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rawlings, nationwide gun control americans out on the street. so what's been called march for all live the collinsville rama what you all there like my headquarters here in the whole. so coming up iran and venezuela on a 20 year agreement to strengthen their relations as they faced us sanctions also demanding justice bush readable, actually want them since israeli full to shot and killed the algae, 0 journalist, and going green. how bio gas is helping from diversify its energy output. ah, welcome to the bug people across the united states, a gathering to march. as part of a renewed push for gotten control. it follows a series of mass shootings including attacks at a primary school in texas. and
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a supermarket in buffalo, new york, last month. the rallies were organized by the barge for our lives movement. it was founded in 2018 after school shooting in florida. let's join mike can, who's like for us in washington d. c. it does seem that the crowds are out to the atmosphere quite friendly, like it's indeed so the numbers are way down going to similar been 2 years ago, but this is possibly because of the rain and also a competing annual pride parade that's taking place. but though the numbers are somewhat low at the moment, the passions are exceedingly high. everywhere around the stage behind me, there are photos of people who being killed in the ramp and gun violence within the united states. people walking round with posters, but what is very marketable here is the fact that politicians are being held accountable everywhere. one looks, there are positive posters calling on politicians to institute meaningful gun
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legislation. and that to something that has not happened yet. and it's certainly something that the crowd hit and in other cities across the united states are pressing to achieve. they need new legislation more restrictive legislation as a way to attempt to stop this ongoing ramping gun violence within the united states . of course, everybody that has a reason to be that was you say, you know someone to take politicians to task. others have other reasons they might be the victim of crime. will have friends who have victims of crime. for those people that you've managed to speak to, what sort of reasons are they giving for coming out the way that they have today? well, one of the people we spoke to last step brother in gun related incident number of years ago. he's one of the organizes of the event and he summed up the principal aims of what is happening. firstly, it is to remember those thousands of americans who lost their lives in gun violence
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over the midst of death that has increased over the past year. but also he makes very clear as well that it is only the politicians who can change this. but what is in the hands of the people is the boat. and politicians do not do what those want. then they should be punished at the next election that the mid term elections in november, according to this particular organizer. that's a common theme that we hear, that congress has a responsibility that it is not taking up. there has been legislation passed in the house, but that is unlikely to go through the senate and become law because of republican opposition in the senate. and the focus here is on those republican congress, people who are reluctant or refused to institute any meaningful gun reform. and the opinion is, most, most people here believe is that unless this happens, the death in the country, schools, the deaths in the countries churches that did on street corners are going to
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continue my kind of in washington d. c. thank you. okay, bro, is on day was i to rally in buffalo where we're going with open 5 to grocery store last month, killing 10 people. there are several 100 people here in buffalo right now. you might be able to see them behind me, where they've gathered in a little park. that's right across the street from the tops supermarket. we're just about a month ago, a racist gunman, shot and killed 10 african americans here. a crime that has shocked the nation and shocked this city of buffalo, new york. and so they're out marching to day to call for better gun safety and saying enough is enough and they want their voice is heard. and we want to speak to someone who is out here, i having their voice her today. i'm gonna bring in liz. bosley. right, liz, you're a buffalo resident. thank you for joining us. or you're here as part of the march
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for our lives, a event calling for better gun safety in america. this tell me why is it so important for you to be here today? is important for me to be here today because we're losing too many about children out here in the streets. and oh, so i'm a victim of this young man. he's my son that has gotten shot, his peer alive. but he did just stripping of like his man, her, you know, and i'm out here, ask him for justice. we want justice. we were a child to these people getting killed and getting away when your son was shot, a victim of gun violence. yeah. when was that? an 2018 and he survived, but you said he's paralyzed. yes, he's paralyzed from the waist. thou all because a gun violence are because a gun violence i don't mean to cry beat that i'm a strong woman, but it hurts the even talk about it because my son was innocent. he was an innocent
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young man coming out. so i'm mahoney and i'm tired enough is enough. you know, these protests are taking place in several cities across sit on demand, to return to civilian rule security forces fine. take us in talk to him after demonstrated fabricated streets with betting ties and stones. unofficial tool seem to ending sedans long standing political deadlock began a few days ago, but the country's main pro democracy alliance is boycotting level protests will be held in india. after a former spokesman for the ruling b trip, he was accused of making offensive comments about the prophet mohammed. there's been violence with some protests that invited property as they demanded the arrest of nipple sharma on friday to protest as were killed. and $130.00 arrested during major demonstrations rallies were also held across neighboring countries like buckets on bug with us, and also indonesia. police in the indian say that was
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a pradesh, responding to violence during the recent protest find demolishing the properties of several muslims who participated in demonstrations. they say that housing and legal buildings linked to those involved dozens of people have been arrested. iran and venezuela have signed a 20th corporation agreement during president nicholas the doris trip to to wrong. the deal means what together in areas including oil, petrochemical, tourism, and culture. the 2 countries have expanded their relationship even as they face us . sanctions between k b reports, venezuela's, president nicholas maduro and iran's president abraham racy, meet in tay ran and agree on a 20 year co operation. deals were lava. oh matter with this government co operation has taken place in the fields of energy, economy, science, agriculture, and defense girls. the signing of this agreement is another step in expanding relations in the coming years. venezuela's close ties with the ran date back to its
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former president hugo chavez. but under missouri, the to opec members have become closer since both was sanctioned by the united states. by massy handle, we will be witnesses in the coming years. our countries will confront the difficulties they face and create a new world. the youth in venezuela, the youth in iran, must know that the world of the future will be a just world without imperialism. iran already supplies venezuela with crude oil and provides technical support to its oil industry. but analysts say missouri's trip is also about solidarity. i do think that it is significant that the 2 countries are trying to join up against american pressure arm, and we have to remember that they're not alone. we also have countries such as russia and china at the same time. however, we have to remember that all of these 4 countries they have different grievances when it comes to the americans. missouri's trip to iran coincides with the summit
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of the americas, that taking place in los angeles. washington didn't invite him to the high level meeting. speaking at the summit, u. s. secretary of state anthony blank and said then as well as president should resume talks with the countries opposition. in our judgment then as well and lead negotiations between the majority and the detroit platform are the best path that we can see are to trying to restore to venezuelan some a democracy that they clearly deserve and clearly want. it's a call that's almost certain to be ignored. instead he ran and venezuela united against a common enemy appear closer than ever. victoria gate and be al jazeera of ritual has been held in the occupies westbank to mark one months since general assuring. i will act. i was shot by his ready forces. while on assignment al jazeera media network continues to demand a rapid independence in transparent investigation into killing a barclay was without reserve for 25 years,
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covering the story of the israeli occupation. she was known as the daughter of palestine, and as among con, report from room allan, she has been honored and remembered in more ways than 11 months from the killing of out is there a german, the sharina barkley and coles were an investigation into her death continue to be ignored by the israelis the us state department has said it once an open independent israeli investigation. despite the fact sharina was an american citizen . 7 but investigation or not, it hasn't dim the impact above she was born hours after sri and r block lay was killed by israeli soldiers after screens death. there was never any damage. what her parents wanted to kill than me, born during abu acclaim. ron was born at mid day on may. the 11th let the hood and they can sit in a wallclear, we called her should in a block lay, in order to honor her. i was in the hospital the night before,
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before i entered the operation room, my husband told me she had been killed and he wanted to call our daughter at at, and i was shocked and saturate him. what's going on? we were going to call our baby elma, but we didn't hesitate to change the name at 2 weeks old, she's already seen israeli settlers attack a village while she won't remember this attack is likely she will see many incursions like this in her life. the kind of witness that sharina journalist would seek out and report on what time. and she was doing just that in jeanine when she was shot in the head on may 11th by israeli soldiers. ah, on the day the funeral israeli falls and storm the procession. and started to beat mourners, causing pul barrison every drop her casket that didn't stop thousands of palestinians were marching through occupied east jerusalem to take part in a funeral and bearing. ah, this is present university, the most prestigious educational institution in palestine. this is where sharin
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helped the next generation of journalists, her losses at the campus. hard. the university has announced a number of ways to honor and remember her, including the sharing of walkley scholarship. one of the best female journalist should it is an example that needs to remain a life for the students in order to continue learning from and is inspiring from from garza to the occupied westbank across palestine. shrines killing is not only shocked to be united palestinians here and abroad in grief. this is sharina, blah blaze office is now a temporary shrine to her. almost every day people are coming into this office with floral arrangements. and some i have to say very touching artwork, but this isn't about her being a journalist, this is much more than that. there's a now common saying about sharina barkley that she was a daughter of palestine. america. how does her romal still had hail and al jazeera
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washing to the jesus, china of aggressive plans in the indo pacific region, further racing tensions between the world's 2 biggest economies. and crating change for future generations. how a small community in columbia is doing what it can to save the amazon rain forest, their stories after the break the journey has begun. the fee for world copies on its way to a cat. whoop, your travel package today. now the heavy rain comes through in pulses, this seasonal rain, the last pulse which you see here is just drifting away from japan from hong shoot produced flooding when it was in china. we're on sunday now and there is still rain . he's just not quite as intense as it was. there's also a fair amount to renew and also shine a bit more. i think you might expect at this time of year,
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but it's there all the same than the next pulse develop. so they will be more significant flooding in some parts of southern china during monday that slide had up to was q. she, maybe she cocoa, i suspect by the end of monday or early tuesday. the monsoon trough has jumped a long way north was by the look of it officially still around the back go. but the rain is showing itself in my roster and beyond that good, you're at even heading towards roger. stand that typically it's still dry, further north than that, and the big showers in the northeast are coming down just a little bit. now where it's hot and dry and dusty includes pakistan that winds picked up the dusts. but also you notice we've been injecting more moisture so the chance of the old pre monsoon sharon, the middle of southern pakistan, middle east and picture is fairly typical. it's hot is fairly windy particular down through the gulf. and the dust is very obviously in the air, official airline of the journey gutter,
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one of the fastest growing nations in the world. ronnie cut needed to open and to develop international shipping company to become a key, middle east, and trade and money skillfully. now 3 key areas of development of filling up from connecting the world, connecting the future. wanted cato cutters, gateway to world trade. ah, the book about what's out there with me. so robin, the reminder of our top stories protests are being held across the united states.
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as part of a renewed push for gun control, the march pro life follows a series of my shootings, including a primary school in texas for protests that were held in india to the former spokesman of the ruling v trip. he was accused of making offensive comments about the prophet muhammad. some people have been buildings and also of the pl sharma demanding rest. a vigilance being held in the occupied westbank tomorrow. one month, the journal assuring actually was shot by it's ready for his whilst on assignment to their media network continues to demand a rapid, independent, and transparent investigation into her killing. luis marina ocampo is the 1st prosecutor of the international criminal court from 2003 to 2012. i have called on journalists to start their own investigation into sharina, killing. we need to understand who shoot, what because that's a critical caught the intention of the should that the he or she loan is choosing
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attraction. is it that the crucial thing now? and interestingly that you find that issue that i, that could be done by journalists could be done not just by the time. so my suggestion is, the only way to stop there was an i c, c, mitigation it to come back and either way or not. so when i know they say yes and they say no, but now because that has the case it way to put pressure on them is to clarify who i was, a shooter and they ok this. so this car isn't what they got a few instructions. what does it putting the release in it? should a challenge has to investigate it shouldn't mitigate another. let me give you another
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lease option because legally they options are israel. i see last. yeah, america us not up because i just cedar or the family of oshea. we could do a similar case in the u. s. and therefore as evil mation using the josh in the us. that's a new avenue. they are a secretary of defense as well. and the taiwan is facing increasing intimidation and aggression from beijing, addressing a regional security conference load austin pledged to defend us interests. jessica washington reports not from st. paul as maria, diplomatic activity, as the u. s. c. to emphasize, if commitment to the security of the asia pacific, no region will do more to 2nd trajectory of the 21st century. when those were the
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defense secretary lloyd austin, how talks with several he is from asian countries during his visit to singapore, including his chinese counterpart general way from ha at what's called the shingler dialogue. austin told delegates chinese military activity around taiwan is a threat to the region and we remain focused on maintaining push stability and the status quo across across to taiwan strait. but the p. r c's moves, threatened to undermine security and stability and prosperity in the endo passivity . we've seen allies, analysts say the defense chief speech underscored major differences between the rest and china liber club casting motion a lot about the size no order, especially the movies. all there is in for the chinese, the question is who's rules and who's order more than a dozen defense chiefs from around the world or in singapore for the security summit that's considered the most important in asia with regional stability on the
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agenda. defense chief stepped up to shed bar vision for the asia pacific while lloyd austin speech was the main event day of the speeches also called the attention of attendees. managing, including one by indonesia, its defense chief pebbles to be unto. we have come to our own the ation way off resolving these challenges. whereas in was how you like them as a very much because it goes, you lie where the chinese positions at asia is ation facia, to be unto told, al jazeera, his country, and many others don't want to take sides. the united states health help us many, many times in our, in our own critical moments. but china, also, china's also help us join as also defendant,
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as thank you very much for officials from the 5 power defense arrangements packed, also met on the summit side lines. the defense ministers of malaysia, singapore new zealand, australia, and okay. say the historic pact has modern relevance in the face of tensions in the region. a world where either pre complex strategic challenges, china's defense minister will address the summit on sunday in a speech that's expected to outline the chinks vision for meeting those challenges . jessica washington out to sierra singapore. the european commission president. so she expects to finalize the assessment of ukraine's of quest to join the you by the end of next week. and it's lavonne de leon made the comments and key when she met with the ukranian, president rodman savanski. it's her 2nd visit to the capital since russia invaded ukraine in february. the pass is known. it is a merit based path forward. it is a path where i must say,
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i highly appreciate the enormous efforts and the determination of ukraine in this process. the people of ukraine have proven incredible strength and motivation and stamina. so i am deeply convinced that we will, together, you will overcome this horrible, atrocious warm we will, and you will rebuild this beautiful country and modernize your claim. now the average price of petrol in the u. s. is it more than $5.00 a gallon the highest since 2008? prices are well above that average and some other states with fuel in california having $6.43 a gallon. americans are facing the countries highest inflation rate in 40 years. the hundreds of oil industry workers demanding full time jobs blocked the highway between iraq's capital baghdad and the city of foster. yeah.
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most of the demonstrators, a daily wage workers who were recently laid off, they say they were promised full time jobs by the government. well, thing in iraq, a conference is being held to discuss the role and integration of iraqi women in his science. he, many, early marriage and women's education are also on the agenda. the conference in baghdad was organized by the government and the united nations moved up to white as more from the capital. raising awareness of iraqi people about the negative impacts of early marriage is on top of the agenda today. as you know, this conference that has been organized by the united nations population funding iraq, along with that have been a lot of international and local organizations taking part and supporting and backing this conference, including the unami, united nations assistant mission for iraq. you and have t r, and also local authorities including the ministry of education in order to raise
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people's awareness about the negative impacts about early marriage. people, females especially losing the schools. they drop out of a schools because of early marriage has officially here have been speaking about physical and psychological impacts of early marriage, that the survivors or the girls suffer from when they get married at an early age. now, as you know, 25 percent of the iraqi girls were married before the age of 18. a. according to the at you nighted nations. now on friday we brought you a story, shane going, going deforestation club is amazon rain forest. hundreds of thousands of actors are being destroyed each year to make space for mining cattle, ranching and drug trafficking. while in the 2nd part of our series sound, there is, alas, under our petty visits a picture where people are trying to change things for the better route. mitchell is stopped cutting trees 5 years ago,
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like everybody here. she used to log and burn the forest to make space for cows and farming despite it being protected lane. but now she tends to are growing plant nursery part of a community forestry program aimed at changing the ways of farmers living in the colombian, amazon. and i last called it, they always his new life nursery, because it's about giving new life to the trees that many have cut, mistreated and burned for the project financed by norway, along with columbia. foundation for conservation and sustainable development involved over a 100 families living in the northern areas of the columbia, amazon. they promised to end logging in exchange for sustainable alternate if they are also former coca farmer. all miss garcia is leading a number of these projects. we met him as he was working on a live fence made of trees away. he says, to rebuild connections between parts of the for a lot of money. but all these trees grow,
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they stick together and monkeys and other animals will use them to cross from one section of the forest to the other. is just an example of the change in mentality of how we can live protecting before us. most of these projects were created following the signing of a piece deal with 5 gravels, 5 years ago before a station sword, as the gallery. yeah, left the territory, opening up more land for cattle ranching and other damaging activities. but it's an uphill battle. criminal groups are destroying huge swats of the forest deeper into the jungle, while many local farmers who abandons profitable coca farming after the peace deal said they need more land for food. not far from route to be farm. we found people planting seeds in a recently cleared area. lonely. come on in the only way we have to survive is kyla tumble implant, what you see duco corn planting. we don't have an alternative. no support from the government. they made many promises. we got rid of coca,
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but nothing happened in exchange. but all may say the real enemies are powerful businesses that are clearing much larger plots of land. he cautiously take us to another huge devastated area. and you know, what i mean knowing are going on until the government arrives with technical assistance and land titling an organization in a way that protects the population and the environment. unfortunately, the for station will continue the community for if the program is small and does not offer a long term answer. but it shows that there are alternatives to the devastation of the rain forest. and that those who live here can be part of the solution for future generations. allison and under capital fans is ramping up its production of bio gas to produce reliance on gas, russia. that's after you impose sanctions on moscow for invading ukraine. the block one renewable resources to meet nearly half of its energy needs by 2030 latasha
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butler reports now from amboy in the countryside, south of paris, a new by a gas plant almost blends into the horizon. it was set up by 6 local farmers, including luke general time to convert their from waste into energy. each day they dump crops vegetables and other organic matter into the system to ensure or may take every day. we put 30 tons of waste into this container. it goes up into the grinder waters at it, and then it's all pumped into the for mentor, where the gas is produced loc. the plant is an extra source of revenue for the farmers whose work says luke, is at the mercy of an increasingly unpredictable climate. but it's also now playing a role in helping europe to reduces reliance on russian gas lagrano law. the government, 5 years ago, set a goal that france would produce a 100 percent of its gas by 2035. we're not there yet, of course,
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but what we're doing helps us become more thomas, in terms of our energy needs. of all the gas is purified into by me. thing that is cleaner than natural gas. if then fed into a pipeline to the nearby town of home with the gas produced at the farm, helps the heat, hundreds of homes in this town, as well as the swimming pool and the hospital in france, 3 new bio gas plaza switched on each week as private and public investment in the sector is increased in recent years, fall prevalent and for the aqua was one that we need to develop these types of energy as part of the work we're doing in this region to transition to more sustainable sources loc buyer gas. as the you tries to wean itself for fresh and gas in response to the war in ukraine, bio gas alone can't fulfill the blocks immediate energy needs, but is clearly part of the picture. and a step towards a more sustainable future is asher butler.


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