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is west dying, so we never know when an opening is going to come. when a fruit vendor is going to emulate themselves and say enough is enough. my life for democracy on how to 0. a lot of the stories that we cover a highly complex, so it's very important that we make them as understandable as we can as al jazeera correspondence. that's what we strive to do. ah . on the eve of the 1st anniversary of the war, integrity, ethiopian government declares a state of emergency. ah, hello, i'm marianne demising, london in watching algae 0 also coming up on the program. major commitments a cop $26.00 world leaders, pledge to slash methane emissions and reverse deforestation
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on mclaughlin gloves. go where the british prime minister said that he's cautiously optimistic, but as worn a so a more way to go to secure a deal at least 19 people. a dad dozens wounded. the taliban blames isolate fighters for 2 explosions in kabul and palestinian families fighting, forced eviction, reject a compromise from israel supreme court ah . law, welcome to the program. on the 1st anniversary of these saw to the war integrity, the ethiopian government has now declared a state of emergency, the prime minister, abbe ahmed, as called on all ethiopians to take up arms against the decry and fighters. they claim to have captured towns on the highway leading to the capital,
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addis ababa. that's been disputed by the government. the rebels are demanding the central government and what they call a siege. that's blocking aid into the northern region. brianca gupta now reports a new frontier. and if you're pure swore rebels antigua, i say, the advancing further south towards the capital, addis ababa. the federal government has declared alecia wide state of emergency. we are prime minister abbey amad, has asked all if your parents to mobilize and fight back against the rebels to see him enough, a 1000 all. there are many challenges, but i can tell you with certainty, and without a doubt we will score a comprehensive victory in just a few days. the rebels from the northern te gray state say they have seized the town. so does say on comm, bolger which are in the neighboring, i'm her estate. the 2 are on a major highway leading to the capitol. the federal government has disputed those
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claims. we have to make sure that our children are not dying from anger and is that we should we have to make sure that the access to that was the buyout. so we'll do what it takes to make sure that the seat is broken. if it's monica unplugged, it it takes to protect the seat. we will the united states has warned the t grey people celebration front all the t p a left against any such move. let me be clear, we oppose any 'til. f moved at us, or any attempt by the t p o to besiege out us. there are concerns that violence could escalate with the green rebels. joining forces with the oral more liberation army, and arms group in the region surrounding the capitol artists. there is a new marriage of convenience alliance between at least a faction of the or i'm on the gratian front. and i love it because the abby has managed to alienate d o the,
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including some em harass. so he is really increasing the isolated and that he be allowed to use, trying to take advantage of that situation as well as olay and a sound lease like these were being the highest price for the shifting bat lines of if he'll be us war that's dragged on for nearly a year, more than 2 and a half 1000000 people have been forced to leave their homes and around $400000.00 or under bring a family, bianca cooper of 0. will united nations has spoken out about this, urging and immediate end to the violence to enable the delivery of life saving humanitarian aid. we have been in touch with the officials in ethiopia, and the secretary general himself has spoken repeatedly with prime minister abbey ahmed, a to see what can be done to bring the violence or to a halt. and,
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and also of course, to allow for the full skill return, urge of humanitarian assistance, or to the places that need it, including places like mckelly and a far as co lifetime. now, tim hannon, val, in dough horn. mom at the state of emergency comes after more claims from the t p l f that they are capturing crucial towns further south towards the capital, addis ababa? what? what does this state of emergency indicate about the government's ability to deal with that? but maryan or the state of emergency is an indicator of the, of the, the, the grave loss of the situation. or because this is the time when the government, remember, the government has called on all citizens in our, the sub about, even in the rest of the country to register the weapons that are in their possessions. and we have seen waves and waves of civilians. some of them very young
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being sent to the front line over the last several months. or whenever the rebels advanced to words the capital or the subtler. and also this is a time when the government, because of that state of emergency could really, you know, you know, the punish anyone who refuses to take up arms and go to the front line. so it's a, it's a, it's a, it's a very, it's a very dangerous moment. and also it's more dangerous when we remember that the government is not as united within itself, as we see it on the surface of it, because it has just been sworn in. and it's made up of her at least 2 main blocks. one of them is dominated by the or more the other is dominated by the am. hara. and we know about the animosity and the frictions between the 2 sides are for a long time. now, the amount of fighters also are, you know, fighting, trying to push towards the capital. they are now linking and, you know,
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joining ranks with the year. the t great fighters at this means that very soon, if the government air doesn't step up its efforts, this means that very soon are the capitalized, isabella could be completely besieged and so into what does that mean for the position of the government, particularly prime minister abbey a, an it, is there an expectation that it, this could result in his, at that he could be forced from office. it's not. this is not something that i can predictor at the moment, but we know that he was sworn and only a month ago, we know that there is a lot of unhappiness regarding his policies and his promises. his opponents. many people accusing him of reneging on his promises because he promised the national dialogue. he said, the government that will be in control after or after the elections will be a government of national unity and it will, it will be the result of negotiations and of
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a national conference or something like that. it didn't happen at the people who are with him in this government. it's not like the situation before the prosperity party was founded by him. the situation now is that the government is made up of individuals who claim to be representing large constituencies. but there are also contact claims that they are only representing themselves. this is not the ciocca a few years ago when the government was made up of a coalition of parties, each policy representing different region. now, the main party, the party ruling, the country, is made up of individuals who happen to have common interests, political interests, and that makes it dangerous. anytime. because of this economy situation, both the countries is witnessing, remember, said to one embassies on cassius, across the world, each open embassies were closed down because of the economic problems. we have seen
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images from the front line where soldiers and paramilitary individuals have no shoes on their feet at all of that economy factor, combined with the frictions in the political in the political make up of the, of the government. combined with this looming siege bibles from the north and from the west, could really cause a lot of trouble for it. thank you. 100 val, and doha. ah, now you as president joe biden, calls it again, changing commitment. the pledge by more than 80 countries to slash methane emissions by 30 percent. by the end of the decade, the agreement was announced on day 3 of cop tiny sex, just aus before while theda switching to leave glasgow. it's the 2nd of 2 major
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commitments. the other being a 100 countries are going to reverse deforestation also by the end of the decade and diplomatic ada, sir james bay's reports now from glasgow. this is one of the main causes of the climate crisis. humans have for centuries raised at the world's forests, which naturally protect the planet by absorbing carbon dioxide bots, an agreement to cop $26.00 if the words are matched by action could be a breakthrough. more than a 100 nations have pledged to reverse deforestation by 2030, for us to have a potential to reduce, reduce carbon globally by more than one 3rd, by more than one 3rd. so we need to approach this issue with the same seriousness of purpose. as d carbon eyes in our economies fraud out of thought importance. but i me another leader, the president of brazil, the country with half the planets tropical forests. jerbill sanara also supported
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the initiative in a video statement. even though act of his say, the destruction his sword during his term. in addition to the announcement on forest, another important development, a new initiative to cut methane levels, again signed by over a 100 countries. by the year 2030 methane doesn't stay in the atmosphere as long as carbon dioxide, but it's 80 times more potent in warming the earth. despite some positive developments, there is still war is about a lack of ambition from those gathered here. frankly speaking, there is no dignity to a slow and painful death. you might, as obama island, instead of making us suffer only to witness our slow and fateful demise. leaders of the g. 20. we are drowning. and our only hope is the life ring you are holding. that theme of the western nations not doing enough, was again reflected when representatives from more than 20 african countries called
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for more support for the continent. the un secretary general antonio good terrace, has warned. the divisions between the developed and developing world could completely derail this vital summit. james bay's al jazeera glasgow, and our environment at a tenant clark is also that teen key pages unveiled. it ain't glasgow, nick, what's there? was the reaction ben while we're at the end of the lead is section the opening section of this summit. so the negotiation started on is to marble and left his empty handed have, as you say, a 2 key announcements, one on methane, one on deforestation both crucial in the fight against climate change. more than a 100 world lead is backing me till deforestation plan. and that represents 85 percent of global forest and is james just alluding to in his package and his film, a big part of the signatories of brazil where vast stretches of calls of the amazon have been just chopped down fall sways have just been
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a raise and some raised eyebrows about that because jr pulse in our back says plan at, but he's also back. he moves in congress for further mining for further deforestation . further, line clearances, and that's the main concern. how this $19000000000.00 will be implemented? how will they focus? it's how will they manage it, how will they police it? now, $1700000.00 of that amount has been provide for in that pledge for indigenous people . and that's where we're going now, because i'm very pleased to say we can speak to the chief crockery who's the of the, what the church nation in, southern guiana, forrest people who know the forest well. and so this $1700000.00, i presume you well commit. are you confident that it's going to be managed? well, okay. for the fall, i'm here got 26 because of the concern of new up and people. we are concerned about the impacts of climate genes on other extractive activities that is contributing
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for the impacts of clemency. so i'm here to demand of my government and government to legally recognize you watch. and there's dairy, i cannot ask or request any more, i'm demanding that they're legally recognized, utilize. and not only the learned, but to bring up the region, which is the legislation that pertains to indigenous peoples up to international standards in line with the united nations declaration rates of indigenous peoples. ok. so this money that's being provided for now, that chunk of it will come to you. so is that something is going to help you in that effort to convince the government? well, if it does come to me to us directly, definitely can help us with what is the process, what this system that is going to be used to make sure that this money comes down to the indigenous people directly. which can help us in making sure that the work
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they're very properly managed. of course we going to need the finances to make this happen. saw since 992. now we have started or the government, the international community started making commitments. and at the same time making commitments, we started big or says the whole day, we are deeper into the whole because of the systems that have been put in place in terms of legal recognition for indigenous rates and the system of hold. the money flow is no, right. tell me what you've seen in your lifetime. seen happened to the forest around you. how bad is it be? when i was a real guy, when it was a young guy, i enjoyed hunting, fishing, interacting with the community because the forest is our supermarket. it's that we're hospital, or university is or everything. this is where we get everything from the d. you saw as much more hot floods are happening much more than it used to be before,
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which affects our very way of finding food to put on the table for kids and for fun . and no because of this system that we as what some people have, we have found that because of the main and activities that is happening in the territory there. busy is there are women who are tested positive with mercury contamination, which is way above the world health requirements. the level of world has organizational requirements. so that is a concern or well, we'll have to leave that, which we have more time to talk her chief crockery. but we do appreciate you being wishing well and your battles here. it called 26. thanks very much indeed. okay, just to say before i go brush johnson hell the press conference bit early. he said that he was cautiously optimistic about the outcome here, but nobody should take it for granted his right to be cautious about it. because i've been reading that china is pushing back against the aim of limiting the temperature rise to 1.5 degrees celsius. they want to stay with 2 degrees celsius,
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which is where the, the top end of the paras agreement, which science says, is now too high. such are the battles ahead. thank you very much for putting it into context for is our environment and is in the cloud reporting from call 26 and glasgow. thank you, nick. in watching al jazeera life from london still ahead on the program. fishing in troubled waters. the seafood industry fears. what's next on the menu, despite a french government backed down, ah hello there, there's a bit of an east west divide when it comes to temperatures across europe. at the moment. we've got warm conditions being felt across eastern europe, stretching up into scandinavia, where the temperature is sitting above average. but in the west it is feeling cooler. we've got a northerly wind blowing down and that's bringing temperatures down with it. but
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there's plenty of wet and windy weather to be found. we've got this band of rain pushing up across the baltic states moving into sweden, bringing rain to ukraine, as well as bela bruce and western parts of russia. now further south across those central areas that is looking lot finer a lot dryer, but it's the south of europe. that's once again, been battered by the wet and windy weather. fast low pressure. we got heavy rain moving into france, snow for switzerland and severe storms once again across italy, around those central areas as well as in the northwest. by the time we get into thursday, it's gonna be croatia and bosnia and herzegovina that see some of those torrential downpours. and we could see some flooding from that, whether that is working its way further east, across the balcony. it's not any here that we are seeing the heavy rain northern areas of germany getting a real drenching. it's going to be a wet. we can't in berlin at 7 degrees. ah.
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ah, 25 years ago, a 2 part documentary series, 25th anniversary. challenges you with killing the story of the channels and became recognized global brand. ah, the story of algebra. but unique po lou. ah, ah, welcome back. main stories. now. if you appears government has declared
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a nation wide state of emergency is fighting against to grind, rebels continues, they say they're in control of 2 towns on a major highway leading to the capital, addis ababa, and more than a 100 nations of pleasure to reverse deforestation within the next decade at the un climate summit in glasgow leaders also agree to cut levels of methane emissions by 30 percent. now to afghanistan, where at least 19 people have been killed in an attack on the capital, kabul dozens more were wounded in 2 large explosions, followed by gunfire near a military hospital. while there's been no immediate claim of responsibility for this. witnesses say i sell fighters entered the hospital and clashed with security forces? charlotte balice reports now from campbell. oh, when a cool consensual cobble and telephone security forces run towards the side of an explosion, smoke leads them towards dalton military hospital,
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across the road from the now abandoned us embassy. one device was decent, aged at the hospital entrance, allowing attackers to move in. 20 minutes later, a 2nd exploded inside the compound. this man films from inside the hospital repeating, god have mercy on us. as he watches the attack take place. people shelter where they can is fire from the explosions, burn and gunman move between buildings. dozens of others managed to reach the back of the hospital, compound watchtowers, insecurity, wolves that were meant to keep them safe in size. now the biggest obstacle to escape above afghani was helicopters, circles flown by pilots from the previous government were now part of the telephone's defense hello. responded by sending the special forces to the size of the attack after the 1st explosion created quite
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a large cord and around with the tech has taken places spread. it gum far has continued throughout the afternoon. so could if there were 2 explosions and 6 attackers and all of them were killed because the security forces of the tunnel banner in the area and our special battery units here who are very quick opperation . the whole area is now under our control the telephone nor houses secure the military hospital because they know its weaknesses. they attacked themselves 10 years ago. i suffices also targeted the hospital in 2017. then they dressed as doctors to evade security. more than 100 people were killed and injured. i saw his challenge, the tele bonds hold on security since it came to power in august. the group is carried out 4 major bombings and killed hundreds of civilians. the worst was a cavalier port. tens of thousands of people evacuated. the last, foreign military forces withdrew. the main thing that people really much need and
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one from tally about was the grip over the security. and the last, if they lose that grip and security increase as i think it will somehow a discrete taliban presents in the power the telephone has downplayed the threat of isolate. the group is getting hotter to ignore taliban casualties. and mounting as i saw targets its members, particularly in eastern provinces. still in cobble television members respond like the previous government would have just a few months ago. the sit up a large colon to protect the public special forces and a cover deployed intelligence units. gather evidence that people here are hoping for more stop to attacks altogether. charlotte bellis o. jazeera cabal. at least 10 people have been killed in an attack in between a facile. this happened on monday in the north of the country near the border,
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with nazir for other people have been kidnapped. troops have been deployed to the area and a search is also now underway. the you as mission in the central african republic, was accused security for his of, of an opening fire. on unarmed peacekeepers. the u. n. says egyptian peacekeepers suffered heavy fire from presidential gods when they arrived at the airport in bungie on monday. at least 10 of them were injured. government has denied the accusations. now, palestinians fighting against forced eviction from their homes unoccupied. east jerusalem have rejected a compromise plan. israel supreme court proposed that the families be allowed to stay in their shaft gerra homes for 15 years. but that meant recognizing a jewish satler organisation as the owners of the land. harry force reports from occupied east jerusalem. the families of shakira had been given a month to consider
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a compromise deal on their fate. on tuesday they returned their decision. no, no, i had that. how you said that we rejected the proposal by the israeli supreme court, which would have rendered as protected tenants at the mercy of settled organizations. we stand fan and i refusal to compromise on our rights. the homes were awarded to palestinian refugee families under jordanian rule in the 1950s. but a jewish settler organization claims it has ownership rights over the land. a claim endorsed by israeli court rulings rather than issue a final verdict. the supreme court had wanted the families to accept protected tenancy status for up to 3 generations while they continued to make their own ownership case. some saw it as worthy at least of consideration. but the final decision is to fight on in a case that's become emblematic of the palestinian struggle, plumbing that money. we hope that everyone who supported us for the beginning will keep doing so, so that we don't end up on the street. if the court rules that we will be evicted
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low the several weeks in april and may this year, it felt as though the small neighbourhood was the epicenter of the palestinian israeli conflict. the case was one of the triggers for the round of hamas rocket fire that marked the start of this year's garza war legal experts say that the fact of the court was pushing this deal so hard is a signal that it's aware that a final verdict is likely to go against the palestinian families and such a final decision is one that would come with huge political sensitivity. the question now if such a verdict comes down, will it be enforced by is really government under significant u. s. pressure to leave the families in their homes. inevitably, there will be a coalition crisis. there will be a change in government, or there will be a terror attack. a double digit casualties in which the blood lust of certain elements in israel is aside, will soar, and they will be evicted. israel's legal and political establishment had been keen
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to turn the temperature down and shook dura, at least for a while. instead it me about to start heating up again. hurry, faucet al jazeera, occupied east jerusalem. now france appears to have backed off from sparking a full blown trade war with the u. k. o. the fish in person talks will be held this week with the french holding off on imposing threat a threatened series of sanctions. that is alexi o'brien reports from northern france. many in the industry are struggling with the uncertainty mid morning and bill on you sir mer, and the fishing boats returned with their catch. but for many, it's smaller than usual. yes. would you please or chuck fish ward let's but we have to put up with this. we don't have any choices for the past 10 months. we have not been able to make a living. get old wasn't given a license to fish in british waters, even though he says he's been working in them for years. his boat didn't have the required tracking equipment to prove that. and the paperwork he provided was
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rejected. french officials are infuriated saying dozens of vessels weren't given the licenses expected by british authorities. president emmanuel crohn threatened a series of sanctions if the dispute wasn't resolved, but hours before a deadline, he said he held off negotiations are continuing. some here are frustrated by that decision saying france should have been more aggressive. others believe the measures could have backfired good on it. will that fishing here is often a family affair, and patience is wearing thin passmore. honestly, i don't understand them. the give me a license, but i don't go often to their withers. i would've prefer them to give it to my brother worked, reese, been 80 percent of his time there. it's means i have the right to it, but my brother doesn't. it is to lay said solomon, frances, biggest fishing port have lost half of their income. you some or more, were at
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a dead end in relation to fish. we've been living with this uncertainty for years while the british decided to stay in or leave the european union solutions need to be found and they need to stop playing with the economy and the lives of those who work in the fishing industry. like the u. k. denies, it's acted unfairly. it's welcomed frances move to pause sanctions calling it a major de escalation. the you case breaks it minister david frost to set to travel to paris on thursday for more talks. rubashaw. i think i hope that people will be smart enough to find an agreement. we are depending on the politicians. we have nothing left to do by the way, but it has already been 10 months and it's a lot. fishing makes up less than one percent of either country's economy, but for this community, it's vital, and they need answers soon. alexia bryan, al jazeera, bologna, so mer northern france. the internet company,
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yahoo as withdrawing from china, says the increasingly challenging business and legal environment makes operating there too difficult to withdraw. coincides with new legislation owners, china's personal information protection law. it controls what data companies can gather and how it's stored. yahoo joins a long list of social media and technology companies that no longer operate in china. ah. so quick look at the main stories now. if yo yos, government is declared a nation wide state of emergency as fighting against to cry in rebels continues. coming on the eve of a year since fighting broke out in the northern region, fight to say they are now in control of 2 towns on a major highway leading to the federal capital. there are concerns the fighting could now escalate with the 2 great people's liberation front. joining forces with
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another arm group, the aroma liberation army. the u. s. envoy to the horn of africa denounced the.


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