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of resources, trade far and wide, indian easier his friends for me, we moved full to grow and frank, we balance for green economy, blue economy, and the digital economy. with the new job creation law, indonesia is progressively ensuring the policy reform to create quality jobs, investment. let be part when denise is broke and progress. invest indonesia now awe british conservative m p. david amos is killed in a knife attack while missing his constituents. a 25 year old man has been arrested . ah, hello and welcome. i'm pete adobe. you're watching out his ear, alive from doha, also coming up a bomb attack in afghanistan targets a. she a mosque during friday. prayers killing more than 40 people. lebanon in morning
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funerals are held in bay roofs after the biggest st battle in more than a decade. and another predominantly black city in the us state of michigan is told it's not safe to drink the tap water. ah, let's get a more on that breaking story. coming to us out of the u. k. where a british member of parliament from the governing conservative party, died today after being stabbed several times. david amos was a veteran member of parliament and was meeting members of the public when a man attacked him. britons prime minister boris johnson, that the tributes to his conservative party colleague. i think all our hearts are full of shock and sadness to day add to the loss of the david. a miss m p who was killed in his constituency. surgery in
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a church after almost 40 years of continuous service to the people of essex and the whole of the united kingdom. and the reason i think people are so shocked and saddened is above all. he was one of the kindest, nicest, those gentle people in politics. and he also had an outstanding record of passing laws to help the most vulnerable are correspondent, not in barber, is in leon. see where the attack took place. nadeem. what are the details? are we learning well peter, what we know from the police is that they have arrested a 25 year old man on suspicion of murder. they say that they were called at just after mid day, local time to an incident here just beyond these police vehicles. if you can see the police tape, that's where the church hollins, where david amos was holding
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a constituency, surgery meeting, members of the public. people who've got problems, people have got questions. he want answers and something that is fairly regular, fairly normal. oh, in this country now david amos himself are actually spoken about how important this type of meeting is. some people were quoted in the local press earlier on as saying they did see somebody, a man walking all running into the church hall. we do not at the moment have any details of the man. he's been arrested or of a motive, but it has clearly shocked people here in the constituency. i've talked to some people who have businesses saying that david amos came to see them to open the shop premises. as they opened up initially, or people who have had dealings such as somebody who baked a cake for his daughter. every body was aware that he was very much appreciated
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around to even by people who didn't support the conservative party. i'm not that codes by tributes that have been paid across the political spectrum in the last few hours. such a job in the health secretary has called david a miss, a great man, a great friend, and a great time he killed while fulfilling his democratic role. but similarly nisa lisa mandy, the shadow, justice secretary. so he shuddered. foreign secretary said she was sending all her love to david's family and friends. it's on imaginable. she says to think what they must be going through and that's really the feeling around the country. the country had been here before in 2016, the labour member of parliament, joe cox, who was a representative for a northern seat, was murdered by a far right supporter just a few days before the referendum. in fact, on leaving the european union at that time, there was talk of
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a polarization of public opinion and right now as well, many people are asking themselves how we've got to a stage where there are constantly death threats and abuse both in real life and online targeting directed towards our elected represent lives, and i guess it'd be fair to say nadeem, one of the, the sad aspects about losing someone like so david amos, i mean it's appalling, the way that he was murdered. but he was an old fashioned conviction. politician, you know, he seemed to believe that words could be weaponized, but he never did that. he tried to convince people of the rightness of his politics by talking to them and trying to convince them. and that's why he was so well liked . and on top of that, he was a hard working family man, strong marriage, either 5 children. y'all closed off in the church where baby
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right? he was a family man, the, the expressions of sympathy for his family, but beyond. but yet he was somebody who was known in the house of commons, forgetting on with people of all different political opinions and for being fairly eloquent. his speeches in parliamentary res issues. but it did that with his heart such as animal rights, and he was also known to be a pro, hold pro life opinions or anti abortion opinions as well. but he was prepared to enter into debates with anybody. and you will, you really have seen tribute to him which are out of the ordinary. it certainly is not the case that all members of parliament just so well respected across the political device, but also the fact yes. so he was saying that he put the emphasis on continuing to
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meet constituents, continue to insist that the public should approach the members of parliament. and that was something which mark him out as well. and it is running while holding a constituency meeting that he was killed. not him thanks very much. not a baba. the correspondent, in li, on sea. we are expecting a press conference from the local police force the essex constabulary. just as soon as that kicks off. we'll bring it to you live if we can here on our to 0, we'll staying with the story. clearly i was joined by alex dean, a conservative commentator who knew. so david amos, he says, members of parliament need now more protection. every one in the conservative party knew him. he was a remarkable land. he worked incredibly hard for his party for his constituents and for people he wanted to get um, something done in politics, he was a doer. and i simply pete, i can't believe that this has happened. i can't believe this happened again. i was
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at a large formal event in the city of london in june 2016 on the day that jo cox died in the event was got all to a close, early by the lord merab london saying in ringing times this was never happened again. and here we are now a short time later we've got to give more security to our members of parliament. but we've also, i think, got to change the way that we speak about them. day to day. we still talk about our politicians as if they are some of the worst people on earth and thing about so david is that he was one of the best. i really got to know him because it every he was saint saint part of the country as me and at every constituency fundraiser. he'd be there, he'd be helping people to raise money for a cause or raise money for a party. he'd want to draw the raffle, he'd want to do the auction. he loved shouting the lot. he's just an incredibly decent guy. i actually can't leave that this has happened. and he's the antithesis of any sorts of a stereotype of the ambitious politician trying to be on the make or make their way
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. he cared so much about his constituents and whoever this person was, why ever they did it. it's awfully unjustifiable. moving on, security source is in afghanistan, so at least $41.00 people have been killed and dozens wounded in an attack on the largest shia mosque in the southern city of kandahar. it was an attack last week on another mosque in the northern city of condos. stephanie decker reports from cobble the explosions ripped through friday. prayers report suggest several suicide bombers were involved in the attack. oh, with the law. there were 3 people, the 1st one into killed the gate keeper. and the remaining to the end of the mosque . they were armed. i opened fire 1st and then all 3 of them detonated themselves together. many of my family members were mounted there. wow! ambulance crews rushed to the scene. casualties mounted. this is the largest shia
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mosque in kandahar. the province is taliban heartland in the south of gaston, the groups birthplace and strongholds. and this significantly the 1st attack of its kind here. but it's the 2nd on a she a place of worship in 7 days. last friday, she a mosque was attacked in conduce in the north east of the country. more than 60 people were killed as they to attended friday prayers. and i so suicide bomber entered and detonated his explosive. among them. there appears to have been an increase in pace and your graphical scope and attacks carried out by iceland, afghanistan over the last couple of weeks or the taliban is always said that it is the only group able to maintain security across the country. with that premise is now being challenged. and despite the taliban saying it had the ice threat under control, just a few days ago, the interior ministry giving a press conference asking taliban fighters to be cautious among their ranks, hinting at concerns of infiltration. the hot de la de la gray bars,
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so that if somebody is found in any of army units linked to i, so let it be known that the unit commander will be interrogated and the unit willoughby dissolved facade. bill. it's 2 months since the taliban took control of the country, having to adapt from insurgency to governance. and despite a diplomatic push abroad, millions of dollars of much needed international donor money are still being withheld. as the international community demands a more inclusive government and the protection of women's rights and those of minorities agencies awarding of the humanitarian catastrophe as the country is running severely low on cash. salaries haven't been paid in months. millions of people don't have enough to eat. and winter is coming all this compounded by an unpredictable security situation with new dynamics at play. stephanie decker al jazeera cobble. russian president vladimir putin hazards regional leaders not to rush to officially recognize the taliban as the new rulers in afghanistan. speaking during a summit of former soviet nations,
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he want the interim taliban government is not a reflection of afghan society as a whole. russia set to host the taliban and other afghan factions for talks on wednesday. news, the booklet that gives us we shouldn't hurry yet to officially recognize the taliban. we understand we have to interact with them, but we must not hurry in this regard, lima, we will discuss it and do consultations. we should, however, maintain the process of the afghan reconciliation and seek the normalization of the situation in this country. now to lebanon, where funerals were being held to day for 7 people killed in beirut, worst street violence in more than a decade. the city was rocked by near constant gunfire for more than 4 hours on thursday, with unidentified snipers on rooftops. it began as a protest organized by his bowler and his allies, demanded the removal of the judge overseeing the investigation into the beirut port explosion. the judge's association has rejected calls to dismiss him. bernard smith is in beirut, with the latest on the blast investigation. and the fallout from yesterday's
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fighting. the most lebanese politicians don't seem to want this investigation to go on. they don't just want derek baton removing from his pros post as the leading, investigating judge that are interested in the investigation going on because it's on billy unveiling and will unveil some dirty secrets. lincoln corruption and lebanese politicians judge retired and only want to speak to politicians allied to his bala. he wanted to speak to a christian general, a kristian politician. he wanted to speak to lebanon's former prime minister hassan deb. so there were a wide range of people he wanted to speak to unless investigation has the broad support of the lebanese population, because they not only want justice for the people who were killed in last year's explosion. but they want this as a demonstration, if you like, that there is still some to some sort of rule of law in lebanon and an ability to hold people accountable. a government is called a day of mornings,
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or most businesses and government offices are closed. as bowler has said that it will not be dragged into a civil war, but a senior leader of the group. hashem. sure. as a field in sad or at the funerals today that we will not that the blood of our martyrs be in vain and has bala has repeated the accusation. that cypress, from the lebanese forces her from the christine lebanese forces party, ambushed. she eyed has bola supporters as they came to a protest in this part of a route i'm in an area that divides a christine neighborhood behind me from a shiite neighborhood. over to the other side, there remains a military presence here. pretty lebanese forces have denied very strongly that they did ambush at these has bowler. supporters still to come on this program for you? ponens controversial law that allows border guards to push back migrants and refugees
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. and a royal tale takes center stage of the london film festival, but just a straight from reality. ah, now for the most part, the heat is easing, the radiant peninsula is actually a thin line of clarity, which many would argue as the autumn front ones that go south. temperatures tend to drop away and stay that way for a few months. but if you look at iraq, 41 in baghdad, you think that still on the high side, and you would be right to think that it is on the high side. but when the wind kicks in, we're back down towards normal. 34 degrees after probably a sandy sand stormy day on sundays at wind kicks up on that frontal system. equally old, in my mind, is what's happening in the north of pakistan. far north west of india and even
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parts of afghanistan as snow arise on sunday and monday with rain, but it stretches all away for the safe and he should not be doing that this time of the year. but more normally, the autumn storm was effecting grease. so friday and saturday by sunday will just be a few showers, at least for those few showers to turkey. so it's of expands itself and i think they come across towards the coast of lebanon and further south as well known shore breeze. becky, cooler in the levant, mostly it's dry now in somali and kenya, part refuse shows what there are masses of shasta in place that got along. cameroon and dia, congo, this looks wet ah, with frank assessments. what's the point of the un if multilateralism isn't part of its dna, we need somewhere where sovereign states can exchange use informed opinions evoke is likely to change biking behavioral. it's not going to change their behavior.
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they're going to continue to do what they do when it's going to be more in trade and less in terms of trying to match over the smaller games mentality. in depth analysis of the days global headlines inside story on al jazeera lou. ah, what shall 0? my name's pete. adobe. your top story. so fought to day the purchase conservative m p. david amos has died helping staff repeatedly. he was beaten members of his own constituency in a church when a man reportedly entered and attacked him. a 25 year old man has been arrested. security source is in afghanistan,
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say at least 41. people have been killed and dozens were wounded. in an attack on the big is she a mosque in the southern city of kandahar? there are unconfirmed reports of 3 exclusions inside. funerals are being held for 7 people killed in beirut, were street violence, and more than 10 years the city was rocked by near constant gunfire from open for hours on thursday, with unidentified snipers on rooftops. you authorities in english speaking. western cameroon, have called for com. after schoolgirl died when the police fired on a car at a check point, a crowd of people later killed the officer responsible. they then carried the girl's body to the governor's office. the incident took place and beware where anglo food separatists have been in conflict with government forces for 4 years of my address has been following that story from a boucher in neighboring nigeria. well, the situation in b is tess and come 10 to the says that a lot of people, i expecting things to flap this is
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a city known for its anti government protests and violence, and it's also the capital of the southwest region of cameroon. remember, these are another region neighboring region, are talking about discrimination against the english speaking can room. and also this is why the birthplace of the embers on the movement is so the situation is come, but a lot of people expect things to flap in the next few days or so. a few years ago, there was a national conference called by long serving precedent for viet autonomy. some kind of latitude has been given to regions with governors, regional governors and ministers to do more in their regions to bring government closer to the people. but for many of the separatists, many of the opposition, especially in english speaking cameras are not happy about this. they believe that things will not work. they want a larger autonomy, larger freedoms, as well as recognition and stop the discrimination against what they call the
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people of dr. regions. and this has been going on for a very long time and negotiation so far seem to have failed on the part of government. and the succession movement of bizarre here that refused to come to the table, those that give up their arms and have moved to the government side. i still complaining of being marginalized on the sidelines, and they were not happy. hundreds of people gathered in bettina foster's capital to pay tribute to the former president thomas sancho on the anniversary of his assassination. it comes to days after the trial of those accused of his murder was postponed. sanker was a revolutionary upon africanist who led the country during the 1980s. the polish parliament today passed a law allowing god to push back migrants refugees at its border. the authorities can also refuse assigned them claims of those who entered illegally. the legislation also supports a plan to build a $400000000.00 border wall. human rights groups accuse poland wanting to legalize
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in humane treatment. boycheck. she build ski as the editor in chief of busy grad insight as a polish political current affairs magazine. he says polish border guards are dealing with a humanitarian crisis. the law does not change much in, in what was happening already on the border border guard. it's based on the government directive where already applying push backs and would ignore the law asylum applications. if they were even petitions on the po side, but that's not necessarily the case. as, as many of the migrants who wanted to get through poland, we're actually traveling, traveling to 2 locations in germany. these are daily buses coming to the border and picking them up whenever they actually make it to, to cross through the green border. so in much actually in a twist, you would say that this is about giving, giving legal grounds for the operations,
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stronger legal operations of a, of the border guards who otherwise are facing real humanitarian crisis. mounting up on the border that people are flown into the bellows and then assisted by the border guards and also abuse according to their reports on the crossing in various unpleasant ways. and also they are put into danger, putting the woods into swamps which are otherwise not, you know, polish cards are not able to control. and several that people, that bodies appeared people off of the people who are lost, where lives were lost because of the low temperatures and, and being lost in the woods, not being picked up by the police guards. a man accused of killing 5 people with bow and arrows in norway has been placed in psychiatric care. a court ordered the 37 year old dane beheld, for at least 4 weeks. he has admitted carrying out the attack on weapons tonight and the tunnel comes burg. please say he was known to have frequently sought medical help. the biden administration has issued
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a report on how it plans to protect american families from the economic risks of climate change. parts of the us have been experiencing extreme weather, including wild fires and hurricanes. in february, a cold snap in texas led to widespread power cuts costing an estimated $10000000000.00 in property damage. the 40 page document comes ahead of the you and climate change conference to be held in scotland next month. our white house correspondent, kimberly help it picks up the story. the biden administration through this plan seeks to show that essentially every aspect of the u. s. economy that touches ordinary lives and also businesses is affected by climate change, whether it be extreme, whether in the form of flooding, drought, even wild fires, that all of this has an economic impact. what the challenge is for the, by the administration of it is of course, putting these words into action and that's where the challenge is for this white
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house, given the fact that they're headed to this un climate summit. and right now what the, by the ministration has is a very good plan, but it needs congress to pass this plan into law in order for these commitments to move ahead. and so that is the problem for this white house. it's fearful that not only may this not get passed, but this may not get past it at all and let alone before this international summit . so this is the challenge. still the white house pushing very hard. in fact, 13 cabinet members will be attending in glasgow. scotland to show the priority that this white house is taking when it comes to climate change. the governor of the us state of michigan is calling for an all hands on deck corresponds to deal with a water contamination crisis. people in benton harbor a majority, blank city being told not to cook, drink, or brush their teeth with their own top portion that comes almost 3 years after lead was found in the cities. punch his john henry in benton
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harbor. the water is brown and people are seeing red get away. last lesson while here. so i don't know what to do. i don't know. for the 2nd time in recent memory, the state of michigan is taking years to clean up lead, tainted drinking water in a majority. black city, when a visitor complained about the water. reverend edward pinkney had it test it and found high levels of lead. he says there's a reason it's taking so long to remove it. environmental recess just to what it if, if oh, a white woman would count was, oh, will you see see her on a camel. we don't know baby, she's cry. and telling me that to lay the destroying her baby, there was a was sent out. the army of fema will be here on the pentagon would be everybody would be here. and yet unresolved has been in less than 6 months. but by a been a black city is a whole different story. 2 years after the majority,
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black town of flint resolved a 5 year long crisis with lead in its water bent and harbors. water is even more toxic. my water sounds bad. does it make you mad? yes, they does not take a bath, then it brush our teeth and run it is, but with us always in the most tainted samples from homes here contained $889.00 parts of lead per $1000000059.00 times the states, 15 parts per 1000000000 limit on thursday, with residents lining up for bottled water, 3 years after the city discovered its taps were tainted, the state announced it would replace all of the cities underground, lead pipes within 18 months. this directive ensures that state government has taken a truly all hands on deck approach. the mayor is careful not to criticize the state leaders who have committed to replace the city's lead pipes. but he too raises the spectre of racial discrimination the entire system. quite honestly. ah,
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sits since his inception from the federal and state level has not been kind and friendly to black people. i think that there's been some headway. ah, but quite honestly, there's a long way to go because of the racial, not just insensitivity, but in justice. the average income here is about $32000.00 a year just above the poverty line for a family of 4. here at lake michigan, the water is lead free. it picks up the lead, as it course is through the cities aging pipes. so there's water everywhere. it's just not safe to drink. so far the city has promises of $18000000.00 of the $28000000.00 it will take to replace all of its lead supply pipes. it will have to find the remaining $10000000.00 somewhere to finish the project on time. in 2023,
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john henderson, al jazeera benton harbor, michigan ill fated marriage with princess diana and prince charles has taken center stage at the london film festival. it's not the 1st time the british royal family has been depicted in a less than complimentary manner. but critics say this person of the story strays wildly from reality. neve baka asked the story gracing the red carpet. kristin stu, it's the latest actor to lay her reputation on the line, playing one of the world's most photograph women, the 2 marriage princess, diana and prince charles has been depicted before alleys. but spencer diana's maiden name is something darkly different. we came at this with such mom and even if everyone had family leaving that report slightly early, we're gonna take it to a police force news conference taking place in south end on see after this starving to death, the murder of the local conservative m p. david amos less listening and get more
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details on what happened. essex place, recall to reports were stabbing in eastwood road north lay unsafe. the response of the emergency services to this incident was immediate and our officers arrived on saint within minutes. when they arrived, they found sir david amy champagne who had suffered multiple injuries. this was a difficult incident by our offices and paramedics from the east of england ambulance service. work extremely hard to save sir david. tragically, he died at the st. i 25 year old man was arrested immediately at the scene on suspicion of murder. he remains in custody. a knife was also recovered at the scene . the investigation is in its very early stages and is being led by officers from the specialist counter terrorism command. we made it clear at the time of the
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incident that we did not believe there was any immediate further threat to any one else in the area. it will be for investigators to determine whether or not this is a terrorist incident. but as always, they will keep an open mind to day is a tragic di for the family and colleagues as to david the community of south ends and indeed for the whole of greater essex. so david has dedicated his life to serving the communities of essex and south end and to day he was simply dispensing his duties. when his life was horrific, lee cut short. i know the residence of essex of south and west will stand with me to day in remembering a member of our community here, essex place offices right across all fours and particularly in south end, i've enjoyed a long standing and positive working relationship with david. and today's events will be hard to take for everyone who knew him specially trained family liaison
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officers are providing support to his family to day.


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