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tv   Witness Lifeboat  Al Jazeera  January 6, 2022 5:30am-6:01am AST

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that's had a huge impact on children in the country whose parents are forced to work in the formal sector and on the streets. based on a decedent when a site is ah hi marleen side. with the headlines here on al jazeera, they're like doc adventures facing deportation from australia. the government says he failed to provide enough proof for a medical exemption from coven 19 vaccination upon his arrival. but early organizes of the australian open tournament on officials in victoria states that he had been approved for an exemption. australia's prime minister says about simply wasn't the case. rules ah, rules. and there are no special cases. rules are rules, it's what i said yesterday. that's the policy, the government and has been our governments strong border protection policies,
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and particularly in relation to the pandemic. that is ensure the destroyer has one of the lowest def rights from kind of anywhere in the world. we one of the 1st countries to move on shutting ab was we were criticized at the time. but it was the right decision. and we have maintained those important border controls or the entire period of the pandemic. the u. s. president's top medical advisors urging people to continue taking precautions against current of ours. and so he found, he warned, against complacency, despite indications. the on the con variant may not be as severe french president emanuel microns facing criticism. after issuing a deliberately provocative warning to on vaccination people, france reported more than $300000.00 new infections on wednesday, which is another national record. the government is trying to push tougher restrictions. 3 parliament russian lead alliance says it will send peacekeepers to
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calls like stolen off to the president asked for help to quell protests. several security officers have been killed in 4 days of unrest. it was set off by rise in the price of fuel. these talk diplomats has worn russia would face massive consequences for any military escalation in ukraine. joseph beryl has been visiting the front lines of ukraine's conflict with russian back forces in the countries east. russia has denied it, has plans to invade a neighbor despite amassing tens of thousands of troops at the border. the u. s. has imposed sanctions on the bosnian serb bleed at milan, ad dick washington accuses him of corrupt activities that threatened to destabilize the region and undermine a peace accord dot. it is threatening to break away sab dominated areas from bosnia . those are headlines to witnesses next. m. each and every one of us has gotten responsible in change out 1st
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place for the middle. oh we we could do this experiment and if biodiversity could increase just a little bit, that wouldn't be worth doing. had any idea that it would become a magnet who is incredibly rare species. they are asking for women to get 50 percent representation in the constituent assembly here in getting these people to pick up to collect the signature, to send the re saying this extremely important service that they provide to the city. why don't we need to take america to trying to bring people together trying to deal with people who can look beyond
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ah, another tragedy in the mediterranean about 200 migrants trying to cross the sea, fell overboard earlier this week. more than $4600.00 people have drowned or gone mission this year, desperate people from syria, africa, and india, that the boat sank less than 10 miles off libya's coast. people are risking their lives to sail from north africa to europe. the migrates were fleeing poverty and war. don in somalia,
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as many as $900.00 migrants were said to be on board. only handful survived 3 ship wrecks in just 3 days. claims, 700 lives. it's just the most recent tragedy embalming migraines. trying to reach europe. ah
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to suddenly get a mass small creation of millions. it's a big shock to any system. we've got a lot of people in trouble in lease terrible little books since close books. so it could last very long out la works. it's when the 2 years old, single wayllace, c l in the houses. but i know the hum to sin lea, a pit to blow when we're looking for the throat of for instance,
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this pit la holter. here is the boulder she lives here over here. libya here occasionally wico feel somewhere over there. we've got a 12 more alone here. droll than the 20 full mile. and the libyan little 3rd se. so whoever all the authorities,
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the lot to think the 24 miles is the sewing and so so normally we stay out so 24 miles. and we've got a beat she is of broad sir. that's where all of folks have been coming from with i have a 2 degrees 35 minutes. it's very low. we go. yeah, yeah, it was all there might be a 2nd 1. 1, this is,
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i mean we have 3 kinds of like we only have a great deal with a
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okay. all we do is 1st we did live on the live seconds to load them both as close as possible. and then we see what we can do to the other both. okay? leave a talk with and this is the wrong number, right? this one,
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a ship. again, a for one doctor and the one for 1000 people. we have with it
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tom off on adopters, on a th on bulk on that song on nevada. owe money, money to go on. philip will still not back on top suckers will on tough members on policy on amend on him is all i feel know caught the finance for understanding. yeah. if people ebay in power to sense is to sound glass on passive with boy. i'm in the even. i'm in a pe boy to my to tough because you're going to your money. oh
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yeah, yeah. philip was initially enrolled him on that be, you know? okay, missing. so no teacher paper. she the room and on your own water on them and let me see on the museum. you know, the buffering get can get can was out by the do that time is in april issue 0. yeah, i saw the gland heat in a ah,
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for this a do you want to say that they did? so
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when i read out the political state of the will the environmental state of the world. so going to hell in the hancock. ah. so maybe the host in the human system totally mad to russian little thing. we thought we'd kill to anyway. ah
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no rush. shanella is worldly. over the plate. you know? yeah. the brain in the mind. yeah. it's a useful tool, but the ha, it's slow. you real thanking kelly? oh
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a morgan all together, a list a i'm going to a moment all at a sheet and i repeated all the sheep are overcrowded with
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who knows what was going to happen to them? a case is not terribly, no lawyer, but we can only do what we can to so we will, it will control upsetting things slot. slung, loosely rescue. some people will do with, with
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with ah me. i me further away you are from a problem with humans. please, sir,
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it is to rationalize from just see the most a problem i put close to a problem like a car crash or something then it's not just a massive feet linear separating into individuals and then they've actually got different expressions on their faces. me ah, so then you have to start feeling with most people and then you heard. so for 18 role in your head when you her phil said truth, when we listen to it. i will
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show a one more to me of the historical sort colonoscopy crystal phase of very poor countries and we'll easily holds of only employed people. not one said, not head about refresh. ah, we could be those people ah, in the end, we have to remember so closer fellows. ah ah.
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ah, is one of scandinavian largest iron or deposits and it's driving a wedge between those seeking wealth and those defending their way of life. gallop, a witness documentary on al jazeera. we know what's happening and we know how to get to places that others can on. i would only be a guide by that put iep on purpose. and i still am going on with the way that you tell the story isn't what can make a difference a mineral central to the quest for clean energy. a key ingredient for the production of electric car batteries, cobalt extracting it is dangerous, but profitable with global demand set to skyrocket. people in power investigates,
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claims that industrial mines, extracting the precious material, needed for cleaner energy, are in fact, poisoning the environment with dire health consequences for those living in their shadow. the cost of cobalt people in power on a just either ah well number one tennis stall, novak chunk of it has been told to leave a stray leah, a botched visa application is to blame. ah, oh i'm adrian said again. this is al jazeera, alive from doha. also coming up a russia lead alliance says that it's sending peacekeepers to kazakhstan as protest. there continue coping with cove it as cases rise across.


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