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after a year long delay, japan, hudson, and unlike any the world, had seen before. my eyes and bob way showcase his personal story, offering a fresh look at the changes and challenges that bob way face today. despite going tension with agency, dan, ethiopia is set for the next phase of filling them on the blue nile. july on a just i have been trying to juvenile moiz is assassinated in his home by a group of unknown attackers. ah, i'm sammy, they, dan, this is al jazeera alive from the hall. so coming up, playing catch up with america as long as war comes to an end and its troops, depart, african forces are left to pick up the pieces. the scramble for oxygen indonesia
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struggles to treat patients as the number of corona virus cases, searches across the country. the glitz and glamour of can the film festival makes it come by cancer and demick hiring. ah, i hate the president juvenile noise has been assassinated. the inter and prime minister has announced the state of emergency dis, asking the un security council to me to as soon as possible, called joseph says the an identified attackers who rated the president's private residents, spoke english and spanish bally ugly. the assailants spoke english and spanish as head of the government, still in charge, i have gathered superior council of the national police and district application of the constitution. i've presided an extraordinary council of ministers, in which we have declared a state of siege. i call for the respect of the democratic principles. i urge all
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the nation stakeholders to help us in the battle for the continuity of the state. this country is hurt, this nation is hurst. the perpetrators will be taken to justice. let's keep our can . the situation is under control. now, there are 10 scenes in the capital pull to prince police of field off the president's residence where the attack took place. world leaders have been expressing shock and outrage. president joe biden says the united states condemns the act and is ready to help. neighbouring dominican republic has shot its borders with haiti, and columbia. the president is asking the organization of american states to send an urgent mission to haiti. under chappelle begins r coverage at one point java no more east offered a glimmer of hope for haiti at a time of numerous crises, a former businessman who wanted to lift people out of poverty in the poorest country in the america. last time we need to believe we needed the political
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stability is the 1st public resource in no country on earth. is it possible to talk about development unless there is political stability unless there is social peace? but his years in office were challenging and he faced allegations of money laundering and corruption. maurice became president of haiti and 2017 after being chosen by the former leader michelle marcelli to become his successor of the center . right patient had killer party, 2015 election was the 1st to declare him winter, but the boat was overturned after allegations of fraud and violent st. protel. the rerun was den delayed by hurricane matthew, which caused widespread destruction in the south. but when it was finally held in 2018, its sport disagreements about when marie says term would end after legislative elections were delayed. that year marie stayed on to rule by decree without a parliament. he tried to reassure haitians, even as things deteriorated around him. views by marcia develop when need the more
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violence does not work with developments and democracy, we have to cut bridges with these old practices that are putting the country behind . despite his calls for calm, the protests against him and his government got worse. he was accused of inaction in the face of increasing violence, a surgeon kidnappings for ransom, and the growth of armed gangs. in march, he declared some forms of protest as acts of terrorism. before his assassination luis announced a new prime minister to tackle criminal violence. would have been his 7th and 4 years now, long after a group of individuals broke into his home in the capital porter, prince, and shot him dead. juvenile maurice was 53 years old. oh, i have had over now to our white house correspondent. kimberly, how can i live for us in washington, dc? kimberly, as i mentioned, the us has been offering help. what does it contemplating?
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well, the u. s. has been watching very carefully in terms of the white house, the state department and other government agencies deeply involved with haiti. what we know is that the u. s. president being brief, but there are still information that is being gathered. what's the white house press secretary to talk you has said is that the position of the white house is that quite frankly, this is a her rift crime and a tragedy and the united states right now. it's pressing solidarity with the people of haiti prepared to because the state department and other government agencies stand with the people of haiti and offer support. take a listen to what the president had to say. if he left the white house the last hour or so. you formation, but it's very worried about do i have a role in the united states with fine and take action? what's your, what's your cyber investment capital i was united states. i was your
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briefing today. so your policy with respect to haiti has been shifting since the biden administration took office. initially. it had been somewhat quiet on where it stood with respect to efforts by the now assassinated president to put in place in new cars to, to sion and had been even indicating it was embracing the possibility of a referendum on that constitution. but given some of the authoritarian tendencies that many haitian americans accuse the government of having in haiti and because of pressure from members of congress, the biden administration recently changed his position. in fact, looking to put more pressure on the now as fascinated president to step down, potentially saying that it push for free and fair elections instead of a referendum on that constitution. and that is where the position stood. but now in
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light of these recent developments, it's certainly going to complicate not just the u. s. haiti relationship, but the international relationship as well. what i will leave you then. thanks so much kimberly how kit and the gamma k is in miami. he has more on the situation in haiti and the reaction of south florida haitian bass for while i'm hearing reports from my contacts and porter printed the streets, there are pretty quiet at the moment. people essentially hunkering down waiting for news. but essentially, this political vacuum is extremely dangerous. we know from haiti's past when things like this happen, violence tends to come very quickly. and despite the fact that the deputy prime minister has declared a state of emergency, that doesn't really mean much for the normal people of haiti. we know there's om gangs already roaming the streets for the past year or so. this is potentially, you know, something that will cause a slide into violence very quickly. we've certainly seen that in the past and there
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are no obvious successes right now. there's, you know, movies, no real structures put in place to quickly replace them. and of course, the, some on that constitutionally his critics, they should have stepped out of office by now that led to all these delayed elections, accusations of vote tampering and broad. so this is potentially a very different difficult situation, a very dangerous situation, but i'm hearing on the streets important friends. it's very quiet for now. i think the assassination of you know, my lease is not what's concerning people here. many who have family back in haiti, it's a security situation. that is the biggest concern because if you have relatives in haiti and puerto prince right now, you know the situation could become inflamed extremely quickly. we often see burning ties on protests on the streets and out into the armed gangs, food shortages, and the fact that united nations pull the troops out in 2017. that makes this a very worrying situation for the 300000. so patients that live here in south
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florida taliban find his have continued their offensive in northern afghanistan, making their 1st assault on a provincial capital since the us and nato drop down began without a bond says it briefly took control of allah. now in battle, these, for the 1st time since 2000 and the one i've got to stanz ministry defense says it's forces killed, more than 2000 tons on fighters this week. yet they're still losing significant territory shot. but us explains the taliban fighters rolling through color, you know, the capital of these province in north western s canister. they claim to have briefly taken control of the town. the 1st provincial capital of attempted to overrun since the us and nato withdrawals again, was the last bag decent governess whose government forces pushed the fighters out of the city. although not before they broke into the regions central prison and rescued. these tele bon fighters,
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over the sounds of heavy gunfire. the armed governor had this message for afghans. the woman who i am that i want to assure our people that all the security forces, including the special forces a here and defending the city of color. you know, the enemy, who has engaged with us in some parts of the city, is facing resistance and also facing a lot of casualties and to fate. the afghan government has lost significant territory in the last 2 months. it's relying on air strikes to retake control. the ministry of defense is its troops have killed more than 2000 tele bon flax's in the past week. wine, doorknob brothers and sisters, there is no deal and no will to surrender. there are 2 choices, either to live with dignity or to live with insult. today's the day of honor, dignity and support. but if the taliban thinks that we are surrendering to them, that will never happen. not in 100 years. local militias have joined forces with the yes can military to bolster they ranks this district,
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nor than to car province fell to the taliban last week. since may 1st, the taliban has more than doubled. the number of districts that controlled to approximately 200 or half the country with the will. you do know that the most afghan security forces deployed on the front line. but we militia forces also stand with them and defend in tech how most of the areas and districts have fallen to the taliban. now we have created several lines to stop the taliban reaching the city. the telephone offensive has regional allies concerned turkey in russia have closed the consulates in the region while iran has restricted its consul activities. although to iran did host a meeting between taliban leaders and some senior ask and politicians beckon bag deece taliban fight. who's pushed out of color? you know, order to wakes at the cities gates until security forces surrendered. day after day,
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the pressure builds with less than 20 percent of f. ganna stand now controlled by the afghan government charlotte bellis out 0. now a base used by us troops in iraq has been attacked. at least 14 rockets landed on the i n a asset base in a lombard province. 3 miss sounds were also find towards it. on monday, the u. s. president, job, i know there strikes against iran bank groups last week. still ahead on al jazeera, the tal volcano in the philippines become rumbling again with thousands of people still not allowed to return home. will look at the possible motives for the shooting of a prominent journalist in the netherlands. ah, ah, it's time for the journey to winter sponsored by kettle airways.
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hello the mate, you front, making good progress north across parts of china. central air is a china sing the wet weather at present to matt wet weather, just clipping the far south south, but the korean peninsula easing across into japan is going to continue to drift across a similar area as we go on through thursday. maybe just thinking a little further south was by that day. so shanghai turning a little weather in the process and for friday, showers and longest spells afraid never really too far away from that east side of china. i'm hopeful things will dry up a little bit into a southern parts of han ship, but japan. we'll still see some very heavy rain over the next couple of days. heavy rain continue across march of indo china or a tropical system. now, pushing across northern parts of vietnam that has cool some flooding here, but a crop, a very wet weather there for much of vietnam, cambodia, allows and also into thailand joining up with the monsoon ranks of southwestern monsoon range drifting across much of south asia. some men ma still sing some heavy downpours found northeast of india,
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particularly wet bangladesh and further showers. long spells of rain pushing up into the pool. and as we go on through the next couple of days at wet weather, drifting up across much of western in there as well to the north of that estates, heart, much of pakistan sponsored pay cut on airways . most people will never know what's beyond these doors. the deafening silence of 100000. how it feels to touch danger every day. most people will never know what it's like to work with. every breath is precious. with fear, it's not an option. but when most people oh the
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the me. you're wanting out here a time to recap our headlines now. haitian president juvenile ways is being assassinated by an identified. the attackers be inter prime minister is declared a state of emergency lead design expressing outrage and are warning of a dangerous crisis. thought amman, fighting have continued their offensive in northern afghanistan, making their 1st assaults and eventual capital. since the us, the native drop down began, tyler bond says it briefly took control of you now in the face for the 1st time since 2001. a base used by us troops in iraq has been attacked by at least 14 rocket landed at the mill asset base and unbar province. us president joe biden, order that strikes against iran bank groups last week. indonesia
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is imposing tough new corona virus restrictions since the government wants the nation as yet to see the worst of a spiraling outbreak. another record of more than 34000 new infections were reported. on wednesday, there were a 1000 deaths, but 7 times the daily rate. a month ago, the johns hopkins university track. it shows over all about 2400000 cases, nettie 63000 lives loss. since the pandemic began, the government is importing emergency oxygen supplies for hospital filled and overflowing with sick patients. the more contagious delta vary in 1st swept through indonesia, density populated java, and is now spreading through many other islands. jessica washington has mall from the cathy east of jakarta, to cut us hospitals and java hospitals in general,
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are under unprecedented pressure. and this is why you can see the results of thought. this is one of the new coven 19 burial side, in because see on the outskirts of chicago. and as hospitals are on the increasing pressure during the 2nd wave infections here in indonesia. many patients, many sick people have been turned away from hospitals and forced to isolate at home no matter how sick they are and does hospitals are forced to turn away patients because they are already at 90 percent or 100 percent capacity. people have to stay home and it's up to the family to do whatever they can to keep them alive. and in many instances, their own successful at doing that. some are trying to buy oxygen tanks or medication to keep their loved ones alive, but the death toll is increasing because of this crisis. these great because have been working non stop. we've been observing the situation here for the past few hours and the bodies never stop coming. these men never stop working. such is the
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situation. the scale of the crisis here in indonesia, the indonesian govern, says it is working to try to rectify the crisis in some ways including trying to solve more oxygen for those in critical need. that it includes trying to source oxygen from neighboring singapore. the health ministry also says it is attempting to add more beds to hospitals, as well as increase the number of isolation facilities. but health care workers say that they are overwhelmed and overrun, and that no matter how many beds they're all in these hospitals. simple reality is, is that there is not enough health care stuff to cater for the demand right now, there are far too many people, falling critically ill in indonesia for doctors to take care of all of them. and this is the result neighboring bangladesh continues to battle
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a daily surgeon cases led by the delta variant. it prompted the government to extend it strict locked down until july. the 14th and the streets of soldiers was seen directing traffic and a specialized police unit administering hand sanitizer on another areas. people have been lining up for essential goods and food handle elsewhere. in asia, south korea is reporting its highest daily current of virus count. since late december, more than a 1200 infections were recorded on wednesday, forcing a delay in plans to e restrictions. the government may, in fact introduce tougher measures. for my south african president, jacob zoom, i could have hours left before learning whether he will be arrested. he was sentenced to 15 months in jail last week for failing to show off with a corruption inquiry police have until midnight, wednesday to arrest him. zoom was put forward to legal challenges attempting to block the move. the ever given thing contain the ship that blocked the suez canal
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in march is finally set sail out of its whole deal. its japanese own is reached the financial settlements with egypt. government on monday, the other given was impounded after it blocked the crucial, walked away for 6 days, impacting around 10 percent of global trade miscellaneous plans to build a board offense to deter migrants from entering the country from bell roof. the government says it's struggling to cope with an increase in migrants, mostly from the middle east and africa after butler started allowing people to cross the frontier. that was in response to ease sanctions following the 4th landing of a passenger plane in minsk. the dutch prime minister is describing the shooting of a prominent crime journalist as shocking and incomprehensible. ether are the various was seriously wounded on a street name, sedan, his name for his investigative work, and exposing the dutch underworld him barber reports. he's a household name in the netherlands. now, investigative journalist,
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pater the 3 is in hospital fighting for his life after being shot on base amsterdam street. it happened right after he made one of his regular television appearances when a current affairs program. from this day to shoot a shot, peter to very close range. he was quickly assisted by bystanders and colleagues and taken to an amsterdam hospital in a serious condition. the 3 sees known for investigative work on countless cases, notably the 983 kidnapping of bay magnate freddy heineken. he's often been threatened by figures in the criminal underworld, including the heineken kidnapper. it was well known that you received death threats and he was also on the list of crimes and should because report a few years ago, at least about the edition and now has left action. and to this, this assassination at them from is like instigated shockwave members in 2008 to freeze one, an international m e. for
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a show he made about the disappearance of us teenager natalie holloway. on the caribbean island of i ruba, the main suspect in that case, a dutch citizen was late to convicted of murdering a peruvian students. they, to lease it was all a mile not pay to de phrase is a national hero to all of us. a rare and brave journalists tirelessly seeking justice, completely independent and free spirited. he stands up for those and need for the parents of a murdered child. so those have been wrongly convicted in the european parliament. the mood was one of outrage. we might disagree with a lot we see in our media, but we have to agree that journalists investigating potential abuses of power are not a threat, but an acid to our democracies, and our societies and our thoughts and saudi dairy to go with the journalist, peter, the fries in these moments, the netherlands king william alexander,
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says the shooting shot him deeply, calling it an attack on democracy, dodge police, a 2 men they arrested on a highway shortly after the attack, a still in custody. the dean barbara al jazeera and dutch farmers have been protesting against government efforts to reduce the countries nitrogen emissions. a policy note about the plan was leaked last week. it shows a number of farms will have to close down in order for the targets to be reached. the netherlands is the world's 5th largest exporter of dairy, and the 2nd largest exporter of food by finally off to the us. step often reports from the hague, where the protests have been taking place. climate deny is also have to eat. that's what this science as a bit of a clinical sign here at the farmer protest in the hague, in the government trans, where thousands of pharmacists taking their practice all the way to the city. some of them are blocked by police, but many has managed gathered here to fight for the survival. the main theme here
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is nitrogen emission reduction and that's something the government has. it has to do to protect the countries ecosystems and nature. also according to your p in standards, but the government plan to reduce emissions of nitrogen called by incense fami. it's not going far enough according to climate groups and via mental groups even has to go much further. more farms have to be close out. more capital has to be reduced, so to promise are uncertain about the future. so a lot of young farmers are here fighting also for their survival. they want to know what the government is going to do with the farming industry in that one, which is an important export. and they want to know if they have to close down, if they will be compensated. saudi arabia is throwing its way behind. egypt tends sudan about their concerns with ethiopia as controversial hydropower dam. the kingdom says it supports the countries in preserving what it called their legitimate water rights and efforts to bring
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a binding solution to the crisis. if he says it started the 2nd phase of filling it's dam on the blue nile, it says it's crucial for the countries development sedan in egypt. worry, it could affect water levels downstream. there are warnings of response tree illnesses among children near town volcano, in the philippines. most of the people near the 7 kilometers a danger zone has been moved elsewhere. but those displaced worried about more than just the option. general alan dove and has more we visited a good see you. a week after the album came those sent plumes of black smoke and nash into the town. it is mostly empty now. to our volcano is spewing a record to high amount of sulfur dioxide and the philippine government says another eruption is eminent. those previously moved elsewhere are not allowed to return just yet. they've been staying in temporary shelters,
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like these in baton gas bravo. and i phone them and we are okay here we are not hungry. oh, there is aid you'd like to go home if possible. once allowed, the government has assured defected communities. that assistance is being given and more aid will come in the coming. but the threat, of course, 19 is a major concern here. we were here last week and there were more than 800 residents taking shelter. here with the government has done over the past few days, was to move half of them in several different locations. this is a requirement by the national government to implement the minimum health protocol required when there is a panoramic map was implemented 1st time and now we are defining those for sobbing . we have our swaps here. we also check those who are pregnant. so far we have 7 here, went to ali ruptured last years. it displays more than 100000 people for weeks. it
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was followed by the global pandemic. and the month long locked down, that her business is here, which are dependent on fishing and tourism. people here see the understand the threats they face, but the fear this could be a repeat of what happened last year. jamaila lin, dog and al jazeera, the all batangas province northern philippines. a tropical storm alpha has weakened as it made landfall in the state of florida. the gulf coast appears to have been spared significant damage, but the flood warnings are in place for several areas. the storm has already passed over several caribbean islands. kidding. at least 3 people. now that can film festival in the back half the taking and enforced break last year because of the pandemic international stars and film fans of return to the south of france, one of the world's most glamorous events. and tasha buffalo was there for the grand reopening. this sweeping bay shimmering mediterranean sea,
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red carpet and of course movie dolls. the cannes film festival is back after one year break because of the covey pandemic american director. spike lee is the head to the jury this year as he arrived just before the cost of the opening film and met the excitement was palpable. the innate is one of $24.00 films in competition for the prestigious palm dual prize. the musical comedy by french american director less correct style mario quote. yeah. and adam driver. my favorite festival can. i've always before i came here, we looked at it as a marker of great film festivals. director says its return is cause for celebration, which are you in january and even february we have no idea if the festival would be possible. because last year we had to counseling or into the academic. so it's usually satisfying to be bought to do such
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a pleasure under relief. it's not any the movie industry, i'm fine for the delighted by the return of the festival attracts tens of thousands of visitors. and after a very difficult year for the tourism sector, there are many in the city that are very happy to be back in business. a lack of tourist for this luxury hotel to close the 6 months last year. the manager says the festival will help the local economy were present actually approximately 15 percent of our yearly rooms revenue. so we do that in less than 2 weeks. so it big. and also it brings a lot of positive energy for the travel restrictions mean some film stalls and visitors has fade away. so those attending special measures are replaced including on flight cofi testing. nevertheless, in such unusual and unpredictable times, a generous dose of glamour and from captivating films certainly offer some welcome
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escape, isn't natasha butler al jazeera. can one of india's most famous and respected actors, dilip comma has died at the age of $98.00. the bollywood star who was nicknamed the tragedy king had been sick for some time. it was one of the 3 big names who dominated the golden age of indian cinema from the 1940s. it's the 1900 sixty's, is korea span more than 5 decades, and navy 60 films. ah, let's take you through some of the headlines here now, just there are now haitian president, juvenile moiz has been assassinated by an identified the taxes. the intern, prime minister, declared the state of emergency worldly desire, expressing outrage and warning of dangerous a dangerous crisis.


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