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presented a family easy, honest moment, and helen, massive suffering could have been avoided. i became a journalist to tell the story of what is happening, but also shows the wider context. i'm elizabeth crohn m ah. ready the army chief behind sedans, military take over promises a democratic transition in an exclusive interview with al jazeera. ah, i'm role baptism. this is audra 0 live from doha, also coming up cementing she jin things leadership. a key meetings underway in beijing. that'll pave the way for the president to hold
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a 3rd term and office also ahead vote counting a nick had i go up presently ortega is expected to win a poll that the u. s. is calling a pantomime? i think we'll be here. i just don't think we'll look for sac and taking action on rising sees. we look at the cities battling to keep the water at bay. ah. the army general who led a miller to take over in sudan last month says he will not be part of the future government. after the transitional period, speaking exclusively to al jazeera outdoor father, all behind says he's committed to a smooth democratic transition. once elections are held in 2023, last month, the military to power dissolved the civilian arm of the government and declared a state of emergency. hello, hello,
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remodel. i seated on numerous occasions. if things go as planned, i will continue to function until the reins of power handed over to an elected government. i simply wished to serve my people truly and faithfully. after that, i will have no political role. i have no hopes to run any election race. i hope i would be able to deliver on this promise and work together, a sudanese until the state of fees are handed over to an elected government. we've exhausted nearly 3 years wasting much time and if it, if they were directed to productivity, our situation would have definitely been different by now, 3 years of blocking roads, crippling protests and political fallacies. we failed to deliver on the promise change or the desired transition. we failed to fulfill the people's wishes or dreams for justice. august it, as rachel sat down who interviewed outdoor fatter. alba han has this update from cartoon. the protesters are, are putting the batteries on stress to block the main roads, which is slowing down the system. and which is something that definitely the army
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doesn't want to say because it wants to get the live bag as soon as sort of possible to get back the list to get the life back to the normalcy. but on the other hand, there has been roughly around 80 people arrested. this is what, how did the teachers union at have said look, i did then did of the international calls also are for were hand to just restore the civilian government. there had been also some sources seen that out there also the prime minister of the law. hum duke has met the representatives off the appoint tickled parties, and his he told them that he would, he would accept whatever they decide. and he will follow the people in the city. so when i, when i asked at, in the mr. upton, what the hell behind the army general up at that will hand weather days, negotiations, the politic of negotiations are specifically on. do with ham duke or not. he said that the negotiations are with handbook and with some other candidates as well. so
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some sources close to up to la. hm. do. says that a plums, luke told the people around him that he's not going to be a part of a government that mr. that will hand declares in you can watch the full interview which sedans general other father al, behind on talked to al jazeera later as to day. at 1430 g and t, china's willing communist part is holding an important leadership meeting in beijing. president, she doing things expected to further extend his gr, upon power. the gathering will lay the groundwork for the congress in 2022. but she is expected to seek a 3rd 5 year term, hundreds of top party officials, including state leaders, ministers and military chiefs and taking part, katrina, you has more on the significance of this meeting in beijing. we've only had 3 historical resolutions announced in the last century also which says how important this meeting will be. the platinum itself takes place every year,
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but it's not very often at all that we hear that a historical resolution will be announced. and, and what's that basically, this is a statement or a speech that will have a huge impacts on chinese politics going forward. it will sort of say what is acceptable, what is not, what should be celebrated? what should be criticized and it will really lay ground work down for the future direction of the party. so we've had gigi ping and he will be central to this meeting, and he's expected to really underscore his power during this meeting this week. now it's just for a little bit of history. he came to palette 20122013 he started his rule with this powerful anti corruption campaign in this campaign full so very effective in eliminating she's opponents and his enemies as well. and in 2018 we had the announcement that there will be an ending of presidential term limits allowing she to ping to continue for 2nd term and into this unprecedented 3rd term,
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which is also about to begin. and earlier this year, when the communist party celebrated it's 100 years in power, she's been paying announced the achievement of shall call. sure, a way which is moderately prosperous society. and this is really seen by, by many here in china. she's saying that he couldn't deliver on a promise made to the chinese people about 100 years ago, that he can make china more wealthy and more powerful. that was seen as a step into further legitimizing his position as the valid leader of china and marks us senior research fellow at the center for china and globalization in beijing. he explains the importance of the solution. the communist 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
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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. 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 posed threats to the future humanity. and which is offering is
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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, history and politics. i think that makes it unique. and i think is really focusing global attention on this new paradigm. this new way of governing that could lead to real breakthroughs for humanity. the us president, criticized nicaragua was election on sunday as a pantomime election that was neither free nor fair. joe biden says his administration will use old diplomatic and economic toes at its disposal to hold daniel, or tell us governments accountable, or take as expected to win another presidential term. after disqualifying, most of the opposition, the government of neighboring costa rica says it won't recognize the vote. our latin america editor, lucy newman, reports from there because she wasn't allowed in to nicaragua. nicaraguan soldiers,
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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 in 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, sally moody, you the vice president. nevertheless, hale the election as fair free and democratic ortega then described opponents and their alleged foreign backers as terrorists. soon, the more you see our demons, demons who do not want peace, who do not want tranquillity for our country. they upped for violence, for war, for slander, for campaigns, for what, so that nicaragua is once again plunged into violent confrontations. oh la lydia
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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 already lost the time where we go . now there's be 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. ah, why? public protests have been lot in nicaragua, in neighboring cluster. we got thousands of nicaraguan refugees march to denounce what they insisted was a farce. what daniel ortega has organized is a political circus. that's why we are addressed as close to mach his circus. we continue crying out for justice, for all those he has killed, scenes taking power at least the other 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
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end up like these people who are among the more than 300 nicaraguans who were killed by police or 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 use as its considering what action to take to put further pressure on the government. as for the election results, with all the competitive opposition of candidates behind bars, the pole was never about who would get the most votes, but rather about mr. and mrs. were takers permanence in power. to see a newman al jazeera sank will say, costa rica to santa brenda is a central america analyst to the international crisis group. he says, one major concern about the elections is that they're happening at a police state. but also on the other side,
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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. they, the countries, social political crisis is actually, i'm sustainable. any does lead to prompted a strong economic recession over the bus. he is just badly recovering dcf, but mostly thanks to global trend in the economy and
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a lot of resources being funneled as well as more years of government. actually results from basically one sided volt will likely 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 repression and 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, but increasing. and the also to the us still hadn't all the 0. we're going to have more from baghdad on the investigation into the assassination attempt on the prime minister must have had me plus mine. peter, i'll be here on the iranian coast of greece. find out later why amateur sports
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tourism is injecting millions of dollars in local economy. ah. with this rainy seasons turn really wet has been flooding recently in jakarta, flooding elsewhere in java, flooding in south whack. and you look and satellite picture looks like the focus is further west, but we have in the forecasts or the likelihood of heavy rain, vietnam, and cambodia maybe some parts of the central philippines once again, western bornea answer at java, sumatra, lynch, the malaysia and southern todd all this is seasonal is the amount this falling is on the high side, so flooding seems very likely. it's also been pleasantly wet this spring so far in australia thing's been lovely, but again it's fallen too much in places. it looks like tuesday be
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a bit more settled, at least the new south wales and victoria the plenty of rain for the west, further north in queens and rains on its way through past as well active frontal system in west australia, which i think will bring welcome rains to weep out, for example, and that goes all stormy again in new south wales, including in sydney, probably a c t. this during wednesday for new zealand, the stories almost the opposite. having had flooding recently up in the north. we've not got fairly familiar view of this frontal system moving into south holland and hitting the northern shores. but the consequence of that is it's quite warm if you're in shelter. so cross church reaches 23. ah it's the was. 2 both populous democracy, diverse dynamic and undergoing momentous, seen context. india dixon. in depth. look at the people and politics of india.
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exploring how the coven 19 pandemic struck the nation. it's continuing impact and the lessons learned for the future. join me, fade. those are for context. india on alex's eda lou ah, we want to know is it a reminder of our top story is this. our sedans military leaders says he will not be part of a future government. general, our daughter all behind told al jazeera, he's committed to transferring power to civilian leadership. once elections are held in 2023. president, teaching ping and hundreds of top officials of china's communist party and
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attending a major leadership meeting in beijing. the talks will lay the groundwork for the 2022 congress, or she will seek a 3rd term. what counting is underway in nicaragua was elections. president daniel ortega is expected to win a 4th term actions being called a pantomime by the u. s. i mean opposition. party has been barred from running and some members have been arrested. a rebel groups reportedly taking control of villages in north hebrew province and the troubled east of democratic republic of congo. the m $23.00 group has said to be less than 10 kilometers from bonus gonna on the border with uganda. hundreds of people are crossing the border to avoid potential violence. a west african regional block has imposed sanctions on molly's transitional leaders for delaying elections set for february restrictions include travel bands and an asset freeze which will also target the leaders family members . echo was says little consider other measures in december. if there's no progress
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you will. dorothy highly deplored the lack of progress made in new preparation for the election, including the absence of a detailed time table of activities for the conduct of election on the agree, dietz, you authority tenants, the need to a d to the transition. thank the ball in effect of the leg some scheduled for 27. february 2022. sierra leone president has declared 3 days of morning fall. are gonna oil tanker explosion that killed dozens of people. nearly a 100 people lost their lives after the tanker collided with a truck at a busy intersection in the capital, freetown, 92 more were taken to hospital witnesses. a crowd of people are trying to collect the leaking fuel. when it ignited, the government's declared, the explosion and national disaster. israel says 6 palestinian rights groups,
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it recently designated as terrorist groups can no longer operate in the occupied west bank. the civil society organizations were allowed to work in the territory despite the authority government's decision last month. israel accuses the groups of funnelling money to a group called the popular front for the liberation of palestine. harry faucet has more from west to islam. they were designating these 6 engineers as linked to funnelling money to the p, f l, p, which israel and the number of western countries defined as a terrorist organization. now, there was some pushback internationally against this. those also criticism internally within israel, about the sort of p r effect of doing this without a full and transparent account of exactly how they were basing these accusations. there was also a leak of a dusky a that was given to europe in nations trying to encourage them not to fund these groups earlier in the year that was obtained by the intercept and by the 97 to
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magazine in israel, which showed that a lot of the information being presented came from to accountants linked to an entirely separate organization. so accusations that the intelligence being presented really wasn't that firm now for all of the sound and fury around that the actual practical implications beyond potentially influencing donors. they weren't great, but now that the israeli military has also adopted this language adopted this decision that enables it to enforce this anti terror law. as far as the israelis are concerned in the occupied westbank where the 6 organizations operate. these really military saying that they be presented with copious very reliable intelligence that they are operating as wings of the p. s l, p. and as such the staff and are subject to arrest potential prosecution potential jailing of up to 25 years. levi has offered to help iraq,
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a authorities investigating the assassination attempt to the country's prime minister. om drones targeted most of all of these residents and the high security green zone. and the early hours of sunday escaped unharmed. it comes up to violent unrest following recent election results. knock, most of the head is following developments from baghdad. the spokesman of the commander in chief search in major general a head of soldiers stated today that investigations prove that to drones came from an area they were launch it from an area north east of about 20 kilometers north east of that. and the 2 drones that they were flying at low altitude, that's why they will not detected by radars and they did not fly over the u. s. m. c. that's why they were not structed or hit by the u. s. defense system. he also mentioned that in fact,
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it caused me himself in an emergency meeting with his cabinet, stated that in his words, that we know that there betrayed hers. we know who is behind it, and we will expose them the a sir state department it or has offered to help in the investigation. but we know that and cousin me, he's most a probably alluding to iranian backed armored groups. we know the long history of rivalries, animosity, in fact, between that chasm is government and those armored groups are affiliated with iran that includes armor groups in that popular mobilization of forces. but as a morocco have dispersed demonstrators protesting against covered 19 vaccination passports, many people have been angered by a government rule which requires them to show proof of vaccination at work in public spaces and when travelling about 58 percent of the populations been
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inoculated, the u. s is opening its borders to vaccinated. foreign travelers on monday, non essential travel to the country had largely been banned for 20 months. as part of covered 19 restrictions, its air borders were close to much of the world including europe, the u. k. china, india, and brazil, but citizens from some states were allowed entry restrictions were also in place at the borders to mexico and canada. travelers will need and negative covered 19 test . as the u. n. climate summit enters its final days in scotland. many act of his say they are disappointed it's commitments haven't gone far enough. and as climate change accelerates, people in some coastal cities are taking action themselves. and 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, the is a constant barrage of storm surges,
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coastal flooding and rising sea levels that if not addressed, threatening future. if we get a coastal surge from a storm or even a high tide, you can flood this area. the 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's expanding and known as the gateway to the americas. but there are limits 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
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current storm surge requirements, the museum incorporates the latest in porous materials, water management techniques and drainage. okay, well this is fine. 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, displacing 6000000 people. you know, in an urban area is no easy task, but challenges in the costs involved the monumental,
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the sea levels continue to rise. the city could soon run out of options. and the gallagher are de 0. miami, florida. 40 turtles have been released into a remote area of the amazon rain forest and columbia that marks the start of a new agreement, protecting the area from deforestation. alamba and air force pilots flew the reptiles into the rain forest where there were released on the banks. the po, to mail river the amazonian viva pact was signed by the countries environmental authorities, local governments and research institutes are going to work with corporations to prevent illegal deforestation. when the pandemic hit the world global travel ground to a halt, international sports tourism was among the hardest hit sectors losing billions of dollars in revenue. some parts of europe have showed strong signs of recovery this past summer, but it's not been driven by cheap holiday packages. as peter dobby reports from the senior increase traveling, triathletes are
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a unique bunch. they train all winter, they choose an exotic destination, they go there, they race. but they don't really see the destination at all. they're more concerned with the pain of racing pain. is the watchword for a long form triathlon? swim bike run 1.99021 k. quick as you like on your own. go. we combine them? sports events went down. fun occasion i get no. yes. what else your is for every one i would say my mom hard for me. and is that gary high about where the ione and, and mediterranean sees come together is a historic, a beautiful part of his coastline in greece. but summer time has gone. it is over all the european schools have gone back in. there are no moms and dads playing with the kids on the speech. it could be forgiven for thinking, tourism here is dead and buried for at least the next 4 or 5 months. you'd be wrong
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with the local number crunchers here on the greek coast of messina work on a 4 day assumption of making money for every prosperous competitor. they calculate their a 1.9 other people just along for the ride. but the groups we spoke to however, number considerably more than $1.00 people per competitor. they were traveling and multiples of $34.00 or 5. and they all budgeted roughly a $150.00 per person per day, plus flights, plus accommodation, plus car hire. and that all adds up with the race director for an amateur destination event like this one has to understand the sport and the business. with a pandemic cap field, a roughly $1500.00 people having spent $400.00 each just to get to the start line.
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that's the start of a healthy profit margin. you can see the figures. it's huge. it's, it's 4 to 5000000 euro on this race day. there were 3 other half ironman flat lawns, taking place across europe. that was essentially a cash injection into the e. u tourist economy at $25000000.00 in just one day. they know what they want and this people because they invest a lot or in being iron men or ladies. if they, they are, i would say more wealthy than ira segments. everyone we spoke to was united by 2 things. firstly, they want to get past cobit, they say it's been 2 years. enough's enough. they also want to train plan book, race and spend spend, spend pete, adobe al jazeera, messina, greece,
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a female chinese astronaut. made history is the country's 1st woman to complete a space. walk. why your ping and her mail colleagues sizing zang spend more than 6 hours outside china's new chunk gong space station installed equipment and carried out tests. it's part of a 6 month mission to get the station fully crude and operational by december. next year. wang is china's 2nd woman in space after leo yang carried out a mission in 2012. ah. this is al jazeera, these are the top stories, the army general to lead a military takeover in sudan last month says he will not be part of a future government. after the transitional period, speaking exclusively to al jazeera abdur fatter elbow han says he's committed to a smooth democratic transition. once elections are held in 2023, the military took power last month dissolving the civilian arm of the gulf.


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