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this is al, to 0 quick version of the top stories for, you know, president joe biden has told the cop 26 summit, the u. s. is committed to action on climate change. more just words, vikings proved to world leaders have washington is once again, a reliable partner. us temporarily left the 2015 parish, screaming center for president stone, trump. and chief antonio tara shall spoke at the opening of the summit, warning that the world is digging its own grave. said promises made by government so far, lags credibility and 5000000 people. i died from cove at 19. that number comes from johns hopkins university. but the world health organization estimates the actual figure could be almost 3 times higher than health authorities suggest. let's take you back to our top story now. cope 26. joining us to discuss this so
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from medford is kelly simms gallagher. she's a professor of energy and environmental policy and the director of the climate policy lab at tufts university. and it's good to have you with us only user. it doesn't look good this or does it major players like president c and putin on they're the ones who are aren't given themselves, particularly ambitious targets. are you concerned this? well, i am a little bit concerned that that of the targets that have been announced, ah, many of them are quite untethered to concrete, domestic action plans at home a serve. for example, while we've had new announcements from russia and saudi arabia, that they will achieve. net 0 by 2060. they don't have an action plan for how they're going to get from, you know, where they are today and 202-1220. 60. and even if you look at the united
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states, i think president biden has the very best of intentions, but everybody knows now that the main component of his action plan are forgetting the us on track to achieving its 2030 target was not embraced by congress. i, so even the united states has work to do to get a domestic policy plan in place to achieve their targets. the sort of shoots be happening here because as you say in the u. s. i mean, the president biden's behind change, but it's of the representatives, the congress men and women and senators, who appeared to be reluctant to do anything to take action against this climate emergency. what would you like to see happening in a bit tackle with this? well, what i would like each head of state to be doing in their speeches over the next 24 hours or so is not only announcing new updated more ambitious targets for the near
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term for 2025 or 2030. but also announcing how in fact they plan to meet those targets at home. one of the challenges with global environmental treaties is that they typically lack enforcement mechanisms. so we rely heavily on the transparency of the different member states. to explain how they're going to achieve their, their commitments. so it's not enough to just announce new targets and time tables, but, but it's also necessary to explain to the world how your country is going to to meet its commitments. oh some, at least, i mean, what's the point of all this? like you said, people aren't held to these targets. and as we've seen from the american example, it just takes one election to unzip anything pledged at conferences like this. i mean, how do you enforce pledges like this is that even possible?
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well, i think there's a very important point to all of this, which is bad by having these negotiations. it forces leaders to confront, you know, their records. right. and before they can go to these negotiations, they need to understand whether or not their country is on track. so i think there's a very strong forcing mechanism that occurs because the, the leaders start to realize, oh, my country's down on track. i need to redouble my efforts on to get on track and you know, so that i can make an announcement at these negotiations. and indeed, at the negotiations, i think they are held to account in the court of public opinion because everybody is evaluating whether or not you know, the, the pledges that are being made are, are, are real and likely to be likely to be enforced. and in each countries domestic arena
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. okay, great to get your thoughts. thank you very much. indeed sir. kelly simms gallagher that professor of energy and environmental policy at tufts university. we do appreciate it. thanks. and i, jerry and i were at least one person is dead after a twins who am stowing building collapsed in legals is believe 50 people still trots inside. officials have been trying to demolish a retrofit unsafe buildings. more than a 3 of them have been demolished. this year of his address is following the story from neighboring chad. what we know so far is that 2 people have been pulled out alive fast on the scenes while ambulances and emergency workers, but there was nothing much they could do. they tried to dig through the rubble with their bands until this hour, 1518 minutes ago when heavy duty machinery started coming into that area of lagos, which is
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a high brow residential and commercial estate in may go city. and then the work started in earnest, looking at the rebel, the mountain of rebel. they in fact, needed much more bigger heavy duty commit to move the rebel in order to access the people who have been trapped inside the building. now it's not clear exactly how many people have been trapped and emergency workers are really silent about the number of people who have been killed because of this disaster. lagos is no stranger to this disaster. respecting the construction code has always been a difficult situation in lagos enforcement, despite enforcement such contravention, continue not only in lagos, but across the switches, the nigeria, people bribe officials to look the other way. while the they go screaming things and making construction or constructing poorly built structures in lagos, eventually the structure is collapsing and killed and lot of people, every, yeah, we read your stuff,
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such incidences. you have any government sources say who few missiles strikes, of killed at least 3 people, and injured at 28 others in the murder of province. the tax returns to the district . size of the city of modern seas began their personal take control of the rich province. 2 months ago, mounted this last stronghold of the internationally recognized governments strikes on sunday, full and $0.09 from the fighting led coalition that it had killed within $200.00 who fees. in march of this week, us supreme court, his hearing arguments about an abortion law and texas the regulation effectively, benz terminations. well it's a feasible heartbeat is detected. well, it's been an effect since september hundreds, 5 since people protested against that across the country. the justice department says it violates alarm want will inform 1973. well in, rambo is a retard professor of law at texas,
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and i'm university law school showing us not from pennington, new jersey. and it's good to have you with us on the news or just explains is why you think of the case that the supreme court is considering. mine is so significant . well the case that the court is considering out of texas has to do with a really unusual way of avoiding court review that texas has a gauge. can they created private lawsuit that can be brought by people against anyone participating in a person, a woman getting in a horse meaning learned that was the issue that was before the supreme court today . and this kind of procedure could be transferred to stop court litigation against the exercise of other constitutional rights. so it has some applicability even outside the context of abortion said, i guess my question is why,
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why has this texas low even go as far as it goes? why should the supreme court, when it's clearly and controversial, a women's, a women's rights constitutional rights to have an abortion? this is guaranteed by that very famous will be weight case. this would appear on the face of it to be completely in contravention to that yes, it is. it's deliberately in violation. what the supreme court has previously decided. what makes this particularly unusual is that many states who very much disagreeing with a woman's right to an abortionist, as spoken about by the supreme court. haven't acted these laws out of frustration with their anti abortion constituencies who disagree. and so they have pass laws previously that the federal courts read on, you know,
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regularly enjoying and stop from proceeding. so texas came up with this sort of one might call it maniacal way of banning abortion and keeping it out of the court system. and so what happens is the abortion providers are scared to go forward because they could get sued by individuals under the texas law and would face so many lawsuits in so many damages that they couldn't continue operating. and in fear of that they've stopped. and there has been no one to be able to go into court to have the law ruled unconstitutional sense. so it has a lot the way that the, the law was set up that makes this so unusual because i, of course, abortion really is a very divisive issue, but not just in the u. s. i mean, worldwide also, but that the peep peculiar rallied. se peculiar ices of the american system mean
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that you know, it's the supreme court that really does have an awful lot of swaying this. given that the supreme court has already said, look at, we've decided this. women have the right to termination dead. people are unhappy with it, but is the way it sits at to overturn this? is it by continually just bringing more court cases or does this have to be done in congress? i mean, what's the way forward here for people who want this change? is it through the courts, or is it through a new legislation since own do that? well, i think from the perspective of the anti abortion folks, it's anywhere and they can get some traction. i mean, the reality is, is that we now have a conservative supreme court, and there is a case from mississippi that's going to be argued on december 1st. that address is the core issue of whether or not the supreme court is going to continue to recognize a woman's right to terminate a pregnancy. the in that case,
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they will decide whether to overturn roe vs wade and planned parenthood versus casey. but simultaneously, texas has come up with this ingenious, if you wanna put it that way, way of keeping the court system out of ruling these laws unconstitutional. and you know, on some level, they have done that for political reasons because they're trying to make a statement of conservatism, an anti abortion politics in passing, that kind of law. okay, thank you so much for joining us there from new jersey lyn. rambo. they're retired professor at the texas a and m universal law school. thank you. thank you. falls our clothing in the next star in south africa, the local elections. the vote is expected to be the toughest contest. yes. for the ruling african national congress party. some paul suggest the
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a and c will when less than half of the votes for the 1st time, and may even lose control of some of the country's largest municipalities. if the facing growing discontents overrun the infrastructure and social inequality from either miller has more and i form so little more than 26000000 south africans have registered to vote in the local elections. but by the middle of the day, just under 4000000 had actually cost their balance. and that's what analysts say is of concern that they could be potentially a low voter turnout. however, of those that did come out to vote, they are a number of issues that they want dealt with. and this is what some of them have to say. my important issues, small, the normal is the service delivery. it's potholes. it's the streetlights not working. it's a lot shooting, infecting so heavily on economy. it's been 13 years that we've seen experienced
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power cuts in south africa. so it will be, it would be good to actually not only hear of the how long this will continue, but what would be, what would be the plane in bringing in bringing it to an end. political parties are vying for control of major cities and municipalities. 15 years ago, the governing african national congress had an easy majority. since then their popularity has way and then might explain why some people are staying away from the polls in protests against a government. they say is failing them less now is an opportunity for many of the smaller parties to gain ground. analysts say the african national congress may not get the majority that needed to this time round, and it's likely that coalition governments will be formed in major urban centers in south for they are areas in the country where people have stayed away from the polls. even try to block people from voting. they haven't been any major incidence,
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but before the african national congress, this really could be a heads of national elections in terms of the difficulties it's facing. they are internal battles, and this really would speak potentially to the leadership role of president rama. and whether or not people have faith in the party. and the president change house to nepal now, which is struggling after several days of flooding and devastating lance lives. when 100 people have been killed and homes and crops have been destroyed, se landslides, the more common in the himalayan region, as rains become more intense and glaciers melt. greases, registering nearly $400.00 migrants rescued for may turkish flagged cargo ship santori to distress signal off the coast of crete. it was lights doke on the island . of course, on sunday, athens as accuse don cra, violating a deal, so migrants crossing to its islands 3 says one of the main boots into europe for
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asylum seekers arriving from turkey. al jazeera is celebrating its 25th anniversary, jamal l shell. fix to look back at the history of the media network, circles and dangers. it's based on the time of its launch in 1996 all to 0 was seen by many as merely a drop in a media ocean dominated by mostly western news channels and outlets 25 years later that drop has caused ripples the world over forcing a synonymy of change across the globe before al jazeera launch. the arab world enjoyed little if any media freedom, citizens from iraq to mauritania, were told what to think and say, through state own channels that focused on, glorifying their leaders, was ignoring the concerns of ordinary people. but when the channel began broadcasting under the slogans of the opinion and the other opinion and the voice
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of the voiceless, it's on the respect and recognition of millions and it's viewership rocketed. while most media outlets were embedded with american and british forces during the occupation of iraq odyssey were reported, the otherwise untold story of the human cost of the war as it had done before and a gun is done. but this came at a heavy price. odyssey ra journalists were injured, arrested, and even killed. among them thought of a you who was killed by us strike on the capital. baghdad illegally occupy palestine al jazeera has always been present. it's cameras broadcasting the daily struggles of palestinians living under is radio occupation, correcting a narrative that had previously failed to tell that side of the story killed by the israeli army. from the 2nd intifada to the attack on an 8th flotilla headed to the besieged, gaza strip. and until the recent war in 2021, the network has reported the story from all sites and angle. again,
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this resulted in its offices in gaza, being bombed this time by the israeli army, live on t v. in early 2011, the networks muscle being the voice of the voiceless, crystallized, arab capital of the arab capital, erupted with anger. and millions of people took to the streets, demanding freedom, justice and a better life. these are the people i'll do. 0 was on the ground reporting live while local, regional, and even some international channels failed to acknowledge the historic protests that became known as the arab spring. all the while the network remained loyal to its other motto, giving error time to everyone, including the regimes that were cracking down on their own people. in 2017, and a testament to how influential al jazeera had become a blockade on that was imposed by egypt. saudi arabia, bahrain, and the united arab emirates, they insisted the channel must be shut down for the blockade to be lifted. a demand
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rejected by cutters leader whose country hosts then that's work. so you're not going to shut down. i'll just know when i the country's ruler sticking to the commitments made by his father on the day the channel was launched back in 1996 and rest assured the channels freedom will not be restricted politically. it'll be a platform for every opinion. what started off as an arabic language channel 25 years ago is now a global media network that includes 5 different channels. several websites and a plethora of digital platforms, all have cemented themselves as leaders in their field. all of them seeking the human story and striving to speak truth to power. a quarter of a century has passed and what was once described by form, adrian dictates. office knew about it as a tiny much box, is now a global media empire whose flame continues to burn as a beacon of free press in a region that has never needed its more jamal. i say, yell jazeera though. ha,
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we've got the sport next for you. here on al jazeera, including the latest from the t 20 world, col, england charge toward the semi finals. ah a ah
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ah. oh. a for the for here's how i thank you so much. we start with football and primarily club tottenham are searching for a new manager after sacking. nuno esvito as santo is 4 months into the job. the portuguese is paying the price for
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a disappointing start to the season. spurs are languishing down in 8th. the move follows taught him 3 last to manchester, united at the weekend antonio county has emerged as fate route to be the next manager at spurs county, most recently managed inter mall and to the fairy title and guided chelsea to primary the crown in 2017. 0, there is no doubt you knew of a huge challenge and he put back to your pin football rider than hayward i think is a huge challenge because service we suppose have been in decline now for some time since patina left the club. you know, he had an amazing spell 5 years in charge and just great success. no quiet getting them on the line in terms of petrosky. but getting them all the way to a temperature final 2nd place in the premier league. you know, top 3 finishes for 3 consecutive seasons and taught them a long, long way from that now. and i think you look back to put tina and his constant
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quotes about how it was important to to strengthen the team as well. i don't think talking with them that he said about, you know, how turn him had a peachtree house, but now they need the furniture and you know, in a hint, you know, squad, strengthening and play recruitment. i don't think talk them taking the chance to, you know, replace plasma who left the club and to strengthen the team as needed. and that will be a challenge for the next manager. he comes in and i think they'll be assurances requested by whoever takes charge, that money will be spent as well. that's a challenge for daniel leaving the total board and the new manager to come in or the salon star. sergio where has reportedly been diagnosed with an irregular heartbeat. the high forward experiences, chest pains and breathing problems during barcelona match. on saturday,
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the 33 old fell to the ground and was treated by medical staff on the field before going to hospital for a cardiac exam. a guerra will have further tests in the coming days to determine the full extent of the problem. a spoke to her uses for professor and cardiology at university hospital, wales screens players for a number of professional clubs and the welsh national team. see for you a friend will the major for both parties to mandate of that lead footballers undergo regular screening assessments and by and large, these are very good, very useful. and we do identify certain wager abnormalities. but it's important to, to, to, to mentioned that no screening program will ever be able to identify an inch deep. all problems will always be a small fraction of patients who the screening programs haven't identified. because, you know, some of these problems can be sub clinical. i normally get manifested when players
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are in on the big screen on the big arenas them are to start to do. hydrated drennan levels may be a little bit high and lat triggers. assumption grabbed amenities good by and large . the are the screening programs that we have in place at the moment? are she quite robust? the houston astros have kept the world series alive with a thrilling, come back when against the atlanta braves thinking. 5, the answers got off to rough starting georgia, falling for nothing behind. in the 1st inning, they rallied after that and eventually managed to get ahead in the 5th. from there they went on to seal it 95. i have to do it all over again in game 6 in houston on tuesday with atlanta. phil leading and best of 7 series 3 games to to, to say, no, we're pre call. the pitching that was executed very well to lay bats game alive. so hopefully our is a star for ha street going to houston. i'll take it anywhere i get. i mean, i don't care where we're at. i mean, if we win world series, it
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a matter me where it is. i mean, i'd love to done it for our fans. hopefully we can do it the next couple days. england have all the qualified for the semi finals of the t 20 a world cub in the way even after losing 3 early wickets. england recovered to post a 163 runs from their 20 overs. opening batsman, john butler scored his 1st century in t 20 internationals and he brought up the milestone with the very last fall of the innings. in reply sri lanka, we're looking okay midway through there one chase till they lost their final 5 wickets. and just 13 deliveries england winning i 26. right. okay, and that is all your sport pronounce, holla, back to you. thank you very much indeed. affordable that is it from me on the scene here until about a colleagues in london are standing by a 4 year marion. the mossey will be with you on the other side of the break. when you more from the cult 26. and of course,
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