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hello, i'm carrie johnston. this is the news ally from do i welcome to the program. we're coming up to the next 60 minutes. ah, australia's labor party ends almost a decade of conservative rule, but as yet to gain a parliamentary majority. present joe biden assigns a $40000000000.00 funding bill for ukraine sent to him during his asia trip as ukraine's president says he still open to talk with russia and it's difficult to find a st. and her pin that hasn't been hit by gunfire or tanks, shells, or mortar when you report from a pin that one of many ukrainian cities and towns struggling to rebuild off to russian occupation. oh, a funeral is held for teenager kills it during the latest israeli rage and occupied westbank famines for the winter. then tennis championships have been penalized for
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banning players from russia and bela bruce competitors won't get ranking points effectively turning the swords oldest grand slam into an exhibition of ah ah, will begin in australia where the opposition labor party has ended almost a decade of rule by the conservative coalition labeling her aunt in albany will now the prime minister of his yet to get a parliamentary majority, which means he may have to rely on independence, outgoing prime minister scott morrison faced mounting pressure for his handling of cost of living pressures. the pandemic and climate change. tonight, the astrology and paypal had boated for chinese. ah, i am humbled by this victory. i know i'm honored to be given the opportunity to serve as the 31st prime minister of
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a tribe. i've always believed in australians and their judgment, and i've always been prepared to accept their verdicts and to not i have delivered their verdict. and i congratulate antony abernathy in the labor party and i wish him and his government all the very best. now there are many boats the old account that is true, and there are many great palls and pies stools that will still come in. but i believe it's very important that this country has certainty of sara clark, his life for us now in sydney. so sarah, the people have voted very much for change they certainly have, and this is a historic victory for the labor party at ending 9 years of conservative rule. and antony albanese will be sworn in as a 31st prime minister of australia. now his speech show this evening on saturday evening or in city, he talked about promising changed with stallions. he said he's heard the message
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from voters and he will act on those t policy issues a way. but a certainly felt disillusion felt that they had the major parties. both major parties didn't have the policies on ortho of what they wanted. those issues include the likes of the cost of living and we had h k, but are the key ones were women are policies on the women's agenda, integrity, gender of quality. and of course, climate change that we had earlier. we had scott morrison concede, he's already said he's thanked. i congratulated on the anthony albanese and he said that he will stand down as the liberal party later. so it's been a major shift in the political landscape out here in australia, in the selection of the last book, because i should not that counting has stopped for now. it stops at midnight, which is about an hour ago. the liberal national party at this stage have around $55.00 seats, and the labor party has about $72.00 seats. but there are a number of seats that are undecided and this is why we it, we're not sure whether or not he will hold a majority with an anti albanese in the labor party. will have
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a clear majority whether or not australia faces a hung pallet and that simply where there's no clue majority. and anthony albanese in the labor party will have to do a deal out with the independence or minor parties to form government. and this is where the landscape has shifted in the selection where we've seen his mass movement and inclusion or surge, a new independence running and his tam pine. and we've had that they've 22 female hot profile, liberal candidates and they were targeting these a site were very site blue ribbon seats and they've won a number of them. and not just in the south wiles, but also victoria and western australia. we've so seen the grains pick up a number of seats that picked up seats from the liberal party. so it has been a massive shift. flavor has dang, round gain seats are the liberal party, has lost a number of seats at the moment, or they try to assess where they went wrong. but what we do know is we've got a new prime minister, a new labor party leader and a new lab government and just got morrison is standing down from the liberal party
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. okay, for now sarah clerk, life for stern sydney. thank you. you as present, joe biden says he's willing to meet north careers at cambridge on, on for talks on security if he serious biden is in. so for meetings with his south korean, the counterpart units took your spines, 1st trip to the asia pacific since he was took office last year with florence louis reports from so on the ground in south korea. a mixed response to u. s. president jo biden's visit these demonstrators welcomed him. seeing this as an opportunity to present a united front against north korea. that follows reports leader kim jong may be about to conduct a 7th nuclear weapons test. but here, activists concerned about an arms race, a calling for peace. when the 2 precedents met at a summit on saturday, security was high on the agenda. j. i a hurry.
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hurry tra, career. i thought they discussed enhancing sanctions and expanding the scope of combined to military exercises. biden also said he's not opposed to meeting him. john good. if he sincere both precedent june and president biden also said they were ready to help north korea deal with an outbreak of coven 19 o. leaving an era where the economy, security, security is their economy disruption in the supply chain caused by changes in the international security order is directory related to the lives of our people. but analysts say that may not be enough to bring north korea to the negotiating table. kim's, our resume appears to be determined to develop the military,
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our capability to make sure that north korea will be armed to have a sufficient capability to hold you. as for susan civilian populations in south korea and in japan as hostages, although countering china's dominance in the region was not explicitly mentioned, the biden administration has made no, he could have the site. it views china as a strategic challenge in tokyo on monday, president biden will unveil the indoor pacific economic framework. its members will include south korea and japan. analysts say the u. s. is reasserting itself in the region. years after former president donald trump pulled out of the town specific partnership trade pact. however, china sees that agreement as an attempt to marginalize it. a chinese foreign ministry spokesman criticized the u. s. on friday, saying it should do more to contribute to peace in the region. instead of creating divisions,
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florence li al jazeera song some of the worst st battles of ukraine's war were around its capital. attacking a pin, the north of cave, was part of it. russia's failed attempt to encircle the city. now expecting ukrainian control, people are trying to move on the same bizarre, the reports in the little circle in i cannot express it. she says, feelings of anger, feelings of hatred, feelings of deep contempt for the russian soldiers who brought death to her hometown. when you pull initial kolinski to like a former kindergarten teacher, nina yar makeover lost her lifelong home in the invasion. sheltering in the children's summer school and her pin. she now listens for any news of the war. but it's to pillay supper hard me. russians with their boots, trampled on all our happiness, people's lives, people's hope,
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everything. they trampled everything in one minute. a passport and some medicine precious few necessities. all she was able to take her house now a crime scene all that she had in this world bomb to rebel in the winter. her room was the warmest. that's why she chose it. a lifetime of memories, a lifetime of belongings. she doesn't want any of it back, send it to the russians. she says. so it may weigh on their conscience. we do not get it done. can we believe that our people are dead crushed with tanks? how can we ever forgive them for it? never, no one, not for a 100 years of economy. what was left standing in the city is being fixed.
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one man said all he wants is to make repairs, so life can return to normal amount of money. but what was broken in a matter of months, in some cases, mere hours will take years to rebuild. it's difficult to find a street nor pain that hasn't been hit by gunfire or tank shells or mortar rounds. and so many absolutely devastated buildings are now a grim reminder that the russians were here. not even houses of worship were spared . and even the most civilian of spaces became targets in this war was cymbalta and voice service. i believe ice cream is my heart is drenched in blood and tears. that is all i have in my soul. and when you bought it, it was artillery may be windows were hates, and roads were hit. the roof of the kindergarten was burned. my son's class was in
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that building. the kindergarten doesn't exist now. why should i be happy? why did this happen? it's sad, a lot of people who i know what killed even now as the war moves away from towns around t as life begins to return to a new kind of normal ukrainians, piecing their lives back together, say they never thought russia would actually invade. they still can't believe it happened and they still don't understand why zen basra re ultra 0 or pit when you asked to present, joe biden has approved an additional $40000000000.00 aid package for ukraine. the bill was flown to south korea for by the signature funds we used to provide more rich equipment ukrainian forces, keeping the government in give afloat. some of the money will also be used to help ukrainian refugees arriving in the u. s. latest packages on top of the $13600000000.00 that washington has already given to ukraine. ukraine's had
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a precedent for him as a lensky tweeted, saying, grateful to the u. s. president for signing the door and additional support for ukraine. leadership of the u. s. president biden, and the american people in supporting ukraine's fight against the russian aggressor is crucial. look forward to new powerful defense assistance today. it is needed more than ever with our white house correspondent, kimberly how could joins us now from washington d. c. so kimberly, another substantial package for ukraine and another strong signal it's a strong signal of support and it is one that the white house is once again trying to project to vladimir putin, the russian leader that had calculated, at least in the eyes of the west, that the support that ukraine is receiving would eventually be exhausted. and so the message that the u. s. congress is sending is just the opposite. in fact,
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the white house of the asked congress that controls the purse strings for the united states for $33000000000.00. instead, it sent even more than the white house. it asked for ultimately, the president, sending it to law $40000000000.00 package going to ukraine, again, sending that message to vladimir putin. but as long as ukraine needs support from the united states, it will receive it. and then so, and as you point out, largely this is to support the military to push back on the war machine from russia . this will not only be in the form of new military equipment, but also to replenish the stocks that have already been sent. so this is a significant package, and what's also significant about this is the fact that it, for the most part was overwhelmingly bipartisan in its approval. not just in the lower house of representatives in the u. s. congress,
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but also in the upper chamber of the senate. which is pretty rare in washington these days. the fact that this was overwhelmingly approved by both republicans as well as democrats and that you as president now signing it into law. this will result in, again, not only military equipment, but also training as well as logistics. and we should also point out that there is also money and funds for humanitarian assistance and also 5000000000 that is being allocated to fight global food insecurity. kimberly, how can i for us there in washington dc. thank you. russia says it's destroyed a large batch of weapons and military equipment delivered to ukraine, bytes western allies. it says it carried out a missile strike near railway station is i come in west of the capitol. keith russell 1st said, it struck a few stores facilities. no death in the south were really, you are. the armed forces of the russian federation continued the special military
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operation in ukraine. high precision, long range, sea bass missiles near the moline railway station, and shut me region, have destroyed a large batch of weapons and military equipment delivered from the u. s. and european countries for a grouping of ukrainian troops. and don bass. russian air base missiles near odessa at the da support plant had destroyed fuel storage is intended for ukrainian nationalists armored vehicles in cranes. the preston has again spoken of ways to end. the war. he says will only bring more carnage the longer at drugs on the master. as he says, he is still open to talks. but believe russia isn't interested, he but i'm humble now doris caught the victor. it will be difficult. it will be bloody. but it's and will be in diplomacy. i'm very convinced of this. there are things that we can't bring to an end, sitting at the negotiation table. that's how it is, because we would like to get everything back and russia doesn't want to give back
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anything. fennimore head on the news, al, including ah, twisted and torn apart the destructive power of a series of tornadoes in germany. why thousands of migrants will have to wait longer to form a claim, asylum in the us. and in sports, the american who's making a big impression on pga championship co faction coming ah, a funeral has been held for a 17 year old palestinian shot dead by his very forces occupied westbank is increased attention as it followed, arrayed in gene in where al jazeera is it shane, and we're actually was killed last week in hong kong, oppose. ah mon is berry. i'm just fed and promised to take revenge for his killing islamic to had claimed 17 year old as one of his members.
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wow. he was killed by his ready forces engineer refugee camp in the early hours of saturday. these really army is intensified night raids engineers in recent weeks since the beginning of the year 20 palestinians had been killed in the camp and the town. the town is also where out is there a general sharina barclay was shot in the head and killed by these rail yomi. she was on assignment and wearing a helmet and vest clearly mocking her as a journalist. but israel is refusing to launch a criminal investigation. and now 57 american politicians have signed a letter demanding the f. b. i to investigate. republican congressman andre carson tweeted the killing about as a reporter and fellow american sharina. barclays was not only a tragedy. it was an affront to press freedom. and to all americans, adding, we need answers and accountability from these really government agnes callum out of amnesty international treated. it's the additional violation of sharon's right to
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life and a clever i lation of israel's obligation under international law. one amongst many, she goes on to say, this is what repression and domination looked like. some lives simply don't matter . oh is ready forces storm the procession and started beating mourners, causing pall bearers to almost drop her casket. ah, that didn't stop thousands of palestinians marching through occupants, jerusalem to take part in the funeral. and during israel has tremendous support within the us. and that's the reason why they've been able to so far, resist pressure on opening an investigation into serene al, blacklist death. however, with international voices growing louder, how much longer they can resist, that pressure remains to be seen him wrong car, out 0 occupied is through slim on one artistic depiction of sharina killing by his very forces is getting a lot of attention. this a car to imbibe south african artists zap hero was published in the daily maverick
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newspaper just 2 days after her death. it shows it sharin being carried away and it is very sniper with a smoking gun. the artist says he was motivated by the parallel. cecil, between the palestinian cause and south africa's anti apartheid struggle. well that artists of hero joins us now from cape town. thanks for being on the program here. well, simply why did you do this cartoon? how did it come about? as you say, see the that the. ready parallels have been striking me for a very long time as a jewish south african and a white. so the african will. i didn't join this, this struggle in south africa as a jewish, so they're gonna join as a white african obviously as somebody not oppressed by the system, but somebody who's against it, there was a small proportion of white people who fought against their part time in various ways and, and then, you know,
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during that period i became aware of how many similarities they were in various struggles around the world in particular then as a jewish south african i had to look at myself and say, i cannot support what is happening in israel when serena berkeley was, was killed, it seemed like another targeted attack on an activist or in her case, a journalist. they have been many, and they were many during apartheid. i felt that those, these parallels that i see with the kind of bantustans in, in that that are the way that, that israel is, has treated the palestinian territories. ready various times and putting walls up and preventing people from moving it feels like the older party understands the detentions that torture, the deportations the on force, the exiles feel very similar. and this. ready was outraged,
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and i felt i should draw a parallel with an image of very famous image of 976 of one of the 1st probably the 1st young student shot by the party police heck to peterson being carried and by a young man who is in tears in agony and a young woman running next to to him. and this is the famous to beat us an image taken by photographer, send zima. so i'm trying to keep my cartoon as close to that in almost as black and white just with the palestinian flag. and from somewhere to, to janine written in the background, it just a little bit of touch of red and green. but essentially that kind of look and then the wall symbolizing. ready these really the sort of provisions, regulations and, and it's so in, it's drawn
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a lot of support and of course is criticism of me. people saying it's not exactly the same, but it creates debate and joins debates. and that's what i'm trying to do. i'm trying to get people to think and how do south african jewish people regard your work and what's their reaction? i'm afraid that the majority, over the years, the majority of the african jews have regarded me and people like i'm some of the viewers will know. ready famous, so the african jews who've been involved in the struggle at a very high level, jo, slow, it was a, it is a communist party. ronnie castros, people like that. i mean famous people like and they didn't go to man writers, jews who, who stood up against a party. i have often been vilified and told that we don't, we were not saying we were trying to simplify things. we're trying to make
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parallels that are too obvious when they, when they actually are differences. that sort of thing i think is a bit of a shift. i mean, over years and years and years, i think more and more jews around the world who have often supported israel and apologetically are starting to be uncomfortable with the way that that israel conducts itself. in this case, it's funny, a lot of i found that there were some african jews who were sort of more outraged by the storming of the the funeral in and nobody died. danica was a complete outrage. absolute outraged, but there were less, some of them have been less outraged by her death because they're still trying to hang on to that notion that it could have been a palestinian who, you know, she was shot apps by accident by palestinian. that's the idea that people are peddling because these railey government and, and ready defense for city, edel bet,
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notion so, but there is a, is a bit of a movement i think, amongst diaspora, jews in many countries, i'm afraid is probably among the countries with the highest sort of an unapologetic support for israel amongst jews, but i think even here it is shifting a bit. ok up here. we thank you very much indeed for your time here today on just 0 . thank you. lebanon's, outgoing government has approved the financial recovery plan. it's final meeting before losing decision making powers. the cabinet is operating caretaker row of parliamentary elections last week and includes several measures to unlock funds from a deal with the international monetary fund. include changes to laws on bank secrecy, the bailout is needed to deal with the 3 year economic meltdown at the high
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deactivated tours. what are the challenges facing our country requires strong management and cooperation from all parties and not to delay in transmitting files, because time is no longer available for any delay. this delay has caused lebanon and the lebanese people a lot. have we done this solution 2 years ago and the cost would have been much lower. and with every passing day, the cost of a more and more if we don't get into the recovery plan and implemented fully. us judge has blocked plans to lift and immigration policy that prevents migrants from seeking a father in the u. s. the policy known as title 42 is issue to prevent the spread of corona virus or medical expert. so it's no longer needed catch up his hoodie on, has more many of these migrants have been awaiting and the one mexico for years hoping to seek asylum in the us. but along with thousands of others still have to wait longer. a federal judge has extended an immigration policy known as title 42,
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which blocks most of them from claiming asylum. and we've been waiting for so long for years with title 42 in place. we're not allowed to request asylum, god willing, we can find a solution because returning to our country's isn't really an option. the policy introduced under donald trump's administration allows the government to expel migrants from the us to prevent the spread of hope at 19 president joe biden. was due to lift the measure on monday, but a coalition of 24 states sued and one sentiment and you look at these, we understand title 42 exists due to sanitary measures. that's why we're here today with proof of vaccination and our covert tests. we don't have the virus, so i don't think it's fair to apply this order against us. more than 230000 migrants cross the border between mexico and the us in april alone. without title 42 us officials say the numbers could search to 18000 migrants
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a day or 2. so let's see. i thought the city is at full capacity right now. the shelters are overcrowded, and there are many people who've been waiting for a long time. there's a significant haitian population, families, and many pregnant women with families. there's a lot of uncertainty and a lot of frustration. it's a problem for buying and whose approval ratings are low. republicans are also focusing on the issue ahead of the mid term elections in november. human rights group say the crisis is being politicized by both sides. the justice department says a will appeal to decision. in the meantime, thousands of migrants will be forced to wait yet again. katia lopez with a young al jazeera still ahead on al jazeera. ah, i think to strike the right cord, that musicians from across mexico revive a cultural festival. after tea again on the sports that facing the crowd,
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confused this possible superstar details coming out. ah hallo, we've got more that dusty wind blowing across sir, the middle east star, but so large you dry clear sky. so we are going to see that wind continuing right along the gulf. others shemelle wind, of course, 42 celsius here in doha, lots of dust and sand pushing down across that eastern side of saudi arabia. hot enough further north, 43 celsius, therefore baghdad, while the more comfortable mid high twenty's across the levant, maybe one or 2 showers just coming across central and eastern part of for turkey as we go 13, monday chuck. this is little bit of wet weather, western disturbance making its way towards pakistan was north west india helping
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the heat to just eat off here the he will. he's a touch here in doha 39 celsius. the whims also easy. so shall we say less unpleasant with that lifted dust and sand. some of that lifted doesn't sound. of course, across this har, a down to was as a how near northern parts of nigeria, meeting up with the showers that we have around the gulf of guinea and some of the showers even getting up into marley, now some making good progress on those seasonal rains. the rain stretch across so central parts of africa still a little disappointing to the east of the rift valley. there there bit slow setting aim, but no shortage of rain across at east side of south africa. wet weather, also pushing into mozambique. ah, trust in all, dorothy is up an old time low. you want the sat for hench haiti to distrust this is a battle about what the truth actually is. i'll just eras investigative unit pulls back the curtain and reveals how fear suspicion and conspiracy theories have become
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the 2 of the powerful were in a dangerous territory and that dangerous territory by this date. what happens now that we literally diverge? that may well be how democracy does the truth illusion are just 0. ah. with lou.
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ah, you're watching out as a reminder about top stories, voters in australia have ended nearly a decade of conservative government. i believe the anti albany defeated incumbent conservative department of scott morrison, and he's still doesn't have majority us present. joe biden says he's willing to meet north korea's kim john for security talks, if he's serious. biden is, is so for meetings with south korean counterpart units of a funeral husband held for 17 year old palestinian shot and killed by israeli forces occupy the west bank. it happened in janine warehouse 0. mister machine was killed last week. that to our coverage now of the war in ukraine to 0 has been able to gain access to the russian controls due to his son in ukraine for the 1st time since the beginning of the war. so the yusef was part of
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a media delegation accompanied by the russian military the whole by you heard that we are now inside person to be specific. we are at the coffee power plant. the plant generates electrical power from many cities, some under russian control and others under ukrainian control plant and the surrounding area are important to both sides was ordering electricity go from here to the crimea peninsula. when we entered the city of car saw we so limited damage. the city from the inside looks like this. it looks normal. but other times, especially in the evening, some shelling can be heard with. local officials here say that anti missile systems are being operated from person against missiles fired by the ukrainian military. when i see what you're new, i mean you see people returning to kasan because they are getting to know that the city is protected by a defense systems and russian forces damage. but i don't want to speak, i don't want to speak, i'm sorry. just bothering is mile. many people left the city. you can say there's
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a feeling of fear, and some people leave the city because there's no work my hub. but alba, how he'll be. but we are at the curse on bus station. officials say some employees not received their salaries until now because it comes from the cranium side when some buses are working, but others are not. the city looks relatively calm. russian forces to control the city more than 2 months ago. local officials say some people remain in the city, and some are now returning la was summer. you said al jazeera carson, some family members of the training and soldiers who fought in other style in turkey. they're appealing for help to get their loved ones out of the russian prisons unto safety. them concealed meant several in the temple among the wives of also fighters and mario pole. i sat down with natalie. it's got her husband is among those 959 ukranian fighters who were evacuated from those steel plants by
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russians. natalia and 3 of her friends have been in the turkish capital on car for the last couple of days, seeking support for the safe evacuation of their husbands and sons. let's listen to what natalia told us about the latest on us of fighter. we all together. 3, a yes and a half, but we had where didn't on as of still planned at distance. we married during the war. have you contacted him so far? we were in the ukrainian embassy in turkey in ankara. and my husband started to typed me and i was shocked because as there was no connection during 15 days, he said that they are moving from wild. how to and as a how in each centimeter of this way, we have many, many risks. he had
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a no chances to save his life, but the only guarantee that our man was to be called that the attention of the whole world is concentrated around the barriers of others to plant. is it possible for an exchange of prisoners? it will be the most appropriate scenario. how to solve the problem or in russia. yeah, they are also we man mothers who are waiting for their psalms the why? so as a fighters have mixed feelings, now they're happy that their husbands are alive, but they're so concerned for how long they will manage to stay alive and faith in
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russian prisons. wimbledon organizes so they won't back down despite the prestigious tournaments being stripped of ranking points. and this governing bodies made a decision after wimbledon bands, competitors from russia and the other is due to the war ukraine. statements we're moving fed remain unwilling to accept success for participation, that wimbledon being used to benefit the propaganda machine of the russian regime. you therefore wish to state our deep disappointment decisions taken by the a t p w t a and i t s. in removing ranking points for the championships in bob has more the club, the all england long tennis cub put out a statement on friday, really pushing back against the removal of those ranking points. they said that it was a deeply disappointing and they are say that they're in discussions with other grandson tournaments to see what might be done. the club said,
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or the move was disproportionate in the context of quote, the exceptional and extreme circumstances. and that it was damaging to all players who compete on the tour women and had all along said that really had no option, but to ban russian and bell russian players are under guidelines from the u. k. government, well, for it's part, the atp, jose said that that is not quite right. and the atp has said that it took them at via the move, with great regret and reluctance. but it said that unilateral decisions of this nature, such as women's ban, if on a dressed set, a danger, a damaging precedent for the rest of the tour. so the message from those organizations, the atp, the w, t a and or the international attorneys federation is that they're protecting the system. and the general rights of the players of the world health organization is
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held an emergency meeting on a spread of monkey pox. and these to 80 cases had been confirmed in 11 countries. disease was 1st identified in monkeys in central and west africa. in humans, it typically spreads through close contact, causing body stores and fever. viruses, treatable and no deaths have been reported. a stole not sweat suit. germany has generated 3 tornadoes, destroying homes and knocking out power on person has been killed and dozens injured. the hot reports this isn't the mid west of the united states. this is northern germany. debris swirling caught on camera and posted on line the violent weather generated 3 major tornadoes. this one, touching down and lip set. oh, the storm cell also brought rain hail and strong gust of wind. the basements of hundreds of homes were flooded and left over debris stopped. many people from
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leaving this church lost its steeple. it's remnants now blocking the junction of a road. the severe weather disrupted traffic and brooded trees that topple under rail tracks and roads. rescue services to point all available resources. germany usually experiences several tornadoes a year as colder air from the north clashes with warmer air from the south. but not all leave this kind of destruction in its weak. leah harding al jazeera, more heavy rain floods and lance slides, so the devastating air is in the northeastern india. in some states, at least 14 people have died in the latest downpours. more than 700000 people are affected. many don't want to leave their homes up in the town. as more from one of the worst hit areas. from local homes are partially sub marsh and the roads are
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under water. this is not gonna district, it's the was affected area in a som, in dallas, ne, in fact, nearly half the population that has been affected across the state lives over here . now, many of the residents here have decided to stay. but even though evacuations and rescue efforts are underway across the street, many are using rocks, but mostly we've seen people are just roll up their pants and weird to the water to get their daily supplies. in some parts of the street, the water is wide up to the waist. now across the state about 70000 people are in release camps. many have been there for about a week, which is when the rain started, climate exports say the climate change is to blame for this extreme weather. flooding is not uncommon in a som heavy rains are an annual a fe. what's different this time? is that the rains have come early and a more intense than earlier,
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an ex. what say that extreme where the scenarios like these could become more common as the planet warms, father. and the fierce a storms have killed at least 30, creeping the eastern b ha state every rain, strong winds, and lightning of hit 16 districts in recent phase rescue work is ongoing. very 5 years after i saw was defeated in mosul. large parts of the iraqi city still lying ruins. nakeila just have on earth a mosque that dates back centuries. some of injected reports. people are now rebuilding one of the cities, well known landmarks for the newly mosque and mostly iraq, 2nd largest city is isis declared. it's so called caliphate in 2014 famous for its leaning mineral, or i'll head by his local people called it. it's been regarded as an icon for nearly 900 years leveled in the fight, soldiers and local people ridiculous ations by isolated the tower and mos but destroyed by bombs dropped by the us. led coalition. now, piece by piece,
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brick by brick. iraqis are putting it back together, european charities an unesco aimed to fully restored the monuments by next year. them in difficulties that we found at the beginning of the project while we remove that would move to about $5600.00 tons of bubbles. and also about live in all of them was put inside of the wall or difficulties was to, to restore and think about as much as possible from that sort of pieces and to clean it documented and attribute and saved it in a safety way. 6 meters below the surface of prayer, hall and oblivion rooms after debris and explosives were pled, archeologists have discovered what they believed to be the original mask. build alongside the minarette. one official described it as a rear of hope from the ruins, but this is only one part of morsels destroyed old city. it will take an estimated $100000000000.00 to reconstruct in every province in public spaces and heritage
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sites. but people here are still waiting for some of that money to arrive, so they can restart their lives. and while they wait for promises made by donors and the government to materialize, young people reclaiming most of the public spaces. this is what the central library of mostly university looked like after and i still fighters were targeted there, but students and staff risked their lives to rescue books, even pages. and now the building is back with reminders of its recent past that are not are displayed sections for discussions and computers for researches. dr. still wants help from academics and international libraries are for most of the 1000000 items, including books, manuscripts, and research. papers were destroyed, correct? john looked of all hedge of entered then us, of the idea was not just to restore it, but also to make it contemporary and not just a book repository, but a minute of no later than the aim to target. all sections of society while
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concentrating on the youth. so everyone can benefit from the resources, summary, or hopes, the big mosque and his city will soon be rebuilt. and these children who remembered the horrors of war for people who live together in peace in the future. some a majority down the era, most organizers can film festival have promised to work towards great agenda. parents in the woods. but this year, only 5 of the $21.00 movies in contention. all directed by women. from can charlie angela polls i pick tale of male friendship against the backdrop of the italian alps. the 8 mountains is the stunning film, co directed by belgian charlotte divan. oh was decades continence and is what is the $21.00 film competing for the palm dual prize . we approach it as a love story because friendship is love and the families important
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mother, father, your ancestors also can you escape where you come from? can you do it differently? what's your destiny? can you escape your destiny? then denise co directed with her husband's feelings on grown again and spoke about what she learned from the process. be able to say no to people when it's necessary and to invite them in and be generous when there is a time for it. but just to remain really focused. because that's the heart of what you're doing. and. and yeah, often filmmaking is just a lot of things at the same time and go in the history of can only 2 women have won the palm, the prize, the best director, a no protest for the festival to sign agenda piracy pledge in 2018 is a probably not just for the festival, but for the film industry at large. this year only 25 percent of the film submitted for consideration were directed by women, still a records the can. rodeo is a french film about a girl breaking into a male dominated world set in the suburbs of border. it follows
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a group of working class kids pursuing that passion for illegal done by reading to them. at the 1st time director liquid role spent 4 years investigating the motor cross scene. she says she wanted to create a character. we rarely see on screen. she is a to in, polite to, to say, hello julie, how are you know, she is like, breaking the world and get into the group. i legs, items female character, female directors like quiver all the under miss offering fresh choices in cinema. their films were snapped up even before being screened and can proving the audience appetite is already there. charlie angela al jazeera can so the head hair on al jazeera, the wimbledon, that tennis championships have been penalized for their decision to bound the plans from russia and by the roost. details coming up
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ah, the answer was an arabic. my name is howard, i was abducted by the c i a in 2004, a german citizen was kidnapped and tortured by garcia. they came up with handcuffs . them led me into interpretation. a new documentary tells the story of how the geo politics of the post 911 world ruined the life of an innocent feel mastery case. coming soon on al jazeera, their plight emitted from history kept alive only in the family. tales of those who survived. it's hard to believe for people who didn't fit the astonishing story of the polish women and children who endured the siberian glass and sought refuge in africa, never to return again. an epic odyssey of resilience memory is our homeland.
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on al jazeera lou ah, musicians in mexico have revived a festival, paused for 2 years by the pandemic. jaws, artists from all corners of the country represents more than 30 genres of folk music. rapid reports from mexico city, ah, a weekend of traditional music in the mexican capital. the event is sun, but emilio, a cultural festival that highlights the great diversity of mexican folk music. and perhaps more importantly, a perfect excuse to bust, to move it. we feel
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a tremendous pride because this music style is from our region in mexico. we enjoyed dancing to it because we like to represent our state wherever we go. soon, but emilio began as a way for artist to honor beloved mexican choreographer at emilio rojas. and i gone who passed away in 2002 to day the festival has grown into one of the city's most important annual cultural events. one that encourages visitors of all ages to hit the dance floor. this year, the song about a meal cultural festival, the celebrating its 20th anniversary, the occasion has drawn in some 80 different musical groups and performances representing nearly every corner of mexico. one of the most attractive aspects of the festival is watching visitors proudly dawning traditional attire. ah, after being shut down for 2 years, due to coven 19 restrictions,
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the festival has made a big comeback, giving visitors and introspective look at cultural heritage through than 30 john was of mexican folk music. mamma went up to another. one of communities all around the world turned to look at their own traditions. the cultural wealth of latin american countries is immense. but we're often forced to listen to just one type of music like regulation, which is horrible. event organizers say they hope the festival will continue to grow and attract more international visitors who are curious about the great many customs and traditions that make up the mexican culture. manuel, rap, hello al jazeera, mexico city. it's time for all the sports needs. now his favorite kerry, thank you so much for charlotte. claire will start in composition on sundays, spanish chrome, pre the world championship liter is looked good in barcelona, having also been phosphorus and all the practices world champion makeetra shop. and we'll start in 2nd. and claire's teammates,
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carlo sands will be 3rd on the grid. the wimbledon, tennis championships have been penalized for banning players from russia and bell agree with competitors won't get ranking points effectively turning the sports all this grand slam into an exhibition event. and if statement wimbledon organizers express their deep disappointment for the decision taken by the sports governing bodies. the men stores said the ability for players, if any nationality to enter tournaments based on merits, and without discrimination is fundamental to its values. after the invasion of ukraine, tennis governing bodies did ban russia and bella bruce from team events like the davis cup and billy gene can cop. it was decided though, that players from those countries would be allowed to compete as individuals on the men's and women's tours. that means they can take part at the upcoming french open . last month wimbledon organizers took the unilateral decision to ban russian and bell russian players from taking part in their tournaments rushes walla mer to
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daniel, met. the dad will be one of the favorites to win the french open, which starts on sunday. on the eve of that event, he was asked if he considered taking legal action to fight his exclusion from wimbleton by guest shots. cholera probably would have a, ah, there is some, some room to make and this, but yeah, personally, i think of, as i said, you know, not me taking this decisions. i if i can play, i'm not, no, i'm not gonna go to court to, for this one. maybe it's government pushing them. maybe it's their decision or a lot of stakes all behind all of this. so try if i can play, i'm going to be happy to play. i love wimbledon as a tournament top. i honestly tend to think i like playing on grass though i didn't have amazing results. no so far, but i have managed to win one tournament. but if i can play, i'm going to try to to, to play next years and try to,
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to play good there. tennis channel analysts, john, word time is at the french open. he told us what sort of response we should expect from wimbledon, and what the penalty means for the players who do take part. stripping a tournament of ranking places, basically takes a tennis event and turns it into an exhibition. it's breaking points that give tennis, given that meaning and in the form of a circuit, it help players improve the ranking is how you determine who makes the cut off the play and who doesn't. when you strip away ranking points, you basically have up isn't necessarily competitive tennis tournament. it just been sort of and anyone can enter a term called an exhibition, which is a very strange characterization for the most prominent tennis event on the calendar . and they can play nice, or they can take a hard line, span and women who go on a lot of power here. and then all the players want to play. if wimbledon says we are going to cut price money because we don't like the way you have valued our event by stripping at a point, that's something that's on the table. i for chatter that may be wimbledon and the
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other remainder that form the grandparent. maybe they come up with an alternative ranking system. it's really an interesting sort of way of power and we'll see sort of who has the strength of a leverage here. but i think woman feels as though they are the most prestigious event, you'll notice that no players are boycotting. it's not as of the players who they might be. i agree, but they're not angry enough to stay home. i think wimbledon is going to come fairly, fairly strong in their, in their response for time grand slam champion now we'll talk as back at roland darrow sceptre, withdrawing early on. early on that last year's tournament, she quit the event following the 1st round, starting mental health issues, including anxiety caused by talking to the media. earlier this year, a thought that was reduced to tears after being heckled by the crowd and it event in the united states. i think for me where i am right now, like i i would not want to say that it's like,
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it hasn't left my mind of course, and i'm still thinking about it. and i'm like kind of also prepping, just in case like i go on the court in some like a fan says something like an indian walls near for the most part. i think i'm, i'm a king. the 3rd round of golf u. s. p g championship is currently going on overnight leader will valid tourists will pay off later in the ground with one stroke advantage. the american is on 9 other par at southern hills in oklahoma. endeavor one in advance on the main tour for time. and major champion were not for the game friday at the top of the leaderboard. he's still in contention and is now 5 shots adrift salad torres. i wouldn't say it was nerves. it was maybe just yeah, you're not going to go out and she's $65.00 every day. maybe it was a kiss. i wasn't maybe quite as committed or aggressive as i was yesterday. and basketball superstars, steph curry showed, he isn't perfect. the encore to all the time. during gold and they were
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a playoff game against dallas mavericks? yes, it actually possible to dallas bench player, you did happen to be wearing a white shirt. similar to the worries jersey. he still managed to score $32.00 team won the game. and when she was in the western conference, okay, and most all your support for now back to you carry. thank you very much indeed. well, that's it for me. courage also for this nissan of i'll be back in a moment with more other days needs to stay with us. me the no, no, no, no no, no, no, no, no, no. this is, i don't need to be here with you to look at me when you get to me, i think you can just get a message. you open the home and ya, today we're going to be,
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you will be set up. will be sent to me. i'm a lot of my mother just leave me when i know, i mean, i mean me shooting off the edge of the ah
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