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the media on al jazeera lou ah, here on the news, i hear it al jazeera and these are the top stories. soldiers, era has obtained its satellite images that show the united arab emirates as providing military support to the ethiopian army investigation, reveals the you a hide to private companies from europe to run military flights into ethiopia. australia is sending troops to the solomon islands to help restore order of the country faces the 2nd day of rising. the protest is want the prime minister to quit saying the government has neglected their islands. at least 27 refugees and migrants have drowned off the coast of france after their boat capsized, trying to reach the u. k. this is the worst disaster in recent years for migrants
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attempting that crossing will international calls for a diplomatic solution to and the violence in ethiopia are growing the u. s. and the you. and for example, calling for an immediate end to the fighting. it will assist with a partially columbia the peace process in columbia today inspires me to make an urgent call to the protagonists of the conflict in ethiopia for an unconditional and immediate cease fire to save the country and to allow for dialogue between ethiopians to resolve the crisis and allow for ethiopia to go back to contributing to stability in the region that i would like columbia to be an example to follow for the leaders of ethiopia. we but certainly be aware, the election commission says the son of former leader mcduffy is ineligible as a presidential candidate cipher, las lam gadhafi is $125.00 candidates bond from running in next month's election. the commission ruled him out because he has been convicted of war crimes, wallclear after though and 72. others remain in the race. and united nations
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special envoy for libya has quits just weeks before these elections. young cubis had been in the role for less than a year at diplomatic editor, james bass reports from you in headquarters. in new veteran you an official, yan cubis has headed the un peace efforts in libya since january this year, about the timing of his resignation. one month before the country's elections caused considerable surprise to diplomats we are not sure about the timing, but yet he, he's very sensitive because her, the, the, the, the electra processes are a few weeks for away from now. we think it is very important that his replacement will be come into place as as soon as possible, at least so that there will be no vacuum speaking to the security council by video link from tripoli. mr. cooper, she explained, he didn't want to be based full time in the libyan capital, but felt that's what the job now needed. but he made it clear he didn't want to desert his post. on the 17th of november 2021. i've done that my resignation
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in the nation, the letter to the secretary general. i also confirmed my readiness to continue as the special invoice for the transitional period. and that in my book being asked to cover the electoral period. but to this went on to say that the un secretary general antonio terrace, had decided his resignation, would be effective december the 10th that 2 weeks before the election, rebuffing his offer to stay on. why did the secretary general not accept that offer? what we're trying to do is we of course, do print. do intend to announce a successor. and we aim to ensure the continuity of leadership at a smooth 6 transition at this critical time in the security council meeting that was recognition from old delegations about the sensitivity of this time in libya. the election was described as key, vital, and crucial. despite that, remarkably, there is now a vacancy for the post that overseas the entire process to the international
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community. james base al jazeera at the united nations, very fortunate to have libya correspond. malik china with us here. and doug on the moment to, to talk through some of the so why don't we start with what we just heard about the, the you and envoy. it's just not a great time for this to be happening, isn't it? and there was, as we heard some controversy over when he should resign before after the elections and all that what, what do you know? what mean? it's a lot of pressure, right? so we have this election coming up in a month. others people on the ground that are saying that these elections should be boycotted a because there isn't a constitutional framework for these elections to happen. so there's no current constitution and libya, what kind of powers of the president even have? so people are saying that we should have it in libya, there should be a constitutional referendum in which the powers are outlined for president before you vote for your vote on a president. so you know, there's a lot of pressure, a lot of people in, especially in western libby, are saying this vote shouldn't happen the way it is. but at the same time,
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people and libya are excited, right? they want to be able to vote for, for those they want to rule them. so there's a bit of excitement, but at the same time, you know, people are worried that this could potentially lead libya back to a totality and room, which they wanted to get rid of. they fought for the moxie in 2011 and they want that to continue. so when they vote, they can still potentially vote for walt kelly for after but not cipher lewis. i'm the son of mama gadhafi who was convicted of war crimes. i mean, on the face of it, that kind of, it makes sense. and also what you've just said, people don't want to return to those old days. imagine voting for someone whose name is darcy. well, so the problem in libya is there's no accountability for past crimes, right? so, safest lamb was convicted and sentenced in a tripoli court to death. he was later than pardon by the parliament. so he will
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argue that i can, you know, after the pardon, i can vote. there's a 3 day period where he can appeal this decision by the election commission. but i don't think that's going to be successful. and to be honest, i don't think safest. i'm really intended to run this election. i think you want to just to reemerge and sort of let listening. no, yeah, let, let me know. i'm around, you know, you have, you had 10 years of instability and i can try to bring, bring back a stable live like, okay, not a good to talk to you and so much more to come with these elections and i thank you . now at least 6 people have been killed after a fire broke out in a mine in russia, siberia reach and emergency services rescued. more than 200 people. thousands of others are injured. a wreck, a rescue operation is under way for more than 40 people still and more on this with bernard smith in moscow wanting bernard qual, a rescue operation ongoing. although the rescues of being hampered by the risk of
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further explosion, we know 9 people have been killed and 46 remain trapped on the ground. now there were $285.00 underground at the time of the accident. so most of those have been brought to the surface and are alive. there isn't much more information on what's happening at the moment. this mind has hard previous accidents, there was one in 2004 where a me say an explosion killed 13 people. and unfortunately, these sort of accidents are not unusual in russia. it's mining sector is very, very about rec, toward when it comes to safety standards is monitoring of safety standards and the poor maintenance of this old sort of soviet era equipment. so these sort of accidents happen more frequently and frequently than, than they would elsewhere in the world. the rescue operation on going on. we'll
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keep an eye on how it develops throughout the day. thank you for that update bernard smith in moscow. human rights groups in georgia, say online abuse towards women is on the rise and they accuse the government of failing to act. it comes as an international treaty to protect women from violence faces its own backlash of forest walker has report. what does this one say? it's as put a bullet in her head. these ga lawyers defend the rights of women, children, and sexual minorities. and in return, they get threatened online almost every day. and i was on to the show and the guy was saying that, don't be surprised if one day you're going to find heard that somewhere and you won't be able to recognize her, some perpetrators don't even bother to hide their identities. so far, none have been prosecuted. officials admit the law may need to change on the one hand, his pinch is not acceptable. but on the other hand,
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we have freedom of speech and the to keep this balance between those 2 values is a very important and sometimes very challenging. georgia is one of $34.00 countries to have ratified the istanbul convention. the council of europe's treaty to protect women from violence. the council has now introduced new guidance to tackle the digital dimension of violence against women. if that will convention is based on far pillars or it is prevention, it's protection, it's prosecution and coordinated policies. so i, in all those 4 pillars, e could see how you can use the articles of the convention, not only for the offline balance, but also for the online balance. and also our technology facilitated violence against women. it's been 10 years since the establishment of the establish convention and work continues here in strasburg to tackle violence against women,
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both in the real world and in the digital domain. but the convention faces a very real challenge from those who see rights protections as anathema to so called traditional values. turkeys withdrew from the convention earlier this year, drew international and domestic condemnation, yet conservative governments in bulgaria, slovakia, poland, and hungary, and threatened to do the same in georgia law rights groups aligned with the orthodox church attack activists and the media on pride day, 54 people were injured, one journalist later died, yet the government said it would defend the interests of a moral majority rule. is that what? what when 95 percent of our population is against holding a demonstratively propagandistic march or parade? we should all obey it. human rights defenders feel increasingly vulnerable. this guy, he's asking for like machine gun to kill us all. it's very frustrating,
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but you need to find some power in you to continue working and what you do because you do, you know that you're doing right thing and you're just protecting someone else life . so yes. and when the advocates themselves no longer feel safe, neither to their clients. robin 1st year walker by al jazeera stress book. will it stay with this issue of violence towards women and girls? because today is the nice nations global day for eliminating such violence. the coven 19 pandemic has done the exacerbated the problem course and what the un calls a shadow pandemic. that's right. his concern about alarming rights across the african continent in particular, have a look at this view and says one in 3, e. c o p and women face physical or sexual violence at least once after turning 15, gender based abuse into nicea, made up 87 percent of calls to the ministry of women's affairs. over 4 months. the u. n. says the pandemic has contributed to the number of reports rising 9 volt.
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there are also high rates of violence in central african republic. reported injuries to women and children increased 69 percent from april to december last year. very pleased to welcome natalia county to the news from a boot just she's the executive director of the united nations population fun. thank you so much for your time. a shame we have to talk about such violence, but it is important that it is made aware when you talk about the pandemic making it worse. talk me through that. is that a case of people being on the lock down of violence happening more inside the home and not being reported? well, thanks so much. hello. and it is a shame that we have to discuss the prevalent crime against women. all my hopes, m collette has indeed exacerbated what was already there on the surface. so what we saw was that was a lockdown, quote unquote, environment the inhibition of movement. and frankly, the prohibition,
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the stigmatization of victims coming forward with covered may 19, we had millions more cases of violence in the home of unintended pregnancy. girls out of school objected to child marriage, female genital mutilation. so this is a public health crisis hidden within a pandemic crisis, and the violence crisis is like proportions, you would hope as time moved on, and as attitudes changed as generations change that this situation would approve. but the, the, the cursory look i've had back through statistics. i can't see a point where the situation has improved. if i miss something there was there, was there a time where things looked a little bit better. what is different today is that women are demanding action. this is an important because the person who has the human rights,
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who knows that she has her rights, is standing up for herself. and luckily there are many male allies who are doing the same thing. one thing i would also case to say is that we haven't scratched the surface again because it's hidden under the rug behind that. so we will be hearing much more and more vocal demand for action as the to sticks this aggregated data reveals, for example, that this is a prevalent problem, especially of a young woman under the age of 35. so we must speak up and speak out and that's exactly well actually led by civil society shows 60 days of activism. of course it needs to be $365.00 days a year to government. this is very broad, but do governments acknowledge there's a problem? because it's great that people and young people in particular are speaking up, but unless that's actually acknowledged, that there was an issue here and there was a government in place, and they will be mailed dominated governments,
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certainly male dominated leaders. and this technology is actually a problem then account account change. like i said, my hopes on young people, but the point you're making is important. come out, led by the secretary general of nations. i'm tanya cherished, over 140 countries signed up to his call for peace in the home, which he made this call for action parallel to a call for c c. c fire, you know, silence of the go. so well, nations, at least on paper, are giving more recognition. european union for example, with the i initiative spotlighting the issue of gender based violence. it has to stick in communities in schools, in work places. so on the 16 days we call on every one to step up and ensure that a woman and a girl can walk down that street with every confidence of safety and security. i
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just briefly, if you don't mind out, ah, there is this some good news out there. i know you've talked about, you know, pinning your hopes on young people and wanting to see positive change that have you got evidence or proof of some positive change. maybe it's in one particular country or one particular age group or region. well, absolutely, because as we track the sustainable development goals through 2030 a data and, and change the mindset. and also results is what we're looking for. what i was worrying about with, as, as in the sense of more gender based violence, more child marriage, more unintended pregnancy. but i think the good news is that at the level of a minister and of a district govern, i'm seeing that in nigeria right now. the calls for the justice departments or the police to engage our bearing fruit. we are seeing that the legislation now is being monitored by can women who are reporting so this. ready is
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a sign of popularizing that discussion. it's also a sign biting people in to look for solutions, not to cry problem to look for the solutions. one of the important solution will be school based programming that explicitly puts them to the curriculum. raggedy and respect of women and hear massively important natania kaname is the executive director of the united nation's population fund. a pleasure talking to you. thank you so much now after a decade of war in northern nigeria there is a sense of normalcy. starting to return. people in porno, state the epi center of the conflict are, again, attending launch gatherings. they say they're no longer worried about attacks by the on group book a rum managers reports now from the capital of bonus state my to agree border states colorful davos back after years of touches, a heritage due to beck,
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st. juries as book or am fi to slowly lose crowd music and dance of a once proud people has bounced back. ah, born or hess started coming back to life because her older to we cannot express during the last 10 years or so is no gradually coming back to life again. so therefore, i to let actually take us for quite some time before her maintaining her former glory as we were known. just a few years ago, marriages were either held away from the state or organized with minimal crowds for fear of attacks. not anymore. despite economic hardships such important occasions that our being celebrated with pop it or not a lot back out. but these telepresence couldn't hold
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a bit more. as a security import, families are jumping together, celebrating the nigerian military has stepped up its operations against book, or i'm in recent years. tens of thousands of displeased people and are able to go back to their homes. and with be slowly returning people here and now reviving the festivities and ceremonies of the past. the you can always me in is sad moment o santa stain. like as you can see, people are engender. so after services you go to walk, you go to the local government and walk. busy when you come by, you need some to like add something though. make you happy. you go out dead being dance ah, catch fawn and g st. your face. yeah. bonus. it has lost many of its musicians and cultural artifacts to the 12 year old book. while i'm conflict,
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but government and traditional leaders are pushing for a cultural revival, something elders say, could take a decade or more to restore. for now, people here are savoring the social and cultural rebirth of their region. and they look forward to the weekends, especially to unwind and enjoy themselves. commented res al jazeera, my degree law is nigeria. i still had your sports news. all the latest action from the champions league matches in europe with santa in just a moment. ah .
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cover let me get spoke with her. thank you very much. mariama good. have qualified for the knockout rounds of the champions league, beating a shadow tara ball camino to continue their outstanding run in the group stages of the competition. that alibi opened the scoring up for the 13th time european champions with this brilliant tree kick on a cruise, a double that their advantage asked as a break and then carry met benzo marcell the win for carla i until ortiz side, just hours after the front international was found guilty and attempted blackmail case. the dixie sent the spanish giant's back to the top of goofy 2 points. clear of 2nd faith in seminar or not. i have spoken with him. he is fine. people have been talking about this story for a long time, and i think he is fully focused on his job. he did very well. i saw him relaxed
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before the match, and he did very well during the match and from an average the last exam thing. so one of the competitions, all campaigners in jekyll scored his 1st champions league or more than 12 years ago . and on wednesday, the 35 year old bosnian that got 2 more, i guess, shocked out on it to and out finished italian champions at the st. ferrell, i just the city came from behind to be a pie. sal man, reese la 16 as a group, a winner's city dominated the 1st half. but in the 2nd, in our messy found killian batty space in the box, the frenchman that made no mistake in getting past this enough for one nail and a chance of revenge for la c as a semi final defeat. but or him sterling popped up with this 3rd a goal, 3 games at to level for the home side named gabby. and she is set to punish the
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parents defense to on the city. yes, she also advanced to the knockout stages. in general, we make it a really topper for months. happy to be in the next stage. of course. congratulation through the team, everyone in the club for many years in a row being there in the last 16 and now focus in the premier league and in february would try to arrive in the best conditions possible to yeah, to want to go to final $600.00 winners, liverpool already assured, is pop fault and their group are. they still filled with a strong team. that included, hama fell off of the game against jaguar, alcantara put liverpool ahead in this one. and saw added a 2nd to now the final score at anfield. or despite not having a permanent manager in place, majesty neither qualified for the last 16 on tuesday. let's the city boss brandon waters insist he's not in the running to replace ali. goodness, culture is always gossip and speculation and suppose that will always be there
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until manchester united point a full time manager. but, but for me, i've always said my commitment to here, you know, my commitments for this good players, this team will create an environmental culture here, which is about that continuous development of the team and the players and, and that's where i see it and even more so when this period where our results are, are low, but in consistent argentinians are preparing to mark the one year anniversary of the death of football legend diego matter. i don't know why they got it as one of the greatest pairs of old time mardell and captain george and tina to the 1986 will come when i don't die that he's home on november 25th 2020 after suffering cardiac arrest. he was 60 years old. the bron jameson let the only ever suspension of his and be a career get the better of him. e l l a because saw came back a wednesday to lead his side. but when over the indiana pacers since finished with
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the season high, 39 point says lakers riley is 424 to 116 over time when insert a one game suspension for striking. another player, a movie said, was an accident what might i think it warmed? i thought warner jackson and because of them, what happened after that? you know, having me probably still in the game and, and what could possibly happen after that obviously. but the suspension wanted me to call and have her supervisor. i rogers is back in the news again for all the wrong way. this is sam, the green bay packers, sorry to not report. he has a cold with toe, 6070 old who lied to report is lost. all this about being vaccinated has just
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returned to action after recovering from corona virus, or just has been struggling with the tow injury. he says he picked up in quarantine and costs rumors. he had any skin issues from the virus just so i could show you the lesions on my study around. so if i have enough room on this camera, let me see if i can. oh, others no lesions whatsoever to you. i can't believe i have to. again, come on here and talk my medical information, but yeah, i have a fracture, so i've never heard of it. so before. ready i have no lesions on my feet, and this is a classic case of this information. that's a spot for me. you're going to comment on that. i just, i don't want to see his face. that's all i'm going to say that. thank you santa. it's not her and i back for the next news that is at 1300 hours gmc 2 hours from now. right after the break down the se, hey, we told the latest headlines. ah,
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prepares, the regions biggest ever sporting events that be for our cup on algebra. ah, al jazeera obtains a satellite imagery revealing the u. e is supplying weapons. the ethiopian government, as it fights to grind rentals. ah, hello there, i'm this dante, this is al jazeera life, also coming up violence and the solomon islands ag amounts against the government's growing allegiance to china. covered 19 deaths and germany supposed 800000 has european countries rush to contain a resurgence of the corona virus and women's rights activists and georgia accused the government of failing to acts against rising online abuse.


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