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varying republic of venezuela, people in power. the bay of pigs on al jazeera. ah, me robinson until the top stories on our 0, the us says it's carried out airstrikes against iceland, eastern afghanistan. it's jackson, now your how province follow a warning for president joe biden. that his forces would hunt down those behind. so the suicide bombing outside campbell airport, at least $175.00 people were killed, including 13 us troops gather all is under, has more from washington d. c. the us central command to saying that a drone attack strike if you will hit a, i saw k planner in the words of the us central command,
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and that the strike was successful and killed that person. they said this happened in eastern afghanistan in anger. har province in that province in eastern part of the country, part of it borders pakistan. they say that there was no civilian casualties that the u. s. military knows about. now the reuters news agency here in the united states reporting for that information from unnamed us officials, that it was a drone that was launched from a base in the middle east and that it killed this. i saw k planner who was driving a vehicle with another associate and they both were killed. we do not know exactly when this operation took place. and we do also do not know if this is one of more that or to be expected in the future. but clearly the united states,
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it's 1st retaliation for the attack outside the capital couple airport on thursday . the u. s. embassy and i've janice town has put out another alert for all american citizens to leave campbell airport immediately. that our warnings that another tag is likely and the next few days could be the most dangerous. the un refugee agency says up to half a 1000000 people could flee of ghana stand by the end of the year. it's appealed to all neighboring countries to keep borders open. opposition protestors have scuffled police in peru after president petro because to us government, one a vote of confidence in congress. the opposition is promising to challenge the members of to see who is left with cabinet one by one. supporters of the government also turned to back the president's radical social policies that have been tearful reunions in north nigeria after the release of more than 100, abducted students authorities reported 3 separate releases in the last 24 hours. include 90 children taken by gunman from the school in missouri states 3 months ago
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. i, jamie an official say one child died while being held hostage and for others receiving medical treatment. today to get this d is an all new to the, to the people of taking a community we have encountered different kind of terrible ation. we have encountered different kind of in fact, sleepless, light, sleepless night. and a days with hunger that we can look at and it's him because we, i think in the fall sure, rick harter can, ida is gathering strength as it heads towards the u. s. gulf coast. that is brought down. treason is turn off routes for the cross, the west of cuba on friday, carried by winds of 130 kilometers in our. the us national weather service predicts its going to become an extremely dangerous category for how to cook and the time is reaches louisiana late on sunday. the governor of the state is telling residents, quote, anyone who isn't concerned is that something wrong with the man convicted of the
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assassination of us. senator robert f. kennedy has been granted parole off to seeking his freedom. 16 times. 77 year old sir hanser han has served 53 years for shooting kennedy at a campaign event at the ambassador hotel and los angeles. in 1900. 68 us intelligence agencies say the corona virus was not developed as a buyer weapon, but in a newly declassified report. it couldn't agree and that it was 1st transmitted from an animal or leaks from a lab. and will hon. president joe biden's blamed china for obstructing the investigations. is ellen's reporting $82.00 new cases of corona virus with no sign yet that is at break as slowing that $429.00 cases, but only one's regarded as critical. those are the headlines we're going to be back in about half an hour, goodbye. ah,
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me who? i the last images i found long after she was gone, where images of her childhood they were taken in late 943 in refugee camp, your mound column, and gera. the footage was meant to be added in, narrated, over for war time, newsreel. for the village of women and children in this still reappeared in africa. after disappearing into siberia, they might have sought. the camera was capturing their story. the newsreel was
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never made. the images were sent to london and sat on a shelf for 75 years. for me grew up hearing about this place. it was a story that had spent a lifetime hearing ah, the 1st thing i can remember about my poor grandmother is her voice. i was 4 years old, laying on the floor in montreal and looking at a world map she hovered over me and whispered about where she grew up before it ever understood that she was from poland. and what that meant. i knew that she lived in east africa as a refugee as i get older,
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she told me that being deported from poland to the soviet union when it was 11 years old. and if 10 years wandering displaced, she spoke of bearing family in siberia, catholics down in iran. or i was surrounded by women like her telling the same stories. oh, but i didn't pay much attention to them. the 1st time i picked up a video camera, i was 15 and my grandmother walked into fran, getting back with the blank wall, which was all that anyone seemed to know of her story. then when i was 19 university, i wrote a bit polish refugees in africa. a professor challenged my history though. he never
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read about it and asked me to check my sources. so the flowers going to be on their way. yeah. as they are now, it's okay. well one poland is poland and my family name is carrie was 22 brothers and assisted me. part of us. we haven't done parents both sites, but they were living separate. and what else they said is that each of you can tell me where life was located in the village where you're born in poland,
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info. and what was you can tell me the name of the village and what kind of community it was like. well have to it was or had the call or send those to vic and everybody live for their own land. so it wasn't, wasn't a village which is house next to each other. this is everybody live on his own land . and i can't really say much because i don't remember much from poland. i remember more from the time they took us to say video that they had a member oh i
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oh they pick up my grandparents. we didn't, we just so hadley to the window because the day was very cold and they blocked our door so my mother was crying and begging them to. she wanted to
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see their parents. they just took them, both of them put on their slaves and over them my way. about 2 hours later they came for us, one of those. so just told my parent, you'd take whatever you can. what are you going? you're going to need it. and my father knew they when they take us to see me. oh, from 940 to 41. soviet union emptied eastern point. 2000000 people considered hostile to talk to patients and use them to create new colonies to force labor across siberia. the children, like my grandmother, were too young to work, were sent to school to be transformed into the next generation of soviets. while their parents were used as force laborers and forests. cotton fields in mind,
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she described to me as a prison where there was, there were new fences around the camps. but if you walked away from them, you'd be surrounded by millions of square kilometers of siberia. the 1st time i went back to the village, my family was from i had to realize that it wasn't even in poland anymore. at the end of the 2nd world war, it borders had shifted 300 kilometers west as if the entire country had been lifted up by the war and displaced. which is how i ended up in dollars. when russia land claimed by 7 different countries in the last 100 years, making it hard for anyone to find their ancestors
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at the border. my bags research by soldiers who asked me what i wanted to film. and i told them where we were from. but i didn't even know where that was the under the field, bella, ruth, of the ruins of hundreds of villages occupied by the soviet union at the beginning of the war. burnt down by the nazis in the middle of it, and then bulldozed by the soviets. when it was all over i was going directly past my grandmother had been born, but i wouldn't know that for another year. the a year later, i went back with an old polish map. it seemed to lay the world in my grandmother's memory onto the landscape. but half of the villages on it had been erased. and
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those that were left and bellow russian names, which is why instead of a place called the strategic, i was in re johnny, a neighboring town where my grandmother had been baptized for 40 gives me in the cook, we will know and you can when you said you can run the list of all a sort of role as a 3rd book used to go in there. when you know that he used to lose you don't who don't know where they need to live for the dish is killer me. it was me there. i see, but she used sheep no, just on the you have to let you go through the lease,
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going round for boys you position as me going each ah, i looked around for days trying to some anything connected to my family and now only a few hours before you're planning on leaving the country, i was turning down a road towards the village. they had been deported from more than 70 years earlier . ah . what was the question when you decide to continue, you was just sure
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what the judgment on those you want to know, i guess are usually due to sheffield test look right. yes. and you know the quarter was actually it was awesome. you can get a get can you? and you can yes. even though, but the good evening, susan, doesn't this? sure. his sure his thought is easy to find out.
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come over. scott skies will use you should be as i'm with her friend to know that he is a guy in a bit of the way she does not have any how i did not get to know your name or there was a little show here. it was who saw the yeah, the sun smell, they would. yeah. they would. yeah. nick, there was for janik. eula. yeah. casa and paul dick with the baby. interesting to me scott harvey. about this. just bear with me when you
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get a time? yes. well that's i was yeah, i mean that's if i didn't get it because of that a get him there. let's go to get us to come. what you say get a plan to look what would be yes. well you pay them well. yeah, shuffled. now you too well and again, i think that's really all i should know was silbert. did you live on the stream on this side or i think on this side you were yeah, feel part of part of they were living much give each week marianne were close going this way. we drove like this and the return on the road and we came and they said
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that all of this land here belong to get it. yeah. which is when i showed you a picture of parlin through that low, it was a little bit too fast for me. and the excitement and little bit i to the press little bit. it's nothing there where we live. i think the the ah,
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the polls were given papers, releasing them from thousands of force labor camps across the barrier. the irony of being liberated is that they were even most honorable in inside the camps with their train tickets, clothing, food, money, or support. the ways of starving deportees needed to make their way alone, to where the polish enders army was forming in the southern part of the soviet union. or i
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. oh, i in 2 years after disappearing into siberia for slavers, the deportees reappeared again in iran as refugees the upon the face of the earth. they fields from poland during the end, one of the most amazing marches in history. 3000 miles, they've walked to find a haven, a refuge in american and british newsreel like this one, film polls arriving in iran. the refugees in them were real. but the scenes were all staged. these films also shifted the facts. the british american newsreel is
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claimed that the polish refugees for victims of the nazis, not of the soviets, from one little town and poland, a 1000 men, women, and children plan from the nazis into russia. when the not the follow, they pushed on through mountain and desert 3000 miles to persia haven in iran on the field. behind the scenes though, the british were helping the post government in exile gather testimony about what the poles that survived in 16 years before alexander such an eton would even start reading the leg archipelago. 118000 polish citizens in iran were testifying about the repressive force labor system in the soviet union. but their voices would almost totally disappear.
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i while they were recovering in iran, one of the 1st things the refugees did was posed for a family photograph. why would refugees rush to get their picture taken? maybe to show their families spread out in other places that they were alive. in looking at these women and children, maybe it was to prove it to themselves as well. the deportees had no images of siberia, but these photos captured in iran feel like monuments to what they'd survived. this photo taken into from is the earliest image of my grandmother's life. all of the family photographs from poland had been lost during the deportations. my great grandmother is 36 years old. her son is 10. my grandmother is barely 12
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attraction of a 2nd into iran is a fragment of family in the middle of war. when everything else was gone, memory was the one thing that could only be taken with their lives. so it will drive for you so much and have them look at them tonight. yeah, yeah. he was asking, maddy,
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stoney, swear will. all he was born stand swell was 1900 of our face blown head blue eyes and i forget it's 19 for a living sake be too late when there was 942 beginning of 1941 and the $91.00 and does not do one. yeah, see if we spend an hour or 229229249021 . that's doing some plate you have to pay. yeah,
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because i have the papers be that when we arrived to east africa with the in the 1943 we did shit up. jumped in just a bit about on that. anyway, she actually got 19 for she's not but she won't show up in a month. i don't know when you logged into who should be updated the thing, it's not easy to look me
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up and yeah, mom you. busy know morning as a back in the morning trying to figure it out. no, no, no good day to say from recess my to much 11. and here it says here. okay. is that one m b date? 1943. looks like 43. when the i don't know, i want to look my views. yeah. handwriting found that can be done with them. i know they flag this. i don't know. i'm not
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know. oh me, i. 6 if they couldn't agree on the things that live through together, i wasn't sure what i was supposed to remember. coming in with nothing but a handful of documents. their history mostly existed in memory when they had different memories of the same events. what did it mean for the history in 2009, a tortured victim of the brutal argent time vandella regime confronted his interrogator . torture? no, no, no, no. i wasn't to ensure i was interrogated. has justice now been set for the atrocious crimes committed decades earlier. i didn't talk to you were telling like an investigation into the dark history of argentina,
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or why didn't they told me in the end 3 wind interrogating a torture on al jazeera. i'm like a boss and the south of india and find out how tiny back in this cave brought an extensive mining operation to a grand corona virus. west across the world with devastating effects. and it's widely believed to be connected to the legal wildlife trade. here in vietnam, we visit a rescue center for some of the worlds most threatened to animals and joined the call for an end to the global war. rise on al jazeera, there's a wave of sentiment around the world. you would actually want accountability from the people who are running their countries. and i think often people's voice is not heard because it's not part of the mainstream news narrative. obviously we cover the big stories and report on the big events going on, but we also tell the story that people generally don't have a voice. i'm in one child that's never be afraid to put up not a question. and i think that's what actually we're really does. we all the
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questions to people who should be accountable and also we get people to give their view of what's going on. ah camera matheson and tell her the top stories on al jazeera, the u. s. canada zone strikes against iceland have canis done the following thursdays attack outside couple airport that killed at least a 175 people. it happened in the province of eastern. none of the others under has more from washington d. c. was an unmanned air strike against what the u. s. military is calling a iso.


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