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since russia invaded ukraine, the new to has been driving across the board every day. crossing the border is always tricky, but the women say that today they have a lucky day because the border guard is someone they know and it's going to be hopefully much easier to bring the goods in. the notice we leave to find a less chaotic situation that in the past few days, people stimulus exhausted this time. i'm not crank us, you can see the notice mission has been accomplished for now, but she will return with more goods as long as russia missiles and buckets for the people out of ukraine. the . ready fighting on the front lines of ukraine, russia says it's targeting eastern and southern region.
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ah, hello, darren jordan, this is al jazeera live from de also coming up a brazen attack. a senior member of the ron's revolutionary guard is found dead outside his home in the capital terrace. the world's largest palm oil producer restarts exports. once again in the hope it'll these the pressure on rising from prices and cold for now. jerry and border crossing to reopen the could provide economic boost was struggling. ancient libyan russian forces had been stepping up their bombardment of ukrainian cities along the eastern front line. russia is trying to secure and expand its gains in the east and don bass region. and on ukraine, southern coast, among the cities hit a car key in the northeast, mich alive and zapper asia in the south. i'll report to acid bags in salanda,
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where a battle has been raging. for days the town of solid door has been hit by russian artillery. the ukrainians still hold it where one of the few to gain access to this in battle town. we entered on foot without a military escort. the streets are empty. a crater left behind in the middle of the town. another in front of a residential building. others destroyed. i look at least the covers live when we just came out. we were in a flood, but at night we're sleeping in the basement. i'm here because my daughter is ill. i leave i am. where am i to go? they take us to their basement, where we find others sheltering from the shelling. ha ha ha ha! devil way at night at 1 o'clock in the morning there may be shelling or the whole evening or like a few days before to write the morning. or there was such
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a big bomb, there was mud everywhere and lots of fire. despite the war, the destruction and the constant bombardment, some hair still support russia. we've blurred this man's face for his own protection. joke. you look younger, why are you wearing a helmet with a guy or got the right see a relative for waterloo? b garcia, redo russia will be here to victory. dumbass was always russian. the artillery battle begins again. they will is love going into their basement. it's usually a good indication of the fact that companies may be coming back in. usually what happens is, the ukraine's required, the roughly with one will be from return 500, crated to fight a will think you're going in the basement. that's that side possibly get out of it
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. so the door is in the strategic location. if russian forces managed to take it, it enables them to strike anything within sight. the ukrainian forces i desperately tried to stop them. i said bake al jazeera, saw the dog, or russia's defense ministry, get a briefing about his latest offensive in the muster. about separate is controlled area. that's what there was like a high precision air based missiles have hit 3 command post on 13 areas where ukrainian troops and military equipment amassed as well as for ammunition depos, near solar, dark, sold and done. that's people's republic, and your cova in lieu guns people's republic a little bit. russian force has retreated from towns and villages near ki. you've been left a trail of death and destruction behind families are still struggling to identify and bury their loved ones from the bodies found. so in bizarre, the reports now from boucher the bloodletting in boucher
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has made it one of the most notorious examples of russia's brutality in this war bodies of murdered ukrainians may no longer lay in the street. and people are trying to go back to the way things were but you don't have to go far to see what the conflict has left behind. so it's like these are common in places that have been taken back from the russians. this tank behind me seems to be pointing a gun. i would, might have been the last thing that was able to shoot at before it was disabled. well, completely destroyed over here is the entrance to ukrainian army base in the forest . now the russians are no longer there, but the russian threat remains over. here is a sign that says mines which indicates that beyond this fence, there are still land mines, an unexploded ordinance that have yet to be cleared. marcia lived under russian
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occupation in a village outside butcher. she lost her uncle, brother, and best friend. all 3 men killed in the same place at the same time, in the defense of their city for but shot the wishes when a year should have said that people in the hope that it wasn't them until the dna examination should also many scenes indicated that it was too pain. despair emptiness. lisa, once wounded, this will never show. did you not get on the one who was in the woods? they were shot. their bodies burned in what is left of the car where they died. medical it smells like death. she says you go yes, we did. so did the yes. these men were killed more than a month ago, but they were found identified and buried just days ago. probably not.
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everyone's trumpeting about butcher every once trumpeting about her mother about it . and maria paul, the same thing is happening there in kirsten. it's a horror. it's an order book. it wouldn't be as long as there is this. there will be war, she says, and everyone wants peace. who are the war in ukraine has broken so many communities in the towns and villages around ukraine's capital weeks after the slaughter investigations carry on. and as bodies are identified, the list of boots as confirmed, the dead gets longer. there are still more people to bury more people to more and more people to miss in basra, the old 0 in kasinsky village and you're butram. meanwhile, russian soldiers had begun de mining the site of the as of style still works. and
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matthew polt, it follows the surrender of the last ukrainian soldiers and rushes announcement that it now control be destroyed. poor city. the un says the number of people for to be displaced worldwide is increase to over a 100000000 for the very 1st time un refugee agency described as a staggering milestone. the war and ukraine and other conflicts have led to an alarming rise in the numbers of people forced out of their homes. un says it's a wake up call to prevent wars and end persecution. iran's elite military unit, the revolutionary guard says, one of its senior members has been assassinated in a capital terror gunman on 2 motorcycles, shot dead, colonel hassan, sad, or die in his car. outside his home, the attackers are still at large in a separate development. durand state t the early announced that members of an israeli intelligence cell had been found and arrested. professor bass, milan e,
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the director of iranian studies at stanford university. he explained who could be behind the assassination the most likely person or a government behind it. i think there is a game of cat and mouse right now, propaganda circles in iran and in israel. but i think all evidence indicates that this level of action and the person that they have pick. and the kind of unique that you get from israel would indicate that they're the ones who are behind it. and i think the purpose is clear, nice tube goals. one is to take the fight to the iranians. they trade in something doing to sell for a couple of years. and secondarily, it, i think they want to disrupt any possibility of the i r g c, p, listed from the terrorist. just every indication i have in the media is that he was
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a major player in syria. his rank is the been a question of concern whether he was a general, some officials that claimed whether it was for colonel zeron in claim, no doubt he was they key in the regimes, actions in syria, in mobilizing forces that in support of us and in fighting isis as well as the traders. israel has bob, the entry of the head of a european union delegation. it was going to review the situation in august bodies, jerusalem, the west bank and gaza. been tar delegation from the european parliament, now been forced a counsellor strip. mont benita heads the ear delegation for relations with palestine. he said no explanation was given to his banning, but he suspects that speaking out against the murder amount. 0 journalist showing a blackened by israeli forces may have played a role time. what we do is monitor the status of
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the situation of the palestinian people under an occupation that has lasted decades . it is the 1st visit since the last great aggression of the israeli regime against the gaza strip. now it's been a year since this aggression. another important element was the recent merger of al jazeera journalist sharina. last week i made a specific request in the last plenary session of parliament with regards to the killing of hearing by israel. we got the majority support from the parliament for the debate. i do not turn out that i got punished for that. we were able to denounced the murder, which is the last one of the 50 journalist murdered since 2000. what israel wants to do is cover up the systematic crimes that carries out against the palestinian population. last year alone, more than $300.00 plus tenure civilians were killed by. it's simply for being on the land. they have not given any explanations as to why they sanction me in my
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capacity as president of the delegation. i think it is a punishment, a tactics action against a complaint. but obviously we're not going to stop doing. israel thinks that by sanctioning us, we are going to stop denouncing the crimes. they are absolutely wrong. i can specifically say that they do not know me is they think i am going to change my position to avoid sanctions. why don't a male? in my opinion, they're obviously not going to investigate emergency or did themselves. she rings, murder is not random. it's not an accident. it's not a stray bullet. when she was outside the shadows, tremendous precision, right or her helmet. and obviously whoever gives the order to kill shooting is not going to investigate the murder al jazeera media network continues to demand a rapid, independent, and transparent investigation into the killing of his journalist and occupied westbank. sharina was shot in the head by his railing forces while she was on a silent and janine early this month,
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on the day of her funeral israeli forces storm the procession and started beating mourners, causing poor barrows to nearly drop her casket. that didn't stop, thousands of palestinians were marching through occupied east jerusalem to take part in her funeral and burial. members of the international community have condemned her killing and calling for an investigation. a barclay was without a 0 for 25 years covering these railey occupation. she was known as the voice of palestine and he's really caught as overturned a police order barring 3 jewish teenagers on the alex mos compound. they were temporarily banned from the holy site after they violated an arrangement since 967, not to pray that palestinian president lockwood bass issued a statement, calling some days ruling a flagrant challenged international law. israel says the court ruling does not change the existing status quo. 6 palestinian men who managed to break out of a prison in northern israel last year had an extra 5 years added to their jail time
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. the group escaped through a tunnel which they dug, using spoons, plates, and parts when all kettle escaped from gilbert prison triggered a massive manhunt by the israeli army, leading to their capture. 2 weeks later, they were already asserting life terms for so called anti israeli attacks. her daughter fathers is the head of the palestinian prisoners club and says the trial was a formality, a coral j, letty lydia. there are 2 rack emilio vis unjust verdict. is an attempt by israel to create a false impression that it's decisions are made through an organized process such as the judicial system infects. the judicial system is a toll for the political and military institutions. and these unjust verdicts will not weaken the will of all the heroes of the freedom tunnel or the will of any prisoner real. let's come here now just here, including ah, bolstering old the lions, his jo biden's in japan for the 1st time. as you as president,
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where live in tokyo and homes abandon fling for their lives, millions across south asia are affected by flood waters sweeping across parts of india and bangladesh. morning ah, the journey has begun the fee for wold copies on its way to the castle book your travel package today. hello, the seasonal rains, really pretty lively across southern parts of china with the moment and there will be further heavy downpours as we go through the next day or so. you can see this massive cloud this where the from that is the a may you front getting a little stretched out as a push it out into the open waters. it's now in the process of eating away from japan. japan last heat royal or the will be some showers just rattling their way across cicada. northern parts of han, she replied as guy come back in by the end of monday,
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25 celsius in tokyo. not too bad hot and dry for sol over the next couple of days. 29, maybe 30 degrees here. similar temperature to into beijing. plenty of warmth and more than parts of china. plenty of dry weather as well. but the wet weather will continue across southern areas joining up with the heavy showers that we have across northern parts in particular of are in though china joining up with the monsoon range, which have really packed up just around me and man, northern parts of thailand and lavish out into the philippines into malaysia. wanted to shout still in place there, across indonesia, plenty a shout across southern parts of india, a lot of wet weather. continuing into the eastern side of the bare, been gone. the monsoon res, pumping some really wet weather into a good part of being mar, noticed some wet weather. she was a less hot weather for northwestern india and pakistan katha, airway official airline of the journey. ah, for 23 years musson has collected objects he finds along the coast. ah
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enough to fill his museum enough to break a guinness world record, armed with a story for every object, he's become an environmental activist, and inspired artists under voice for the plight of countless migrant. ah, might you know, such an al jazeera ah ah, welcome back, a comment about top stories here at this hour. a battle is continuing to rate for the strategically important town of solid darwin, e. some ukraine is part of russia's attempt to consolidate its gains in the east. so long ukraine southern cups. ron's elite military unit,
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the revolutionary god says one of the senior members has been assassinated in the capital terror on a separate development. durand state t. v announced that the members of his railey intelligent cell have been found and arrested. israel has barb. the entry of the head of a european union delegation was going to review the situation and occupied his jerusalem. the west back and 1000. yes, president joe biden is on a 3 day tour to japan after visiting south korea. ah, it's part of his 1st trip to asia as president. he's expected to outline a list of asian economies, will be part of a regional trade agreement, also attend a court summit to that's an informal alliance of the us, japan, india, and australia. i were to rob mcbride, now live in tokyo. rob. this is a visit dominated by regional security and with a focus on china in particular. yeah,
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very much security and china front and center for this trip. it's something that's felt very keenly here in japan, the growing influence, the power assertiveness of china. we see that the east china sea, where japan is locked in an ongoing dispute with china rover territorial claims that japan also looks with some alarm at the growing military mice of china and asking itself whether it should be increasing its relatively small one percent of g . d p that it spends on defense. and so all of these issues are going to be very much disgusted in meetings what you've just started in this palace at behind me here in the center of a tokyo with prime minister casita. the joe biden has already met with the the emperor of japan, that the imperial palace was an audience of the starts of today monday. but this is where the business end of this trip really gets under way, accommodating. the most important part of today will be the launch of this indo pacific economic framework. this is an initiative by the united states working with
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like minded allies and part countries in asia pacific on a range of important strategically important economic initiatives, such as the production of micro processes, microchips setting standards for labor protection. carpet emissions is all away though. i've tried to counter china is growing economic influence here and then tomorrow, tuesday, cause we have our focus. it's back to security when we have this quote, summit of japan, the united states, australia and india, the leaders of those 4 countries beating here. and of course, albany is the new prime minister of australia to discuss ways of trying to counter the growing influence of china militarily on the, on the security front in asia pacific, a move that china was always condemned. it sees it as a way of constraining its natural development in regard to its own backyard. but that meeting we'll go ahead, look at how the militaries of those countries can work strategically collaborate in
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the future. i'd like to run the pride live for stay in tokyo, rob, thank indonesia has started exporting palm oil again after a 3 week band. it was part of an effort to temper sawing prices for cooking oil. prices haven't dropped as much as hoped, but the government says domestic stocks have recovered from a shortage. the band caused fears of world wide shortages. indonesia produces more than 60 percent of the global supply of palm oil. jessica washington is live in jakarta. jessica. so this is ambry ban has now been lifted by the government. what sort of reaction can we expect them? hello, we break it down firstly and look at the global reaction. as you mentioned, denisia is the world's largest producer of palm oil. and so when that export band was announced, rather by surprise, that was concerned about the implications for global food security. the important context to note is that this is happening in the wider context of disruptions to
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production and edible vegetable oils. we have of course, to disruptions and production to sunflower oil in ukraine due to the or the ongoing war, and also disruptions in soybean oil production due to environmental factors such as drought. so there are perhaps a positive reaction in terms of the implications for global food security. that there might be some normalizing of edible oil prices as a result of this decision by into asia. in terms of the domestic reaction, a very positive reaction from palm o. farmers who said that they were rather disproportionately affected by this export band that they felt the bronze of the export them rather than the major corporations that control the palm. oil industry here in terms of the effect for consumers. we've been talking to consumers these past few days, asking them how they are feeling the impact of higher food prices. and for many of them, cooking oil begins stability,
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the in an inability to get cooking oil and then the prices were high, suddenly they were low and it was sold out everywhere. that sort of disruption has really caused a lot of concern for consumers. here they are concerned now that exports are restarting, the government has resumed a domestic market obligation, but they are still concerned what that will mean for them and how much they end up paying for their groceries. are right there, jessica washington, life of the, in the invitation. capital jakarta, jessica, thank you. have you, raymond, flooding up devastated parts of india and bangladesh before the annual monsoon season, under child res, insulate and sent us this report. the lead division of not as bangladesh is prone to flood every monsoon season, but nothing in this scale within last 2 decade, according to the flood forecasting center. the villages we've talked to in this area said they haven't seen flood like this for over 2 decades. at least now you can see some of the houses been inundated with water, at least 500 school run under water. well,
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let's say 1000 villages have been effected thousands of actors fishing land, farming land has been devastated. now the government has set up facilities to sheltering people, at least $300.00 plus them. people are worried if the flesh lead get worse, things could get really challenging for them. what we know from the flood forecasting department is that the rain as received at the water level, is going down to 2 of the major labor. but if the de la from the india not 50 states, a mega land, some keeps coming. and the monsoon rain continues, things could actually get worse and within next few weeks to some africa now where heavy rain and flooding as for hundreds of people to leave their homes along the countries east coast has been some severe damage to buildings in durban, the capital of cars in and it's our province with officials calling for people to remain in their homes. floods are just a month off of the regions. worse floods and landslides and living memory killed more than 400 people. anthem albany,
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he has been sworn in as australia's new prime minister is victory in saturday's election and almost a decade of rule by the conservative coalition, led by former leader scott morrison, albany. he has promised to take a climate change and the rising cost of living and had been down of garden as is steeped in history for years. people have been struggling to make a living that's after algeria closed its border because of political instability and conflict and libya is malik, trainer, explains, the pearl at the desert could soon see a change for the better. deep in the libyan desert lies the city of adamus, the ancient town at its heart is the eunice go world heritage site. the 15000 people here have long traded goods without diarrhea and welcomed its tours. but algiers closed the border after war broke out in libya in 2014. life has become harder. treat largely
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relies on libya's capital tripoli, more than 600 kilometers away, missouri. medina, people of co damage have many challenges. prices a high here with far from big cities like tripoli, watson, all our goods come from there. now. good amas is in the desert and borders algeria and to nisha. but the border without jury has been closed for years. armored is a local journalist. he explains how life has changed nearly milford jani. i will go about when algeria was open, there was a lot of business. we would visit our brothers in algeria. they would visit us when the board at closed. there was an immediate economic recession and we all suffered in april. libby is prime minister abdul hamid de baber visited algeria high on his agenda, opening the border between the 2 countries. people your say that would also open
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opportunities and helpful local economy. the aluminum essay, as we have made numerous efforts to open the border with algeria by putting pressure on our government opening. it wouldn't just benefit adamus, all of libya would benefit you. we have both governments open the border soon. about 7 kilometers from the center of the damis. deep in the desert. this mountain that were standing upon is called the wrath ellwood, which translated means head of the ghost, visible by the naked eye. you can see both the borders of tunisia. and algeria, both countries have said they want to re open the border. but for now, people here can only wait and hope their lives will soon get better. malik, trina al jazeera, the donnas, the 1st u. s. military aircraft carrying 32 tons of baby formula from germany has landed in
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the us state of indiana, and more is on the way america seen a critical shortage to, to for that. recall that the country's leading manufacturer coupled with supply chain problems. the biden administration has mobilized the military and invoke the defense production act. to quickly resolve the crisis, the shipment provides enough formula to take care of 9000 babies and 18000 toddlers for a week. oh, it's about a half a $1000008.00 ounce doses. a formula on that plane about 78000 pounds. bolivian indigenous women have developed an up to fight domestic violence. whenever an s o s button is activated, 3 close contacts of the potential victim are notified. the cheese and danger, it's been downloaded, hundreds of times since november. and me so no fish could jump. lisa where i live, nobody talks about violence. it goes on, noticed it's invisible since women keep us in silence. they're afraid of being
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assaulted again by their husbands with even more violence. plus there's no justice, so there's no place to report these cases. for the week to go before columbia's presidential election, candidates have been holding their final ronnie's opinion. polls just left us to stop at petro frontrunner, he's promising to face out fossil fuels and come to an oil sill accounts for 3rd, a foreign revenue. alexandra petty was at his rally in the capital budget house. question here, if your will be able to win and the 1st round of the elections next sunday, that's what a lot of people here hope because they fear that if indeed the elections go to a 2nd round, then things could become more difficult. for gustavo paper, who has been clear front runner throughout this campaign, now he probably doesn't have the vote to to do that to win in the 1st round. that pretty much all the post molds have him around 40 to 45 percent of the vote. we
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spoke with the strategy is campaign who tell is that their internal polling have him closer to the threshold of the 50 percent. you would need to win outright. what's clear is that this campaign as a mobiles mobilize that a lot of people in columbia that are very excited abs. yeah. yeah. i've, i left the president for the 1st i, a lot of people are looking for a change, especially after the beep. it could all make crisis brought by the damage and the, and the fact that a lot of people are tired out. the fact that this remains one of the most unequal countries in south america. and also one of the most violent one. ah.


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