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ah ah ah gone been president adam a barrow support to celebrate his re election, but rivals are calling foul. ah, hello, i'm darn jordan. this is al jazeera live from dell also coming up. here belgium, police respond with water, canada not being set up on by right as of a protest against corona virus restrictions, indonesia, towns,
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and villages are almost very the nash bye to wrapped in volcano. at least 14 people have done, plus ah, there was hamilton wins a dramatic saudi arabian grand prix to set up a widow takes all finale and have a dummy next weekend. ah! done been president obama barrow has been declared the winner saturday's election. what he and his supporters are celebrating as a landslide, but his ultimate interest ports now from a capital banjo, 3 opposition candidates have rejected the result. oh, after a closely fort election, i them, a battle has been re elected. as the gambia suppressed it, he defeated 5 other candidates to win a 2nd 5 year term. and i think received 457519
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both in the election. the chairman of the independent electoral commission, alumni declared, mister adam apparel is duly elected to suit as president of the republic of the gambia. ah, when do a constituency you so convincingly won that this election erupted in celebration? i baskin is victory bottle. i brushed supporters at the independence square. i did with a book. are you good on you to learn everything is one of my guess was with with oh, do you think we did? did remind you know, bottle history with electron was guys. and it just the bottles hole
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will know dealing divided not only because of this but also have to yeah. john isn't entity up. we borrows opponents of refuse to accept the result. we are concerned that there has been an inordinate delay in the announcement of results to the number of isas i be raised by again and representatives. i did put in stations a sent us an easy headquarters. as a result, the representatives of the aforementioned candid if i, the i, issy headquarters, refused to endorse some of the results independent observer. say the vote was largely free and fair countries election commission has also defended the election process as credible and fair. it is within doubt, lights are to confirm all of to confirm to sign
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a logical order to sign despite them being present. and in doing that of the review process, how rival candidates have 10 days to challenge barrows, victory, and seems certain of the flight all our move to the court. how a degrees al jazeera, by june the gambia, at least 29 soldiers have been killed during an attack on a military base in the chair on saturday. several 100 gunman on motorcycles. targeted the fiance based on the tele berry region. as used by this a hell g 5 joint force involving troops and mauretania near chad. molly and bettina fossil, the victims, nationalities aren't yet known. almost 80 attackers were killed and 27 people up in kill in sedans west dar for region in the latest flare up of violence and aid groups. as a camp for displaced, people was satellite and destroyed, the regions often played by fighting, but in arabic, non arab tribes. the un said more than 40 people died last month when dozens of
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villages were torched, solomon islands prime minister manner, se sir baris, facing a motion of no confidence in parliament. it's in response to anti government riots . a week ago, during which dozens of buildings were burned down and shops looted in the capitol on the ira, actually 3 people were killed. locals have a list of grievances, including poor health care and services, and china's perceived influence over the government. there are reports, at least 5 people were killed and many others injured in miramar, where security forces ran the vehicle into protest as videos posted on the line show a car accelerating to people attending a rally in the largest city young on the so called flash mob was targeted just minutes off, it came together. about 15 people were arrested. ah,
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well, just hours later, people in western young gone express their anger over the military is cracked down on descent by beating on pots and pans from the balconies a, me and mars military toppled the elected government in february was since then, rights groups estimate the security forces of killed modem, 1300 people on filling jails with political opponents, medical workers, and journalists in one incident last march, at least 65 protesters and bystanders were shot and killed during a demonstration in young gone. the u. n. body investigating the armies conduct says widespread and systematic attacks on civilians, amount to crimes against humanity and a verdict is expected on monday in the 1st of several criminal cases against deposed civilian liter. unsung sushi. earlier we spoke to dr. sasha, a spokesman for me and most often civilian government. this is show the whole process of these charges against the our sausages. they counselor of mamma,
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and our elected official president who means are all a show trial. it has nothing to do with the rule of law or justice. it has everything to do with prolonging of military hook, the ring of terror against the people muma. they have already very, very dictates it just as show. so you see eve, they executed as they have plodded on base on fraudulent charges without evidence, without proof of any volition of law. and then they were, they were the see more chaos in the country cares in miramar is not good for china instability. he, mamma is not good for asha, is destroyed a whole regence now cove in night in is out of control. as you rightly say, job human trafficky, drug trafficking, refugee flooding across the country, and
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a crisis crossing international bureau is not a good for china, not a good for asha. so the problem is now, is there the willingness to stop these before it's become an stop, a bow before it become too late. with belgian police and sprayed water cannon and fired tear gas on riot as a protest against coven 19 rules. about 8000 people tried to reach the european union headquarters, but were blocked. letting bother report. a stand off in the belgian capital on the sidelines of a coven, 19 protest. police used water cannon against a group of protest as some of whom appeared to throw firewood several 100 people march through the streets. 2 days after the government tightened
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restrictions for the 3rd week in a row. some carried signs, critical of vaccines which have proved to be highly effective against the corona virus. others were worried about belgium, making it compulsory for health workers to be vaccinated. something that's coming in on the 1st of january, blue vixen, little obligate. i don't agree with mandatory vaccination, finances, radical color. i think of a puzzle us sir. the child still take a vaccine as its own choice and head straight on in my in my opinion, health work is we'll have 3 months to get that shots. they can work during that time if they can show they've already had cove 19 or provide negative tests. hospital admissions have risen by 4 percent week on week, but the government says 40 percent of belgium's intensive care beds, a currently filled by covey. 19 patients. and that's having an impact on things like cancer treatments. kindergartens and primary schools will now close a week early for christmas. and people's age 6 or over half to where face mosques
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into a venue such as cinema will be limited to 200 people for monday. night clubs have already been closed and bars and restaurants have to shut at 11 p. m. for 3 weeks nadine baba al jazeera, the director of the hospital in jordan, has been sentenced to 3 years in prison for an oxygen shortage that led to 10 deaths. abdullah zak al cushman and for aids were convicted. hundreds of people protested, falling the deaths in march, which later led to the health ministers resignation. india report at its highest daddy death tolls from corbett 19 in 5 months on sunday, almost 9000 new infections were reported. the new on the comm variant has been detected in the capital new delhi. it follows of devastating outbreak of a delta variant. earlier this year, rescuers in indonesia had been digging through layers of thick volcanic ash and mud in search of survivors and victims. at least 14 people are known to have died since the same mary volcano began interrupting parts of towns and villages are buried.
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roads and bridges have also been destroyed, making rescue and supply missions much harder. gillian wolf reports asserting the damage from above. after mount sinners viewed piles of ash, 12000 meters into the sky. down below, entire homes have been submerged. villages blanketed with falling ash. the creeping lava is destroying everything in its path. samira is one of indonesia, nearly a $130.00 active volcanoes. get bash altura and is the highest peak on the nation's most densely populated island of java. the sudden russian was triggered by days of heavy rain. the room scared in running a panic because this or option was much bigger interruption that could last year. smouldering debris, 6 smoke and power outages have hampered search and rescue operations. people who
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managed to escape have been staying at this evacuation center. the people behind me evacuated local villages at the moment. they need assistance like daily necessities, food and drinks. we also don't know how long they need to stay here for those who want to return home have been told they todds and to stay far away from the craters . now the volcano have seen an increase in activity in recent days, but it's alert status was not raised. now. many here want to know why they weren't warned. why gap quite by to bryce. what went wrong? if somebody sleeping on the job or our way of communicating danger is not here and after many will be seeking as they pick up the pieces of what is left behind, gillian wolf. out of the rough. let's not so to come here and al jazeera,
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including a break down to the rally of a controversial french presidential candidate who himself was attacked by a protector and columbia is young and restless. the government gives the youth a unique opportunity to have a say in their future, mourners, ah, hello there. here's your weather in a minute. 15 for the americas. we've got active. whether both for the west stand, the east. so we'll begin in the west right now. snow for vancouver island is sunshine coast and the city of vancouver. i think we'll pick up anywhere from 2 to 5 centimeters of snow temperature supply just across the northern plains. as a few days ago, billings was about 21. now you're 2 below. and when a peg at minus $22.00 will feel about minus 30, with the windshield toward the east, we've got that swath of snow. also
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a band of freezing rain. as this pivots further toward the east is going to knock down temperatures in new york. go from 16 down to 6, but i think the most active weather will be for texas, louisiana at mississippi rate, into alabama. some strong winds and a threat of hail here. central america right now, getting striped with some rain, nicaragua, history gun, panama, for the top end of south america. got her storms come in and go and not every one is going to see it. but i think the best bet will be brazilian rate into rio de janeiro and flor annapolis. and part of what's going on there is we've had that front side across the river plate region moving further toward the north. so once again, we see that return of stormy weather for both rio and sal palazzo. so palos got a high of 22 degrees on monday. that's it. that's all we'll see you soon. ah. one of the fastest growing nations in the wanting,
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cato needed to oakland and development school international shipping company to become a p middle east and trade and wanting skillfully knocked down 3 key areas of development who filling up from it. so connecting the world connecting the future while need cato. cortez gateway to whoa trade. ah ah, welcome back. come on about shop stories here. this our solomon islands, prime minister, monassa subarus, facing a motion of no confidence in parliament,
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is in response to i'm to government riots a week ago during which buildings are burned down and shops, minted. belgian police have sprayed water counted and fought tear gas on riotous protest. in brussels against kobe 19 rules, the government says it's being forced to act because cases are surging in hospitals under severe strain. and guardian, president adam of barrow has been declared the winner of saturday's election, but at least 3 of his opponents. a project results well site matthew jaw as a political science lecture at the university of gambia. he says that while barrow had some devices, policies overall, he was seen as the most inclusive candidate doesn't bother today if you look at him as he speaks multiple languages. he speaks more about language and he's not a lot of people, but he has been seen as a very diverse party that has members from all the different ethnic groups and it just didn't see it as a matter of course,
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he's one of these has been seen as the advisor over the period, but of course, i mean if you look at the trend of the election, he seems that he is being a democratic party was also seeing a long and make mind. and i think that's that's, that's the difference. there is one thing that is being, you know, commonly said in them do that. the opposition that a democratic party is either misunderstood or either by many. and i think a lot of people are not american, but they prefer to vote him instead of the united democratic party. and. a many as seen that they're going to be small or not that 11 years trying to deny united democratic party. the genesis did house hundreds of protest as in south africa, have run it against plans by energy giant shell to conduct seismic surveys for oil along the eastern coast, active a se, it'll cause irreparable harm to a stretch of water. but so far been largely on touched by commercial activity. on
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friday, the court struck them application broadband, vitamin cliffs to still shows activities. ugandan president, you are in the 70 says there is evidence of foreign coordination and last month's bombings in the capital come polyps. several people were killed. the tax were blamed on the ice. a linked allied democratic forces, uganda sense deployed troops into neighboring democratic republic of congo, where the adf is faced. the ones which are they screwed in comparison to that. we are some more indication of our coordinating with kenya and in somalian coordination, maybe not a one on one. talk about coordination now after years of delays, young people in columbia finally had their chance to vote for new special counsel. 12000000 people age between 14 and 28 were eligible to have a say from butter. alessandra petty explains what the councils hope to do. well,
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23 year old daniela mora has ran her campaign on a very tight budget, but what she lacks in finance is she says she made up for with persistence by reaching out to young voters in her neighborhood. oh, danielle is one of 40000 colombians, aged 14 to 28 running for office in you municipal youth councils across the country . counting on word of mouth and social networks to get the word out. medical horn to some of the youth are tired of the lack of opportunities, of the pressure of the police, of being called lazy. our generation has opened its eyes and has understood that we must be agents of change and we can't wait for those in power to bring that change . some 12000000 young colombians are eligible to vote in elections that have been a long time coming. after being promised for years, they were formerly announced by president even decay after unprecedented protests
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by young colombians left does instead, earlier this year get i'm part of the law. let's yoni will look. the majority of those involved in the social arch croix are young, some 50000000 people who are mostly poor and hungry. they don't emerge in the future for themselves or don't see any real opportunity for them. so this what has become a way for the government to try and contain the discrete term platform. elected council members will not receive a stipend or have real decision power, but they are expected to exercise political control, oversight and help device new policies. many here hope that these councils in time could become a real way for young people in the country to have a voice in columbus politics. but in sunday, the voter turnout was very low than yellow, blames the government for not supporting independent candidates in doing little to advertise the vote. does calling this i was and then deal many understand that this
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is mostly a way to silence us in the street. and it's easy to understand people's apathy. but we need to understand that if we don't take matters into our own hands, things will not change. it's uncertain if the councils will work. i will say that it's too early to tell how much of an influence heath counsels will have if any. but there's hope they will offer some answers to a generation starved for opportunities and hope. allison that i'm 50 and just you know what that? but frances has warned that the neglect of refugees and migrants is the shipwreck of civilization. the leader of the roman catholic church is an a 5 day trip to greece. he celebrated mass in athens, after visiting refugees on the island of less boss. there he taught a campus country home to around 2000 people seeking asylum. migration has dominated his trip. if i key, there she now he'll be young. it is easy to stir up public opinion by instilling fear of others yet,
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why do we fail to speak with equal for herman's above the exploitation of the poor? about seldom mentioned, but often well financed towards about economic agreements was the people have to pay. yeah. about corporate deals to traffic in arms favoring the proliferation of the arm straight from the remote cars should be attacked, not the poor people who pay the consequences and are even used for political propaganda. lena asylum seekers from cuba, now joining others from africa and asia, trying to enter the e u through greece. but they've been shut out of established procedures leaving them desperate for food and shelter. johnson police reports now from athens. one spends his days on his phone, contacting other asylum seekers from his native cuba, a sally thermometer. and 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
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extract wealth and go home. let's be part of society and contribute glance as 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 have been arriving in greece since food shortages lead 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. one friend carlos managed to find a week of work in construction to where there 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 than to night. i don't know where i will
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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. know me. colors, 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 those found on the easter g 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 serious papa hopeless who runs a legal aid charity for refugees. not even simply the, not even the spanish interpreters because this is a new i know that if you do a waiver lety right now, what is going on is that the, the authorities do not register them as a citizen,
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to force them to live either back to the country to coma or to find their own way elsewhere. these refugees have another option. they can formally apply for asylum before being deported, but then they risk being imprisoned back home. we asked carlos how he felt about that. but i said, i thought i'd rather spend my life in jail here than return to cuba. jumps at opal, us al jazeera athens far right. friendship presidential candidate or exam, or has been attacked by a protest as he walked through paris crown. during his 1st campaign rally, there was schools between his supporters and those who came to denounce him. some 2 chairs at each other about the what is the person working in paris? there are demonstrating against eric the more he's holding his 1st presidential campaign rally on the outskirts of the capital is
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a well known television puns it and really to hear from us. but he has no political experience, but he's like 3 me, famous in from record to virtual in elementary for right opinions. eric, the more is mc migration, his anti islamic talk in the post about supporting muslims. he's also upset many in the jewish community by saying that the regime of world war 2 here and problems collaborated with the not be should be glorified. he also has many opinions when it comes to women, he sees their role as in the home as child bears. he says, the biologically capable of being leaders. and what people here say is more is a threat to democracy. a threat to frances institution. well, a month or so back the more was doing rather well according to the opinion polls poll suggested that he could be to the far right political policy lead to marine the pen to reach the 2nd round runoff against the french president,
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emanuel micron. but in recent weeks, his ratings do seem to slaves mainly due to a number of personal gas. he made an obscene gesture at protests or in the southern city of mount, say he had to break poor performance. it was widely perceived in a high profile television interview, but already that the conservative right wing party not picked up very candidate for this presidential race. and that is also going to have an effect on eric moore because she is trying to appeal to the same sort of voters that he gets. the most news now and the former one will championship, will be decided in the final race of the season next week. lewis hamilton edged out his rival max to stop and, and the saudi arabian grand prix to go to level on points, heading to upper darby for vanderbilt, report the louis ham within the next step. and had everything to try for the lights, went out and it didn't take long for the walls that cost the ripple drive
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a pole on saturday, 7 impact mixer matches accidental left him brought out the safety car restarts or even more chaos. championship leaders only just avoided each other. those behind when so lucky that 37, the peer came close again. a few corners later hamilton at the back of the slowing red bull. ah. oh, i didn't quite understand why. what sunny hit the brakes pretty quite heavily and then and then i run into the back of him. huh. and then he, then he moved on. so i didn't understand exactly what was going on. i got a message afterwards that he's going to let his boss so it was that it confusing with the staff and nursing his tires. hamilton was able to guide as damaged mercedes home and 1st place the dots. dr. a 2nd,
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hamiltons extra points, the fastest laugh needs to peer. now also we're going into the final rice in abu dhabi. just the 2nd time in the sports history that's happened. expect plenty more fireworks and abu dhabi hamilton goes for a record 8 world championship. and for stepan, his 1st full bandwidth al jazeera former u. s. presidential candidate bob dole has died at the age of 98, the world war 2 veteran represented the state of kansas for the republican party in the senate. for 35 years action, the young successfully ran for the white house against bill clinton in 1996. earlier this year it was announced doll rosa sheeting treatment a lung cancer. rub, reynolds has more and how doles background shaped his political career. growing up, dirt poor in depression era, kansas fighting in world war 2, being grievously wounded in a battle in italy, a wound to cost him the use of his right arm for the rest of his life. those
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experiences certainly shaped bob dole and made him a, a, an advocate for the underdog and doug, he also, you know, gave him a certain edge, he was a partisan politician, a, he was tough. he was a fighter. so that gives you an idea what kind of a person he was, but he was definitely a towering figure. and someone ah, senator and a lawmaker with a rich, a history of passing legislation. and the kind of figure that we do not see today, frankly in washington, d. c in the nation's lawmakers. ah tough. a quick check of the headlines here on al jazeera gamble. president adams barrow has been declared the winner saturdays election. and what his supporters are celebrating as a landslide ah.


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