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a title 42. that's a pandemic era policy introduced under donald trump. that allows for the immediate deportation of migrants in mexico will meet migrants seeking a better life. and here from some of the hundreds of thousands deported. yet preparing to try again. special coverage on al jazeera. ah, we regret the intrusion to what should have been a peaceful procession. amusing to whitehouse response. full short of condemning. b is ready to attack on mourners during the funeral for algeria journalist sharina locking. ah, i'm kimbell. this is al jazeera life from dough also coming up stream was nicely laid to rest and occupied east jerusalem. 2 days after she was shot dead by israeli forces. tensions remained high as the anniversary of israel's creation approaches
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marked by palestinians as the knock, bomb or catastrophe. also ahead to police and india make to arrest software. at least 27 people are killed delhi building fine. i'll just our journalist sharina, blah clair has been laid to rest of the mornings with denied a peaceful farewell israeli police attacks a funeral procession nearly forcing paul barras to drop sharina kolscott. the veteran journalist was shot in the head by israeli forces on wednesday, or covering a raid and the occupied west bank safely decor reports from occupied east jerusalem . o. thousands came to say their goodbyes. many her feeling the new she read personally. that's much you connected with her
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audience telling the story of her people. oh and now becoming the story a. 2 and also the love the people around the world. how can people know that what israel's doing is a good time and they deal help with the occupation? she long reported on her just as the coffin started its final journey to the church. ah, mourners were pushed and beaten by his ready forces is a storm the hospital square. the pull bare is retreating. her coffin nearly footing to the ground. ah! for to police in riot gear. on horseback, baffling scenes. at least one man pulled out of the hearse. is really forces also
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removing the palestinian flag there. i knew they were not going to let this day go by peacefully. i was on the frontline when we were trying to exit the hospital while they were carrying her casket and true they were, they just stormed and they were beating up everyone. it was very frightening to the owner who is also tension when sharina body arrived outside the church in the christian quarter of the old city crowds filling the small streets this ancient city a did. once the coffin made it inside, granted more peace shooting a bodily brooch. the message of over the fullest in our sufferings dog gets his
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life not to be assassinated, but to be nurtured. c blackly was shot dead in the occupied west bank along an assignment in the janine refugee camp for funeral procession was joined by thousands of palestinians a show of the widespread affection and admiration she had earned through her years of reporting on their lights. la trina blackett was buried next to her parents at the mount zion cemetery. both her parents died in the early stages of her career and never knew how loved and respected she become. the crowds of gall and the family has gone. sherman's grave has now been sealed, but even after her death, she continued to tell the palestine story stephanie decker, al jazeera in occupied east jerusalem. and ron con, has more anal from the shake drawn neighbourhood in occupied east jerusalem. well, there's only really one word that anybody is using. certainly palestinian is using
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amazon. devastated, devastated though sharina barclays of funeral was not a dignified one. that it was actually a fraught with violence from the israeli forces. those pictures that we've seen from the hospital not far away from where i'm standing right now to stop by hill over there. where are morn is the pool barrows were actually attacked as they carried sharina casket out into the courtyard of the hostile them. there she left the hospital at that stage. they were in the courtyard and he's really forces moved in those pictures have shocked her. palestinian certainly, if you take the temperature of palestinian social media, once again is the word devastation that comes to mind. these images are going to reverberate for a very, very, very long time. not because of the shocking nature of the pitches themselves, but the fact that israeli forces i didn't even respect somebody in death. now that's a real big issue for palestinians,
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and that's something that they will be talking about for a long time. but for serene elbow clay herself, even in death, she managed to highlight what it was like, living under occupation, living under israeli occupation. not just that incident there, but when the the casket arrived by a call to the church in jeff again in the old city. allison you were being arrested for mealy hoisting up the palestinian flag. no ways ambassador to israel cory us has added to widespread condemnation of the funeral attack in tweed saying he was shocked by the violent conduct this way, the police and that attacks against journalists or attacks against freedom of speech, democracy and independent us sen. bernie sanders, who votes with the democrats, tweeted saying the funeral attack is an outrage. he added the united states must condemn it. the bided administration though stopped short event, referring to what happened as disturbing and,
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and intrusion. here's our white house correspondent can be help it. as mourners attending journalists, serene abu ack laced funeral were attacked by israeli security forces. white house press secretary gen saki, simply called it an intrusion, but refused to condemn the attacks. call these images deeply disturbing of israeli police beating mourners. we're carrying this casket so that we regret the intrusion, you condemn his actions. i think when we said they were disturbing, we, obviously, we're not, we're not justifying them, but i think i will leave my comments at what i said, go ahead. but her answers didn't sit well with reporters who pressed for an explanation as to why president biden is allowing israel a u. s. ally that receives billions annually and military funding to treat sharon's funeral and the investigation into her death. an american citizen. with such disrespect, american journalists, i can, in your green,
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nobody way for investigation. it's been going there. you know, houses, the russians. why is ready to get away with this? why not put in put an independent wiring. fisma person has not been israel is capable investigating itself. we understand that there are investigations by both sides. we've offered our assistance to the israelis to the palestinians, and we are prepared to provide that. should they want it still when asked of president biden had even contacted sharon's family or if he would use his leverage with the israelis to bring sharon's killers to account. this was the answer that the president would request to speak with. he is really government directly with the ongoing i don't have any calls to predict at this point in time. the president himself appeared a short time later, but had little to add. i don't know all the detail, but i know it has to be investigated. indeed, despite an american journalist being killed, president biden refused to condemn the attacks on mourners at her funeral. even as
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earlier in the day, president biden met with king abdullah of jordan in the oval office to discuss the escalation of violence between israelis and palestinians. in the region, the un security council made no mention of israel and its response to serene, ugly as death. and the statement it said it strongly condemned the killing of palestinian american journalist sharina blackly. and that it conveyed its sympathy and deepest condolences to sharon's family. it also called for an immediate thorough, transparent, fair, and impartial investigation into killing resources that journalists should be protected as civilians. an initial report by the israeli military says it's difficult to determine the exact source of gunfire which killed sharing. but it's not rolling out fault by israeli soldiers, according to israeli media. the military's inquiry is looking at 2 scenarios. one
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that sharing was hit by palestinians who fired bullets to would israeli army vehicles. and in the 2nd, it's considering whether and is ready soldiers inadvertently hit serene when returning fire witnesses and the palestinian health ministry. se sharina was hit by an israeli bullish one of the people who worked closely with sharina ronnie as a bonnie and is there a producer and ramallah bureau? she describes what sharina meant to her. sheen was the rock for those who needed support. a voice for those who had none in the past 20 years that i've worked with her, she was always a down to earth, person, humble, smarts, 1st year professional. in fact, she had the league of her own for many of the younger journalists. in fact, for most of us, she was an idol. somebody would look up to me. she knows her facts. she knows the story. she knows how to connect to people. she was here,
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she loved what she did and that love was paid back in her funeral. and yes, i say funeral discourse, she had many from janine to annapolis. i'm online to jerusalem. people with stuff, the convoy, the pair bonded to been here fade away to throw roses on the convoy. i've been covering the story for a while and have never seen anything of the sort. people love shooting. she united them, christians, muslims, all across the political spectrum that the hamis be f, pete politicians, your average palestinian person in the street shitty and managed to get into people's hearts before getting into their homes. through the screen of jesse still ahead on al jazeera, we need the team, how we're doing all they can to ensure lebanon has a free and fair election. and parents in the u. s. a growing desperate to find baby formula. government is now promising to help. ah,
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jody has begun the free for world copies on its way to the capital group. your travel package today. hello, we got plenty of warm spring sunshine across smart show bureau. we have got a few flies in the ointment bottle, 2 showers just scattered around, but it is largely dry fine add war because of this big area of high pressure keeping it last he settle. i got a few showers i, which was at eastern side of here, wanted to show as to coming back into spain and portugal of a warm 30 celsius there in madrid. wanted to show up towards the press, but it was well a little grassy slide. the way across parts of indian wells, as we go on through satch day passing through london. ahead of the cup final, i suspect, no garage. he continued to make their way further north, which as we go on through sunday, although a few more showers just coming back into western areas at that stage, pushing up into scotland more than ireland, maybe one or 2 republic as well,
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happy showers to gather across northern parts of france as we go on through sunday . the rush showers around the alps down towards the balkans. what a 2 showers there. 2 in 2 were turkey brought skies, which was at east side of you for a time on. so she was grassy, make their way through that was largely dry across good parts of north africa, few showers just around that eastern side of egypt for a time, a keen hampton wind drawing all the way down across chad. ne chair, the usual showers all the way across a good part of the gulf of guinea. qatar, airway official airline of the journey. how do you states control information in china? there's no can go if you try to search the war tenement, we find it is trying to make the whole country forget how did the narrative improve public opinion. the headline died and that allowed the children to continue to die, to how a citizen jeb, let him re framing the story. i'm here to document the war crimes committed by what
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did and his resume, the listening post, dissects the media on al jazeera. ah ah, you're watching algae 0 reminder of our top story is this our, i'll just our journalist, sharon, of our claim has been laid to rest in occupied east jerusalem. 3 days after is when the forces shot and killed her thousands gathered for a funeral on friday. as friends, funeral procession was disrupted when is ready, force is attacked. mourners carrying her casket and strong widespread condemnation . but amuse should response from u. s. o is the final day of the g. 7 foreign ministers meeting in germany,
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ukraine's representative is, has been holding talks about getting more support and increased pressure on russia . use. foreign policy chief is announced to further $520000000.00 in military aid. and on the sidelines of those talks, ukraine's foreign minister sat down with our diplomatic editor, james bass. problem that i'm seeing now is that russia preferred war to diplomacy. they continue their offensive and dumb bus. they targets ukrainian cities was missiles, the trying to set up the stage for illegal referendum in her song. they destroyed trying to kill our defenders in mario. so this is not how you behave when you seeking us, asians, we are ready to talk. it's extremely difficult to talk with the russians after all the atrocities they committed in the ukraine. but if the price of bringing peace to ukraine ending the war and saving human lives is talking with the russians, we are ready to talk. so how does this war and the french foreign minister join
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even said the plan is to support ukraine until victory watched from your point of view. does victory look like? are you trying to turn the clock back to the beginning of february, or are you trying to turn the clock back to 2014, 2014. so you want to get all of the dumbass and you want to restore crimea to control by ukraine. i'm a ukrainian foreign minister. how can you expect me to say that i did not want to restore territorial integrity of my country? the question is, the following. no one in ukraine or in europe seems to have doubts that ukraine will win the question exactly what will victory look like and how specific elements of victory will be achieved? some things can be regained by military force. other others can be regained by diplomacy. i do not know the exact parameters yet,
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but i'm give you 100 percent that we will win and russia will be defeated. this is also another element that everyone has to understand. victory of ukraine implies defeat of russia. but do you have any lingering worries that as time passes from that initial shock of the attempt to take keith to put to the initial invasion of the country as time passes, that public's in, in countries will move on to other things. media will move on to other things and then eventually governments will move on to other things and the resolve will begin to melt. this is the reality that applies to every war, because for exactly, for the reasons that you mentioned. but i'm afraid that the brutality of russia and their obsession, where sir military conquest will not allow any one in the world to forget about their aggression. before the war,
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ukraine was seen as the world's bread basket, supplying a significant slice of the planet's wheat and grained. but since the russian invasion exports, the blocks and farming is difficult and dangerous. hold onto hamid reports from odessa. with the coming of spring diffuse of ukraine have turned bright green, wheat and other grains sprouting as far as the i can see. but even farming is risky in a country at war. workers now where safety vest will mark yon because of this shelling, specially at dawn, says beth rowe. beth, very cool. he usually produces about $10000.00 tons of various types of grain per year. but 2022 is full of anguish. like a phone go with most of our farming land is in the curse on reach. and now under russian occupation, they stole that which stopped in a warehouse as an ingrain elevators. and we will lose the alterman spring crops in
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the there is a drone video that shows my warehouses burning. i have massive losses, some colleagues till they tell me that the russians want to confiscate land and create collective farms like during soviet times before the war. ukraine produced about a $100000000.00 tons of wheat, corn reap seats and barley per year. it was also a top producer of sunflower oil. only. 20 percent was for domestic consumption. the rest made its way to markets in china, india, the middle east and africa. but since russia's invasion exports have nearly stopped, ukraine now is looking into other options to export the grain. one of them would be to transported by trained to a neighboring country. the problem is the railway system needs to be adapted to soviet bill tracks. i wired in european ones, so stocks need to be offloaded and reloaded before continuing their journey.
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about $25000000.00 tons a wasting in sailors around the country. since rush imposed a blockade under black seaports like odessa, since operations have come to a grinding halt, other maritime routes through romania or bulgaria are being considered. o craner, i explore toys than villa. ukraine exports 10 to 14 percent of world demand. we are number one in sunflower oil. now we have excess of oil and some flowers. world prices are at the historical high. if the expert question is insult soon, the prices will continue to increase the style. finding ways to rain in global prices is a priority at the g 7 summit. but with the war raging in the east and south of the country, where the main agricultural regions are located. production is likely to decrease
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by as much as 35 percent. making it one of the most urgent humanitarian crisis to be solved, to avoid shortages in global food supplies, had been hamid algebra. odessa, lebanon goes to the poles on sunday. in the 1st election since its economic meltdown began in 2019 the site protests, the powerful political establishment has hung on to power, not raised concerns about possible violations self. the electoral process. results are doubt reports from they would. these people are working to safeguard democracy in lebanon had of the elections on sunday. they are making the final preparations to ensure that the electoral process is fair and transparent. and that's not an easy task in a deeply polarized country, where sectarian loyalty is to perhaps the leading, driving force for people when casting their wards. the lebanese association for the
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more graphic elections, holiday is largely funded by european countries. then al baba is responsible for coordinating an overseen all activities of the association, as she believes that corruption is also hurt in democracy in lebanon. we have some sort of clinton stick with an agency between the voters and their and peace, and they are candidates. if i give you money, you have to vote for me or i not give you this money. i can provide you a service by being a, by inserting you by appointing you and a certain position in the public sector. if you don't vote for me, i will you not get this job? ah, lebanon has been subjected to chronic political instability for the last several years . that led to large scale demonstrations against a political elite, ultimately forcing the government to resign. in the following year, at the state in exclusion at port b,
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ruth killed 2018 people further deteriorating the already crippled economy and dependent political instability. the elections on sunday or do seem by many as a litmus test for real change and a force are on the way to avoid frown relations and irregularities. the minister of interior is in charge of ensuring the transparency of his elections. we are what america we thrust billy, bunny people, and i was security forces. we will observe every detail during the election day. it is our people's right to have a transparent election that their voice and decision is the ultimate power. the law will be in place for those who try to violate through us. however, there is a deep mistress in state institutions, including the judiciary, as most people believe they are all deeply port sized. despite a series of measures taken by the interior ministry, serious concerns remain about possible violations of the electoral process. people
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here say there is no real turn mechanism to prevent irregularities. and as 11 on political parties have really been held accountable for their actions, there is little hope that this time will be different. instead of that, i'll just 0 beta. nice, and the somali capital market issue are imposing a curfew ahead of an election on sunday. the government says armed groups are threatening attacks to disrupt the process embers of parliament due to elect the next president after much delay web. take a look at some of the candidates shake. sharif amid was president of somalia once before. and he want to be president again. his government was credited with developing somalis, constitution, and building the national army. after the central government collapse in 1991. it was criticized for corruption. i want to build a government that gives me rights to all the somali people and provide security and justice to this morning for trying to include all political
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functions and for specific policies, shake serif is widely seen as one of the strongest contenders is one of 39 candidates who have registered their posters line. this street in mogadishu, one of them will go on to lead a government that doesn't control much of somalia beyond here, the capital sways of the country side, a control by the on group. our bob simone is don't even get to vote in this election. it's members of parliament who will elect the president. and the members of parliament were selected by representatives. everyone familiar with the process say it's been mod 5 vote buying and corruption. another former president and shaking mood, running a new, widely seen as a possibly winner. when he was in office, you an investigator said, hi, this individuals embezzled, lost some of the money from the central bank. let's check on the gun. the guy,
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once a peace activist, he's known as a negotiator and says men, the rest between money is federal, state law, income and president mohammed, up to life is running again. he's lost support in parliament. his opponent say he divisive, made some money as armed, conflicts worse, brought economic decline. he's promising change retiree play minister on the farm as i fell out, your opponent contender. the final outcome of the vote depends on who ends up. so sporting, who, it's very difficult to predict, you know, potential alliances at this stage. i think a lot of back room deals and under the table deals are happening as we speak and they will continue to happen until the 11th hour. just before dawn on sunday morning, we'll continue to make deals. members of parliament votes on sunday in
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a series of up to 3 rounds in the safety of mortgage issues green zone. far removed from most somalis, the regions, worst drought in decades is just one of the many challenges faced by millions of people. and by some money is next leader malcolm web. al, jazeera, mogadishu, somalia, at least 27. people have been killed in a building fire in india's capitol, police and you dead, a say more than 40 people are in hospital dozens, more been rescued. the flames started on the 1st floor, which mostly contained officers, parents in the united states, the growing increasingly desperate to find baby formula as a nation wide shortage with no solution expected for weeks. now the white house is stepping into health hunter, castro reports from washington. albert 4 year old albert butler wears a backpack filled with a specialty formula that slowly feeds him 22 hours
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a day. his mother just butler says, this is what her son with special needs, must have to grow. it was super critical when he was an infant, and this is like the only thing that he could tolerate. and was it kind of the 1st time we signing gross out of him. it all was on this formula, but store shows in the united states are running out of infant and toddler formula . the tracking firm data, assembly reports, there's 43 percent less of it. nationwide, pandemic supply chain problems started the trouble in a factory closure. a michigan made it worse. abbot nutrition maker of the popular stimuli brand halted production after several babies got sick and 2 died after drinking possibly contaminated formula. the government investigated and found no further danger, but the company says it will be weeks before production resumes. butler has taken extraordinary measures to find formula for her son,
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even fly across the country to buy it from a woman she met online, only to be scammed. she never showed, and eventually as parents say, walking out of a store with baby formula can now feel like walking out with a goal. the forwarding has become a concern with stores now limiting how many they sell to each parents. it's important. remember that ah 4 babies on farmyard, this is the only full dobson there, there is no substitute, and i think we have to probably re evaluate ah, what's critical infrastructure really means? critics have blamed the white house for failing to help president biden met with retailers and baby formula manufacturers on thursday, hoping to help ease the shortage, i think were going to be in a matter of weeks or less getting significantly more formula on shelves. and the is
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also sure we can import and still maintain the say the high safety stand out for now. parents are making due by turning to food banks or just feeding their children less, less all worked together because these are babies. you know, they got to eat for parents, there is no more urgent need than this nutrition for their hungry children. heidi joe castro al jazeera washington. a ukrainian band is the favorite to win this year's eurovision song, contest o collusion, orchestra is riding on a wave of public support following russia's invasion of ukraine attribute to the motherland song, mixes wrapped with traditional folk music. 25 bands. what can be in the final as taking place in italy, city of turn ah
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