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he'll make is from kenya. he breaks down into something bucket and ivory coast colors. i live here and scrap yard and marble africa direct on al jazeera. ah ha, a mass, if you knew master, archbishop desmond to south africans bid farewell to their anti apartheid heroes. ah, hello, i am emily anglin. this is al jazeera live from dough house, or coming up from new york to see me major cities across the world. welcome to new year. so under heavy
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queried restrictions, hundreds of homes destroyed and thousands evacuated, but a fast moving wildfire in colorado is almost out. and the evolution of the euro 20 used since its creation. we take a look at when our most important piracy of the world. ah. a funeral mass is underway in south africa, leading anti apartheid hero. archbishop desmond tutu, there's been an outpouring of tribute the churches since his death on sunday. his body was lying in state at saint george's cathedral in cape town. the st venue where he preached against racial injustice fees, president sewell, rem, oppose it will deliver the main eulogy for me to mila is live for us in cape town. for me,
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it was there was also heartwarming speech from his daughter. what did she say? what not to be at night. oh me too too was quite emotional in the speech she delivered earlier a vote of thanks really for the outpouring of tributes and love for the late archbishop speaking on behalf of a family and giving thanks. and now we're just hearing from pitch bishop michael natal, who is delivering a equally emotional sermon, talking about his relationship with the late archbishop and that relationship and what he calls a partnership goes back to the 19 eighties and 19 ninety's. or when he, what he describes as a partnership between a dynamic black leader and his white deputy during the dying days of a party. and that struck a chord in the minds of many watching the transition to democracy in south africa. again, paying tribute to the roll, the archbishop,
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played in terms of the struggle against our party and the voice being the voice of the voiceless. as the bishop natalie has said, his expressed the feelings, and though the grief that he is feeling at the loss of are not only the archbishop, but also a friend. saying that he could empathize with the wife of the archbishop earlier to, to in terms of that grief. i'm his also said that despite this, the archbishop being a huge public figure, a he is also revered within his family and with amongst those who know him. and that's also very much what's come across in the funeral service. today, the archbishop was a global icon and, and that's why we see these trump kids coming in. but the service taking place in saint george's cathedral just behind us comes across as very intimate, very personal and very family oriented. we know his grandchildren or are the poor bearers of a simple pine coffin and as much as he was at global,
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i called these also very much a simplicity around the funeral service. today. there certainly is for me to how is the public able to go back and tell there's no crowd behind you. so the service is being live streams. it has been live streamed to the grand parade where people can watch the funeral service on big screens, but also people belonging to the angry church, anglican church, excuse me. and south africans in general, have been urged to visit churches and parishes around the country. simply because of the coven 19 restrictions. only a 100 people have been allowed in the church behind us, and that includes president sal, rama portia, as well as at least 2 former presidents, but very much centered around the anglican church and the $22.00 family. and so, because of coven 19 restrictions, a lot around the funeral service, and the proceedings have that to be adapted and numbers limited. okay,
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thank you very much for me to mila live for us in cape town, and we will take the main urology from presidents, cyril ram, oppose a shortly i in the next aero star. so we'll type that live when we bring that to you. when we have it, ok, moving on and most of the world has now welcomed the new year. but the shadow of the current of ours pandemic still looms lodge. laura been a manly reports on the scout back celebrations across the globe. and how cove it has crash the party again. ah, it issued the dates back more than a century. and this year, 15000 ticket hold. it went back to new york times where to see the famous drop at midnight. ah. been here because the pandemic blue cities around the world, new year's celebrations, were more muted,
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and they would be normally in london officially. then it cancels and so to berlin were a new year's eve party at the brand. the burg gate took place without a live audience. as a tv show only literally, it was one of the few cities in europe to celebrate v a z. but there the crowd was limited. lesson half of it was you size thailand. welcome here with fireworks display in bangkok on the heavy close at 19 restrictions. oh, it was one of few places in the country to host the end of the year, celebration of other offense with comfort jesus spread on chrome. i taught today's kind of compensation for the past 2 years that i didn't get to celebrate. that's why i decided to bring the whole family here today. my kids are happy and we will come back again next year. so oh,
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in home home only worked mason victoria hall, the waterfront and the music concert by the city philharmonic orchestra, mac, the beginning of 2022. ah better me but a home called eco visitation. yeah. go, we hope everyone will be healthy and happy and we hope to find them in the older 2 so that we all can open the border and we had trouble with career. oh, so by what? ah, i want to lighting out the night sky hours earlier. new zealand had been one of the 1st ring of the new year. it's neva, australia didn't afford that. tens of thousands of people gathered around sydney hall bridge in a tribute also to the front line workers in the fight against coke 19 but
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elsewhere, there were bands on big gatherings in china where 2 years ago, crone of ice 1st emerged, events were cancelled with a nation on high alert in the city of shan under lockdown. since the 1st report, a case is more than 5400000 people have died around the world. and with the all the cranberry and taking hold. many governments of we impose restrictions to try to ease the strain on overwhelmed hospitals, even in those countries where gatherings are allowed, many people chosen to stay home one wish shared by people around the world. this new year is that 2022 is better than the last 2 years. and sees an end to the pandemic. lori ladyman, the al jazeera and gabriel allas under was in that new york's times square for the show. we saw a lot of what we've seen every year with the typical new year's eve celebration
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year in time square the fall, dropping down the count down the confetti when the clock struck 2022 people hugging and kissing each other. those were the scenes that we saw that we are accustomed to over the years, and we saw this evening as well. what was different, though, not as many people were here. and that's because of the spread of the corona virus search. here in new york, they were expected to have 60 to 70000 people here. they scaled it back to only 15000. everyone had to show proof of vaccination, mostly where a mask as well. and this was all because of the spread of corona virus here in new york city. new york has become the u. s. epis center of the pandemic once again. and just in the last 24 hours,
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43000 people in new york city alone have tested positive for grown a virus. it's spreading like wildfire here. the positivity rate is 22 percent. one in for new yorkers is now testing positive for the virus, given all of these scenarios, and all of these numbers, if you will. that is why the new year's eve celebration was scaled back dramatically. here. you still saw the themes or celebration, but it was certainly not nearly the numbers or the, or the, or the size that we have seen in previous years. know, colleen later, kim jung own, has laid out. he's new plans for the country without making any specific comments about the us or south korea for media is reporting he's main. goals or economic development can improving people's lives. as a country faces what have described as a great life and death struggles. the philippines recorded almost 3000 coven 19
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cases on friday. that's about a twofold increase in just 24 hours. the spike prompted concern about another wave of the virus at a time where millions of people as to reeling from a devastating typhoon barnaby lo reports. from manila, filipinos packed malls and shopping districts. during the holiday cases, kobinie team appeared to be dropping to new lows. the government had east most restrictions had one of the busiest seasons. but experts warned there was no room for complacency. fighting december 9th we, we somehow had an alarm and alert that there is already like a switch of that in, you know, and the increase in the positivity rate is very, very fast. and in terms of patterns, we see that most of the gave this currently are i think the might be mild and the are coming from the 23rd, each group. so somehow,
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somehow we can quarterly this, this kind of the mix to mobility of people because of that highly, be more on the chron patient had been identified this week. but the health department, well, a traveler from the united states, the tested positive, had reached quarantine regulations in order to party, at least a dozen of her close contacts. now have the virus on recorded variance is driving in 1900 cases to record numbers. in many countries, the philippines has largely been spared, but daily infections are on the right. and while it's possible that you, virus variance is reading health department official think it's too early to make that conclusion. a new wave of the virus is likely not only to stream the country's health care system. it could exacerbate the humanitarian crisis in regents. still suffering from the impact of super typhoon ride. as it is,
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there are already outbreaks of diarrhea and gastro enteritis in those areas or st hit by to store. we have nbc of officially been at sam's or an increase of k as in the urea. cough and cold but, but you know, cough in call i among the ceiling dumps, you know, seem, wanted, aren't offered over there. i know offered the shiny vision in the bathroom and center so i, oh there is an air boring. i'm the scene such as nbc on, so i spent 8 workers hope an increase in coven. 19 cases would be the last thing they would have to deal with, as they are still struggling to provide basic needs like food and clean drinking water to the millions affected by the typhoon bar and below al jazeera manila. still ahead on al jazeera, we look at how thousands of people were displaced by fighting in nigeria and
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preparing to leave camps in return to their high ah, the golden gale and comedy betty white passes away. just wait shy of him 100 day. ah hello, happy new year, your world weather report begins in australia. here's an update on tropical cyclone seth as it continues to slide toward the south. just off the coast of queensland, it's going to introduce some dangerous serve in conjunction with high tide. so we gotta be on the lookout for of the potential of some flooding. now at the same time, also going on across queen suddenly paint the colors on the dark or the red, the higher the temperature and heat wave building birds fil $45.00, those temperatures popping up again in perth at 37 degrees,
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were in the clear across new zealand and abundance of sunshine for both islands. here auckland, a hiv $28.00 degrees which is actually a few degrees above average for this year. the ne monsoon, we're gonna dial it up in intensity, across malaysia and singapore. we got to be on the lookout for some flooding there . also through the top end of sumatra. now after snow storm after snow storm western japan, a bit of a breather, but then our next round of snow rolls in here. i mean this area has just been walloped with snow and still some more to come late sunday into monday in terms of those temperatures. we're pretty well where we should be beijing at 2 degrees, soul at 2 degrees. and so kyo, we've got you in for a high of 8 degrees on saturday. that's it. that's all. see you soon. ah! on counting the cost of the climate emergency, the price of going green and wired doesn't need to cost the earth, the legs, and unlikely meter. and economics becomes the test bed for controlling our prices
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was no gold deposits. so why is that one of your walks biggest exports counting the cost on algae 0 revealing eco friendly solutions to come back threats to our planet. on al jazeera lou. ah, ah, hello, you're watching al jazeera, i'm emily angland, a reminder about top stories. the sour murtha you laudable creation for your good mercy her food for your fall and for a home for my,
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for off because the bird of large a funeral services being held for south africa's anti apartheid later. archbishop desmond t 2 in cape town, president sewell, rem, opposable delivered the mula g at saint george's cathedral, where church preached against racial injustice. for years. a new york has marked the wible of 2022 with the famous ball drop in times square. most countries have also welcomed in the new year, but the shadow of the only con variance still looms large. and north korean leader kim jong own has laid out. he's me a plan for the country state medias, reporting his main goals are economic development and improving people's lives as a country faces what he's described as a great life and death struggle to the u. s. now, in a fast moving wildfire that told through several towns in the u. s. state of
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colorado. as lashley burned itself out, almost a 1000 homes have been destroyed. heavy snow is forecast and it's expected to help put out the remaining embers. john hendern reports, tens of thousands of colorado are waiting for the smoke to clear to learn what they've lost. things look ok from up here, but there is a smoldering in there until you really get down there. it's almost impossible to know. david marks who lives in fire ravaged, boulder county knows 3 people who've lost their homes for home. and so 5060 feet high, probably it was really i've never seen anything like it. i mean just house after house fences. just stuff line through the air just caught on fire. authority say they believe as many as 500 homes have probably been destroyed as the fire tor, through drought stricken neighborhoods. at least one 1st responder and several other people were injured. as winds of up to a 169 kilometers per hour,
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spread intense flames with terrifying speed. colorado governor, jared colors in boulder, county sheriff joe pelley toured the devastation from the air. this was a disaster in fast motion, all over the course of half a day. nearly all the damage, many families having minutes, minutes to get whatever they could, their, their patch, their kids into the car, and leave. last 24 hours have been devastating polish as president job wideman promised to free up federal funds with an expedited declaration of a major disaster. john henderson al jazeera and more than 500 homes had been destroyed by a large fire in working through. it swept through a settlement in boats on a thursday, firefighters and residents worked through the night to put it out hundreds of people and now homely. saturday marks 20 years since you are tansy
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entered circulation. european central bank marketing antony's eve with a light display in blue and yellow, representing the colors of the block. he resign currency was 1st introduced back in 1999 with coins in bank notes being launched in 2002 dominic cane has more from daily. busy 20 years ago, it was a novelty, a new currency across much of europe. as one central bank took on responsibility for the monetary policy of hundreds of millions of people. for much of its 1st decade, the eurozone seemed to prosper. but then came the global financial crisis with the greeks leading a succession of e, you states, unable to pay their national debts and close to defaulting on them. and therefore, dropping out of the euro club, brussels became the place for seemingly endless meetings of ant bailout packages. with growing tensions between rich and northern and porous, southern european members states between 20102012. there are endless predictions at
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the euro is going to fall apart, or at least it, it would lose some of its weakest members like, like greece. in the end, none of those forecast came true when the covey pandemic seemed to shake the integrity of the euro zone, angular merkel, and a manuel mac hall solved the crisis with the so called corona bonds. effectively using the assets of the rich member states to guarantee the debts of the worst hit nations. now the e. c, b 's main fo is inflation driven by fast increasing energy prices and supply shortages when the euro was being dreamt up. some one that if the plan was a currency to challenge the dollars supremacy to gay europe has managed to establish itself as the 2nd global most important through currency concerned, for example, of the m for ex market thorough that markets and in the international payments. so for example, it's rose almost equal to the dollar. the driving force behind the single currency comes from paris and berlin. as
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a new german government will continue to closely corporate receive french government. and i assure you that c, franco, german, thumb them will stay essential for the further development of the european union and the european monetary union opinion polls both across the euro zone and the wider e. you suggest broad popular support for the single currency. a trend that has been stable throughout its existence. 20 years ago, hundreds of millions of europeans had to adapt to the new notes and coins in their pockets. and soon they may have to again, because the e c, b has announced. so overhaul of the look and feel of its cache. dominant cane al jazeera berlin. the new year brings with it the world's largest free trade agreement, which has come into force in the asia pacific region. the deal called the regional
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comprehensive economic partnership or asset was signed in 2020 and he said to is trade barriers between 15 nations. they include china, japan, south korea, australia and new zealand, and 10 members of the association of southeast asian nations. a deal aimed to slash 90 percent of tariffs between those countries. trade in the region was $2.00 trillion dollars. back in 2019 the u. n says, i say because both that figured by $42000000000.00 that makes it larger than any other trading block, including united states, mexico, canada deal, and the european union. and mark is a senior research fellow at the center for china globalization. he says, the agreement will reduce costs for consumers. this is truly a historic trade agreement that is coming into effect and will have enormous ramifications for not just the people that are covered by it, but people around the world. one reason is that this is the largest marginally so
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the u. s. m ca or the us mexico canada trade area is, was the largest r sip is a little bit bigger. but here's the really important point. us m c, a covers less than 10 percent of the world's population are set, covers about one 3rd. and many of these are still looking to achieve a more modern lifestyle that we might see in places like new york, like the g, like london, etc. so this is going to create tremendous new opportunities for consumers to have greater choice, less expensive goods. it's also going to be an enormous economic driver for businesses in the area as well. because this agreement is not just big, but it also covers the key aspects of a self contained economic region. and that there are countries like korea and japan
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or industrial power houses as well as countries under producing more agricultural ra inputs as well. so they think this will be transformational and it won't be exclusionary as well. hi jim tanner is filling the impact of the new corona virus very and reporting a record 50000 daily cases. people waited in long line to be tested for the virus centers in the capital want to ferries on need. they've agitated, recently reduced the number of 14 days from time to 5. at least 12 people have been killed in a stampeded a religious shrine and the indian administered cash mean it happened at the hindu vac davi trying to come to know where device means were mocking the new year. and they 13 out of the injured incident is being investigators. 16 camps, people displaced by fighting in nigeria is born on stage a being closed down. the government has set
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a new deadline several months ago. tens of thousands of people that said to return to their homes. but rights groups see some of these places still under attack by armed groups to dallas law has more from a boucher thousands of idp, is in this 16 godly around comes have been here for some years. some of them have stayed here for about 80 years. and i do that we used to live in this go, may run, comes where government tries to give them some form of support after running away from our been uprooted by at the book of her i'm from the ancestor homes. now the government is asking them to return to the towns and villages. where do i expected to start a new life? some of them will be going directly to the villages, which are not really on danny security threats. and those was villages on towels. i see been occupied by and groups i expected to leave. i did look on the headquarters where government will provide a mixture of accommodation arraignment, and also provide security for them pending when the villages and towns are safe for
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them to return that the each household at yeah, of the $10000.00 households were given to $100.00 each to be able to settle back when they return to their villages. some have collected this money, i stayed back, moved out, or become even before the government deadline. but again, those where they're actually feeling very concerned, which is why international bodies have expressed concerns about is posing these id please to danger when they return home because they see pockets of attacks in some of the communities. contrary to what government is saying that every way is relatively peaceful, the government is even citing that im may jump a military base in novel base, which is in the bagger. one of these at towels that had come on, their repeated attacks has a returned and life has returned to the city because the military base is now functional. so the advising all the idp is to go back and i do show that d p a. yep, this is i re and improved on their lifestyle rather than leaving a mixup comes in, the city sent me to agree to have been more demonstrations in sudan as anger grows
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over the deaths of at least 5 protest as they were shot by security forces during a crackdown on it nationwide protests on thursday, the u. s. and u. n. has condemned the violence for more than 2 months. pro democracy activists in sudan have a matching against the military, which has ceased power back. not tyra sheets are being made it to hollywood actor and comedian betty white, who's died 3 weeks shy of her 100 birthday. she'd been acting for over 80 years and held the guinness world record as the female entertainment. with the longest television, korea, barbara, and gaba reports. in a youth driven film industry, betty white was a rarity. she was one of the few actresses who maintains top power well into her ninety's. oh, this is something you did to mrs. miller, that she began her career in the 19 thirty's on radio and in variety shows. i'm
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sorry, but this is a very critical touchy one to best supporting actress emmy awards for her role in the mary tyler moore show in the 19 seventy's. oh, oh oh. but her portrayal of sweet and quirky rose nyland in the 1980s sit com. the golden girls shot her to super stardom anne and her new legion of fans. she won an emmy in 1986 for the role playing a widow living and retirement with for all to ladies and the antics in miami. she wasn't afraid to laugh at herself. ah, he was a response when she unveiled a wax work of herself at madame to sorts. you know, the only thing that hurts me. why did they wait to do this till i was 90? i mean, a few days ago would have been no idea. she was starring in the tv
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show hot in cleveland at the age of 92 until it was cancelled in 2014. betty white continued to make new audiences smile darker, saying a glass of wine a day can extend your life. and that perhaps was the secret of her lengthy career. was like, we're a little live forever. it oh, hello. you, what you know does the are, these are the stories were following the sour, if you new services being held for south africa is anti apartheid leader. archbishop desmond to 2 in cape town, president sewell rem, oppose it will deliver the eulogy at saint george's cathedral where to preach against a racial injustice fees. his daughter made a personal tribute to her late father.


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