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11 o'clock, this is al jazeera, alive from doha, also coming up. ah, protest, sidney democratic republic of congo over ruined, as alleged support for the arm draped him. 23 along the border class. i'm him, morgan, ill harder to wear processes, are out on the streets, to mark the 3rd anniversary of an attack on a pro democracy and are still demanding justice and for dads, with dozens more injured, following a train derailment in southern germany. so now the united nations is warning that there will be at no winner in ukraine. $100.00 days after russia began its invasion. fighting continues to rage in the east with russian forces close to taking complete control of the don baths. region, heavy fighting is being reported in the center of his effort of de netscape members
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of ukraine's foreign legion of arrived in the city to help push back russian troops . meanwhile, the west is imposing more sanctions on moscow in its latest move, the west has once again targeted assets owned by oligarchs. businessman close to president vladimir putin and criminal officials. the african union chief, meanwhile, is urging putin to keep in mind, food shortages on the continent. as a result of the war, putin has denied blame for the mounting food crisis, affecting several african countries. during his meeting with mackey sell medicaid, the my zip on that, of course i spoke to the european council and i told them yes, there is a war the crisis. but there's also sanction me. we should work together on resolving these 2 problems and make sure that everything concerning food and green supplies is outside the sanction is as robbie has more now from keith. there's 2 ways to look at the math here for resisting russia's intervention in their country. it is
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cost the country of ukraine, 20 percent of its territory on the other side of it is that ukraine, a 100 days later, is still in this fight. now we have to remember that russia was intending to take even a matter of days, and the best experts in the world estimated that after keith though, the rest of ukraine would follow in a matter of weeks, as russia continued to slowly digest ukrainian territory. something has been doing for years, but the fact that the country is still standing isn't it, is in and of itself, a major victory in this conflict. and that is exactly the point that ukraine's president made to mark this day. the leader of the faction is here, the head of the president's office is here. the prime minister, my hall is here. potter lack is here. the president is here. our teams much bigger . the armed forces of ukraine here. most importantly,
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our people are here. the people of our state are here. we've been defending our state for 100 days. victory for laurie to ukraine. strong words there from ukraine's top comedian turned president, turned war time commander in chief and it really mirrors the same things you said 99 days ago. at the start of this invasion at the start of this war, he wanted to make the point that the country's leaders, given the opportunity to leave, have not left the country's leaders are still here and this fight will go on. now there is no se putting a spin on what is happening in the east of the country. russian forces have in the last few weeks for about a month or so, consolidated their forces in the east of the country. they've made tactical retreats from in and around keith and they are now in the east and the war. there is truly devastating, and the horrors of that conflict are being lived by those being taken into russian . the patient is the russian advance continues. but what do you crania in places
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like even those parts of the country that are away from the battlefront, say that life must go on, that life must move forward that there must be something to look forward to what we've seen here in the capital key. there's a return to a kind of normalcy. we've seen businesses reopen. people have been moving back to the city. those that fled in the early days of the conflict. and there are people back out onto the streets. and what you craniums here tell us is they may not be on the front line, but simply returning to a certain kind of normal. that is the antithesis to what vladimir putin, the vision for this country is. and that in and of itself will return, will, will continue, and that will be against russia's aggression. it continued active, ukrainian defiance. a protest has died in sudan during demonstrations, marking the 3rd anniversary, the killing of a 128 people. those death came at a sit in protesting, talk to victims, families and survivors still demanding justice socially attacked by security forces in 2001, 900. the group of protest as was demonstrating against the power sharing agreements
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between the military, council and civilian figures. let's hear from him. morgan, who's with protest in cartoon. some of them have gathered here in the southern parts of the capital. others have gathered in the twin city of under man and in the city of hard to north. now here we were able to hear the sound of live ammunitions coming from the southern side of the protest. that's where those people that you can see at the distance are they have been burning tires. there has been tear gas, it has been fired. but we've also heard live ammunition, and we've seen people who have been injured by at what looks like skirmishes between the protestors and security forces on the southern end. injured people being driven on motor bikes to the hospital to receive medical attention. we also know that at least one protester have been shot, has been shot in the chest and has died from the a gunshot injury he sustained. now processes are demanding just as not just for the people who have been killed in the deadly attack on the sitting in front of the
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army headquarters. but they're also demanding justice for the protest. those who have been killed since the military took over power last october. and now with today's death, that number is nearing a 100 exactly 99 protesters have been killed in anti military protests. and the people who are here and in other various other process locations around the capital in other cities are saying that they want the military to be removed from power. and they want to see justice and accountability being served or opposition groups and democratic republic of congo. a calling for the government to cut diplomatic ties with rwanda. protests was inconclusive to say that rwanda is behind a recent series of attacks by the m 23 rebel group. for rwanda denies any involvement, mark and web has this. oh, allison's marched on the streets of kinshasa, the capital of democratic republic of congo, protesting against what they say is ruined and military aggression in the east of the country. people here say rwandan, president pool cook army was behind
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a recent series of attacks by the rebel group m 23. again, marcia way were protesting because of what paul cook gama has been doing in our country for decades. now. today we are saying enough is enough for this must about god. the diplomatic relations between our country and wonder should stop in our ambassador and wander needs to come home. tens of thousands of people fled their homes because of the fighting. the attack has occupied several towns and villages. congos army took some of them back. some people have since returned home. me nearly came via i fled and spent 4 days in a comfort, displaced people near gama. but when i returned to my house, it was already looted rundown, so just came with trucks and looted several houses, including main congos army has struggled to contain the attacks which started in november. rwanda's government denies being involved on the scene. for me, they will not be any issue if any force prevented me,
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you know, pretty this off. so again, both rwanda and uganda have been accused of meddling and looting minerals in eastern congo ever since they invaded in the 1990 s. 10 years ago. you and investigators said rwanda supported and commanded m 23. when it took control of much of the north keeping province, that time congos army defeated them and pushed them over the borders with reminder and uganda with international military support. oh wow. that's what the protesters won't congress me to do. again, the international community is cooling for peace talks that people here and many conga leaves say they shouldn't have to make a deal with what they see as foreign invaders. malcolm web al jazeera, at least 4 people have been killed and dozens of others injured. following a trained enrollment in southern germany, the regional train came off tracks near
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a bavarian alpine result time. dominic caden has more valid. the police have revised down the total number of casualties that or suffered in this incident. it's now 30 people have been injured to varying degrees. we know that 4 people were killed in this incident. 15 of the 30 have been wounded sufficiently to have need to be taken to hospital. they have been taken to hospital. now the police at emergency services starting to to turn their attention towards investigating what caused this incident. what we know is that a regional train was traveling from the alpine ski resort of garbage patton care can in the direction of munich when it d rails on a bend in the line, close to the settlement of borg heine. it's this stretch of the line is parallel to the river laser and there is a band there. so far, at least no calls has been communication publicly for what happens. but clearly
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attention will focus on how it could be that no other vehicle, no other rail vehicle was involved in this incident and the weather conditions at the time of the incident as 4 hours ago now we're clements were blue skies. there was no obvious reason from a weather perspective, why this incident would take place. so to recap, for dead 15, severely injured, 30 injured, totally, and investigations on our underway. out 0 media network continues to demand a rapid, independent and transparent investigation into the killing of its jealous in the occupied westbank. sharina eichler was shot in the head by israeli forces while she was on assignment and jeanine. on the day of her funeral is ready forces storm. the procession started beating. mourners, causing pull bears to almost drop her casket. that didn't stop thousands of palestinians from marching through occupied his troops. them to take part in her funeral and burial. members of the international community have condemned her
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killing and continued to call for an investigation. i will likely was without a jury for 25 years, covering the story of the israeli occupation. she was known as the voice of palestine. fled here in our desert, struggling to survive in sri lanka, rising prices mean essential supplies, including food, beyond the reach of many plus i'm allan fisher at the u. s. supreme court in washington, where it's reputation as an independent arbiter of u. s. laws is now very much in question. ah, the journey has begun. the fee for world cup is on its way to catherine book, your travel package today. now every day the focus is heavy, rain changes in southeast asia, and i think the upcoming focus is going to be where you don't see much cloud now.
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so this is it. then for saturday, salloway see probably the southern philippines and west popular osh hours, elsewhere. and the city in obvious land goes up through sumatra, lynch, demolition in the western side of being born. in fact, this part of south east asia, the mainland part is going to be particularly wet. i think in the next day or so. cambodia is a focus, said he wanted to raise a sociable at that, but other sundry or overcast with rain for next year. it's not that unusual. that is the season for rain and it's expanding in china to from the south across the yangtze, further north. then you got this norton system which when it went across the middle of honshu, produce from pretty vicious thunderstorm. that should be an improvement on saturday . but the rain is still there are more widespread than of late. that gets heavy to shanghai, then southern or south korea and the southern part of japan leaving a breezy time in beijing with attempted eventually coming down the monsoon is officially reached, go off, but it's not really doing very much. to be honest, the heavier shall probably in the northeast. again, a warning you now sam,
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of heavy rain in the northern plane of india, the wind is up, is not as hot, but it's still gusty and dusty official airline of the journey. dory, that determination. enjoy a 1000 kito gena do a really a short documentary by african filmmakers from miley wanda and cameron desert library, the young cyclist and happy africa direct on al jazeera. ah ah,
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are you watching out the 01 about top stories? issa and fighting is still raging in east and ukraine, but the u. n. has warned, there will be no winners. russian forces are close to taking complete control of don bus region, members of ukraine's foreign legion. i've arrived in the city of fur de nets to help pushed back russian troops. at least one person has been killed in sedans, capital, where thousands of marquis the 3rd anniversary of the killing of a 128 people at a sit in protest victims families. survivors is still demanding justice after the attack by security forces in 2019 opposition groups in a democratic republic of congo, calling to the government to cut diplomatic ties with rwanda. there protesting against ruined as a ledge support for the armed rebel group. m 23, which god fed 9 years president joe biden has hailed the creation of an extra
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390000 jobs by u. s. employees in may biden praise what he called a near historic low level of unemployment. at 3.6 percent. the increase in jobs comes amid ongoing concern about high inflation and interest rates. our white house correspondent, kimberly hallett as more from washington. this biden administration is celebrating what they see as proof that the president's policies are working for many weeks. now the white house has been saying that trust us low and middle income americans who are really feeling the pinch as result of inflation and also just really struggling saying that their wages are not keeping up with some of these high prices. that much of this is really just a bump. this is transitory. and they say that this is proof that what they've been saying is finally starting to turn. but again, this is just one piece of a much bigger puzzle. there is more economic david to come there will be fresh
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numbers in the consumer price index that will becoming a week from now. and there is that sense that we will get a clearer picture. but certainly this is a white house that is saying, our policies are working, trust us, and this is certainly an encouraging sign. a u. s. media says president biden is to visit saudi arabia later this month. this comes off to read, agreed to increase oil production on thursday, and extended a truce and walk back to the yemen in february biden's sense of delegation there for talks on boosting output as fuel prices begun, soaring in the united states. the u. s. supreme court will issue a series of verdicts in the next month on contentious and challenging cases. the most closely watch will be a decision on a woman's right to abortion. an unprecedented link suggest the court maybe about to take away the constitutional right to an abortion. and it would be a decision going against prevailing public opinion as adam fisher reports now from
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washington, d. c. o, it's sport to test across the country. an unprecedented leak of a draft opinion showing 5 of the 9 justices on the u. s. supreme court would overturn roe vs wade a controversial landmark 1973 decision which guaranteed the constitutional right to an abortion. the league itself is a little shocking just in terms of how the supreme court operates. it's really only happened a tiny handful of times in history. the sometimes of the lee is, of course, in some sense, even more shocking, because it shows that the court intense till overturned about 50 years of precedent on abortion. in the united states, former president donald trumpet 3 of the justices on the court. all 3 conservatives, all 3 implied during the confirmation hearings that roe vs wade was settled. law is
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a president of the united states supreme court. and one of the important things to keep in mind about roe v wade is that it has been reaffirmed many times over the past 45 years. i have an agenda to stick to the rule of law and decide cases as they come. the idea, the court would scrap the protection, has left some who voted to confirm the justices struggling for answers. i will just tell you that it it rocks my confidence in the court, right? 3 and 5, american support, abortion rights. and you posted yes. even the idea of scrapping those protections i set the court's once high approval rating. the court has in the past ruled in an unpopular way when they band prayer in schools for example, or where they extended the right to an attorney for a criminal defendant. so it's not that the court has never been willing to go
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against public opinion, but in this case, they're taking an issue that seemed sort of saddled for the last 50 years. some justices have expressed the concern at the damage a leak can do and an investigation is underway. but what may do more damage is an unpopular decision. and while there are some who will welcome the direction, the court seems to be moving it. it's image could take a beating in the court of us public opinion. alan fisher al jazeera, at the supreme court in washington. the u. n. 's food and agriculture organization says world food prices fell slightly for the 2nd consecutive month. un agencies, food price index, it dipped to point 6 percent from april to may is the prices of dairy products and vegetable oils dropped. despite that decrease food commodities are still 22.8 percent more expensive than they were a year ago. when prices are on the rise. they climbed 5.6 percent a may compared to the previous month. and of course, the war in ukraine is driving the increase reduce sweet production in the country
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has spot fears with global hunger crisis. many people shall anchor, have been forced to go hungry as price is there, an unemployment saw and essentials are in short supply. the economic crisis is the countries were since its independence from britain in 1948, when l fernandez as this helping put food on the table. community kitchens like this are starting up a round chill anchor. as people struggle with its worst economic crisis in more than 70 years, food inflation has hit nearly 60 percent, and many people are finding it difficult to corp. most of these community who are coming to near or been coming out riding me through me. so we are giving them the responsibility of survival on meal and we're thing like movies or do with one me, but a good healthy me. few now get to eat this. well, i'm out at the meal. i am, it's very difficult. we rarely get food like this. only my husband is working, but what he earned for a day is not enough to feed the 3 of us. now. tax cuts 3 years ago,
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slash government revenue by more than $2000000000.00. the tourism industry was then damaged by the east, the bombings and the pandemic. now there is no money to import fuel medicine, cooking gas or food right now. but for the, our, me and porkers, us, our food bags on carbon picketers and again, long to medium to a community gardens and home gardens because we can do rations. but it's for the short term, the government is appealing for help. we urgently required the assistance of our friends in the international community to ensure that our immediate needs, in terms of the importation of essential medicine, food supply and qual, army in the and china have sent food and medicine in recent days. the opposition says the government as we can, the economy through populace policies and mismanagement
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o. a nationwide campaign deb go to go home, has been running for 2 months, calling on the president to resign. the government is seeking a loan package from the international monetary fund, or i am if critics say, to take too long, even if agreed and people need action. now, tens of thousands of for long pins are going hungry amid the countries was thick and ami prices. indic heads community kittens like this can only feed a fraction of them. michelle, fernandez or 0, colombo inflation in zimbabwe has climbed above 100 percent for the 1st time since last june. and now stands at a 131.7 percent. the levels of hyperinflation are hurtling the local manufacturing industry, and there are concerns that could lead to job losses. hermits as reports are from hoary running a business in zimbabwe is tough. the constant uncertainty over the fall. a 1000
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bobby dollar doesn't help. to make matters worse, banks so recently ordered to stop lending with immediate effect. the central bank temporary freezer loans, aim to contain inflation and stabilize economy. entrepreneurs such as wander manuals or panic, his business supplies mining pots. so i can get an order from the mine is to be picked to be for me to do to handle myself. so i go to the bank and get is what of course of the loan. i do the service i do the job. i have faith milan, so the don't get my business one, but we had to use it to, to us. it was is, is it a big disaster? was we can't do it on the there's a few days later, the decision to stop lending was reversed and things went back to normal. but some economists say the damage was already done and dealt another blow to the mob is image internationally. the you expect more of this or is it on the elections? so in the one who is thinking of zimbabwe to lend money,
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we have to think twice. so men we did in the global found on your system as a contract until after the elections of 2023 in july, bobby, and struggling to cope with high inflation are used to sudden announcements from the central bank. they know whenever there's a change in economic policy or banking rules, they can expect more how times many people here don't have faith in the isn't bobby and darla because of as a rapid d valuation. they prefer american dollars either to hold on to a security or spend on business transactions, but inflation keeps rising and that's led to a big increase in prices are basically to help consumers cope with the high cost of living. the government is allowing people to import goods such as cooking oil and sugar tax free, but that's expected to affect the local manufacturing industry and lead to more job losses. the corporate 19 pandemic, and the war in ukraine is hurting economies worldwide. but maybe in some bobby's
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case, policy inconsistencies could also be to blame harder. mater altura had an around 20 percent of libyans don't have a job among those who are employed more than 2000000 worked for the state. and while most private sector companies tend to hire foreigners for skilled roles, the government is trying to change that alex trainer reports now from tripoli. they've been training for months, learning how to build playground equipment to international standards. it's part of a program sponsored by the ministry of labor, nearly 30 percent of libya, 6800000 people are employed by the state. but the government is looking to save money by encouraging young adults to seek work in the private sector. them are no longer hostility. salaries in the private sector, a much higher than government jobs. but the certificate i have a better chance to find work. what about shabby, any mahmoud and full tacy? as the economic and social development board, he says libya depends on oil exports for nearly all of its state revenue. for years
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of conflict have seen oil exports blockaded by armed groups. several times lakin and a lamp. identity of him is a government long term strategic plan is to diversify and encourage the private sector. we're starting to change our economic policies to enhance the relationship between the public and the private sector. seeing young libyans learning skills and taking on jobs in various fields in the service market, it's a positive sign. we want them to stop depending on the state. although there aren't any proper statistics. the ministry of labor estimates the official unemployment rate and libya to be around 20 percent for the higher among young people. growth in small and medium businesses, such as lisa has helped create job opportunities. every morning young workers at this bakery rushed to fill their orders, supplying coffee shops and restaurants around tripoli, with sweets and deserts hub,
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didn't more hayman elma thought. he says he hopes to open his own bakery one day. one of i was looking for a government job, but learning his skill and joining the private sector was the best decision i ever made, that now i can get a job anywhere i want. i get paid on time and thanks to god, i'm paid a good celery in previous years, jobs like these were taken by foreign workers, but many have left because of the instability. for some young people such as ogden will haman. that's help them find a career in the unlikely places. mal trina, al jazeera, chablis, teslas c, o is called for a world wide hiring freeze. yellow mask is warned. the electric car maker needs to cut staff by 10 percent in an internal email must says he has a bad feeling about the economy. fessler has around a $100000.00 staff globally. queen elizabeth does not attend to the church service of thanksgiving in her honor. it's part of the platinum jubilee celebrations by him . palate says in 96 year old experienced discomfort during events on thursday. and
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friday ceremony was held at saint paul's cathedral in london. and his part of 4 days of festivities underway across the u. k. to market 70 of rain where we challenged is falling of elements in london. the palace said to that decision to keep her back at buckingham palace to watch the service unfold on television, was taken with great reluctance, but they just had to do it. prince charles deputized for taking her place, especially. i think it makes it clear really doesn't it, that the palace is really trying to pace this long weekend set of rations for the queen. make sure that she has the energy to see it through. she's a frail, 96 year old woman and over the last year or so, her health has not been particularly good. they've been several spells and hospitals. they just want to make sure that it's not all too much for her as to how
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the rest of this church service unfold, as well as the highlights of perhaps, but the bullying of boris johnson. when he arrived with his wife carry outside the church, the cathedral steps and walked up there which is as well. but i think if a country are sick jubilee crowd booth, the prime minister that does suggest client how bad things are politically for him at the moment. and the organization for economic cooperation and development says global plastic waste and uses on trying to triple over the next study at yes. very cd report estimate. so dave, at 1200000000 tons of fossil fuel base. plastics will be produced every year by 2060 plus we wasted in spite succeed. 1000000 tons, a placid pollution estimated to kill more than a 1000000 sea birds annually. never 100000 marine mammals ah.


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