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i changed it showed me that i am actually so tracking and fire with africa direct on al jazeera ah civilians freed from a besieged steel plant and mary, a pole ahead to safety. after injuring wakes of russian bombardments. ah, hello, i'm emily anglin. this is al jazeera life from dough house, coming up a u energy ministers made in brussels, divided on their oil and gas supplies from russia. eat unfit, celebrations turned violent in ethiopia. we have the latest from addis ababa class . welcome back to new zealand. visitors from 60
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countries are free to fly in again. after 2 years of a convent closure we begin the program with the evacuation of civilians from east in ukraine where russia is intensifying its bombardment. around 100 civilians who escaped the as of style still works in mary a pole on sunday, a heading to the city of separation. they are expected to arrive in the next few hours. further evacuations are from happening from near by chance. are also underway, alexia bryan report, crawling out of the rubble of muddy poles as of style steel plant and finally on their way to safety. these people have been sheltering and bankers and tunnels underneath the complex, as it came under continuous bombardment by russian forces. i mean, we've been waiting here for 2 months with the evacuation was part of what the
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united nations called a safe passage operation during a temporary cease fire agreed by russia and ukraine. this lewis sold us, the soldiers came and escorted the 1st 11 people out. those who were seriously ill had asthma or needed insulin. and also 3 of us randomly more than 40 people, including little children, are left there up to a 1000 civilians and 2000 ukrainian fighters. i believe to have ended up inside the plant surrounded by russian forces in the last ukrainian held territory in the port city. people who were evacuated, spoke of the terror they experienced and of having to live in darkness for more than 60 days. because when the shower started landing out of a style, i thought my heart would stop and i would not survive it. a ukrainian commanders still in the bunker, it says there is not enough water. and the air smells of decomposing bodies. you're
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medusa. sure. oh, glad separate. all right, sir. i hope the evacuations will continue. well, help our government and a 3rd party, the un mission, the red cross will all try to evacuate all civilians, not only from the plans, but from mario pollen. general, i also hope to evacuate all the injured and killed use of accurate all soldiers who are here now. for those now free relief, but also grief for who and what they may have lost. and through when you look at it, there is no house anymore. of course there isn't. who do you all the time we spent in the bunker, they were bombing matter. you're pull authority, say a 100000 people remain, and what's left of the city with hundreds more below ground at the steel works. a factory that's become a symbol of ukrainian resistance, alexia bryan al jazeera and her abdel hamid is in a separate chair where it's hoped evacuated from mary paul. it will arrive in the
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next 24 hours. there are still quite a bit away there still in russian, a controlled occupied territory. router. ah, it's moving very slowly. and that's because that's at, at several stages. they have to stop. they have to be checked again. and these are russian check boys. they have to go to a filtration center where the russians have to vet every single person coming out. so it is an extremely long process. and if you recall, i mean the u. n. and the red cross conway haven't arrived in or you pull on saturday. and it's only she day that there is some movement and only about a 100 to a $120.00 civilians. of those that were in the, as of cell steel plug are coming out, we still don't know how many as still inside is relieved. maybe this they were up
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to a 1000. so maybe 900 are still in the is all quite fluid. i spoke earlier to the mayor of more, you will, who is here in the upper region. he said to me, well, today's the big day of evacuations because apart from the un called voided, everybody here is waiting for, ah, there's also another evacuation that is happening is been facilitated again by the un and the red cross. but those are for people who are outside of the of the plant civilians. we live in different areas of where you pull out. a meeting point has been announced and boxes have been sent to that meeting point. but we still don't know if that convoy is actually going to be on the move anytime soon. ukrainian officials say russian rockets have again struck a strategically important bridge in the southwest. it's unclear if the bridge remains open. it's the only road and rallying from odessa across the denisa river
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estuary it's been already targeted twice by recent russian strikes. civilians are not just leaving mary palm charles street. saint is just outside avenue div come on the front line in eastern ukraine. he saying what the situation is like the residents slain. the town was quite as, as we went in, but a lot of destruction. lot of the buildings destroyed and some very terrified people as well. that have been living in a bunker in the center of town and we asked them as you can imagine, what their plans were now and how it felt to be to be evacuated after having spent so many days in this bunker. one, dear old lady wellings, her eighties, utterly distraught, breaking down, saying, please, we just need to move. now. i don't want to die. other young people there a young couple saying that the only plan that they had in place was to get as quickly as possible out of f d of co. that group now will be taken over basically
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a 3 day journey across ukraine to a shelter in the west of ukraine. and from there on, i mean it's, it's basically up to the individuals as to whether they stay in ukraine, whether they indeed have anything organized and that fall back from the frontline. as for other fighting across the front, it's the usual towns that we've been reporting about. and from in recent days, towns like li man tells like is young towns like curb burial cover. these are all places where russia is trying to mount a big serge. that's according to the ukrainian military, towards the areas of savanski. it has been quite in the area that we've been in over the last hour or so. but literally in the last few minutes, we've heard heavy shelling coming from the east european union energy ministers are holding an emergency making after russia cut deliveries of gas to poland and bulgaria. some a members trying to trying to phase out the books reliance on russian oil and gas
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imports. the you get 40 percent of its natural gas from russia and brings in more than a quarter of its crude oil from them. but now rushes biggest a customer, germany aims to be fully independent of russian oil imports like to be seen. it's already reduce them to 12 percent, but it remains a big consumer of rush and guess getting more than a 3rd of its supply from them. but banning russian energy is complicated and not everyone is on board. hungry relies heavily on russian gas and oil and he's resisting a ban of concerns. it may damage its economy. other countries taking large volumes include equally austria and so voc, yeah. all i have by is an energy market analyst based in osler. he says it won't be easy for europe to find alternative sources of fossil fuels. the russians are supplying around the 37 to 40 percent of the total you consumption is really, really large part. we have been quite lucky with the supply from the region,
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continental shelf. that's high it. and it has been, we all seen a huge optic in l. g imports into the continent. so this is, this has been more like a failure. but i think it also been important for your pins, understand everything is running on the red hot. now you know that we just apply airing, red, red hot the energy import or the rental herod hot, and we are not able to import much going forward. so it takes time to move away from russia. for example, just really quickly and think about germany. germany has a lot of natural gas coming from russia. for example, if you think about the north one pipeline, we all know that north into pipeline is dead in the sea. does not going to happen. bankrupt, never going to happen. no one still delivering at full capacity all, all hold those, delivering all the long term contracts. however, if they decide to cut the supply from those $31.00 and they are going to build more than 2 terminals that will take one to 2 to 3 years,
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maybe to get up to have around a capacity, which is one 3rd of what nursing one is delivery now in 3 years, then you get the sort of the id and the, the seriousness of this, of this supply source. russia is just 2 big russia foreign ministers. second leverage has caused controversy by suggesting, not seen later. and of hitler had jewish roots, that's from to israel to some in russia's ambassador for talks. leverage of also said the cranium. presidents, jewish heritage doesn't contradict moscow's claims. the country is won by nazis. he added that some of the worst anti semites of jews claims that hitler with punctuation is a theory widely dismissed by historians to the world news now and muslims around the world as celebrating the 1st day of age alpharetta macking, the end of the holy month of ramadan in ethiopia, capital addis ababa morning prayers. celebrating 8 have ended in violence,
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protest is throw stones at government buildings in place who then find back with t gas. they're angry about violence in the north that is led to the depths of muslims in the city of gone down. ethiopia, in general, as samuel get a child is in the capitol with move. this was on each celebration that's been happening in their sob. may got open space square and named moscow square. hundreds and thousands of people do attend. they do not just occupy the space of the square, but the goal, the stretch, all the way to you know, some of the neighborhoods in the bully area. the push a bully and want from it. there was, according to the are the, some of our police are there were young people throwing stones in light of what happened in the corner, a tone of wonder and i'm her region, which they felt that the muslims have been targeted. in particular, 21 muslim,
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were allegedly killed. why christians, they alleged and that's why they were throwing stones and really destroying the property, according to the open government. but the job and security decided to use tier goes to try to bring this, you know, young people under control. and there has been lots of people that have been injured. there hasn't been any you know, anyone that have died so far according to the if you're going government. but there are many, many children that have been missing in the government and local organizations on tried to unite this children to their families. and what is should be a holy day for muslims in ethiopia. still head on al jazeera dust dome in iraq, causes travel chaos as flights of grounded at baghdad airport. and where in the philippines where indigenous people are appealing for help to save their ancestral
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land. ah, the journey has begun the faithful world copies on its way to catherine your travel package today. it's turned very well the last few days in viet nam louse, cambodia and thailand, it's seasonal rate and it's fairly heavy that will keep going in that direction. in fact, you see some down 7 plus a tile and that was singapore, sumatra bornea in the western part of java deliver gap elsewhere in indonesia. but both the north and south. the philippines also look fairly where this is all seasonal stuff with daily variation to some degree. this is little less season or there has been significant rain recently in southern china a couple days ago, also in hong shoot. that's on its way out. what's left behind is the heat of the spring sun. so hong kong, warm. yep. consider re and so is beijing both?
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well, above the average, i mean the case of beijing, something like 8 or 9 degrees above the average. the focus of beijing is a hot one. then for wednesday, average being 24, it does cool down as the wind picks up malcolm outer mongolia, i think by friday, heat is an enduring problem, as you know in northern india, and the winds pick up the dust, so da storms to. but the feet of this moisture, further east is in introducing enough to produce big thunderstorms. they're called cowboys, jackie's dangerous ones, particularly round bangladesh, to some degree in the neighboring parts of india as well. i saw air with issue and line of the journey. got on one of the fastest growing nations in the world while need cause needed to oakland and development school track. international shipping companies to become a p middle east and tried and wanting skillfully knocked out 3 key areas of
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develop oh, filling up from it. so connecting the world, connecting the future while need. cato. castillo's gateway to whoa trade. lou. the me. hello, you're watching out there. i'm emily angry. he's reminder events help stories this hour. russia has reportedly resumed shelling the as of self feel works in mary. a poll in the back of williams, about 100 people have been freed up to hiding underground from nearly 2 months. the un at red cross, the water making the operation ukrainian, or russian forces ukrainian officials. meanwhile,
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a strategically important bridge in the south west has been hit by rockets. the bridge provides the only road and routing from odessa to the other side of the denise to estry. and you and he made ministers have held crisis in brussels after russia cuts deliveries of gas to poland. and garry last week, ministers weighing up imposing a ban on russian oil. there's a disagreement over wayne and the embargo would come into the un secretary general has called for return to civilian rule following military curves and became a fuss. so gimme a molly and tony, a good chair has made his appeal in this year on the 2nd day of his race. don't visit to west africa. you'll so urged debt relief and grace are investment to help african economies recover from the pandemic and is due to meet families in this a how region scarred by attacks on to so seriously. in all honesty,
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i've seen with great distress, the coo and molly. then with even greater distress, the 2nd qu, i'm convinced we need to keep engaging with molly. that's what we're doing. and i hope it will be possible to have an agreement between molly and echo was to agree on an acceptable time for the transition period. and that molly is reintegrated within the echo last framework. i don't comment on measures taken by others on what i want is molly to have the flexibility to agree with x, y, and bring back no morality in this country. and i'm sure it'll solve all the other issues. and our report, nicholas hack is in synagogue capital da. com and has more on the un shapes message . he's reiterating the warning people in the region of this triple crisis, food energy headed, and also the finance, which he says are the fall out of the crisis in russia and ukraine. there's been doubling of prices of basic necessities that
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a sugar or wheat. and this has really badly affected a region where most people live on less than $2.00 a day. but again, he reiterated the need for a return to civilian rule in a region where there's been a series of unprecedented crews in the region, whether it be in guinea in burkina faso. in, in molly more recently, molly, home to the biggest and the most expensive un peacekeeping operation, a $1000000000.00 a year. and where more un peacekeepers have died than any previous mission while he chose not to go to molly, but he dressed molly in his press conference conference, a country that is under section from the west african body echo os their borders are shut a country that is increasingly isolated the he's trying to draw the attention that what's happening in europe will affect people in africa, specifically on the food shortage front front and the looming famines that could
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happen in the region. as a result, that's why he's going to visit those displays. there were one in government says a law so being pursued again, states in the us by the family of a man who in spite of the hollywood film hotel, we're wonder, is baseless pull recessive. again, his family is suing for $400000000.00. they say he was looted from his home in the . busy us to be imprisoned and then tortured in kigali, is currently serving 25 years in jail for terrorism. yolanda nicola, the, we're wondering, government spokesman, has defended the state action. he will be ready because he's a subject of an arrest warrant. he was part of a law enforcement operation to to you or him to wonder where he was arrested. and he was charged with very serious charges. alongside 20 other co accused. they received a transparent and fair trial where very comprehensive, overwhelming evidence was presented. and he was convicted of leading,
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supporting an armed group made up of general c dia from the r c, who killed once at least 9 of them. the youngest of almost 13. and he's now serving 25 years in prison after a very old judicial process, including journalists in uganda, say it's increasingly difficult for them to do their jobs because of the government crackdown on dissent. human rights group say it's part of a long running repression of critical voices. them how route matessa has moved for these journalists working again, that is frustrating and sometimes dangerous. in march, the independent online t. v station was rated by security officials, journalists were arrested for what the government court fiber, stalking and offensive communication. some say they were tortured before being released on bail. anything in regards to broadcast with pickens, anything regarding to, or office equipment from computers to even media paperwork,
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even. who is it me or was it written for you? well, i mean everything was to him. that's why it's a noun clause, because as move our own will find i am sure you. so our team as i, you do as it seems at our section. we do anything, rights groups, the keys presidential m a say when his government of silencing critics was saving. he has been in power since 1986. the opposition say he has become increasingly authoritarian, cracking darn voices of descent and harassing independent media outlets that he causes the attacks on jealous. i think she a failure to appreciate the critical role that will media plays in a democracy where the security and governments tend to think that was generally. so media house curves the story that his notes in their favor. they are fighting demand against them. they do not appreciate the critical importance of holding leaders to account over exposing bus or gross or misses of office on power.
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uganda government says it is not trying to muzzle the press, but journalist can't be allowed to publish. false news, commit libel, and fuel incitement. they are not going to call to to ignore the media house. oh genesis because they are. so you're talking about is this his of grain. i'm the security forces going in there by it's not targeting the gentleman, but some journalist in uganda feel the state is targeting them and they say more needs to be done to respect people's rights to freedom of speech and expression. parramatta, out there, thousands of palestinians have attended prayers at the alex um mosque compound in occupied east jerusalem to market aid and theater tension has been high in recent wakes following incursions by far right o trend, nationalist, jewish groups. 70 deco reports from the entrance of the mosque. the mayor prayer is about to take place were outside the entrance of the alex. i'm all
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the way home pounded lions gate. and as you can see, a relevant from thousands of thousands of people have been arriving here throughout the morning, starting from around 4 o'clock in the morning. now making their way inside the compound to carry out their prayers to none with net and we always prayed to god for peace and to lift the suffering of our youth. and we had a lot of people killed many martyrs. sadness is killing a hot spots. it's thanks to god who gave a said to celebrates with happiness and to also pray for peace with a small misses jamini. so we need prayers have finished and have paul sto without incident. you can now see the large crowd making their way out of the alex the most compound. they'll be heading home, spending the next 3 days celebrating ead with their families that have been tensioned here over the last couple of weeks, particularly when it comes to the access of the far right. ultra nationalist,
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jewish groups accessing galaxy most compound and calling for the right to prayer, sometimes even actively attempting prayers on the site. this is forbidden, under the status quo, which is agreed upon between israel and jordan, which is the custodian of the site and seen qsi provocative to palestinians. interesting. on the political level. jordan, israel will be meeting after he'd to discuss this exact point. you've also had how math lead are. yes, in law, add to that same deluxe is a red line and this can no longer continue, but away from politics. it's a day that's paused very peacefully, tens of thousands, making their way here to attend 8 prayers said earlier, now we'll be heading home to celebrate with our family. a dust storm in iraq has caused dozens of people to seek hospital treatment and flights of baghdad. airport, we're grounded as the thick layer of dust turned the sky, orange, weather experts expect dust ohms to become increasingly common because of drafts in the high temperatures. a territorial dispute that lead to violence against
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indigenous activists seen that the southern philippines is highlight of the dangers faced by environmental defenders. police say the group was trespassing and ignored a warning shot as jamila ellen, dog and reports from beckoned on province. the activist one to the next administration after upcoming elections, to offer them greater protection. they are from them. a noble pull indian tribe considered one of the very 1st inhabitants in the southern region of the now, but that thorough landlord lau and his clan have lived on this road side for many years now. they hoped to take back more than a 1000 hector's of land. now privately owned that once belonged to their ancestors . they were shot at bay gun men, despite having written government permission to reclaim their land shall eat the del socorro was shot together with 3 other men or both. i made out of me. no good
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though. now, the gun men came from nowhere and started shooting at us. when i found that i thought, what sort of life did we leave out or learn more of those ellen? oh, we've been around for 5 years. who believed that the dirt, the sadness felicia to help us. but no one is here to protect us. people here don't see us as a human beings for them. we are garbage. also, the monopolies were also attached to a 5 years ago when their leader were not to allow, was shot dead. his killing remains unresolved. the story of monopoly knew this a story that is repeated many times over, according to the international group, the global witness. the philippines is the deadliest country for land defenders across the asian continent. and menda now holds the highest number of recorded killings. when president rodrigo the 3rd to was sworn into office in 2016, he vowed to defend the point of indigenous peoples and the environment. but at
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least a $160.00 environmental defenders were killed. between 20162020. a shocking increase. say many, even for a country long accustomed to violence, the tribes people killed often spoke out against illegal logging, mining, and damn projects. climate change is also a threat. extreme weather also devastates vulnerable communities. and many filipinos hoped that after to tear to retires in july, the next administration will shift its focus and protect indigenous peoples considered by some here to be the last line of defense against climate breakdown. jamal alan dorgan al jazeera book hidden and province southern philippines. new zealand is allowing terrorists in for the 1st time in nearly 2 years. travelers from about 60 countries can now visit without having to isolate a quarantine. as sarah chi right report,
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a war mile re welcome to clint. therefore, not one separated by the pandemic. find me united with really full round lifting some of the world's toughest border restriction. oh, i have been a long just been 2 years in suspension of just wondering if and when and never knowing if the moment was even going to come looking for you. thank you there. we started without knowing if we'd ever see each other. the vaccination of more than 80 percent of the population led to the gradual easing of the restriction. we marked another big moment and every connection with the world with our borders reopening to visit is from breeze away. the countries welcoming again tours from the we say u. k, japan, germany, canada, korea, and singapore. in addition,
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there is holding existing visitor visas from any country and the girls can also travel here from today. citizens were 1st allowed to return home in march, followed by australians last month, and now expanded to 60 other countries including many in europe. but travelers must be fully vaccinated and have a negative p. c r, test visitors from india, china. another non wave of countries remain bund, the government hope seizing of travel restrictions will help provide the economy that relies heavily on the 3000000 tourists who visited annually before the pandemic. despite protests against the strict lot downs and limited quarantine slots for ki, restock abroad, the government has credited the relatively low code the death toll to it's strict no tolerance policy. and while the pandemic hasn't been did yet, life and many and new zealand is returning to something like normality. at long last thought a height of al jazeera corner says it will begin the world's longest nonstop
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flights from sidney to london. in 3 years time. the airlines ordered 12 a bus, a $350.00 jet for the ultra long whole service called project sunrise. passengers will be in the air for around 20 hours. the 17000 kilometers journey direct flight from us. soon yolk are also plan ah, watching out the are these stories were following the sour. russia has reportedly resumed shelling the as of style still works in mary. a poll following the evacuation of civilians. about $100.00 people have been freed after hiding underground, familiar per month. the un and red cross a coordination of the operation with ukranian and russian forces. the.


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