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this is how they are getting some water. this is how people are washing their clothes in the middle of the month. and where they go to the toilet. there's a center here where they can spend a night, but many a crime to get money or coughing. money are getting ill. so increasingly people are choosing to be rebuffed created. they leave to the back door, fellowship officials take them to the airport. but there's also quite a significant group assess, we are not going anywhere. we keep waiting until germany takes them in. and there's not a group who at night, tries to still sneak in to the polish border and try to cross secretly. but conditions of course have very difficult and this winter here it is really cold. temperature people have died already trying to cross in. so it's a very desperate situation. i'm joined now by my on the shower out there, a senior political analyst model. and this is obviously escalating very quickly. is
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lucas shank and getting the attention from the you that he wants to do? has this all, perhaps been a miscalculation? do you think? what clearly is doubling down? ah, i heard her, his interview with her, where the sister of network and clearly a he dropped all pretensions of civility and denials. he actually now says that he probably thinks that people are getting beaten on the borders than that his forces might be encouraging or pushing some of the refugees to a cross. sir, the bill of ocean are poland, polish borders. so a look i think was clearly doubling down. he knows probably there is no way back her from the position. he put his country in her and especially when the european union, as we've heard yesterday. and today is certainly taking a tough position and certainly not backing down. it certainly might even up the anti against the berlin ocean or government. so all in all of this could actually
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blog blog blue are out of proportion in the sense that it could go beyond the polish borders and, and, and go to word c o 2, who towards that he threw indian and then, and the lesbian borders all borders with the european union or the ears obviously been here before now and back in 2015 and you mentioned other borders. it does seem that the eel is now throwing money at the problem and trying to send to triple fans . i believe it or try to strengthen those other borders. will any of this work? actually this is, this is much different in the sense that, i mean, i don't usually speak to humanitarian situation that really thick certain expertise and i don't pretend to have one. but in terms of the geo politics of it, this is a total utilization of refugees for cynical political and strategic ends on the part of their pollution governments. and perhaps perhaps, backed by the russian president at least that's what the polish prime minister
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seems to think that put in is the mastermind on this bill lucien that their tactic against the european union in order to pressure their union to lift sanctions of bruce. so this is not a. busy like previous humanitarian issues that we see that we've seen europe taking care of it. i mean, let's all remember that germany took some 1000000 refugee. your opinion has done it summon and what we see today on the board there is, is really painful to watch. but the cynical exploitation of the refugees by the ability mission regime is responsible for the humanitarian crisis that we see today . and if it's true that this is backed up by the russian president, that is, that is proposing to mediate, if you will, between devolution, government and the, and the european union. then we are talking about
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a certain cynical geo politics. our, or ju political calculus, that goes beyond anything humanitarian that we've seen before. mal underside. they're out of their senior political analyst greats hospital again now, and thanks for joining us. still ahead here on out as in as a by john says it can help europe out of its energy crisis. why the move could cause serious complications there in the region. the consequences of slavery why brazil's black community says the fight for equal rights is still a struggle and where used a big jump is in the india, but not quite like this. moral mission statement later in ah,
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i think was hiccough today's breezy weather, coming at a rock dancer, bahrain got turned down towards the everett sack, tends to bring a bit of dust this time the year. and you notice it was nothing in the sky. beyond that, it remains dryness, truth arabian plaza, most levant and iran, there are showers, forming ahead of that rain band in turkey. they'll hit to wood, cyprus, and levant. those are few showers in the monte coast. what happens after that is the rain. it's through cyprus, to western syria, pops the lebanon, and then the sun comes out behind it. that again, is probably the limit of its progress. little bit of circulation here which give those shouting, among much as mentioned, adding given, but also bring some to the and us, the culture and somali. now unfortunately, the horn of africa, the short range, been very poor this year. can year in particular has been badly affected this 3 seasons in a row. now, significant lack of rain, therefore, failed crops. same is true further says is it be shows you some rain coming to the eastern cape or south africa running right up towards mozambique and zimbabwe that
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rest of that. admittedly, it's looking quite dry, fairly well. not as hot as it was to the rains haven't yet developed, but this is probably significant. that's one to watch. that could be pretty heavy. rain. ah, indonesia, the country with an abundance of results. reg, byron, walk, indonesia whose this concerns for me. we move forward 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. invest, let be part when denise is pros and progress. invest indonesia. now, can you hear it? anticipation these rising. excitement is growing. as cats are always brings
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your favorite teen to cut off for the fee for arab called 2021. greatness is in the air. lead sore is won and will reach new heights. join us in, cut off from november, the 30th to december. the 18th booked your package now at canada airways dot com lou. ah ah, hello there, i'm associate handoff. let's remind you about top stories here. this our, the world health organization is wanting, another 700000 people in europe could die from the current virus by spring. patients in the netherlands that are being shifted to germany to ease pressure on
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hospitals. ethiopians, prime minister says he'll travel to the front line to lead the military against rebel forces the year long war with the t p l f is intensified in recent months as the on the grief advances towards the capital. noise out says it's releasing 50000000 barrels of oil from its strategic reserves. it's a coordinated effort with several nations to stop soaring fuel prices. hetero prices more than doubled compared to a year ago. or earlier we spoke to rudy, bar, rudy, he's the chief executive officer of energy and environment holdings. he says this move will bring some level of stability, toil prices. basically, president biden decision to start releasing from b s. b, r is a very good move and it is one of the strongest most to dump and inflation effect if for, i'll pick bloss and the saudis will not, or were not willing to increase their production president by didn't had
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a 3 choices. one is to ask you as share in the sleep to start austin their production. this is one to use some of the strategic petroleum re her reserves that are i don't, 714715 1000000 headers. so what they have released now is around 7. and if this is accompanied by india, china, korea, that there's going to give a major stability to the oil prices. and will, it gives the level of all a prices to an economy sustainable weight, especially after what we have seen in the cover time. how many european countries are facing an energy crisis supplies, especially from russia on declining. meanwhile, azerbaijan, a major oil and gas supply in the region wants to fill that gap,
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said cosivity reports now from bucher. this as their b, john's economy is fuel by its gas and oil production. the country now has that on europe's energy crisis. it says it has the supply to easier it's growing demand. we are already just substantial, if not very serious player in the turkish market in georgia and market in the u. markets of grease italy and bulgaria. but we have huge interest from the side of the others from the eastern european countries from the balkan countries from central european countries. much of its natural gas of fly is exported through what's called the southern gas cory door, which runs from the caspian sea through parts of georgia, turkey and then to europe. as our b, john's production is small compared to big players in the energy game. but with the
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gas corridor, it is ready to carry other resources like gas from took madison to the you going after a bigger piece of the market. by increasing its energy production other bri, john could bring in more investments and gain political leverage in its regents. but this could also threaten its relationship with russia, a major life, and one of the world's biggest energy suppliers. either be john says it is not competing with moscow, but some say that could be geopolitical complication from the existing my ballistic supplier. also, as i said in the beginning, uses it's supplies of energy to your for geopolitical reasons for geo political inputs. we see that right now, right now when russia has not deliver gas to gas storage facilities in europe throughout the summer, and has decided not to do what it normally does, which is increase supplies to europe. when you're asked for more. because gus
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problem and russia are trying to pressure the european union, their concerns russia dispute with ukraine and other european partners could these lies in or just supply. russia provides about 45 percent of the european union, natural gas, ne, but demand is growing, and it appears russia can't or won't keep up. if the look at what is happening in terms of energy security and some fluctuations of energy. pro, prep provision of energy sources and just apply to some countries in europe for example. and as a bridge i'm being able to deliver it's natural gas to europe enables these countries, this consumers to access to alternative source of energy. european leaders fear to energy crisis may get worse before it gets better. john hope it will turn into an opportunity that will secure its rule in the market. sina sold us back
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to us or by john. while investigations have begun in bulgaria into the west bus crash in its history, at least 45 people were killed after fire and gulf above that was returning to north macedonia from turkey. only 7 people on board survived where we challenged the cha, wreckage of the bus makes clear how intense the fire must have been. the vehicle crashed and burned on the bulk area and highway. in the middle of the night, it was taking mostly north macedonian tourists, back home, after a weekend trip to assemble. but it's not yet known. why so few people made it off alive, or what caused this disaster in the 1st place. this damage suggest the bus hit a barrier before carrying on to crash into the central reservation. bulky air is interior minister said he was deeply shocked by what he'd seen was. not everyone
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can stun such a picture. the picture is terrifying. the details of this tragedy will be investigated. north macedonia, foreign minister visited survivors in hospital, in bulk areas, capital, sophia, lucifer, we're going forward. i'm here in the hospital to get more information. what we know is that a horrible passage he has happened in bulgaria. but the bus had carried not macedonian nationals were traveling from his tumbled copier. there were over 53 passengers in the bus. dozens of them, my children, over 40 were killed. some of the wounded but concert here. but let me 1st see the situation and i'll be back later with more police in north macedonia, have begun an investigation into better trends. the bus and travel company. this man came to it, shut it office in north macedonia, capital scope here looking for news of his nephew, seattle chest. so information about the crash at 6 am this morning. i saw it on the internet and as my nephew was in turkey,
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i started searching on the internet. i called based trends for the number for 34 hours. we do not have any information for them, nor are they answering the phone. and the investigation continues by daylight on the stream of highway into the worst bus crash in bulk area in history will reach helen's how to 0 jury in the u. s. state of georgia is set to begin its deliberations and the highly charged on the remote and trial defense attorneys. for 2 of the 3 white men charged with killing aubrey, a black man tried to present him as the criminal prosecutor se aubrey was out for a run when he was being pursued by the trio. demonstrators gathered outside the court there on monday, calling for the men to be convicted while november is black conscience, month. in brazil, it has the largest black population outside africa. and there's also the last in the americas to abolish slavery. it's 980 a constitution made promises to amend the wrongs of the past. but now 3 decades
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later, black brazilians are still battling for their rights as well. he reports now from the guard tuba. this meeting takes place every november in the settlement of slave descendants. it's a moment to relive stories of brazil's dark and silence path. as you can go means many se slavery is over, but we still feel its consequences can undergo a lot of pressure to leave the lens which are rightfully ours. 62 families live in the sky. long women got sheba, 130 kilometers from the city of rio de janeiro. it's one of the $5000.00 communities scattered around brazil, built by former slaves. many of them had run away, hiding from their masters. the 90 needed constitution gave their descendants the right to claim their lands and keep their traditions like small scale farming. that's easier said than done the munger. tuberculin bull has been at the center of
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a battle with an investment company that wants to build a resort on its lands, isaac university, on which will not negotiate our history, nor our rights were only here today because we resisted otherwise would have been kicked out. until recently, people who live here, we're not allowed to win toward leave the settlement freely. they were stopped at the gate built by the company and force to hand over 50 per cent of their prod use that changed when they were put under state protection. most that are barley brothers, jo gillam, boiler. we stepped in because their lives were being threatened and are still at risk of the eco invest company. doesn't allow the electrical company to install electricity in the colombo. it evolved, philippe blames the lack of electricity for the death of his oldest daughter, olivia. she had leukemia and needed medicine which had to be stored in a refrigerator. but we couldn't have one because we had no light. earlier this year, the monga chiva, columbus scored an important victory. the brazilian state finally recognized its
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plans, which include landmarks of the settlements difficult past. these are the ruins of one of many plantations in rio de janeiro that thrived until brazil became the last american nation. to abolish slavery in 1888. your zonal dameon was takes her son to the places where their african ancestors were forced to work. slavery may have ended 133 years ago, and blacks in brazil now up number wise. but the struggle for equal rights, she tells him this far from over monica and not give al jazeera mom got at sheba whole people and pakistan are struggling financially as inflation. their rises and the economy. watson's, the price of goods has hit a $70.00 a high, and the local currency has slumps against the us dollar of some a bunch of aid reports in the bottle. the vendors have increased,
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but the number of buyers is decreasing. used clothes and shoes are sold at destroyed side market, which has been here for decades. but business is not what it used to be put on and whatnot. so your whole body of i have been selling youth shoes for a long time. it is only the caea when prices have showed up so high that there are no customers p. p of no purchasing power. i'm struggling to feed the children. the buckets and ruby is at its lowest against the dollar and commodity prices at their highest in 70 years. to keep the economy afloat, the government has borrowed from allies like saudi arabia, as well as loans from the international monetary fund, facing a double whammy of us charity and inflation. people are complaining about essentially being too expensive from food to fuel and utilities, including electricity light. i've had a lot of hope and prime minister ron cons, government and been totally disappointed. even people like cars who have never had to look football games in the street are struggling to for the basics. musical
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parties in the opposition have called their supporters to the streets in protest against inflation and say they will march to the capital if the economy continues to decline. focus on the rate of inflation has risen in the last few years and 9.7 percent in the last 3 years. the prices of basic food items rocketed. aquino, sugar now costs $0.90 instead of the d. 5 liter of milk cost $0.70 instead of $55.00. and the basic staple, the backups large is that $3.00 instead of 2. the government says the price of wheat and focused on is half of what it costs in neighboring india and bangladesh. and it blames a global increase in oil prices for the search and fuel and electricity charges. currently, our country is in a state of high for inflation. there are many reasons behind. it was one of the most important reasons. and the most visible reason that one can identify the incompetency of our government is not the case says the prime minister even on hand
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blames the previous governments for the current economic troubles. was pretty who your home like if i'm happy to announce the biggest welfare program in pakistan's history. yes, there is inflation in the country, but we should also look at what the government is doing to alleviate the situation . but near the prime minister of house buyers and sellers in his arm about used items, market say the incomes are no much for bucket funds, inflation. some of the job down to 0 is love about. well, still ahead here in sport, the n b a is a biggest star, le bron james is banned for the 1st time demo we'll have that story for you after break. ah, this is al jazeera, it's november the 15th day, one of the new era and television news. if you with no, that was the scale of budget would you have still going to go to miss all the land
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is about a 100 feet wide from us. we're on the front line, but it's on a vehicle that isn't on the very, really coming our way. i was just go to your god by the police on purpose with 4 zeroes offices in garza. our house in that building cover has come down little before in human history as the ones for steven barn to the ocoee. we didn't start to peddle lou
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lou, all come back. it's now time for sport and jemison drama and the bay. absolutely. the i'm the biggest star le bron james has been given the 1st suspension of his 19 year career the lake. his play was punished for hitting isaiah stewart in the face . during sunday's game against the detroit pistons. the bronze will fit around $184000.00 in salary, which is what he and her game stewart to needed his after the incident has been given a 2 game bag for his extremely action which led to these other things on court. that bass players will be able to play when the 2 teams me again on sunday in the migrant crisis at the poland batteries board as far from the unable to not being faced by refugees as winter clothes in across europe. many also trapped in bulls near where our former fee for referee is among thousands trying to reach the
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e you pool race has no one looking back on a life left behind. this is my id card from abraham russell was a for accredited football, referee, and i forgot to stand officiating and football told him. and now he's a refugee stuck in a makeshift camp in bosnia, near the border with croatia just i want to continue my job just so on to back to my normal life one country in europe. and i try to do fix my live again. keep up for the camera is as close as russell now gets to his former career. in reality, there's little space in his life for leisure. the 33 year old has spent 4 years getting this far. and he's now trying to get to crecia. he says on his last attempt or the police stole his money and told him those with him to go home. but police
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code was said go to have gone. it's done, go to, going to son. he had is not for animals. and he had is not for dirty pupils. this is your union, this is cor, was the country the and you, you must go back to have done this done is better for your and i can i can forget that that's what they use it to us. russell and his child had just 2 of thousands of refugees in the balkans trying to reach the european union. the hopes of returning to something like a normal life dented by the constant obstacles in their path. polaris aldi's era. the current of our situation in germany has already fight apart and by the next domestic campaign and left him short of play as again in the champions league on tuesday. by and have 5 players in corinth, induce being unvaccinated, and 2 more in isolation with k with 19 as they taken care of in ukraine. some of
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those were absent as the last 21 to our school. but the weekend there have been leaks from the club that on the vaccinated members of their squad could be docked, pay and have a home of ought to being in private subjects like who has corona virus and what player must pay or not pay. there's an old private things that should be kept inside the club home. we don't want to gossip about where play went out. there are still too many things that are being leaked out. the paradise lucia injured in a training crash of asian winter olympic tracks. as he thought he was going to die . mathias crushed into a gate which had accidentally been left close at the engine national, sliding center, which will host of the 2022 games in february. he needed surgeries, repair cracked left. kneecap stitches for a deep cut on his right leg. the loose federation is introduced extra safety measures to stop it happening again. so have it degrees, it was human error and says the venue is safe. the incident that will select them
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the really bad and i and i was thinking i have like some in the side, the major or i don't know like i was going into the hospital and i was thinking, i'm going to say my last world. you know, it was the human error, the china, the local to committee and organizing. yeah, we make an agreement of this will happen, but about the more details i cannot speak. yeah. yeah, direct discipline to drive fun was it's a super safe act fan b i n kevin to rance, go 27 points for the brooklyn mets, and they went over the cleveland cavaliers. he was back also missing again with the sprained shoulda. okay. the now suffering for straight zone mark. and finally the ambit, 9 for its big jumpers. but this has taken it to a whole new level. washington play at carlock who's made a pretty bold fashion statements ahead of the game against the charlotte hornets. i was com over they sleeves, that like he's got a pair of wings that the saudi hague,
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a very painful bags. gemma, well that's at this news out. don't go out and back and just ah mm hm. and the world's pollinators are in decline. in this episode of arthritis, we meet entomologists on opposite sides of the planet. protecting insects of all sizes, crucial to preserving food chains. i've come to the u. k. to see how old industrial sites are being turned into bug reserves in an attempt to reverse this warring trend. hiking and sec to get on on al jazeera,
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a with assassinations in broad daylight and increasing moderate towns and cities. living in fear, al jazeera world examines the rise and criminal gangs, and the palestinian israeli community. how are these violent crime syndicates
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operating and doggy is ready authorities doing enough to combat them? a palestinian israeli crime waived on al jazeera ah. ready the u. s. and 5 other nations released millions of barrels of oil from strategic reserves to car the rising energy prices. ah, hello there, i'm his darzy at hand. this is out there at life and also coming up. if you have his prime minister pledges to lead troops against to grind rebels who are advancing towards the capital, the un once the future of lebanon's children is at stake with millions going hungry or forced to draw passions. school.


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