? this generally being a growing and ease about so man is in the country and down there has in fact been in puts of their country like nairobi dead, incidences of attacks against him on his back whenever an explosion or cause. honestly, aud in town anyway. i saw that these resentment, you know, of that, that they said the people are causing this, asked somalis,
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we have also been guilty of tribal prejudice during the colonial era. we saw selves as distinct from kenya's. other tribes unfold to be categorized as issue as indian, some at ups walk, other than african and dubious privilege for which we paid higher taxes and go to live here in italy. the area of the capital that resolved for ations. like so many other somalis, this was the 1st place i arrived in nairobi when i came here to study. when the civil war started in somalia $99.00 to $1.00, italy was the natural refuge for many of the families fleeing the fighting awning itself. the nickname, little mogadishu, kenya also plays hostile a half a 1000000 more somali said the dob refugee camp between gary's on the border with some money. this combined with the 2011 ambition and the memories of the shifter war mic for a little mix. at best,
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we have seen us people of dubious loyalty. at was. i'll sham up. these mistrust was gruff playlist, straightened on the 18th of november, 2012. when i come to my to the mini bus, kenyans used daily for transport was blown up on the outcomes of, isn't it a young somebody man was seized and beaten by the crowd. within minutes they were running bottles between somalis an answer moneys. the looting of shops, rape and beatings were a grim reminder of how little hus change in my homeland. it took the police several hours to intervene by which time the damage had been done. much to the anger of the italy community like the residence of goodies, how they suffer from both the violence and the failures of the kingdom. police, whose seat as a somali problem. why has there been no successes yet? why have you not a friend of any of the culprits for cunning?
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all these killings and bombing sofa is because of the fact that the community does not open up. and remember, these are people from one community, whether you are so molly, from canal years from ali, from malia, big brother, people from one community. so you know, you know, the history of this region. they've been cut it out by government security officials. now, when you look on that and the collective punishment that's been going on to, is this not a continuation of the failed policies of the past? you should ask your way to think about all those months because you're talking about we have not had you condemning situations where individual kill office or collecting revenue canada revenue authority officers have been killed in that region that had been killed by the police. that we must have had by the locals. we're not hearing you talking about police my 2nd, but the locals. it's therefore a lie. it's therefore exaggeration. it's therefore in descent to, to, to,
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to blame government for primitive actions covered by law course. and ship of good is, went on kill this police, use me is not the entire community, but it is the community, out faithful. and these people are coming from the community. and that's what we're talking about. openness, nobody's even condemning the somali community, holistic information just did not know it's important to be attentive. i said it is members of the society as an office of the, for as an office of the service. and as an officer of the law, it is my responsibility to protect the people. and we've done it. equate abundantly . the day after the riots in italy, violence would again often get isa. on the outskirts of the town cities,
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soldiers from the cannon miniature was shot dead when they stopped their truck to change a tire within hours, my hometown was once again on fire. it's no coincidence of the target of the military's vengeance was carissa central market. the same study, collective punishment with the same results. 5 months later, the markets roof at the list is back on. this is the entrance to the market. it's pulled the duck market. it's where falls and over the dental garza usually come to find their livelihood. the traders have received no composition and the bitterness runs did. the market was completed bunch done and people who are punished even some of the more cute that they've lost all this has happened to you. do you still feel that you are canyon? i'm canyon. nobody can change me from the i'm canyon,
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but i bet employed, armed forces have created all that. not even, sorry is nobody came and said, so what's happened to us? well, what do you know when we're getting back to know how often flying up with this woman most of the things she had in the fire? and she saying, now she doesn't have any more. she was telling household items of the store where she was, i'm in total, she lost about 800000, which is about $10000.00. now she says she slips hungry. most of the time of the following day, the anger and frustration of the population towards the police and the military adopted. abdulla he bought a close friend of mine since childhood on a government official, tried to calm the protesters and will shortly when the military fired into the
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crowd. he was not a 3 years old. he leaves his mother already herself, a widow to look after his for often children and our father. oh, what a good man. hey yeah. disaster. luckily recruitment, look on the corner. a sheet that you all can i did the one we'll stone, asked the mcmahon or tablet visit with the color initiate a couple minutes with a little bottle off the bus. oh no, no. they didn't schedule that. i thought you thought as a what i thought some are not the salad. i saw that i funky thought. i was standing out of town and couple hours or thursday. melissa. i shot local fulton martin. i remember my mind. i mean clearly minded them. see this, this, that no good in law about a 1000 me. mendoza. target confused with mine. i had come up
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with ha, all done. almost. i wasn't told we should still have some info hung up to mom. i'm. i don't wanna check with you just typical. it's difficult to pick all the way we're
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just to pick all the way we are treated in a country we call our own ah, 5 months later, i found myself reporting on the whisky dots, hockey, naomi, more lives torn apart by violence. as a canyon, i watched these scenes with horror. as a kenyan somali, i feared the buckling president will huddle, kenyatta hussle to reassure us that the country is united and tolerant. national fellow learn why. the distinction between terrorism and his law. i hope this is true. i hope that some good can come from this terrible tragedy and we can finally move on from the mutual suspicion and mistress
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of the shifter warriors. i hope that 50 years on the dream of independence confinement had given one mission where we all kingdom cities have always been in motion. they have to be, to evolve and adapt of all the sab cities, all the greatest work of all shooting times in the huge city. you kind of get this sense of how the world around you behaves in a way. you cannot see the naked eye. you can feel the hairs on the back of your neck standing up when you reach the top of that building and get that great view. metropolis on al jazeera, bold and home stories, the asia and the pacific on al jazeera. once upon a time,
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the family fled from monsters and so silent in snowy lang. the sisters was so scared of being sent back that they disappeared within themselves. ah, the little boy had a different time. who escaped to mos shit, make scrap. how will that story and witness wake up? what mom's out there? ah hello. good to see. here's your weather report for the middle east. we do have some activity move in across northern areas of syria, iraq into western portions of iran, but by and large things looking good. plenty of sun in the mix here. same goes for pakistan. that's where the south and the north karachi $29.00 degrees at low hor, $22.00. so the mornings and the nights a bit fresh here. off to turkey and the situation here fairly calm after that act
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of weather rolled across the van. still a few scattered showers. hanging about, but as the day progresses on thursday, you will see an improvement in conditions central africa. right now we got to talk temperatures because these hope well above average, juba at 40 bungie 35 degrees. i think it may set a new december record temperature that will come in the days ahead. so the average 30 to the record $36.00 saturday. we've got you in for 37. so potentially record breaking stuff further towards his south right now. and we do have some disturbed weather southern angola toward the northeast northwest of namibia. but really this eastern portion of south africa still that what weather and we may power up some thunderstorms. so we look at the forecast for johannesburg. the risk is there for the next few days and some breezy conditions as well. that sure up they will see again soon. ah, mm mm. the the hero world
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with o a guilty verdict for 3 pro democracy campaign. as in hong kong, they're charged with taking part in a band vigil. ah, hello there, i'm to solve the attain. this is out there at like from doha. also coming up, topic over 19 restrictions imposed in the u. k. but the government is undefined, off to senior officials are accused of ignoring previous measures. akina foster is president fi is the prime minister and the government anger is growing over.


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