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this program on this channel, i think it must have been about 1560 months ago. now i suspect, and you said to us, then one of the best things you can do. and i guess this would relate to the army kron variance as well. is the pin to a news program. dip into what your government is saying to you, but don't get sucked into that 24 hour a day. cycle of news, channel headlines, worry and anxiety, put her, put a tow into the water of the conversation and then withdraw. concentrate on something else because that kind of gives you the ability. you then have the skill set, keep your emotional equilibrium in balance. he absolutely right, people like you and i can't do that, we have to keep arrest her. that's happening daily and you know, i, i feel that all it takes on me taking it all on board and, and thinking about things but, but you're right it, we do have to maintain a distance. i think there are 3 groups of people out there. now those you want to do the sensible thing and are willing to go along with whatever the government
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recommends those who are in defiance and just want to get back to the old normal. and those who are worried sick about everything and not just the fear of the illness of concrete itself, but what cove it might do to their lives, you know, take away their jobs, increase their jet effect. their school grades are on a universe in your job prospects. so there's lots of other things that carbon brings along with a. when you talk about the old normal, there donna seems to me there's a generation of children coming up now who were perhaps 2345 years old. when could it hit a couple of years ago? those children have now are now engaging with a world where cove it corona virus, the v word, the variance, whatever they may be called heading forwards. you know, it's not the old normal for them. it's not the new normal. it's the normal. it is
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owner. there's this thing off in the background that you can't see. you can't touch, he can't smell. but be careful when you go to primary school love cause you might get this thing and then you might be really sick. so talk to mom and dad about or mom and dad talks the children. so what's the conversation that parents can have with that 6 year old that 7 year old, displaying signs of anxiety? well, it's interesting because i have 9 grandchildren. and at the moment their dad has coded, but the children themselves are all negative and i'm in the u. k. they have to go to school unless they're positive, which is actually a good thing because it creates a kind of structure for children. and it's interesting how flexible they are in their attitudes. i mean they, they can cope with most things as long as they've got access to their phones, their i pads a few of their friends and school is going on per normal. i haven't seen rising levels of anxiety, an amongst children say up to the age of 12. they're kind of just rolling with the flow of doing whatever the school requires of them,
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what their family unit requires. that them, i think the group we have to worry about of the young adults, people in the late teens, early twenties, who are, you know, trying to move on to university or looking for their 1st job. i'm also going to still be adolescent hormones. younger children seem quite adaptable, and they might even be a lesson to us, but certainly be honest with you kids let them know what's going on, explain to them and simple language. they can understand what they need to know. you don't need to overload them with information, but as long as they're within that family unit and children know their cared and looked, you know, honestly, that can cope with most things. and as you say, this is become normality. wearing masks to school might be an inconvenience, the kids will do it. having playdates broken might be a bit more stressful. we might be saying more of that over the winter. so i think we're just at the beginning maybe of a new phase of anxiety, but i'm thinking that the younger kids are actually rolling with it. i'm more worried about the adults. okay. we must leave that on that. thank you so much. was
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wanting to was donna dos, mental controls, human usa, out of london. still to come here on al jazeera. oh, nearly 2000. you can and soldiers crossing to d r. c. and a joint operational local forces against and on group there. plus the sports teams will tell you about the american goals for who's on cause to become the world. number one that's coming up with form ah hello there. let's have a look at the weather across the middle east and is more unsettled. whether on the way for the levant, you can see the cloud moving across the mediterranean, bringing some really wet and windy weather to the likes of turkey, as well as cyprus. by the time we get to choose day,
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some of the showers will edge into lebanon and onwards to syria. now ahead of this, we had a wintry mixed blow across the north of iran. well, that is going to fizzle out. it's going to be rather settled for much of the region, a bit of a brisk wind blowing down the gulf. and we've seen temperatures in katara and the u . a drop down slightly below average, sitting in the high twenty's. now for the very wet and windy weather we had to have to head to northern parts of africa, you can see the showers intensifying for algeria. heavy rain for parts of june is here, and we will see the wind pick up a cross libya blowing, some of that horrid dust into egypt, the temperature in cairo, dipping down in the days to come. now for central africa, we have seen some flash flooding in eastern parts of kenya. the rain continues here as it does for tanzania. we've seen some shop storms pick up for western areas of the democratic republic of congo. by the time we get to choose day, you can see those there. and for south africa, we've had flood warnings across much of the country. we've had a nasty weather system sweep across to the east, and that's going to bring thunderstorms to johannesburg. and that wet weather will
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last much of the week. ah, more sacred himalayan summit law, treacherous than everest. combo khana has never been tamed with and feared by local. yet an irresistible challenge to west in climate, a sharper family must choose between going against their religious beliefs and guiding a group of mountaineers, or rejecting much needed income. the wallet shadows on al jazeera, ah mother nature's gift of cold full landscapes. but strong infrastructure governance arising were investments are waiting to flourish, were creepy, even supplied by tradition, in where beautiful possibilities are offered
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will move ah, in watching the, i'll just here and use our, i'm piece adobe. let's just recap your top stories early results in the gambia suggest president adam about ro is leading the elections from saturday. the electoral commission is reporting. he's taking $35.00 or $41.00 constituencies across the country. 5 people are reported, have been killed in me and mars, largest city after the security forces ran their vehicle into a group of protest as dozens more were injured. during auntie coo demonstration and young dawn and clouds of potash from an abrupt volcano in indonesia,
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her fort emergency crews to temporarily suspend the evacuation of villages in danger. 40 people have been killed of thousands of fled their homes, buried on monday cemetery us president joe biden and the russian leda vladimir putin will hold a video cool on tuesday as consents grow about moscow's trip. build up on the border with ukraine ahead of bat, coal. the defense secretary lloyd austin says america is committed to making sure ukraine has what it needs to protect itself. i think there's a lot of space here for her, for diplomacy and leadership to work. i and, and again, we're gonna remain engaged with our allies in our region and our partners in region and, and we're going to continue to do everything we can to help bob provide ukraine. the capability to protect us on dirt or and ukraine is having to import coal from as far afield as columbia to keep the lights on. power cuts are threatened because
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russia has stopped supplying ukrainian power stations out here is charles stratford reports now from eastern ukraine. as critics accused the kremlin of black, male and weapon izing energy exports. a coal mine close to the front line in east in ukraine. wind, such as this one, have helped fuel industry and the don bus region and across what was the soviet union for over a century. but ukraine remains dependent on russia to meet its energy needs, especially coal, which is vital for fueling ukrainian pow stations. in 2014 pro russia, separatists seized control of the majority of the mines. further depleting, ukraine's access to call decades of neglect means much of the mines infrastructure is close to collapse. the bottle, do you know, is your thought, the equipment we have is from 958,
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lack of investment and government negligence is one of the reasons why we face a shortage that things could be difficult this winter. another problem is that russia caught ukraine's coal supply last month. russia has recently stopped exporting coal to ukraine, saying that there's just too much domestic internal demand for the natural resource . some analysts are describing this is nothing short of blackmail. an effort by russia to weapon allies, it's false natural resources as a means of putting pressure on ukraine. and it's not just cold that russia is using to try and control your grain. these a gas pipelines similar to those that transport russian gas across ukraine to europe. europe relies on russia for around 35 percent of its energy needs. and ukraine gets paid transit fees, which were around 2000000000 dollars last year for those days on nearly over the
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non stream to pipeline which is expected to be operational next year, bypasses ukraine, instead transporting gas from russia to germany under the baltic sea. russia trying to lead to divide europe's prostrate, better energy relations. ready was different states separately rather than with then go the european union from your perspective. this means that russia will. ready have has free to the belie station in the brain more actively. germany has warned russia not to use its gas exports as a weapon, but has been criticized by other european states and ukraine for exposing here to more economic pressure for moscow. so analysts say, russia's aim of trying to keep ukraine in expire of influence is impossible. it is simply not possible to have that sort of control away our neighbors. we've all with
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investing huge resources, military as well as economy. because in the end, as i seized on gracie, i think it moscow and age to modify its aids because very simply not really winter is just beginning yet is so worried about the potential electricity blackouts that it's been forced to start importing coal from as far away as the us columbia. so let's say economic, an energy pressure from russia will continue, because the more ukraine talks about future nato and e u membership. the moscow sees red cha, stratford al jazeera tor esque eastern ukraine. asylum seekers from cuba joining others from africa and asia, trying to enter the youth through greece, but they shut out of established procedures and processes, leaving them desperate for food and shelter. john serrato,
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less reports from athens, one spends his days on his phone, contacting other asylum seekers from his native cuba. a sally thermometer i thought of making a list to see how many cubans there are and give this to which our organization we could. there are lawyers, doctors, civil engineers close on. we're not brigands. we want to the country though, all embrace us to see that we can offer things to society. we're not here to extract wealth and go home. let's be part of society and contribute. quan says he became aware of the plight of other cubans when he was arrested while trying to catch a plane to italy. the walls of his cell were covered in graffiti opposing the communist regime and havana. cubans had been arriving in greece since food shortages led to unrest and a violent crack down in havana last july. the u. s. border is close to them, so they fly to russia visa, free than to serbia and walk to greece. many pay about $9.00 a night for a bed and a flat, but with their money running out, they sometimes find themselves on the street horns. friend carlos managed to find
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a week of work in construction to where are hon. i have 11 euros on me. that's all that's left from the week i worked. there are 9 children, one and i pulled our money and bought milk and other groceries for them. we are part of a group where everyone helps each other from other to night. i don't know where i will stay, it will make some calls. if i can't find a place, i'll make a plan. but there are others who are worse off model me are color, spend all the money he brought from cuba, buying several tickets to fly from greece to germany or spain. police foiled all his attempts to get their cubans could apply for asylum that would entitle them to rent subsidy and monthly cash allowance. but they would have to have registered at the reception center like the sound on the east, a gee, and islands the usual and free route for refugees. there was no such center on the north macedonian border where they entered greece. so their only option now is to apply online. even that is difficult, says basil is papa hopeless who runs
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a legal aid charity for refugees. the not even simply the, not even the spanish interpreters because this is a new new if you'd re weigh it, let's say, right now what is going on is that the authorities do not register them as, as alan shooters and the force of the military to live either back to the country to coma or to find their own way, let's say elsewhere. these refugees have another option. they can formally apply for asylum before being deported, but then they'd risk being imprisoned back home. we asked carlos how he felt about that, but i feel i thought personal. i'd rather spend my life in jail here. dead return to cuba. jobs are opal us al jazeera athens, nearly 2000 uganda and soldiers have crossed into democratic republic of congo to fight alongside troops. there it is. part of a joint operation against them. om group,
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the allied democratic forces to be blamed for tanks and d. r. c. and uganda, cassia lopez, or the army, asked the latest now on the military action. soldiers from 2 countries on the hunt for one common enemy ships from uganda have joined their counterparts and democratic republic of congo, hoping that together they'll defeat rebels from the allied democratic forces or atx . their targets include the deal receives runs, or re mountains where the armed group established itself more than 25 years ago. okay, so the level of our uganda allies carried out an air strike across our border earlier this week. now, together with our dear c, troops were on the move on a mission to push out the rebels in the region. it's an unusual collaboration between uganda and the d r c. but both governments say the adf poses a threat. they can't afford to ignore. the armed group is accused of having links
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to isolate and killing hundreds of people in village rates and northeastern democratic republic of congo noble and uganda, blended for suicide bombings, last month. and it's capital kampala. oh, we're very happy. both governments are working together. we've suffered and cried because of all the security and killings we supported and encouraged both armies. villages like these often bear the brunt of the violence. entire communities have been displaced and regional leaders here, the fighting can spill over to other neighboring countries. we are either the killers under really did this, but he's been yes. ugandan troob say they're ready to stay in the d r. c, until the rebels are pushed out. but critics gear, the presence of foreign troops could lead more on rest and perhaps to the rise of other armed groups, katia locally. so william al jazeera still ahead on al jazeera far i will have all
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the sport. yes, we're lie from our special fee for our pep studio here in doha. and it's just a couple of hours before with hamilton starts on what the saudi raving grand prix. the title could be decided at the pronouncement race of the for no one sees that ah, talk to al jazeera, we are. how would you describe taliban relationship with the us? we listen copies. my kid is not told for coffee. 19 has been terrible demonstration of the failure to view much solely that we meet with global news makers and talk about the stories that match on al jazeera with
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lou ah, for welcome to al jazeera, special coverage of the fee for our cops the tournament, and doubling up as a major warm up event for the counter woke up next year. ah
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our cup to come, but the 1st to the english premier league were well rag has taken charge of his 1st game as manchester united manager, his immediate task is to close the 14 point gap to league leaders. manchester city . i'm the 1st man to impress his new boss was brazilian midfielder. fred, breaking the deadlock against crystal palace. it's one mill, 2 united coming up to full time a rag next old team. our be life sake need a new manager and the jerk. the german club party company with coach jesse marsh on sunday after 3 straight defeat, left them sitting mid table arch is in isolation after testing positive for coven 19 in november, and couldn't even attend the latest laws. as assistant takes charge of next week's champions, league match against manchester city of the football in the united states and the portland timbers have made it into the am alice cup final. the 2015 champions beat
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rel salt lake to nail and the western conference finals. now love these the, the philadelphia union or new york city f. c. it's rusty here at the era kappa host. cats are play iraq on monday, but they're already into the quarter finals. the raining asian champions are unique because the majority of the squad grew up playing together. joanna gasha roscoe visited aspire academy in doha, where the team was built in 2019 counties. young football team gave the country it's greatest moments on the pitch winning their 1st asian title. catholic sudden arrival in the world scene was a shock to many, but it came up to years of hard work. and it all started here. this is catalyst, aspire academy. it takes them the best rule talent from the region and trains them in these well cause facilities. graduates from spy a form, the backbone of the cattle national team. and many of them have passed through here
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during the young careers. 70 percent of the squad that one the asian title was students just like the 292 athletes that are currently in training at the academy. they get a full time education, as well as an opportunity to hone their skills in sports like athletics, fencing and squash. but it's the football program that's the most popular and successful. one of those hoping to be a future stop, the capital team is 15 year old use of our money. we've been as a buyer for 6 years. what i enjoy about being in spoken with the 1st one proving myself and always, not just the football side of the game to prove myself as a person over there. and also, although i hope my coach is giving me in the mentoring since, you know, they're older than me and they've pretty much experienced everything that really helps me and gives me information about what the course, how to play 1st team level to our present. my national team,
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also 1st team level and the shuttle. everything works without a spike out. i mean there is no national, you know, the, the boys are pretty much the heartbeat of the country tomorrow. straight the captain, tim k, who, who played a full well is he have a nice chief officer. we come, the time i come here every time i walk into this building, i'm happy 300000 guitar compared to 20000000 plus his giant. it's, i won the i should come in 2019 and when you start thinking about that and breaking it down, how is that possible? it's actually pretty incredible with the numbers with the tell them full take many, many years of working with these plays. and when you look into it, to our 1st thing, we have many players that basically are still together with that same group and same manage just feeling under the same philosophy, a methodology that again apply fixable comp. so there is a system the system will face its biggest test when cancer hosts the world cup in 2022. the country is never played in a world cup before,
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but they've gain experience with guest appearances in european qualifies. and the copper america as well. those who spent time playing in cattle, like dutch legend wrote the book, hopeful they can perform on the biggest stage. i think the prepared well they've shown day and they have ability to, to make everything really difficult. so i hope they can show the world. so that's for bull is developing a thought, oh, a solid performance of the arab cup will help build a footman legacy in the country, but also raise expectations ahead of the middle east dispersed world comp. joanna roscoe al jazeera aspire academy done earlier on a home that you spoke with the cat, our stars league executive director of competitions, amend khalilah bossy. he told her how the domestic game is hoping to benefit from the arab cup. this experience is very important for the status of the cut cut us dorsey to, to get it enhanced in the next couple of years. in addition to that,
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it's an opportunity for us to scott top players on top coaches who can be interesting follow clubs. and this is an opportunity that we don't want to miss how did cut to re football develop since the announcement all for the bid for the it woke up. the vision for the last 10 years was to become one of the top 3 d leagues in asia. and we have achieved that. so we invested heavily to create the sophisticated a top level professional football system which led to winning the asian cup with 100 percent of our players were playing in the car. so see i'll the race for the former. one title is going down to the wire. lewis hamilton was quickest and qualifying to claim poor position of a saudi arabian grant free, which starts in less than 2 hours. that's for shopping was on course to start from the front of the grade, but hit the wall in the final corner. hell, now start from 3rd or shop and leads hamilton in the overall standings by 8 points
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. if he finishes 2nd and hamilton fails to score of a shoppin will be champion to put a lot together with stuff. and ultimately i think out of fuel pace we, we weren't as bosses in today. we couldn't match what he is doing at the bottom like it we, we didn't have to do that. we did it said out of the wall and we did the oh is this a link to the post office? could also bullfighter, be legendary? and this is means that i've been very soon have a good feel. i'll surely have name their team for the 1st ashes test against england, which starts on wednesday. travis, head and mitchell stark had been chosen to play in game one of the gap. i have brisbin strictly retain the ashes in 2019 and they have a new captain, pat cummings, who comes in for 10 pain, who stepped down over 8 sexton scandal. just a couple more sports stories to bring you starting with golf and column worried, how is closing it in on the world? number one, ranking, arrested to by winner is 5 shots. clear at the hear
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a world challenge in the bahamas. victory will take him to number one for the 1st time. and in the n h o rushes alex, the veterans, or his 750 at school, the washington capitals captain is forth on the old time list still some way off. the overall record. wayne gretzky who scored 894 pools. that's all for now. reminder of our top sports stories. manchester united new manager has won his 1st match in charge, brazilian midfielder fred with the goal in a one. no victory over crystal palace. and it's less than 2 hours than to lose hansel starts on pool at the saudi grand prix, with maps for shop and back in 3rd on a day that could decide the championship all would be back in a few hours time for another sports update at $1845.00 gmc, stay with us here on out there after the break. we've got another news updates. ah,
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ah. and for the 1st time since the lead up to the 2nd world war, the nobel peace prize has been awarded to journalists, maria rests, and dmitri morocco for to receive the 2021 prize for their courageous contributions to freedom of expression in the philippines and russia. in an exclusive interview, live from all slow will told to this year's laurie, it's about the challenges and dangers of doing their job and the significance and protecting democracy. the nobel interview only on
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a just sierra. this city of cobble has experience so much upheaval for decades, and they says another change to get used to. and one that's boss from easy umbrella situation to now it's not clear. all the people are just lost and confused. there are deep rooted fears about the erosion of basic christ in particular for women and girls, despite assurances from the taliban and about to return to cruel punishments for certain crimes, everybody will be safe. nobody's kid will be kidnapped again for ransom. now together, they're feeling thy way forward into their new reality. the philippines is fighting to restore fight in back st. i thought the quality can eat the night and the wrong one i want aisd best to guide on al jazeera. oh, play an important role. protecting you and i. ringback touch your face,
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m for partial results in the gambia shoe president adam a borrow his own cause to a resounding election victory. ah, hello and welcome on peach adobe. you're watching l to see or alive from doha, also coming up. so just in me and my ram, a car into a peaceful antique who rally killing at least 5 protesters. a race to find survivors off to indonesia is man cemetery routes covering several villages with ash and brock.


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