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sally, this is a very challenging place to work from. as a journalist, we're always looking a boundary. part of the central must always under lockdown. we are the ones traveling the extra mile. where are the media? go go. we go there and we give them a chance to tell their story. ah, i'm, how am i? he is in doha, with the headlines on al jazeera, the former south african president, f. w to clerk has died. he was the country's last apartheid era. presidents, he shared the 1993 nobel peace prize with nelson mandela for their work on reconciliation in south africa. he was 85, jonah ho, looks back at his life. this was the moment when south africa's last white leader signaled the end of a par. tate, i wish to put it plainly that the government i stake on
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a firm decision to release mister mandela unconditionally. i'm serious. in his speech to parliament, frederick william the clerk or f w. as he was known, stunned the world, he freed nelson mandela and promised equal rights that would lead to south africa's 1st fully democratic elections. ah, if we did not take the initiatives we took, i have no doubt in my mind that we would have reached a point that the majority of all the people in south africa would have taken hands with the total international community. and would have united behind one common goal on that is to overthrow the regime. we avoided that there's wisdom, della was the nelson mandela, a free man within days and t upon take lead to nelson mandela walked free after 27 years in prison. we pray for abroad guidance. i think
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a deeply conservative afrikaner f. w was never known as a reformer, but he'd come to realize in his own words, that to cling to power for the white population group means facing a revolution. we must find a way in this country as black and white to live together in the revolution almost pain. any way the black townships erupted in violent hard line african as threatened to bloody revenge. lengthy negotiations resulted in a non racial constitution and mostly peaceful elections in 1994 millions of black people voted for the 1st time endorsing the a and c and nelson mandela as president
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as the man who co wrote the end of upon tate declared share the nobel peace prize with mandela. he later cheered the global leadership fun promoting good governance worldwide. to many within the ranks of his offer, aqona people f w was a traitor to the end. history will remember a leader who knew that white supremacy had run its course. the case prime minister boris johnson, has welcomed the us and china deal. all countries declared that they will work together on climate action. the countries issued their joint statements separately on wednesday. there and voice said they would corporate to accelerate emission reductions and meet the temperature goals of the 2015 paris agreements. the european union will place more sanctions on the bellow, russian governments, early next week. you commission president was lavonne de lion made the agree announcements as americans and refugee crisis on poland. border with belarus
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escalates with no end in sight. thousands of people are stuck in freezing and dangerous conditions. in an interview with al jazeera, a member of the european government has denied allegations of mass arrests and ethnic profiling. there have been reports of police rounding up high profile to grinds. my bank, c. e o to priests. at least 70 driver is working for the world food program have also been taken custody. the un says they were arrested during government raids targeting to grinds. pakistan the is hosting senior diplomats from the united states, china, russia, and afghanistan to discuss the situation since the taliban takeover. the worsening humanitarian situation, and the refugee crisis. the focus of those talks. well that's up to date, keep it here on alta 0. witness is next. ah,
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as we're driving down the road just now. i said, oh my god, we're coming to the place that teens my life. for years. people have fought the struggle, fought for land and water. and i was at a point where i felt like nobody cared. and now it was like somebody shook me awake again. as said, it's okay to stand up. it's ok to want a better life. in our luck,
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what the way many were tony means water is life. and every living being an animal and plant on this earth needs water to flourish. ah we move that part down and then start safety. the other one was good. that's good. i mean, this one's all in so the idea to have this encampment in a lot of ways it is protecting our way of life because it is not only asserting our right to be here and live here and having clean drinking water. because when
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you rip away all the layers of, of everything that's going on right here, what it all comes down to is wanting clean drinking water for our children. so we just wanted to get a little bit of an idea of how many people are going to be staying. like we got 4 families, one family to each year. each family for 5 kids. and you are going to be here through the winter with what we're doing here is also living our sovereignty. because this is treaty land that we were guaranteed by the united states government in 18. 51. it's la quinta, treaty land. so in the way it's, it's like coming home i just got here. so we've been here since like eat so we have like 3 more to set up and then
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are gonna be done. anyway, i just got you. okay. with that? no. no, that was good. i lived in the river bed all my life. i drank the water from the missouri and we had our own garden, so our own food and it was a beautiful life. i lived there before the army corps removed me and i went back and i lived there to day toys. very did anybody show up down here from denver, or i used to say to my mom, why did you have to name me washed a, we an english, it looks like waste when and people make fun of it and they, they butcher every day. and she would say, that's your grandmother's name. her name was washed a we shockley. and that is to be a good given woman. so don't ever be ashamed. dear name. we were saying that
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putting up a t p seems so easy compared to a year. the planes and helicopters are made as flying on for like non stop. i think they thought we were doing something illegal, but the yellow helicopter is though one hired by dakota axis. ah, when we 1st turned that that code axis was going to come. when we started the secret stone cat start praying for this proposed pipeline that is supposed to be pointed her long room. and i invite
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you to go down to the encampments at standing to see the strength of the beauty, the perseverance. every day we have 1012 other nations coming in to stand in solidarity with us. and we're showing the world who we are in a non violent manner. a nation isn't defeated and tell the heart to small of the women who are on the ground. all the day we have grandmothers and mothers that are prepared to be here on the land for the long run. we're not going away with and then we got the notice for 48 hour notice dakota axis and stark destruction.
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ah, i f e. each of you to come stand, that secret, some kind of battle has just begun. law justice will prevail for our people. if the laws are obeyed and followed, we will hold on to our treaty territory at all costs. and where peaceful, prayerful people. but it, it's come to a point now where enough is enough. someone went through that they were full dosing over secret site with that,
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that there's are still going. and there. yeah, i'm with, oh sure, the men, women and children. are you telling the dogs to bite the dog has blinded him to know that its mouth? ah, even with mr. going on around us, this elder walking next to me as i was crying, she said, walk in prayer. that's when i knew that you know what we were doing was a sacred thing. ah,
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you disa personal to me. my dad's buried up there. i buried my cousin, died a cancer 2 weeks ago, up there. and we can't let dakota access school to them. what happens if they do? what, what are you going to do right in front of the bulldozers and they will shoot us a lot of people think that the dakota access pipeline is just about native people standing up for their environment. but that's not true. they're 18000000 people that rely on the missouri river for their water, who are down stream from us. this isn't just to native issue. this is for everybody . this pipeline breaks world records. it's a $178.00 pieces. and what they do is they put it together many yank it all through
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underneath for a mile and a half. there's bound to be some structural integrity issues. if you ask a lot of engineers, they'll admit to that. numerous leaks can occur. but the problem is these tiny links, not only are they perfectly legal, they're not detectable which will be taken up by our plants. and they'll pollute our water. and we won't know it until our water intake gets clogged. a, you know, the original pipeline was to go through north dakota, but it was going through white people's land, so they redirected it, put it through the indian. the proposed route was going to passed 13 miles north of
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bismark. but the north dakota public utilities commission denied that permit, because if there would have been a catastrophic failure, it's proximity to the water supplies would be effected. standing rock is down stream, sending the message that our people, our community are expendable a on september 3rd, the democracy now team came to north dakota to the resistance camps, videotaped the dog with blood dripping from his mouth and his nose biting protesters or protectors. these images went viral, 14000000 people almost immediately saw these images around the world. we will
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continue to cover what happens behind the bars. more than a 140 people have been arrested. so with what i was most struck by was that the 1st people to take on the boulders to say, go back, stop desecration. segment sites were women, why women are central in the stroke? good. there are act, the war may have been committed against our people. the state of north dakota, they have denied the desecration. they have denied going to our aboriginal territory and our sacred objects. the water
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in sacred water is the 1st gift of life. and as women, we have a right to protect that water. the water of mother earth because all i start is water continue and i'm putting you in prayer and there won't be no black snake going across the record. little ovula. my mother was in the american indian movement. we were always active in, in issues. we're always expected to act a certain way and growing up, we would joke about like, why do we have to be the ultimate indian? and it's just how we were raised, even in my community, they're like, oh, your mom's phyllis, younger people know, but i'm proud of that. you know, i co found it the women of all red nations. and we had to rise to the occasion of
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sterilization, the highest rates were here in this region. and it was an indian woman doctor from oklahoma who became an m d. and practiced in the indian house service, who exposed that we went to out the united states and foreign partnerships with the women in all the cities and universities. and so congress passed to that to prohibit sterilization of native people. we also stepped up because of the adoption of indian children. so the indian child welfare act passed in 1978. these 2 very critical acts came from la quarter country. ah. my mom and my little sister always say that i don't always billions of people on
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the earth like we get to be from sitting bulls. people like we get to be from rain in the face. we get to be with the law court does crazy horse, and we get to like carry on that legacy of fighting for our way of life. with on october 27th, our north treaty camp was rated. i stood with
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a many which tony banner for 6 hours. mm mm. oh, you're shaking so bad. but all you can do is pray. ah, did you know these are my room that is no less than the bar munition. put your gun down? no one is on your with
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and then to see the buffalo coming over the hill, it was like i was in a dream i . c me up to the native american protesters blocking highway 18. 06, north dakota, governor johnson. all right, we'll have mobilized the states. national guard. took em approached me. kenneth hello, or state highways in our county, highways to be taken over by agitators from other areas of the country. though people on earth ever enjoyed a freedom like we indians enjoyed before the white man came to this country.
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everything was free. we were free and so were the animals and the birds and the rivers. thank columbus and his gang hit this country by accident or sorry that they did. our instructions didn't tell us what to do about the white man. we welcomed him when he came here. we fed him, we took care of him. we believed god had sent him here to help us. god gave the white man powers we never saw before. material powers, he was supposed to share these powers to make life better for all of us. he didn't . now our great chieftains are gone, our buffalo are gone, our weapons are bows and arrows. our tomahawks are in the museums. they sell our arrow heads and even our bones for souvenir. katie, if we didn't remember how it once was, it wouldn't be so hard for us. we could just become like every one else
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comes with your hair. how old are you? you're fly. everything was taken from us in. that's the biggest part of why our people are on math and using drugs i worked under the meth grant and we see what in math and using drugs was doing not only here but everywhere. and so we put everything into fighting in raising awareness because this will cause us to be extinct. tell me about her mother. how did she get involved in math? and she got with a guy, and he was the one started her using math. and it just now, i mean she just lost to it. so this is a hard situation because they're going to take my grand daughter. i don't have no rights baby wakes up every night with night chairs and she's looking for her.
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grandma good tie, lynch. i'm the only one that she knows then protexture. oh mm hm. in stanny rock, they've got every advocate from all over the world there. you know, what i'm doing here is 4 children that are just as sacred and sat water. so i stay here and i fight this battle with little song about her i've been compiling, standing on history for about 25 years, compiling the teeny ology. and one of the things that i learned is if we are allowed to know our history or culture our language, our way a life, my spirituality, we can be balanced people again. and then we can choose to follow this way or not. it's our choice because we're our whole people. right now our people walk around
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with damage of herself, of being taken from their family. because you're indian. you don't belong here. huh. and i have a home through the agencies of the government. they are then rapidly brought from their state of comparative savagery and barbarism to one of civilization. here, on the one hand, we have a navajo, as we find him in his desert home today. and we have a group of now the whole children from the western, navajo, albuquerque and im schools in the haskal institute. how many people know that, you know, i think the mouth rate on family, we won that right. 1985 to raise our own family.
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1985 a. we got word that you can see them dakota axis is trying to move in with their intention. we don't know and that's why we're cautious between the rubber bullets the bean bag guns baton of pepper sprayed. the dogs dragging people out of ceremony. if we don't know what they're doing, and we're not prepared, somebody's gonna get hurt ah . with
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red guy that's out of place a prayer. and that's way as dandy.
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ah ah, they really tried to paint us as these violent out of state people when the movement began with women from stanley law and how they can vilify our people for standing up. it's as though they are seen. how dare you serious, darkest days, with one man leading the country through us present to alice out his last legitimacy, he needs to step back. how has he retained control through over a decade of war? we examined the global power games of president bashar al assad. we believe assad
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the big picture traces the economic disparities and institutional racism that is seen united kingdom fail, it citizens, britain's true colors part to on al jazeera. ah ah i'm helmer, he did until her with the headline son al jazeera, the former south african president, test of you to clerk has died. he was the countries last apart idea of president. he shared the 1993 nobel peace prize with nelson mandela for there were a con reconciliation in south africa. he was 85 for me to miller has more form johannesburg. for many south africans around the role that f w declare played in terms of that transition to democracy in south africa coming from an apartheid past . so of course, celebrated along with people like.


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