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on its anal 0 ah, the you and races to rescue more civilians trapped under the as of style still works amid fears. russia wants to finish the battle for mario pole by its victory day on monday. people also thing ukraine's her song region by any means possible desperate to escape the threats of russian annexation ah, law, i'm mary, i'm demising, london. you without his arrow also coming up on the program. police break up, protest against rank is government is a nation wide strike shot schools and businesses at least 8 people are killed by
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a massive explosion at a famous cuban hotel in havana. ah, now the u. n. a saying, but it's scrambling to rescue more people from the tunnels of mary poles besieged as of style. steel plant. hundreds of civilians, along with ukrainian fight is a still trapped inside the industrial facilities underground. bunkers, re bosses carrying civilians evacuated from the pond on friday. have arrived at a camp in the russian control town of busy men, ukrainian officials of again accused russia violating a ceasefire, which is supposed to help people evacuate present. ramirez lensky says the southern city as an example of torture and starvation used as a weapon of war. brianca gupta reports now. this is russia destruct to siege of the last remaining ukrainian resistance. in maria poll,
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under the smouldering ruins of the hours of sal steve plant, are $200.00 civilians believe to be trapped on the ground with ukrainian soldiers. officials and keys say they are making a new attempt to get them out with the help from the u. n. i c receive you all to release form as a stylish, currently russian shilling. and the assault on as of style has not stopped, but civilians still need to be taken out. women children, many children who are still there. just imagine this hell more than 2 months of constant shelling or bombing constant death nearby, we expect an effective regime of silence, but we are doing everything to find a solution and to save another tree more session. maybe russian tanks are not far away. they're allied separate as fighters patrol the streets. this fight a things victory. another style is mere romco soccer. roy. if everything is fine, we are working. we are fighting. sometimes we're not far just to the left go step
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by step in return. in moscow, soldiers are preparing for mondays parade to mark victory against nazi germany during the 2nd world war. but in the war in ukraine, preston vladimir putin doesn't have much to celebrate. the war has isolated his nation and united its close. he could hear no casanya newkirk his song soon. you small, no punishment or sanctions can break the will of our people of the russian leadership . i aimed at defending the historical truth as those as the legitimate interests of the russian federation sources and preventing direct threats to our securities, being created on our borders. threats to our culture, our history, good us, all this is currently at stake. no, she does. of course this to live with russian troops. now preparing to take a full control, the mario poll. it's not clear when or how this war will come to an end. brianca
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gupta, i'll to sir, or russian forces of almost encircled the ukrainians. says you have several, danny ask. this is the easternmost city still held by cave and according to local officials, russian, military and allied forces are trying to storm at the local authorities have been urging people who are still there to leave. about 15000 people remain in the city which had a population of a 100000 before the war, the captures of era danielle could be a major game for the russian army. algiers at charles stratford is in pa crosscut in. danny. ask with more on the offensive in the east. well more heavy fighting overnight and into this morning in various locations in the east of ukraine and both the donut screeching and the lou gun screeching. yet again, we're hearing form the ukranian all sorties about heavy fighting in and around the town of papa's. now, now this has been contested for weeks. now we know that sir all evacuation efforts,
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those evacuation if it's being led by volunteers stopped a couple of days ago. we're also hearing from the regional military authorities of lou guns. they're saying that around $50000.00 civilians still trapped in towns like papa's anna and the surrounding villages. as a se, evacuation efforts pretty much stopped. we know that russian forces had been trying to push down south towards those cities of savanski and crematory square. of course, yesterday we saw the city recovering from one of the largest bombardments of rockets to hit the city since the war began. now we were in the forests in that area between kramer tools and easy him yesterday speaking to soldiers off camera, they wouldn't allow us to film. but they said that they had repelled at least 3 ways, or 3 attempts by russian pools used to push through their positions in that area. there was a lot of heavy shilling that we could hear as well,
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from around idiom and boast to the west of ism and to the east. so we're, as i say at the moment it seems to be a bit of a stalemate, right? the way across this region, the ukrainians so far saying that they are managing to defend their positions. mccraney saying moscow on staff annex at southern house on region of ash and politician visited the area on friday, saying russia will be in her son for ever announcing the region would help create a land card oh, between russia and crimea, i'll be there as honda. abdul hamid traveled to the villages along the southern front lines desperate to leave the russian occupation they cycle then walked for hours under cover of darkness. didn't last we had gotten potentially. i going to kill me, says this women's suspicious. as the ukranian police register new arrivals, this was their 4th attempt to flee the her son region where life had become unbearable,
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says vladimir yet his and i wanna go with know the air is different here. he says, as to what a thumb, bellagio, a person, bring him to stay there was more dangerous. we decided to take the risk. there were attempts for humanitarian corridors and people went to the meeting point with white flags. but the soldiers dispersed us instead of you on a corridor and go to crimea. army for what they would laugh. that's when people started finding other ways to reach to ukrainian side. what's the level of the product? what will the score with the bill all get it sooner shows as the warehouse where bikes, wheelchairs, primes, and even wheelbarrows are held. people used, whatever they had. she says. so the russians about 3 kilometers away from here. don't coming down the region, crossed the lines and no, no man's land between the 2 armies and hope not to get in the crossfire. it's a treacherous passage, but is the only escape route, toshiba,
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love to vermont. thank you guys, we're waiting for you. he says the army is holding as defensive position, but ukraine claims the russians are preparing for a major push here. and this fear that the soldiers could be out good. while most of the western weapons had to dumb best region in the east of the country was probably won't go to fun. and we need heavy weapons artillery javelins, drones, because they have a lot of weapons. the russians don't care about saving their soldiers lives. and the balance like works we who hundreds of them lie in the fields or nobody collects the bodies, but they have a lot of weapons. the villages along the contact lines come under shelling the rumble of artillery sounds at regular intervals. but it's the fear of an imminent annexation, just like what happened in crimea, and in don't boss 8 years ago that i pushing people to cross the front lines on
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their own. her double her meat algebra in southern ukraine, will the united nations security counselors adopted a statement supporting efforts to find a peaceful solution to what it calls ukraine dispute that members held an informal meeting at russia's request where the ambassador provided what he said was 1st hand information from frontline witnesses included allegations of attacks against civilians by ukrainian forces. russia has been accused of committing atrocities since the invasion, which it denies were you queen says it's another russian wash it, which is burst into flames. the macro frigate is said to have been sailing close to snake island in the black sea. if this is confirmed, the frigate would be the 2nd major naval lost during rush is offensive. equating force is struck. russia's flagship naval vessel, moskva with 2 missiles in april, causing a fire that eventually sank the ship. will pentagon spokesman john kirby said that he couldn't confirm the strike on the ship, nor was he clarify whether the action was as a result of
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u. s. supplied intelligence, we provide them what we believe to be relevant and timing information about russian units that co allow them to adjust and executed their self defense to the best of their ability. the kind of intelligence that we provide them, it's legitimate, it's lawful and it's limited. and i would also add, and this is not an important point. we are not the only sole source of intelligence and information to the ukrainians. they get intelligence from other nations as well . we don't get heads up about their day to day operations nor, nor do we expect to mean they're, they're not active fight ah now sure, because president is declared a state of emergency for the 2nd time in 5 weeks. it is government faces escalating
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protests. millions of people stayed away from work on friday as ang amounts over the countries, worst economic crisis for 70 years, with power cuts and shortages in food, fuel and medicines. michelle fernandez reports from columba police were among the few state employees working in chill anchor on friday. these water cannon, auntie, a guest to disperse. hundreds of protest is gathered at barricade, sealing off the entrance to parliament inside the building and she java than a pura opposition. representatives marched into the speaker's office, asking him to ordered the police to stop that operation. the also demanded he set a date for a nor confidence motion. they're putting forward against the government. the government is under increasing pressure to resign, facing a 2nd nationwide strike in 8 days. hospitals, railways, postal services, schools, and poets were disrupted strictly with government and board. i bet i the boxes so
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dress wanted well for this failure, the free lunch. i therefore, we don't believe they can be well up this country her after. therefore, we are asking mil goldman new a new leadership, new system for sri lanka. that's why all the people i get together for one umbrella, demonstrations and march as like this have been a common site in the capital, colombo and around the country. in sheila, on the northwest and coast fishermen also took part in the protests. i mean, what they said gonna be what we have more than 15000 fishing families in this area . we're all helpless. so we'll protest today tomorrow, and in the future it, i did hear that the government has admitted its foreign reserves, have fallen to just $50000000.00 us dollars, leaving it unable to buy essential food medicine and fuel hughes have stretched the kilometers around most petrol stations in recent days,
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after months of insisting it has things under control, the government has now approached the international monetary fund for a bailout. and president got up a roger potter has replaced his cabinet as cause increased for him to step down. his new media minister told al jazeera roger boxes making an effort and should be supported to bring stability. he got into some good, very popular, and people who in because some of some of his own family members of 5 of them out now. so with this radical changes he attorney is making an effort. so i think um, we are trying to help him. he has given us a challenge. we are trying to face that challenge and find solution to people. go to heaven says that new team should be given 6 months to a year and a half before elections are held to decide a way forward trade union say the last work stoppage of this scale was 69 years ago . but our warning, they will launch an indefinite strike. if the government does not, he demands for it to resign. minute fernandez urges era colombo slat on the program
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. a united ireland could be more likely las sion fine. of course, the big electra lane and pre hearing the pan african heritage museum, the gone a in project aimed at showcasing the confidence which history ah with hey there, thanks for joining in. let's begin this weather report in china. nice to see you. some soaking rain in the forecast for southern sections. i'm going to put this for now as we head towards sunday because we really see the rain filling across the country. we've got a disturbance in the south one in the north. well says though the 2 are converging . so just north of gray, lin, we're going to get into some heavier rounds of rank. we've got this batch of what weather in the sea of japan. so that's going to spread some rain west to east
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across japan in the days to come. if i take it to indo china right now, particularly vietnam, both in the south and the north. we're going to get dowse with rain. that includes hokum in city. and in north hanoi on saturday, that's a forecast for you. down under right now, our 1st frost of the year for the capitol region. so camera minus 1.7. now things will bounce back a bit, so you're 13 degrees on saturday, but we got to talk about this vigorous system over the tasman. see a deep area of low pressure, the deeper the low, the more intense the weather is. so wet and windy for it has many, i think we could see those winds wind up to about a 100 kilometers per hour. so whether warnings in place now for new zealand, what weather pulls into the southwest corner of the south island. but for the north island, plenty of sun here has been has a height of 19 degrees, and now during the know, ah,
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from ah, to politics. national pride to early advertising al jazeera well tells the stories behind full songs from kuwait's, oman, hat, and dera, meeting song writers, performers and musicians. celebrating the social and cultural importance of songs of the go on al jazeera. ah ah, buck and bag main stories. now the u. n is saying is scrambling to rescue more people from the tunnels of variables besieged as of style. steel, plant,
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emit ongoing fighting. ukraine is saying 50 civilians were evacuated from the pond on friday and taken to a camp in russian control territory. meanwhile, ukraine says it struck another russian warship, the mocker of which is burst into flames near snake island in the black sea. if confirmed the frigate would be the 2nd major naval lost in russia's offensive and intro lanka, police of fire war to cannon and tear gas at crowds, protesting outside parliament as part of a nation wide strike. present as declared a state of emergency for the 2nd time in 5 weeks, given security forces greater power to crack down on demonstrators. now at least 8 people have died, not explosion at a 5 star hotel that was being renovated in the center of the cuban capital. havana president miguel diaz canal says the explosion at the hotel saratoga wasn't caused by a bomb. and a gas leak is the most likely cause john home and reports this,
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the sound of the explosion ripped through of on his old town. it neuropathy on the front of the santa toga hotel, one of the most luxurious and expensive in the cuban capital preliminary investigations indicate it was caused by a gas leak since the cuban president's office. movie stars and celebrities like madonna had stayed in the sulisaga. now rescue workers and locals, a searching for people missing under the rubble, at least 8 to dead dozens injured alopecia. it was a blast that threw me out there. apparently it could have been worse. no tourist was staying at the hotel because it was undergoing renovation, said the habana governor, president miguel diaz canal arrived at the scene shortly after the blast. global i as a group of people receiving help, a rescue teams,
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the specialized emergency forces. we have debts. unfortunately, the hospitals are dealing with the injured explosion, damaged other buildings around the hotel to that will worries, especially about a nearby primary school authority. say that thankfully the children and teachers there are okay. holdings in heaven is beautiful, but disintegrating old town often suffer falling masonry. but explosions are rare. this one is shop the island. john holman, out visitor, police in israel are still searching for 2 men suspected of a stabbing attack in the central city of allied. every fixtures of the pair, who and 19 and 20 years old, from, from the town of janine in the occupied westbank, israeli police say they killed 3 people in the attack on thursday and injured several others. the defense ministers extended until sunday, a closure of the west bank to stop palestinians entering. israel. mourners paid
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their respects to one of the victims of the attack funeral for 35 year old or, and ben year took place in his home town lod now, to developments in the democratic republic of congo at east. at 13 people have been injured in protest against proposed changes to the electoral law. police $510.00 gas demonstrators in the capital can chatter. one person is believed to be in critical condition in hospital. more than 50 people were arrested including opposition. m. p. 's, the president felix tissue, katie's being accused of using the proposed law to stifle opponents at the next election. now the nation is partition fane is on cause to comment on top in northern islands elections for the 1st time in the provinces history. the cornerstone of the policies manifesto is to leave the u. k and unite with the republic of ireland. but as john hall reports from belfast, that's still a distant prospect. yes. if i
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am early with the count promised many more for the nationalist party committed to a united ireland and predicted by opinion polls to beat their pro british unionist rivals. for the 1st time in a 100 years lifelong providence, a republican party, to have you know, law and we also have to show up with people's issues as a goal. so these things are not supported are inseparable, shouldn't change, campaign focused on bread and butter issues like the cost of living crisis, health and housing as precursors to irish reunification with the unionist vote on the other hand was split with the largest party, the democratic unionists threatening to boycott the stormont assembly because of post briggs, it border arrangements that they say undermine the very union they exist to defend . unknown are critical is the key issue for us at us or what time. and we need to
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get resolution of our issue because shared by has been cleared within a country between great britain nolan, ireland. and we need to move our trade buyer and get rid of that and ensure that the bill of our to recall issue has dealt with was before all which raises the possibility of a full blown political crisis after this election paralysis deadlock. arising out of the 2 party power sharing system under the good friday peace agreement and not for the 1st time. that's why growing numbers of voters have chosen a 3rd way among the biggest winners in this election, the cross community center ground alliance party. northern ireland isn't just a place where it's nationalists and unionists, northern and it's a place that has diverse unless vote for alliance is showing that there are more people who are satisfied with better both. and also being more than irish.
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it's further evidence of potentially seismic shift to the political landscape. i think what you put it down to is, 1st of all, post bracket tiredness actually with what has happened since it's become very green and orange. had you put into a new younger actress who no longer interested in these things. i think you put it down to the fact that for a number of years we've hardly had any government. and there's a real wish for a large part of this population to get on with actually getting stuff addressed, which isn't just constitutional. all of which sets up a fertile conversation about the future in northern ireland, one far less tethered to the secretarial constraints of the past. don't hold al jazeera belfast. now the son of the philippine dictator was ousted and an uprising is favorite to become the country's next president. ferdinand marcos juniors riding a wave of popular support as by the notoriety of his late father who plundered billions from the country. from manila, florence louis reports these
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a replica of some of the jewelry belonging to imelda marcos, part of a stash. she tried to smuggle out of the philippines after her husband, president said, and marcus was ousted in a people's uprising in 1986. the artist, po, about was partly inspired by his parents who are and he, marcos activists. the marcus is vast collection of valuable paintings are also on display, reproduced on postcards, visitors. i encouraged to take some home away to reclaim what the artist says belongs to filipinos. it helps us to remember what the marcia long period was about and how the market says use art and culture. oh, how they acquired an ostentatious own collection of objects that supported their idea of what their life should be. the manila
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film center is seen as another testament to marco's excess, just 2 months before its grand opening, in 1982, there was an accident at the construction site, emergency workers were barred from entering the area for 9 hours, and then marco's administration ordered a media blackout it's estimated at least a $160.00 workers were killed, buried in concrete, if they allow one. our lease is an example of how the market family do not careful people's lives, especially the workers. one of the most horrible things is they did that even spare time to retrieve the bodies, they just ordered construction to continue. despite the tainted legacy ferdinand marco's junior, is the front runner to follow in his father's footsteps. the kind of politics that we are, it's not much of a system to begin with. it's just the, you know, a choice between different political families and personalities. so while mark was,
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may be an elite himself, he's not seen to belong to the same group of elite that has ruled the philippines in the past 30 years. other analysts say, junior's rise can mostly be attributed to a disinformation campaign, which aims to recast the rule of marco senior as a golden age for filipinos. if marco's junior succeeds, it would give him wide powers over government agencies task to recover as much as $10000000000.00 stolen by his father. during his 20 year rule, florence louis al jazeera manila, a digital version of an museum of african heritage, has been launched and gone his capital at cry. it's an online preview of the pan african heritage museum that's due to open next year, and warm reports. there's so much william coleman. blackmore says he grew tired of racism in america where he was born. last year he had his mother joined
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thousands of black africans who moved here to gonna last decade or say he wants to learn about african history and culture. sites like this, the mos zoe, him of gone as independent leader, kwame and kramer. and he's hoping to learn more here. he's come with his mother to the launch of a new museum. b as to a long tradition which is created, they will look like they have got all the time african heritage museum issue. and this is a digital version which has been published online in the physical museums to, to open in gone and natalie. yeah, mystic civil. it'll exhibit art and historical artifacts from laser africa. everything that i know was, is now in front of me and i'll see, you know, that we have access to it. now, a lot of this of the last one was the last, you know, about diana has a rich history. some of it the violent hundreds of years in slave. the africans
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were imprisoned by europeans here at the cape coast castle before being shipped to the caribbean in the americas. it's a history that attracts many visitors, including african americans retracing their ancestor route. this river was the sight of a slave market where the captives said to the faith for the last time before being shipped across the atlantic ocean. it can be painful to think of the suffering and injustice that happened here. for centuries, historical records of what happened has been dominated by the west. yes, to say in something the museums founders hope to change a call. they say it'll help to live african origin and, and everyone else to unlearn. and we learn historical narrative and discover, forgotten african heritage. it was supposed to give us
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a sense of pride to understand that africa, the great kingdom of the western saddam most, i'm sorry, i did not land that is true. read it. back to william says his ancestors, when slaves in west africa, he plans to take dna test to learn more and he hopes the new museum and his new life and gonna will help him to rediscover and celebrated families. roots malcolm web al jazeera. now a story about the world's largest brewer, which has started producing ukraine's popular turn, give sketch laga off to production breweries in ukraine had to stop because of the war originates and show me have a city in ukraine north that suffered heavy shelling and missile strike early on in the conflict, belgium based anheuser busch imbed says old profit from its global sales will go to humanitarian relief in ukraine. it will have a symbolic meaning in
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a sense that people during get, should me give the beer, will think about the city which was attacked by the russian and the which resisted the russian invasion if they will think about you green that is fighting for freedom for easier benches, but also for freedom and democracy in europe. ah, or look at the main stories is our, the un says it's scrambling to rescue more people from the tunnels of variables besieged as of self steel plant. hundreds of civilians along with ukrainian fighters is still trapped inside the facilities bunkers, 3 bosses carrying civilians evacuated from the.


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