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people still loved them, it was basically too bad to be to what they were predicting can commitee. he'll ethnic divisions and national tensions exist in both the to day. once upon a time in sarajevo on al jazeera, ah. ready the netherlands announces a snap, locked down in london, declares a major incident while protest as in simple cities rally against commendable as restrictions. ah, hello, i'm darn jordan. this is r as they are alive from de. also coming up here in hong kong vote in the 1st elections and sweeping security laws came into force. now all candidates of vetted by beijing. a desperate plea for aid in the philippines are powerful. storm leaves dozens of people dead. plus i would have seen human insanity
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gaggle, chilly, white to presidential candidates with radically opposing views of the future for this country are nearly tied in for sunday's presidential elections. ah, the surgeon corona virus case is linked to the on the convent and has pushed european governments into urgent action. the netherlands would impose tough lockdown measures from sunday, non essential shops, bars and restaurants, and other public places will be closed until mid january at the earliest. and ends in some of the thought summarized in one sentence, the netherlands will go into locked down again from to morrow. the netherlands will be locked down again. that is unavoidable because the 5th wave coming at us with the army, kron very endlessly move. i'm united kingdom has confirmed more than 90000 new coven 19 infections. london's mer has declared. the serge,
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a major incident. me barker reports. turbo chosing england's booster. dr. chelsea football clubs home graham stanford bridge has become a makeshift vaccine hub or microns now dominant in the british capital. this is a race against time to protect people from serious illness and safeguard the national health service and businesses bracing for new restrictions. it's really important londoners understand how serious things are the best thing lemons can do is to get both vaccines and the booster. they provide extra layers of protection. the really bad news is those in hospital, the vast, vast majority unvaccinated. that's why it's so important to get both the vaccines and the boost. the job with case is doubling every 2 days. health experts warm the vaccination effort. nice to reach people who haven't had a single dose. that's an estimated one point. 3000000 in london. many millions more
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across the country analysis shows poor younger a more ethnically diverse communities. our lease protected, the more people they get sick, the more critical services could soon be in trouble. there are currently so many staff at this one london hospital, frost through a down we covered and away from work that they've had to drop in extra help from elsewhere just a man, the hospitals accident and emergency unit. and so that's a possible risk of a certain number of people ending up in hospital suffering with the omicron variant . and the country's national health service could soon be overwhelmed. and it's a darkening it sure. across europe. islands introduced at 8 p. m. curfew and dutch health experts are advising tougher measures there. germany, meanwhile, is designated for armstead mark of the u. k. high risk zones, with the possibility of mandatory quarantine for travelers in the french capital, children as young as 5 are now being given a 1st dose of a coven 19 vaccine. the government there is said to be considering making vaccines
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mandatory. we're starting to know more about alma crohn and the details a. so bring a study from imperial college london finds no evidence of alma crohn having lois severity than the delta variant. the risk of re infection is 5 times higher than delta. and the variant can evade print with the 3rd dose, making this our 1st and vital line of defense. he's barca, al jazeera, london, british police, a several officers have been injured after ronnie's against new cupboard 19 measures turned violent in london. thousands, march through the centre, the city blocking street. these were the scenes near the prime minister's downing street residence. early this week you came peas, approved new measures to stop the rapids, spread the virus. this includes requiring covered parties for large venues on making masts, compulsory, some indoor settings, and several people have been arrested during ronnie's against restrictions in
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germany. the protests took place in frankfort and dusseldorf, the government approved of vaccine mandate for health workers. early this month. it's considering expanding this to the general population and thousands have been demonstrating in spain against the government's decision to introduce vaccine possible meeting are required to show the document to access vendors like bars and nightclubs in the us. president joe biden is considering further measures as cases rise there. he'll address the nation on tuesday and is expected to take steps beyond his so called winter plan hospitals. and i want a significant pressure, new york state just recall that its highest number of infections in a single day. and fisher reports it's the start of the biggest trouble window across the us for millions christmas and new year holidays start here. and the threat from the mac on variant hasn't kept people home, but has given them some warning. i'm very concerned about it because the flights of food inside the lobby is full on the plains of pool. cool. that testing lines are
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back to some people waiting hours to get checked out. my brother woke up not feeling good with a fever, and i got a text during lunch saying that he got it. so this place is always open. the variant is no and at least 40 states places like connecticut and michigan, seeing significant surgeries in hospital admissions, new york state has seen its highest single day reporting of infections since the pandemic began 21000 new cases on friday. a record experts are predicting will soon be broken almost here. it's going to start to spread much more rapidly beginning of the year. and the only real protection is to get your shots. meanwhile, a federal court has reinstated the bytes administration's vaccine mandate for big companies. that means workers at companies with more than $100.00 employees will have to either be vaccinated or undergo weekly testing an appeals court saying the
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government must be allowed to respond to cover dangers. as the evolve. some republican states oppose the idea. it's a measure which is now almost certainly going to end up being argued at the supreme court. for the white house though, it's a small victory in a sea of much bleaker news. alan fisher. i'll just, you know, washington hong kong, as chief executive, as urging people to vote in the 1st legislative elections and sweeping changes were imposed by mainland china. kerry lamb defended the reforms, only 20 of 90 lawmakers will be elected by popular vote. i don't candidates have been vetted at least 10 people have been arrested, according for a boycott. i do have set very clear targets for this general election of a legislative council. one is to ensure patriots administering phone calls. and i think that objective has been met through the design of the candidate eligibility review committee. so all the 153 candidates could meet this requirement. and you can
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see that they actually come from a very diverse background. were very different opinions on the range of issues for brit tentative in hong kong. she says the government spend vast sums of money and bid to boost voter turnout. the big question is how will this lack of representation from the pro democracy cab this lack of political diversity impact voted turn out, will it put people off from, from costing that balance today? recent paul do suggest that voter turnout will be down on recent years. but chief executive kerry lab struck that off in an interview with chinese media saying that it wouldn't necessarily mean anything if both turn out was low, clearly off sensitivities around at least 10 people have been arrested for sizing others because it's like a boat and the hong kong government threatened the wall street journal over it's reporting all of this election. and also activists abroad has been issued
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a arrest warrant for encouraging others to protest the vote. today. the government has been in pain to urge people to come out and vote today. public transport is free today. residents receive text messages urging them to come out and vote. there are billboards all around the city and local records. say that the government spent around $870000.00 us dollars on advertising, not just on television, but on trend. and as i say billboards and posters a little around the city, but there is a heavy police presence. this is the 1st a city wide pole to take place since facing intensified. it's cracked down here in hong kong last year and introduce that controversial national security in the city as well. so there is a renewed sense of ease here is this. all patriot selection takes place. there are desperate appeals of food and water. off the typhoon ride, devastated parts of the philippines. at least 49 people are dead and hundreds of thousands more than forced from their homes. rescue workers are starting to reach
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remote areas where dozens remain missing. military and other security forces have joined the efforts and the worst effected regions. mal allan doug has been following developments from deval city siphoned. right 1st made landfall in the philippines on friday, but until now there are still many areas. many communities in at least 4 provinces that remain cut off. we've spoken to military officials here in diversity who told us that they're doing the best they can providing assistance, security, transport, and reconnaissance flight the local government officials who need to assess the damage in many areas, the cover president rodrigo, the therapy himself also surveyed the devastation through a reconnaissance flight over the province of city go and he himself admit that it's going to be very difficult for the government to provide that much needed to many of these areas. before that they fall in struck over a 100000 people were able to evacuated from their homes and to look for
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safety. but many believe that millions more have been affected. we also spoke to civilians who survived to see they were grateful. they were able to connect and recharge their phones to tell their families in many other communities that the survive. but they are much more fearful about what the future holds. that's because many of them have not just lost their homes, they have lost their livelihood as well. a moraine threatens to hamper rescue efforts in northern iraq to flash floods, killed 12 people, one was hit by lightning, others drowned inside their homes. dozens of properties and at a bill were damaged and buses and trucks swept away. muffin up there, why had is in the bill, he explained why many people are blaming the government. this is one of the neighborhoods in southern other bills. this is the called the coastal neighborhood that was severely hit by the floods on
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a friday. as you can see right behind be the floods were very strong, that it demolished up the motors. this fence right behind me if you can see. and also some properties of civilians have been swept over by the floods. if you can see here in the background furniture, if you can see over the civil defense teams have been a trying to help civilians draining their houses and properties and also rescue teams have been deployed to other areas to look for missing victims. as you know, this area last 112 month infant and that was swept over also by the flood. the people here are very angry and they're questioning the government for what they call, not doing enough to protect them. especially with the reports about drainage system is not working in some parts of the city. the government has located
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1000000000 iraqi dinars for rehabilitation of the areas affected by the floods for compensating people and also for helping for helping people and distress for relief . and for support that is estimated at about $700000.00 us dollars. and meanwhile, the government of the prime minister could reduce mis routed burrows any is studying or is trying to open investigation and what it caused negligence and mismanagement. because some parts of the drainage system are not working in some parts of the city. let's come here and i'll just here, including the charity in malaysia that's trying to reduce food waste and feed those in need. and families in spain fight to keep their homes up. being threatened with addiction just before christmas more not say that ah
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ah, look forward to brighter skies. the weather sponsored my cattle at ways. hello there. torrential rain has caused severe flooding across more than areas of iraq. this was a scene in boston devastation and damage from those flooding. there's more torrential rain to come. those waves of unsettled weather, pushing across the eastern mediterranean into the levant. if we take a closer look, we've got heavy snow for much of turkey and the really wet and windy weather, stretching all the way from northern israel, up into lebanon, syria, and pushing into iraq. we're also seeing a bit of a wintry mix up play for western areas of iran, some of that wet weather expected to trickle down into q weight over the days to come. no further south of this. however, it's a much finer and dryer picture. we have to head west to those coastal areas of the red sea that are seeing a little bit of that wets and windy weather from the eastern mediterranean. and
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that's of course, affecting some places in northern africa like libya. once again, an egypt is getting very windy. here we could see some further dust storms. we're not expecting rain in cairo, but we are seeing a temperature below average and looking rather wet as well across the west, from martina and the western sahara. we could see some flooding from that heavy rain, but it south africa where once again we're seeing the very heavy rain with heavy rain expected enlisted to oh, the weather sponsored by katara always political debris show that's challenging to where you think have agencies feel hate the situation is, was that it was before the isn't found voice and digging into the issue is a military embarrassment. going to stop the family to grow is under a company suitable to know people are very, how will form it. migration differ for those who have in those who don't have lot of country see we will pay poor countries. you purchase a port with me,
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walmart hill on out 0, lou. ah, welcome back. ok from out of our top stories here, this ella, the netherlands, and impose a 4 week lockdown from sunday corona, virus infections or surging across europe. london's mass declared a major incident in response to arise and on the chrome cases, hong kong chief executive carry law massaging people to vote in the 1st legislative election. since beijing imposed sweeping security laws, candidates have been vetted to ensure only those noise of china can run. and thousands of people are in desperate need of food and water. off the typhoon ra, hit the philippines. at least 49. people have been killed and hundreds of thousands
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have been displaced, muscatine are trying to reach remote areas. julian levering presidential candidate, gabrielle borage, has edged ahead of his competition and the fine old polls leading to sundays election far right candidate. how's antonia cast initially held a very narrow lead in the polls or latin america editor lucy newman as more from santiago. oh, the left, a former student protest leader who in february terms $35.00, the minimum age for running for president ward again. no, i got to, but i was, i see why, why did we become used so much in quality? why did we allow it to grow before our eyes? never again. we will change it on the far right. a 2nd generation german immigrant who supported chili's, former military dictatorship and believes that there is a global left wing conspiracy. because even when we say, ah ha, mass chile will never be a marxist or communist country because we believe in freedom. this is kelly and bought each when he became
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a congressman 7 years ago for the newly formed left wing political coalition that pushed the structure of social reforms. am i? yeah. he represents a new generation that took to the streets 2 years ago, demanding more equality in chile, which has when with the highest income in a quote, it is in the world of his symbol is this tree from what he used to imagine a better future critically from his home city of boon that in us that overlooks the strait of magellan. agatha a single mother tells us she is not worried about his use. now then began for looking no m i feels that's what we need a new vision, new ideas, more support for young people to get ahead. but some moderates and investors are frightened, but it is alliance with the communist party bodies has friends cuz style to look a bit more presidential thinking has been read, calibrating his programs down to those that was billed to him as being rateable when he's not the only one who has been significantly tweaking his profile. former
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congressman cached is an old school, ultra conservative catholic, who opposes abortion and same sex marriage. his motto is, make chilly. great. again. he would expel undocumented migrants and his position on climate change is lukewarm. he would maintain chillies, unbridled free market model, and lower taxes have big business. but in recent weeks, he's reconsidered, allowing the military to make arrests without a warrant during a state of emergency. cast. biggest drawing card is, has promised to restore law and order money to do if it was still a most needs to security rule. this was a peaceful country. there any one could work around us any our get now. it's not safe. anyone cast represents the return of public order and respect for authorities, but each, the hope that dreams of social justice can come true symphony. and the more the loss since her different models confronts each other in the selection,
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2 generations with opposing visions of what she needs. but what her different ways of seeing life as well. will we face convulsive times on top of the see? either one could become the next president of a country that has lost its political center. the very thing that the 3 decades seem to guaranteed shall use reputation as latin america, standard bearer of political and economic stability. to see a newman al jazeera santiago, the taliban is calling on western countries to help lessen its economic crisis as fears grow of a repeat of august's mass. exodus of refugees, the deputy foreign minister said us sanctions, we're hurting ordinary afghans rather than the taliban. the un warned that without urgent help, millions will get hungry. this winter. i tell about delegation. it will be in pakistan on sunday for a summit, highlighting the need for international health to rockets have been fired at baghdad, $45.00 green zone. the 1st one was shot down by rocks missile defenses in the 2nd
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landed neighbor zones festival area of damaging to cars. there been no reports of casualties. the green zone house foreign embassy isn't government buildings and is ready targeted by various arms groups. now every day malaysians throw away about 4000 tons of food. that's enough to feed 3000000 people. a charity in the capital colony, poor is working to divert the food that still safe to eat away from landfills and on to tables. for launch new reports, this wholesale market in quality impulse is where anyone who wants to buy fresh produce about comes to shop. and it's also where certain food is hit by charities like this last food project. why wait? but boy, so if we went to light, you have what we're going to do with it. right? so the best thing to do with people who are,
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we live in north. the organization's motto is feed the hungry, not the landfill. and it's made agreements with wholesalers to donate food. they cannot sell. oh some up on it makes me feel good. whatever we can't use anymore isn't going to waste. it's great. we can give it away to be enjoyed by others. this is where we're deemed unfit for sale is thrown out and it's not just rotten, produce stuff that's about to go bad. sometimes misshapen vegetables are also discarded every day malaysians throw away an estimated 4000 tons of food that's considered edible. that's enough to feed 3000000 people. 3 meals each and waste food that's left to rot, produces methane, a gas more damaging to the environment than carbon dioxide. among those receiving surplus, food or low income families, often ages and soup kitchens. barbara, you got a buy bourbon, it's great, rather than the food being thrown away, it's at least put the good use because the stuff we get is still edible. we're all
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happy about this song. but environmentalists say more needs to be done. the amount of good ways would all inclusive, basically make up about 50 percent of the total composition. so there's still a lot of room for improvement. i think for why we need to start exploring our ways, ah, in which we can actually cut down on our desperate ways. and a lot of this has got to do with cultural my such ships. campaign is say, if people buy only what they need and don't order more than they can eat, that will help reduce food waste and help the environment. florence louis al jazeera qualon paul in the major's mansa morrow, has erupted for the 2nd time and 2 weeks. huge clouds of smoke and ash, a billowy from the volcano. 48 people were killed early this month after some merry ruptured without warning. 36 are still missing. housing shortages in spain have led to some families facing eviction in the run up to christmas. as despite it,
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citizens being entitled to adequate homes under the constitution, a government and they cut a linear region, was trying to solve the problem by introducing a rent controlled natasha game reports from barcelona. initially carlos barrel cow thought he and his mother would leave quietly as his neighbors had for 25 years . they've called this 4 bedroom flat in barcelona home. that he realised finding another apartment anywhere in the city for the $685.00 a month. they've been paying is impossible. he's been fighting eviction for the past 4 years. i me, women and police are expected to forcibly remove him and his mother from the apartment, the week of christmas epic. thou and i buy the day. this is affecting me emotionally . i my mother, even more, i've had to distance her from all of the struggle because we're ill mill. but is impossible to do that completely. it'll get in the ag. throughout the you,
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the average supply of affordable housing is 9 percent in spain is just 2 and a half percent according to government data. in the last 20 years, the rental market has only grown because of a lack of jobs and low wages. the brookings institution estimates the government needs to provide at least one and a half 1000000 rental homes to low income earners. the kind of linear region which includes barcelona, implemented a rent control policy last year. the 1st in spain, the conservative popular party is now challenging it in court. the city is in the process of building $8000.00 affordable rental homes and forging public private partnerships to build more like i'm in holland that we have to bear in mind that 40 percent of people in barcelona are renting. let's think about young people who have normal jobs and can't afford to pay market price housing that so it's a structural problem and doesn't affect only a specific sector of the population. the tenants union of catalonia says,
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decades of feeling to provide affordable housing has altered spanish society. i think it is mostly breaking relationships in neighborhoods, m, and cds and towns. because we, we argued that the right to housing is not only to have a shelter, but also to have a neighborhood to have a community to be part of. instead of christmas decorations, at the federal calls home moving boxes or at the ready. but after contacting the un commission for human rights, carlos is feeling hope for the un is asking the government to suspend eviction or offer him and his mother, alternative housing. while the case is reviewed. natasha, her name al jazeera barcelona. ah. algeria had been crowned arab cup champions for the very 1st time. the final
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against him is it was gold soften like 2 minutes, but an extra time substitute i'm there so you'd at least a shot. but finally be to his his keeper. louis has him upon the school was to know, denying to me. is it a 1st hour cup title? since 1963? well, hosting the, our campus getting cut all the chance to test the new stadiums and the arrangements its put in place for next year's fif. a woke up sarah. karen has been looking into what lessons the organizes of learned during the tournament. ah, it's been the biggest tournaments yet held in cattle with most of the 8 purpose built well cut stadiums. fully put to the test, hundreds of thousands of football fans and poured in and outs of the arena's in the last few weeks to watch the fee for arab caught a glimpse of what to expect at next year's walls. ha, while i, every one want to come. i you receive many message. well, they, they won't even,
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they can photo inside the stadium. the effort that has been done to the investment, the organization, it is something you cannot imagine, is better than the premier league or some guy behind the scenes. it's all systems go to ensure one of the world's biggest tournaments runs smoothly from new pitch technology to a newly built metro system. everything is on trial. the fees are top is being seen as a test to cats are as to whether it's ready for the walk up in less than a year. now we've been meeting to fans. i've been attending this one of those. and overall, their experience has been very positive. thoughts, no one else's issues. tickets, availability, and a new man. the chief fan id system is some of the problems that caused confusion and delays the fall. i'd be sure to be delivered at all. so we can avoid the line on to for, for the 2 people. oh, coming outside the country defeats all entry to the stadium. was hard for me. it is
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. let me come in with my medication and the only entrance disable people is at the far end of the stadium via catalyst supreme committee for delivery. and legacy says, hosting the arab cup has been a good opportunity to make improvements ahead of the world cup. and in collaboration with fifa, you have completed our constructions and we're focusing more into the fan experience. so we get actually the opportunity of engaging with the public, indicating them with some of the new features that we will be introduced in the world cup. for example, the fan id, we will be introducing a new version of it, an improved version of it for the public. so everything has been tested. this is, was actually one of the biggest tests with a population of less than 3000000 people. cats are security forces aren't used to dealing with large crowds, double the amounts of fans, a g to arrive from all over the world will kick off next year, which is exactly why castle has signed agreements earlier this week for turkey in kenya to send thousands of security personnel to assist other countries would also
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be helping out to ah, it's taking more than a decade to prepare for the world cup and cattle is getting closer towards the finishing touches. and even closer to hosting the biggest sporting events, the region will ever have seen. so to highlight al jazeera, though ha, ah, norfolk, which are the top stories here? this al, the netherlands will impose a 4 week lockdown from sunday corona, virus infections or surging across europe. london's mayor has declared a major incident in response to arise and on the chronic cases. british police are several officers of been injured, alter run is against new target 19 measures current balance in london.


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