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plus thousands of off programs, winning documentaries, in debt used to subscribe to you to dot com forward slash al jazeera english. ah . hello, i'm emily. i'm going to have these the top stories on al jazeera. u. s. has warned russia of tough economic measures invades ukraine. president joe biden and vladimir persian held it to our virtual coal that ended with no breakthrough. but the kremlin says, the 2 ladies would keep in gauging on practical and sensitive matters. and what has corresponding kimberly health reports. with a massive build up of russian troops near ukraine, shared border, and us intelligence indicating an evasion of ukraine could happen early next year.
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us president biden met virtually with russian president. vladimir. good to see you again. the parish spoke for 2 hours. who denies russian tends to invade ukraine, calling it fear mongering. but the u. s. president made clear today that if russia did tough economic sanctions would follow. i will look in the eye and tell you as president biden looked, president putin in the eye and told him today that things we did not do in 2014. we are prepared to do now. that reference is to the russian annexation of crimea from ukraine. that prompted us sanctions by then also told putin the u. s. was prepared to fishers militarily, we would provide additional defensive material to the ukrainians above and beyond that, which we are already providing. and we would fortify our nato allies on the eastern flank for its part. russia is seeking assurances from the west that ukraine will not become a member of the north atlantic treaty organization,
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something the ukrainians have pursued for years. the us national security advisor reiterated ukraine can associate with whoever it wants. when analysts believes, joining nato is unrealistic. it ought to be clear to them that we're not coming to the rescue. so you're going to have to live with next russia without a u. s. security guarantee. there are also questions about the controversial nord stream to pipeline which runs from germany to russia, and whether it could be used as leverage and discussions over ukraine. the white house says it will pressure the german government to stop it. if russia invades the burden administration, will continue to work with it's european partners, promising a coordinated response, should russia ignore their warnings? president biden will also speak with ukraine's president lensky on thursday. kimberly, how can al jazeera, the white house,
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a massive fire at an overcrowded prison in burgundy, his killed at least 38 people. it happened to take early on tuesday morning. dozens more were injured. authorities say an electoral electro short circuit is to blame for the fire. now can web has more from can use capital nairobi to run these vice president has visited the scene. he said the dozens of died and many more were injured. burn these red cross came to the scene, some of the injured retreated there. others were taken to hospital room. these interior ministry said that the cause of the fire was an electrical short circuit. the interior ministry, those who said that there was a fire 4 months ago at the same prison also caused by an electrical short circuit, but on that occasion there were no casualties. overcrowding is common in burn these prisons despite a presidential pardon 6 months ago that resulted in 5000 prisoners being released.
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germany is marking angler michael's last day as chancellor after 16 years empower. all of shields is said to replace her on wednesday. a new 3 potty coalition will form the next government. the newly re elected president of the gabby. it says his country can overcome their differences. following saturdays election, there's been public unrest since a dam barrows reelection is main. rival has contested the result. barrow also says a report looking to the abuses of his predecessor ja jemma will be released soon. and the us federal judge has blocked the last of president, jo biden's covered 19 and vaccine mandates of businesses. the ruling says the mandate exceeds governmental authority to make millions of employees and federal contract is get the job. those are the headlines. the news continues after al jazeera correspondent, ah
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ah, that when fossil september 2013, the blood is not talk on kenyan soil, says al qaeda's devastating warming of the u. s. embassy in 1998. ah, more than 70 people, dead men, women, and children. hundreds injured ah, canyon saw asking how this would have happened. a bundled heavily armed men from algebra, the militant group that can interest in bustling as somalia says 2011 penetrating
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a supposedly secure building in the computer. ah ah, lisa talk did not come out of the blue, says 2011. there been more than a 100 tucks in the country, but i'll shop up on it sympathizes most top tech and place far from the global. the international media in my home province north is to what shares a long and natalie a slip porras border with somalia. ah, but instead of enlisting the help of the meal, ethnic somali population, the kenyan army and police huff treated us as part of the program with for us, this is nothing new. in kenya, all type, some meant to be decor. well, the reality remains that some tribes are less equal than others all. ah,
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lou. this is theresa. the get went to kenya's ne problem in my hometown. mm. 5 months before they'll talk soon. they will be. i came back to investigate escalating violence before kenya's invasion of somalia. these were the safest trees in the country. it's a bit unnerving for me if i can put it that way. i also said that i finally have to come back to my hometown to co conflict and killings. something i've done across africa. i've never felt like this is security is making things look totally different. you know, i've, i've been covering other incidents in other places. this fault in the back of your
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mind that you go back home, it's safe. everybody is fine. not anymore. in kenyan somalis account for about 5 percent of the population, just one or 4 to 2 tribes that make up this country with for centuries will leave, doesn't enormous. in the semi added lot of the ne keeping camels, goats, and cancelled my own father grew up the son of a camel hut. i'm going to bring me here to the market to meet my uncles and cousins when they came from tom to trade with. since i was a boy, because grown to be the largest in east africa, a result of the 2 decades civil war close to gordon somali, which met god, he said, the safest and most convenient place to buy and so on. it's still the
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best place to find out what is really going on, how the court and so all of this county are you. so that exactly of the occasion were the opposite. i look on the collision, but we'll get on the hill. hopefully we'll, we'll edit. i am on amazon, but has all been a lot going on. i will come yet where they listen, look, holler, i'm doing. i do live in laguna. so my legacy a schwab elucidate, held on i had a dinner, lead elementary l to somebody in the kingdom, government called invasion linda in g kiswahili for protect the nation or response to cross border read spells schwab. but this part of the nation has not been protected since 2000 and live and have been more than a 100 incidents of violence in the province garish. a small man, somali population, have all too often been the target. 3 days before i arrived another taco card on
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a small street cafe in the center of town. the bullet hole still clearly visible, lethia. there was a glitch. look here. when people are laid, olivia, some 2 of us were shut leisurely. you don't feel secure here, lulu feel very insecure merriment. the poor decision is just 300 meters, a. killing someone is becoming a dear. fluttering a ticket. so you keep on you. people don't clearly. well, he woke up tomorrow, just hunger before 2011. the whilst gary's a hospital had to deal with was the occasional ca crush. it's unsettling to find the place you are treated as a child. turned into trauma center. mind people wash up that that night
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and more than 20 injured one of them fatally. most of the victims were lifted tonight will be living only 2 young boys. just out of secondary school. jackson motto was forced into the corner of the dinos tried to escape. he was struck repeatedly, one bullet, shuttering the bone in his right leg. i mean shows agile customer lives. so black with who had been shot dead, someone dead passed in. you a hot one. do you feel awhile not to talk with them? i told you i had to go to food yet in june. my. i don't know. the reason why you can disconnect, shoot and kill innocent people who are not good after some last good. have come down. yes. to does history people out? should that 80 just to us as innocent citizens and then no,
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nothing could down chiggers. cafe was popular with workers from other parts of kenya. and because it's soft, alcohol was unlikely to contain somalis who are almost exclusively muslim. oh, it's hard me to dream parents with the really just one is in other patching and shrieking. and this is perhaps what the perpetrators wanted. but carissa has a history of religious tolerance. and it's a mom, so she had the tongues grief. this is a memorandum which was i get it upon by the muslims call us and lead us in god is a town particularly after the killing of the 9 people. and last week, we are against what, what is going on on we condemn with their strongest to why disposable i assigned is
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not, this is against the teachings of islam which they not canaan off one in else into sol, ease equal to kill in all, all the people of on, on this off for the outsider, this offers a confusing picture, the herders and motions, residents, any mums all denounced the attacks and yet no one comes forward to help the police . but to understand these paradox, you don't need to look too far. when i talk to like this or car, the government flooded the town with police, not just local police from the province, but to riot police from night or the perpetrators nor this on a long gone, living the residents of the town to face the 1st and all too often the forces act like an occupying army, a
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one of the things i loved about my hometown was the way it came alive in the cool of the evening. now a cough you sense everyone home at dusk, living the streets empty and leading to unflattering comparisons with somalia notoriously dangerous capital. nathan, in his found the dislike of initial here has been in fact this was a bit longer. this as you're speaking now, because it's on is it has yet to my time, you know, to polish mon moving nazi civilian movie. in what ways has the security, the killings affected the people in town on 60 percent have no idea. have never been issued the day because you know, they still couldn't just do it and without been or this issues. now with as a youth in a bad dish and whereby they don't have a different if you don't have a different, you are like an alley than it has to live to so many if you've been arrested,
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some of them been taken. that where we don't know up to now youth are finding themself corner in bold, say they have been here and there been to mail from up in plaza. here the banking may come. the, i don't have a government that has failed to issue its own people with identity cuts, then arresting them is not lost on the population, nor is the real reason behind the roundness. unable to prevent these keening, so couched up, a treatise that government falls back on a tribe untested formula form of is province collective punishment. although gary saw seen almost 2 decades of peace before the current violence. my generation on that of my parents and grandparents are all too familiar with these tactic. for me, the fast paced of what it was to be a kenyan somali came in 1980 when i was only 5 years old for government officials had been shot dead in a bind getty set by
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a group of unknown gunman. that night the police came to only boat this is well housewares. it's been almost 30 years, but i still remember playing with my friends on the streets here. part of a closely knit community that was completely destroyed. i remember during that night we will foster slippage was at on 10 o'clock at night and suddenly we will will can up by loud noises of people running away as well as a lot of calles happening around us when we got out of our house. if it wasn't any thing like what you're seeing here right now, it was a mud ruled fudged house. and when we stood outside, we saw so many people running away in this direction. some of them run it with
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their keyed so women are looking for their keeps on shouting loudly, the names of the children. and when we looked in this direction, we saw the flames lifting the sky. most of the houses around here was on fire. the policeman, one not far away from us and not then we could hear them shouting the siding of the guns. and suddenly we joined the people who were running away for their lives. and then i remember on the other side, oh for our house was a house that belonged to one of my dogs. very good friends. and we had that some of the soldiers were over the in there and moments later as we were running away, we could hear him shouting as he was shot dead. despite the unhappy memories, finding myself here again after so many years, that temptation to see the place i spent, my earliest is, is too strong to resist la lego. but in these times,
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no guest is welcome. and it takes a while to overcome the current owners suspicion today how i was chicken. it's a bit funny that i have to say permission to see the sport where i was born. i am a little bit around cassandra than been i've been via, i've mogan mogan, had witnessed as my guest. only the briefest glimpse of where i used to leave before the lady changes her mind. but after our house was burned down, my parents were left with nothing, no compensation, no apology was still the government simply give the land to some one else, living us destitute. they know that they're not the original owner of the london not belong to them from the beginning, but maybe they bought it from the person who got it off the we was ejected out. but still, you know, they know the circumstances with which they got this land, so it's painful, unsafe,
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and the experience of losing everything you have at such a young age is hard to explain it as in part shaped jolla. maybe it's what pushes me to report on other places, destroyed by conflict. we spent several years living in rented accommodations until my father had saved enough to buy another plot of land. it's been hard being in town without coming straight to see her as i usually would said that my father never went to school but spent his whole life walking as a house builder to ensure that my sister, my brother and i got the opportunities he never had this, after a lifetime of had to walk daddy, now we can look after him lightly. my father's memories of that night are clouded by the passing years. but some details remained vivid. when they were ready,
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i might can have a who barely. ha. yeah, i saw him and his got to see all her in her over and over the you the rule hubbard was 0. busy his arrival. i market 40 or google martin, google gray. ah, he'll come welcome. we'll get ah, a mattress. m. as a me, morgan marie. i haven't heard hammer, my little ha, want, has historical eye on her and i forgot. next it doesn't matter who i'm 0 anyway. me or hassle? i d. o. sorry he was so dear. how they by little ok i louis. wow. bearer, somebody seen a mother, or you can miss what kind of can will them can a ha, ha, ha, ha, ha ha marie shook her by and up k andrew smith. while i did, andrew had
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a bad yankee. i had the head of julian, a hulu, of yeah, family was jojo line. oh so molly had this, who did you know, one of my father's attitude tried entities. simple as long as his picks the local language. he is cannon cabassos. the school playground, where most of the town was in tom in the heat of a canyon. summer is to day the local football pitch. do but the alley. now i respect that elder was the same as this young man when he was rounded up that night following the killing of the 4 government officials. there are 2 lender of us military landra was with a lotus with us telling us, come out of your house, and if you don't come, you will, you will regret. so every morning in greece, i came to this air to this field. we were surrounded,
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we stayed in the sun up to midday, and then around the city p. m. they said women can go to their homes. we thought they were kind the, they were good people by the living dillman. but it is one of the worst day of the history of this region where almost every woman was ripped. almost every woman was ripped, by the security to for my, the security forces, and particularly by the emmy and the police. so we spend the night here. we stayed until the following day in law and then i think we were religious about it, something lake near city p. m. when several people died, the british government did not subject to the most to what the families have been
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subjected must by boys government and cannot as governor. i still don't understand what would make the government want to punish an entire community an entire town. you know, the government is not that the government was not our government that the government ought aspinall a legacy because we're not bottled up government. we hadn't, we did not have ministers. we did not as soon as i was in arizona in the government . so it was more or less like the pretoria government to lemon to put a send the back ah comparisons with upper types of african the british shipment of kenya's mile mile independence fight as may seem far fetched. but the level of violence used by the whites to maintain power in the last half of the 20th century pails into insignificance when compared to the violence used against my community. but the war between kenyans
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somalis and the kenyan government, known disparagingly as the shift to all bonded war, has remained one of africa's forgotten conflicts. the british hunt always rule this area, which they called the mole frontier district or n f d. with a very light hand, they saw the somalis as good soldiers, but bad subjects. as a somali, if you wanted to cross the tunnel, the vein to kenya, you needed to seek permission. the n f d was to all intents and purposes, a separate country. when kenya's independence was being negotiated in 96 to to the british agree despite strong opposition from kenyan leaders. now the end of you will get a chance to vote on whether to join some malia or ken the commission. they sent us published, overwhelming support for joining somalia, but the british won willing to split the country on the eve of independence,
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despite their promise to listen to the people for kenyan somalis, this was a terrible betrayal. they refuse to vote in their elections, unquote, tech, nor pleasure. from the independent celebrations in far way nairobi they were left with no choice but to take up arms supported in part by the somebody republic. the response of kenya's president jamal kenyatta was uncompromising. he declared as taint of emergence and with the help of the same british military that suppressed the ma, ma uprising kenya went to war against its own people. the tactics used by the military. what to be the same villages ation the mass internment of little rural population in concentration comes detention without trial. and something given, the british had never openly admitted. i should talk killed,
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policy thousands while to die under destruction of livestock force many more into the toms altering for ever the way of life in ne province. while i look at it dug all my lim symbol was one of the leaders of n f. d's, independence struggle sorrow as a leader. and i am miserable guy because well, who gave me like in missouri to has go like union government you have made you think of it. don't think this is true because weight is no good ian habit. tanka duck is leather. hi. hello. the in the had the love other law ha, marolla calla biller. had that had that a local marker, an advocate. get it in a gun. okay. oh, our fucking and lumpy kenya. live in a diaz to see the huddle. says on what hung up. i had, you know, one little hireright mr. berman had to, had an a had get it had an again,
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it's even in muscular the end of the you have got it on both our land. how go ha, america in those can all those go that route. i saw mine and all that doesn't a lot of the you had they, when i get it and i, when i was, has gam man and have an inevitable, and looking over the little me didn't the war or fish in it kept on and in 1967 went and xenia broke had a deal between kenyan somalia, i think the and of salmoneus, physical and moral support left kenyan somalis with no choice but to surrender. the king and government paraded the former shifter for the commerce, but did not revoke the state of emergency, nor did it forget what did so as the disloyalty of its somali population as was to be demonstrated in garrison. 13 years later the government has always maintained that no one died in the operation in 1980, not one was robbed,
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no one draped local fulfill tells of the bodies being dumb thought night in the nearby ton ariba on a death toll in the hundreds. if what happened in got his i was a tragedy. what else to happen in? would jia in the heart of ne province 5 years later was to eclipse all past the atrocities. ah, the you and hold it the last human rights violation in kenya's history. and this is no exaggeration. the listening post cuts through the noise like full peanut competing, now they see modern day tools being you perpetuate. there's competing narrative separating spin from fuck all 3 versions of the story and some element of the truth . but the full story remains and content unpacking the stories you're being told,
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it's not a science story at all. it's a story about politics. the listening post your guide to the media. on a jesse hero, a palestinian social and political campaigner in iceland, she became the 1st woman here to speak about human rights, or in the, at american dutch business woman who's built a multi $1000000.00 business, but helps disadvantage young people in the netherlands. nothing is impossible if you believe in yourself. i'll just see the world leads to our of women who become successful away from home. arabs abroad, the activist on the old trooper on all jersey. the latest news, as it breaks, governments in the region are using security forces to clamp down on protests, instead of protecting their countries against armed attacks with detailed coverage in the absence of any hard data on how widespread or virulent velma covariances, scientists urging caution from around the world political observers argue his
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government has letty dismantling of democratic institutions. ah hello, i'm emily anglin and joe harvey's, the top stories on al jazeera, the u. s. has warned rusher of tough economic measures if it invades ukraine. president joe biden and letting me put and held it to our virtual coal that ended with no breakthrough. but the kremlin says the 2 ladies would keep engaging on practical and sensitive matter is us national security advisor james sullivan.


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