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controls over a decade of war, we examined the global power games of president bush on either side. we believe assad simply carrying out iranian orders. what keeps you awake at night? any reason that could effect any human side master of chaos on al jazeera? ah, hello, i'm hasn't c k and oh, how the top stories analogy us president joe biden says he hopes to have a candid discussion with his chinese counterpart and they have a responsibility to make sure competition does not vere into conflict. he's holding a virtual meeting with china's she jumping and it comes at a time of increasing tensions between the 2 global powers. taiwan and human rights issues in hong kong,
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or at the heart of the car. friction bure opinion is stepping up. it's sanctions on bella. bruce, it's accused of allowing migrants to illegally cross into poland as retaliation for earlier use sanctions. they were imposed last year after the bell. russian governments cracked down on the opposition. new sanctions will target travel agencies and airlines. some of them have been accused of working with minced to offer people passage to the border where they are now stranded in freezing temperatures. the responsibility of what is happening is of bearers 100 percent. gone to start solving this problem by stopping the flow of people to the la rose and those who are reading below rose must be given you many that in assistance. and those who do not qualify to be considered a refugees must be returned back to the countries of our former us president donald
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trump's long time ally steve bannon has surrendered to federal authority ban and is facing contempt charges for refusing to cooperate with the congressional investigation. into january's attack on the capital on his radio show, the day before bannon has said, all hell is going to break loose. the jury in the trial of an american teenager accused of shooting protesters will begin deliberations on tuesday. ca rittenhouse is charged with murdering to people through racial justice protests in kenosha, wisconsin. last year the sudanese authorities have released edge's ears. hard to bureau chief l. mossad me in canada. she was taken into custody overnight on saturday. after security forces rated his home the you case, terror threat level has been raised to severe following up last outside a hospital on sunday. police say a taxi pulled up outside a hospital in live for and then exploded. those are the headlines now back to winds
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. oh oh, the stand off over the controversial dakota access pipeline keeps growing. yesterday president obama waiting on the fight. right now. the army corps is examining whether there are ways to reroute this pipeline. so we're going to let it play out for several more weeks and determine whether or not this can be resolved in a way that i think is properly the traditions of the 1st. ah
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better believe it. believe it. yeah. you know where i'm going? where's the trader right in here though? yeah, they did. so the federal stopped the car just right now that doesn't i was told never gonna believe a new man. i didn't say they did. i thought i heard i got a whisper this morning about possibly some positive news. i don't have any validation or verification of that until i do. i'm not doing jumping jacks around my tv. ah. protestors are celebrating an unexpected victory in their fight to block an oil
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pipeline. in north dakota shears erupted in tears flowed as news spread throughout the camp. that pipeline construction would not continue under the missouri river. think army corps of engineers denied to commit to could access my reactions. none yet. so you've been through this before for you've been made. thomas is does this is jill is another one out for cautious. so people can celebrate. but i'll wait and see. and oh, guy got it. we pick 3 did go out the only the where you did we deliver the long kick in the streaming app that you would have war. yes.
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you will have teeth. and even though the army corps denied the permit, i do not have full trust that dakota access will stuff. they have not followed any law code to this point. all that will happen now is the state and the government will pull out and we will be at the mercy of the mercenaries. i know that our president trump will be president here in january, and he says that he will give permission. and so for me, the battle is only just got i want to thank you. all of you who have helped us. i am overwhelm, i, tomorrow we're going to have a celebration and we look at a celebrate the black.
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ah. mm. so today we have done a very historic happening. we have made peace with the united states of america, and we will go forward as good americans and good doctor la costa and not put on behalf of our own country. we will go to the front lines of legislation. we will go to the front lines of litigation and we will go to the front lines to make changes in the constitution if we have to. we will go forward in the front lines to the by the doctrine of discovery that says, we are not a race that we are wandering beast. and because we are not christian, we are not entitled to the land. the black snake has never stopped. and if
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they didn't stop desecrating our grave of our ancestors, they'll stop at nothing. mm i, i, i, for president trump a signing and executive order approving the keystone excel pipeline and the dakota access pipeline. let's listen. yes, this is with respect to the construction of the dakota access. hi black.
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so bingo has been a dispute and subject to a renegotiation of terms by us. we'll see if we can get the pipeline bill. look in the year when the dental helicopter, flying in target, permitted that pipeline to go through it and if some devastating with what happened trumps administration and our spirits are all tired, but we don't have a choice a our vocab. no. it's all done. let's we're, we all became friends. in other words, when it's gonna go, i don't get why they didn't have to do that, you know, and how is washington? we feeling ro was time you saw happening?
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i work with 23 years ago. i worked for the senior oxy tribe and i testified at this out the quarter public utilities commission that dakota axis had not been consulting with the tribe. and at that time i was so resigned that nobody cared. and so for it to take on the life that it has, but with the army corps blessing and dis bulldozed everything, there is nothing left is just heartbreaking. ah, the army corps of engineers told congress tuesday, it will allow the nearly $4000000000.00 oil project across under a missouri river reservoir. in north dakota, the tribe is now promising a legal battle. the army court have issued their intent to approve of the permit.
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and so on their notifying congress. so between now and the end of the day, tomorrow we have to file some type of action in a battle has been fined $15000.00 via the north dakota utilities commission, sol. what's $15.00 for dis creating $26.00 grieves horrible to us, but nothing to them told this had been 10 years that we have in this fight and struggle against keystone keys from excel. so it's been a long haul and never giving up and not stopping
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a ah, we had been meeting about what is our next step, what you were going to do. and so we decided to have another prayer camp and we are, we're singing our ceremony songs or sundance songs and and as we were having ceremony, they called a cold read for law enforcement, all officers to respond within a 100 mile radius. and they surrounded us, there were $76.00 of us that got arrested. they loaded up um 2 vans and had it to cas county jail. they write our names and they take a picture of us. then they put us in like big dog kennels. so then the men were on one side, the females were on another side and there is
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a tarp separating us. but some of the national guardsmen and police were going behind the men in front of the men and then taking sophie's air like really laughing at, pausing with the men in the cages behind them. but as i was standing there, i looked at some of the men in the van. and um, they were yelling in august, the strong sister ah little then allah. like that spring us, closer together on me and went off, you know, you get booked, you have to, um, you have to get naked and um, the jailer told me to. mm.
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give them my underwear and i i just been or acted like in that it was nothing because if you act like it something they're just gonna play games with even martin . they won a reaction for early form. you're never going to break our spirit here. never. if anything you're gonna embolden and empower us to even stand up more so far our children don't ever have to go through things like that with . ready now you've experienced this whole new,
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different life with the camp in this movement that i'm always going to want to try for that. now i'm always going to want that for my children with so despite what anybody says, this was and will come out of love with some protesters began ceremonially setting fire to parts of their camp. soaring to burn it. rather than have it sees additional money. the protesters bow to persist to keep standing rock in the spotlight. oh oh oh
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mm. oh oh. ready oh, oh oh, i have 79 messages. oh, she gets her birthday here. they were saying you're getting on a birthday wish. yeah, a lot of people wish me happy birthday and i tried my late. thank them. we're going to come on, man or even arrive in one minute way like okay, for example, you got it. charged with dave. i know it's cool cuz i can relate to bump up because i was oh. 0
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0, i know this is what america believes in like all these blades, illegal buildings, big architecture for monica presidents that kill native but i don't respect our grandparents all thought there was for them to that and we spent to try to be positive here at the washington monument connie, seeing the flakes on which is our luck with the national anthem, because there is flags all the way around, the washington monument. and i felt angry thinking of, well, our camp is all displaced yet. we came together today
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we are together a, the experiences that i went through along side hundreds or thousands of other people affected me so much that i have an obligation to honor the journey that we've been through. and the collective movement that happened to keep it moving forward. we're still going to pursue the legal avenues. we have 56 actions, pursue at all levels. mm. but we also going to the united nations and we're going to create footprints in the world court. if nothing else, i have to leave
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a footprint i helped to coordinate the conference in geneva. the 1st time that indian people had gone to the un since 1926. and so it's been an endeavor of generations, an intergenerational work. madam chair, i have had the honor and privilege to be at the heart of the 2 largest american
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indian gatherings today. both holsted and standing rock, the homeland of sitting bulls people to hook up a la quinta and o. chatty shock. only we, the 1st nation representatives share the same intent as the original colonists, who left the government and homelands to form a new government because they could no longer support a nation that oppressed them. they had no voice and were slaves to the elite, which led them to take their family to escape the tyranny and live as free men so ordained by their crueler setting on the path to reclaim every thing and make them responsible and accountable. whenever big pushes has been to divest from financial institutions, and when we went to norway, we met with d and b, and they announced that they were pulling a $250000000.00 credit line from dapple. i don't know if you guys seen it, but dapple already late. we're going to do
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a divestment tour. we're meeting with the beeps and paris and brussels and amsterdam than we're and the and that the united nations in geneva. our community does not support or want or never consented to the default access pipeline. well, should not come at the expense of indigenous people. it should not home at the expense of marginalized communities. so tell us, what do you think of my favorite having been in europe doing the type of work used to do? well, i'm glad she went and she went in my stead. i'm confident that she can now hold her own. she comes from a circle. oh ciocca, and that's just the way we are. i asked that the swiss people stand with us. how have you seen washed a we change since all of this began a year ago. i watched her go through some pains because she was the national voice
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. so i'm very proud of her and i know all the efforts that she made on behalf of all of our people. and i would never ask for anything more than what she did. she i'm not sad, which i thought i would definitely be, but i'm not. we took a stand for our water, like we lived here and stood her ground. so nobody can ever take that from us. no matter how the local media tries to portray us or tarnish. our
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names or painter says violent, lazy. ready bad. ready ready ready where just people from here that up and asked everybody to come and stand with us and they did whole mm ah . ringback ah
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ah, meet the minimum as up is helpful and the daughter decide to put the running to the better with less let's just throw everything away out there will expose the simple living movement and to reducing personal consumption credit and plus i, i hope to be here as a result of simple life on al jazeera, ah and with
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the winters didn't knock on the door of the us. it's been letting actually, but only in a limited area. round great lakes, typically that's a hump of warm air. this is the cold that went into it. it gave snow in, for example, indiana. it's not unusual just the 1st significant snow. and in fact, it's going to be a waving system. the warming is going back up again during tuesday before it's swept back in behind this cold front as it comes out of the mountains, the head of it all is a swirling storm of snow in the middle of canada. so temperature will drop down through kansas and missouri, but ahead of it all, a bit of rain on its way through. so the code is sitting back here by time you get to thursday, that's how far it's got 60 degrees. the high in dallas. we're still in single figures in minneapolis, plenty of snow lake fixed. no particular on the great lakes with rain showers. so the east that or rain for the whole day. and the pick, a cbo will see some more rain come down to california, not a lot, but some st. in central america,
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the focus of rain now and the next 2 days will be belize, nicaragua, and honduras and possibly further south. the been a few showers in cuba and the bahamas, or they have not gone away. but those heavy as they were ah, join the debate, 90 percent of the world's refugees have come from of common impacted country. the climate emergency is putting more pressure on services across the world and amplify your voice. it's not really the future 8. now, this is not a lock, can get it completed back. we cannot lose hope. we know what to do, and we have the tools to do to get back with all these patients. this screen on al jazeera, london is one of the most unfortunate cities in the world and decisions made here have an impact right around the globe. and so here at al jazeera,
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