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across the well sentimental logical hand al jazeera will bring you the news and current affairs that mattie out of there. ah, unprompted and uninterrupted discussions from our london bro casenita on g xena. ah, ah, the risk, the feel, be a descending into a widening civil war? is only to real at the un security council here is a dire assessment about ethiopia is conflict. and the warning there's only a short window of opportunity to act. ah, hello and welcome. i'm future w. a. watching al jazeera lifeline headquarters here. and there are also coming up
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a caught ensued on orders, internet services feed, brought back on line. they have been largely blocked since the military take. poland blocks more refugees and migrants trying to cross from belarus, accusing its neighbour of course, orchestrating a crisis at the border. i was ahead running out of money. children's orchestra struggles to play. ah. okay, let's get going. the conflicts in the to cry, region of ethiopia is at risk of becoming a nation wide civil war. that's the wanting to date from the un security council, which was meeting as rebels threatened to march on the capital, addis ababa government forces had been battling them for a year. now the african unions invoice, meeting local leaders to push for
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a de escalation. as mike hannah explains from the u. n. in new york, the message to the security council is clear, the time is short, the window to secure a mediated settlement. the conflict is closing in a country over a 110000000 people over 90 different ethnic groups and 80 languages. no one can predict what continued fighting and insecurity will bring. but let me be clear. what is certain is that the risk of ethiopia descending into a widening civil war is only to real. the council was addressed remotely by the african representative, leaving mediation efforts all these me. yeah, and i did not agree individually. train them political,
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political solution through dialogue. therefore, constitutes a window of opportunity. but the high representative warm that this window of opportunity is small. the o p and am better made his country's position clear. we remind everyone concerned that there are no 2 parties here. there is a government representing the all of the 2 people and representing these have been step and there is a group advancing. it's a criminal close through atrocities. it's a stance that has the support of some members of the council, especially russia, which is privately insisted that an elected government should not be asked to negotiate. because forces attempting to unseat it. the security council president has insisted there's no division on the issue. and it does appear that all agreed on to point that there's a vital need for humanitarian assistance and that it's the african union that
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should take the lead in mediation efforts. the majority view perhaps reflected in the statement to the council by the u. k. for emergency which said the dressing, the humanitarian and human impact of the conflict should be the immediate focus. it continued. it's past time for all parties to put the e p. o. p. and people 1st, mckenna era, united nations, sedans, high court has today ordered that internet services should be restored more than 2 weeks after most of them were blocked. saddam's national consumer protection council, sued the telecommunications ministry over the shot done. it was done to stop protest and a civil disobedience campaign after the military takeover on october. the 25th lived not to come to him and corresponded the hipaa morgan. hi the hippa, so is the internet all back up and running? well, no, the internet is not back yet,
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at least not on cell phones back where it was mostly cut off. now if you're using fiber or satellite, people were able to access the internet, but people who had phone cell phones were not able to access the internet. and when we spoke the officials repeatedly over the internet shut down, they said it was to protect the stability of the country and the security. they say many people online on social media, we're using it for on 5 minutes. let's not forget that when the internet had done began, it began in the early hours of october 25th. that's when the army took over. the cabinet took over the government, arrested several government officials and shut down the internet. now, many people have been relying on it, especially active as to mobilize during the transition period. they used to use the internet to cough a process, but also to raise awareness about the latest issue. at the moment following the decision by the general court, the internet is the to be restored and that decision by the general court is up for appeal. so the telecommunication companies, zane, who, danny and m p. n can appeal for it and decide and say that they didn't want to.
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they don't want to go with that decision, but we're still waiting to see if the internet will be restored. many people have been saying that it has impacted their freedom, their right to express themselves and their right to show the world what is happening in the cold on the world to pay attention repeatedly over the internet down saying that there has been crime committed by security forces against processes who came out against a military takeover, but that they could not get people to pay attention to it because of the internet shut down. does this mean briefly, hippa, that the army is still worried about these calls that are still circulating now spreading, i guess, by word of mouth. these calls are an ongoing civil disobedience campaign. there is mobilize ation, still ongoing. and let's not forget that this is not the 1st time the internet has been shut down, while sudan is facing a political crisis in 2019, when the military was in charge. and when there was a mass going to protest in front of the army headquarters, then it was shut down as well. and protested,
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had been been able to mobilize themselves, but they were political developments when the internet was restored. $57.00 days later and now it's been 15 days, but there is no political development on the ground. prime minister of the land is still under house arrest. there is no deal between the civilians and the military and there is no formation of any cabinet. listen on the sovereignty cabinet that general i've been for the time has promised he will form within 72 hours on the day he made them answer that he was resolved to transitional government. so there is no political development concern that they will call from will process. there will be more violence. it's not clear if this decision by the general court will be implemented by the military and by the higher authorities have a thank you very much. have a morgan their correspondence in the bureau, in cartoon to europe, poland, closing part of its border with bella roofs, as a crisis, escalates of refugees and migrants. poland and the accused bella roost of encouraging the migration flow in retaliation for sanctions. the micro say they're trapped in an increasingly desperate situation. sonya ego reports the are
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trapped between the woods and the highway in bella. ruse. these people have been walking towards the polish border, anxious to enter the european union. criminal charge on the other side. polish security forces in riot gear, part of the 12000 that have been stationed, that guarding the frontier, preventing hundreds of refugees and migrants from breaching the border. but it is a deadlock that risks igniting into another migration crisis. on the doorstep of the you. for month, thousands have been entering the block through bella ruth, at 1st via the sweeney and latvia now mainly through poland. the e. u has accused bela received leda alexander lucas shanker. of orchestrating wave upon wave of undocumented migrants and asylum seekers. in retaliation they say, for sanctions imposed on his government of its violent crackdowns on the opposition
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court in the middle of his brinkman ship. those attempting to escape the harsh conditions they find themselves in it, no shelter being. it was poland by bella, lucy, and state border officials. some had taken the chance off, the hearing that bella was in travel agents was selling these invitations to the you only to find themselves surviving for weeks in the forest. the board of poland and belarus. the cuts are they they provide everything then, but when you say when, when you said to them, ok, i want to go to tech. i want to go. i want to go back to my country. so then they said, no, you go to go on the level, they put the gun to our heads when we were when, when we said we need to go to manson, so far, opponents, nationalist government has refused help from the use frontier agency,
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despite reports by polish border guards of hostile behavior and threats from better received forces for those stuck in this no man's land, there is no guarantee how long they will have to face the elements with little access to food and water, human pawns between 2 hostile neighbors. soniega jago al jazeera, thousands of refugees and migrants are traveling north through mexico, hoping to reach the us border. they make up a caravan of people, mainly from south and central america. they say they've been constantly pursued and harris by mexican police and security forces. the group did number about 4000 people, but that numbers subsequently dwindled to around 1300. a fire to school in the jazz 2nd largest city has killed at least 26 children aged between 3 and 8. it happened in the rowdy near the southern border with nigeria. 3 classrooms made of wood and straw, were destroyed. many schools in rural new jersey used those materials,
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making them a dangerous fire risk. and wanted to pay tribute to $18.00 people killed after a goldman collapsed. amnesia gathered at the sites in denisa township that the 7 miners were also injured on sunday, when a well gave way trapping people at the bottom. the garret lyman mans were only recently discovered. thousands of people have been seeking work and official say it's been difficult to control the site. the rules are going to review how to reorganize this operation and create the conditions for people to work with, dignity, and also to work legally. we are going to look at all of these and show maximum security. the syrian military says, israel has carried out air strikes in central and western provinces, wounding 2 soldiers. st. tv showed explosions that says we're steering defense systems shooting gun is really missiles, serious as the aircraft fired missiles while flying over lebanon. a british based monitoring group says targets close to military airport were hit in homes province
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. the police engine is he fired t again, some people protesting against the reopening of a landfill site. the site in the southern town of rob was shot earlier this year when local people complained about the spread of disease, the closure led to rubbish piling up on the streets when workers were ordered to start taking the waste back to the landfill. people try to block them leading to clashes. it is seen as a 1st test for the government appointed by president case said, who seized executive power in july. coming up here on this program, why the re election of maker argue as long time leader daniel ortega is being described as a foss and powering the future, indonesia starts were concerning stages. biggest floating solar plot. ah.
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a heavy rain. the last 24 hours has been banned, achieve fund off of sumatra every season, the satellite pictures, fair number of showers coming in to the south of vietnam, cambodia. and that little go across towards plenty of elijah and south of thailand . so that's a very wet area and it forces rainy seasons rap malaysian indonesia, and you see the orange tops here. western side of borneo throughout java is already flooding in the area and they will be more flooding. it's also been particularly wet, almost 90 percent of australia by land mass has or will have rain in the next day or so. the thunderstorms or the biggest, probably in the red center and it's down to western australia because his massive new south wales and even in melbourne, adelaide where recently it's been quite quiet, is turning a bit more clarity and sherry, and it really shows itself there's going to be flash flooding his rac queens in new south wales and pulse of south australia during thursday. and in purse while the sun's back out again. it's 24 degrees in new zealand. it's funny us,
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unless you happened to be in the science of science island and on that west coast. it is quite, quite a gentle breeze from the north means at christ church at 23. well, it's spring, so your average is $21.00. wanted to shout, maybe it's not that different during thursday. ah, the end of the country with an abundance of results for the road. warren walk, indonesia whose turns for me. we moved full to grow and fraud. 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 me park when denise is broke and progress, invest in indonesia now. ah
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ah, welcome back. last week. happy top story, so you, so far today, the un security council says the conflict in ethiopia is to grier region, is at risk of becoming a nation wide civil war. the african union envoys meeting local leaders to push for de escalation. the court in sudan has ordered the restoration of internet services more than 2 weeks after most were blocks that were shut down to prevent protests and a campaign of civil disobedience after military takeover. in october, poland has closed part of its border crossing speller, ru self big groups of micro stretch force the way through poland of e. you accused bella russo encouraging the migration flow in retaliation for sanctions. the u. s. and europe are encouraging the world to condemn. nicaragua was
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elections that they say were a foss. the long time president daniel taker was declared the winner with 76 percent of the votes. most opposition challenges had been arrested or they were barred from running. a latin america editor. see a newman reports now from san jose in neighboring costa rica. issue is not whether nick robin president, daniel ortega, one sunday's controversial election, but rather whether he seized it or take i had imprisoned scores of critics, including 7 of the most competitive, would be candidates and barred, independent observers and journalists from entering the country. international condemnation was swift and harsh, nor song and resolution and leaders. this was not a free election. this should not surprise us because this was a chronicle of fraud and foretold albion countries him chile to neighboring cluster rica to the united states. and the european union denounced the election as
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illegitimate and democratic. and a pantomime saying they would not recognize the results. but venezuela, cuba and russia have rushed will take us defense. look here, when you, my uncle was the bill with the when the voting was over yesterday evening, the white house announced its refusal to recognize it and called on other countries to do the same. we considered unacceptable and firmly condemn such policies throughout the biden administration, and the e. u is already considering going beyond current individual sanctions against vice president rosario, real who was ortega's wife, or the chief of police was accused of gross human rights violations. in neighboring costa rica, television journalist, c, a. p. nila, who was accused of terrorism and released from prison. following a brief amnesty, continues to broadcast from exile, her news channel was rated and expropriated along with other independent media. she says, restoring democracy in nicaragua will be difficult,
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very good. and what are you now? you get 8 and a half, nobody wants to die. nobody wants to rot in jail. in nicaragua, the ortega is have gone out of their way to spread fear and spy on people going house to house. but i have faith in god. i am waiting for a miracle, the miracle of freedom, little tiny while they wait for that miracle opponents of danielle ortega and his wife acknowledged that would they also need to put aside their differences and join forces, something that has eluded them for years. amnesty international is predicting that there will be a new wave of repression against critics of the government following the selection, which should only phone the number of people who are fleeing from the country and looking for refuge elsewhere, like here in costa rica record numbers of nicaragua, and already joining others, central americans in their quest to reach the united states, adding more pressure to an already unprecedented migration crisis in the region. to
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see and human al jazeera sank was sick or still weaker. the former prime minister in democratic republic of congo has gone on trial accused of embezzling public funds, august and ma tata upon you is alleged to have ordered payments more than a $110000000.00 to fictitious creditors. his lawyers challenging the courts, right? try him. they say he has parliamentary immunity that's been lifted by the senate in another case. satellite images appear to show china has built mockups of the u. s. navy aircraft carrier and destroy it and is northwest and deserts that believe to be intended for target practice as tensions rise between washington and beijing, over taiwan and south trying to see the chinese government hasn't commented. the committee investigating january storming of the us capital building is calling 6 of donald trump's associates to testify. the panel is working to determine if the former president and his team plotted to overturn his loss in the 2020 election. on
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january 6, mr. trump supporters stormed congress demanded an end to the certification of president jo biden's victory. the u. s. has fully reopened to vaccinated international travelers ending pandemic restrictions imposed 20 months ago. visitors from more than 30 countries had been banned since early last year. they can now enter with proof of vaccination and a negative cobra, 1900 test result land borders of mexico, and canada have also properly reopened. john holeman is at one crossing on the border between mexico and the u. s. is his report from tijuana actually were in the sunny seat through which is the busiest border crossing point in the americas. you can see the cars sort of rolling down here going towards the united states. so united states checkpoints, united states officials here, and the people that live in this city, tiquana, they've got a really cross border lifestyle. they've got called to the if you're a resident in t one and you can go 25 miles into the united states. so
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a lot of people do that for their shopping, where they want to go to restaurants when they want to go to cinema and krishi when they want to see family. and they want to see friends who are the over the other side in the united states. so it's a really big deal for them. the people, the women speaking to that they've been able to get back into that. of course, there's another population in cities like pick one or met school board with the united states, and that's the floating migrant population. many of the morning seek asylum in the united states. the want to get into that country where they feel that they're going to have a better future. we spend time with some of those people as well. some of them are in a tank cap that just by the side of the buddha, and obviously this is going to be a different situation for them. the fact that this border, the restrictions are easing permit can low cost to get back across and for visitors does not gonna change the situation for them. that do remains as firmly closed as it was done before. so there is a different situation for the different population to back to europe,
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denmark re imposing cubic 19 restrictions as it grapples with rising infection rates. they include people needing a health pass to enter bars, restaurants, and other public places. on monday, denmark reported more than 2000 cases for a 5th day, 85 percent of the eligible population has been vaccinated. u. s. investigators have see $6000000.00 in ransomware payments and charged to alleged hackers. a ukrainian man is in custody while a russian suspect is being sought is alleged. the men are tied to the russia back hacker firms are evil. it said to be behind the tanks, costing us companies, millions of dollars to date are evil. ransomware has been deployed and approximately $175000.00 computers worldwide, with at least $200000000.00 paid in ransom. as a result of the casea attack, businesses that relied on casias services across the united states and around the world were impacted more than $2000000.00 in emergency. aid has been announced by
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the european commission in response to widespread flooding in south to dawn. at least 40 people have been killed and more than 750000 effected since the disaster began in may. it's the 3rd straight year of severe flooding blamed on erratic weather systems that sciences sub linked to climate change. the former us president barack obama has declared time is running out to save the planets. he was speaking of the cop 26 climate summit and glasgow. the 2nd and final week is focusing on helping vulnerable countries. 2 attempts. mr. obama did praise progress made since the 2015 paris to the warned. it's not enough collectively and individually we are still falling short. we have not done nearly enough to address this crisis. we are going to have to do more and whether that happens or not to
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a large degree is gonna depend on you. not just those of you in this room, but anybody who's watching or reading a transcript of what i say here today. indonesia is building a floating solar power plants once up and running as expected to supply electricity to $50000.00 homes demand for floating. so the technology is growing in southeast asia. as jessica washington reports in thailand's yvonne, russia, tiny province, the seed and torn dam has been part of this landscape since the 1970s built to function as both a hydropower and irrigation facility for decades. these waters have also provided fishermen here with their livelihoods. now it takes on a new role as the site of ages newest floating solar power project. this is the starting point that we can go to that point in the 30 year after. is it a starting point, at least the project for the clean, the renewable energy,
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the hybrid hydro solar projects began commercial operations in october and consists of more than $140000.00 solar panels. thailand is still highly dependent on fossil fuels. something it has in common with neighboring countries, but demand for renewable energy is growing, and experts say floating solar is an ideal fit for many countries in se asia, most of the benefit is that you require a little, you know, land to put on. so there is no land occupation fee and the area with high population density, good grid access and high energy demand may, you know, the floating system will be assumed choice. se asia is now home to several floating solar projects and more are in the early stages of development. this is the toronto
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reservoir in west java, we're in denisia supposed to floating solar power plant is being developed. the early stages of construction are underway and it should be operational by late next year. it will be the 1st of many here in indonesia, the $100.00. this video shows what the final project will look like. reservoir. our goal is to show indonesia is capable of building floating solar panels, the biggest in se, asia. there are also cost saving benefits. vanessa combined is slightly more expensive than ground mounted solar panels. but because the temperature is low in the risk of war, the output will be higher. many southeast asian countries have announced their aim to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 or shortly after floating solar technology may be an important part of realizing those goals. jessica washington al jazeera pundum, my georgia president, me health cash really has been transferred to prison hospital. he's been on hunger
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strike for more than a month while in jail shaka, really, supporters have been holding rallies to call for his release. he was arrested last month when he returned from exile. i've been convicted and i've sent you of an abusive power. jordan established one of the arab world, 1st national orchestra's and 19 eighties is played with well known artist including the italian tanner, andrea bocelli. but now it's struggling to survive as a special good m reports from a man. why do we call it? and on and off love affair with the very last pipe. he, my ad dean is jordan's only professional tuba player and a member of the national music conservatory orchestra were due to lack of funding. she's only been able to perform with the orchestra 3 times in the last 2 years. it's like taking from a doctor the ability to do surgeries or see patients. it's just it's what i do with music and what i do, it's who i am. so i don't do that. it's just,
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it makes me frustrated. the orchestra has never had a stable source of funding in its 33 year history from 2006 to 2011. the city of man was a benefactor until it ran out of money that in 2014, a wealthy businessman supported the orchestra for 3 years until he could no longer afford it. the conductor says it costs about half a $1000000.00 a year to keep the orchestra playing regularly. mm hm. and city is the conductor and the director of the national music conservatory. 400 students school offers beginners classes to college degrees and was the pathway for musicians to join the orchestra. but he says now it's become more of a gig for higher plane only sporadically. and it'll remain that way until the
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government provides funding in the arab world, some governments financially support national orchestra to have an orchestra. it's always a losing project because you have the course very high cost. and what you have benefit for it is you have culture and this is the face of the country. the minister of culture says, the government hires the orchestra to play a special event. doesn't intend to turn the musician into public employee. as if in a couple months, we are hoping that the orchestra gets proper funding and it's not like now on the playing for special occasions. every musician dreams of playing solo. if there is no orchestra, how will this dream come true? with few opportunities available is the dream. many musicians are now pursuing abroad. natasha name al jazeera, a man, jordan, the library and in indonesia has found
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a noble way to increase reading among children and clear up in the rotten rows. move our library to the books to places where educational resources are scarce, children can borrow them in exchange for collecting waste. the librarian then caches in to buy more books on the circuit that the people around our neighborhood that don't care about how to dispose of their ways and that our target or target is not only having more by library in one village expanding now. and we hope that people will be more aware of the environment ah, 30 minutes past 9, g m t, your top stories. the un security council says the conflict and ethiopia to grier region risks becoming a nation wide civil war. the african unions envoy is meeting local leaders on tuesday to push for the escalation. according to don has ordered the restoration of
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internet services more than 2 weeks after most of them were blocked. they were shot down to prove.


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