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once i slice on al jazeera, ah, holding the powerful to account. as we examine the new essays role in the world on al jazeera, ah, possible foreign relations between china and the u. s. the planets 2 largest produces of emissions announced their joint plan to tackle climate change. ah, i'm come all santa maria here in doug. this is the world news from al jazeera. you, as president admits consumer prices ought to high and pins his hopes on an infrastructure bill to count to the biggest jump in inflation and 30 years. as a hopeless situation on the bill of bruce, poland border is thousands of migrants remains stranded in desperate freezing
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conditions and afghans of bracing for another harsh winter as well caught between starvation at home or displacement brought. ah so china in the u. s. of issued a joint declaration at the called $26.00 summit in glasgow. they're promising to work together more closely to bring some real action on climate change. i held separate news conferences, but their invoice said they would cooperate to accelerate the emissions reductions that a desperately needed to meet the temperature goals of the paris agreement. i had of the last day of the conference on friday, the final details of how to tackle climate change have yet to be agreed upon. amongst the almost $200.00 countries taking pots. andrew simmons with this report now from glasgow. it came out of the blue since the chinese special envoy to cop $26.00 announced his country was going to work with the united states on climate
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action. ah sharmen are. well, i far will you go to me all the choices here. i'd like to announce any hotels message china and united states have jointly released at china us joint glasgow declaration and enhancing climate action in 2020 a line. shortly after that came john kerry confirming what amounts to some sort of partnership the united states and china have no shortage of differences. but on climate and climate cooperation is the only way to get this job done. this is not a discretionary thing, frankly. this is science, it's math and physics that dictate the road that we have to travel. china and the u . s. aren't only the 2 biggest economies on earth. they're also responsible for the biggest emissions of carbon dioxide and methane gases. and that's why such
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a joint effort may have added value details about exactly what effect to below have . i'll limited at the stage. but regardless of that, it's given a lift to proceedings here at a difficult time. earlier, barnes johnson had headed back to glasgow on an electric train, not the private jet. he used to fly to london last week. his mission to try bridging the caps on the final agreement. the world is heard leaders from every country consonant stand here and acknowledge the need for action and the world will find absolutely incomprehensible. if we fail to deliver that, and the backlash from people will be immense and it will be long lasting. and frankly, we will deserve their criticism, and their opprobrium fossil fuel states may not like it, but the draft working text has devised a ratcheting up effect on cutting emissions. countries would review progress with
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foreign ministers meeting next year and with heads of state gathering in 2023. no one needs reminding of what's at stake. although this new time lapse study of 6 weeks shows how quickly iglesia in iceland can melt cop 26th negotiations are getting more intense not helped. by latest research showing temperatures could rise by 2.4 degrees celsius. not near enough to the 1.5 celsius cap to be anything other than dangerous. and that's even if all the promises for emission cuts and other measures come to fruition. countries like the gambia in west africa, which is one of few states managing to comply with demands from the paris agreement in 2015. we are leading ganga is need will be negotiation on adaptation. what software we're talking about long term financing. we're talking about loss and damage. we're talking about order sticking issues that are not forthcoming from
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deep negotiations. so this is a concern for our developing countries. elizabeth hello qualities for that matter. this is highly unlikely to be the last version of a draft agreement with rules of consensus in which every one of nearly 200 cop members have to agree. it's feared a final action plan is more likely to be watered down rather than toughened up. andrew simmons, al jazeera glasgow, us president joe biden's on a national tour shakay showcasing his infrastructure economic plan. he says it's the fix to the country soaring inflation bindings. acknowledge that consumer prices are too high. have to new data revealed. the risen 6.2 percent in the past year, the biggest inflation spike, in fact, in 30 years, rob reynolds reports from the port of long beach near los angeles. at least $100.00 giant cargo ships are floating in limbo off the southern california coast carrying
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billions of dollars worth of goods they can't unload. it's the most visible sign of today's global supply chain crisis. we have never seen the volume of containers were seen today. we are busier than ever. we are at full capacity. but the warehouses are also for subscribed. the ports of the l. a and long beach are the largest in the us, and lying about 40 percent to one half of all imports, mostly from china. but due to co error online spending sprees by american consumers staffing shortages and sheer lack of storage capacity compared to the volume of shipping, the ports are jammed even after ramping up to 247 operation them. it had the effect of impacting every segment of supply chain all at the same time. on top of that, the pandemic triggered heighten demand for goods overseas from us consumers. us
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consumers are buying goods at a historic base us president joe biden has allocated government funding and is urging more coastal ports warehouses, trucking companies and other links in the supply chain to work 247 to solve the problem. today i'm here to talk about one of the most pressing economic concerns of the american people. and it's real. and that is getting prices down. number one, number 2, making sure our stores are fully stocked. and number 3, getting a lot of people back to work while tracking and tackling these 2 above challenges. i mention today's economic report showing unemployment continue to fall, but consumer prices remain too high. the winter holiday gift giving season is fast approaching. so what's on board? all of these ships stuck out in the harbor waiting to unload. well, there's close computers, furniture, electronics, and of great importance to parents and grandparents everywhere. toys,
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isaac larry and sells toys. lots and lots of very popular toys. kids can't get enough of this, can get his m ga entertainment company includes god, i haven't items like l, well, surprise brands and many others. so this none and enough surprise didn't live in. in a kidney cat camper. we have research, it's going to be a hog authorities. here are the stories here over 70 percent of the demand is sitting on both and contain containers than the china factory. they will make it for christmas and i'm talking bud, that supply chain logistic nightmare, the snarled supply chain is slowing down global economic growth and boosting inflation. now, it might mean a lot of disappointed kids. i love children. more than enough goes my advice to
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consumers who are watching these. please go, i shop early. experts predict the crunch will persist well into next year. rob reynolds al jazeera, long beach, california hello roost is accusing the european union of provoking a refugee and migrants stand off on its border with poland as an excuse to impose new sanctions, the latest and an escalating back and forth with the e u, saying about a russian president, alexander lucas shanker, has lured people to poland doorstep. it's left about 2000 people, stuck in freezing dangerous conditions. the eastern edge of europe, as that bag is there for us. oh, they're not asking for much. in fact, these children just want water journalists are banned from this area, but the person filming these scenes on the border between bellows and poland says there are babies as young as 2 months old. here some families have not eaten for
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several days. at night, temperatures drop well below 0, at least 2000 people. many of them from the middle east are stuck in makeshift camps along the razor. wire. social media footage from recent days shows refugee and migrants escorted by mast belushi insecurity towards the border. sometimes shots are fired and people have often been beaten as in these pictures, shown by polish forces. mommy, all day momma though the you says, belly root has been encouraging migrants and refugees to enter poland in lithuania, in retaliation for sanctions imposed over human rights violations. you ambassadors have now agreed. this justifies a new round of sanctions and better bruce. and the block wants action to stop more desperate people arriving on its borders. important, which brings very well to the origin, turn threes into the transit, turn, threes. what are the current sequences of the policy? it's also important to explain to the allies what are the concrete effects of the
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decisions in the system. and in fact, in the launch of the hybrid attach against you. but michelle, by she let, the united nations human rights chief has issued a statement effectively condemning all sides in the stand of saying, hundreds of men and women and children must not be forced to spend another night in freezing weather without adequate shelter. food, water and medical care, under international law, no one should ever be prevented from seeking asylum or other forms of international human rights protection. for its part, russia, a traditional backer of belly. ruth is accusing brussels of being hypocritical. she talked to you, she can greatly improve on the situation, is indeed very tense and there's a tendency to escalate tensions that causes concern. it's apparent that a humanitarian catastrophe is looming against the background of europeans reluctance to demonstrate commitment to their european values in a form called german chancellor and the market. as appealed directly to russian
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president vladimir putin to exert his influence on the regime in minsk as governments take the blame game, the humanitarian situation guest dire by the day. on the border out there in the darkness beyond the police road block are up to 2000 people, including women and children, with little shelter, food, or water spending the night. in freezing temperatures aside bake al jazeera poland, more than 70 drivers working for the world food program have been detained by ethiopian authorities. un on humanitarian sources, say they were arrested during government raids, targeting ethnic to grants a day earlier 16 you and workers were detained in the capital as well. the rebels integrate, meanwhile, have in the past week claim to have captured towns on that main highway to ada sandpaper. the head of the ethiopian human rights commission. daniel mckellar says he is deeply concerned about the mass arrest of the ethnic to grounds. since a state of emergency has been declared denito pierre,
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the they are very modest commission has been monitoring and following godsa based off not just 16, but actually hundreds of people. and there appears to be an ethnic i element to see satirists, which what he says are in a sense that are largely ethnic. the grants have been a targeted to for house, a search and artists. and are we have been following up the case so far? hundreds of people, i do understand that a set of images, he gives a power to police to a suspect, to our race, to people on the ground. so for reasonable suspicion, but we are concerned about our at least scoffed the state of emergency, and it's a direct thieves to being gar applied in a wrong way, which is why we have already expressed a concern, and we continued to monitor or
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a soft say what are people his read one who say know, who is ethiopians? state minister for foreign affairs. speaking to al jazeera a little bit earlier, he denied the allegations of arbitrary detentions. i don't think and believe it is this through the ethnic profiling. but people might be that i don't think that i children, i don't have that information. and if that happens, the government doesn't allow me to click on the, on the date of emergency this issue that people should be treated with. and most of the advocates within that to happen and any person. so somebody bought it, this might happen. but they went to be fair to my systematic one. if it happens that it also be a criminal act than anybody that does would actually be held accountable. but they want to be systematic, and there is no systematic harvest just because of your profile. and if the police might have found out some suspect, then they will be bound to pay and then also do do investigation. if any individual
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does not have adequate evidence to judge again, if you must be released but are pending, some people will not get that my truck systematic. but because we're in complex situation, you know, how many people are being attacked and how many adults that are being done. and then you know, a number of actors. so you must have been much careful individual and that that thing should not be done. and help us out the lee and then police must do their job . but we would also look into that the process, if there is any of the velocity, then there must be addressed in the news ahead. how a wave of the contagious delta varied his challenging china's covert 0 strategy. and it's been more than 2 months. but relatives of a family killed by a u. s. during strike and i can't stand the still waiting for justice. ah ah, look forward to brighter skies the winter sponsored my cattle airways hollow. we've
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got some cool wet, same windy weather, pushing across the sea of japan. it'll drive its way over towards that western side of honshu into her kado. sheltered by the mountains not faring too badly for tokyo temperatures here getting up to around 21 celsius over the next couple of days. but you see how that ray just lingers across the western side of honshu, some snow for a time over the high ground hop over the water, which was the korean peninsula cool enough, but at least it should be largely dry night celsius getting up to route 30 celsius and bathing temperature starting to recover now or the overnight those temperatures do for very close to freezing. so some very cold mornings at once again. much of charter is largely dry and settled. we got a few showers that was hong kong towards taiwan. plenty of showers me while across southeast asia, some live the showers running in across a central and southern parts of vietnam. once to get in at wetter weather, will continue to push its way. a little further westward could see some flooding
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just around the gulf of thailand. pushing out into the bay have been gone. where of course we are looking at flooding into eastern parts of in the air, particularly around or under the dash. down towards tumble, nodded chen. i has flooding at the moment. more rain to come here over the next couple of days. oh, the weather sponsored by casara always al jazeera, well here's into the murky world of state sponsored spyware. and the discovery by al jazeera journalists, 0 perfect technology parks. best smartphones. cisco is this, the new frontier, espionage think about the sophistication of exports, the breaking performs. this is as good as it gets this high and your phone on al jazeera. ah
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ah, tell stories this hour on al jazeera u. s. president joe biden says is infrastructure economic plan is the fixed to the country sore and inflation. you date is revealed prices have risen 6.2 percent in the past year. the biggest spike in 30 bedroom says the e u is provoking a refugee and migrant stand off as an excuse to impose new sanctions about 2000 people has stuck in freezing conditions on the border with poland and china and the u. s. a promise to work together more closely to combat climate change in spite of their differences at both pledge to speed up their emissions reductions to meet the goals of the parents agreements. want to bring and talk to learn. gifford now,
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who has a post? she's a post doctoral research associate at the university of arizona's school of geography development and environment. joining us from edinburgh in scotland, where a hom, it's getting a bit late, it's 20 past midnight, so thank you for staying up for us. lauren, us having a look at some of your tweets from earlier in the week when you said, week 2, it cop is when all those countries whose leaders just made theatrical pledge is full of buzzwords and hope now show their true colors. and that's what it comes down to is and they can say all they want. but until something is actually done, doesn't mean much. absolutely. and i think this, this sort of this china, us agreement to, to enhance climate action is more of that theater. and the devil's always in the details and these negotiations and here in glasgow where we are all day. what people are really looking at is the nuances of the agreement and how people are talking about increasing flows of finance, dealing with climate adaptation and supporting and financing climate adaptation.
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compensating small island states for things like the loss and damage that they are experiencing because the climate changes and things like that. and isn't really all of this. walton, all of this, i should say, really just in the parents agreement. and this what happens in glasgow and what's happened at every car since then really it's just about fine tuning that and coming to some sort of agreement that you know, we've got to keep doing this. absolutely. so this is copped 26 because the various things is about 25 years that these meetings have been happening. i've been following them for over a decade. and i, i don't often see new things from year to year. so what we're talking about this year is making a roadmap to paris and what they're calling it. and it's, it's saying we were really at position 56 years ago in paris. how can we actual license, how can we make it happen? and then the to be is, you know, what works for everyone. we have almost 200 countries trying to talk about what we
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call common and differentiated responsibility. and how we're going to pay for what's going on with climate change and how to transition to a clean energy system. clean energy economy. there was a number brought up earlier this week. i think it was 2.4 degrees saying that that's actually the target. we're on at the moment if we were to stay at emissions as they are at the moment and we're really looking at 2.4 degree rise in temperatures rather than 1.5. didn't surprise you that we were batt far off? no, not at all. and i don't think it surprised most people in the room at the climate conference, or most people who, who follow and study this stuff. what comes out of the un process the, you and triple c process is non binding agreements and they have frankly never been met. right? so, you know, a lot of it was what we say exists in discourse. it exists in for sation and in it
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dr. policy, but when he keeps continually ramping up, ambition, if they say, and that's what the us china agreement was going to do. and, but that doesn't mean that people actually act on that intended ambition. i'd say, i'm not feeling terribly optimistic. tell me something that has stood out for you this week or last week that has actually made you think. ok, that's a good thing. yeah, well well that's good. i think a lot of us are feeling sort of where do we look for the positive? and i'm really excited about how much interest there is and how climate change isn't a fringe topic anymore. there's a lot of young people around a lot of people, while the people on the stage look like a lot of old white men, the actual attendees don't write much more diverse. there's a lot of women, there's a lot of people from all over the world and people are acting and being innovative
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and excited about the possibilities that are going to come with increased finance for climate action to learn gifted telling it like it is from the 26, and we appreciate that. thank you. thank you. relatives of an african family killed in a u. s. trojan strike. say there still waiting for justice. the attacking cobble in august killed an aid worker and his family, including 7 children. pentagon later said it would pay compensation, but a watchdog rule, but while the attack was a mistake, it didn't actually break any laws. the targets were i full members who muffled us while they woke up with the dead body of my nephew was behind this car. the body of my brother was behind the other car. his son was in the driver's seat as well as his other kids who were also inside that cow when the attack happened. was worse incident in my life to us promised as that they would take the family out of of kind of stone. so they must fill their commitment off so that it has been almost 3
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months. and we have not heard from us a little while agencies stay up to 5000 people, are fleeing from afghanistan to iran every day. more than $300000.00 refugees of arrived since the town event of power back in august. this report is priyanka good . after a tough year off, gone so now preparing for an even how she winter, firewood, charcoal and heaters lie unused and shops and on the streets beyond the reach of many of guns who can't afford to keep themselves warm there. my god is that people are miserable. there are no salaries or work opportunities. the government needs to create jobs for the people and pay them salary. since the taliban to control in august, the united states has blocked billions of dollars of afghanistan's overseas at its leaving. it's a ready, troubled economy in ruins. unemployment, poverty,
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and hunger are forcing thousands of people to cross into neighboring iran every day . or more what you call connie chiro, camaros. what shall we do? why isn't help being delivered? why's their money blocked? why does nobody deliver hope to the people of, of canister? i mean help that would keep them in afghanistan. help that stop them from leaving their homes and going to borders. know every single day. we have several 1000 people at our borders would have canister iran horse, one of the largest number of con refugees in the world. with decades, afghans have been making the way across iran's long eastern border. but agency see the number of arrivals is increasing. in iran, there is already 3 and a half to $4000000.00 africans coming over the years, over the border and from the pricing and up gone is done. now with full $5000.00
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each day. they will, in iran, it will be overwhelmed. there is not enough resources here to help them. so the international community has helped the neighboring countries inside up gone on very much so, but also the neighboring countries, iran and pockets on us sanctions and iran. also hunting efforts due to the current situation of sanctions to the country. unfortunately, we are not able or we are not able to receive the national donations assistance because the banking challenge are blocked and then we are not able to receive the donations. for now, millions of guns are caught between starvation at home and displacement abroad with little help in sight. priyanka the alt 0 a number of schools and universities in sudan have suspended their studies
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installer. darcy, with a strike against last month military take students, purchase moves, and has been urging supporters to maintain demonstrations and civil disobedience campaigns. it rejects internationally backed initiatives to return to the power sharing agreement with the military protest as routing to against the military government in me and mas largest city young gone on wednesday. they called for people to boycott the education system taken over by the military. following february's qu comes on the same day, the monitoring group force. if i write outlined rights abuses by security forces and includes killings and torture, which the group says could amount to war. crime. former french president from while on has been reliving the night of the 2015 paris attacks while testifying at the trial of the 20 suspects. he was at the side the front stadium when the 1st attack detonated. his vest. gunman later opened fire in several other parts of the capital, including the battle and concert hall, $130.00 people killed in the countries worst atrocity since world war 2. there's
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also butler with morgan power or for thought alone said he wanted to testify to clarify his role is the president at the time of those attacks on the night. but also some of his decisions off the he said that he have what he said might help shed some light on those events for survivors and families of the fiction, of in many question since the attacks as to whether or not more could have been done to prevent the alarm that was off this repeatedly in the court. he said that it was very clear to the french intelligence that there were many from high school, again, from people that were right. example against crowded area. things like shopping centers, perfect all on that. look, it is impossible to put security in police in every crowded area outside every shop . but every concert hall was full of stadium. but he said that everything had been
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done to try and watch, right. they also said that some of the attackers were on the radar, the intelligence services. some were even on the surveillance, but nobody imagined that they would carry out the sort of violence that they did. the american teenager who shot 3 people killing 2 of them during racial justice protests last year has broken down while testifying it. his own murder, trial colored, and how says he shot the 3 men in self defense. prosecutors argued rittenhouse carried out an assault style weapon to the protest, accusing him of instigating confrontations as low as the demanding and miss trial. what they are saying are out of bands. questions u. s. charges approved a $626000000.00 settlement for those harmed by the lead water crisis in flint, michigan. the suit was brought forward by tens of thousands of residents. most of the money will come from the state of michigan, which was accused of overlooking issues leading to the water crisis. since water supply was switched in 2014 to save money,
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but toxic levels of lead caused deaths and severe health problems for residents. a 2nd stream of lava from interrupting volcano in the canary islands is now reached the ocean and hit the atlantic at a beach on the western side of the powder or the region is sparsely populated. are known, you evacuations, rod it, scientists say seismic activity around the volcano is decreasing 8 weeks after it began erupting awe on al jazeera. these are the top stories, china and the u. s. a promise to work together more closely to combat climate change. in spite of a differences, both pledge to speed up emissions reductions to meet the goals of the parents agreement is president joe biden has said his infrastructure. economic plan is the fixed to the countries soaring inflation. new date is revealed. prices have risen 6.2 percent in the past year. the biggest spike in 30 years.


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