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of president bashar assad. we believe assad simply carrying out iranian orders wants you to awake at night. when the reason that could effect any human are sought master of chaos coming soon on old g 0. ah. the army chief, the hines who don's military takeover promises a democratic transition and says he will not be part of a future administration. ah, are there uninstall the attain? this is al jazeera life and are also coming up. vote counting has underway in nicaragua, but the election has been called a pantomime by the u. s. a show of support fe, ethiopians, government, hundreds of thousands rally as rebel groups threatened to march on the capital. i
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think we'll be here. i just don't think we'll look to say taking action on rising sees. we look at the cities battling to keep back the water. ah now the army general who led a military take over ensued on last month says he will not be part of the future government after the transitional period. speaking exclusively to al jazeera belfast, albert han says he is committed to a smooth democratic transition. once elections are held in 2023, last month the military took power, dissolved the civilian arm of the government and declared a state of emergency. it is our pledge a pledge we made to ourselves, the sudanese people and the international community that we are committed to completing the democratic transition, holding elections on time and committed to not stopping any political activity as
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long as it is peaceful and within the bounds of the constitutional declaration and the past that have not been suspended. we also ask the international community to look at the issue critically and through the reality and wait to see what we do. we are committed to handing over power to civilian government, a government of national competency, and we pledged to preserve the transition from any interference that can hinder it . while the handles are denied that the army was responsible for the deaths of protesters who've been demonstrating against the take over on sunday security forces. 5 tear gas at a group of teachers who were protesting in the capitol cartoon demonstrators, and set up barricades on the fast of 2 days of civil disobedience. several people were arrested during that fis in wrestle satta spoke to general dan. he has worn out from caught him, is today when i met the army general opposite that were hannah said that a people are free have right to peacefully protest in the cities. and there were
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several protest going on. industries did at did that, the teachers union said that at least 80 people to they have been arrested by the security forces. there has been been, any casualties reported. however, the pressure at through the streets is really ramping up, and people are putting the barricades and below get a barricade to a dare to block the main roads in the city, which is something that the military definitely doesn't want to see it because it wants to get back to the normal as soon as possible. however, the civil disability, it's obedience, is still there and protests or going on. so he also to, they have talked about the political crud, ongoing political crisis in the country as well. seen that the talks are on the way with their political parties and the figures, including the asa prime minister, after law hum duke to a reach to a consensus on forming any government. and he said that he hopes to reach to
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a deal within the next 24 hours despite several obstacles and to they also the prime minister. the also prime minister of the lamb duke has met the representatives of the different political a parties. and he said that he will accept whatever they decide to do. so as i said, the army general abdulla alpha a dead al hat has said that he hopes to reach a bill within 24 hours despite obstacles or fatal nathi as the director of the africa program at the european council on foreign relations. he says, the mediation talks hinge on just who will lead a new civilian government. i think there are some, some positive elements there. but we need to bear in mind that what's decisive for the other side in this conflict, for the protest movement on the street, is the reinstatement of prime minister conduct as the civilian leader of the
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government. that's going to be a key to determining it. we're talking now about civilian leadership, but until that's very clearly defined. who that will be persona 5 by. it's a little bit open to interpretation. what is actually been agreed? i think that the, the conflict between the 2 or the way this has evolved, has led the protest movement to create new demands to go a step further than where we were with the status quo. i have the those well that within the protest movement, the some sense of sobriety is setting in and there, there may be a growing consensus about the return to the status quo as being not a bad place to restart from on moving on. and the wise houses calling nicaragua is election a pantomime. the u. s. as it will use all diplomatic and economic tools at its disposal to hold. daniel,
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take his government accountable. he's expected to win another presidential term after disqualifying most of the opposition. the government of neighboring costa rica says it won't recognize the verse of latin america editor lucy newman reports now from the capital san jose grogan soldiers, police and sandinista party supporters came out bright and early to vote. but in most of the country, the streets and the usually bustling polling stations were empty. this was in response to a call to boycott, an election in which all the competitive opposition candidates were imprisoned, or disqualified from running. foreign journalists were barred from entering the country to cover the voting president, daniel ortega and his wife of sadie moody, you'll the vice president. nevertheless, hale the election as fair free and democratic ortega then described opponents and the alleged foreign backers as terrorists. soon them all, you see all germans demons who do not want peace,
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who do not want to rank. we'll let you for our country. are they upped for violence, for war, for slander, for campaigns, for what? so that nicaragua is once again plunged into violent confrontations? oh la lilia lopez is one of the many who did not vote still in mourning for her 21 year old son died than whom she says was murdered by ortega, security forces during an anti government protest. or have you lost the sun, where we go? nob, there's been no justice because you know how we are with your take a maria regime for them. these victims don't exist, there be no murders or political prisoners. oh, what public protests have been outlawed in nicaragua in neighboring cluster. we got thousands of nicaragua, refugees marched to denounce with the it was a far what daniel ortega has organized is a political circus. that's why we are dressed as clans to mock his circus. would
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continue crying out for justice for all those he has killed since taking power at least another 8 government critics were reportedly arrested in nicaragua before the polls opened. many of the exiles say they were forced to flee their country here into costa rica as exile. so that they wouldn't end up like these people who are among the more than 300 nicaraguans who were killed by police are paramilitary groups during the 2018 uprising. now, many nicaraguans are asking the international community to step up to the plate u. s. government is expected to announce stronger sanctions against the ortega government shortly while the uses it's considering what action to take to put further pressure on the government. as for the election results, with all the competitive oppositional candidates behind bars, the pole was never about who would get the most roach, but rather about mr. and mrs. were takers permanent in power to see a newman,
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al jazeera, sankoh se costa rica, hans itsyana brenda as a central america analyst at the international crisis group. and he says one major concern about these elections is that they're happening in a police state. but also on the other side, you have this opposition movements which are incomplete disarray and over the past few years of not managed to nurture. what was the spirit of the age 2018 mass protest movements, and not prioritizing demands of social and political change that these movements brought forward, which is also somehow these illusions and received a lot of nicaraguans. so it will, but this election would not be a test only for ortega to see how many people will actually show up to vote for him . but also for the, for the opposition movements to the show. if they still have a way over the population. the countries social political crisis is actually,
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i'm sustainable. any does lead to prompted a strong economic recession over the bus fee is just badly recovering. but mostly, thanks to global trend in the economy and a lot of resources being funneled as well as more years of government. actually results from basically one sided volt will unlikely result. first of all, the lack of legitimacy that has continually and internationally. he will definitely change the way for our investment and we'll get a hold of international loans. so the combination of these sort of continuous or deepen isolation to nationally and regression certainly will definitely 1st of all . busy from more and more new car wants to leave the country and not only to costa rica, which was a traditional mission country,
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but increasing and the also to the us. hundreds of thousands of people has demonstrated across ethiopia and support of government forces, bashing, advancing, rebels. the largest demonstration was held in the capital at us other than the to gray people's liberation funds has captured strategic towns along the route to the capitol. maldonado reports bianca, ga ga. noticeable was moscow's queer tensile. thousands of protesters show their support with a few pink m. oh, organized by the cities administration. it's also meant to lend support to the armed forces in their war against the to grey rebels of their allies, famous singer teddy couldn't use it was invited to sing in praise of if you're pissed military and took the opportunity to call for peace. and i'm dog, i was in the battle ground when i was told the battle was against my brother. i turned back i thought i'd let the young people not be sent. instead, let's send our eldest negotiation is better with guns. we bring no solution. it's
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enough. they see up in government, us call the fight against the to grey rebels on existence, shall war prime minister abbey mer to want the nobel peace prize 2 years ago has vowed to body his enemies. abbey also declared a nationwide state of emergency that allows an armed citizen of military edge to be conscripted. the military has also asked veterans to re enlist thousands of civilians have since during the war. despite the state of emergency declared by the government, these come on the streets of what is saba traffic on the cities? main roads remain busy. as the residents go about them, they live business. but there's an unusually heavy police presence with officers conducting a random security on identity checks. i don't feel any difference in the state of emergency was declared commodity prices had not changed much shook ovula after entering the state of emergency, my business has not changed much. and i can see my customers coming to buy things
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every day, just as before. i'm not too worried about what will happen in the future, but i hope that our country will have peace soon one, but not every one is confident. the u. s. embassy, not the suburb, but ordered the departure of its non essential diplomats on such a day. a day after advising all us citizens. to leave it, she appears as soon as possible. and several other embassies, including those of so derby canada, sweden and no. we have now done the same madeau al jazeera, i disobey few appear hostile had here on out as in high security in iraq after a drone attack on the prime minister's house in bagdad highly vote by greens on venting his leaders in chinese presents using thing to secure his authority as a key, musing gets under way and beijing ah ah,
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look forward to brightest galleys the winter sponsored on cattle ways. this is the time of year when the residents around the gulf says say whence it going to rain when it tends to rain thunderstorms any time the next 4 months. and they're just showing the hint. now these little blue dots you took out are and around due by that generally around the streets of homers, could wealthy shout in the next day or so part of the winter front. this dies as it disappears northwards towards north math, can stand where it will produce a little bit of snow, but temperatures. here are a spot on average to somebody at about 10 degrees and sunshine is still majority, where the type of dis part of the world for the wes, equally, it's sunny and surprisingly warm throughout turkey and cyprus and the levant gases at 29 because he is at 31 because he is near record high actually for november reco being 33 down to normal was how we get to thursday. just to change your wind direction and the faces,
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the sun is already fierce is time the year. the bigger picture for wednesday still suggest the might be something the way of cloud might deposited. it was for to rain or to somewhere in the gulf and go. not much to it really is a but little bit of a breeze coming down. not the shamal, just a northerly breeze drops as briefly into actual africa. and as we said yesterday, a few shouted leafy hundreds. but most the rain is further west for the weather. sponsored by katara, always question the narrative. you don't have ways to whether decent formation is real or not. you don't have any way to verify, identify who is telling the story their motivation. these are multi national corporations that are interested in profit, anticipate the consequences. the media was complicit in, perpetuating this myth. i'm going to tell you that i think that many people die because of the lifting pace, deconstruct the media on al jazeera. ah
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ah no, they want to me all 0 that's remind you about stories, they have a cell. so don's military leaders says he will not be part of a future government after the transitional period. general other thought alba told al jazeera he's committed to transferring power to civilian leadership funds. elections. i have in 2023. my vote counting has underway. nicaragua elections, president daniel ortega is expected to win a 4th term. most of the opposition has been bought from running the pole has been denounced as a pen to mind by the us. hundreds of thousands of people have rallied across ethiopia in support of government forces, battling a regular bombs to grind. rebels have captured strategic towns along the highway to
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the capital and of all. so threatened to advance on addis ababa rocks. leaders have condemned an apparent assassination attempt on the prime minister as a heinous and cowardly act. arms drones targeted with stuff val academy is residents in the highly secured greens are and in the early hours of sunday waffle double by head reports now from baghdad heightened security needed above daddy green soon. it comes after the prime minister as a residence in the fortified area came under attack. the government says for the army, drones were flown over the compound of most of alchemy. when hit the building, 2 others were shot down. exactly, you shot repeatedly magog to all of those who were worried. my residence was targeted in a cowardly attack. thanks to god, and he's grice, all of those working with me and i are doing well. these cowardly rockets and these cowardly drawings do not help in building nations,
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nor can they be part of any future. the government said it's investigating the incident. the, as the state department has offered to help in iran, the secretary of the supreme national security council called it a terrorist attack. he blamed for an intervention for what he described as new sedition. the attack came 2 days of the demonstrations against the results of parliamentary elections in october left. at least one person dead and many injured pro. iranian parties lost about 2 thirds of their seats in the vote. the vacuum, the electoral commission of rigging that is else and demand the recount. many of their supporters are members of the pupils. mobilization forces the parties military wings. they've since occupied areas near the heavy, fortified green zone. that's home to international diplomatic missions and
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government offices. pro iranian groups are among the demonstrators here, but these protestors deny they carry down the tech and say it may have been orchestrated by a 3rd party to for men to violence between them and security forces. through iranian groups have been accused of getting our similar drone attacks over the past 2 years, against u. s. military bases in facilities in the green zone. some protest said the drone attack targeted them, and the government in no, no cities, so late. there are evil people behind if you want to create chaos and divert the public's attention away from the main cause, demanding justice for those who were killed on friday. and sir, on a mastery between the government and the popular mobilization force with some of these protesters are skeptical. they say the attack was fake, and the accuser calls the me of pretending to be a victim that vowing to continue their demonstration. had al jazeera.
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but that now china is ruling communist party is holding a key leadership meeting and beijing present. gigi thing is expected to further cement as orthography. the meeting will lay the groundwork for the 2022 congress where she will seek a 3rd 5 year term, hundreds of top policy officials, including st. leaders, ministers, and military g. so all attending, well, i swear to andy mark, who's a senior research fellow with a sense of china and globalization in beijing. he explains the importance of the resolution that the party is discussing. one of the key features of the chinese system is a very close integration between philosophy, history and politics, which is very different from the west where philosophy and history are seen as very specialized topics that are somewhat removed from day to day life. but in china, this close integration is largely the reason for the success of the c p. c.
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we have to recognize that with more than 90000000 members of the communist party of china. membership is larger than the total population of countries like germany and turkey. so, managing, running such an enormous organization, i think takes vision as well as management aptitude. but this is also a message to china as well of where china's headed over the next 100 years. of course we just saw 100 down the grocery, c, p, c. and finally, i think this is a message to the world, because we know that we are facing unprecedented global challenges, that host threats to the future humanity. and with china's offering is a system that has been proven to work, but it's based again, very, very different, philosophical and political principles and this integration between philosophy,
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history and politics. i think that makes it unique. and this i think, is really focusing global attention on this new paradigm. this new way of governing that could lead to real breakthroughs for humanities. now moving on and registrations are set to open for candidates and libby as presidential and parliamentary elections. december's vote will be the 1st time that libyans have directly elected the president's and the overthrow of mama gadhafi the election as part of the un backed plan, which so the rival east and west administration combine. how west african regional block has imposed sanctions on molly's transitional leaders for delaying elections that was set for february. the restrictions include travel bands and an asset freeze which will also target the leaders family members echo and say that we'll consider other measures in december. if there's no progress utility, highly deep, moore's the lack of progress made in the preparation for the election
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including the absence of detail timetable activities for the conduct of election on the agree. did you authority tenants the need to add to the transition? thank their ball. in respect of the election scheduled for 27, february 2022, cyril urines president has visited dozens of people who were injured in an oil tanker explosion on friday. nearly a 100 people were killed after the tanka collided with a truck at a busy intersection in the capital free town witnesses, a crowds of people were trying to collect the leaking fuel. when at van ignited, the government has to carry the expression and national disaster. liberia's government has launched a campaign to get african americans to settle their, their offering citizenship, and a chance for people to reconnect with their roots. historic buildings are being
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torn down to make way for new apartment blocks, but local architects wants to preserve the country's history. nicholas' hoc reports now from monrovia on liberia's. providence island, an african american, is in search of her past, who are pictured from michigan is stepping in the ruins of the 1st home built by freed. american slaves brought to africa some 200 years ago. it's on providence island that they founded the republic of liberia. providence island feels like liberty proud as island feels like healing um providence. highland feels like joy and anticipation in it. providence island means is a place where i can remove. i can take the chains from my neck. i can shake the dust from my feet and i can start new. that's what i feel. in the countries oldest church, the young gather to celebrate thanksgiving. the tradition brought by the free slaves, supported by the american colonization society. the founding settlers became the
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country's elite and they kept many african needed in servitude transforming their traditions, culture and architecture. according to the truth and reconciliation commission, this helped fuel liberia's civil wars. a quarter of a 1000000 people died during the 2 decade long conflicts were in downtown monrovia from where during the civil war, snipers would shoot at people in it's in this neighborhood that yet again, a 100 year old building is being torn down to make way for you apartment blocks now for some, this is library moving away from its past, looking towards a future for others. preserving these old buildings is an essential act of remembrance of liberia as troubled and divided passed by this is like there was the end, the book so much alike. a shack that the owner richard tolbert wants to tear down, but architect, joseph jones, sees history worth preserving. you cannot forget about your pass. we'll want the
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kids the big to do, cuz we're studying architectural, to understand how houses were built in la bureau before. and why, almost all of the free slaves came from america, southern state of south carolina. the servers came here trying to emulate a margaret called shaw their bread, american culture back to liberia, very intensely where not to be africans by beer, as history does not start with the arrival of african americans. jones believes some of the street names should reference the nation, 17 indigenous groups, and efforts be made to preserve the diverse architectural history of the country. as an increasing number of african americans make liberia their home. laura picture believes there's so much to learn from the past in order to build a better future for all liberians. nicholas hawk al jazeera providence island librarian. while the u. s,
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will now fully open its borders to vaccinated. foreign travelers on monday, non essential travel to the u. s. had largely been banned for 20 months as part of private 19 restrictions. it's ab orders were closed to people from much of the wild, including europe, the u. k. a. china india, brazil. only a few countries were allowed entry. restrictions were also in place at the mexican and canadian borders. now as a un climate summit enters its final days in scotland, there has been disappointment from activists who say commitments, somebody haven't gone far enough. but as climate change accelerates rising sea levels threatening lives and livelihoods, some coastal cities and now taking masses into their own hands. and the gallagher reports from miami, miami set to become the most vulnerable coastal city in the world. according to the economic organization, resources for the future, and it's not hard to see why. the city faces a constant barrage of storm surges, coastal flooding and rising sea levels that it's not addressed. threatening future
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if we get a coastal surge from a storm or even a high tide. they can flood this area, their challenges that miami's chief resilience officer works on every day. dozens of projects have already been completed, but the challenge is a huge volition. in the way we occupy this land and how we deal with the water making room for water that we didn't think was going to be up on the land. i think we'll be here. i just don't think we'll look the same. that's a hard pill to swallow in the city that expanding and known as the gateway to the americas. but they're all learners of hope. for decades, miami is being considered the city at the forefront of tackling rising sea levels. and there's no question it is vulnerable. but many people point to this building the present museum of miami as a picture of what the future might look like. sitting over 3 meters higher than current storm surge requirements, the museum incorporates the latest in porous materials,
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water management techniques and drainage. okay, well this is fun. let's do more of it. despite the cost of construction of well over a $100000000.00. it's an example of what can be done. we knew exactly where this building was going to be. we wanted to make sure it was here forever. and it starts right there, what are the needs of an art museum, but what are the needs when you are on the water in miami, florida, like many coastal cities, miami city planners, a finally taking action. some architects envisioning a very different relationship with the rising seas. designs like this may be revolutionary, but experts say the alternative is unthinkable. we have an opportunity, hopefully to innovate and to think of ways that we can live with water and, and still not have to pack and go right because you know, this placing 6000000 people, you know, in an urban area is no easy to us. the challenges in the costs involved the monumental sea levels continue to rise. the city could soon run out of options or
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the gallagher al jazeera miami, florida. a little farther south 40 turtles have now been released into a remote area of the amazon rain fast in columbia. it marks in new pact protecting that area from deforestation. colombian air force, pilots flew the reptiles into the rain forest, where they were then released on the banks and put in my river the amazonian viva agreement was signed by the countries environmental authorities, local governance, and research institutes. oh, hello, that this is out of here, and these are the headlines. the army general who lead a military take over and sued on last month says he will not be part of the future government. after the transitional period, speaking exclusively to al jazeera as of october hands says he's committed to a smooth democratic transition. once elections are held in 2023 last month.


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