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o l g 0, which is a saddam's ousted prime minister, said to be reinstated after an agreement between the military and civilian groups. ah, hello, i'm adrian said again. this is al jazeera, alive from doha. also coming up at least one person's been killed and for others injured in a shooting. it occupied east jerusalem new videos and images of chinese tennis style. peng sway a posted online, but the world tennis association says it's still concerned about her safety
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at a 2nd place of violent protests in the netherlands against new cove at 19 lockdown . ah, so we begin with a developing story from suit don, where an agreement has been reached to reinstate the deposed leader, abdullah hum, dorcas prime minister. he was ousted nearly a month ago when the military seized power. let's get straight to courtroom. i'll just serious hipaa walk in is that force? tell us more about this initiative. hipaa with an initiative launched by several national leading figures here and to dan. and it's the state, as for the 1st statement that was released by the initiative pharmacy, that prime minister would be reinstated back to his position and that he will be allowed to appoint his cabinet. it also states that they will be released of all political figures who are arrested on october 25th the day of the over and the
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following days. now it also says that prime minister will be allowed, will submit the names to the suffering counsel, and that there will be a re constitution of that constitutional declaration that was signed between the 4th of the freedom and change correlation and the military. that was the basis of the power sharing agreement on which the transitional government was dissolved with that if it was formed. now let's not forget that any appointment by prime minister will have to be approved by the sovereignty counsel. and that severance council is being headed by general albert han. he's the one who does all the cabinets. so it's not clear how much freedom prime minister will have in terms of choosing his cabinet and the people he wants, as when it says will be approved by the military. and by the sovereignty counsel, there's also questions as to how that legal constitutional declaration will look like. there will be negotiations on the authority and the powers of the executive council, which will be headed by prime minister. there will be also negotiations over the role of the sovereignty council headed by hon. so the devil is in the details and how that agreement would look like following the spouse nearly month of protest and
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nearly month of political instability into them. but what about the people? is this going to be enough to take the heat out of the street protests? well, even before the agreement has been signed and it is expected to be signed in the coming hour or so, there have already been statements from the various pharmacies, the resistance committees that have been mobilizing on the face that they reject any agreement that involve the military for weeks now, since a take over the been thing that they have 3 knows north and go see ation. know it's a compromise and given the different to the military following to take over the forces of freedom and chase coalition that the coalition better presented the protest movement in the 2019 powers hand agreement. they also released a statement saying that they're not part of those negotiations. then there's the student needs, the central come default to the needs doctors and various other associations. they all have come out and rejected this bowery. this is a political agreement between ham november han even before it's signed. so it's not
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clear if this is actually going to ease the momentum on the streets. they are processed already expected in the coming hours here in the capital, puzzlement, other parts of the country. some areas income, some have already taken to the streets to protest the military takeover, but also to put that the potential deal. it's not clear if any political agreement between have those unbuttoned audible hon will have any impact on the movement on the streets. out 0 have a morgan reporting live from caught to hipaa manufacture. date is really police say that one person's been killed and 4 of us injured and a shooting and occupied east jerusalem. it happened near an entrance to alex from mosque compound. 3 is where the police officers were injured. israel says the attacker has been killed a lot more police have been deployed to the area. let's go live now to occupied east jerusalem. i'll just serious harry's forces there. harry, what, what do we know? well we know that this incident took place just after 9 am local time, so that's around 2 hours ago. or the police saying that
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a man approached one of the gates around the luxembourg compared known to jews as the temple mount and open fire police. returning fire is raised, security forces returning fire. they say in that incident we know that 4 people were injured. 2 of them lightly is really security forces to civilians seriously wounded, one of those 2 civilians killed. and the police saying that the attack himself was quotes neutralized. it's now been confirmed that he was shot and it was, it died of his wounds. we've also had a statement from the israel, public security minister omar by love who visited the scene. he said that the attacker who's been named in palestinian media as photo apple shed, m at was a ha ha, mass affiliated person from occupied east jerusalem from one of the refugee camps, known as sure thought he was saying that this was a planned attack using not an improvised machine gunners, police it earlier said,
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but a regular machine gun and that his wife had left the country 3 days earlier. so far, no official confirmation from him asked that this was some kind of planned attack, but certainly a hammer spokesman didn't welcome this saying it was part of a legitimate struggle against the occupation. muse where the prime minister has also been quoted by his own office as saying that he is ordered, further reinforcements of security forces in and around jerusalem to prevent any further attacks. a 0 harry force of their lives in occupation. ursula harry manufactured it, rebels in ethiopia know than to grind regions say that's government forces of carried out a drone attack in the city of mckelly, a spokesman for the to gripe people's liberation front, so the residential buildings were targeted. meanwhile, the rebels continued to move towards the capital at a sob above and their reports. they've taken the city of show a rabbit, about 230 kilometers north of the capitol. samuel gotcha is an independent
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journalist based an attis. he says he has more on that reported drone strike get touch a rectangular spokesperson of the t p. i left is saying there was an attack made in mike alley at 1 am. he said of drone at cox, but this comes us the u. s. invoice for the horn of africa is still not d'silva. geoffrey feltman trying to speak to different actors within the government within the t p left and trying to end this conflict again. doug begun a year ago and african in boy a the former president of funny, jerry, i, mr. my son joe is also said to be 90. some of our looking at speaking to different doctors within and outside the government trying to end this. but again, this conflict is still continuing. allegations are a back in force. the prime minister tweeted earlier today saying notary hook glazing that what that, what the other side is saying about the drones. saying that he,
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he is thankful to that he killed been dying for us for telling the truth. he said, but he wasn't specific enough. again, no comments from the children side in were are waiting it as of now. the editor, all the chinese state newspaper has posted more video and photos and tennis style peng swavay jing the journey. a tournament organized by china open also posted official pictures saying that she was that on sunday. the world tennis association says the new material is insufficient and doesn't address its concerns. i have not been seen in public since making sexual assault allegations against a former cd of chinese official. joseph chang is a political analyst at a former professor of political science at city university, hong kong. he says the speculation that beijing, his hiding pens, real location, the farm, please probably would like to give the impression that pam was tre, is still active because she lives normally in china. but i think the general
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speculation is that she probably has been picked away by the 40 for holiday somewhere in the remote place to prevent her from talking to the media. all are content to continue to tell her stories which are very embarrassing to the chinese leadership, especially in rather critical period of preparations for the leadership success in process. to be confirmed in the parts of congress to be held. takes autumn. i think she understands every well the consequences are, but we don't know her motivations. she may simply like to bend her anger, dissatisfaction, or again, there is some speculation that you have been used by where we are political sections are in just before the party conquest,
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which would be fine that leadership succession. not so there are all kinds of speculations, but we have no basis, no evidence to, to say anything in a concrete manner, but certainly, she understands the consequences it descends with the beat. tens of thousands of people protested in austria's capital vienna against a nation wide locked down and plans for compulsory vaccinations. while the netherlands saw a 2nd bite of writing against the restrictions triggered by record high cove at 19 cases. i'll just hear that in barbara pals. gathering in vienna to say things have gone too far as governments around europe try to limit rising cove in 19 infection rates. austria's bringing in a 3 week national lockdown for monday and is making vaccinations, compulsory for every one from next february, with fines for people who don't comply. 2 thirds of austrians are fully vaccinated
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. that's one of the lowest rates in western europe. vaccines skepticism has been encouraged by the far right freedom party, the 3rd biggest in parliament, which organized saturdays protest. you can see absolutely clear that where her right to get to miss are strong. ah, less people are, which made it and more people get the ill. so you see that they have some direct influence on the, on the level of the been damaged taishan. the netherlands is also now impartial, locked down with bars and restaurants, closing at a to the evening. on saturday, they've been demonstrating against the measures in amsterdam on friday night there was rioting in rotterdam where hundreds of protest as gather to show their anger at the cove. at 19 restrictions, one commentator told al jazeera he's not surprised at the protests, citing general skepticism after the previous government fell. following a child benefits scandal. people simply don't trust the government tend,
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and that is a cause. a huge, huge challenge for the dutch government to overcome it seeks to convince people to have vaccinations when it ceased to convince people of the need for a long down in bavaria in southern germany, it's the last weekend before a local lockdown for the unvaccinated the country's health minister says a 4th wave of infections is so serious that national lock down can't be rolled out . bend as cletus, it was clicked to alice. these kids had the politicians organize this more strictly . we would have avoided this worsening situation with intensive care units being isolated. i think it's absolutely writing high time to react either by looking at with being put under pressure now and ultimately we're no longer free honesty. if you ask me, i'm convinced mandatory vaccinations will be introduced while in northern italy, 3 ski slopes have opened up for the 1st time since march 2020. everyone has to show a so called green pass, a digital certificate showing some one's been vaccinated, tested negative, or recovered from covet 19 o. saturday. i also saw
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a protest against the past in rome, a reminder of the tensions existing around attempts to fight the pandemic. nadine baba al jazeera, the french caribbean island of guadalupe, has been put under a curfew after 5 days of violent protests against covert by team restrictions. no one's allowed on the streets between 6 pm and 5 am local time of the sale of petrol in kansas. no longer allowed france ascending special police and counter terrorism officers in response to looting and us a weather update. next, he announces era then an empty catch, allowing new details about fish stalks that are on the brink of collapse. plus i'm andy richardson at the our bait stated in cats all way in exactly one years time. the middle east's, 1st football world cup, we kicking off. ah
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hello and welcome. so the cat, the international forecasts we got the usual spread of showers across the southeast asia, still some life, the ones northern parts of the region here. but it's down to the south. indonesia, which has been seeing the heaviest rain recently. 94 millimeters fine here in 24 hours and more heavy showers as we go on through the next couple of days. little circulation re close to java will enhance. so showers as we go through monday and on into tuesday. but just about anywhere could catch one or 2 though shasta, certainly in the heat of the day the nor the lose on could see a little bit of localized flooding. some rather wait weather, just tops in here to move to the early part of next week. we got some other way weather, making its way across the southeast in parts of australia, heading over to ward new south wales, having a bit towards queen slab, high pressure down towards the south. but it's a weak one. so allowing bands of cloud and brain to tumble in from the west
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a doubly way saying some wet weather dry weather for a time in to south australia into victoria. but there's that heavy rain is in northern parts of new south wales pushing up into southern areas of queens that could cause some localized flooding for a time how whitening high allows the wet weather to make its way through. as we go on 3 cheesed, i want a rash as evening to victoria. meanwhile, at sunshine in showers phony zealand, ah, in the country with an i'm done so results with foreign wad indonesia whose business firms for me we move full to grow and fraud. we balance for green economy, blue economy, and the digital economy with the new job creation law, indonesia is progressively ensuring the policy reform to create quality jobs investment. let's be part when denise is broke and progress. invest in indonesia
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now. ah ah hello. this is al 0. let's remind you of the bad news. this all the, all reports from saddam that an agreement has been reached, reinstate abdullah, humboldt, as prime minister. he was hosted by the military nearly a month ago, leading to protests on the rest is ready police so that one person's been killed and 4 of us injured in a shooting and occupied east jerusalem. it happened at entrance to alex a mosque compound. 3 is where the police officers were injured. this rail says the attacker has been killed, rebels in ethiopia stolen tig ride regions, say the government forces have carried out a drone attack in the city of mckelly,
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a spokesman for the to cry. people's liberation front said that residential buildings. what targeted what our hours away from the presidential action and chile and relations rarely been so divided millions are choosing a successor to sebastian pin vieira. bleeding candidates include the leftist gabriel borage. on the right wing out. jose antonio cast latin america. editor lucio newman reports from santiago next to the when 35 year old former student leader gabrielle bought each stops to ask for this man support his told that all politicians are liars, newly williamson, to which he answers. not all politicians are alike. live bought each a congressman is undoubtedly non traditional. he doesn't look like a presidential candidate and is the youngest one in chile in history. and he represents with some called the new left part of a wave of politicians who aim to transform chillies, political and economic structure. a tree is his campaign symbol. what did you say?
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well, you know, i can give you a cd that represents an idea. but for it to grow, you have to water it for a new chilly to whitish. we must work collecting all go. he has support from many progresses, but it is achilles heel is not only his youth, but the fact that he's running in a coalition with the communist party. and that frightens many jillions. it's given an impressive boost to his main rival for sam to in your class, he represents the most socially and politically conservative wing of chilion society, a defender, a former dictator. i will still pin oshea. he promises to restore law and order my building a 3 metre, deep ditch to keep out undocumented migrants and stopped mounting crime, drug trafficking and an indigenous rebellion in south central chile and on. i think when alex so this is an election in which 2 models of society confront each other,
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the model of freedom and justice. and another model that is led by the communist party and represented by gabriel boring. according to the latest in poles, as many as 25 percent of jillions are still undecided about to vote for the selection. and ultimately they're expected to be the ones to decide the outcome. but there is a caveat. opinion polls in this country have been systematically wrong about gauging public opinion. and that's what 2 more moderate presidential hopefuls are counting on for education minister, yes, an approval state. the only woman candidate gained a claim as president of the senate, while she represents chiles discredited center, left many see her as the only option for social change. without extremes it little going fiala in augusta order. i'm confident in change that it's secure that is achieved with consensus. yeah, i'm confident that she does not want more. instability in our banner is social justice with pierce and in their center right wing,
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substantial and independent and former social development minister who also promises law and order. but without setting the clock back on abortion, and l g b t, right, among others. i asked him how he differed from the traditional right wing america. come you put up with the kid ma'am. yep. we have to make changes to protect the environment for a more just society and perhaps most important of all the full social changes. so that's finally the middle class is the protagonist of the governor, my input benson o 2 years ago, a social uprising shook the foundations of chilion society. so much so that no one is sure which way the country will leave or whether whoever wins will be able to restore govern ability in what has been latin america's most stable democracy, aussie and human al jazeera, santiago, millions venezuelans are also heading to the polls for regional elections on sunday, a recent partial survey showed more than 75 percent of people now live in extreme
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poverty there and a ser. isabelle reports from crackers many a desperate for change. oh, ethan little said i was believed voting on sunday. will be crucial to helping change in venezuela. she is 59 years old and she was a single room with her daughter and 2 grandchildren in a house. in the coastal city of wida ross, i received the pension of a dollar and a half a month. her family survives on her daughters salary, which is around $5.00. if in, if i mean, i don't know, things are going to change. only god knows whomever wins will help us improve how we live. we've been eating a little bit of chicken every 2 days a bit of eggs, but that's what we have. she has recently received a bag of government subsidized food. she buys for a dollar. it is supposed to last for a month. there's 4 families living in this house because they have nowhere else to live. poverty rates in venezuela are over 80 percent. millions of people are
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struggling to make ends meet, were told that being able to afford food or medicines is a major challenge. but most of those we have spoken to say is that the biggest challenge they have to day is running water in this house for its whole. they haven't had running water in months or venezuela has been struggling through massive economic crisis for at least 7 years. is not only affecting people directly, but a lack of investment has also had a major impact on basic services, like distribution of water, electricity, and gas, or yelling at ally nice a nurse. she makes around $3.00 a month. her son is among the millions who have left the country. if there's no change after these elections, then nothing else will change in the same system of government continues. it's not gonna change because they had their chance for 20 years. and it's a vicious cycle, and they don't accept change. venezuelans are heading to the polls in what is the
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1st election in years to be closely monitored by international observers. even though discontent is white spread, millions who could have supported the opposition have left the country. ah, venezuela, socialist party controls every aspect of the state and its candidates have political and financial support from the government of no. priscilla, nikolai, my lord says that now he will work towards building a new economy model. color with care will double ed return. we vote it's a step forwards towards economic recovery. we're going to build a new economy and a new prosperity and annoy the economy. oh, in recent months there has been a small economic recovery to a rise in the price of oil and the easing of some international local restrictions that economy see has had an impact in some sectors. but millions are still living in poverty and in desperate need. hoping that sunday's elections will signal the changes coming. betty, so i'll just cedar la jolla,
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venezuela. they've been protests in the us after the acquittal of a team who shot and killed 2 people and injured a 3rd during last year's racial justice. processed people rallied in chicago, minneapolis, and tampa coll rittenhouse opened fire with a semi automatic rifle during a black lives matter protesting kaneesha in wisconsin. last year. the verdict was open to debate about the boundaries of self defense in the us. canada's flood head province of british columbia has imposed temporary restrictions on fuel and non essential travel to help stabilize supply chains. non essential vehicles are limited to 30 liters of fuel of a petrol pump. an order expected to be extended until the beginning of december travel has also been on sections of several highways floods. mudslides have destroyed roads and homes. air quality in india's capital remains very poor for the 8 consecutive days. pollution caused new delhi to again be shrouded in smog,
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causing reduced visibility. visibility rather, and some people to experience breathing as years. scores have been shut indefinitely and most trucks have been barred from entering the city. coal fired power plant power plants, vehicle fumes and garbage burned by farmers are all contributing to the oil. lucian used to be bought. the pollution is worsening day by day. and there seems to be no proper solution for this because everyone is busy in doing politics and no one is interested in finding a solution or the government also does nothing lower than what meeting is it by loosen regularly after bow, the pollution will have an adverse effect on our bodies in the long run. so we should be contributing to creating a pollution free city long day. around a 1000000000 people in low income countries rely on the ocean for food. but fish stocks are declining at a faster rate than previously estimated according to a new study that involved hundreds of global experts, the min minda roo foundation. since there's evidence that half of the world stalks are over fish and it warns with around 8 percent of these fish,
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stocks are on the brink of collapse. of the $142.00 countries that were assess 20, received a failing grade. lily, all of her stalks up and wiped out with little hope of replenishment. nicholas hark reports from decker, where illegal fishing is threatening. the livelihoods of fishermen were in downtown to car in the fishing village of walk um, tens of thousands of people here depend on fishing to meet their ends. meet with their catch isn't as big as it used to. here is another one, a boat just coming in after a night and a day, a fishing, that's fisherman m by sir. come with me. and by let bay say them all, but the thing that is because of the boats that they're not getting as much of a catch before. the bows that he's referring to is out of sight in the distance is industrial sites fishing. now they're called deep sea trawlers. illegally in, in
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a matter of seconds, their fishing nets, scrap the ocean floor, destroying both corals and the fishing line. i'll go with, by a kind of, you know, agreement with the chinese, whatever they come. they do or thinking according to new research, 50 percent of the world, fish stocks are depleting 10 percent on the brink of collapse. the problem is no one is regulating what's happening out at sea. and as a result, people here are catching less fish. this is in putting just their livelihood at jeopardy. it's putting their families a jeopardy with people struggling to feed their loved ones. people are now using their boats, their fishing boats not to catch fish. they try to make it to europe in search for a better and more sustainable life. a year from now,
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the 1st world come to be held in the middle east will kick off here in kat up. get one the bit to host the event bullet a decade ago. and since then, the golf nation has been transformed. aren't richardson reports from our coal, both of doha, where it will all begin. a stadium designed to reflect the nomadic culture of the region will soon be providing a home for footballs. most priced events, cattle is alvin stadium will stage. the 1st game of the 2022 world cup. the money's overseen every stage of its construction hopes it will make a left thing. first impression, the design of the stadium resemble the bed when 10 shot, which is the welcome sign back in today's. this is where not just category region. people used to live in bed chart, and this is how you welcome your guest with a fine of guitar is up in full door to everybody around the world to welcome them
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inside guitar. by welcoming them in a stadium in 2020 to 60000 fans will be inside this stadium for that opening match . and one thing we know they'll be watching is casso the whole nation, not just picking off the middle east 1st world cup. it will be the 1st ever time as national team has kicked up all of this for the biggest tournaments. more teams are getting ready to join cats at the world cup each time a country qualifies. the national flag is raised at a ceremony held on the sea front of the capital, doha. i know that the origins, ions are thrilled to come here. they are planning their trip. they are now in social media posting about it. they are very happy, doesn't messy will be here. all our good players will be here. i think this is going to be a very great extremely important walcott. moving a 1000000 supporters are expected to make the trip to cancel. what will be the most compact world cup in history,
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all 8 stadiums with an a metro ride or short drive of each other, meaning fans could go and watch more than one matcher day. what i looking forward to is that you feel that it will keep going on everybody's basic, the indo. so the mexicans with the dots and the germans are with teenagers and or whatever. the tickets with the suite for that is that connection that will make it so special. some finishing touches and a few more qualified teams. and now all that's needed before the middle east's biggest sporting events can begin. andy richardson al jazeera though ha, ah, it is good to have you with a solo, adrian, so they get here in doha. the headlines on al jazeera in student, an agreement has been reached, reportedly to reinstate abdullah hun dark as prime minister. he was asked at bailey a month ago when the military ceased.


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