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ah ah ah ah, relief at being reunited relatives meat feed from maria pole, but let me remain trapped in the city's field work complex surrounded by russian forces. ah, hello who robin what you all just there in life? my headquarters here in also coming up the volunteers rescuing people in easton ukraine from relentless russian bombardment. despite the risk to their own lives. also, he looked at his spying on the spanish government after the prime minister,
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so it's hacked on world press freedom day. the flight of gen, listen, the full didn't the exile of violence, military crackdown. welcome to the program attempt to evacuate both villians from the devastated ukrainian city of merrier pole. have been hit. by more delays, the russian forces reported her resumed shelling of the as installed steelworks. on sunday, following the evacuation of at least 100 civilians, hundreds more so bought to be trapped there. they've been underground for weeks in the dark wars. the bunkers be the complex, sheltering from relentless russian bombardment, with little food, water, or medicine. people evacuated were taken to the russian held town of bessie minnie . moscow says 57 of them have chosen to remain in separatist areas, but the cold voice, final destiny, an is awful richer,
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very large city of the se under ukrainian control over we're hot abdel heavy reports is the 1st safe transit point for those fleeing shelling in air strikes, a parking lot outside a shopping mall. aptly named epi centre. all day long convoys of cars kept arriving. this one was the 1st of the day, la elena gilbert was born in russia. she could have left her hometown of mar, you pull earlier, but she didn't. i was just on my cellphone. just want to see him. i, in all my relatives live in russia. they're worried about me. they asked me to go there. i love them, but i won't be able to go, i won't stand it. i can, you are bond. how can you forgive? there was the possibility to go to russia. there are 3 buses daily that go to danielle to cover. but many people want to go to ukraine and they dont know how
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throughout the day they just kept on arriving mostly fleeing places like her son, mili, topple, but a dance and other places under russian control. some were on their last legs. do you am convoy with the civilians evacuated from the as of south steel factory is also supposed to arrive here. but just as those what made it out are going through thorough security checks by the ukrainians. those on board the buses are being vetted by the russians. under the safe passage agreement brokerage by the un, only women, children and the elderly are allowed to leave. about a 100 civilians were rescued from the steelworks. they have been sheltering and tunneled and bunkers underneath the soviet era. factory. pale and exhausted, they crawled out of the rubble in um, glint, rubber floor to take was puts me to carry out some sort of special operation cuz
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people are under the rebel. we hear them talking, but we can't lift the slabs. you want to declare the rebel outside the bunkers that block the entrance, but we can't because of the shilling. the convoys on the moves, but as alina most jenko says, driving out of mer you pull, involves several hurdles gasoline last, they kept us forever at the checkpoints, at the last check point, they pushed us back and told us to come at 7 a. m with a promise that we will cross. let us through. the conway was huge. they were a lot of people, but only 25 cars made it. the rest returned back russian soldier was shooting in the air. he warned us that next time he will she to kill russia wants to make sure soldiers hold up at the factory, dull, sneak out among the civilians. for those who make it, these are difficult but joyful moments, but to dull, still trapped and more you pull. these are dark hours where the end is difficult to
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predict. what abdul hamid al jazeera zachary jap, volunteers, and his new crane are risking their lives to rescue people in danger of russian attack, villages and towns having evacuated despite no agreement being in place of moscow. all the un, our correspondent charles transferred under seem boarded, abbas taking evacuees to the safety from the frontline town of, of did edgar volunteer evacuation driver, eagle common it listens to directions from a contact on the front line. there will be a petrol station. you go straight off to the crossroads, you turn right. she says, we put on our protective vests and get on the bus. your room is an hours drive to the town of abdi of go through countryside. that so far doesn't bear the skulls of war. egos, church group got a call, the doctor 40 people wanted to be evacuated immediately. he has to move fast because there's been
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a low in the shelling bush which we feel we have to do some think because people have to live. it's as simple as that. when we go in, we are very anxious, but when we get people out, we feel joy, others, we destroyed buildings begin to appear as we enter town. the bus stops and we walk down into a nearby bunker all in our fled shelling around the town of kraemer tossed with her 2 daughters, uva and maria. she says she is too afraid to leave the relative safety of the underground shelter. i've been watching these can attend to snell. the children are terrified of the shelling shells are hitting buildings near our home. it's not as loud under ground that if the streets above a virtually empty rushing shells of hit residential housing blocks nearby, people stop boarding the bus. some have bought their pants, sisters moms and dads,
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and the elderly. this terrified old lady told us i'm so scared and i don't want to die, nor her emotion miss. i feel great relief. we live for more than a month in the basement. we are just so thankful. it's very scary. would just have to leave you a the bus races out of town before the shilling starts. again. this is the 1st time the church was received a call from people desperately. once you get out of these evacuation now, 3 days journey to a shelter in western and your grade, there are ongoing evacuation efforts to various villages and towns happening across east in ukraine. but they are not negotiated by the us or agreed upon by russian forces. there is no safe passage for thousands of people like these. charles stafford algae, 0 of the cur, eastern ukraine. a teenager has been killed and a russian strike on the port. said he, a desa. the missile had
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a residential building with 5 people inside. and girl was also injured and taken to hospital. now there have been more rush of tax in the city in recent weeks. well in his nightly address, ukrainian present blood, miss linds express outrage at the a desa attack. so we need to come in the future. today, the russian army launched another few rockets on a desa. they destroyed a hostile or killed a 14 year old boy wounded a 17 year old girl. she has a shell fragment in her body. what's the point? what for what dane to those children pose, the russian state. fires destroyed a historic school in the east in ukrainian city of the hands of the russian shelling on sunday. the hands, military administered military administration of the school as one of the best institutes in the region. and the building is more than a century old. governor of the region has urged people to evacuate while they can. a shilling intensified. even humanistic have met for an extraordinary session over
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russian demands to pay for oil and gas in russian roubles. the blog says those conditions can not be met and any circumstances. the energy commissioner has, as companies do to pay gas from in a few days to consider other options. dominant came reports of berlin. for years, russian fossil fuels have been a main energy source for much of europe. on an average day, the e u bies, in as much as $1000000000.00 worth of coal, gas, and oil. but moscow is now insisting customers from what it calls hostile states pay for their gas in rubles, and of switched off supply to the bulgarians. and polls for failing to do so, forcing the you into an emergency meeting on energy security, many or financial companies. i try to make that next payment to gasp, i'm in meet may and are trying to understand better. but they should do. and we
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need to give them the clarity that bank robbers, through their conversion mechanics managed by the russian public authorities. and a 2nd dedicated accounting cast from bank is a violation of the sanctions and cannot be accepted. in essence, this meeting deferred lasting solutions, leaving that option instead for a full e u summit at the head of state level. at the end of the month, the sticking point has been how to help members states who are most dependent on russian energy. how would they want to know who's going to take care of them? is their solidarity in the european union? it's one thing her solitary, when everybody storage is full, will there be solidarity with storage isn't full and that's germany. for example, has the biggest storage after ukraine. we know the problem and ukraine. they should step up and say, we're going to share with you what we can. the european commission is already said . it wants to reduce its dependence on russian energy by 2 thirds this year. but
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the german government wants to act sooner, where possible agreeing to embargo russian coal from august and wanting to stop using its oil by the end of the summer, with gas to follow as quickly as possible. which means uncertainty for refineries such as sh, fit in eastern germany each year. it processes more than $11000000.00 tons of russian crude oil. it's currently majority owned by the moscow based company, but all sniffed in some ways. berlin's changing approach to russian fossil fuels has been a process, not an event. when the war started, ministers avoided encouraging embargoes. but as the conflict in ukraine has evolved, so to has their position here, dominant cane al jazeera in the german capital. israel has demanded an apology from moscow after russia's foreign ministry. a minister sokulaf ross romance,
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claiming the adult hitler had jewish blood, not russia's ambassador to israel was summoned for talks. law brussels has said that the ukrainian presents jewish heritage doesn't contradict moscow's claims of the countries run by nazis. and he added a claim that in his words, some of the worst anti semites or jews varies that hitler was part jewish or widely dismissed and rejected by historians. italy's prime minister maria druggie described la ross remarks which were made on italian television as obscene. a chairman of israel's holocaust memorial yard beacham has called the remarks abhorrent, despicable, and contrary to historical truth. therefore, as for the ukrainian to agree on government that the president zalinski barbecue loudly as madly is also a policy, actually is the distortion of the holocaust. is there any gratian of the victims of the oligarchy? because they are not the men something like that. so it's something not to look
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terrible. so we can them both think the strongest. ah dogs the falls, the cleveland listen, made by foreign minister, the live rope. another russian official, the phones of spanish prime minister petra sanchez and his defense minister have been hacked. government officials, they pick up the spyware, which is made by the israeli m. s. a group was used with struct information from such as his phone, at least once that comes weeks after it was revealed that dozens of political figures in catalonia were targeted by spyware. jody west be is executive chief executive at cyber security global cyber risk. she says, there isn't any relo sites to how the software is being used. well, the government licenses that what you know, i think the software just needs to be prohibited. the united states is prohibited at the e. u is looking at this, and it is a terribly invasive and destructive spyware. that so doesn't have access to the
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data, how it's being used. so once of government licenses that there's really no one exercising oversight. and it's for intelligence are certainly not going to allow another, another government like israel, to have oversight on how they're using it. so it, you know, yes, we have countries with intelligence operations, but usually they build their own capabilities. and we leave it to each country to sort of develop their best mousetrap. but this software is invasive. it's destructive and it actually puts lives at risk. it's very dangerous. and israel is trading diplomatic favors or other kinds of favors that they want with certain countries. and whether they license it to them or not, the temptation is so great. once you have the tool and it is so powerful, it's very hard to detect. it can ex filtrate, massive amounts of information from my phone and i and it, it, so it's destructive. but the temptation to use it in all sorts of ways is almost
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uncontrollable. so i, it is a, a problem that we've seen abuses with activists and journalists and government officials and members of the judiciary and legislative branches and all being targeted well still had, here on the al jazeera, large wildfires out of control across the south west us farms like to say things will get worse before they got better. also the soon celebrate the stall to the holiday, even city suffering. civil war. oh, attorney has begun the faithful world copies on its way to the castle. travel package to the hello there. the weather's looking rather fine across much of
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china. at the moment. we got high pressure in charge. we aren't going still a lot of heat come back into northern areas with the temperature in beijing picking up. and it's a similar story in the south for hong kong. for the wet or whether we have to look at that band of rain that she's going to pull into taiwan in the days ahead. but for the korean peninsula and japan, it's a similar story with the temperatures on the up. we have a look at the 3 day for tokyo. we are going to see continue to rise as conditions improve by the time we get to thursday. however, it is going to be cloudy, but it will still be warm now as we had to south asia, it has been a very hot story for india, temperatures here touching up towards the mid forties even higher and has been similar story for pakistan. we saw nearly 50 degrees in some of the cities here. now we are going to see those temperatures come down and places like a hole in the days their head. but it does remain a pretty hot and dry and dusty story as that wind picks up some potential
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sandstorms from western areas of raja stun. for the more dramatic whether we have to head to the north east, we could see some thunderstorms in west bengal. we could also see some pretty sharp thunderstorms in bangladesh of the days ahead cancer official airline of the journey. healing the debate there is no, he job bad. you know, if anyone here talks about women that i had before suggested these numbers seem to have been said, no topic is off the table. we were taught to see abortion as a one way ticket strength and health. all of the companies. they deny any responsibility, even though they have the resources in the power to fix it, where a global audience becomes a global community. the comment section is right here. the part of today's program 3. 0, now to sierra. ah ah
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what you all deserve me said robin. the reminder of all the top stories, the 1st group of evacuated from the besieged steel planted motto of arrived in jeopardy cha. those evacuated were made up mostly of women, children of the elderly. hundreds more still full to be trumped. a teenager has been killed after russian falls as talk to the residential area of the ukrainian city of desa russian rock. it's also struck a crucial bridge to the pool city for 3rd time. and the use energy commissioner rebuffed the covenants demands against payments to be made in russian roubles, despite threats of a supply interruption. counter. simpson says, european company should consider other payment options. the, when the secretary general is urging the military leaders of between assess a guinea and molly to return to civilian rule. antennae garish made the appeal in
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jam on the 2nd day of a visit to west africa. he also urged debt relief and great investment. 12 african economies recover from the pandemic because arish will later meet people who fled violets in this a hell region. nicholas hut report stuff from santa gulls, capital decker, where the u. n. a chief made his 1st op this region has experience a series of cood in the last year, unprecedented numbers of coo onto the terrace, yet again has called for soldiers to hand over power to civilians. whether it be in kina faso in guinea. but also in molly molly home to the biggest and most expensive un peacekeeping operation, costing a $1000000000.00 a year. but also the deadliest more un peacekeeping soldiers have died there than any previous mission. now he did not visit molly during this tore of west africa, but she did address the issues and the concerns that he has in bobby,
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a country that is under sanction from the west african body echo us on to sincerely in all honesty, i 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. 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. he also addressed looming, triple crisis affecting people in west africa, food, energy, and finance. this, he says, are or direct effect of the crisis taking place in europe,
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thousands of miles away from the african continent. he warns that the fall out of that may push a quarter of a 1000000000 people into extreme poverty. most of them right here in west africa says that that has also been made worse by climate change. extreme droughts has badly affected countries in this a health, specifically new share. and this is something that president bassoon of new share, addressed. new them pause faster as if it, today's well compels us to face the effects of climate change that brings about recurring droughts like the one we're experiencing now, getting to major deficit. all this happens in a context of rising cost of merging transportation already because of cov, it. and now because of the crisis in europe, fertilizing products have also seen the prices rise. it's a real nightmare for us today. the secretary general will meet those display to in the molly burkina faso nice air tri border area. people that have been facing
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attacks from i'm groups linked to iceland al qaeda, but also from climate change shall then move on to travel to nigeria, where it will meet president hurry and do a few visit there. but make no mistake. the reason for his visit is to draw attention to region that is facing growing instability on multiple front, whether it be on the climate change front on the security front, but also on food front with prices expected to soar as a result of the ukraine. russia crisis, no muslims across the world are celebrating the either the 5th or holiday marking the end of ramadan. with the eating of the pandemic restrictions mass pres, in mosque and celebrations once again the whole bulk of the holiday. lower bed manley as well daybreak in serious it lip city. prayers mount the end of the islamic holy month of ramadan, and the completion of the month of financing from dawn to dusk.
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ah, ada fitter is a time to celebrations and respite in a city that's been racked by civil war since 2012 but for some in the countries rebel held northwest. it's a solemn occasion. oh, in this historic mosque, in cairo, people arrive on mass for pres and a lot in numbers than have been seen in years due to the pandemic. adieva later on of course, eat proud as a joyce, we're so in the past couple of years, we couldn't enjoy it because of quarantine on a night time coffee. but this year it's different. the day is celebrated with balloons and traditional i 3 caught cat muslims usually break. there are madame foss, with the 1st fighting of the crescent moon. for most this fellow monday in india. this was cited the next day,
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leaders from the u. s. and counter sent that best wishes to more than 2000000000 muslims across the world. muslim america as a my administration have key roles and tracking the climate crisis. rebuilding our economy, shape guardian, our elf restore in our alliances, and so much more after 2 hard years. this ramadan and this ead has brought everyone back together. russian muslims and catherine city accept a holiday like so many across the world with prayers, new clothes, food and festivities. even though the worn ukraine has caused such and food prices . yet almost almost one issue, i think that muslims around the whole world of trying for peace is the welfare of the families for a peaceful lot instead. was this is lovek holiday is a time to gather and celebrate. and now, so many come for the 1st time in years lower but manly. al jazeera anita from shanghai where people have been in lockdown for more than a month,
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has spoke public outcry. the video shed online shows funeral home workers removing a body back from the hearse. the elderly man inside it was thought to have died. the care home was about to be taken to his funeral when the work is notice that he was still alive. he was taken back inside the local government confirmed the incident on the cave. apologize for the mistake. may. the 3rd is world a press freedom day named the highlight, the violence and persecution faced by jim. it's across the globe as to be a miles military seized power last year of island, cracked down full manager and listened to exile. this is a story of one of them. for his safety. we've hidden his identity. i impact long while young i was calling. i am an editor for catch in news group, which reporter news from catching state to people across me in march and around the world dongle, national school. i was inspired by story about how journalism has changed society.
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journalism is a change making, raises awareness of injustices elevates the voices of marginalized people, report to the residents and i am cooking with me and mars military took in charles february, 1st, 2020 well known protest arrested around the country. the army responded by cracking down on demonstrators. the media was not silent, so they turned their attention on wash. as i got along the military, detained journalist stone, their officers took their belongings. it was a serious situation. so we worked discreetly and strategically. if the military is unable to find who they weren't, they may target family or friends or at the time, i could not sleep or eat actually, it was mentally, extremely stressful. alarming. after much deliberation, we decided to relocate to thailand. most journalists who report the truth,
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also like the border. yet in tuggle, i can confidently say in memo, now there is no freedom of expression. even when someone shares something on facebook, they can be detained. how would you learn long? so now information is more difficult to obtain verify. freedom of expression has been lost because people are fearful speaking to the media. i work in thailand as a journalist, covering issues me emma, catching my visa status. not reflect this. all us for safety. most reports solely from our very wrong way. if we are found, we won't be shot like him if we would be detained, possibly deported for that causes me great concerns. when his elan bay space company has achieved a world 1st not successfully using a helicopter to capture rocket as it's handling towards earth. rocket lands is
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electron space prompted to early a little from new zealand east coast to take 34 satellites into all of it. that's catching the booster with a hook and a low line. the pilots of the customized helicopter then delivered it to a waiting vessel. the company wants to develop reasonable rocket to make them cheaper to launch. i was on workers at a warehouse in new york of rejected a bid to form a union. it's a major law, the labor organizations, and it comes just a month to work as of nearby factory. they didn't say that they've unionization, a 1st for the company in the us. well, retail jobs. amazon is the 2nd largest employer in the us and firefighters in america trying to slow and expanding while father effecting several southwestern states. hot dry winds of fueling the flames across our zone, nevada, and new mexico, forcing thousands to be evacuated across the reach of rob reynolds explains. the
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biggest active wildfire in the us is tearing through drought stricken forests in new mexico, threatening homes and forcing thousands of residents to flee for their lives. the smoke in the valley was butternut because it was, it came on that point that a lot of course making money. the fires are visible from outer space. firefighters are dropping flame retardant from helicopters and building firebreak with bulldozers. a high school gym has been set up as an evacuation center. the fire has burned for nearly a month, destroying $300.00 houses and other structures. dozens of small towns have been evacuated in the rugged sun. great increase though mountains. some residence in las
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vegas, new mexico, east of santa fe, have decided to stay and fight the flames themselves. my home had predicted i went on my property. the weather forecast doesn't hold out much hope there's a man who has come in now. when the night there is a really, really strong or it was the they don't contain it. by wednesday we're going to be really large. new fires also broke out in arizona and several other states. according to us agencies, wildfires are burned more than twice as much land this year. as in the same period of 2021, rob reynolds al jazeera, ah, just bear with me, the whole rom, the reminder of our top stories, the.


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