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crisis, what crisis own al jazeera, the stage is said, and it's time for a different approach. one that is going to challenge the way you think from international politics, to the global pandemic and everything in between. upfront with me walk, lamont, who on out 0 ah, on the eve of the 1st anniversary of the war, integrity, ethiopians, government declares a state of emergency. ah, no, i'm marian demising, london, you're watching al jazeera, also coming up on the program. major commitments at cock $26.00 wild leaders pledge to slash methane emissions and reverse deforestation. at least 19 people are dead and dozens have been wounded. the taliban blames isolate fighters for 2 explosions in carmel and palestinian families, fighting, forced eviction, reject
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a compromise from israel supreme court. ah, well welcome to the program on the eve of the 1st anniversary of the start of the war integrity, the ethiopian government has declared a state of emergency, a prime minister, abby, i am, it has called on all ethiopians to take up arms against the to grind fighters, they claim to have captured towns on the main highway leading to the capital, addis ababa. that's been disputed by the government. the rebels are demanding the central government and what they call a siege that's blockading aid into the northern region. brianca gupta now reports a new frontier and if you appear swore rebels, antigua, i say, be advancing further south towards the capital,
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addis ababa. the federal government has declared a nation wide emergency, but it might the decree or does the states have the right to detain or arrest anyone suspected of working with or assisting the terrorist group. and the emergency order dictates that without permission granted from a designated authority, there is to be no gathering for public protest. allowed by prime minister aubrianna has asked all if he opens to mobilize and fight back against the rebels. and if it was little, there are many challenges, but i can tell you with certainty, 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 towns they 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 claims. we have to make sure that our children i'm not dying from, i'm going to have to make sure that they have access to access the file. so we do
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what it takes to make sure that the cd is broken. if this managing it is what it takes to, but when the united states has warned the trigger, i people celebration front old the t p left against any such move. let me be clear . we oppose any tpl. i've moved to adis, or any attempt by the t p l f to besiege out us dell concerns that violence could escalate with the grand rebels. joining forces with the oral more liberation army and arms group in the region surrounding the capital of this. there is a new marriage of convenience alliance between at least a fraction of the auto moderation front. and just because the abby has managed to alienate the oral mo, the including some harass. so he is really increasing the isolated. and the left is
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trying to take advantage of that situation as well as o l. and it's found least like these well being the highest price for the shifting back lines of if you appeal, swore that straw don't for nearly a year, more than $2.00 and a half 1000000 people have been forced to leave their homes and around $400000.00 are on the brink of famine, bianca, i'll be here. while the united nations is aged 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. i be ahmed to see what can be done to bring the violence to a halt and, and also of course, to allow for the full scale return of humanitarian assistance to the places
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that need it, including places like mikaela and afar. ah, us president joe biden calls it again, changing commitment the pledge by more than 80 countries to slash me st emissions by 30 percent before the end of the decade. the agreement was announced on day 3 of cop 26, just as before, while beat, as would you to leave glasgow. it's the 2nd of 2 major commitments. the other being 100 countries agreed to reverse deforestation by the end of the decade. a diplomatic editor james bay's reports now from glasgow. this is one of the main causes of the climate crisis. humans have for centuries, raised the world's forests, which naturally protect the planet by absorbing carbon dioxide bots, an agreement cop $26.00 if the words matched by action could be a breakthrough. more than
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a 100 nations are pledged to reverse deforestation by 2030 far 7 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 for the other 3 important, but i me, another leader, the president of brazil, the country with half the planets tropical forests, jab, also narrow, also supported 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
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developments, there is still worries 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 islands, 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 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 spiteful summit. james bay's al jazeera glasgow. when it hope that reversing deforestation could play a significant role in combat and climate change, if nations follow through on the promises, trees are the best form of carbon capture we have. they absorb carbon dioxide and
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turn it into work through the process of photosynthesis. while releasing oxygen into the app, trees absorb about a 3rd of the world, c o 2 each year, about $2600000000.00 tons. and of course, the wells population relies on forest and make an income every minute enough for us to cover nearly 20 act as are caught down or burned activities that are monitored by satellite. these pictures show parts of the amazon rain forest in brazil, one of the countries it's pledge to en deforestation by 2030. most of this activity is driven by production of palm oil, beef, soil, timber, and paper products. one of the telltale signs of deforestation in the amazon is the fish bone. a pattern that emerges long roads as long as ranches and other settlers pushed deeper into the forest. the satellite imagery is from the northern power estate in brazil taken over 20 years that fish, bone patton has emerged from the towns along the trans amazonian highway. oh, our environment edit. and the clock spoke to chief co coy of the what the john
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people of southern guyana calling for assurance as the cop 26 funding will reach indigenous people if it does come to me to us directly, definitely can help us with what is the process? what is them 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 they're very properly managed. of course we're going to need the finances to make this happen. saw since $992.00 now we have started or the government, the international community started making commitments. and at the same time making commitments reset. it's a big us as a 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 known. at least 10 people have been killed in an attack in bikini
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. so it happened on monday in the north of the country near the border with natasha . for other people might have been kidnapped. troops have been deployed to the area and a search is taking place. at least 19 people were killed in attack enough ganeth dawn's capital. kabul dozens more were wounded in 2 large explosions, followed by gunfire. the military hospital witnesses a saying iso fight is entered the hospital and then clashed with security forces. charlotte palace reports 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, 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
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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 and security walls that were meant to keep them safe in size. now the biggest obstacle to escape the 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 site of the attack after the 1st explosion created quite a large cord. and around with the tech has taken places spread. it gum far has continued throughout the afternoon. a bunch of that with 2 explosions and 6 packets . and all of them were killed. the security forces of the tunnel banner in the area and our special battery units here who are very quick reparations. the whole area is now under our control the telephone nor houses secure the military hospital
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because they know its weaknesses. they attacked themselves 10 years ago. i suffices also targeted the hospital in 2017, when they dressed as doctors to evade security. more than 100 people were killed and injured. i saw his challenge, the telephones 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. it's tens of thousands of people evacuated. the last, foreign military forces withdrew. the main thing that people really much a need and want from taliban was that he had a grip or what of the security in the last it or if they lose her that grip or if the and security increases, i think her it will somehow a discredit taliban, his presence in the power the tell about his downplayed the threat of i so but the
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group is getting harder to ignore taliban casualties. and mounting as i saw targets its members, particularly in eastern provinces. still in kabul taliban members respond like the previous government would have just a few months ago. the set up a large cordon to protect the public. special forces in air cover, a deployed intelligence units, gather evidence that people here are hoping for more stop to attacks altogether. charlotte bellis. al jazeera kabul. fill out for you on the program. the livelihoods of millions and trying op around late chad is decades of drought and climate change wreak havoc also. i'm john hendern. in puerto, praying for fuel is stairs in the gang ger hijacking truck. ah
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hello there. let's start in australia. we've had warnings out for severe storms across southern parts of australia that thanks we're cold front that's pushing its way towards the southeast. it's going to knock a lot of the warmth out here we are going to see temperatures come down in melbourne for example, the temperature touching into the high teens, but it will recover by the time we get into friday now for sydney remains fine and dry. but the wet weather will arrive this weekend and it's fun. enjoy. of course many of the central and northern areas, a lot of heat coming through for darwin, the temperature touching into the high thirty's, it clears up my sleep. perth, with some sunshine pushing through the cloud. some of those showers affecting western parts of australia. now as we move across the tasman sea to new zealand, settled in the south island, but look at that in the north wet and windy weather that's expected to last 3 to sunday. we have got some warnings out for heavy rain and some possible severe gales
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. that's expected to last through the we can, but for the very wet weather, we have to move to southeast asia, indonesia, once again seeing 2 rental down ports across bonia. but it does dry up for much of indo china. the rain eases in vietnam, that sure weather update. ah, the pro democracy activists risking their lives fighting autocracy. i know that i might go to prison. good. so i will join the run. a new episode of democracy may be exposed the struggle of those who believe democracy is worth dying for. remember, know when an opening this political winner flew vendor is going to emily, so i would say no food or not. my life for democracy on al jazeera lou.
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ah, welcome back the main stories now ethiopia, government is declared a nation wide state of emergency. as fighting against to grind, rebels continues a say they're in control of 2 towns on a major highway leading to the capital. at least 19 people have been killed in an attack on afghanistan's capital, cowboy happened near a military hospital. i. so as i'd responsibility for the attack and more than a 100 nations of pledge to reverse deforestation within the next decade at un climate summits in glasgow beat is also agree to got levels of methane emissions by 30 percent. let's stay with the cops on it because really there's been
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a lot of focus on the effects of climate change, particularly for people living around lake chad. now it was once the 6th largest in the while spawning, about 25000 square kilometers in the 19 sixty's. for centuries, the nearby communities of depended on the lake, a source of livelihood for proximately. 30000000 people, but climate change, prolonged drought, and the development of irrigation systems seen the late drastically reduce in size over the past few decades. it's shrunk 90 percent in about 60 years with 11000000 people nearby in need of humanitarian assistance and more are in danger of losing their livelihoods. and as an address now reports the rising poverty is pushing young people to join armed grips. once a busy navigation channel for light fishing vessels, this portion of the lake chart is now a crossing point for cattle decades of poor water usage, celts,
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droughts, and the impact of climate change continued to alter the face of the lake and with it the lives of millions would depend on it. this family is forced to my great because of drought. not far from here. we met the fisherman pulling in his catch of the day. he says it's the most he got in a week. a few my curls, not enough to feed his family. and hood, pleased to catch a lot of fish and pastures with little effort, but it's so much more difficult. now i'm lucky to have even caught this much. he says fishermen like he must learn other skills to survive the hard times. the lecture is shared by cameron chad, niger and nigeria. countries dealing with a 12 year old boycott. i'm insurgency that has killed thousands and displeased millions. x was say, the conflict is fueled in part by the effect of climate change electrodes. one of
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the walls, biggest leagues, but over 50 years it's changed dramatically. what was once a 25000 kilometer body of water is now estimated at scattered islands like this. and pools just containing 1000 square kilometers. and that is left 25000000 people shot of food and jobs, and exposed to conflicts. 30 kilometers away from what is now the new shores of the lake. as this has an hava sorghum, after 5 months of labor and a $4000.00 investment. if a culture is not good color, you know the quality, it's not good quality about 40 hecht hes. that's the only thing we got this year for 40 hecht is not enough because we've got problems with the rain and he says he will be lucky to get full bikes this year. which amounts to $3800.00 loss on his investment. a few decades ago, what he now calls a farm was deep inside the lake john, 4 generations, this
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a healy and away says sir, supported millions of families, life stroke and profitable trade among nations. governments in the region are struggling to address the fears and concerns of millions were now watch helplessly as their means of livelihoods dry up. in the deal at bid glove, just as industrialized countries agreed to support developing countries, chad through its public treasury will also fun project to mitigate the impact of climate change on its people. little comfort to those who lost so much back at as these hazards from his walkers continue to process theseus harvest. but at the back of their minds, they acquaintance of the reality that they like millions in the region may not get to keep their jobs next year. i'm, it agrees al jazeera on the shores of the lake chant. now, palestinians fighting against forced eviction from the hands in occupied mysteries and have rejected
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a plan. israel supreme court proposed that the family be allowed to stay in the shaft euro huns for 15 years, but that meant recognizing a jewish settler organization as the owners of the land. i force it reports from occupied east jerusalem. the families of shame, terra had been given a month to consider a compromise deal on their fate. on tuesday they returned the decision. no, i help you with that. how you said that we rejected the proposal by the israeli supreme court, which would have rendered us protected tenants at the mercy of settle organisations . we stem some and refusal to compromise on our rights. the homes were awarded to palestinian refugee families under jordanian rule in 1900 fifties. but a jewish settler organization claims it has ownership rights over the land acclaim 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
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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 to nominate 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. and if the court rules that we will be evicted the several weeks in april and may this year, it felt as though the small neighborhood was the epicenter of the palestinian israeli complex. the case was one of the triggers for the round of how much rocket fire that marked the start of this year's gaza war. legal experts say that the fact that 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 us pressure to leave the families in their homes. inevitably, there will be
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a coalition crisis that will be a change in government, or there will be a terror attacked with double digit casualties in which the blood lust of certain elementary israeli society will sore and they will be affected. israel's legal and political establishment had been keen to turn the temperature down and shake, draw at least for a while. instead, it may about to start heating up again. harry force it al jazeera, occupied east, jerusalem. 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 a threatened series of sanctions. but as the lexia o'brien reports from northern france, many in the industry struggling with the uncertainty. midmorning and bologna, sir mayor, and the fishing boats returned with their catch. but for many,
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it's smaller than usual. yes, would you please or chuck fish ward? let us but we have to put up with this. we don't have any choices for the past and ones we have not been able to make a living. get all 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 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 around it. honestly, i don't understand them the give me a license,
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but i don't go often to their withers. i would've prefer them to give it to my brother who actually spent 80 percent of his time. there. it's means i have the right to it, but my brother doesn't. it's estimated solomon, frances biggest fishing port. i've lost half of their income. you sums up my mo, we're at 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 u. k. brakes it minister, david frost to set to travel to paris on thursday for more talks report, i think i hope that people will be smart enough to find an agreement if we are depending on the politicians. we have nothing left to do by the way. one,
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but it has already been 10 months, and it's a lot of 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, people in new york voting in a tightly contested election to replace are going to have built a plus the final weeks of the mayoral race in the us. as most popular city have been dominated by personal attacks between the 2 leading candidates. eric adams, the democrat nominee heads into election day is the strong favorite. he's up against the republican car to the winner will take over in january the internet company, yahoo is withdrawing from china. it says the increasingly challenging business and legal environment makes operating that too difficult. the withdrawal coincides with new legislation known as china's personal information protection law,
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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. now the white house says welcome to private mission to me and mark by a former us ambassador to the united nations. the u. s. isn't sponsoring a bill, richardson's trip, but says he hopes his efforts will help get aid supplies into me and mom will un says the need for aid has increased dramatically. choose the corona vars. pandemic . and the military coup which took place in february about 3000000 people on now in need of assistance. that's triple the year before. it's being blamed on a combination of the pandemic, the qu, but also an economic crisis. fuel truck drivers in haiti, the considering further strike action after several workers were kidnapped by armed gangs this week. the union is insisting on their release. but
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a strike is likely to compound a fuel crisis already crippling the country. john 100 reports on this now from the capital, puerto prince sidled lines of cars snake through haiti's capital drivers biding their time till the pumps come to life without fuel. the porter prince economy is as motionless as the cues of vehicles as police protect the tanks. in the haitian he ah frustrations run high with doors. he tried to do the work. but we did. there is nothing widow would of anything to do than it is about going to wander, pierre, who drives a taxi. locals called a tap, tap his waited 3 days. yeah. about i fight wick out. some one was beat up monday. i am still here. this is where i slip. i can't get fuel. i
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can't do anything. i can't work. i haven't it in the money and my pocket is only for gas. the fuel crisis that his paralyzed, the western hemispheres, poors nation, follows a political crisis after the assassination of the nation's last president and an earthquake that killed 2000 people earlier this year. fuel is slowly starting to trickle into florida, prince, when the lines are along and it runs out fast. when that happens, drivers, you have to wait for the next shipment, hoping it won't be hijacked by gang. over the past several days, a number of trucks have been commandeer, the drivers have been kidnapped, and what fuel the gangs don't use for themselves. they sell on the black market. the lack of diesel fuel that powers hospitals throughout the country, leave some in the dark with no lights, women at this hospital try to wait until daylight to give birth. as tanks across the nation, sit empty upward. what many this has to and we just need few,
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we don't need violence. i say guzman busy despite government promise is the fuel shortage, shows no sign of improving, leaving many to wonder how much worse the situation in haiti can get. ha, john henderson, al jazeera, puerto prince. ah . my main stories now is european government has declared a nationwide state of emergency as fighting against to grind. rebels intensifies coming on the eve of a year since fighting broke out the northern region. if i to say that they are in control of 2 towns on a major highway leading to the federal capital, are concerned situation could escalate with the 2 gray people's liberation front. joining forces with another arm group, the aroma liberation army, the u. s. envoy to the horn of africa has called for an end.


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