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this is al jazeera ah. hello there, i'm laura kyle. this is the news our live from doha. coming up in the next 60 minutes, day to of hearings as january 6, senate committee investigates former president trump's role in the attack on the u . s. capital. good. now, you guys cause of a bill rejects a request to hold a plan, deportation of a group of migrants to lawanda world markets in turmoil. us stokes deb on opening as fears grow every rising inflation, the could send americas economy into recession. a search for answers continues belongings of a missing germ listen. indigenous expert a found in brazil's amazon and i'm fine. how much was sport a wall cups? 4th is up for grabs. australia who are just about to kick off in doha,
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the winner books a spot to full cut are 2022. ah he was house of representatives has been holding its 2nd public hearing over last years attack on capitol hill. members of the select committee investigating the january 6th insurrection of focusing on former president donald trump's false claims of election fraud. will kill the story of how donald trump lost an election . and knew he lost an election. and as a result of his loss, decided to wage on a tear on our democracy. an attack on american people are trying to rob you of your voice in our democracy and enduring. so let the fuse that leah to her if it bowers of january 6. when
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a mob of hill supporters storm the capital sent by donald trump to stop to transfer a power aspect now to hydro castro she's following, and the hearing or was for him hearing at capsule hill and how you had some strong opening statements there. talk as to what happened next. laura leigh committee, then it attempted to transport the viewer at home, really back in time to election night 2020 and inside the white house. that's where president trump and of very close group of family and advisors were watching the election returns come in with increasing worry we heard, videotaped testimony from some of his campaign advisors and from his daughter who said that they advised trump to wait before making any public statement especially after fox news called the swing state of arizona for joe biden. but instead of listening to that advice,
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they testified that trump turned to his personal attorney, rudy giuliani, who one witness said was drunk that evening. and juliani convinced trump to declare that he had won despite all the evidence otherwise of it. that is exactly what trump did that evening, telling the american people that there was election fraud that the his when had been stolen and that frankly, he said he did when that was the beginning of all of this. and then the committee went on to meticulously show step by step, how trump and his surrogates went on a media campaign, spreading election falsehoods. and despite investigations at the local and state level in to claims a voter fraud that found no evidence of that occurring at that. trump knowingly continued to spread those lies. his former attorney general william bar saying that he became demoralized, seeing that trump was not accepting the fact and that he was becoming disengaged
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from reality, a dangerous point for this country. now this was just the 2nd of about a half a dozen public hearing scheduled on this topic. were promised for future hearings to focus more on trump's attempts than to corrupt the justice department. and the committee says, when that effort failed, that is when trump, then they say, let the fuse and calling the mob to the us capital on january 6th, where we saw that violent insurrection taking place. the 1st tearing heidi was watched by 20000000 people just last week. how much interest has there been in this subsequent installments? right, we don't have viewer ratings yet for this hearing that just wrapped up, but i would hazard to guess that it would be much smaller in comparison to the 20000000 for the 1st season. simple for the 1st hearing, simply because this did not occur in a prime time television viewing the other. the 1st hearing was scheduled
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specifically for when americans perhaps to be gathered in the living rooms after dinner, to watch that this happened. and monday morning, when people have other things to do more, i think the even more telling question will be, who are the americans that have tuned in to the previous hearing. and so this one, because opinions about what happened on january 6th and whether or not trump was responsible that it's already so big in, in the public polls have show that with time fewer people think that trump has responsibility in the violence that unfold it here. okay, how's your cash to raise the very latest that from capitol hill? thanks very much heidi. oh, jason nicholas is a political and less than a senior lecture at the university of maryland and joined us via skype from city in mary on. great to have you with this. do you think all the americans who are tuning in to watch these hearing? well, i think there's a wide range of americans who are tuning in to see what kind of evidence is being
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presented. i think primarily of course of people who are into in the center or to the left of center on our political spectrum. but i think that some people on the right even though some are probably experiencing some level of cognitive dissonance or also tuning in. but it's really important for the future of our democracy, that people from all over the political spectrum pay attention to what's being said . and i think that there are some people who are going to be persuaded that you know, some people who believe the president selection lies will finally recognize them as lives. and that's the hope is that some people will finally see the truth after the mountain of evidence that the committee has gathered here. i wanted to think of the 2nd and so and then do you think it was strong enough and present saying the chief well, i, i do, i think the 1st installment was incredibly convincing. incredibly strong.
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but i do think this one was also very strong because it, it established a couple of very important things. number one that a former president trump was told by advisors that he did not win even some who are recognizable. people who, you know, like jason miller, people who were saying do not declare victory on election night. but he believed rudy giuliani and he had a story that he wanted to tell the. and also the fact that the committee established that he raised money on these election lies that people were being essentially defrauded. because he was saying that this was going to pay for legal fees when actually the money didn't go there. and i think that there are probably some people who donated who have that have some questions about what their money was being used for, particularly at a moment in american history. when americans need every dollar that they earn an
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and we have high inflation and people were sending a former president trump money, their hard earned dollars because they believed him. and now they realized that he wasn't necessarily telling the truth himself, even he knew it wasn't true. and i think that that will be a damning and something that he has to deal with. with his own base, where to think at olean city, got 6 pots for these hearings. what's the average? is that what's the ultimate aim half? well, i think it will be very interesting to see where the department of justice goes. of course, this committee is just a fact finding mission. they really have no prosecutorial. busy oh, you know abilities, but the department of justice will have a very difficult decision ahead of it, particularly when, as i said, there are many people in the legal community here in the united states. believe that a case for fraud has been made and that uh press former president,
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trump is at the head of that. um, but they're also going to be, you know, real serious political implications to charging a former president. so this is a really difficult decision that mayor garland our attorney general has to make. i don't envy him at all, but that is where this could very well lead test nichols, great space. he, thanks very much for joining us here now to 0. thank you for having me now, the u. k. court of appeal has reject as a request to hold a plans, deportation of a group of migrants to rolanda charities. and the trade union had asked the court to block her 1st flight, which was scheduled to leave on choose day. on friday, the high court refused to book a flight saying the legality of the u. k. government scheme will be tested and a separate herring next month. nadine baba has more from outside the high court in london. well, the decision removes the final obstacle in the way of that deportation flight to
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rwanda, from going ahead on tuesday night, local time. what it doesn't do is tell us exactly how many people, if any, will be on that flight. the government has been insisting in the last hours to anonymous briefings to the press that the plane will take off. even if there's one asylum seeker still on the left. but what's happened since friday, when the judge originally refused to issue that injunction, is that there will be in individual cases, lawyers representing individual claimants who are in detention here in the u. k. and who received letters saying that they're going to be sent to rwanda. so those challenges have carried on and they've been successful people, for example, arguing that they are at risk of being sent home to a 3rd country if they're a saw him claim is rejected by rwanda. but beyond that, the wider issue ability of the scheme is going to be looked into at
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a to the you hearing here in london next month. the judge here in refusing the appeals said, but the short time scale between now the possible flight. and that's looking to build a galaxy of things is so short that even if there was a ruling against the whole scheme that would give time for people to actually be returned from rwanda in theory. but this is a big blow for migrant support groups. and also had her on this new, including the villages destroyed in to don don for region. as intertribal bonham's escalates one minor production company down 50 percent in india and pakistan. and later in for details of a history making race, but this not car driver. ah, ah,
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the designations human rights counselors debating the 1st report by the commission of inquiry on the occupied palestinian territory released this month. it says is wrong, must do more to end its occupation of palestine, but concluded the state has no intention of doing so. it's a continued occupation of palestinian territory and discrimination against palestinians. the key root causes of conflict, forced us basement demolitions, illegal settlements settler attacks and the blockade of cancer contribute to cycles of violence. and it found that key recommendations haven't been implemented. most of these deal with israel's violations of laws and rights and a subsequent lack of accountability. let's bring in more rabbani. he's a co as to add a leer, an analysis site focusing on the arab world and the broader middle east, and he joins us now from new york to have you with us. what still mean?
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what do you take away from this report? i think to perhaps 3 main points. the 1st says that the report was very clear that there is one and only one root cause of all the violations and all the conflicts that they're describing. and that root cause is israel's occupation of palestine and israel systematic oppression. of the path sit in people, and other words we can put to rest all the hope about the cycle of violence, both sides and all the rest of it. the responsibility lies squarely explicitly and finally with israel and its policies towards a policy and in people. secondly, the report also makes clear that we are dealing with a situation of temporary military occupation, but rather of perpetual occupation and explicitly states that the commission of
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inquiry has concluded that israel has absolutely no intention of ending this occupation. in other words, that has to be compelled to withdraw from the occupied territories. who's paying attention though to this report is being discussed that the un, but what action can we expect to be taken? well that's, that's the 3rd point, which is that the commission of inquiry makes very clear that we are in this situation. we are today because all the previous reports and the conclusions of the previous reports, which they have reviewed, have not been implemented and their implementation as required, but you raise an entirely legitimate point. you know, we are dealing here with what the leading scholar of the question of our start, norman finkelstein refers to as significant paper victories. but these reports and
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their conclusions are not self implementing. they have to be implemented, and of course, only a fool would rely on countries like the united states or the europeans to implement this. they are in effect fully implicated in israel's perpetual occupation. either through explicit support or through active back yes. sense. and as in similar situations, responsibility for confronting and changing the status quo lies 1st and foremost with those who are main victims. in this case, new people. and here you have a people that is fully prepared to fight for freedom that is fully prepared to organize and mobilize for its freedom. but unfortunately, you have a situation of the utterly complacent and decrepit leadership which is heavily invested and the status quo, and sees no needs to confront or seek to change that status call. good to get
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any positive takeaways from it. well, i think, you know, the report in and of itself raises very important and valid points. i think specifically again about making clear yet again that we are dealing here with the situation of perpetual occupation and the population and demographic engineering and all the rest of it. you could legitimately argue that none of this is new, but it's nevertheless useful to have it all summarized in one document and, and it's now up to those who would like to see change. to use this report to confronted israel and its policies and i should add it's international law lies to seek change on the ground in the region and then the wider balance is power new.
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i'm rabbani very interesting the to get to abuse on this. thanks very much for joining us. thank you. oh the you and high commissioner for human rights. michelle boshoway is calling for israel to open a criminal investigation into the killing of palestinian john the serene class. i call on these radio, so this to open the criminal investigation into the killing are generally children of to probably make compressions and findings probably going to hope that portrayed us accountable under international law is why should investigate an issue or appropriate accountability for every case of this and serious injury inflicted by israel force the prevailing climate of impunity is fueling further bias and populations than chronically high levels of killings and injuries of policy as he glued children by israeli forces in the policy until we have continued in the 1st 6 months of 2022. the un says intertribal violence in sudan has killed at least 100
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people in the past week. the fighting between arrow, the non arab tribes began overland dispute, and the council of western state armed men from our tribes attack several villages in the area. the regional seam frequent clashes have access to water and posture for livestock. william carter as the sudan country director for the norwegian refugee counseling, joins us now from a call to get to have you with as you move in to the region just yesterday. could you tell us what happened? the thanks for having me, laura. the my 4th trip to, to west of off for this year, because this is a managing crisis for this party now to control that to, to work with. so my team's thing, thousands if i'm the to lead from complex and human ones from the ways that you just described. but in some grade brucell they used to, they fled,
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change they thought was safe. those areas was also attract again that led again and now $100000.00 to see came safety and shelter inside the state capital in janina city. in schools in university public buildings. very storage over crowded traditions. so really we, we see a very desperate people that who need basic survival assistance, but most need safety. so just, just this morning and yesterday i was just speaking some of the young mothers sort of lead with a husband job that happened since they don't have enough foods. pounds, which is the 3rd time they had to leave them. they've been living about seeking shelter in school protection. so it's a grim, grim picture for wishing mom's there. the peace agreement that why is it not
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holding 18 months ago, african union and united nations teach people mission finished on the premise that there is a peace agreement between different different policies to this conflict. but really we've seen this security says she situation unravel every month this year. there's been a major attack that's thanks civilians and just want to talk to lone. why to region . there's a lot of result disputes. there are also new forces and your interests in this, in this region to best the branch of this. i want you to the 100 thousands of people west off shelter, english and these buildings to people who are displaced from the cable. but this really is a complex picture as to why,
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why the piece is this william coffer from region refugee council, thanks very much for joining us. at least 50 people have been killed in an attack on a commune and became far so it happened in the northern city of the tango near the border with new jersey. i feel posted this video shortly after the attack. violence by armed groups has killed more than 2000 people in displace nearly 2000000. but for it's actually less truss has n. she's new legislation to change parts of the northern ireland protocol. the u. s . warned the u. k. against trying to alter the post brack set trade deal on its own, nor the non pro british democratic union. this party is strongly opposed to the existing agreement and fair that could be a trade war if no solution is found. charlie angela has more from outside parliament in london. they will be protecting just 3 articles of that vertical
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suits and the sweet much was sweeping changes. and actually, most people were expecting essentially what they're trying to do is create a new system for the checks they want goods that are going from the u. k. into northern ireland to go through a green channel so they won't be checked. any goods, obviously going to the republic of island would go through a red channel, so they would be subject to more stringent to to, to more stringent checks. but the reaction really has been one of anger. we've heard from the irish prime minister who said that it is this bill will destroy and damage so many key relationships, not just with ireland, but with the you, with the u. s. and also, with many of our boys. johnson's own, m. p. 's, a number of conservative n p 's are saying that they plan to block this because they believe that this bill is actually a threat to international it. it would fundamentally go against what britain and what the conservative party say they stand for. obviously we've heard from the
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e u commissioner saying that this bill will break trust between the 2 sides and they are willing to take a legal action. we'll have to see what other kinds of retaliatory measures they plan to take. but there are rumors that this could start a trade war. there's also putting at risk the relationship between the u. s. and the u. k. no, president biden has said that the stability of peace in northern ireland is fundamental for him. and this new bill could put that and the good friday agreement in jeopardy, so anger from all sides. and the reaction to this bill, ukrainian military commanders say the last bridge out of the city of sir john that has been destroyed. the bridge was one of 3 that connect to the city with less he chanced. it was the last evacuation route for civilians. last week, ukrainian president vladimir zalinski said the fate of the entire don bass region would be decided in the fight for severity. don't ask the spokes person for pro
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brush pro russian separatists and the don't ask region said that the city is now nearly surrounded. suitable. yes. what is the zip look you wrong? was little go over to next because practically been blocked out to the blue of the last bridge which connected it to like the shank. those ukrainian divisions that are there are there forever. they have 2 options, either to follow the example of their fellow serviceman and surrender or to die. there is no other option. tell. stratford has more from case potentially a very dire situation in that city civilization. it's one of 2 cities that the russians are not in full control over in the region of lou ganske in don bass. we've actually spoken to a deputy commander who is serving a gradient deputy commander serving in some of them. it's in the last half an hour or so he saying that indeed that 3rd and last route had been hit this morning we understand by russian forces. but we cannot confirm as to whether that bridge has
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been completely and utterly destroyed. now, if indeed it has, it has huge implications, obviously for the ukrainian of forces military and fighters in that slide that the city in terms of getting military supplies across that river to them and potentially for an xscape route. if they retreat. it also has huge implications for what we understand, what we're being told are up to around $10000.00 civilians inside the city. now according to the head of ganske regional administration, military regional administration, he saying that there are around about 500 civilians sheltering underneath that chemical plot. the assault chemical plant that we know is come under heavy shilling according to the ukrainians. in recent days. he's saying that there could be until 40 children, also amongst those civilians. yes, stocks have dropped sharply after markets in asia posted heavy losses earlier on
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monday. as of the u. s. federal reserve reported record high inflation. that's expected to announce another interest rate rise in the coming days to try to limit cash flow. but for as various losses across asia as well. with hong kong hang singing decks down. more than 3 percent indian whoopee fell to a record low dipping below $78.00 to the us dollar. and both the cost be index and software and japan's benchmark decay loss close to 3 percent japanese yen is at its lowest to the dollar since 1998. if an outside christian slim life was in it, new york again, just how bad is the u. s. dot market looking well, it is not good. all 3 of the major stock indices here in the united states are sharply down the s and p 500 more than 3 percent. and if it continues that way until the closing bell, which is just over 2 hours from now,
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that would put the market into what's known as bear market territory. that means trading 20 percent lower than its most recent high, which was in january. and these declines are happening across all sectors of the economy, energy discretionary consumer spending, crypto currencies are tanking and even market heavy waves like apple, microsoft, amazon are all lower in this suggest that investors are worried and lessening their exposure to the market. why are they worried? as you mentioned, there was this terrible report on friday that inflation in the united states continues to creep up. it was the biggest increase in 40 years with 8.6 percent increase in inflation over this time last year. and that's prompting concerns that the fed will raise interest rates even higher and more and more quickly than they
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were already expected to and push the united states into recession. now, i should say that the last time the united states went into bear market was in 2020 . this was when the pandemic was kicking off, didn't last long, only about a month. but there's a lot for investors to be worried about not only inflation. there's the war in ukraine, there's concern that china could be locking down again. that could have impacts on supply chains again and all of that could impact profitability for companies. and again, the real worry that that signals that the u. s. could be heading for recession. ok, chris, and to me joining us from new york, thanks very much. cilla had her on al jazeera, the global stop part of nuclear weapons is projected to grow for the 1st time since the cold war. plus the women in zimbabwe, humming hammering out of better future in the face of a flagging economy plus later in the sport. first off,
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highlights from the world cup playoff between australia and for ruth, ah hello, there we seen hot and windy conditions dominate across the middle east. in recent days with temperatures are touching down in places like guitar, the temperature in doha, sitting in the early thirty's. but we are going to see them pick up again by the time we get into the mid week, not just for the gulf states, but also across the levant. as that wet and windy weather moves its way east away from turkeys, the temperatures picking up and we will see that intense heat continue for much of iraq and q 8 in the day the head. now we're also seeing intense heat for much of northern africa. we've got heat wave warnings for large areas of morocco, temperatures continuing to climb as well for coastal areas of algeria. and it's
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a similar story for egypt, we will see the temperature in cairo, touching up above the average for the wet or whether we have to head further south the scene, severe thunderstorms effect, burkina faso as well as gone in the days to come. we could see some flooding here. we're expecting $75.00 millimeters of range of all in the next 24 hours for southern africa. if we had down there, it's much quieter picture, but it's gonna change for south africa. we've got a cold front sweeping in. that's going to bring some heavy rain blustery winds and we've got some coastal warnings out here that disruptive weather is going to work its way east. by the time we get to wednesday. ah, ah, ah, ah ah
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ah, ah, ah, ah. the latest news, as it breaks down estimated 20000 li gold miners just in the younger mom, the reservation with detailed coverage. the government says it's taking action, but doctors are desperate thing lives are being put in danger from around the world . presidents the landscape says the coming days will be crucial for ukraine with the expected renew defensive in the east lou. ah
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ah. there again, you're watching out, is there a his reminder of our top stories this our u. s. congressional committee investigating last year's attack on capitol hill is holding its 2nd public hearing. it's focusing on former president donald trump's false claims of election fraud. the case caused repeal has rejected a request to hold a plan, deportation of a group of migrants to wander charities. and the trade union had asked the court to block the 1st flight, which is scheduled to leave on that tuesday and best foreign centralist trust. as infused new legislation to change parts of the northern ireland protocol, the u. s. one, the u. k, against trying to alter the post brick set trade deal on its own. police in brazil are denying reports that the bodies of 2 men missing in the brazilian amazon have been found. indigenous rights expert, bruno pereira and journalist john phillips, disappeared a week ago, was on
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a research trip local media. quoting phillips, his wife said 2 bodies were found, but haven't been identified. on sunday, some of their belongings were found in the search area. one of your unit caveats is at live for us in rio de janeiro. and monica, what more do we know about this? while everybody is waiting for this news, it's been a very ah, a day full of, of information that has been afterwards denied. it's been very distressing for the family and the friends ah, i just spoke recently to an indigenous leader who was there in the city of at the liable lot. she and dad they held the protest ah, to day, ah, asking for the authorities to find these 2 people. all. so there are protesting against the government's policy in the amazon because they say the present valuable
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sonata is doing everything to open their lands to commercial exploitation. now the fact that the found the backpack and belong gays, which have been confirmed to belong to these 2 men, to dom phillips, and to bruno bid ada. that in a way helps the police narrow the search. this is a very huge area. there's nobody valley is the size of morocco. it has the, the largest number of un contacted indigenous tribes in the world. so the fact that the found these belongings in the specific place close to the city of atlanta liable, maci will narrow the search area, which in itself is, is good. but the search continues. i pay monica, thanks very much for the updates from routers narrow. now in france, president manuel microns majority in the national assembly hangs in the balance.
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first round results from parliamentary elections, suggested centrist coalition is in a tight race with its left wing rival. next week, 2nd round will determine whether he can tackle the problems facing the country. journal reports from paris. much of the world is falling on economic trouble times, and france is no exception. this parisian fruit seller shows me nectarines that are up 30 percent on last year's prices, because i put the food because it's because of rising oil and fuel prices produce is transported by rote. so in the end, the fruit prices rise to, i think the worn ukraine also has an effect. soaring, inflation is making life more expensive for voters who will elect a new parliament next weekend. they don't blame the government, but it will be the government's job to sort it out as far as the, the understand the process rise because raw materials do. but the government needs to come up with solutions to have fair prices for everyone. so you don't lose an
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arm and a leg every time you go to the supermarket. first round voting has revealed that the manual microns centrists are at risk of losing their parliamentary majority. leftist lions is on the rise and set to become the main opposition. whatever happens, the centrists are likely to find the business of government far more difficult in macros. second term than his 1st level idea is that the majority is resisting and we are focused and determined by the cycles to shore prompts is not alone in its cost of living crisis. the rising cost of food, of energy, of housing. but there is a confluence of things going on here, a steadily increasing voter apathy over recent elections. but if it's continued next weekend could further support the rise of the left in turn, potentially impeding the government's ability to deal with the problems. focus. olivia poll sky is a candidate for the left wing coalition, challenging the centrists for dominance of the national assembly. do you intend to
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disrupt the project of emmanuel macro? oh yeah, we're here for that much. they sell in the bank. we want to re salary, especially the lowest one. we want to freeze the prices of essential goods and energy. and we want to send a strong message because this is not the direction that government is taking him. i don't, we don't think we're actually to ground them on the rise of the left represents a rebalancing of political forces in france after years of dominance by parties on the right. but government will not be more stable or effective for it. joe al jazeera perez mining in zimbabwe is usually a male dominated industry, but in one rural area in the north and operations being run and stopped entirely by women is providing much div income in a country where millions of people living in poverty are much asa reports from her gray. this isn't an ordinary mine in zimbabwe. only women why care?
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women like 15 emma cooper. 3 years ago she was struggling to look after her children while working as a farm laborer. let us know if we can come morning is better than growing to martyr's onions and other vegetables are used to so vegetables, but the money was very little money. now i'm earning a bit more and i can send my children to school if you and none of these women had any experience in mining, they learned on the job in a country with a very high unemployment rate. these aqua marine gemstones have created new opportunities for them. they plan to start a jewelry line making pieces like these from the gemstones. the women say working at the mine is empowering. most of them i survivors of abuse and embed circumstances at home. in this has been a safe place for them to come to be the same in that's when they come to work here . they are able to get out of situations that they've been in because before they were depending on their partner and they couldn't get out of situations in this
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place, is provide a little that opportunity to get out of always economy has been in crisis for years in place and jumped to more than 130 percent in may. families are struggling. this is mainly a farming area. each family has a small piece of land with the go crops to eat or sal, but they still struggle to make ends meet. like if we're out of the country, finding a proper job is difficult. patina mc cooper's husband is too ill to get a job working at the mine, she is now a family's breadwinner. some people tell her and her colleagues that men can do their jobs better and foster, but they say that doesn't bother them. they are grateful they can provide for the children during these tough times. how to matessa al jazeera, who, wrongly zimbabwe to rocks now where 73 members of the biggest political block have resigned from parliament. lawmakers belong to a party, led by sheer claret, went to her al serra and moved means more uncertainty. after 8 months of political
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deadlock are about manly reports. mac tada, our father is considered one the most popular politicians in iraq. his party with the biggest winner in october's election with 73 of 329 seats. but after months of no party being able to form a government thought it announce he was considering stepping down. 3 days later, his party followed for the elderly said, be harder to learn what luck. iraq does not need the formation of a government, but an effective government has majority serves its people. it turns as glued into obedience to god. so little beloved said was blocked members, right? fear resignations from parliament. unless say the news is confusing. asada is a staunch opponent of a reigning influence in rocky politics, yet the supreme court rules the next party with the highest votes, will gain seats and that party is closely allied with a run. this means
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a more seats to be gained by the state of law group, which is headed by miss didn't. would, in mckee, by groups that are affiliated with the popular will be lies, nation forces. so it's going to strengthen the hand of this coalition, which is a pro iran coalition. october's general election having pushed forward after large protests shook the country. 2 years earlier, crowds math in bucktown 30th square as people demanded jobs, better services, and an end to state corruption. they swelled and spread south, leading to the resignation of prime minister, add up to lottie by may. tens of thousands of supporters of our father also turned out in the show of political clout, the media websites which are affiliated with the sud. wrists,
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i've already started to call for protest. i mean, so that is a few that we might go back to the kind of violence that was present in 2019 on sutter had failed to jockey for a majority coalition in parliament, but many now questioned whether he will influence his supporters to mount political pressure from the streets law about manly, unto syrup, lockwood up the law he does in baghdad. forest and he has knocked out al serra wants to end to rocks political stalemate once and for all his rival political parties. those especially that by iran, they wanted to form a consensus, a government, they insisted on forming a consistent consensus government to include them. he, on the other hand, refused that and said that because of the fact that he has the majority of seats in the parliament and then he has the right to form a majority government. also, he wanted to get rid of them because the accused of corruption and mismanagement.
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but now since he has forced his parliament members to resign. now the question is whether or not there is this resignation is going to be fine. and if it is going to be fine and then the department will proceed further with the replacing them with the runner, the runners up in the constituencies because the parliament speaker. mm hm. and had, was he today spoken in a prison in a man? jordan? he said that the parliament will have to move forward with form and get a government. and also he also said that the southern movement should have been a part of the government, but since they have chosen to leave the parliament, then the parliament has no other choice but to proceed forward with the form of the government. now, 8 months of political stalemate,
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and 3 times the parliament failed to choose a president of the states. all these are factors behind the decision taken by the a bypass. the group of senators in the united states has agreed on a framework for new gun control laws. it's aimed at covering rising violence and would keep weapons away from people deemed to be a threat. but critics say the measures don't go far enough. my kind of reports from washington dc, the framework agreement, photos, weeks of close door negotiations in the senate. it's one of the 1st bipartisan gun control agreements in decades. we haven't had significant federal legislation in nearly 30 years. so having a framework announced, having 10 republican senators, long with 10 democrats signing off on that, which would avoid the filibuster in the united states senate. it's a really big deal. the tentative agreement has been welcomed by president biden,
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who's tweeted, i want to thank senator chris murphy and the bipartisan group for the gun safety proposal that does not do everything that i think is needed. but it reflects important steps in the right direction with bipartisan support. there are no excuses for delay. let's get this done. but some don't want it done. i think it's deeply disappointing that republican leadership decided to get in lead with the democratic conference in the senate to put together a gun control bill. you know, that should be a huge red flag for republican voters going into the fall. significant proposals include incentive states to pass so called red flag laws, which allow a judge to decide whether a gun via or owner poses a potential threat to others. federal background checks and buyers under $21.00 would include access to their records as minors and federal funding for mental health care and increase school security. so,
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but these measures for well short of what's being demanded by gun control. advocates including president biden himself at rallies across us saturday. calls were made for a bad on the sale of semi automatic weapons and high capacity magazines. and for the age at which an individual can buy a rifle range from $18.00 to $21.00. to match the existing federal law concerning hand guns, assault rifles were used in the mess, shootings and you vote the texas and in buffalo, new york. in each case they were wielded by 18 year olds. the senate to subset an informal goal of passing the bull before the 24th of the month when congress goes on a 2 week recess back with the legislation still not fully written, it's unlikely that this goals will be met and it's certain that the modest suggestions will do little to ease the mounting
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pressure on politicians to pass meaningful gun control measures or face the consequences in the midterm elections. mike, hannah, i'll just 0 washington. a number of nuclear weapons around the world is set to rise for the 1st time since the end of the cold war morning, coming from the stock home and fashionable piece research institute. the think tanks as the war and ukraine will make it hard to convince countries to disarm be such as se, recent signalling by russian president vladimir putin has made other countries think again about the nuclear strategies. they just figures, so there are more than $12000.00 nuclear warheads around the world. russia and the us have 90 percent of all those weapons institute also notes that china is expanding its nuclear arsenal. satellite images show the construction of 300 new missile silos. we've had since the end of the cold war, this, this trends, right?
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this general trend of, you know, warheads slowly going down, right in arsenals. and now suddenly we're seeing this reversed rate, where a lot of different countries, right? not, not just, you know, countries like russia, but increasingly, you know, we're seeing china, india, pakistan, north korea also now as of, as of this year, the united kingdom. right suddenly kind of changing course and, and quite dramatically increasing the sizes of their nuclear stockpiles. there's been a record of breaking heat this spring in india, and pakistan is hurting both financial markets and mango crops production in parts of the countries is down by at least half enough pushing up prices. probably metal has been looking at how both farmers and traders are being affected. it's one of the most anticipated activities of the year harvesting mangoes that there sherry variety is native daughter, probation in northern india for summer dollars at jeanette hurry. these family has owned an orchard for centuries. he says
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a scorching hot summer has destroyed at least 30 percent off his crop. his work is a very me howard leeward most unprecedented. he to staying the weather, destroyed a crop at all stages from floating to the opening even door. we give a lot of water. we didn't get the output. we usually get the m follows also been low. se shows the world's largest producer of mangles, but the march b growing season was the hottest in a century, and average temperatures in april, 1 much higher than normal trader. see production is down by nearly 70 percent in india and by nearly half in pakistan, this is just one of the 1500 varieties of language found across india. the sum of a read is locally called the king of root and older men, social value. they're also globally renowned, but the pandemic has disrupted the multi $1000000.00 trade, and this year exports are expected to decline even further. less produce has pushed our prices and sanitary inflation, has also impacted their incomes. mild beginning,
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we are able to sell, but the business is not as profitable, even the pharmacy they are not making as much money. the seo the season is about to end in about 20 days. we have stock, but the prices are much higher than the 100 exports. the rapid organisation in the region has also degraded orchard and climate change is making them even more vulnerable. when we talk about solutions, we are actually talking about adaptability. and in fact, i found, unfortunately, we do not have a national adaptive plan which has to be in place for us to kind of introduce climate spark agriculture techniques so that we can actually for pub with the changing environment. this also paul's for capacity building off a local comma food that they can adapt to the changing environment. global warming is expected to make extreme weather events more common and intense. and jeanette for easy says he can only hope the government will do more to help farmers like him thought new metal algebra, new delhi lilith bought,
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coming up after the break with santa clay thing, the latest on the world cup playoff between australia and peru in doha. ah no said tis only change because some people live in a post that is bigger than that. ah, well way monumental them are sitting around the room with a representative. they put themselves on stage to make the changes some that we've done, and i've taken this long a. we have this culture to slush and born to create new areas. we have to change to sculpture. i'm one of the fortunate ones who can leave and establish myself both sides, but all these people and on that majority of these are legal m,
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as we're talking about as good, hardworking people that want to live the american dream, like our ancestors. these were hands, refugees are terrified that they may be forced to return to me and more. lou ah ah, it's time for all the sport now and his soda. thank you very much to laura while a huge night of football for a period in australia with a will cups full to on the line. it's half time in there, inter continental payoff in dough high and no goal so far. australia trying to reach the woke up up for the 5th consecutive time through our buying for the 2nd
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straight appearance window of this might to will feature a cutoff 2022 in a group involving france, denmark and tennis. yeah. well, new way of making upside decisions that should be in place for this. yes. a walk up the body that regulates the rules of the game has been meeting and cut off. so coles sammy, automated. a var allows an offside to be detected in seconds. it uses automated bowl a detection and instantly creates 3 dimensional models. the all the players position charles are set to continue in the coming months. we have the new visualization of the off site, so not anymore the images of the 3 to play with the line. but the new graphical, which is a, it's a, seem natural to get off if you ever use that. you have sienna, already for to go like technology showing exactly the position. all of the players are not only in today, but also in 3 d. while ronald last portugal half themselves an unwanted
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piece of history, they conceded the foster sco recorded in the us nations leak as they lost one mill away to switzerland. harris river, which is going after just 57 seconds. both portugal and switzerland have qualified that will be, will come and other team. i'm success in cato, spain be close to now. nations league when over the czech republic, spaniards have a slightly tricky woke up group, which includes germany, japan, and potentially cost for the campus. most of the city have completed the signing of norway. striker erling holland, the on a 5 year contract, 21 year olds work has grown due to his prolific form. i'm going to sneak aside for your daughter and holland has scored 86 goals and all competitions for dorm. and since he's w in january 2020 i was born in england. i've been
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a city fan my whole life. i know a lot about the club and i think in the end to things i, i feel a bit home here, i think. and also i think i can develop and get the best out of my game in in city hall. wimbledon begins in 2 weeks and is said to take place without the world's top rank immense player asked because daniel met the dev has replaced novak joker, which has wall noble one on sunday, the russian finished runner up by the atp tournament in the netherlands. however, due to the war ukraine plays from russia better was r a bar from taken part in the fed, grand slam of the year and move that sled to the event. being stripped of ranking points, where mcelroy has won the canadian opened to clench his 21st title on golf p g. a tour. you know,
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the irishman that finished i 19 on the 2 shots clear of tony of tony funeral to win the poem and for the 2nd straight t m. mcroy has been outspoken, critical of saudi back to break away tours. that's being run by craig norman. so that was a big part of it. i think you going up against the best and being the best is you know, always makes it extra special. and then i look, i alluded to that, you know, i had extra motivation, you know, of what's going on across the, across the pond and the guy that spearheading that term has 20 ones in the pga tour . and i was tied with them. and i wanted to get one ahead of them. and i did. so that was really cool for me just a little, you know, sense of pride on that one. and on your flyers, that has become the 1st mexican born driver to win, and nascar cup series race he 30 year old, find the one in who's 195th. the korea saw that nascar top level is also the 5th
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foreign born cub series went on and in an hour. next this fall is how bad that $2145.00 gym to you will have full time highlights of what will cover payoff between australia and 2. for now, it's back to laura. so thanks very much, very exciting. that is it for me, laura come from this news, but it means i'm to go over to our website and you can keep across all the top stories. we've got plenty of live updates on the crane and the battle for surveyor done. it was a later on the congressional committee hearings on the january 6th storming of capital health i for now. ah, it's janice davis, on the cost of the new chapter in its history. after the us in the telephone, signed an agreement to pave the way for the withdrawal of international troops.
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high cost was paid to get to this point. over the past few years, the u. s. is increasingly conducted. it's part of the war from the sky. with more bombs dropped last year than any other year in the past decade. but with that came arise and civilian casualties. this is accidents do happen at mistakes to happen and this is about owning mistakes and about things are in this and that accountability in largely on accountable for families. we interviewed not receiving acknowledgement from the u. s. left them without closure. they told us that they felt like what happened to their loved ones was a crime and they want justice and answers something wor, too often denies. hm .
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