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interviews and in depth reports this the families that are teaching each other how to search. not riverview authority. al jazeera has teens on the ground liquid rubbish out up into the air as well as chemicals being released to when you moved, when documentaries, and lied knees ah, logan peter toby into hard the top stories on al jazeera, iranian state t v says tyrann has foiled an attempt by the united states to seize one of its oil tankers and the sea of oman. according to the reports, american forces used helicopters and warships during the operation to iran says the tanka is now back in its territorial waters. the u. s. has found evidence that all sides in ethiopia to gray conflict of violated international human rights and some may amount to war crimes and crimes against humanity. priyanka goop to reports.
these mass graves in my car draw in northern if he appear on earth. what the un says could be war. crimes committed in the t gray conflict, a joint ethiopian, and you and human rights investigation says rebels. some t gray killed more than 200 as think i'm her as here in november last year. the conflict has now expanded. well, be on t grey, it to neighboring, i'm horror and off our regions. and it's been devastating for civilians. the un report found the year long war editor and soldiers who backed, if you'd be as federal army, as well as fuel been guffman soldiers. anti grand rebels have committed widespread crimes including rape, torture, and killings of civilians. all parties to deteriorate, conflicts have committed violations of international human rights, human italian, and refer to law. some of these may amount to war crimes and crimes against
humanity, if you will be. as kaufmann has largely welcome to report, while expressing its serious reservations about aspects of the findings, its promise to set up a task force to investigate the allegations. while rebels antigua i said, the report is flawed. citing the involvement of the tube in human rights commission . but on the ground, the conflict if intensifying, tiguan, rebel c, b have captured to northern pounds and a major highway leading to the capital, addis ababa prime minister abi ama has urged if your pins to unite and fight against the rebels. and has warned that attempts to make a few appeal like libya and syria will not succeed. abi amad was re elected in a landslide victory and june is facing mounting pressure to end the war from his he'll be as largest humanitarian, a donor, the united states. as the war approaches this one year anniversary, united states and others cannot continue business as usual relations with the
governor of the the opiate. extraordinary partnership we have enjoy is not sustainable. while the military conflict continues to expand, threatening the stability and the unity of one of africa's most influential countries. the body administration has suspended if you appear from a crucial treat agreement with us. 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 if that happens, i think he is. ready likely to lose about a quarter of a $1000000000.00. and that could mean how she force hilton's the un investigation, only looked into reports of abuse until late june. when the rebels regained much of t gray. it does not include any attacks or civil in abuse since then bianca group,
the, i'll 0 will in $100.00 countries joining the us and the e. u to cut me faint emissions by 30 percent by the end of the decade. and the 2nd big commitment from the you and climate summit in glasgow after pack to en deforestation also by 2030. the diplomatic fall out continues between france and australia, off refilled multi $1000000000.00 submarine deal. the french ambassador to cambra has accused the government there of quotes, intentional deceit when it cancel the agreement. the u. s. has given final approval to fires as curb at 1900 bank seen for children from the ages. 5 to 11, president biden has called the move a turning point in the fight against the virus. you are right up to suite with all the top stories. the news continues here on out to 0. after the story of alex's era, the unique path, we'll see very soon by the
bolts john with a voice for the voiceless to day the name al jazeera is recognized throughout the world. this is its story. a quarter of a century ago, in 1996, a tv station was launched from cotton. in the middle east al jazeera in english, the island was quite unlike any of its neighboring channels. the letter before the
arrival of al jazeera tv news in our countries was largely state controlled and uncritical of those in power. as a result, many viewers distrusted their media. they saw it is nothing more than the mouthpiece survey governments. the new channel set out to do things differently. to ask tough questions to see all sides of a story. to hear voices from the arab street and to hold power to account for the article of love and cathedral menez amola, a mark on amok turner in banana alberto vitamin dolah fairly jia. what cool way of cornelia harden hamish middle had rio? what time will be shackle? manny yeah, near con al cathedral, checking the how the alignment couldn't i don't think in a short up. not if you felt a little better degree be what could now a cannon and
a fully unforeseen or has that what had the heavy hit the girl is and i got was still margaret? well, i mean i thought it alena again at le dana. bob shook. will i can, couldn't up, will damen, dylan the little had the natural shadow hoa, i'll in the invalid pin and that, and we're old. so the copy of what then the government of canter funded al jazeera, vowing to guarantee the channels. editorial independence, such separation between state and media was unheard of in the middle east. is sharon moscato vista. nothing of that that couldn't reply. awful, she se, oh, ha ha, ha, ha, ha, ha ha, i am not detected omen. and i never made a bird mill. heard it out of me. a shout ability i nearly murdered. and when mister home gathered bbc, the 3 ban. here are bob a there, a sure i li, your hood. them linelle of bird. lisa hillard. this me it for learn. what would i,
as i share my food and work with allie stuff? mindful then, if you can, literally, by law about in the emerging al jazeera channel saw that the audience was hungry for independent, reliable news in arabic, to feed that hunger. they had several months of testing where initial teething problems were ironed out. in that time, the team met constantly to agree. what exactly al jazeera stood for. they determined their editorial approach, how they would gather news, and how they would react. it governments place barriers in their way over the new channel also needed a slogan, something that would encompass its values and identity. translated from arabic. the chosen tagline literally meant the opinion. and the other opinion. what this anna wilkerson, the shower, she added, missing the pole, middle rocky,
who she are all her back to. it can be seen wrath cooler. many yell, shaving hello. i didn't oper, fee bernisha. alright, you are right. you la foul court. all right. and leave me a, a back grow little dear bab, your men helene, about you. all right, you, what i isla? have auto catch and yahoo or no right? you were right. ya suburban? she, i love what i mr. now louder, be willing to share. he did our b, b, don't let it. well, she had 0. not rob jennifer, have enough talk about our study. so it did the us while at and her mom and i got the bas milan, albia, and destiny the anna maria marcella and nancy throughout my hip. hop up if i thought the parole board left with her to let natasha and jerry and can stand,
is there a kind of to a certain and i'm glad we're 50 and how the shape or temple a smile, a digital must little cut them well and a me honest, have an enemy yet. but after 5 months of rehearsals, the go live date was approaching. the countdown began with november 1st 1996. the 1st global news channel from the arab world was launched by 4. looks like we really do want
ah, on the national bar. but the album through our i see it's half a config level. nothing, caldwell, i can this. i thought that it will therefore a fresh dilution to the da 0, a colder i lumpy cam. have you here? why don't i shot him? everybody at him and connected just the earth. if you got out of can at lab study yet, who in metal height of the water a well gabriela, a win via alicia to jesse it, i have your habit and act as we how to santa vickery her. oh, my last, in the initial, upon our read, the child can't send i am in any gallery or can pacific or a william after that about can the stuck violin. lisa haflin release that are an,
a kind of the delicacy of the launch of al jazeera was a huge technical and editorial challenge. however, none of those involved in the 1996 unveiling had any certainty about the reaction of views. there were fears that people would struggle to adapt to the new format. audiences were accustomed to the lead story being about whatever the ruler of their particular country did on that day. but on al jazeera, the news priority was quite different. news was presented on its merits. the status quo was sent for a shakeup, timid hotly and that he ought to fall. he has diarrhea or sophie lin sofie labilly in fiduciary fits, i know lost power washer to highlight in haggard thanielle mania. and copper only on his soften can. will that have been that he gave give them a daughter, a either will farmhouse family for,
couldn't all the mob all the hostility exhibiting one order, another killer, brianna lee, then very heavy. he laid effie huff audio. another key difference in algiers format was the presence of both anchors in the studio and journalists on the ground with it in nevada, one of the news of the day could now be reported from the studio to hadn't, while local correspondence brought balanced analysis to the story zoer than, than i got is 0 p m have a mobile that earth wash. tell this very over. mcgee mckenzie will the phenomenon of cl hunted off a bottle, testable them a consumer will for louder with on. qualitative is after a lot of a lot of the fear for the food was that people had the national to law, which i didn't get um and then become another jersey. if you got that book on the moon, i should have been moved as early number one format new to the arab world. was discussion shows. featuring gets with wide ranging views. so good luck on. but i made
a thought a model i, i said many topics was previously considered controversial or taboo. we're open for discussion and debate. amanda young audiences welcome to the exchange of ideas. and they tuned in were in their 1000000 alamo choir, la huh sham. landman. for answer me. yeah. i know we've been on island until there have been for ahmed enemy, jack taylor said in madeira and miss rollins gabbard white glove. the difficulty that button amish morale can be. and the whole nadine about an image, a formula, or sarah hel at health at the hand balloon had the norman obama's galilee had the living worried than i paid off at the very 1st episode of the talk show called the opposite direction. anything focused on the gulf cooperation council need you will . and what i mean have measured sal a said the have the love shot i so ability. but fossil philosophy, ali into wasn't enough. elaine in idaho hosted an i'm, i don't see it on the door. ha. i from its face in don't ha,
a contact the new channel focused on events unfolding near and far. ah, in algeria, the country was emerging from a decade of civil war. with, in a, jim's and sudan. it was a new wind of political change. tourists visiting egyptian heritage sites in luck. so came under attack bomb explosions struck the u. s. embassies in kenya and tanzania. i'll kaba claimed responsibility . america responded by attacking a pharmaceutical plant in sudan, saying it had links without either. the sudanese government vigorously denied the claim. also reported at the time was the aftermath of the oslo accords agreements
between israel and the palestine liberation organization. al jazeera reporting of the arab israeli conflict broke new ground airing, not just palestinian opinion, but also israeli views with one of them or what. but he doesn't know what the i do it by them home to look, any modern technology enabled al jazeera camera crews to be present at key events throughout the middle east from southern lebanon to iraq. we're west and imposed sanctions. were linked to increased malnutrition among children. al jesse regained prominence during the so called operation desert fox, the joint u. s. and u. k. bombing campaign against iraq. alger 0 was the only news network to have reporters on the ground. to leave a lot of this exclusive covering from the,
at the center of an intensive 5 day aerial bombing campaign, introduced al jazeera to a wider audience. ah, i remember comments when i worked for some of the other leading global networks. there were times when, you know, my line managers would say, hey, switch on al jazeera arabic, see what they're saying. looks like they've got into a place where we haven't been able to get into. i remember a comment that my line manager made during the conflict in iraq and he said, you know, i'll put it in slightly more polite terms that he was like, you know, al jazeera, they just whipped our behinds, they just whipped are behind on this story. algebra presence on the ground at the very heart of major stories, gave it many scoops over rival networks. i just gotta assess it while you're
up fi fi, a little below market. a dolly it. her the alley by the that she said, yeah, 0. be elaine a 3rd fan of sarah. we're either formality still a bit from said a young feller to gyla he up financially. were he than the teacher for about that to be looking at the that why shot them? alan holler. al jazeera scored many successes in those early days, but its growth was anything but plain sailing. some governments in the middle east and north africa viewed the new channel with alarm al jazeera, provided a platform for the opinions of the man and woman on the street. their voices were unfilled, it was prompting a harsh response from some governments in the region. so that shockley oh me. when will buy a fertility of salisa? fiona morrison and les malone. from accountable heart. a. g. a funded mccarter.
bishop le animal stem, metal manor with the am and then a am in a self almond, the horrible dumb ins. so my election may then can, will accept of all of them with us as men as o'malladge. 50. so then pill a home and from the decor, twilio bolona shadow was sierra damon was out for obama. after the now i don't fi had this, i missed any. missed out to go to see i see this on. mm hm. you're not bothering us . another al jazeera bureau to full fall of local authorities was in jordan altos. he was office in amman, was closed after a contributor to a 1998 program voiced criticism of king hussein of jordan. but a year later, the channel was back in the capitol. this time to report on the king's funeral hadn't been no later. that same year al jazeera office in algeria was also closed down that abdel aziz beautifully care one
a landslide victory in the country's presidential vote. and in a post election interview, he objected to al jazeera line of questioning. how though other hidden, he showed her it but in alpha to some it is outside impact them on a shot at then it will tell it live live at an amec villa hood at the right. or how are a man what a shattered s l. just a minute and your boss had to juggle as visible to flip up about faster we'll neck the had the full show on romania. we're her ugly book of leo club. instruct like me to get them and set that to him. only lam, he and cut little weasel and i ran is not will, i'm headed no more. not at the bal ahead. the hill cabella. we're in the mac w 0 visit at w. coffee bar. that has ian hubbard as one door closed. another opened in may 1999 al jazeera set up an office in cobble with a taliban was now in control. other networks steered well clear of afghanistan. and
ernest, see sir elton. i shall see her till you are not mo would dare for after. like the pico fur joe of can annoy her, understand your and if you lose her whom of poly bern, there more thought of the hoss meant lindman virginia to allow them kind of sellers doing that sort of be hard. if a polymer a high the hill month to call her the ability of are i'm but immune bought would say in for jury omen. my national algebra read and mcclintock and my actual delicate him for job. oh, good. i lou jazeera with unfair. it'll be a well, it's water late of judaism. in the occupied palestinian territories al jazeera journalists were on the front line from 2000 to 2005 al jazeera closely covered the 2nd intifada,
or palestinian uprising. israel accused the channel of fanning the flames of public outrage. al jazeera responded that its role was like that of any media organization to report, not support one side or another. ah, not up to flood for this to leah lug san jose. gonna lock on with the, with did not have a single thought that his idea that the relative in or out on its edge media amended with locals to have in the middle the but it does yellow diploma. it had to have had the it in domestic mac, m and o d m. as ilda, are out both sides to the arab israeli conflict, criticized al jazeera is reporting its office in ramallah in the occupied westbank was shut down by the palestinian authority for 5 days. following a report about,
alleged corruption done as eligible, carmen must have a lease as the sunni arrived, yasser arafat was that it could be. so bobby sula invalid, you bravo, lea, a film in canada, and one of them at the, at the, the of the new millennium marked several major events, both in the middle east and in the world at lunch. in may, 2000 al jazeera was the 1st to report the collapse of the s l egg militia, known as the south lebanon army. this followed, the patrol of his ready forces from lebanon al jazeera was the 1st media to enter the s l. a controlled detention center in al key m palestinians were outraged by the visit of israeli politician ariel sharon to the alex and mosque compound in occupied east jerusalem.
now the one that can be uncovered, landon landon come the honeymoon high for from a fight at a much wood abbey at manic as it is. yet a delilah mi few new york, but one days from that period will be for ever invented on a generation who witnessed the attacks of september. the 11th of 2001 to eli. a calamity of the attacks resonated long after the terrible events of that september morning, global geo politics pivoted. from that date. the west looked to the east both for answers and is a military target for its response. $3000.00 civilians died on the ground and in the 4 hijacked aircraft, the world held its breath awaiting america's response. paddle had that's ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! a lot either an eta mia, a dounia, or a suburb motor adida. what about an, an agenda tacoma for that is bush and
a deck celibate. what asia al jazeera reporting of the events after $911.00 are a key part of the channels history. the attacks had been orchestrated by the al qaeda leader, osama bin laden, who became the world's leading fugitive. within weeks of the attacks, i'll kind i left a taped video message at the doorstep of al jazeera cobble office. the 19 hijackers responsible for the 911 attacks in the united states all came from the middle east. as a result, the political military and media spotlight fell on this region. the u. s. president george w bush placed the blame for the attacks on al qaeda. at 1st, they denied responsibility for the last 9 days. some journalists from other media networks based themselves in the al jazeera newsroom, came to gain an air john,
any breaking news. and though it, if he al cnn, can it in the wasa market of his own, etc. alum, whoso self, he alon pocket alicia louse up will m and m a l pal. a less though. how are, how the shot in wellness, if he feels as he had a pleasure at them? lamar al jazeera beth, it are cabella mar bin ladin will emma beth? it a video and she did the lea, been lad, and at a cello my b day, it'll had about afghanistan. i will fax been lad, and leave charlotte mcnabb. i'm mad jas. emily? hey, the li. defer alert. miss lee and le le couldn't look english etiquette. mod monk into k l ha min america lillia bond or opa little i b is good. has am al jazeera law. yes. with bod busby. what though? it helen has. he had a heal habit. ma that must some bis akbar, decided he,
ye enough sir. al hubbard. the story was in afghanistan, weapon lawton was believed to be in hiding. al jazeera was the only foreign tv broadcast in campbell, at the sound of military operations on the 7th, october 2001. as with operation desert fox, 3 years earlier, al jazeera, his presence on the ground, gave it a head start over it's competitive. bad than mother the police with a little so kind of a little bit of a stab, methodical, fair, but that's a little by little before i saw this movie, the female dog little boy, often the t. a law of the law. a woman fell illegal man and again the i, nathan own kill, had to fillet, was he live to with fulton, but if you 0, going to long but the other half. no one predicted in 2001 that the u. s. operation in afghanistan. but last it further 20 years know that one of the early bombing
targets would be the al jazeera bureau in the capitol reporting was entering a dangerous new face. when i had was on celeste's working in asia, africa, there'd be days where i'd be choosing and editing my iron stories in a refugee camp with no electricity. and right now where confronting some of the greatest challenges that humanity has ever faced. and i really believe that the only way we can do that is with compassion and generosity and compromise. because that's the only way we can try to solve any of these problems is together. that's why they are so important. we make those connections in the country with an abundance of results for the great bar and why indonesia, whose firms, for me, we moved to pool to grow and frock. we balance for green economy, blue economy, and the digital economy with the new job creation law,
indonesia is progressively ensuring the policy reform to create quality jobs, investment. let it be part when denise is growth and progress in indonesia. now, lou again, we should all be here until how you top stories from al jazeera. iranian state tv says to iran has foiled an attempt by the united states to seize one of its oil tankers in the seat of oman. according to the reports, american forces used helicopters and warships during the operation, but to iran, says the tanka is now back in its territorial waters. the un has found evidence that all sides in ethiopia is to grow conflict with violated international human rights, and some may amount to war crimes against humanity. it's new report today says the year long conflict has been marked by ext.