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amounts of plowed up across so much of turkey. sydney cosette, western side of turkey, and increasing winds as we go on through the next day or so. so the 30 celsius, they're in bay route $27.00 for damascus. jerusalem at around $26.00 degrees, but that cain wind blowing in across the levant, as going to bring something of a change as we go on through the middle part of the week. so struggling to get into the mid to high teens at that stage, and there will be some wet weather at cloud and rain, making its way across turkey. at that station to the east side of the country. much of the middle east will be fine, a dry. there's a chance of one or 2 showers just around that eastern side on parts of a man. eastern areas of the u. a ye kasey some showers to just across the far north of africa. some larvae down, pause there to northern areas of algeria once again, wet and windy weather sweeping through here and that wet weather, also affecting northern areas of shanicea, plenty of showers into the heart of africa across the tropic, sinking further southwards angola. still seeing some rather heavy re eastern parts of south africa also still seeing some heavy rain. it will,
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grassy ease as we go through wednesday by that state it does turn rather wet for a good part of madagascar. ah, with in the country, with an abundance of resource for the road and walk indonesia whose firms forming
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we move full to grow and fraud with balance for rena 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 to be part when the this is growth and programs in indonesia. now move ah, hello, you're watching out here. i'm emily anglin, a reminder of our top stories. the salam, the un secretary general, is deeply concerned by the isolation of southern african countries caused by the way, some coven, 19 travel restrictions, and 20 a good terrorist says the region cannot be blamed for its lack of vaccines. iran says it's determined to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal is told to resume in vienna.
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the u. s. is negotiating with iran indirectly around one sanctions to be lifted in return for limits on its nuclear program. and the trial is under way for british socialized fil a mess. well, in new york, she's accused of enabling the crimes of light sex offender jeffrey epstein, who took his own life 2 years ago while awaiting trial. returning to our top story now, and news of the ami kron very in his trigger, a global tightening of travel restrictions. let's take a look at those is round japan. i'm a rocker of all shot. they borders to foreign visitors for at least 2 weeks. several countries including the u. k and india, have re imposed strict entry rules like self installation and pays the artists even fully vaccinated travelers. the restrictions have seen a lunches tumble. the international transport association has called for data driven alternatives, rather than borders shut downs. and the un tourism buddy says cove and obtain
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related travel restrictions in 2021. of course the industry 2 trillion dollars world wide. john strickland is an independent transport consultant and director of j. l. s. consulting. he joins us live from london. thanks for joining us. and john, i mean it's no surprise, the travel industry has absolutely been decimated by the pandemic. it can't cope with these latest travel bands. do you think or we just were answering a period of power. good news. we've seen some significant development in trafficking europe in recent about a trans atlantic market, which is very important. dental, a number of us new pain carriers that opened up to that city child is just your last few weeks. we're approaching the important christmas season for travel as well, and the market ready that is that cause your challenges the south african market is one wish in the u. k. i just come off of just a few weeks ago and it's a very important market for airline side,
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finish airways and virgin. but equally go carriers such as a catch of air way is never us, would fly many past years from the european points via their hugs. in the goal, so as i'm looking forward to getting some going to fly activity, getting some revenue and somebody couldn't see into their bank accounts after a long period, 18 months. depletion of us being thrown into disarray. as we've seen these restrictions coming in more and more to price, it certainly has how was the industry kind of thing with all of that and disjointed tax testing vaccine infrastructure i, you know, i recently traveled and there was one system in kata and another in, i'm on how, how was, how's the industry navigating? all of this was a real challenge to doing factory back in the industry itself is work hard and last 18 months to put in place a lot of technology, number of apps. and later, when our customers can use to upload all that testing information or vaccine information, passenger located forms. and so we have to be filled in and also tried to keep the
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praised of what is going on. even with that tenant technology is very challenging because of course, we not see any kind of linked approach amongst governments. administer gay. but the beginning of the topic is indicative of how the governments are doing different things as there's no real rhyme or reason or consistency. and what airlines are asking for is that government should adopt a more lined up appraise, to what they do, and they should make decisions based on data as well. not on speculation. so they also want to see that we get assigned to the big work about this new variant, expedited and published as quickly as possible. so we can see if in fact we can ease back on some renew restrictions and come back in. and there's also that presumption that you can use your smart phone and use all the technology with the computer and the like just in relation to christmas in the holiday season. as you mentioned in your 1st. and that really was an opportunity to recover for the industry. is that still the case?
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is there any sort of glimmer of hope going forward? i think it's going to depend very much what happens in the next few days. in the case of the u. k. government, they said they would review that, that new rules about requiring isolation before taking p c o u k. a rival is that will not be reviewed for another 3 weeks because that's getting very, very close to christmas. and given us some of these markets, such as south africa to europe or indeed australia has been closed for and often on time. we're seeing demand coming through probably early than usual because there are certainly few pro desperate to go see friends and family separate from any with dr. young all of the age. and that means brandy's lives on very, very soul. so we can sort the published anywhere else to, to move people to even if they do wish to change their plans unless you're talking a long way out to the future. the christmas lights were managed to be booked up of his points. there's lots of anxious travelers heading into the christmas holiday season. thank you for your and let analysis john strickland. they are an
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independent transport consultant and director of jail. with consulting moving on and a cease fire monitors or c simons. his rather saying there has been a significant increase in fighting between a russian back separatists and the ukrainian military since russia's troop filled up. the border. moscow denies it has any plan to invade ukraine, calling the allegations hysterical and malicious child stratford reports near the village of volta yama on the front line with the ukrainian military pouring rain picture black. this is a front line trench eastern ukraine. we follow ukrainian army soldier leaves us along the path with mud, filming using night vision or trenches like these that snake hundreds of kilometers across a conflict zone,
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in which more than 14000 people been killed. you sound that machine gun bar echoes through the blackness. so in the last 10 minutes, sounds like a lot more smooth homes are coming from the direction of done yet. okay, pulled. the commander is taking us up to a ford homes. they shouldn't post that is a lot closer to separatist positions. we reached the observation post with 3 soldiers stand in the cold. they are nervous until us to keep our voices down because of the enemy is close. in there for sale, cumberland music newsletter. it's sporadic shooting from both sides because we can't see anything even using the night vision. little of the room use a little bit when we say shooting. we mean, shooting is no man's land at no particular target, but it's important to prevent reconnaissance. teams taken advantage of the fog and rain visibility 0 camp medical. i recommend you leave this place now. the can seen
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a small, well stalked, 23 year old roemer joined the ukrainian army 6 months ago, was trained by the u. kay's royal lancers as part of nato's mission to defend ukraine against what it says is russian aggression, numbness, group chemistry, meets. we have a lot of things to improve on. the trainers had great combat experience, so we learned a lot from them. i joined the army because of the injustice on watson and our people are forgetting. there's a war going on in our country. the designer we are led down into one of the dog else sleeping quarters, warm and quiet soldiers, gravel sleep they can before their shift starts again. this soldier who doesn't want to identify himself, he says he had friends who joined the russian back separatists fighting the government. here we're going to do is, i don't think about it. i don't feel anything. i'm a soldier and i have
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a task to do. regardless whether it's someone i know he's now the enemy, all relations are lost. reconciliation will take generations. these people have crossed red lines. so what kind of friendly relationship could there now be? early morning the light reveals trees in the foggy gloom. the rain has stopped. soldiers discuss the night's events and plan, looking out across the conflict broken landscape for an enemy with no doubt equal convictions. you say they also have a right to fight charles rap with al jazeera war. dinner east in ukraine. opposition support is unhappy with the initial results of sundays parliamentary voting kirsten have rallied at the election commission in bish kick their religion irregularities and want a new poem. same as robin has moved from the capital. curtis stands parliamentary election report card international observer, say the country has potential,
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but needs improvement. main assessment is that yesterday's parliamentary elections were competitive. fundamental freedoms were generally respected during the campaign and the thought to displace the political will to ensure the clean elections. however, the strict enforcement of subsequent measures their 2 candidates campaigning with caution. most polling stations were well organized in the day was peaceful, but voter engagement was low. the next parliament will be less diverse and have fewer women. the significant vote counting problems, opposition, party, se, or signs of government fraud. the country security council, secretary blame crashes on technical glitches possibly hackers if the government cannot secure server said one opposition leader. how can it hope to secure the country? do you intend on carrying out more rallies? will you bring more protesters to the street or will you debate these results within the halls of government?
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the form of fraud, if we don't have other forms of protesting, of course, he will appeal to our courts. but we have no trust in them. that's why we and our citizens only have the option to conduct a rally. it is our constitutional right. we don't have any intentions to act radically because we are still demanding things that are written in the law. wouldn't let the probably far from conceding, those who last are planting the seeds of distrust and both automated and manual vote counting. the rally here today was peaceful, small and short, but it's only the 1st day after elections. and if these rallies continue, if they get bigger, if they spread, that could become a problem that could take her guessed on down a familiar path. political dialogue in this country can unravel quickly and spill out into the streets. but heated debate of vocal opposition protesters raising flags instead of fists. all still so far hallmarks of democracy zane, basra, b o. z rubbish. came to the co founder jack josi has stepped down as c o of the
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company. dorothy has faced the internal pressure to resign and survived an investor to asked him last year. he will be replaced by the chief technology officer in a statement on twitter or who said it was finally time to leave. kristen salome has been covering this story and joins us live from new york. hello kristen. it's been a rocky few years for twitter wines. dorsey stepping down now? well, he said in his statement that it was time for the company to move on. jack dorsey has been at the helm in some form or another from 2006 when the company started. he stepped down for a while he was put back on it. he's been under pressure though since last year to go after some major shareholders raised questions about whether or not he should still be the ceo of twitter, while at the same time serving as those ceo of another digital payment company
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square. so the pressure was mounting on him. dorsey also faced criticism from politicians, particularly on the right after donald trump. president donald trump was kicked off of the platform that was in response to the january 6 capital riot. and that company said that he was a risk to security by staying on the platform. he's also dorsey been criticized by politicians on the left for not doing enough to remove hate speech from the platform. so lots of pressure all around. but the factors and the bottom line is the stock has been seen as under performing as far as tech stocks go in recent years, and not too long ago, the company announced a plan to double its revenues by 2023 to grow its user base. but it has a lot of work ahead of it to reach those goals. and so dorsey announcing it was time to step down in a long time employee. the company part of the agro while,
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who was serving as a chief technology officer, is now going to take over a ceo and kristin, how have the markets responded to this news? well, it's really interesting word got out ahead of the official announcement. it was leaked on the financial news network, cnbc here and mediately twitter stock shot up more than 10 percent. that prompted the nasdaq to stop trading of twitter for a short time. it's not uncommon for that to hobbit happen when there's a major announcement expected and in order to soften the blow for the market. since then the, the stocks actually gone down again. it's down more than one percent at this point . so it's been a bit volatile today. but the nasdaq in general is way up actually erasing the losses it made on friday over concerns about the arm across the very end, but twitters very volatile today in day. thank you very much for that update.
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kristen. so let me live for us in new york. thank you. the caribbean island nation of barbados is becoming a republic by cutting ties to the british monarchy. prince charles arrived for a transition ceremony, which will say queen elizabeth removed his head of faint barbados game to fully independence from the u. k. in 1961, it will remain a member of the commonwealth group of nations. a judge in me, emma is expected to give a verdict in the trial of deposed, lay the unsung suit. she on tuesday said she is facing several charges including electro fraud. she's been detained since the military seized power in february, as florence louis reform, man mas former elected leader, is facing her 1st verdict in a series of trials. few believe will be fair. on santucci faces, charges ranging from breaking corona virus fools to corruption. she's also been accused of committing electoral fraud, the ruling gen tessa,
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sushi and her co defendants are safe and being treated well. but many in myanmar that's also known as burma said, they're concerned the legal system environment is very corrupted. a judge also need to be an independent. we have to read the order from the thought. even b, the bin there for the food beside. one of us that has been be along. sushi and her co defendants deny the charges against them. the gender has bought the defense team from speaking to reporters about the hearings. lucere is going to put her away, or as long as you know, i think they uh finally realized her seeing her route them in the election of the 1990 in 201520. that the only way that they will remain in power is they, they put her back in some sort of permanent house already. and you know, we, i mean 2 cheese party, the national league for democracy had won
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a landslide victory in last year's elections. which international observers have said were largely free and fair. the jupiter alleges there was a voter fraud and used that as a justification for seizing power. a conviction for incitement carries a maximum penalty of 2 years imprisonment. but if c, g is found guilty of all the charges against her, she could be sentenced to more than a 100 years imprisoned. florence louis al jazeera. i didn't take his judiciary launching a case against me and my officials for the persecution of them was a hinge. a minority, a u. k based ranger advocacy group has called it a historic step. the federal criminal court in one of the areas says it will investigate the full range of crimes committed under the principle of universal universal jurisdiction. well then, 44000 were hinge, have been killed since 2017. hundreds of thousands have fled to bangladesh.
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still head on al jazeera, we'll find out why the so called god father of german football has been hired by manchester. united jemma is that mixed with sports. ah ah
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ah ah ah ah ah, it's time not the sport. he's the lovely jim. thank you, emily, man, jesse and i said to have named german coach at ralph, rang nick as that interim manager until the end of the season. right next appointment comes 8 days after these facts. ali gonna social. the gentleman has
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coached a number of clubs in his home country, achieving a back to back promotions with oftentimes leading shall cut to the german cup and establishing abi leipzig as a leading a gland as they gets he met during t spells as their coach, united. they certainly need him to turn things around as they currently sit 8 in the premier league for this. so we can now say to present that matter of fact, he covers john and so he's joining us and from that in mass united have gone from and he hasn't been in management since 2019. so why was he 1st choice? oh wow. belong sure that is to change absolutely. everything the, the feeding around the club, the culture, the levels of performance, recruitment coaching, frantic has been boy to do it all. it's more of a project than just focusing on the team. he's. he's the kind of guy who is very data driven. there's a lot of analytics behind his play in the aggressive start of play that he likes to implement or certainly not sit well with every single man, just, you know, it's
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a player. and i think that's where he basically, we doubt the mediocrity. it really is a full scale overall and something that we'll see beyond just his interim roll for the end of the season. but moving on to the consultancy role as well. i think chris or is, is the perfect example of this. he said that he was really disappointed in the dropping in standards when he left in 2009. so he's come back 12 years later. and this just really seems like it could be run. it's time to come in and make a massive statement and was definitely his biggest role. so fine management and i think says he's focused on making this a successful season for the class. can you see that happening in such a short space time? well normally i would say no. however it looks as though man just you know, it made it to chelsea for a bit of inspiration and fellow german thomas circle. he took over from frank lamb pod in january when chelsea was sitting in a, in the premier league and the just made it through to the knockout rounds of the
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champions league and ended up winning it and finishing forth. so i think it might just, you know, to can replicate that would be one hell of a season. not entirely sure they can though they're coming up in the premise against the likes of chelsea, manchester city, liverpool, 3 formidable teams who don't look like they're really going to let anyone else in on the try to race. so much as you know, actually success may come into competitions, newtonics christiane, out and roughly around have a wealth of experience when it comes to winning the champions, the some sure they can drive the mentality in this world and they've got match. when is the car competitions that the moment of spark of brilliance that you need when it cuts, i could be found all over the pitch united, especially with the like server now about nissan and jayden sanchez, you know, fernandez is in their rush for it over the place of their i think the cups really do represent the best chance of success for united, missing and briefly, arguably this is where i'm, it's my high profile ro today. well, i do think has taken him into now it seem to be recognized outside of jenny
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probably say the cold truth english football, this giving over so much power to to one person isn't necessarily what happens in the structure of premier lee clubs at the minute. it's difficult to see someone come in to be given the main, so the main range over the playing stall, the staff, the recruitment and so beyond, behind the scenes, even an on the page as well. and i think as well when you look around what is done behind the scenes that like certainly in the last 8 or 9 years has been brilliant. but he's already been on the top floor for 2 of those years one. and the 2nd one is the guy, one in the bundle. you're leading them to a spot in the champions league. so if you look in the next my chest in our to manager, just one champions, the finish and 2 seasons on the touch on the last 9 years doesn't exactly suggest that they'd be a good fit my just united until you are doing what he's done behind the scenes, of course, the director as well. well, we all at watch this with interest to see how he got son, matt frederick that presenter at one football dot com.
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harrison man start name our white play again. this year. the visit in will be out for up to 8 weeks after entering his ankle during p. estes, when i was sent at an on sunday, they must suffered a sprain and ligament damage. it means he could miss as many as 7 lee games and one champions league match name, or is one of those on the short list to win the prestigious men's and balin door award when the ceremony begins shortly in paris. the 30 man laced also includes the likes of find minex robots, dorski. he scored a $73.00 girls in 60 games, but the strong favorite is lena lassie, the paris, as an effort helped argentine at when the corporate america is looking to be named a player of the f a record 7th time. an italian journalist has filed charges against a man he slapped on the bottom on live tv after a series of football much grass at collier's assault. happened. she reported from outside the stadium following emily's match against you and seen on saturday.
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incident occurred as the lead launched a campaign against violence rules. women no joke of it could skip the upcoming australia and open a rules on cobra. 1900 vaccinations for lax that's according to his father. speaking on the television, his father described at tennis, tennis, australia's vaccine mandate, black co joke of is defending champion for the tournament and has declined to disclose whether he's vaccinated. the golden state warriors have made a wins and a right thanks to 15. it's a 90 victoria against the fans. these clippers, steph curry contributed 33 points on the night, warriors. so how does time with injuries in the past couple of seasons previously, they'd 13 and a high school for years and they did like that. getting back to that best, they lead the league with 18 winds from 20. that is all your support from me. i'll be back with more later. thank you very much chima and that. so from may here for
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this news our. i'm emily anglin. stay tuned for more news with barbara sarah in london in just a few moments time. ah . mm hm. a chilling the debates, 90 percent of the world's refugees have come from a common impacted country. the climate emergency is putting more pressure on cities across the world and amplify your voice. it's not really the future. 8. now this is not our is, could somebody, please give a lot concrete is completed. we cannot lose hope. we know what to do and we have the tools to do good act. we must build all the paper. the stream on al jazeera
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african stories of resilience and courage. i get younger be and i right, well enough aware of is one of us is one of them for about a minute yet. lloyd, i'm glad of tradition and dedication to live with our little girl by foot of all swimming pool. you are not short documentary by african filmmakers on the white 9 and the book make it africa direct on al jazeera part of the central, most always on good luck and god, we are the ones traveling the extra mile. where are the media? go go. we go there and we give them a chance to tell their story in the country with an abundance of resource for the road bar and walk indonesia whose firms for me. we moved full to grow and strong. we balance the green economy, blue economy, and the digital economy with the new job creation law,
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indonesia is progressively ensuring the policy reform to create quality jobs. investment. let's be pot linda. this is growth and progress in indonesia now ah, borders are closed, then more vaccines are rolled out to keep the on the con corona virus variant at bay, while scientists race to figure out how dangerous it might actually be done. ah no, and barbara sarah, are you watching al jazeera life of london also coming up for british? socialite picky lane maxwell prepares to go on trial accused of helping late billionaire jeffrey epstein abuse under age girls. another attempt to read.


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