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to select on al jazeera, we understand the differences and similarities of cultures across the world. so no matter where you call hand, we'll but you can use in current affairs that matter to years. ah, because it sounds president heads out at his predecessor while announcing the russian lead military force called in to deal with last week's uprising is about to leave. ah, i'm neglect this is out 0 life and to her also coming up warnings of a humanitarian catastrophe. the you and calls for $5000000000.00 in aid for afghanistan, where millions are going hungry. a 3rd chinese city placed under looked down to curb code 19 infections. 20000000 people nationwide are not confined to their homes
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. and a landmark moments in medical science, a man in the u. s. becomes the 1st in the world to get a heart transplant from a pig. ah, sir, we begin in kazakhstan where the president says a russian lead military force will begin pulling out of the country within 48 hours gossip joe mott took, i have told parliament to fall withdrawal is expected to be completed in 10 days. the force largely of russian soldiers was sent to context on last week to try and quell violence during protest against a government more than a 160 people have been killed and nearly 10000 detained. a talk i have has also announced a new government line up ali cans. my love has been nominated as a prime minister. robin foster walker is falling developments from tbilisi in
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georgia. it's clear that this is mission accomplished for president, for kai, of the cfo came in, it was clear that he had vladimir putin backing behind him. they did that job, which appears to have been largely symbolic, finding out across the country, being present that strategic locations like military bases and so forth. now they're on their way out. if he clearly is in a position to do the job by himself, 10000 people detained a today, his speech was also about restructuring the security services, the police, the military and the national state. national security, putting himself very much in charge of those important instruments of power in the country. so kind of actually for the 1st time, went off the indirectly president the previous president. no. so that's it by didn't mentioned it by name directly a criticism directly,
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but what he said was that people the lead on the and as a buyer had made themselves very rich, very wealthy. they'd spend that money abroad, and now it was time to bring that money home and to give it back to the people. so president for cause has established or will establish a new funds that some of that money presumably will go into and this is the deal he's cutting with his predecessors, diagnostic legacy, the people who are his family members and, and as a buyer who has taken money out of the country and now must bring it back. while i john shaw, she know there is a research fellow at the c e academy in miss tech. she says, the catholic president has strengthened his grip on power with russia, backing. the invocation of article for by a car has a strategic form. he sighed because some one hand, he's a very awful signal to the leave political meets within the country that he enjoys
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. the support and the support of the csu line. on the other hand, he is definitely undermining the countries sovereignty and independence because he has invited practically for in forces to control a domestic situation. he has been sending quite conflicting messages about the nature of the protest and the nature of the danger and the reasons behind his decision to invite the cfc or forces. and even in these address to the ultimate ease address with quite conflicting kiss or mam, how he's referring to foreign terry's. from the other hand, he is talking a lot about socio political economics before within the country in a way to address public grievances one way or another. so i think in terms of the, the russian presence, it was a message to both domestic elise and domestic audience, but also to the national audience,
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declaring the car for allegiance to russia. the criminal says it doesn't see any reason for optimism after the 1st round of talks with the u. s. the discussions were aimed at de escalate intentions on ukraine's border. russia spent the past few months, gathering its forces on ukraine's eastern flank, raising fears of an invasion. moscow once guarantee that nature will not accept the ukraine, as a member, washington says it won't accept that demand. joe has this report. it is an achievement of sorts. the talks between russia and the united states in geneva didn't end in failure. they were never likely to be a major success. but while russia insisted it had no intention of invading ukraine, there remains little sign of an immediate end to the crisis. it's not the situation we're ah, a deal breaker one way or another. he's in the vision. unfortunately, we have a great disparity in our principled approaches to these u. s. and russia,
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in some ways, ah, have, or was it views on what needs to be done? us negotiators trod carefully, they promised they wouldn't be talk of ukraine security without ukraine present. this instead, a chance to air respective concerns and get a measure of russia's true intent with tensions at their highest since the end of the cold war points of dispute between russia and the u. s. are plentiful, but ukraine is perhaps most urgent. russia has supported a separatist conflict there for 8 years now, and the presence of a 100000 russian troops on ukraine's border threatens a new war in europe. russia wants legal guarantees that ukraine will never become a member of the nato alliance. a demand flatly rejected by western allies. on monday, ukraine's deputy prime minister met the nato secretary general talks with russia will widen on wednesday to include nato members in brussels. and then the
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o. s. c. e. in vienna, on thursday. what russia is doing is tries to impose its agenda is stand of returning to the negotiation table. and we have said that very clearly, that we will never compromise on the right for every nation in you'd have to choose his own path, including what kind of security arrangements in want, sir, to be a part of earlier russia's deputy foreign minister said is did the u. s. had not taken seriously. his countries demand that ukraine never be allowed to join nato. that's an ominous sign by continuing to press what is a solid western red line. russia may be showing its hand that president putin may not intend this week of talks to succeed at all, but rather to use them as a pretext for war jona hall al jazeera. united states is skeptical of russia's insistence. it's not planning to invade ukraine. as our tip of medic editor james
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base, heard from the american ambassador to the un ambassador, the deputy foreign minister of russia says they have no plans to invade ukraine. you are the u. s. official probably has more contact with the russians than any other you deal with them and almost daily basis. do you believe him? i wish to believe him. i wish that it is true that they have no plans, but everything we've seen so far indicate that they are making motions in that direction. and if they have decided not to move forward because of our engagement with them over the course of the past few weeks with president biden speaking to president putin twice. ah, then that's a good thing. but we will continue to prepare and to plan for responding. should they take any actions against ukraine? no cray has fight a suspected ballistic missile. both japan and south korea detected
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a launch on tuesday morning with the projectile landing outside of japan's waters. north korean leader kim jogan has called for military advances, shown gang says, a hypersonic missile was tested in an earlier launch. the u. n. is launching its largest ever humanitarian appeal for a single country. it needs more than $5000000000.00 in aid for afghanistan. more than half the population, that's about 23000000 people face acute hunger. the un humanitarian chief says he's most worried about children's welfare. somewhat is unicef cheese or chief of communications enough going to start and she says, the cold winter temperatures have added to the crisis as comes down is descending into the biggest humanitarian crisis in the world. the scale of suffering is quite unprecedented. and as you see, its children and women, those who are least responsible for the crisis who are facing the brunt of these challenges. around half the population. also going to found 23000000 people are
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food insecure, which means that they cannot find or afford you tricia's food. and as you see over 1000000 of that number, our children and what use f is predicting that without urgent action, those children will suffer from severe acute malnutrition, which puts them at risk of dying in 2022. we think that without action one into children will be acutely malnourished. so the problems are huge. on top of that, i've got this done is facing the difficulties of climate change. we are experiencing the worst drought that the country has had for 27 years. we've got rising food prices, we've got tripling poverty. we've got rising unemployment. and all this against the backdrop of winter, you know, last night was minus 6 degrees centigrade. and i keep hearing from, from mothers,
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from villagers that they don't have money for rudy recall to keep their homes warm and it is children who are suffering the most me more than half of europe population are expected to contract the american buried within the next 6 to 8 weeks, that's the latest warning from the world. health organization is codio and governments to prioritize vaccinations, including booster shots, w h o says europe had more than 7000000 new cases of homer crone in the 1st week of january alone. well, 20000000 people in china and now confined to their homes. as a 3rd city is placed under lockdown to try and stem the spread of current of ours. more than ac omicron cases were detected in and young over the weekend. it's believe the infections are linked to 2 other cases found in the city of change in on saturday. katrina, you has more now from done so in high nonprofits. onions,
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5000000 residents have been ordered not to leave their homes until they get tested . the coven, 19 non essential businesses have been closed and old private vehicles have been ordered off the roads. mass testing is underway in the city. now the province of hernon were and young sissy is located, is home to about 100000000 people. they've been facing an outbreak of primarily the delta variance since the beginning of the year in the city of an young, they've identified since the beginning of january at least $400.00 cases. but what sparked concern is this weekend was the discovery of at least 80 cases of the very infectious on the kron variance. now these cases have been linked to students who traveled from the port city a tinge in another city in china, which is under de facto lockdown. now, authorities are very concerned about the 10 gin cases because this city borders bay, jing and officials there have promised to see loft hanjin in order to protect the
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capital. all leaders in china are under enormous pressure to prevent any infections from reaching the capital beijing before the beginning of the beijing winter olympics, which opens on february the 4th. and this is a very dangerous time for the virus here in china. we're just heading into the lunar new year period or chinese new year, where typically many people travel across the country. there are hundreds of millions of trips made here in china as people travel home to see relatives for the most important public holiday here in the country. now officials have discouraged travel this chinese new year because of these outbreaks and officials are saying that they are staunchly committed to maintaining tied a 0 tolerance approach to the pandemic. despite the fact that already 20000000 people here in china are affected by very severe locked downs all pandemic restrictions. more americans are in hospital with korean virus. no limit any other
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time. 1.3000000000 cases were registered on monday. that's the highest on a daily tele, worldwide. the volume of infections is overwhelming hospital. so administrative say maybe doctors and nurses are infected with the bars to new evidence is emerged that the u. k. government held a party during the height of lockdown in 2020 british broadcaster. i to be news. has published a linked e mail from prime minister boris johnson's principal private secretary. it was a legend he sent to more than 100 government staff, inviting them to a drinks party in johnson's garden. in may, 2020 government has declined to comment still ahead here and out 0. could he life back into the heart of tripoli? how renovations to the historic part of the city, bringing a new sense of pride to those living there. the president of the european parliament table to study thighs. if 65 ah,
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ah, look forward to brighter skies. the winter sponsored my cattle airways. by for scholars meteorology, watch this satellite picture. watch this clad slide up here develop around a circulation that as a traditional development, a wind to ly waived similar kelly were in winter. now that is a huge amount of snow for hunch. you and hor condo. yet more i should say thompson will come down. excellent. eventually for sky is a pain for everybody else. and the backwash code is really quiet code, so it's down to minus 3 of us talked at minus 13. now, everywhere else to the west, jimmy settled whether a little bit of rain or snow coming at a high ground further west. it's been battling otherwise quite. but actually this bit of a hint of unusual weather here. this ne, in part of india shouldn't see rain this time. the certainly not significant, right? the average is not 10 millimeters for calcutta. but as you can see,
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it's there and the hint to some pretty heavy dam pulls as well, leaving quite where the behind in new delhi in the hole where of course snow is a problem up in the foothills, not that long ago, which means the i caught he's going to come down to deli, rainy's steady heavy in sri lanka, the shower, i think in time will not know worse than that. the mom says ne, one scene not doing very much as they may be implicit quite, quite again. you can't say the same, the levant, and for turkey. costume me the weather, sponsored by katara, always running is one of the most accessible sports in the world else's era correspondence tanti richardson takes us on his personal journey of discovery. when you find yourself out in the middle of nowhere, and the run is hurting, why should not just stop exploring the growing popularity and science? he pushes the limit from kenya to the antarctic. in search of answers to why we run al jazeera correspondence.
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ah ah ah, but again, you're watching out a 01 of our top story to south and cause it sounds president has announced russian troops will begin putting out within 48 hours. they were sent in during days of anti government protests. more than 160 people were killed and nearly 10000 detained. accredited says it doesn't see any reason for optimism after the 1st round of talks with the u. s. the discussions in geneva were aimed at the escalating tension on ukraine's border. un is launching his largest ever humanitarian appeal for a single country. he needs more than $5000000000.00 in aid for afghanistan and a half a population that is about $23000000.00 people face acute hunger advocates for
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asylum seekers in australia, demanding fair treatment for all following tennis. donovan chuck rich, his release. the world number one was stopped at melbourne airport last week as he arrived to defend his restraining open type. his attention for a few days in mann immigration hotel, as highlighted the plight of refugees and asylum seekers we've been there for years . allison madison is the founder and director direct principle of human rights for all, as she said, so strange is refusing to comply with its international obligations to partly settled, those being detained. approximately 32 refugees and asylum said cars in the park hotel in cotton, where no actual beach was kept. they are there because they have been medically impact. waited from a striving is offshore to tent and prisons and centers on medicine and pain. g and not the vast majority are recognized refugees and waiting for settlement
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in a 3rd country because a strategy refuses to comply with its international obligations to permanently settle things paypal. what job can be found himself in a system in which the assumption is that you will be the time that the problem with the bays or your proving your refugee status. you must be detained. if you're in a more non citizen, the issue for refugees and status people is that is a much more protect protracted process. but 5 days in immigration, detention, i think would be record strategies. immigration detention centers by are in fact regulated prison. they run it by private companies with, with the commonwealth government oversight. but i mean, and places in particular, if you never know when you're going to leave,
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if you will, or if you ever will. so i have clients in the park hotel who have been detained by a strategy for 9 years, including people who arrived as children. all the people in hock hotel are seeking medical treatment. and a lot of that is to do with mental health, which is never going to be solved off. they are kept in such restrictive conditions . lanka is imposing rolling power cuts because the electricity board can't afford to pay for fuel. worsening economic crisis is led to the rationing of gas food supplies and petrol. nelson and this is more now from columbus. some people are looking at the possibility of power cuts a one hour a day according to what has been announced by the salon electricity board. that the said electricity provider, the headquarters that you see are just behind me. now, the government is very conscious that this is going to be inconveniencing people
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because the power card will be coming during peak demand and that's during the evening hours. we had the minister yesterday saying that there will be no power cracked, but a few hours later we had the former law official shadow of power caught being released by the electricity board. now, the government is conscious that this all comes at a time where people are being essentially wacked by all sides are the prices of angel items are skyrocketing that are shortages of mid powder of gas. and this is all been exacerbated by a huge foreign exchange prices that the sri lankan government is facing. it does not have foreign currency for in port. ah, and that's to, ah, they've got to stretch and manage with what they do have. so in terms of the 2600 or 2700 megawatts of power, that shall anchor users urine. jo, ah,
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they do have the electricity board has a massive debt to the state fuel provider. and the said world provider has said they're going to stop a centrally supplying the electricity board. or we do have basically called fired power plants, but the majority comes from fuel fired power plant as well as hydro power. so the fact that we can source a lot of fuel to drive those majority fuel powered plans is an issue. but in general, the electricity board engineers have said that one of the issues is that we have not been adding new power plant that year on year 150 megawatts also is increasing in demand. but we just don't have the capacity. the president of the european parliament david sicily, has died at the age of $65.00. jeremy's it's jeremy chancellor, left sholtes paid tribute, describing him as a dedicated parliament president. shrewd politician and good friend that us and look back at his career in november that solely assured his colleagues in the
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european parliament that his doctors were helping him get back to work as soon as possible. it would be like a me then with a bad case of pneumonia, but he never fully recovered and mistaken into hospital again. last month. his spokesman confirmed on tuesday that his 65 year old died from immune system complications. thus holy had been president of the european parliament since 2019 it was a short stand punctuated by illness. but his rule was an important one. after 3 decades, as a journalist, the italian became a european parliament member in 2009. during his election as president, 10 years later, he called on the european union to swap nationalism for peace and equality. i for doing what we want to go towards the future in friendship. just a few days before he was admitted to hospital in december, he met the daughter of rushing opposition lead. alexa now found me through
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a water father, the european parliament soccer of prize for freedom of thought, sending literally a message to russia. it's a rest of the kremlin critic with what he calls an offense to the international community. he also criticized european countries for not equally sharing the task of hosting african refugees playing the tale ban takeover of afghanistan last year . and it was critical of europe's far right. politics and its impact on the migrant crisis. today you said betty southern i say hey, we added so there were states by the last of water colleague, our friend or president to solely he was very pro you pan? that's united to work at now, what is to do soon? it's us holding digest 2 weeks away from the end of his term as president of the european parliament. a vote for his successor begins next week. now than in the
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1st medical science, doctors in the united states have transplanted a pigs heart into a patient to save his life, searching to be trying to find a way to use animal organs because of a shortage of human organ donations. barbara and barbara has this, david bennett had been given 6 months to live and didn't qualify to receive a human heart. doctor told him there was no guarantee had survived receiving a heart transplanted from a pig. his patient was given an opportunity for this. this experimental transplant was the idea mind that we didn't know what the outcome might be, but it wasn't going to be worse than traditional therapy. a gene edited pick hot was used to reduce the risk of the patient, spotty, reject, and the organ. and 3 days after surgery, dr. say his doing well, bennett son says his father is glad he made a difficult decision. he realizes the magnitude of what was done
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and he really realizes the importance of it. i've been talking with him and i've never in my life i heard or seen my dad cry, but i think he realised the seriousness of his condition in the last couple weeks. decades of research went into the medical breakthrough. it was always said, does he not grasp? foundation is the future and always will be. this was gordon multiple times. i would like to say that, you know, grasp on vision is now the present. in the united states salon, an estimated $10000.00 people die every year. waiting for a transplant. it's one of the reasons says, cautious excitement. it's significant because we don't have a source of human organ replace. ah, of sufficient numbers to answer demit. ah, and not only to man, but a timely manner. but for now,
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david bennett and his family have been thrown a lifeline. barbara and epa, alta sarah, triple is old city is rich in history and culture. the historic area of the libyan capital was established more than 3000 years ago. and later developed by the romans, it has been neglected for decades. that is starting to change as malik trina report bob, as a deed, is to western entrance into the ancient city. voyer. it means new door, but it dates back thousands of years. oh yeah. was established by the phoenicians, nearly 3000 years ago. it then came under roman control and flourished in the 2nd and 3rd centuries, a. d. it was conquered by the rushing dawn caliphate and was renamed tripoli in the 7th century. it's one of 5, eunice, go world to heritage sites in libya that are on it and dangers las while it's been
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neglected in recent decades. that according to change, local authorities with the hope of residence have begun to renovation campaign to save the old city dinner. the mallet salesman, a lot of he old city is a symbol for all of lydia. the city hasn't seen renovation since the 1940s. all the governments that libya has seen since then neglected the city. it was on the verge of collapse. but thanks to the association and the residence we're seeing new life put into the heart of tripoli. hello, the bab! as you did, entrance has just reopened to the public with a new look. and shop owners like alamo brook couldn't be happier. sarah, coffee before there weren't many customers, but after the renovation the market changed. new customers are coming in then people are visiting because they want to see the non look come to rely on about all that. had yanna is on the board of directors of the old to the association and has been supervising the renovation work. she says it's been her dream to breathe new
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life into triple is old city. yes. and super proud of her. i mean, it's something, oh, it's a dream coming to and not even mentally my father used to work in this organization . my father died. want to tell him, you know, i hope his looking, you know, same case seeing you, we've done what you always hoped. so personally for me, sir, yeah, it's a big, it's a big thing. i'm very proud. can see how the entire via the old city has changed with these new renovations. and locals now have a sense of pride in the cities rich history and a renewed sense of hope that it could return to its former glory. now emma used to live in the old city. she found out about to renovation on social media. ill, she had brought my grandchildren to see the history. this change is amazing. i hope they renovate the entire city. 40 years ago when i lived here, the roads and homes were falling apart. this is a great beginning. libya has seen relative calm since
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a nation wide ceasefire was signed last october. people here hope the hard one piece won't be short lived, so the work can continue to maintain losers. historical psych, latrina al jazeera tripoli. ah! so this is our desert, these are the top stories in kazakhstan president is another russian troops will begin pulling out within 48 hours. they were sent in during days of anti government protests. more than a 160 people were killed in nearly 10000 detained from a frosty walk as molar from tbilisi in georgia. it really seems like it was a symbolic ah gesture move to have them in there to, to show.


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