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a guy named ideals, the french republic, his loan for a claim, but just what is modern, france in a 4 part series, that big picture takes an in depth look. the trouble with france episode won on al jazeera talk to al jazeera. we ask you be more specific, how many folks are you asking for? and what kind of military equipment we listen, ask the people of cuba industry. if there is a difference between donald trump and jo bite for them. it's exciting. we meet with global news makers. i'm talk about the store restock matter on al jazeera. ah, ellen and sweden get a step closer to joining nato. opt turkey agrees to drop its opposition to their
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membership. it ah, my money inside this is out. is there a lie from doha? also coming up? the president said something to be effective. i'm hearing president, take me to the capital now. shocking testimony about former president donald trump's actions during the 2021 insurrection. one is supporters, storm the capital talks to end anti government protest in ecuador, off the president refuses to resume negotiations with indigenous group. soft us soldiers killed issue such like elaine maxwell is sentenced to 20 years in prison for sexually trafficking under age goes. ah.
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after weeks of uncertainty, turkey has agreed to support finland and sweden in the bid to join nato. clearing the part for made to shift in european security. the breakthrough came on the eve of the military alliance. the summit in madrid. the nordic countries have been neutral for decades, but pushed for membership off to russia, invaded ukraine. turkey had originally threatened to block the application. turkey . yeah. fillum and sweden however, find them around them. that addresses trickiest concerns, including around arms, exports on the fight against the partisan. noah has suffered more brutally toast attacks. dr. kia, including from the texas group, p k, k. to whole has more from madrid. what a round of tripod i talked this afternoon between turkey,
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mr. brown and the leaders in suite and clearly produced a breakthrough. the 3 signed a memorandum, a memorandum quote to extend their full support against threats to each other's security. jen stilton burg hailing the successful search the common ground, he said nato has resolved its differences. now. turkey had been the only hold out among the 30 nato members against this bed by sweden and finland to join on the basis mister, i do. i'm said of the 2 noted countries providing a safe haven for kurdish militant groups and it is not clear exactly what has been agreed here in terms of addressing that particular issue. nor is it entirely clear whether perhaps some other concessions may have been part of the deal. what we do know, of course, is that this allows nato to put forward a united front in the face of russian aggression. and that is actually the core and central to the aims of this summit, not just the united front, but an expanded front with 2 new members. now,
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mr. stockton back saying the political decision has been made finland and sweden, giving up their traditional military neutrality. as i said in the face of the war and ukraine. when him courtney is a former us ambassador to catholics down in georgia, he explains what the expansion will mean for the alliance. freedom has a lot of naval power in the baltic fee that will be important. finland has a long border with russia, and so it true will have an strategic importance beyond the size of finland. if you will finish this by 64 us 35 aircraft, the most advanced fighter in the world. both of those countries have been integrated in terms of interoperability of their motors were made for a long time, so it will substantially strengthen the alliance. i think the emphasis sweetness
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of the issue of p k. k. the opposition movement concern early on so much about sweden essentially trauma to. busy for rules law here, present early on has relented with objection and unexpected results. turkey does not want to be left isolated, doesn't want to be unsupported. by its nature al, i've got turkey lives in a more dangerous neighborhood. the most of the other nato allies do. so most people are expected in turkey would come along as he coins president wants the united nations to expel russia. alarm is lensky address the security council, a day off to a russian missile struck shopping center in the ukrainian city of climate joke, killing 18 people. finance keep presenting video, which he says shows the building was the intended target. moscow says it fired missiles that a need by weapons detto. a subsequent explosion triggered
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a fine more christmas. let me have more from the un ukrainian president. lot of mirrors the landscape called russia a terrorist state and demanded that the united nations expel it from the international body during an emergency meeting of the security council. in an emotional speech, he called for a moment of silence. after reciting the names of some of the civilians killed in recent days, including children and the elderly. i have a question for you ladies and gentlemen, who have you does not agree that this is terrorism. if any other parts of the world, any organization acted just like russia who is killing ukrainians, if they kill peaceful people, that would definitely be recognized as terrorism. russia joined the other council members and standing for that moment of silence, but took no responsibility for the death. instead accusing ukraine of waging and information war in an attempt to get more weapons from the west. he said it was
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weapons, not a shopping mall that was targeted in the city of command ship. but listen, you will daughter when you, when you, unless you in reality there was no strike on the shopping center. the russian armed forces use precision weapons to strike hangers with western weapons and munitions received from the united states in europe and countries in the area of the criminal cook road machinery plant. those weapons and ammunition were spread throughout the warehouse area for further shipment to ukrainian troops in don bass fil, a group of western council members accused russia of attacking residential areas and civilian infrastructure. in recent days, a un official noted the latest wave of air strikes and muscle attacks happens far from the front lines, killing or injuring many civilians. according to the un since the start of the conflict, 4700 civilian ukrainians have been killed and other 5900 injured and those are just the casualties who have been verified. home the u. s. president donald trump wanted
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to join his supporters as they stormed the capital to stop congress from certifying j biden's victory. that is the testimony of a former white house aide, appearing a hearing in last year's riots. cassie hutchinson told the committee, trump tried to grab the steering wheel. the presidential vehicle when he was told it was not taking him to the capitol. haughty, j. caster, a boat from washington and were going to the capital. on january 6th, 2021 president. donald trump did not accompany his supporters to the capital to disrupt the certification of his election loss, but he wanted to thank you very much. according to cassidy hutchinson, the 1st former trump white house employee to testify publicly. trump finished his stopped the steel speech board at his limousine and was surprised to learn from his security chief bobby angle that their destination was the white house. the president said something to the effect of, i'm the irving president, take me up to the capital now. to which bobby responded, sir,
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we have to go back to the west wing. the present reached up towards the front of the vehicle to grab at the steering wheel. mr. trump then used his free hand to lunge towards bobby angle. and mister, when or not, i had counted the story to me, he had motioned towards his clavicles. hutchinson did not see the episode herself, but said she heard it from tony or nato. the former white house chief of operations and with angle present the president of the anecdote was the most startling of many shared by the former white house ada tuesday's hearing one that was urgently announced after the committee said it received new evidence. white mail, 60 told police audio from january 6 reveal guns had been spotted among the crowd, gathered near trumps, rally hutchinson said backstage she heard trumps say the event should not have had metal detectors. i ever heard the president say something,
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i don't think that they have weapons. they're not here to hurt me. the ensuing violence contributed to the death of at least 7 people and injured a $150.00 police officers. hutchinson said, she watched the riot unfold from the white house, just doors down from trump. she recounted this conversation between her boss, chief of staff, mark meadows, and the white house is top lawyer. i remember pat, safe and effective mark. we need to do something more. there literally calling from the vice president to the i think hong and mark had responded something to the effect of you heard him had, he thinks like a girl that he doesn't think they're doing anything wrong. the he was trump. according to hutchinson testimony, she said, trump was reluctant when he called off the riders more than 3 hours into the violence. we have to have peace, shall go home. we love you. you are very special. trump weighed in on tuesdays hearing, saying he hardly knows hutchinson and denied many of the accusations. hutchinson
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also says meadows and trumps former personal attorney, rudy giuliani. both thought presidential pardons and she says many members of trump's inner circle were concerned that the cabinet would use the 25th amendment to remove trump from office. committee members say they've seen concerning signs of witness tampering. the plan at least 2 more of these hearings in july, heidi joe castro al jazeera washington. the president of ecuador has withdrawn from negotiations to end. a nationwide strike by indigenous farmers is paralyzed the country and left at least 7 people dead. late on tuesday, the legislative assembly voted against a motion to remove the president glamour lasso from office. missio newman reports from kita. oh, indigenous strikers gathered outside of people's basilica, reacting angrily toodle to meet him issued by ecuadorian president key and more
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lasso. oh ha, ha, ha ha ha, thank god, i don't really radicalize our strike. we won't leave quito without results. long lived the struggle into the 3rd week of a crippling, nationwide strike led by the confederation of indigenous peoples. it appeared that negotiations with the government inside the basilica were making headway. but an overnight attack against a military convoy escorting fuel from the oil rich amazonia region left one soldier dead and 12 injured. the government blames the confederations leader lonely thus isa. who, in turn suggests it was the army that attacked an indigenous community. first, allow him president lasso rushed to end the talks battle normal grandma has him, thermal had yelled out. we will not sit down again at the negotiating table with lenny this isa roney defense, his own political interests, and not those of his union members. indigenous brothers model,
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you deserve better than this opportunistic leader who has deceived you and the entire country. ah, the ultimatum is seen by many indigenous communities. as a declaration of war. ramos are one. we are going to resist them until the last consequences. we won't surrender. if we have to day, it will be standing up, if not on our knees any while the national assembly prepared to vote on a no confidence vote against law. so, you know, your own, the leader of the legislature appealed to the president to return to the negotiating table. the president strategies only to try to divide the until now united indigenous strikers. but it seems unlikely that they will want to turn their back on the charismatic leo need as isa, at least in the short term president lozzo has refused to cave, into demands to lower fuel prices. and repeal a decrease that expands mining in indigenous regions and put on them will cover, pl. sooner or later the government will have to understand the situation is
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unsustainable. and given the situation of ungovernable to here is dramatic value. but last will is remaining firm knowing full well that in the last 26 years, 3 ecuadorian presidents have been forced out with the help of the combative indigenous movement. to see a newman al jazeera kito cell head on out, is there the oldest person to go on trial for new crimes during the holocaust is sentenced to jail. may not end up selling any time. plus no is the time for independence. i see the legs close by scottish latest leave the united kingdom as soon as next year. ah.
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hello there for the middle east and levant. it is a largely hot and dry picture, except for further north in turkey where we're seeing some really wet and windy weather. the rain causing some severe flash flooding in north western areas of the country. now that rain is expected to fall through the mid week and if we have to look what that does to the temperature in ankara, well, we're well below the average for june, but there will be some relief coming in on saturday with sunny spells the temperature picking up and temperatures are on the up for much of iraq as well as to 8 am western areas of iran. it's further south where they're sitting, where we expect them to be, though it is a very dry and dusty picture. it's only in the very west of yemen that were seen some showers and those feed into the horn of africa and showers here, bringing some welcome relief, but not alleviating the drought conditions for the weather weather. we have to look to that central band of africa. we've got some heavy 4th to come from western areas and the gulf of guinea nigeria in particular on thursday,
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seeing some very heavy downfalls. we could see some flooding here. no further south . this weather in eastern areas of southern africa for the likes of the bar where lottery dry across western areas, namibia, south africa, with plenty of sunshine in cape town, head of a wet weekend. ah. the new voice is heating up the airway. lot of chinese listeners with kimberly here what they really think in their own country shifting pal of a case, the rise of citizen journalism has changed everything. how do you happen? it happened on social media and the undeniable impact of the mainstream narrative. australians went to the pole with those images front of mine is a war, very much came forth out in the media as well as on the battlefield there listening post. dissect the media on al jazeera waterloo.
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ah welcome back to watching out 0 minds of thought. top stories is that take he has agreed to back finland and sweden in that bid to join nato. and then what countries have been neutral for decades, but applied for membership call to russia, invaded ukraine. a formal whitehouse aide has been testifying before congressional panel investigating last year's attack on the u. s. capital custody hutchinson said former president donald trump tried to seize the steering wheel, but limousine when he was told it was on taking him to the capital where his supporters were writing echoed was president, has withdrawn from negotiations to end nationwide strike by indigenous homeless, angry about the rising cost a german
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court has sentenced a former nazi concentration count go up to 5 years. and joe, joseph schwartz, is the oldest person to be charged with complicity in the war crimes. during the holocaust, a 101 year old was convicted of involvement in the mud is a multi tree and a half 1000 people in a camp north of berlin. dominic came for much of the last 77 years. yours of shirts had lived in obscurity, but on tuesday that came to an end. despite all his attempts to conceal his identity, he could no longer hide his past. escalate at an ugly clocked. loiter being by the court has sent him to the accused to 5 years in prison for aiding and abetting murder and attempted murder. the court was convinced, after having gone through the evidence that the accused had worked for 3 years as a guard at the saxon house concentration camp, and had supported the murders committed there through his activities,
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winchester to day few of the barracks that has the hundreds of thousands of prisoners remain, but reminders of nazi brutality linger this sign, reads, any one crossing this line will be shot without warning. it would regularly be patrolled by guards. people like use of shots the duties of a guarded this camp were many and various, but one of them was in this building, looking out on the can where you see all the barracks and was left of them. why? because here the s s built and machine gun nest to look in on the inmates because in the view of the ss, the inmates were the threat. this is where prisoners would be murdered at 1st in small numbers. but then the nazis took to killing soviet printers of war in the thousands, eventually gas chambers and a crematorium allowed them to dispose of the evidence of murder in secret. the prosecution maintained shirts could not have not seen the processes that led to the
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deaths of thousands. so why did it take more than 75 years to bring shorts to justice? why were others like him left to live out their lives as to rely, works in the memorial site here? she told me that following the end of the war, many felt it important to choose rebuilding their country over the search for justice. it took a long time until a generation em grew up and we said, we're gonna stop this now we can, and we won like like persons like this and just let them unto day who's completely free of, of their the thought that he had to kind of and keep it anna anna, anna, under the blanket. soon, all those who played a role in the murder of millions of innocent people will be gone and germany will be left with the question. why so few were ever brought to justice. dominate cane
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al jazeera at the former jackson housing concentration camp. the british st. like elaine maxwell has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for helping millionaire jeffrey epstein, sexually abused under age girls. the 6th year was convicted in december for recruiting and grooming girls for abstain during the 19 nineties and early 2 thousands. gabriel elizondo has the latest real shackled and wearing a blue prison uniform. gillan maxwell heard her fate from a judge at the end of a nearly 4 hours sentencing that saw several of her alleged victims give statements . sometimes looking directly at maxwell. one was sarah ransom who broke down in tears in court and said she twice tried to commit suicide after being victimized by maxwell. after the sentencing, she told me she was pleased. i'm feeling pretty amazing. okay, i'm feeling grey. i'm but there is. ah, you know, this is
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a 66 year journey for me. i incredible highs some really, really, really deep lows for me. maxwell briefly spoke in court saying she was sorry for the pain. her victims felt, but she did not take responsibility for the crimes. or we're going through head when he heard you and speak in court. ah, gillan gillian like so for me they were just words. but they were words that i never thought out of a here as saying, i'm sorry. lawyers for the victims were satisfied with the outcome to day showed us that individuals can be held accountable irrespective of power and privilege. and u maxwell, the daughter of a british newspaper magnet, was once part of an elite global social circle that included some of the world's
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most powerful people. but at her month long trial, last december, prosecutor said she also facilitated the trafficking of women, some as young as 14, to be sexually abused by her longtime partner, jeffrey epstein, and allegedly other rich men. epstein was arrested in charge in july 2019, but was found dead in his jail cell a month later, before delivering her sentence, the judge said maxwell's crimes were heinous and predatory, and said she deserves a strong sentence. partially because of her lack of remorse. elaine maxwell is 60 years old if she serves her entire sentence, that means she wouldn't be released until she's 80. gabriel's hondo out as in new york, these 51 inmates have died. alta fire started sharing a prison riot in the south western colombian city of tula, the head of columbia's prisons agency,
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and the fire started on the some of the inmates lit their mattresses is 49. people died at the prison, arrived a common in colombian prisons, d to over crowding and gang violence. columbia street commission has presented its final reports into the decades long civil war. the commission was created under the terms of the 2016 piece deal with fall rebels. almost $30000.00 people were interviewed at 5 years for the report which is seen as an important step towards peace and reconciliation. the document says 56000 civilians were killed by columbia's armed forces and 50000 were kidnapped between 19902018. alexander m p. a. t has more from bochita, the president of the truth commission, a jesuit, a father, francisco devereux. i went through the long list of horrors that this country has
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been to from extra judicial killings through massive kidnapping, so massive cases of sexual violence and so forth. committed by the different the arm groups are right wing paramilitaries left wing a gallery. yes. but also a large, also responsibility on part of the state on columbia military, in many cases of the human rights abuses, he said that if they're a country wanted to do a minute of silence for each of the victims of the conflict, it would take 17 years of silence, we're looking at 260000 debt, millions of people who have been displaced. the dozens of truck drivers in argentina have blocks and major access right to the capital in protest against fuel shortages. and rising prices. calls were backed up for several kilometers. and when is aries? the government has promised to guarantee to supply a fuel,
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which has been restricted, are the in ukraine. police have class with anti government protesters in the caribbean, capital lima, they're demanding that president pedo castillo, increased teacher salaries. the pensioners castillo is a former teacher and union leader, but his face, political gridlock and unrest since he took office last year. a day earlier truck drivers declared an indefinite strike until more is done to ease the burden of high fuel prices. vast minister of scotland has announced plans to hold a referendum on scottish independence. next year, nicholas sturgeon said, the 1st step would be to ask the u. k. supreme court to decide whether it would be legal for the scottish parliament to call a referendum without a mission from the u. k. government, in london. if it wasn't, she said her policy would stand in the next british elections on the single question of independence. no. is the time to get scotland on the right path. the
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path chosen by those who live here. no is the time for independence. i want the process set and trained to do to lead to a lawful constitutional referendum and for that to take place on the 19th of october 2023. that is what we are preparing for. but if the law says that is not possible, the general election will be a defect to referendum. either way, the people of scotland will have their seat. scientists have long known that climate change is likely to make droughts and other catastrophes more frequent and more intense. but now they're looking to see how far they can link specific heat waves and other extreme weather events to human and juice, global warming, chaney angela hotter for longer, more often, and a more unusual places. heat waves a being intensified by climate change,
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as people across asia and europe suffer the consequences of record high temperatures. scientists say new attribution studies prove heat wave, a driven by man made temperature increases. we have so many more heat waves. we have heat waves in europe, and we have heat waves in saudi arabia, ravia at the moment, we have heat place and china right now, we have heat waves in the us. and this is exactly what sort of the review paper also shows. we just see the frequency of heat lamps has gone up so much. so this is, this is very much we don't need to do attribution studies on every single one of them. because we know already that climate change is a key driver here as extreme weather event from scorching temperatures to torrential rain, cause widespread death and destruction. research is trying to identify the influence of climate change on individual weather events going back 20 years. in the last 3 months, monsoon rains, on least disastrous flooding in bangladesh,
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killing doesn't displacing 4 and a half 1000000 people will prolong. drought has left millions on the brink of famine in east africa. while the same analysis of these events don't draw a direct link with climate change, it is still a factor. you know, generally things like rainfall getting more extreme. that's generally true, but it's a little more nuanced what we have seen across the world. a lot of serious and very damaging floods become more likely he to climate change. while the study highlight is that despite heat waves, killing a 157000 people worldwide between 202020, some countries still to monitor them or even agree how to define them. there's not enough information coming from lower the middle income countries. and the economic impacts on productivity infrastructure and property often goes unmeasured and health consequences, unnoticed in tokyo. currently experiencing the worst heat waves and $1875.00
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electricity demand is outstripping supply threatening power outages. but well, climate change is a key driver. it's not the reason many of these extreme weather events turn into catastrophes, say, scientists, but high poverty rates, poor infrastructure, and crumbling health care systems, which must factor into future disaster prevention strategies. charlie angela out a 0 wesley droughts in the horn of africa as being blamed for rise in child's marriage anew. unicef reports as the regions, most severe drought and 40 years is pushing families to the edge. girls is young as 12 are being forced into marriage and many face a higher risk of female genital mutilation. if you appears the worst affected by the droughts child marriage, there has more than doubled in one year. the number of children of risk of dropping out of school in kenya's, somalia, and ethiopia due to drought.


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