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side might be repeated down the western side, across border in the philippines, but this is to be expected. this time the year, the monsoon trough is making steady, north was progress. you see the rain on the west coast, but in the northeast, the showers which really are monsoon. charles are getting quite heavy for bangladesh. and as i'm in particular, this whole northeastern area is good. a warning out for the next 48 hours, so of potential flooding once again because of the frequency and heaviness, these showers. ah, ah, this is al jazeera, ah, hello there. i'm julie mcdonald. this is the al jazeera news, our live from london coming up. new evidence to be heard in the 1st of 6 public
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hearings into the january, the 6th capitol hill attack. moscow is accused of holding a short trial as 3 foreign fighters are handed death sentences by a court in the russian back. the next who gin unexplained uranium particles trigger . a dispute that seem un surveillance cameras and monitoring equipment removed from iran's nuclear facilities. and i'm heat assembling dough with your sport. the pga tour suspends plays competing in the controversial saudi backed gulf series . the 1st event is often running headlined by multiple major champions, competing for millions of dollars in prize money. ah. warm welcome to the news are we begin in the united states where in a couple of hours a congressional committee is set to begin public here into the january,
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the 6th capitol hill attack. it's the 1st of 6 public hearings when you evidence will be presented in january last year. supporters of then president donald trump storm the capital encouraged by his false claims the election. he'd lost was stolen, 5 people died during or afterwards. i believe there tonight will be sort of an opening of the narration, the narrative of what happened as an assault on our democracy, on our constitution, on our capital, when our congress, in a very violent way for a specific purpose to undermine the constitution of the united states speakers pelosi select committee on january 6th is unlike any other committee in american history. in fact, it is the most political and least legitimate committee in american history. it is used congressional subpoenas to attack republicans violate due process
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and infringe on the political speech a private citizen. well, reuters it sauce poll has revealed more than half of us republicans believe the false claim that left wing protested lead the u. s. capital ryan, to try to make then the president donald trump look bad. 58 percent a republican said they believe most of the protests were peaceful and law abiding mass despite injuries to more than a 100 police officers on the day. the pol also found almost 2 thirds of republicans believe the 2020 presidential election was stolen from trump. even though judges have dismissed more than 50 lawsuits challenging the election while reviews and audits have found no evidence of widespread fraud. mike, hannah joins a slide from washington, dc. hi, there might some might say this is a historic moment, but i wonder what's going to happen? well, there's going to be
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a lot of new evidence presented according to members of the committee. both spoken evidence as well as video material, which they claim has not been seen before. so certainly there's a massive amount of evidence and details that will be revealed in coming weeks. this of course, is the 1st off what are slated to be 5 public hearings. it will be opened by the chair and the vice chair of the committee, one a democrat, the other republican who will basically outline what the committee has done over the recent months in terms of building up evidence in finding out what exactly happened on january the 6th but this to, into linking as a shreds of evidence happening here. the 1st is the attempts by donald trump to contend or overthrow the results of the 2020 election. that is one strand that the committee's been looking at. the other strand is the sequence of events that led particularly to the attempt to evade the capital prevent the counting of the
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electoral vote. so these 2 events there, it came coincide, it all came together on that particular day. that is what the committee is going to be looking at. now. president biden has been largely silent on the matter prepared for the committee to do its own talking. however, this is what he's had to say. i think through queer flagrant violation constitution. i think british guys, women broke the law charger turn around, result of election, and restoring questions. who's responsible, who's involved? i'm not committed, charge my mappers, want to know, watching movies room, probably a lot of americans are received for the 1st time. some of the detail occur now, one must remembers well that this is a separate investigation from that being conducted by the justice department in
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that more than 800 people have been arrested over 70. you have already been convicted of various crimes and still some convictions have been increased or new. interdict have been laid against certain members. and that is a seditious conspiracy. a very, very serious charge. indeed, what the house committee will be doing is linking together these investigations. it is possible that it can hand over some of its evidence to justice department. but looming over all of this is the activities of donald trump. and the degree to which he was part. all could have been part of a conspiracy to overthrow the government. my camera, they alive with the latest from washington d. c. mike, thanks for the context. a police officer in the u. s. state of michigan has been charged with 2nd degree murder over the fatal shooting of a black man. patrick lawyer was an immigrant from the democratic republic of congo . he was shot in the head in april after officer christopher sure,
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pulled him over to check his vehicle registration for the camera. video of the incident was released 9 days later, sparking widespread protests on it. there's no let up in the battle for the eastern ukrainian city of severe de nance with street fighting and heavy artillery fire. ah, ukrainian official said the battles being waged times to house and national forces of a catastrophic lack of equipment to come to russia's offensive. president vladimir zalinski says the fate of his countries. don bass region, could be decided in severity, dimansky. and as the fighting there intensifies, gave says between 10200 soldiers are being killed every day as the highest estimate made in public. so far, sal staffing has an update from brewery that's on the outskirts of the capital key . heavy fighting in the east of the country most especially around that city of
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sever on etc. now this is one of 2 cities still remaining under rudimentary speaking ukrainian control. the ukranian government, though the ukrainian military now admitting that they under severe pressure on the outskirts of sever than ask we understand that there is heavy shelling in the neighboring city of lucy chance, which is on the other side of a river that separates the 2 cities a river that the russians forces have repeatedly tried and thus far failed to cross . we also understand suddenly, according to ukraine, the ukrainians, they saying up to $12000.00 civilians are still inside silver. the next, we understand though, according to our sources, that the majority of them do not want to leave for various reasons, either loyalty towards russia or fear of leaving their properties behind. we understand that their own going evacuation efforts to try and get as many of those civilians out, but
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a very serious situation around civil done. it's an increasingly to the south as i say, lucy chance. we also understand that russian forces are trying to push up out of towns that they control like proposals that south of lisa chance. we understand that this is an effort by russian forces to come in from the southeast and the north in order to surround ukrainian forces in those 2 towns. as i say, several minutes enlisted chance a lot of heavy fighting in the east today. rushing back to court, indiana has issued death sentences to 2 british men and one moroccan who were captured while fighting for ukraine. they appeared in court in the self proclaimed dynette sc people's republic, which is held by pro russian rebels. all 3 men say they will appeal the sentence to british men, a long serving members of ukraine's armed forces. you, case, foreign minister, has condemned it as a sham judgment and emphasize that they are prisoners of war which are entitled to immunity. coming up on al jazeera, this news
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r. u. s. president joe biden kicks off the summit of the americas with key players either not invited or boycotting the event. how a science foreign minister delivers the findings of an investigation into the killing of al jazeera journalist, sharing abu actually to the international criminal court and in support. boston restore their lead in the n b a finals, as the warriors worry about their biggest star. ah, the head of the international atomic energy agency says iran plans to disconnect 27 surveillance cameras. monitoring its size to ron says it's responding to criticism from the u. n. war show for failing to explain uranium particles at some sites. but the move could also have implications on any new nuclear deal. toria, gayton b has more workers at in a rainy a nuclear site,
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turned off to surveillance cameras on wednesday it ran says it will disconnect more . the equipment is operated by the international atomic energy agency or i. e, a, it's director says hey ran is making a mistake. 27 cameras are being removed. this is, of course, a poses, a serious challenge to our ability to continue working there and to confirm the correctness, or for your answer great number to yet, to rance as it action is in response to criticism from the i. e a, the un nuclear watchdog says around his fail to explain uranium particles at some of its sites. the latest dispute is a setback for those hoping to revive the 2015 nuclear dale. it was designed to limit terrans nuclear ambitions in exchange for sanctions relief. but in may 2018 them president donald trump withdrew the u. s. and began re imposing sanctions only
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ran the following year for may rainy and president hath m re, honie told the remaining signatories his government would reduce its commitments every 60 days until they honored their part of the deal. iran has since limited access to its nuclear sites. they can not expect you wrong. so full collab delivered beyond its commitments, you know, all safeguard related cameras and the commitments are by you ron, are being operated on there on the right. you, ron is not stopping them. iran is only stopping those voluntary measures that they're supposed to be implemented under the nuclear bill. the i. e, a chief has described the situation as tents with negotiations at a low point, and both sides blaming the other for a lack of progress, victoria gate, and be al jazeera, what vigil has been held in london for 2 men missing in the amazon friends, family, and colleagues of british journalist on phillips and indigenous work are bruno
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pereira, held the demonstration. i would cite the brazilian embassy. they're demanding that the brazilian government intensify its search for the man who disappeared on sunday . charlie angela reports the urging brazil to step up the search supported in london, held up images of briana herrera and philip who've been missing since sunday. brazil, and deployed soldiers to search for them on wednesday. and their families fair, precious time, may have been lost on the situation. so to end up being just another disappearance separated by the not unusual we think it's necessary that that journalist should be able to go to places like this. tell the story of the people that without having their life threatening to be the router. pereira is a leading indigenous rights worker and former civil servant. don phillips is
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a british journalist, currently writing a book about the uncontested tribes of the amazon. they were traveling deep into the rain forest to interview indigenous communities about the attack they are coming increasingly under. earlier in the family had a meeting with the brazilian ambassador asking them to intensify the search for the 2 men in amazon rain. for a specifically asking for such team more drink more and more helicopters, they were last seen heading by boat to the town of atlanta. north too, but never arrived. authorities are investigating report that they witnessed armed men threatening and indigenous patrol. one man had been detained, but no arrests had been made. the region is under threat from illegal fishing mining and logging, which is increased under president gyal sonora, who appeared to blame the men for their own disappearance, kills to keep them without the man. we know in the middle of their journey, they met 2 people who had the federal police already detained. they are being
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investigated. but really to people in a boat, in a region like that completely wild. it is not recommended adventure. everything can happen an accident. they might have been executed, everything can happen. charities, say brazil is one of the most dangerous countries in the world for defenders from indigenous communities and the environment. it was spending a lot of time trying to shine the lights on the very difficult, intense situation. and, you know, i think the failure of the brazilian governments to really mobilize adequate resources, fos is helping to perpetuate that cycle of violence. their families, photojournalists, and politicians are putting pressure on brazil's government to do more to increase its search efforts. as a matter of urgency and waste no more time in finding them, charlie angela al jazeera london village vari valley and amazon estate is a vast, sparsely populated wilderness, its own to brazil. second largest indigenous territory, which sits in an isolated area bordering peru and columbia. with little lawn
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foresman tension has been high since the federal government created a protected so the size of portugal in 2001 non indigenous locals were banned from fishing and hunting, leading to shootouts between invaders and officials. when a para headed the local environmental agency there. well, there's also been a surge in gang violence between drug traffickers, warring over the valleys, river ways last year and amazon us murder, searched by 54 percent, 11 indigenous groups live involuntary isolation within the chavarria valley representing the country's biggest concentration of indigenous people. about 6000 in all brazilian law says contact with isolated tribes is only permitted as a last resort to save them from disease. well, anna carolina often ito is a legal advisor at amazon wash and she joins us now from. so paolo in brazil and a very warm welcome to the program. let's just rewind a little bit and start at the beginning. what do we think happened when these 2 men
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went missing? and i was the theory now. i'm so yes, good afternoon. thank you very much. for having me, and what we know so far is that these men, they were traveling since last week, along the java valley, with a team of indigenous peoples that do territorial surveillance in the valley. to day we know that when they were returning to the city outside of the indigenous land, they were, they met with some, some people at a riverine fishing community. after this day, this appeared on sunday. so we recently found out that on friday they had had an encounter with the group that was illegally entering the indigenous land of armed men. and that they were threatened by these are men on friday, 2 days before they disappeared. am i, how would you describe the government's response and, and the way that it's engaged in what's now turned into
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a search operation. and so government response was in many ways mediocre and very ineffective. people who are on site said that it took government 2 days to actually start operations at a significant level. so between sunday and monday and tuesday, it was mostly the indigenous people and partners of nevada who were doing the searches after the international national repercussion on the media. government finally sent forces federal police and the helicopter on wednesday to the, to the site to actually scale up searches. many say this was too little a bit too late. i should also say that the, the reaction of president will sonata and of the national indigenous foundation. very unhappy reaction so, so neither did seem to blame the 2 men for what has occurred. these 2 men were
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engaged in frontline work of territorial protection in the amazon. this was not an adventure, so they were doing their job to monitor and denounce what was happening in this indigenous territory which i should remind us. our federal lands and brazil, which had been abandoned by federal government. so there were there working and what basel nato has says it's, it's an attack on human rights and territorial rights, defenders in brazil. and it's very concerned that this is how government reacts and responds to such a situation that government is also responsible for because these men, they were there working to monitor and denounce illegalities and invasions of indigenous territory. and they were doing this because government was not doing this because indigenous policy has been dismantled over the past years because indigenous land had been abandoned. indigenous groups and the partners have had to
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take on this task on their own. so there was there working towards this mission. so anna, it's also an election year. right. so this kind of provocative language that we're hearing from ballston are a what, what's the, what's the end game, who she's trying to appeal to with his take of the blame game that's appearing around this disappearance. so the president is, is clearly trying to evade his responsibility over what's happening, the chaos, the social and environmental chaos that is happening across the north region of brazil. now at this moment, we have all sorts of illegal markets that are trying to enter and extract resources from indigenous another protected lands. this put in a var, environmental and land defenders at constant risk. it's constant violence that they're under in this is the result of federal policy because a brazil knows how to stop deforestation. we did this into 2000 tents and also not
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dismantled all of this. so what he's trying to do is to avoid the responsibility for what's happening for this violence and for all the other people who are also under threat for the territories that are being systematically destroyed for the land encroachments for the land invasions. so he's his killer, trying to be responsibility, anna carolina, alpha, nito legal advisor at emerson watch. thank you. thank you very much. you as president joe biden says, climate change will be high on the agenda. the summit of the americas is taking place in allay, but the u. s. exclusion of cuba, venezuela and nicaragua, overrides violations, has overshadowed the talks. mexico's president and a number of other leaders are boycotting the 5 day meeting in protest will trades and economic growth is also expected to be discussed as leaders from the americas and the caribbean. meet reynolds explains this week's summit of the americas
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takes place amid continuing global supply chain problems, which president joe biden will address at. the port of los angeles on friday is, is really a spectacular golden opportunity. economic policy analysts say the solution to those problems lies in a concerted effort to shift manufacturing and shipping away from asia to neighbors of the us, the so called friend shoring of supply chains. we could be talking about several millions of jobs that could move into those countries, linked to supply chains. and that would be transformative in those economies. but on linking the existing supply chain would not be easy. will require both the hard infrastructure and soft infrastructure. and what do i mean by soft infrastructure? governments, the policy, the trade policies, with how to align to adopt the new ways of looking at things that relations between the u. s. and countries like mexico, who's president has decided not to attend the summit or tense,
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even if the political good will for more trade integration could be found. the job of building a vast industrial infrastructure and port facilities would take many years and hundreds of billions of dollars. but if friend shoring were realized, it would have benefits far beyond improving the fragile supply chain. it could reduce poverty and migration, curtail criminal gangs and narcotics trafficking, re good jobs, good labor conditions, environmental security. and that means your employ workers who would then be much less inclined to decide they have to get out and migrate united states or join a local drug trafficking. get the time experts say is now companies are already talking, but doing it right there is a serious conversation in the boardroom. how do we a diversified supply chain? hardly make it shorter. so they're much more effective in terms of the cost,
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resiliency and system ability. and america's has a great opportunity to take advantage of this momentum, because if we don't do no one really reconfiguring supply chains could be a potential win win for the us. and it's neighbors, but would require political will and a level of trust that at the moment doesn't seem to exist. well, reynolds is at the summit. ne joins is now. hi there, rob. so what's the focus of the meeting to day in los angeles? well, julie, you know that there are so many things that are on the agenda at this summit and so little time to get them resolved or, or make progress on them. one was one is supply chain as we just heard. and president biden has been talking about that there is health care, strengthening health care and medical systems in a region that was hit so terribly hard during the covered 900 pandemic and
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continues to suffer. ah, and there are, there is also immigration. migration is a dominant issue and we expect to get a declaration on that subject from the summit meeting on friday. but today, president joe biden has spent some of his time on issues of climate change and the environment. the u. s. is leading off a number of initiatives. one of them is a cooperative venture with caribbean island nations to strengthen their infrastructures, which are of course very threatened by rising sea levels and more powerful and more frequent storms and hurricanes. and also to when these countries off their severe dependents on fossil fuels, there's another initiative hemisphere wide to switch away from fossil fuels to more renewable sources of energy when solar, etc. and several major economies,
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including argentina and brazil, or signing onto that as well. and relevant to what you and your guest and charlie angela were just reporting and talking about the julie, the president has also got a anti deforestation initiative, which he is pursuing with some of the countries in, in the amazon region, in an effort to save what's left of the rain forest and that could cause some awkward moments, let's say in the 1st one on one bilateral meter between president biden and a brazilian president j. a year bull snarl of all center. as we've heard, it is in encouraging and pushing for more economic development in the amazon region. so ah, that is one of the focuses of pho side today. we will have more when the 1st plenary session of all the leaders a gets under way, and that's expected just
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a few moments from now. julie robin, else there live that from los angeles. rob, thank you. well, as the summit of the americas, it kicks off thousands of people are making their way towards the us. the migrant caravan is in southern mexico and there are warnings that crowded conditions and extreme heat is creating dangerous conditions for them, especially the children. manuel apollo report, snap from chap. a state ah, a public gymnasium in southern mexico has been temporarily transformed to house thousands of migrants and asylum seekers. it's crowded and many people here are starting to get sick with medics from a humanitarian group. see they're treating hundreds of people every day. but they can't tend to every one north of isn't working and it's not enough. the flow of migrants is constant and it's big. we always need more support, more hands,
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more resources, conditions at the camp are also unsanitary. the risk is especially high for children. observers from unicef. see the situation here is extremely precarious offense. what am bad i gain more to put us on what's happening? you can see there are many people here. money, boys and girls are sick. they have fevers, their bodies covered with insect bites, and the heat is affecting small babies and particular edmonton migrants rights. advocates organized this caravan to coincide with the summit of the americas taking place this week in los angeles, hoping to call attention to the plight of thousands of migrants who have been stuck in southern mexico for months. while most people here seem unaware of the political motivations of the caravans organizers, many or hopeful, the u. s. government will open its doors when they eventually arrive at the u. s. border. hello,
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fame. and hi. you were asking them to help us that to be allowed to pass without so many obstacles without having to spend so many days sleeping on the floor. we would do anything for them to help us. there's rain on the horizon, adding to the worries that more people at the camp could also become ill. the day is coming to an end here in southern mexico and migrants are starting to look for space among the crowd to get some rest. but there are simply too many people here and not enough room to accommodate them all. it looks like many others will be forced to spend another night without a roof over their heads. though hundreds of migrants have broken away from the caravan and continued north on their own, it could be several weeks before this group reaches the us border. organizers have asked them not to grow desperate and leave on their own. adding that there are worse dangers in mexico than getting sick. men will repair, was in the town of weeks in southern mexico. we understand the caravan and manuel
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has no mercy broken up into smaller groups. tell us more about what the situation is like where you are. that's right, julie, the caravan that we began following early on monday. that's that out from the town of a couple of chap. if you're in southern mexico, right near the border with guatemala, we followed that caravan for monday. we were with them on tuesday when they arrived in the town. a week later. you saw from our report moments ago. those are conditions that were quite precarious for many of the people that were staying at that camp. many more actually did spend the night in the rain. it's raining quite heavily again now here in the town, what they were waiting for were transit visa. these are humanitarian be issued by the mexican government that allow migrants to transit really through mexico, on their way north, toward the us border. where we are right now is actually a bus stop. the vast majority of people that we've encountered today have already
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been able to obtain those migrant visas, which is part of the reason that we've seen that larger group that larger care event break up into smaller into smaller crowd. just about everyone that's sitting here behind me at this bus stop is a migrant bath majority of migrants from venezuela. but we've also encountered folks from all across latin america from central america, people from the countries in africa as well. all of them say that their goal is to reach the united states. now, throughout the course of the day, we saw many people grow desperate, not only today, but in the past few days because the care event itself could only go as fast as the slowest members of the group. and again, there were many, many families with young children. there are pregnant women that were members of the caravan. so they were innocent left behind by many other members of the group. several 1000 people have already gone ahead. most of them saying that they would continue their journey north with or without those transit baez's. but again, that,
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that my good care of, and that we were talking about that was, that organizers had set up to coincide with the summit of the americas taking place in los angeles. this week that caravan has all been dissolved at this point. what we're seeing now are small groups of small clusters of migrants that are either walking or in the case where we are now looking for bus passes, to take them to mexico city, the capital of the country, and to the us border from their julie apollo their life from weak slot men will find keep still had on this algae 0 news, our batting, dr. famine and conflicts, somali us who is in a familiar face as president and in sport form a fee for bosses. said latin michel tinney, are back in court to face allegations of fraud. ah
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there's but get quite windy in the british isles, not typical of mid june and not particularly summary. so that's not quite as it should be. however, rather more typical of summer. it's the sun, the storm slow moving ones really from the balkans tend to crease, southern italy and a line that you can follow up through poland to the baltic states or the side is relatively warm. it's fairly much like some, some places it's quite hot. now the sherry rain, the thunderstorms were crossed the boss for us into turkey, said the heavier ones coming ran to the holiday. so i think otherwise, it's of reason we drive pictures, the east and further south troy and quite hot. when you get down through israel and cross to probably northern egypt and iraq as well on that, he's on this line. a latitude is shown in spain, in and in the caea was temperatures that up into the low fourties for seville quarterback. another for example, now ignoring the heat which is obviously ubiquitous in north africa,
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agency. it follows a decision by to ron to remove the equipment in the coming hours. the 1st public hearing will begin by a u. s. congressional committee into the storming of capitol hill, january the 6th 2021. that's when donald trump support has tried to overturn the result of the election and new evidence is going to be presented. yes, president jal biden's as climate change will be high on the agenda. the summit of the americas is taking place in eli several leaders, i boy, causing the summit in protest of the us exclusion cuba, venezuela, and the corolla. when he hopes to work with the latin america and the caribbean countries, so that they're better equipped in the future. i think we can work with you to strengthen the region ability to adapt to climate change, improve collaboration or at a government to government level on great, you know, a lot greater private investment for from around the world and from the united
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states in the atmosphere in in the caribbean. huh. and our new us, kirby, a partnership for to address climate crisis was trying to think i'm gonna help enhance your climate resilience, your energy security, and to me some sustainable development goals. so i think there's an awful lot we can do a carlos gravel reggie door is a political, endless joyce's knife from mexico city. carlos am good to have you with us. how significant in your view is this summit? thank you for having me, julie. it is very significant, it is the most important, our meeting of, ah, hemispheric leaders that there is, it's been taking place in the 19 ninety's. and it is really a forum where hemispheric white decisions can be made. and word differences can be addressed in a productive or constructive manner. ah, that the issue with other countries are getting invited or not has been at the
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center of, of this summit since it's very beginning. cuba. bert diggler has always been a point of contention. so it has been so again, but this is no novelty, this has been happening since the origins of the summit because you know, since the very beginning and particularly in 19 nineties, you know, when the transition to democracy in latin america, we're reaching a peak or within the discrimination, so to speak, between democratic and non democratic governments, has been front and center of the summit ever since. carlos, how can progress be made on some of these ideas? we're thinking of, you know, friend shoring and so on. if not all the voices are in the room and as you say, this has been happening for years and years. was your view on, on whether this can is and can be more of a talking short when it comes to getting those big ideas to actually happen. well, of course, a lot of discussions and decisions can be made without at the actual,
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you know, country leaders getting together in a place. but these of course provides it with, with, you know, with more visibility and, you know, make the commitments more visible. and in a way, more enforceable. during the obama administration, the exclusion was of cuba was reverted as part of the on freezing policies that they'll recommend ministration are implemented regarding cuba, we have, you know, a photo up so to speak of, but i will gastro and barack obama shaking hands, which was very symbolic, but you know, on for that little, under trump years old. oh, said vance mintz, where are eliminated? the united states reverted back to its previous policy. and well, unfortunately, you know, the cube exclusion took place again. nowadays, what we see east, some countries like, well, you know, like mexico or like on doris or like chilly,
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ah, you know, racing, they are voicing protests because of the exclusion this time around of cuba, venezuela and nicaragua. but with different arguments. and i, i think that it does the argument of president dvorak of from chilly, which is more interesting. he says that, you know, he does not condone the lack of democracy or the abuses to human rights in the, in the countries that have been excluded. but that he doesn't believe that exclusion actually works. what he has said is we should take advantage of, you know, in these sort of forums, this sort of meetings to actually engage front the front even to take them to task to make them accountable. instead of, you know, providing them with an easy exit regarding old, all these issues. now, as, as regards to your question, if at bands friends can be made, i think they can. but it, it depends a lot also on the internal politics of, of these countries. in particular, in the case of my gray shirt, which is inertia,
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the absence of mexican president lopez. what other ah no complicates matters because mexico, as we all know is the, is the entry to the southern border of the united states and mexico not calming. you know, i thing has had the effect of shifting a bit. the agenda of the saw me more towards other other pressing issues. so chose a in the climate climate crisis or climate change which, which was with what we heard on the, on the, on the little bit that you played off from by, than speech and call us. and let me ask you that there is an argument that we've heard from other parts of south america, particularly saying latch the u. s. has, has lost its influence over the years. you know, china is now a big player is, is that the reality that part of the reason that people haven't come to the table is that frankly, they don't half day? yes. i, i think that, you know, there is a case to be made that latin america is
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a region that has been abandoned in a way by the united states. and that china has, you know, taken advantage of that void and has come to feel it most latin american countries these days. you know, i'm not, you know, that the number one commercial partner is no longer the united states. but china, mexico is certainly an exception to this, mainly because of the trade agreements that the bay agreement, i'm sorry, that mexico has with the us and canada. buddy faces like chile like argentina, like brazil. china has bait made a very significant inroads. another important thing is that the united states now has, you know, many open fronts on the one hand in europe with a wearing ukraine. on the other hand, with this strategic arrival, with china and with russia, and in another one is his internal front. note that the, the intensity of the antagonism, the polarization between democrats and republicans,
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and these sort of shows that the bretton thread states does not really have a purchase or credit in terms of, you know, he inviting presidents to come and, you know, present in that to make a know that there will be no, you know, no sanctions or no consequences if they don't because in a way america has bigger fish to fry. so i think it's a combination of both of. busy the strength that china, the inroads of china has made into hemisphere, but also of, you know, that the united states in a way has spreading itself to thin. very interesting to talk to carlos, thanks very much for the context. thank you. my pleasure. somali as new president has san shake, mohammed has been inaugurated in the ceremony in the capital, mogadishu, he's taking off his, his somali of faces, it's worse to have in decades and a threat of famine, as well as ongoing conflict with the armed quit. i'll show babb knocking went reports. it's her son. shake her mood 2nd time to be president of somalia,
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the office from 2012 to 20. 17. now he's back again using the great it in a ceremony in the capital market issue. the east african countries facing security challenges from terrorist groups like how sure bob 30 is necessary for us to work closely together to defeat those enemies and save our people. the ceremony took place inside the safety of margaret. this is green zone is one of the few places as fully under the control of the government and the foreign military that supported the army grew voucher. bob controls much of the countryside was in the same room that last month. hassan shake was elected by m p. 's. the general public doesn't get to vote. the election process was violent tent and delayed by more than a year. opponents of hassan shakes prius, s a former president mohammed of de la,
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he from marsh. i accused him of stalling the vote to stay in power to be with you were the leaders and representatives of government from around the region. and beyond that they were glad the transition of power had been peaceful. relations had soured between kenyon, president hurry, kenyatta, and former president formica that governments had a maritime borders dispute linked to offshore oil. deposit security corporation and trades suffered ship moods. now power has changed. hands in mogadishu, and so have the mood you're better than in kenya. i look forward to working with you so that we can all benefit economically and press together on her hands. shake faces major challenges. somalia is suffering its worst drought in decades with many people on the brink of famine. his last government was marred by corruptions candles,
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nobody was prosecuted. the last few years had been tense in somali politics. for now, the new leader seems to be trying to bring feuding factions together. malcolm web al jazeera, the palestinian foreign minister viet malik. he has visited the international criminal court of the hague, where he delivered the findings of an investigation into the killing a veteran journalist should we will actually down to 0. correspond that was shot in the head by israeli forces, while she was on assignment in the occupied westbank, jersey or media network continues to demand a rapid, independent, and transparent investigation into the kitchen. that boston has more now from the hey. it's the 1st visit by the palestinian foreign minister to the new prosecutor of the international criminal court carton con. but the minister has been here many times before, since 2015, that he has been pressuring this court to what he says, stop the impunity by is for out. the very 1st time the minister came here. he was
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accompanied by al jazeera journalist, serene or clay. now, 7 years later, he brings files with evidence of her killing, nearly one month ago, evidence that shows according to the palestinian prosecutor that she was deliberately targeted by an israeli soldier. i also conveyed the hopes and expectations of the policy and people on the policy are victims who look up to the court as the last and only resource for justice and art and art. rightfully so, frustrated with the full skill impunity that israel israeli officials continue to enjoy even when there is an ongoing investigation by the court. will the case of sherry and i will actually ever be here. of course, you know, we have already, you know, delivered the outcome of the investigation that we have done officially, you know, in the state of palestine. he has a requested, you know, a detailed information about the investigation itself. i will,
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you know, pass that request to the leadership to see, you know, how we are going to cooperate with that request in order for us not to give the court an excuse not to investigate or not to deal with this, sir. no, assassination. seriously, after years of judicial debates, the court decided last year that it does have jurisdiction to investigate war crimes committed against the palestinian people. an investigation started immediately, but so far no suspects have been named. the palestinian minister has now invited prosecute a car to visit the palestinian territories, hoping that this will speed up the investigation. world health organization says its latest investigation into the origins of colbert 19 was inconclusive. because data from china is missing, it's another blow to it's year long effort to determine how the pandemic began. the expert panel x,
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the expert panel says available data showed the virus that causes cool with 1900 probably came from animals and likely bats as a similar conclusion to the un agencies work last year following a trip to china. well, experts, the missing data means it's not possible to identify exactly how the virus was transmitted to human. still, head on al jazeera, snooze out. the latest on the controversial new goals series, backed by saudi arabia, that's coming up after the break. ah, casa airway. official air line of the john with
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with mm pool or an official and line of the journey. lou ah,
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peter here with all the days sports, do you speak there? and julie, thank you very much. 17 golf is including former world member ones. and major champions have been suspended by the pga tour for choosing to participate in the controversial saudi bank. gulf series which teed off near london on thursday. some of the big names include pho, mickelson, death, and johnson. and sergio garcia, pga to a place had already been refused permission to play in the 8th tournament competition, which offers more than $255000000.00 in prize money, backed by saudi arabia, sovereign wealth fund, interstate in p j to a commissioner. j monahan said the participation in the l i. v o live golf events is in violation of our tournament regulations. he added, they count them on the same p. j to membership benefits, considerations, opportunities, and platform. 10 of the 17 players suspended had already resigned their membership from the p. j to it,
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but not full nicholson the marquis name to join the live series. the 6 time major champion, believe these added plenty of value to the p. j, and should keep his lifetime exemption. i am going to play all the of the live of that. so to answer your question, i'm with all the participating, all the events. i'm going to play the 8 this year i'm going to play to 10 next year . i can tell you that, you know, i'm excited. i'm excited for this tour. i thought that today was a great day to start and, and that's what i'm going to focus on. like i said, i resign a week and a half ago. so whatever the pigeon to says doesn't, doesn't now, doesn't go with me because because i'm not member, that's unfortunate. i would, i would love, i respect the video to her a lot and i would love to be able to play. i play on it. and i, for that matter, play way wherever you want. the name live is in reference to $54.00 in rome, and that new rules, which is the number of holes in each event. instead of the usual 72 on top of the
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leaderboard of the day, one is for master's champion, show shorten african leave, while one stroke of shooting fall under com, a shot of the day belong to australia's weighed alms be he was unlucky. not to albatross the 13th hole, only 10 of before he a play, a shot and the colony opening round, but i still cheer and club. she just outside london. the chief of paris police admits the actions of his offices ahead of the champions league. final was a failure because fans were harmed and the image of france was damaged. the final was delayed by more than 30 minutes off the riot police force for the hell back people trying to enter the stadium. they sprayed tear gas on fans, including women and children, speaking at a french senate, hearing the police chief also conceited. you may have been wrong to suggest up to 40000 fans, turned up with faked thickets near, you know populous possibilities. roy girl, i am not avoiding more responsibility on we used
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t guests as the only known means to police to make a crowd stepped back without office as charging forward the use of t guests worked her. i'm well aware, this man sprang innocent people who were stuck in the crowd. families also on behalf of the police. i am profoundly sorry about that. the mains, a tv dentist who has announced the major raven, which will increase the amount of prize money on off from next year. the top tier market would expand in size and shape profit $5050.00 would plays indian wells. and miami are already bigger 12 davis with more plays, but now madrid, rome and shanghai will follow suit. and then canada and cincinnati from 2025. the prize money at these expanded tournaments will jump up by 35 percent on the course . the players are preparing for the use 3rd grand slam wimbledon, which starts later this month. the new mid va dave who becomes will member one on
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monday be you'll see me on to reach the quarter finals in the netherlands made, but it won't be at wimbledon. that after the committee, they decided to ban russia players because of the war in ukraine, canada, felix oj aaliyah, thim, who will have no such challenges that the all england club was also a winner on thursday. elsewhere to time wimbledon champion, andy murray had a good dain, stuttgart, the brick b alexander, booklet to reach the quarter finals there. nixa murray is william the 5 stefan oss . at 60 puss, he defeated dominic sticker 6364. it's a to a leading 35th wind for the greek, but it's 1st one on cross since 2019. the boston celtics have restored their advantage in the n. b a finals. they beat the golden state warriors in game 3, edging a step closer to a record 18th championship. david stokes reports tatum, thanks i solution. going to the celtics came roaring back on their home. caught in
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boston. jason tatum came up with 26 points and knowing assist them to ha jaylen brown school, 27 with one of his to point to set up by a full court pass from alford with time boston, it opened up a comfortable 12 point lead, but steph curry help golden state stay in andre corner. oh boy, he scored a game high, 31, but the celtics were able to see at home when he 116 to 110 to take a to one lead in the best of 7 series. if we want to come out here and play the last thing we love the core, we didn't want to say, well, we weren't physical enough and, and he worked out force where he is once again find themselves training in the series. and they were worrying since late in the game, when curry injured his foot,
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the 3 time m. b, a champion was able to play on though, and says he'll be fine for friday's game for in boston, which he describes as a must win a be some pain. but i'll be or figure out who knows amman, you're ready for friday? well, we need him. if we want to win this thing and really he's okay because he or his identity and without him it will be very difficult. boston and now just to winds away from a record 18th championship in history suggests that we have to stop the previous 39 times that a team has taken a to one lead in the finals. that team has gone on to claim the title, 82 percent of the time. they've had folks al jazeera former fee for president sepp platter has denied approving, fraudulent payments to form a you a for president michelle plaza. me both men are on trial in switzerland accused of legally arranging a $2000000.00 transaction back in 2011. they denied any wrongdoing,
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but face up to 5 years in prison. they found guilty. a verdict is expected on july 8th. that's all the sports is journey back to you in london. he said, thank you. you can find much more on our website, plenty of videos and context of al jazeera dot com. that's it for me, julie mcdonald, this is our be back though in just a sec with much more. ah ah and how and why did it become so obsessed? with this law, we were giving them
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