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the consequences, agent orange, was the most destructive chemical warfare a decade later. the same happened in the us state of oregon. these helicopters flying over the ridge, bringing something and they didn't even see the kids put 2 women are still fighting for justice against some of the most powerful forces in the world. the people versus agent orange on out to 0. ah. so don's military leader orders the release of 4 civilian ministers as international pressure mounts to restore the democratic process. ah, hello there, i miss darcy. hey, this is al jazeera live from door ha. also coming up international calls go for a cease fire. ethiopia,
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the u. s. has peace negotiations should begin immediately and without a pre conditions. a warning on the curve at 19 such in europe. the world health organization says the continent is once again a pandemic at the center. and we're in costa rica with tens of thousands of nicaragua and farmers of fled after being branded enemies of the state ah lawsuit, arms military leader has an ordered the release of for civilian cabinet ministers who are all detained in last month's military takeover. that's as international pressure intensifies to reach a deal on the return to power sharing with civilian leaders. now in a phone call with the u. s. secretary of state antony lincoln general until father albert hon said he agrees on the need to accelerate the formation of a government un secretary general antonia good hair, as he also spoke to behind on thursday and urged him restore the transitional
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process. meanwhile, the ousted prime minister della hancock remains under house arrest, but the u. s. and the un both pressing to his full release and reinstatement and more protests against the military takeover also expected later on friday. well, let's speak to our correspondent hipaa morgan. she is in cartoon for us here, but what do you make of who behind has chosen to release? and should we potentially expect more? well, they're not all the ministers who have been arrested or rather ministers and officials from the home with transitional government who have been released. let's not forget that there were at least 6 ministers who have been arrested and one member of the sovereignty council. so those who are released or the minister of information, the minister of trade, the minister of, of communication and the minister of youth and forth, the minister, the cabinet minister in the office of the prime minister, is yet to be released, as well as the minister of industry and the spokesperson of the dissolved sovereignty council. so it's clear that there are still other officials who have
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been released general app them for that album on, on the day he took over when he addressed the media. and the nation said that those who did not face criminal charges will be renewed while those who are not really the ones who are potentially facing criminal charges that looks like those ministers who are yet to be we need the will be facing criminal charges. and this all come to mediation continues between the 2 sides, between general abdel for the hunt and the military on one side and the prime minister below him. the who still under house arrest and yet to be completely released and free on the other hand. so the united nations, the, you and other diplomats here incident have been chuckling back and forth between the 2 sides to try to at least reach some kind of agreement and pay way for the restoration of the civilian government that has been answered when the military took over on october 25th had just how much of an impact is all of that international pressure actually having could we potentially see how dog released and become part of a new governance now has been different statements coming out from both
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sides. prime minister, the lamb duke's office, has repeatedly put out a statement saying that he has conditions before he starts negotiating with the military. one of them is being the complete release of all the detainees who are arrested on the day of the takeover. and the other is the restoration of back to 1000000000 government, which was the post. and he wants the status quo to return to the date of october 24th. that's the day just before the military took over. that's something that the military has repeatedly stated that it's not going to happen. and that if prime minister comes back is going to be to a new cabinet one that is made up of technocrats and with no political affiliations . so there is still some difference between the 2 sides, but the united nation has said that they have reached some kind of breakthrough. and that in the coming days and weeks we will be hearing some kind of an agreement between the 2 sides. both seem to agree that there should be civilian government. both seem to agree that the transition should continue and sedans, democrats process should not be halted. but how they do that is something that both
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sides the fear on. now, with the mediation, the call is for there was to ration up the government that has an outfit for return to that process. that constitutional declaration, which was partially due suspended when general them out of $100.00 over. but how that happened is not it to be clear. we know that the sovereignty council, that general hon has promised will be announced imminently with the waiting to see how it's going to look like. we know that they will be members from the former sovereignty council, included in that in the new sovereignty. conklin, as well as other civilians representing the state after them. but that the executive cabinet that people are halting on, they want to see who's going to meet it, how it will be selected. and if prime minister is going to be free to choose his cabinet, if he's the one to be leading, that new executive company, that is, you have to be formed. and obviously some protest expected. later on today, we'll be keeping an eye on those for you have been morgan with all the nations for us from cartoon. thanks. or meanwhile, international calls are going to
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a cease fire in ethiopia. the u. s. secretary of state says peace negotiations should start immediately without pre conditions. rebels from the northern te guy region say the advancing south towards the capital. and it's now also been reported . 9 anti government factions will form an alliance on friday pick up to has the latest. it's not the 1st call to arms spine if he'll be a leader, but this time it's against an enemy within a person. prime minister abbey amad use the 1st anniversary of the conflict antique roy to call on its citizens to fight and defeat the tiguan rebels. nebraska, m, until ethiopia is free and peaceful. this is the time every citizen has to say. i'm in ethiopia, a soldier to condemn this mischievous plan. while standing next to the ethiopian national defense forces to humiliate the enemy. late last year, if he appear national army with a strength in numbers and significant epa pushed the t grind rebels into retreat.
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but since july, the rebels had been making new gains, expanding the battle from inside t gray into neighboring america and off our region, the school day have not entered an unlikely alliance with the oral more liberation army. a band armed splinter group from romeo region home to few p as largest ethnic group when the federal military had to withdraw from to grey and june after suffer insignificant battlefield losses. and that really does seem to have completed the federal mandatory. and they've been on recruitment campaigns since earned, including and listing these the original horses and militia. but ultimately that means sending quite roar and new recruits into battle. and that seems to have contributed to the fairly consistent gains by the to great forces through eastern i'm horror. the rebels are threatening to move farther south towards addis ababa
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after catching to strategic tanza on a major highway linking. the northern takeaway region with the capitol to get where the teacher i leadership is highly unpopular marquetto, which i told her i was soldiers are not fighting alone. we should know that for sure, our forces will never surrender despite all that you might see on social media on satellite t v. we don't need to heed the advice of foreigners about how to deal with this conflict. this is our rule against those who attempt to in slave us. i believe the u. s. has been calling for immediate negotiations with our preconditions to end the conflict. it's allowing voluntary departure of some of its staff and their family members in the capitol because of escalating violence. washington has sent its special envoy for the horn of africa, tiffy up here, and there ought to regional efforts to deescalate the you gotten precedent has called a meeting of the east african block to discuss the crisis. for no addis ababa remains
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on edge as neither side shows any sign of backing down bianca group though, i'll 0. well, that sounds great to jolessa, we'll get you in at us of other seminars. we've been saying that obviously the international community, hugely anxious about all of this, is any of the pressure that they are placing here having an impact. well, there doesn't seem to be any compromise. the u. s. envoy jeffrey feltman cylinder d'silva, trying to have a meeting with the prime minister. he spoke with the head of the, of the canadian last night. again, insisting that the conflict of begun a year ago should end up because it's due to begin with. it's, it's creating lots of victims and the maintenance, according to the un. 2000000 ethiopians are displeased and money people are facing some kind of famine. and the conflict begun and to grow has moved to um, horror, afar and the rumors that it's heading to a december forcing money of the embassies to take out their embassy personnel. but
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this pressure also comes on the hill sofa, the president of uganda, and the president of kenya, who are insisting that this conflict should end before it gets out of control. but so far, the 2 sites, the prime minister, has been saying from the gate go, they're about to finish the mission. they started a year ago and fight them, fight the enemy. he said, fight a terse organization that the tpr live, which they took on government insist, has endorsed them as a terrorist organization earlier this year. and the t p left is saying they're not willing to compromise that at this point. and they're coming to ad d'silva. there are many, many rumors. we're watching it from a distance. there are many parts of the country. we can't even visit and verify this information. but again, a d'silva is on the age. and the moment and lasagna as this to brian advanced, continues towards the capital. i imagine concern about war breaking out,
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full scale war has been very rare. you mentioned some evacuations that how seriously are people actually taking the threat of war in, at, as, especially with this announcement that there may be some kind of opposition alliance been formed? well to begin was our d'silva city council is the one that us residents to register their arms, defend their neighborhoods, and make sure that they are not becoming a victim of the t p. a less. again, the teach care left was part of a coalition government before this prime minister came to par in 2018. a many people are worried. many people are concern, but the reality is a there as a sense of tense money. people are confused. they're hearing rumors on social media, and there is also a rumor that social media might be restricted at some point. so many people are on the edge. but again, the coalition that's been built in washington d. c,
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between the t p left and other parties are the differences in terms of their mission, our day and night. they've been enemies in the past, and nobody knows how they're willing to work this side. but they seem to have a common enemy, which is the ethiopian government and the prime minister. and again, they're about to sign a, some kind of deal to our negotiate some kind of mission that they might have in a coalition. again, putting the u. s. and such a compromising position in terms of bringing this conflict to the end. and having the u. s. play a leading role. samuel gassett, she that with all the latest for us from addis ababa as the capital remains on edge . thank you so much and still had he is he, on al jazeera, we hear some, some of those displaced multiple times by the shifting front lines of yemen. civil war conflict and climate change will tell you more about the twin crises. chad's
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cattle farmers are battling every day. ah, ah, look forward to brighter skies the winter sponsored my cattle airways. hello, we got more stormy weather into central parts of the mediterranean. more some the storm rumbling away. just round that western side of the med around the valley, eric's pushing through sudden ear corsica rode across italy. this sir, whether france making its way all the way up towards the baltic states a long one this. and it's dragging that moisture that wet weather in across some parts of italy and bo, cuz he's been doing so for the past few days. it'll do so for the next few days. i'm afraid we have seen fatty particularly around the balkan seeking little further south, which as we go through friday, but not really moving too far. as you can see. it remained stormy across the western side of the mediterranean. little farther north,
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not cheap at one or 2 showers there and to poland, into germany. fine and troy across the u. k. for bonfire night and friday, article side temperatures in london around 10 celsius in the heat of the day. on friday push out into the weekend and this is similar pitcher, very wet weather coming in across northern ireland, scotland, seeing some live the showers longest spells of bright on a very strong, gusty wind at all rattle its way through wetter weather, communicate much of the british house at ireland lobby showers. they will continue just around sardine, sardinia and corsica. moscow is coming in here with the possibility of flooding. oh, the weather sponsored by casara always. when the news of, when people meet to be heard with club team was founded on blood with exclusive interviews and in depth reports. if the families that are teaching each other, how to search review authority,
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al jazeera has teens on the ground liquid rock shot up into the air as well as chemicals being really used to bring you more room when documentaries and light news. ah ah ha. you're watching al jazeera, that's my job. on top stories, the sound to don's military leader has agreed with the you a secretary of state on the need to speed up the formation of a new government general, our professor albert hom, has ordered the release a for civilian cabinet ministers detained in last month. military takeover, still more protests are expected later on friday. un security council is set to meet to discuss the escalation conflict in ethiopia. there are growing calls for an
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immediate cease fire, and the u. s. envoy is in addis ababa to push 50 escalation. now the world health organization says in europe has once again become the epicenter of the cove at 19 pandemic. and currently has more infections than asia and africa combined. infections, especially bad in central and eastern europe, where vaccination rates remain low. joe hall has more. while many people are out and about as if the coven 19 threat has passed, the world health organization says the wider european region is once more at the pandemic epi center, across $53.00 countries, including parts of central asia. there are 78000000 current infections. that's more than the cumulative total of south east asia, the eastern mediterranean, and all of africa. and it's a figure rising by a quarter of a 1000000 new infections daily with 3600 deaths every day. according to one
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labor projection, if we stay on this trajectory, we could see another half a 1000000. gov at 19 debts in europe and central asia by the 1st of february next year. why is it happening in a region with generally good access to vaccines? the w h o points to waning immunity among those vaccinated 6 months or more ago. and vaccine hesitancy in countries like russia, where misinformation on social media has contributed to more than a 1000 virus deaths a day. there's also the relaxation of public health measures, england, for example, where mandatory restrictions were lifted in july is now responsible for around one in 10 of all new infections worldwide. efforts to distribute booster jobs are being hampered by public apathy. yet the government is resisting calls from scientists to reintroduce precautions or risk and even more deadly winter. there is
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a glimmer of good news. the u. k. has become the 1st country in the world to license a new treatment for cove at 19 described as potentially game changing the anti viral pill made by us pharmaceutical company. merck has been shown to have the chances of dying or being hospitalized for those most at risk. of severe symptoms of the disease, this pill interferes with the viruses replication mechanisms. and by interfering with how it reproduces, it makes it make many mistakes. and by making many mistakes, it stops it from being able to reproduce properly. and that's how it works. but new treatments alone won't be enough to slow the renewed spread of the virus across europe, among countries, some of whom believed until recently that it was all over. jonah hope al jazeera on of holes health ministry, meanwhile, is worried that the wally celebration could lead to arise. and the number of code, the 1900 cases that
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a nation wide vaccination drive is underway. but demand for shots is outpacing supply. same bas robbie has more from capital to the festival season in the poll means public holidays crowded markets and family gatherings. these are auspicious times for togetherness and worship, but also prime conditions to spread covert 19 the pulse health ministry is offering to vaccinate people at bus terminals. an effort to prevent travelers spreading, corrode a virus during the holidays. it is exactly what landed reduced his grandfather in hospital even though the 75 year old was fully vaccinated. he ended up with severe pneumonia needed oxygen and spent days in critical condition. he's stable now, but still endanger. and just by wanting to be by his grandfather's side, so too is radish yourself or otherwise you cannot take the vaccine. but
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you're still come to the hospital. no worries yourself. i'm a bit worried, but he's my grand and i love him more. and i'm taking all the necessary precautions. anything can happen. it is not how this family was expecting to spend the festive season at the peak of the virus in the summer. here at the main infectious diseases hospital encampment do it was standing room only. now there may be fewer cases than before, but the fact of the matter is, in rooms here at this intensive care unit, there are still people connected to oxygen machines who are fighting for their lives. when we visited, at least half a dozen people were being treated in this, i see you a nation wide vaccine drive is underway. demand for doses is higher than the supply line. they're not a bad side. if we get vaccinated, they said we won't get sick. that we won't die, i said i'm already near death,
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but i've taken the 1st. i'm here to take the 2nd one. 0, good. i'm scared. of course on so many people are dying. of course i'm scared. nepalese people may want vaccines, but they do not want p c. r tests. the pulse health ministry is offering to test people free of charge. but the potential loss of income for weeks of quarantine is as serious a risk for some as the virus. positive cases are nowhere near peak levels, but a vaccine shortage, economic conditions and the holidays mean more cases and fatalities may be inevitable. they basra, the ultra 0 cut mondays, are moving on and agencies in yemen have raised serious concerns about the humanitarian situation. in the central province of marriage, dozens of people have been killed in recent fighting, including women and children. nearly 37000 people have been displaced this year.
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margery reports, mohammed had the l. her molly is in his eighty's. he's been uprooted for times by the shifting front lines of humans, civil war. out of money am bedridden. he's now confined to attend in a makeshift camp outside marriage, city, east of the capital. santa ana was a stat. winter has come and we have children, large families and poor families. then he blankets, mattresses, shelters, and ways to keep warm, blankets and bedding. any tent and neat places to live. of the estimated 1000000 displaced people in merab city, 80 percent of women and children. agency say the humanitarian needs for outstrip the capacity on the ground. the city has crowded camps and overstretched, public service and health care system, and an increasingly vulnerable host community. in bulk me, tell me what is going on. if you receive 200 to 300 patients and all the patients
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need to full free services, this leads to big pressure on the hospital, especially with the lack of medicine. i'll tell you that medicines are in great demand. in addition to laboratory solutions for examinations and other things. world powers have struggled to engineer the truth needed to revive talks to when the conflict that has displaced millions and left them with little or no food. as winter settles in, doctors say they have reached breaking point and are concerned about the rising number of flu and cove at 19 cases. oh not yet, but she did. wow, well, what is a high demand and midweek and scarce capabilities of a hospital to treat patients, especially as we are heard of winter. and in the season, the diseases increased very significantly, as it is well known as displaced people live in camps. and this leads to an increase in the number of cases, especially in the current state of having 8 workers born. an escalation of violence
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in marriage could lead to further displacement. they are urging governments and leaders around the world to help the people of yemen. a marriage or 3, and which is 0. now, the top you an official and bosnia, had the governor says the p steel that ended the war 26 years ago. there is under threat, the bosnian serb leader miller, our daughter has announced plans to establish a separate army within the country that violates the 1995 days in peace agreement which ended the 3 and a half year conflict. while the by the administration has approved its 1st major arm sale to saudi arabia, congress now has 30 days to review the $650000000.00 sale of air to air missiles. there has been criticism from both democrats and republicans of saudi arabia's involvement of the war in yellen, and they've attempted to block arms sales to the kingdom. the usa department says the deal is meant to help re i defend itself against cross border attacks from who the rebels. well, in parts of chad,
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conflict is growing as 1st highland grazing land. their shrinks dry zones are expanding and the changing climate making resources ever more precious. i'm an address reports another victim of climate change. a prized horse sir, comes to the searing heat. here i'm exhausted, lum was left behind by my greeting. heard 4 wild eyeballs to deval as its losses. pile up idle muhammad, the rounds of his cattle and family, and had towards the border with kimbrell. me. well, after that or buffalo would, we are leaving to had a past years, greener and the weather's more bearable. the migration will save what's left of my cattle, the drought, and the rising heat taken so much away from me. far removed from what world leaders are doing at the climate change summit. his just trying to cut his losses and recover. even if that means risking attacks by bandits, bow, quorum,
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and corrupt officials, as he crosses the chide come road border. mom would you bring expects the dry period and his losses to continue. al serra them has have been by the rains, have failed us, and the unbearable heat is drying up the little water that we have. it's painful to watch your animals die and there's nothing you can do about it is not sure if you will have any kettle left before the rain return. while politicians and expos discuss how to slow global warming, actors say people in this a hell already living, that gloomy future. the leaders are talking about. they say the region continues to see arise, and temperatures. and p 8 could get worse. if it to them also come to the desert, i can definitely tell you that in this region, which time has in fact run out to the seller. it's up to us to act and mitigate the impact bolton. we've also, ob, gross till occupy, like swathes of territory. father limiting access to water and lead for agriculture
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. as the impact of climate change becomes clear, pasta really is up, forced to make a difficult decision to some of the animals are very low prices. all of them die, and when they bring them to markets like this, they find few people can afford to buy them. ahmed edris al jazeera jemina. now tens of thousands of nicaraguans are crossing into neighbor costa rica to escape poverty. and what they say is political repression. they'd hoped upcoming elections on sunday would bring about a more democratic government. but that appears unlikely with the imprisonment of nearly all opposition leaders and latin america as a lease in human reports from costa rica. this rule region in costa rica, near the border with nicaragua, is to day home to 70 nicaraguan farmers who had to flee their own land. they were lucky to be able to rent this farm to raise and sell pigs in order to feed their
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families. there among the thousands of poor nicaraguan farmers who began protesting in 2013 against president daniel ortega's plan to expropriate their land and build a multi $1000000000.00 transatlantic canal. by doing so, they became enemies of the state, along with tens of thousands of other nicaraguans who crossed into costa rica in the last 3 years to escape reprisals for taking part in anti government protests. no miracle nicaraguans are emigrating as never before because the repression is continuing. and so does the migration to costa rica, spain, the united states. people can't live with the psychosis, the fear that they'll be imprison, beaten, and tortured. and then there's the economic situation. record numbers of nicaraguans are leaving their country the 2nd poorest in the americas. after hating since president, daniel ortega launched a new crack down against opponents. earlier this year, the number of nicaraguans attempting to reach the united states has more than
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quadrupled according to the u. s. customs and border patrol, but the vast majority come here to costa rica to work in the fields, like the cassette his family. they to say they had to abandon their farm in nicaragua because they're protested against would take his plans to take their land . now they're struggling to afford rent and food. so 2 of their 4 children are helping them pick coffee. oh, margaret there. even though we were poor in nicaragua, we were in our country for but the fear that bill suddenly come and kill you while you're working. we're walking down the road is too heavy because that's what they're doing. it's hard work when the beans are still green and even with the whole family working all day from 6 in the morning until 2 in the afternoon, they'll be lucky if they make about 8 dollars to date. yet as difficult as it is for people who work here in the countryside to make a living, it's much more difficult for the nicaraguan exiles when economic migrants who go to
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the capitol. the la can't view neighbourhood in sank will say is where many of the more than 130000 nicaraguans have asked for refugee status are living in the majority in overcrowded dwellings. they can't afford the very end of the minute. unemployment, soaring and costa rica and the nicaraguan migrants who work in construction or as housemaids are the 1st casualties. what i think of a little amazed because i used to work as made well, but since the pandemic, they don't give us work because they say they don't want any one in their homes. and they also ask for documents with their main opponents. now imprison ortega should easily win sundays presidential elections and that say these migrant will likely only increase the exodus from their trouble torn country and see in human al jazeera at aquila costa rica. ah.


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