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we were 1st generation of black faces people and we had to really find our way with no high and no limitation. the world is a much smaller place. we do better to get away with these regional boundaries, film direct, thank you. in to tell me thing at home, right back game, you think about late the, the biggest certainly have is making often visible today be unfit pick on out to the era. ah, after months of protest, india's prime minister marine ramadi says that he's withdrawing controversial farm laws ahead of state elections. ah, hello, i'm adrian for again. this is al jazeera, alive from doha, also coming up, police and pay the roofs clear. a makeshift refugee camp on the border with poland
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after hundreds had home. and some a relocated defending the role. security forces ensued on say the action and wednesdays protests was aimed at keeping people safe. cross. i'm seen basra via an eastern to paul at the border with we're a conflict is brewing over t. ah . india is government just made a dramatic you turned on announced that it's repealing 3 controversial farm laws. the legislation had triggered nationwide protests that lasted more than a year. the government introduced the measures last year saying that they modernized the agriculture sector, but farmers said the reforms hurt their livelihoods. now, prime minister render moody is telling them to go home. i'd met up today, i have come to tell you and the entire nation that we have decided to repeal the 3
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laws harmony you will complete the constitutional process of repealing the laws during the parliament. the session will begin to the end of this month. today i am asking all my former friends who have been protesting to return to your homes, your farmland, and your family. out of here as part of the town is live with us now in new york, one of the, the main process sites there on the edge of the, the capital. what are people they're saying about the governments? utah was, as you can see behind me, you know, these are the arrangements that farmers had made a year ago because they were going to be camping out till the laws would be repealed. and the prime minister has said they are pulling back these laws, but these structures haven't been dismantle. and that's because even though in his speech the prime minister said, you know, go home and this will be done. they're not budging. this saying that a department passed the laws and it is the parliament that will repeal the laws and that is when we're going to pack up and go. in fact
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a while ago they were busting firecrackers. would they do welcome this move, but it's not a done deal as far as they're concerned. now the other thing to mention here is, and we've been talking to far mas am protesters here. they're actually pointing out a few things that the, that the prime minister missed during his speech. for example, he did not acknowledge the fact that nearly $700.00 farmers have died during the course of the protest. the other issue that the farmers have been talking about is a minimum guaranteed price that they've been asking the government to put for them, especially in the states off in the state of other provincial farmers have been facing the bronze of climate change. they've been a ra, increasing lawns on them. so they're saying that we need more financial assistance from the government. something that the prime minister missed at the same time. you know, it's important to say that they are happy, but it's not of, as i said, a done deal for them. so they got to keep protesting, chin. the parliament officially withdraws the 3 laws and our farmers,
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skeptical about the government's motives here, given the birth of elections in february. yes, you know, the form is, in fact made it an election issue. a few months ago, they had had a massive riley that was attended by hundreds of thousands of farm, was in the state of their probation out there. probation is politically speaking in jeff king, make us state. it is one of the largest one of the most populous and politically one of the most critical. so bad joke. the issue of farm law made it an election issue. and now they do acknowledge and recognize the fact that the government is never the part the agenda party, which is prime minister during the mo, the spotty is novice about losing elections that also elections in the state of my job. now my job is in just great boat, it is where a lot of farmers come from and that is also heading into election. so they do recognize the fact that with this move the government here, the political party is ensuring that it's back in the game of the metallic,
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gassy pool by the next day, pumping. let's bring us up, bring in now what java to and on, sorry, who's a political analyst and commentator. he joins us live from much. you totally, this isn't a genuine, a change of heart by the government isn't. this is a fear of what might happen to the elections. absolutely, this is neither an act of generosity, nor is it an example of a responsive government. this is, this has been primarily done with an eye on the elections. if and you're right, just come at great cost over $700.00 farmers have lost their lives. they've been sitting out breathing the elements the winter. the scorching heat are fed up. it's been dead for over a year and a half. they've been, they've been labeled unless they've been beaten up. they've been tear gas water cannons have been like, let loose of them. so, i mean, if it was an act of generosity, then why was the farm last brought in the 1st place, that commented stubbornly,
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fiercely defended them that refused to back down. and this is only for the 2nd time in the history of this government in the 7 year. the rule of government that the government has stepped back and that this is been done primarily because of the addictions that we have 2 months from now in order to provision and by job, all the states have a lot and have a lot farming community and a and they consider a large percent of the voting popular stuff. and, and what's the significance of that? as you say, the 1st time that the body government, it's time in office as, as back down on and on any issue is the significance is that they've done it because they fear that they could lose their but as you p like your corresponded to was telling us holds the key to who's daily. there are 403 seats in the prevention of 70. 1 typed in line of them come for rest and you'll be read. the farmers are in
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a majority. the farmers are are said, are there lodges? what income component off that popped off those $139.00 seats. the bgp had goes to 90. if the b g, b loses and that then it's gotten from there for them and you're free and it could then raise use, which was question a huge question. marks or what, who, who deli, in the 2024 elections, some of the dance. therefore, the government has run the, has read the writing on the wall and decided to back, take a back step. what's to stop the government though, bringing back these laws or modified versions of them once the elections are over. but it won't be easy and if it does, then just remember the all important. 2024 voluntary elections are yet to be held. and then there will be a huge cost because right now you manage to that you promised the farmers and sort of try to limit the damage by retreating. if you go back on it the next time that option will not be dead. and the put it could fall out of that would be huge. good
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stokes, she said many thanks. did java, and i'm sorry, the live in new delhi, bella. ruth has cleared a makeshift migrant camp on its border with poland. border officials say that hundreds have moved voluntarily to a reception sent up. our correspondent, i said, big is that trend it cold and living in miserable conditions. these people under beller russian side of the border with poland and now getting some help. but it's far from what they want and meet. bella russo has some in a makeshift shelter, a warehouse with beds, blankets, and food. but still they tried to cross. oh. this footage, released by polish authorities, shows people detained as they crossed the border o me on a dove in the green. suppose there were $501.00 attempts of the legal border crossings from belarus in the last 24 hours. this means the total number of such attempts in
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november exceeds 6000. c but the russian forces also released this footage. lithuanian border force dog bites into a man sleeping bag. lithuanian authority say they didn't know someone was inside. the e u wants to impose more sanctions and the g 7 has condemned by the roost. they say it's creek to the situation on his borders in what the you called a form of hybrid attack by the russian official say the president has offered german chancellor anglo merkel away forward resident with this museum. the e will create a humanitarian corridor for 2000 refugees. her and the camp were taken obligation upon ourselves to assist the other 5000 as much as possible and in case they are willing to return home something the e u has rejected out of hand. but tensions are belly roost, his borders remain high. ukraine has deployed the national guards to its border with belarus and lithuania,
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as also reinforced its border with the country. by the ru, says it won't force any migrant refugees to go back home, but with no solution in sight, those who are trapped are likely to continue to be used as pawns in a much larger game. as i beg, i'll jazeera poland, or hundreds of those migrants or iraqi kurds, some of abandoned their attempt to enter the e. u, and have returned home officers. iran con reports now from a bill. as they arrived, you can see the exhaustion in their faces while some are glad to be home. others say they'll return, but i'm going back. i'm ready to try hunter thomas again. next summer i intend to go. the kurdish regional government of which are bill is the capital released a statement blaming people smugglers for jupiter rockies into going to buy the roofs. the statement promised to crack down on them in the last few days. they say they were us to 10 members of a criminal smuggling gang. some of those returning thursday described a horrific experience. though had i been at mcgehee, the situation is so bad,
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the smugglers using people i've seen people dying before my own eyes. i will not try to travel again. i will not go to live. a lot of these people have sold everything they own to get to europe. they are likely to come back to less than they had before. the future for them is blink number 341. people disembarked on this flight here in hon. another 90 will disembark in baghdad. now there are more flights in the coming days. how many more is a negotiation between minsk and baghdad? but perhaps the real negotiation is exactly how many iraqis will want to get on those flights. around con our desert, a real the spanish coast guard has rescued a group of migrants near the canary islands. the boat was carrying 40 people, 2 of them a died at sea, 2 others would take her to hospital in a critical condition. it's the 2nd time because god has had to make a rescue in the area this week. sedans, police chief has defended security forces,
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insisting that they used only legal means to control recent oppositional protests. doctors say that at least 15 demonstrators were killed by live fire on wednesday. it was the worst day of violence since the military to power last month. the head of the police is denying its involvement in the deaths say that police use tear gas and rubber bullets, and we're protecting civilians. mozilla on monday for the safety of citizens and to avoid disorder. police forces are usually keen during operations of protecting protests and marches to keep a weapons fit for use in context of civilians. mainly relying on t gas of different types out there, as russell said, are john does not live from cartoon russell after the violence this week. what is the situation there? no well for to day, there are the expectations for some small scale or protest to after the friday
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prayer, particularly at the l and saw mosque, which is one of the, the largest mosque in the capitol. hot tomb that people are supposed are, are expected to protest, and also there will be a pre ear in absentia for those who have been killed on, on wednesday during the while and confrontations the payroll. so is going to be conducted here. and for now, as of now, the city looks quite comb dead. the barricade that had been set by the protest, barricades off the brakes, and rocks had been removed that, that the main roads are reopened, the bridge are re open. so but distribution is quite delicate. here because mostly i did that we, we can see that after the friday praise the they did the clashes, i cooled air erupt anytime or interference or the police could cause more wayland confrontations. but so far the situation is called. however,
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the civilian groups are look, are calling, making calls for the larger the protests in the coming days. and that looks worse, some for the country and what's the state of the talks between the army and civilians . well as for now, all of the efforts to find a way out of the pull to get that look in the country, how failed the civilian groups are mainly led by the forces of freedom and change, which is the main saving equation which had been a shade empowered with the army since $22019.00, they said they're going to step up the pressure on the, at the military to force it into a power a shade in agreement. the military says, oh well, they are not planning to hold on to prover and they are still committed to the road to the democracy. and in the coming days, there will be a, a government, a formed,
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an appointed, but so far that attempt, how failed, and the did the u. s. secretary of state, anthony bennington was in bridge and he made a call for an immediate restoration of a civilian government. a later date that his assistant was in, cartoon met the army general and wooden and urged him for in restoration of their government. and also the also the prime minister of the land to be back in the office. and the other valuable hands says that he wouldn't exclude such an option. but so far, all they're forced to find a way for to, to, to answer those crisis failed. and fear is that if of did these 2 parties, civilians, an army that cannot find a solution, cannot reach an agreement that cooled cows. more wayland confrontations in the country because at the day by day as more people are being killed, the anger also is grove in sudan. ok, an effective date out as errors,
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russell said, are reported like that from caught you still to come here on the program. severe flooding, landslides cause extensive damage to homes, root bridges across western canada, will tell you at u. s. president joe biden, hosts is northern and southern may visit the white house, the 1st summit between north american leaders in years. ah ha, the weather is lottie. set fair for many parts of central europe over the next couple of days. but so we have got some changes of foot to the south and also to the north, down in the southeast area of low pressures been spitting away for some time that will gradually start to fade away. the shower is becoming a less frequently and much their way of it towards greece. brightest cause coming
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back to the west side of the met, further north, quite a stiff breeze, coming through its milder than my body, walter and cooler. as we go on through the we can his size of at mild weather, 30 celsius f, glasgow. and also for london. by the time we come to sat day, just 11th grades this weekend, co front sinks by the south. it's in the winds. come round that north direction, the arctic bar. she gonna notice that as we go on into next week, changes a foot here, then changes into the made us well, summer dryer and brighter for it's lee pushing across towards the balkans. a few shower surf, the grease easing over to the eastern side with met. it's right. it will senate see it cutting increasingly. sherry to just around the southwest there for spain and portugal, somewhere where the 2 in see where western parts of algeria over the next day or so could cause some flooding. some pass morocco mortality, also seeing some showers along with western sahara. and he, a showers around western africa course, once again, all the way into the gulf of guinea. ah,
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a african narrative. awe from africans perspective. i new theories of short documentary by african filmmakers from across the continent. this is going to really get committed to handle the african direct coming, sued on al jazeera pick. ah ah, hello again, this is al jazeera, the bad news. this are the indian government is announced that us with drawing 3
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controversial farm laws. the legislation had triggered nationwide protests that lasted more than a year. later, roosters cleared a makeshift camp for migrants. refugees that it's porter with poland. hundreds of those asylum seekers, mostly iraq. he could have abandoned their attempts to enter the e. u of have returned home and saddam's police chief has defended his security forces, insisting that they used only legal means to control recent opposition. protests dot to say that at least 15 demonstrators killed by live file on wednesday, canadian troops or on the ground, helping with rescue efforts in the flood, devastated province of british columbia roads, bridges, and railways were washed away. of several towns remain. cut off. officials say that they expect this to be the costliest natural disaster in canadian history out a 0 shop returns the report style from abbotsford. the sumac prairie is british columbia's agricultural heart loans, but now it's submerged. in fact,
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sume us prairie had been su, must lake for millennia before it was drained in the early 20th century for settlement. now it's a vast floodplain particularly vulnerable to more frequent weather extremes that scientists want us to expect in the changing climate. over 2 days this week, a months worth of rain fell here. now thousands of displaced or cut off roadways, railways and bridges have been washed away. some of those rescue to staying in this shelter with no idea when they can reach on home, given the continued flooding and the uncertainty about the structural stability of transport routes that remain. i've heard 2 days to 10 days. no one knows. so i heard 2 days, 2 days ago, so i'm still here. farmers have desperately been trying to rescue their livestock some 20000 dairy cattle once grazed her many a fool to have perished in washington dc after the circle, the 3 amigos summit with his u. s. and mexican counterparts,
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the canadian prime minister pledged coordinated action. we will continue to work with indigenous communities to keep people safe. we'll work with the province with industry, all of the partners to on logistics on repairs and getting goods moving. judo did mention climate change in general terms, but didn't take the opportunity to link the catastrophic flooding in british columbia to greenhouse gas emissions. but climate scientists are being explicit. they say that is all set is part of a destructive cycle caused by human induced global warming. just a few months ago. a record heat wave caused by changing jet streams lead to forest fires, that stripped the landscape of trees and the stability of their roots. systems that was then followed by intense storms fueled by the warming ocean that washed away everything in their path. in the past, climate scientists are locked in to say that one specific weather event was definitively connected to global warming. but now such as the strength of the
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science, that ambiguity is gone. they say this is what climate change looks like. she ever times the al jazeera abbotsford, north american leaders has held a summit for the 1st time in 5 years. us president joe biden, host of mexico's under as manuel lopez over at all, and canada, the prime minister justin trudeau at the white house top of the agenda, with the cova 19 pandemic, and the climate crisis. mike had reports for washington. it was in 2016 when the leaders of us, mexico and canada last met in person the previous trumpet, ministration, apparently disinterested in holding face to face talks with its neighbors. the lead is now able to lay out their priorities. we have to end the pandemic and to take decisive actions to curb the climate crisis. our highest priority is, of course, end in coven, 19, and being focused on economic recovery, strengthen supply chain support. as he owns. it's important to define things
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together to set aside myths and prejudices, for example, to stop excluding migrants when their manpower is in high demand in canada and in the united states. mr. president is the delight to have you here for you as president also held one on one meetings. central to discussions with his mexican counterpart was migration control and reform. an issue that a sharply impacted on the relationship between the 2 countries was great to welcome back from mr. earlier biden and canadian prime minister justin trudeau talked about forging a climate change policy, particularly topical, given the flooding occurring in canada. ah, but one of the biggest developments had nothing to do with north american relations . answering a question the u. s. president confirmed, he's thinking about a diplomatic boycott of the winter olympics in china. something we're consider.
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still discussions focused heavily on trade between the 3 countries. and new agreement took effect last year, replacing the longstanding north american free trade pack nafta. canada is the largest trading partner of the united states. each day, some $2000000000.00 worth of goods crosses the world long. the national border and canada has been brought into the us mexico discussion concerning supply chain issues which has undermined the economies of all 3 countries. the many issues of contention would not given any public airing. the lead is preferring to project to show up unity and common purpose. reviving the 3 amigos label that was applied when b summits were far more frequent. mike had r o g 's era, washington. 35 members of afghanistan's women's youth football team has arrived in
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the u. k. after fleeing the taliban take over the plane, carrying them and their families, 130 people in all landed at stance to their port near london. the flight was paid for by a t v star kim kardashian west members of the team had been staying in pakistan. i still believe bank to like it and they send the boat is in years i still didn't was not prepared to excel. when i receive new media media, so happy, i may be happy knowing that these when they and their families go there between a 2 reason, 36, few freedom and they're out the thing here they are out. so having fear of losing their life with indian businesses or aggressively lobbying their government to impose tariffs and quality control checks
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on t imports from the paul. they say that the unregulated influx is hurting local brands traders in the poll, so that the t is not only better, but fills a gap in the indian market ounces era. same bas robbie reports now from alarm district and eastern to pull no soldiers, no guns, but it into paul's eastern border with india. tensions are simmering. an unlikely front line is where for years the 2 countries have been locked in quiet conflict. over one of the world's most precious and widely consumed commodities for new pulse t plantations. it's a fight for survival. yeah, one of the key is the goose that lays the golden egg. there is local production happening. we have local companies here worldwide. people drink tea and it's also good for health. we drink it and we call alarm district. the place to mine for tea
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in alarms markets, himalayan t is liquid gold fuel for the country's economic engine. but growers from the neighboring indian state of west bengal or lobbying their government to impose terrace and bureaucratic roadblocks to take their landlocked neighbors. p off the table. where here it into paul's border with india now. and darjeeling is just 30 minutes down this road past that checkpoint. now the terrain, the soil, even the plants that the t comes from. it's all the same in this area of indian grover say that there's is the original darjeeling brand, it only there. t should be allowed to carry the name, the seeds of what some nepalese have taken to calling the kettle. wars were planted more than a century ago. when the british still ruled, india smuggled out of china and planted in darjeeling in the 18. hundreds indian growers say their t is the genuine article and importing from the paul is destroying
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a legacy brand. but indian traders routinely mix nepalese t width and sell it as darjeeling to make up for supply shortfalls and meet massive market demands. in fact, india is nepalese, biggest customer, half of the team made here and almost all of the premium. great stuff. most similar to darjeeling is bought by india for nipple, ease owners, india stirring up trouble is just about protecting market share. i pill that very engaged, very big country with the 10 yard. we have a small, you're going to me and we have a 1000000000 and a 1000000000 deficient with india 1000000000 and 1000000000. and that we don't have anything to sell our product to india when the t is in a very small quantity. that is not going to the end. any good. i mean nothing. but the big thing part of nevada brewing tensions steeped in history at risk of boiling
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over or a storm in a teacup indian concerns have merit. but now police say t should move as freely between borders as their people. to zane basra, the old euro alarm district, eastern nepal. the 2 front runners in chile as presidential election have held final rallies, ad of sundays votes. right wing candidates. jose antonio cast wants to bring down taxes and reduce the size of government. leftist gabriel borage wants to do the exact opposite. if neither of them gets 50 percent of the vote, the 2 men will face a run off. in another round, in december original election campaigns have ended in venezuela, most opposition candidates are running as part of a coalition. it's the 1st election which the opposition agreed to participate in after 3 years of boycotts. cannot be as constitutional court as put on hold a debate the could see abortion decriminalized proceedings of stopped because of
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a challenge calling to exclude one of the judges who spoke about abortion in the media. the case will remain suspended until an external judge rules on the challenge. columbia currently only allows termination of a pregnancy for specific reasons. more tennis players in the heads of some of the sports governing bodies of raising concerns about a missing chinese star. thanks way has not been seen in public since she made sexual assault allegations against the top chinese government official. 2 weeks ago, the head of the women's tennis association received an e mail purporting to be from her, but he's now questioning it in it. she reportedly says she's resting at home and retracts the allegations. steve simon says that he's concerned about her safety. ah, it is good to hear the fellow adrian said again, here in doha, the headlines al jazeera india's government is announced that is withdrawing 3
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controversial farm laws. the legislation have triggered nationwide protests that lasted more than a year. i'd may.


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