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dynamic, an undergoing momentous scene. context india dixon in depth. look at the people and politics of india. exploring how to cope with 19 pandemic struck the nation. it's continuing impact and the lessons learned for the future. join me fade as those are for context. india analysis. eda ah over 80 countries have signed up. this is fantastic. the moods updates at the climate summits in glasgow as well late as pledge to slash methane emissions and reverse deforestation. ah, and come out santa maria here and doe how with the world news from al jazeera ethiopians, government declares a state of emergency as to growing fighters,
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say they are advancing towards the capital. why explosions, at cobbles, military halls repeal 19 people and i so claims responsibility and americans go to the polls in 2 key states and dozens of local elections all seen as an important test of president biden's popularity. ah, it has been called a game changing commitment to pledge by dozens of countries to slash methane emissions by 30 percent. by the end of the decade, that agreement was announced on day 3 of the cop $26.00 summit. the 2nd of 2 major commitments, the other was a 100 countries agreeing to reverse deforestation. by the end of the decade, our diplomatic editor james bass reports from glasgow. this is one of the main causes of the climate crisis. humans have for centuries raised at the world's
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forests, which naturally protect the planet by absorbing carbon dioxide bots, an agreement cop $26.00 if the words are matched by action could be a breakthrough. more than the 100 nations have pledged to reverse deforestation by 20347, 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, ellsworth, so importance. but i, me, another leader, the president of brazil, the country with half the planets. tropical forest jebel sanara 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,
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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 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. one
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country on the front lines of climate change is indonesia. its prism is saying his country can reach its goals on time, but only if richer ones increase their financial support. jacoby, dodo is one of the signatories, committing to ending deforestation by 2030 indonesia actually home to vast tracts of forest. he also says it might be able to reach its net 0 net 0 goal earlier than 2060 if rich countries pay what they've promised in climate finance. jessica washington as more from jakarta, in terms of indonesia progress on stopping deforestation. it is rather a mixed bag, the government is quite optimistic that things are heading in the right direction and pointed to recent data, which indicates that in 2020 entities as deforestation range felt by 75 percent to its lowest ever since they started monitoring those because in the 19th, but environmental groups will say that, well, it's really not that clear college. and in fact, they will point to some factors which may have led tooth that drop in deforestation
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rates in 2020. but they do also have concerns that it's not so much a reduction in deforestation as a whole, but rather a shifting of the problem from areas such as cali mountain and monitor where they have been long standing problems in terms of deforestation. to eastern indonesia. what, what is rather unclear is how this pledge will affect the ongoing commitments that the government has already made in terms of infrastructure projects. we know that the government is came to develop what it calls a food state which would involve the conversion of millions of pictures of land into farmland. and some of that includes forested areas in pump. and it's for that reason that environmental groups in indonesia say that eastern indonesia pop. what specifically is the last frontier, if we're talking about this fight against deforestation. now, the french ambassador to australia has accused of acting with intentional deceit
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when it cancelled a multi $1000000000.00 submarine deal. this is lead to weeks of diplomatic tension . stillia gave up with france with billions of dollars after making a security packed with the u. s. and the u. k. under that deal, australia gets its 1st nuclear powered submarines. these trading prime minister scott morrison's denied though, lying about his intentions. the seat was intentional. and because there was far more at stake than providing submarines because it was a common agreement on sovereignty. sealed with a transmission of highly classified data. the way it was ended was plainly as that in the back onto the year where the government declared a state of emergency after a sharp escalation and fighting in the north. it's been a year since it launched a crackdown on the to guy region rebels. they're, they, they've now taken 2 key towns on the road to the capital, though that is disputed by the government. prime minister abbey estimate is now calling on o e c o p, and to take up arms against to grow and fighters. this report from priyanka go to
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a new frontier in a few p, i swore rebels, antique ry. say the advancing saw the south towards the capital, addis ababa? the federal government has declared a nation wide state of emergency. but it might the decree or does the state to have the right to detain or arrest anyone suspected of working with or assisting the terrorist group. and do the emergency order dictates that without permission granted from a designated authority, there is to be no gathering for public pro. allowed by prime minister abbey amad has asked all if your pins to mobilize and fight back against the rebels. and if there 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, sees the towns or does say on come bolger, which are in the neighboring. i'm her state the, to our own
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a major highway leading to the capital. the federal government has disputed those claims. we have to make sure that our children, i'm not dying from hunger instead of ration. we have to make sure that the access to access to buy out. so we do what it takes to make sure that the cd is broken, if flatness managing. so this is what it takes to break to see 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 us dell concern that violence could escalate with the green rebels. joining forces with the romo liberation army and arms group in the region surrounding the capitol. of this, there is a new marriage of convenience alliance between at least a faction of the autumn when the gratian front. and the last
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because the abbey has managed to alienate the almo, the, including someone has. so he is really increasing the isolated and the tv life is trying to take advantage of that situation as well as and a sound lease like these were being the highest price for the shifting bout lines of if he appears war. that throughout dawn, for nearly a year, more than 2 and a half 1000000 people have been forced to leave their homes and around 400000 or on the brink of famine, bianca kupta altogether. lot of international pressure to bring an end to this to grow conflict or use president joe biden, suspending ethiopia from a key trade program for what he calls gross violations of human rights. and the u. n. is urging an immediate end to the violence to enable the delivery of life saving humanitarian aid. we have been in touch with the officials in ethiopia,
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and the secretary general himself has spoken repeatedly with prime minister abbey ahmed. ah, 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, a judge of humanitarian assistance to the places that need it, including places like mikaela and afar. we've got a years worth of conflict to go through here. so let's just remind you of how this has happened. last november, prime minister abbey made ordered a military offensive against the tape he left the to garage people's aberration. friend. he said it was in response to attacks on army bases. the t p l f says it was unfairly targeted. later that month i be told parliament the military operation integral i was over, but a june of this year to ground forces had captured the regional capital. michaela by july, the tpa life entered the neighboring m horror and afar regions to the south. and so in october the government launched its offensive ground offensive,
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trying to push out the rebels. as we mentioned, the t bailiff says that in the past few days it, it sees 2 towns on the road that connects mckellar with at a sub over his direction. former us ambassador to ethiopia, who says, revoking that trade agreement. i will have some big implications of the economy. a very significant decision by the united states. it is important to understand that it hasn't happened yet. in other words, as of july, there's a january 1 day at which it may become effective if there is no movement towards he's in ethiopia. and yet that happens. i think he is. ready ready likely to lose about a quarter of a $1000000000.00 and potential exports to the united states. that's a lot or come through like the p o p. and the reason now for this session is the situation is getting worse on the ground. what is driving us concerning this point,
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the managerial prices as clearly worse and worse and t gray region. it's now expanded into part of our region. the small part of our, our region was getting out of control. and it absolutely has to be brought to a haul, or you're going to have the death of many civilians and ethiopia in sit down. the main opposition latest says the deposed prime minister could return to form a new government, meaning and now he's held meetings with dela hummed ok, remains on the house, arrest him or tens of thousands of people will continue demonstrating against the military takeover in afghanistan, at least 19 people a dead, another 50 injured in an attack on cobbled largest military hospital among those killed was the commander of the taliban special forces who is also in charge of cobble security. i thought that's kind of responsibility for the attack as shown a bill as now reports from cobble. oh, when a king consensual cobble and telephone security forces run towards the side of an
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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 in truth, allowing attackers to move in. a few minutes later, 2nd exploded inside the compound. with 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 despise from the explosions, burn and gunman move between buildings. dozens of others managed to reach the back of the hospital compound, watch towers, insecurity, wolves that were meant to keep them safe in size. now the biggest obstacle to escape above afghani was helicopters, circled, flown by pilots from the previous government. when a part of the telephone's defense telegram responded by sending the special forces
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to the side of the attack. after the 1st explosion created quite a large cord and around with the attack has taken places spread. it gunfire has continued throughout the afternoon and there were 2 explosions and 6 packages. all of them were killed because the security forces of the taliban are in the area and our special boundary unit here to a very quick and opperation. the whole area is now under our control. the telephone nor houses secure the military hospital. they know its weaknesses. they attached themselves 10 years ago. i suffices also targeted the hospital and 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 for major bombings and killed hundreds of civilians. the worst was a cavalier port. tens of thousands of people evacuated. the last,
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foreign military forces withdrew. the main thing that people really much need and one from taliban was the grip over the security. and the last, if they lose that grip, if the insecurity increases, i think it will somehow a discredit valuable present in the power to tell a bond. his downplayed the rate of isolate, the group is getting harder to ignore. tell a bon casualties and mounting as i saw targets its members, particularly in eastern provinces. still in carville 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, osha 0. couple car is going to check on your weather next. and then on estonian
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families living in the shifter and occupied east jerusalem project and also recognizing jewish settlers as owners of their lands and fishing and troubled waters. the seafood industry for years. what's next on the menu is tools to resolve a dispute between b u. k. and france continue. ah hello there we're seeing more unsettled weather effect. northern areas of the middle east, thanks to a weather system that's pushing east out of turkey, bringing some of the heavier rain to northern areas of iraq and iran. by the time we get into thursday, we will see those intense down ports around coastal areas of the caspian sea. but further south of this, it is looking out fine and dry. lots of sunshine coming through. we have seen some heat building across the gulf states, but temperatures are going to come down for dough her and to buy in the next few
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days, remains rather clear and bright for oman and much of yemen. and as we move over to northern areas of africa it's, it's pretty similar picture across central areas. it's up around coastal areas of morocco, algeria and chinese, here within the showers come in with a weather system. and that's going to bring the temperature down over the next few days. much of a heavy rain can be found to the west of africa, some of those showers getting rather heavy around gabon. and we've got seasonal rains kicking in for much of the democratic republic of congo, pulling across into uganda. and some of that rain is going to trickle down further south into zambia and zimbabwe for south africa remains rather clear in cape town. but the rain will kickin on thursday for johannesburg. ah, a fearless mexican journalists side lying for taking on a president. and
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2030 and to reverse deforestation. by the same time, if you have these governments declared, a nationwide state of emergency has to go out and rebels advance further south u. s. is calling for an end to the conflict and has suspended ethiopia from a key trade program. and i so says it was behind the killing of 19 people in an attack on cobbles, largest military hospital among those killed was the commander of the taliban special forces who was also in charge of cobbles, security results from a key election in the united states. now the republican glen youngin has won the race for governor of the state of virginia, given his victory speech right now in chantilly virginia. there are other results still coming in, including a closely watched race for governor in new jersey. in most states vote as have been choosing their medicine, other local officials, as well as considering referendums on state policies. so we spoke to lincoln mitchell a little bit earlier. political analyst who teaches at the school of international and public affairs at columbia university. he says a loss in new jersey could be
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a sign that the democrats are failing to get their message out. i am surprised by new jersey. this should be a solidly blue state where murphy should have one. but you know, 4 to 8 points pretty easily. virginia we always knew was going to be close. turning the call up, the democratic candidate is simply not a great candidate. he's been around a while. he was a fine governor, but he's not inspiring. he's kind of an old clinton type in a party that's really changed and young can ran a good rate that it is a reminder that the trunk force is still very strong in the united states despite the outcome of the last presidential election. so not surprised by virginia, but if the republican went to new jersey, that is the story that is a huge story and that is a real crack in the kind of the democratic war is north east of the united states. there's an easy political analysis united states which is always to over to over determine the last election. this tells us everything. this reveals something, but electrons are very clumsy instruments. so i am very hesitant to do that with
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the possible exception of new jersey, new jersey state. that should be easy rates or film, or be an easy rates for a democrat in this day and age running for reelection. and if he loses there, that is a sign that the democratic party has really, really, really failed to get a message out. but moreover, that without donald trump personally on the scene, it's hard to mobilize voters to be afraid of donald trump. it was a big reason that job bite and got the math to turn out is a 2020 election. so new jersey for me is actually more important. so if you want to understand what may happen in the future that virginia virginia is above the road. if murphy lives in jersey, that's a big problem. still in the u. s. there is now final approval for 5 of corona virus vaccine for children. the food and drug administration had already said the shop was safe for children aged $5.00 to $11.00. that was smaller doses recommended, and now officials at the cdc have given the green light for it to be administered to $28000000.00 youngsters. we talked to them about the vaccine ologist junk
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professor at michigan university, who says it comes with a huge relief because there's been a rise in the number of children contracting, new covariance. it's milestones, actually neglect achievement, that we are getting to the point where we are immunizing, the little kids. that's probably measure that going back to normal life and specially schools and elementary schools and middle schools. so it's really great what she meant by that is a great job by cutting down in the, in the dose dose that has been shown. and those little kids, 5 to 11, was one 3rd of the those given to the, the younger adults on the previous explanation. so basically we're getting, these kids receive only one of those. and they're immune response was in fact equal in different compared to the older kid and adults, which is
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a great any other issues that might be with the back same would be, ah, coming go the different very, especially the delta with the high efficiency and infection. we seem that more and more kids are getting inspected so therefore we think that this is a great achievement. and this is a great the palestinians fighting against forced eviction and check a neighbourhood unoccupied. east jerusalem had rejected a compromise put forward by israel supreme court. the court propose that families be allowed to stay in their homes for 15 years, but it also recognised a jewish settler organisation of the owners of the land. harry force reports from occupied east jerusalem. the families of shakes, jerome had been given a month to consider a compromise deal on their fate. on tuesday they returned the decision. no,
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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 several organizations. we stamps and 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 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,
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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 hamas rocket fire that marked the start of this year's garza wor, legal experts say that the fact that the court was pushing this deal so hard is the 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 his really government on the significant us pressure to leave the families in their homes. inevitably, there will be 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 evicted. israel's legal and political establishment had been keen to turn the temperature
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down in shakira, at least for a while. instead it me about to start heating up again. harry faucet al jazeera, occupied east jerusalem in nigeria for members of staff, and their children have been kidnapped from the university of boucher abductions from schools for the north of happen frequently, but kidnappings in the capitol are considered rare g. and he's not a sign of weakness. jazz is a sign of pain, anger, escal, shuttin brained. i don't know how to express, and nobody should get that for granted. because every man, every man hush to no matter what fight for our rights is just speak out loud. the wall here and i'm speaking of and i'm sticking out. lady wall know that she, corey t is a problem in this country. tech company, yahoo says it's pulling out of china because of what it calls an increasingly challenging environment. the move is largely symbolic because many of yahoo
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services are rare, are already blocked by china's digital censorship. but it is just another tech firm to leave google left years ago and microsoft, linkedin said last month, it would close it's chinese site. france appears to back off from sparking a full blown trade war with the u. k. over fish in person trade talks will be held this week with the french holding, often imposing a threatened series of sanctions. but as alexia bryan reports from northern france, many in the industry of struggling with all the up certainty. mid morning in bologna, sir mann and the fishing boats returned with their catch. but for many, it's small of unusual research fish. what we have to put up with this we don't have any choice for the past 10 months. we have not been able to make a living get 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
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required tracking equipment to prove that the paperwork he provided was rejected. french officials are infuriated saying thousands of vessels weren't given the licenses expected by british authorities. president, many macro threatened a series of sanctions if the dispute was resolved. but hours before the deadline he sit, he held off the garcey ations are continuing. some here are frustrated by that decision saying france should have been more aggressive. others believe the measures could have backfired along the fishing here is often a family affair, and patience is wearing thin post. more. honestly, i don't understand than to give me a license, but i don't go off into the waters. i would prefer then to give it to my brother. let me spend 80 percent of the time that it means i have the right to it. but my brother doesn't, it is related, some in frances biggest fishing port have lost half of their income. you some apply
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more, were 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 well count 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 of one, but it has already been 10 months, and it's a lot of fishing, makes out 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 near northern france, low, the better sports news for you,
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that land to braves of one baseball's world series, the team good punched its 1st title and 26 years, where the 7 nil victory over the houston astros. it was in total of 4 to win and the best of 7 championship home runs by jorge solaire and dansby swanson brought atlanta the title with ssl. i also named the series most valuable player. ah, let's get you caught up on the headlines now. 2 major agreements at the cop $26.00 summit leaders of agreed to cut you emissions of the world's 2nd most polluting gas methane by 30 percent by the 2030 and to reverse deforestation. by the same time together, we're committing to collectively reduce our methane by 30 percent by 2030. and i think we could probably go beyond that. we just announced this package of the
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