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l trafficking across india, one to one east meets those fighting to save honorable children on al jazeera. ah, this is al jazeera. ah, hello, i'm barbara sarah. this is the al jazeera news, our live from london. thank you for joining us. coming up in the next 60 minutes, demonstrators pay tribute to the dozens killed in sedans protests while the deputy head of the sovereign council tells al jazeera, the prime minister was agreeable to the military takeover. the exclusive satellite pictures that show the u. e is providing military support to the ethiopian army
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political arguments over people's lives. the u. k. and french governments blame each other for across channel tragedy. peacekeeping troops are sent to the solomon islands, a switch and diplomatic allegiances that leads to 2 days of riots in sport. moss: i have been knocked out of iraq police turkish team down at sauce. roy leasing them all to advance in the knockout room. ah, the deputy head of sedans ruling several sovereign counselors told al jazeera that the military take over a month ago, followed long discussions between the political parties which failed to produce results. general mohammed hm, than the gallow say there was an option known to the prime minister who was detained during the political turmoil. he also denied that his forces were involved
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in arresting senior officials or detaining activists and protests from so hitting over here. what's happened on october 25th was the ultimate outcome of a long process. since that change started in sudan during such process. many discussions were made. and many initiatives were proposed by various parties, the prime minister himself proposed to initiative. and during our meetings and the transitional partners, counsel all the sovereignty council, with the cabinet of ministers, we made maximum effort. but we couldn't reach a breakthrough. at that point, we were left with 3 options in the best of which was the move we had taken. it was completely agreeable to the prime minister himself of the work. we did not make such a move on our own with another. it was it who will come and be the prime minister was in agreement with us as to the decision we had adopted. however, for him with the move should be endorsed by the freedom unchanged coalitions. as
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they said, we were left with 3 scenario freedom and chase coalition, endorsing the dissolution of the government, which was next to impossible. the 2nd was the move we had taken, and the 3rd was the collapse of our country. we adopted the best option available, as we made that decision from our perspective. and at the same time prevented the collab. and you can watch the full interview with general the gallo and talk to al jazeera 0730 g m t on friday. all the comments followed the use of tear gas by sudanese security forces to disperse crowds of protesters. mm. they were demonstrating across several cities, the owner of the $41.00 people killed over the past month during rallies against the military takeover security forces deny using live fire during the increasingly
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violent crack down prime minister of dela hm. doc has ordered an investigation into the violence, he was reinstated as leader after signing a deal with the military on sunday. he but morgan is following events from the sudanese capital cartoon. most of the protest around the capital stays hot, tomb and various parts of the country have been dispersed. husing live ammunition and tear gas to dispose the protesters. this is, of course, despite the prime minister of the lam doke, stating that he has instructed the security force as though not to use force against the demonstrators and said that he has guaranteed in his agreement with the military, which was time in november 21 on the 21st of november that the freedom of expression and the rights of peaceful protests will be protected. now people have been also taken to the streets against that deal that are saw prime minister hamburg reinstated. once again, many of them say that he was once the symbol of civilian rule, but then once he signed that agreement with the military, he has turned into
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a betrayer for many processes on the streets. they say that the fact that he had actually agreed to sign a deal with the army and to compromise. one of the things that they were against shows that he's now against the revolution. and they will continue to protest, not just against the military, but against prime minister him dorcas. well, well, as we mentioned, dozens of protest her as have been killed since the military takeover al jazeera, as a result of that, a met one family, grieving the loss of their daughter. the fight for democracy has come with the high course who wants to run his family. then a packer, a mother lost her youngest daughter, sit on the food on november 17 in protest against a minute to take over a month before becker says her 24 year old daughter was a nurse who dreamed of saving lives. but her life was suddenly taken away from them last week. a little, quite low iowa. when i learned she died, i couldn't see or feel anything. i started screaming and my heart was about to stop
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. i couldn't handle that. she was like a mother to me, even though i and her mother. what else can i say? this video taken by fellow protested on the day. look him as the final mom of sit and afford life. her friends who were protesting with her, carried her body back home. her father was at work when he got the call about his daughter mooney, the little red battery. i'm trying to deal with the loss of my beloved one. i got back home. the door was locked and i saw her dead body being carried by her friends . i cried, and her friends cried. she was taken from little hundreds of thousands in sudan had been protesting against a military which is deposited on october 25th dissolving the companies 2 years transitional government and arresting senior political figures. more than 40 people have been killed and some 200 others injured. should dance police have denied using
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light ammunition on protesters despite several videos showing man in uniform fighting on civilians. the military takeover has thraso down into a political crisis. prime minister up to la humble who was under house arrest, has been reinstated, as part of an agreement with the military to try and bring the company back to it's part of transition of the decades of military rule. but many protesters have opposed the deal saying they want the military out of power and held accountable for the lives lost. i defer syrup and other protest her who was injured in one of the demonstrations. despite those injuries, he told us that security forces detain him for 2 days, which he described as the toughest of his life. the man, the security forces attacked us. i fell down, i was shot and then arrested. i've been beaten and hurt. they took me in the truck, so then every single soldier there hit my head. my hands and legs were handcuffed.
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prime minister, hum duke has police to set up a committee to looking to the data of protesters for xena beckers, family and investigation will not bring her daughter back, but see them. the full sister says that she find some comfort. in the reason her sister participated in the protest as it then went to my mother now mother, when she was about to die, she told her friend, i'm dying for my country. a course that many others how paid and more co pay as the transition to democracy in sudan remains fragile families grieving, loved won't say on the complete democratic rule can't deliver them the justice they demand wrestle said that i'll just era. horton al jazeera has obtained the satellite images that show the united arab emirates as providing military support to the ethiopian army. the army is in the midst of a year long battle with to grey and rebels, which is left tens of thousands of people dead and forced hundreds of 1000 into
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famine. flight charts reveal 90 trips have been made between the u. a n d c o p in the past 2 months alone, the u. e is hired, a 2 european companies to run military support flights to ethiopia, including ukrainian fly sky and spanish europe air. let's take a closer look. this is the largest air base in ethiopia, the harass may, the bases just south of the capital are the saba, it plays a major role in the country's military offensives. the satellite images reveal and extensive operation involving war plains and military cargo aircraft. this is a chinese made wing loom grown, the 1st ever documented in an ethiopian military base. and this is illusion. here the plains are seen, offloading their military cargo flight charts and satellite images show that these planes have recently arrived from sway, hun base in abu dhabi in the united arab emirates. now between september and
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november, there were 90 flights between the u. e and the ceo. pier many intentionally concealing from where they took off and where they landed. the military cargo planes were operated by spanish and ukrainian private airline companies. the spanish europe air organized 54 flights between the u. e. n. d. theo pierre, between october 6th and november, 4th of this year, the ukrainian fly sky airlines made 39 trips between the u. a n. d c o. p, a, between september 6th and november 8th. the u. e had used the same ukrainian company to supply arms to libya's warlord halle for halftime in the past. the cargo air lifts are still ongoing. will if you, if you try minister abbey, i'm, it is reportedly on the conflicts front lines a day after saying he would lead his troops into battle independent journalists, samuel, get the show has more now from either supper,
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according to the job and spokesperson at the prime minister still in the battle ground, he's giving a leadership. he has said, there are many people that are joining him and his footsteps and signing up in the hundreds they have said in the thousands, perhaps there are also famous ethiopians doctors and supports some are olympian lake, kylie, the rest of nazi is saying he's willing to supply support, financial worth, and if need be skewed, even be going to the bottle, gone to join the prime minister. he has said this is not a call of the prime minister in his interview. she has said, this is a call that's coming from ethiopia. so the prime minister has been saying, this is a fight for the foundation of the country, and that's why he's heading. but again, in a town that's bought 126 meters away from the sub about deborah bron citizens have been told to produce ideas have ideas and they've told id peace to stay in their
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own neighborhoods and no go anywhere. and also the movements of people have been restricted, showing you that this conflict is really going to the home search. still to come on the news, our global protests against violence against women. as you and figures reveal that one in 3 women has experienced sexual or physical harm. germany's coven 19 death toll passes 100000 while the u. k. warns of the most challenging variant yet. in sports, there's a new manager, manchester united. as long as he can get a work permit. ah, the u. k. and france are trading blame over who's responsible for the deaths of at least $27.00 people. they drowned when they're both sank in the english channel. it's the worst such disaster they are since the un started keeping records 7 years ago. french police have made several arrests in connection with the fatal crossing,
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and resume ins reports now from the french port city of cali, close to where the migrants set off. rescue boats are on patrol less than 24 hours after the tragedy there. surveillance from above please. so using beach buggies and what passes for normality and cali migrants and refugees being escorted to buses, bound for some sort of shelter. no, for our police. and mobilized day and night, not only yesterday or the day before, but they have been from the very start. they are on our external borders. never has france had, is many police officers and it timed soldiers involved in a fight against illegal immigration. this is about addressing long tamper factors smashing the criminal dance at chief human beings as cargo and tapping supply chains all along this part of the french coastline. more than 50 kilometers of it. there are spots where in secrecy, people, smugglers arrange the sudden boating of small inflatable boats. it's happened
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before and it's still happening. these images were filmed on the same days, the migrants died. people intent on getting to the u. k. no matter what the risk. it's hard to imagine the level of desperation for these people in braving the seas to cross the english channel, but they're doing so in their thousands of numbers. a growing this year alone. 25000 have made the crossing. that's triple the number of 2021. for many of the people arriving in cali, this is where they are given help. carrots as a charity tries. it's best to persuade people not to make channel crossings warning of the hazards. most of the time they fail. they don't just blame the people smugglers, they blame governments on both sides of the channel. even though after what happened yesterday, people will try again. so it's really tang to change the politics here. it's really, it's really time to change the situation. and to i mean to open safe and the guy
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routes to let people and to cover basic needs when people are ear and let them settle incense as well. the british and french governments often blame each other for the problem, getting worse. what's the rhetoric dies down though? there is some hope that wednesdays deaths could bring a new level of cooperation. what was intended to be a new beginning? was a tragic end for the men women and children who died in the english channel. how many more may have to die before there's an increase of humanitarian moves to help these people, instead of politically motivated actions on both sides of the english channel. andrew simmons al jazeera kelly. earlier i spoke to lander ceo and he's a professor of migration studies at the university of birmingham here in the u. k. i started by asking him what's causing the sharp increase and dangerous spell journeys across the english channel. once it became more difficult to travel to do
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k through other means, for example, by, by flight. but train on back of laura's, for example, because as a result of the pandemic, this new road start to emerge at the beginning. it was just a few people that tried it, but once it became clear that was a viable route from the perspective of those who wanted to reach you know, the kingdom now we see gradually that is becoming more stretched with a bigger place been involved in terms of smuggling, smuggling sorts of business have been involved. the nature of the boat involved change. you have a logical to be news exit. so we see now is that is not the case. the number of, of our selma application is increased massively, you know, to kill them. we have actually a shift towards a different route because neither root is available. and the problem with this shift is that this route is dangerous. because you can really see that in the nationalities of people arriving at to the u. k. claiming asylum,
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you look at the countries, it's serious. afghanistan, it's iraq. it's sedan, it's people coming from places where it's pretty obvious that they probably would have very valid claims that for asylum. i mean, do you see anything in, in the current discourse or on immigration either in the u. k or an e level that signals that that would change, that people that do have valid reasons to apply for asylum would have other options as opposed to just getting in a boat, whether it's across the mediterranean or the channel in risking their lives. the sun we got are certainly not posted in terms of the defense and the protection of the right to claim a psalms, international protection. this is particularly true in the context of united kingdom, where there is a very strong push towards making less than legs assessable at the us own procedure . what it, this is also happening, going with the, at the same time, with the creation of resettlement scheme for people that have already even recognizes it as a just so the government will tell that sir,
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was said that they are providing said fruit, the true faith that the place is available in their settles, their settlement scheme are just the tip of an iceberg. they really for a sample in the 1st 9 month or 2021. they just provided the settlement for just over 1000 people when the were about 30 over 35000 application for a sound for us. and what kind of corporation do you think the u. k. n fence could have that that would make sure that something like what happened on wednesday doesn't happen again. there's talk of joint patrols. do you think that would help in the past? when do you know the kid was part of the of the european union. the principal of birth and sharing of solidarity among the members state also meant that they were mechanism in place that would enable or counter to transfer asylum seekers to another according to the specific principal. since the enable additional breaks it
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. so with the generally of the 2020, what is happening is that the case no longer part, the 1st sample of the doubling regulation. the one that established that the country that is responsible for in a selma application is the 1st country in european union where the person has arrived. so this means that makes much more difficult for a sample once or a person of origin or the king of to be moved elsewhere. and this is one of the tension that we see in norman to european europe doesn't accept people back. there's a lot of political talk about smashing the people smuggling rings, but is it possible to do that? while the demand for people to try to leave their country and reach europe in the u . k, remains high. it will, will look for other options. so the smugglers are really offering a service to where no other traveling groups are available. if a person could travel from afghanistan all from syria, with an agent fly, that was sort of do it because it's safer because it's cheaper because it's faster
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. but those options are not available, so it's likely that the, the business for the smuggling industry is going to be still there. unless legals are decal. well, the italian coast guard has rescued about 300 people from the mediterranean sea rescue crews say the boat was in distress because of rough sea conditions and over crowding the vessels about 20 kilometers from the island of lun producer, which is a frequent arrival point for migrants trying to reach europe, the rescue operation involved 3 ships and an aeroplane. italy is also seen a sharp increase of people arriving by boat in recent weeks. germany is outgoing, chancellor angle americo says her nation stands in full solidarity with poland over the border crisis. and bela bruce merkel made the comments that are missing with the polish prime minister matthew schmidt. jeff ski in berlin. she accused bella luce, of weapon izing, migrants and asylum seekers and said the european union must have a united response. the u. k is hell security agencies
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as a newly identified corona virus variant that is spreading in southern africa is the most concerning it has seen. and is likely to evade the immune response generated by both infection. and the vaccination is putting 6 african countries onto its travel read list from friday. meaning foreign arrivals are temporarily band, and u. k. citizens will have to quarantine or scientists in south africa have requested an urgent world health organization meeting after detecting the variant. south africa's public health institute says the strain which was discovered in botswana has an unusually large number of mutations. cases have also been detected in hong kong. the number of coven 19 deaths in germany has passed 800000 with another 351 fatalities recorded in the latest 24 hour period. that's this fight tougher restrictions coming in last week. some hospitals are calling for help from other
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e. you states, dominic cane has more from berlin. what you have to understand when you contemplate the reality of cove it here in germany, is that for a long time, the situation here seemed to be stable during 1st, 2nd, waves of covert. but in the course of this autumn season, the numbers of new infections, the number of deaths and the numbers of people refusing to have the vaccine. well, they have caused a real log jam as it were, a real problem here. so it has seemed, in the course of the past week, certainly maybe even longer than that 2 weeks, the not a day has gone by without one somber statistic or another happening. we've hats. the day when more than 5000000 infections had happened. now we're at 5 and a half 1000000 with had a day of record numbers of new infections at 65000. well, today it's 75000. and then perhaps lose statistic that stands out the most 100000
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deaths and counting being announced today. the reason for this is because many of the unvaccinated people in this country are catching the delta variance, which we know is much more infectious than previous ferrets. and indeed more dangerous once it gets inside people's systems. and so those people are all turning up at the hospital at pretty much the same time and the hospitals can't cope. that's why they're asking neighboring countries to take in some of their patients. because otherwise they say they're in real problems. and some of them already having to go into tree arch mode where they prioritize patients for treatment over others because of cove. it the check government has declared a state of emergency after a surgeon cove at 19 cases that includes president me lush zeeman who tested positive after being released from hospital for unrelated treatment. the 77 year old is now back in hospital with all his duties suspended. the czech republic is
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one of the world's highest infection rates per capita. the new measures include restaurants, bars and clubs, forced to close at 10 pm. more protests are taking place against cove at 19 restrictions on the caribbean island of guadalupe. the island is a french overseas territory and there is anger at rules being brought in from thousands of kilometers away in paris. protests of also spread to the neighboring french island of martinique, where an overnight curfew has just been imposed. natasha butler has worn off what a loop. this is one of the main hospitals in the city to be in lou plan. if there is a protest or some dozens of health workers, they all angry that the french government has imposed mandatory vaccination on all medical workers. now, i must point out that the rules are the same for metropolitan from here and what move and help work and say was spoken to the effect that they don't want to be
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forced as getting the vaccine because some of them don't trust the pharmaceutical companies that don't feel comfortable with the vaccine. others feel as if this is something simply been imposed on that level less area just as real thin. not trusting the french government and trusting the advice of the french government and what is becoming more and more apparent here is that this protest has really moved into something much larger than just about cosy restrictions. this is about many people in courtly feeling as if the french governments constantly telling them all to do, even though they are some 7000 kilometers. weigh in, piracy don't always listen to the concerns of people in what many people is saying that they feel power is constantly treat from the 2nd class citizens. there are problems with high unemployment here. there are problems with poverty, a 3rd of households, and what we don't even have a proper clean drinking water. they say digital problem could have been here for many, many years. the french government doesn't listen the famous way these protests over
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coven restrictions are an opportunity to avoid that grievances over a number of issues. protest or is across the globe, or calling for an end to violence against women. already high rates of domestic and other violence. piqued during corona virus lock downs and restrictions and thursday marks the you ends international day for the elimination of violence against women . that the u. s. figures show an estimated 736000000 women or one in 3 have experienced that physical or sexual violence, or both. most violence is perpetrated by current or former husbands are partners with 26 percent of women over the age of 15, experiencing some form of partner violence. course the help lines increased 5 fold in some countries during the pandemic with social isolation and financial instability, increasing the likelihood of violence at home. a 137 women are killed by their
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partners or family members every day. and much of that violence actually goes unnoticed with fewer than 40 percent of women seeking help of any kind. well, i mean a, her c as ox fams head of gender rights and justice advocacy. she joins us from london by skype. madam, thank you so much for joining us here on al jazeera before we look at sort of the issue of violence against women more widely. i know that oxfam has just released the research that you did a report about what actually happened during the pandemic. and you looked at specific countries. so briefly just tell us what was the result of your report. thank you for having me. so the report really looked at why, you know, we have such such numbers of gender based violence and how it's been an ignored pandemic for such a long time. we looked at 10 countries as you mentioned and, and the increase and said to colds and to domestic help, lines increase between 25 percent to 111 percent. we say it's
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a perfect storm because you know, the life saving services became much harder to reach for many women and girls. and because many people assume the services were closed and the state away due to m fear of infection, but a lot of them also one able to reach out because the abuses were at home all day monitoring their phones and intended to use m g, b, b has led injury and to injuries, emotional distress and increasing poverty and suffering all which are utterly inexcusable and avoidable. as we've heard, obviously the pandemic made things worse everywhere. but the situation is, 1st of all, is felt across the world, but in different ways. sometimes that obviously certain countries, certain parts of the world, for example, places where there is violence or war. the situation is always worse for, for women and, and also for children. so what would you say overall around the world should be the priorities to, if not eradicate,
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at least to try to lessen violence against women. i think the main priorities for me would be to really ensure that gender justice is at the heart of everything and making sure that the equality and equity between men, women and girls is across the board. and that look, defend for many countries, including access to education, health care, economic empowerment, and financial independence for their name, but also reduce division of power and ensuring that women and leadership positions as well. the 2nd thing would be about ending on social norms that result in humphrey practices like for marriages at g, m, the, and the sides and on, on the killings that we're seeing and a lot more of. and this all requires, you know, more than policies to be in line with international human rights standards and interest, women's rights and women issues directly. and depending on the different contexts,
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i think if we have political will and in gender based violence is possible. we mean, you mentioned, for example, economic violence as well in a lot of places around the world, women or even girls sometimes will marry young. we'll start having children that will have an impact on their education, which of course, in turn will have an impact on any kind of economic freedom or independence that they might have. i mean, do you see any changes in that around the world? do you see countries perhaps moving that direction where even delaying goals, marriage by a couple of years would make a change to her education and future prospects? absolutely, and i think governments are trying to and realizing the, the need for ensuring jen to justice and making sure that women and goals are prioritized. and we've seen governments putting f with in, in dealing with g, b, b. and that means looking at the systemic issues from a young age to and to, to.


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