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human rights needed to be respected and that the events at the border would be investigated. ah, global outrage, shelter, at least 70 people are killed in saudi coalition as strikes that had a prison yet. ah, mother of can bell, this is al jazeera line from dell ha, also coming up ukrainians. worry about their future while the us and russia failed to break a deadlock on the military build up on the border. fuss. i, belgians of americans march to the supreme court demanding a sweeping roll back of abortion. rise short of medicine and hospital beds. fears
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rise in iran. experts worn on the con is bringing another surgeon corona, the arse infections ah un secretary general, antonio tennis is calling for an investigation of the air strikes by the sally coalition killed at least 70 people in yemen and detention center, holding migrants in santa was bombed, strikes also targeted port, city of data and diplomatic editor james base reports from the un headquarters in new york. as strikes had been carried out on who he held territory in yemen all week. but this one was by far the most decor. i'm the main target seems to have been a detention center in the healthy stronghold of saddam in northern yemen. the death toll continues to rise as they find bodies many believe to be migrants while searching for any survive with the bombardment this week by the saudi led coalition
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follows a brazen attack by the hu thies, using drones on the capital of the united arab emirates, abu dhabi on monday, which killed 3 people in new york, the un, the security council met behind closed doors to discuss that attack, but not the attacks on who's the controlled areas. the current president of the council is no way i asked. it's on bassett, mona jewel for her countries reaction to the scale of the death toll and saddam not acceptable. and we actually call for for restraints on all sides. after the meeting, the ambassador of the united arab emirates flanked by representatives of 6 other council members, including the permanent members, the u. k. fronts and the u. s. gave a statement that this agree just aggression by the who sees as well as the proliferation of mythology, other technology that enabled the terrorist attack. she made no mention of the
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attack by the coalition of which the u. a is one of the 2 main members. so i press the ambassador, your defense under the law has to be proportionate. does it not? and the president of the council, no way speaking in a national catholic capacity, said the attack that took place and saddam was on the accept what you have heard today. and you will know, following the work of the council, that this is rare. what you have heard today is the unanimous condemnation by the security council against the terrorist attack against the united arab emirates on monday, the 17th of january middle school. i'm asking about your response and whether it was proportionate given that at least 60 people have died, maybe as many as i'd like to refer you to the coalition statement on that matter. but i also like to affirm here that the coalition undertakes to abide by international law and proportionate response in all its military operations. human rights groups have criticize the security council's approach as one sided. the council did issue a statement, but again, only on the drone attack, on abu dhabi,
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the secretary general of the united nations, antonio terrace, has addressed the cottage and saddam and other attacks and who controlled areas. he's called for prompt, effective and transparent invest migrations, james bowes, al jazeera, at the united nations. you haven't civil war has turned into the world's worst humanitarian crisis. un development program estimates 377000 people died by the end of last year. violence, hunger and disease was 5000000 people are on the brink of famine or at half the population doesn't have enough food. for the half 1000000 yemenis have been forced from the homes with nearly 3000 just the 1st 2 weeks of this year. or the saudi coalition has caused most of the devastation who these have been accused of using child soldiers and placing landlines across the country. humans who the health minister has appealed to the international community for medical aid. you cues the
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saudi coalition of deliberately targeting civilians, national judy and could be arrested. then we are looking at a very big crime and there's a green light from the americans to kill civilians. you know, that's what we see. what the targeting of the attention center inside the province and the continuous killing of civilians, war criminals, escape prosecution. and consider this, a war crime against humanity within the world should take responsibility at this critical moment in human history, we are witnessing many victims in the us and russia have held what they say a frank talks as they try to resolve a stand off on ukraine but for many of the country, the build up of russian troops at the border has echoes of 2014. when war came to the east. although i've got to meet reports from kiff, i know many of the she's come to pay her respects, not to forget friends lost since the war broke out in the east of the country in 2014. in millsboro got sca was a volunteer back then providing support to the soldiers on the front line. the idea
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of possible renewed fighting worries her me of course, i think her the words going on and on from 2014 i don't know where we have a big world, but we held guns and we already talk of war and a possible russian invasion concerns many ukrainians, but people here feel things could be different this time around. many a grateful of the support. some western countries have provided ukraine some publicly thank in the u. k for its recent delivery of mid ridge weapons. but elsewhere around give people are going about their daily lives. wondering if for is as imminent as the leaders. i have been warning there's all the offense among people here that the situation is made more complicated because of the competition
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between russia and the west. over influence in this part of the world, ukraine being at the center of it. dmitri sokolov and his wife or lynn. i left claim me as soon after rush and next have been insular in 2014. like many, he thinks that ukraine has come a long way since we are different in mentality the road different. we are very much different now from, from russia, and we are very much different from ukrainians. that war, you know, 2014, more than 50 percent v vi. we believe that this adjusted part of game, like, let's say, a kind of trade in univer witcher or what states we'll provide to rashanda brochure, et cetera. so we hope it, sol, blubbering aggregate, but for catch a push nay, and sky are the problems also come from within? she hasn't returned to her home tom of logan's, since pro russian separatist took over. i thought she summed up to do the problem
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is not only russia, sometimes i don't feel part of this country. sometimes my friends and colleagues make the point that we are guilty of provoking this conflict. i really don't understand where i belong. 8 years on ukrainians have learned to live with the threat from their big neighbor. many say is become part of their lives. but what they fear now is that any move by russia order us could bring more divisions among ukrainians. hood up that hamid elder 0 give of konstanz interior minister wants the us to remove him from its most wanted list. the f. b, i is seeking to question, sir, did you, dean her, connie, for attacks against coalition forces in the 1st sit down interview or carney told al jazeera and taliban has been fulfilling its commitments. he requested that we blow his face to run. thus they had to get hold of him on pommel car, bill cafe loveday, there was a farting fire. and of course that means that both sides targeted the enemy
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militarily and politically. and his face has ended now. yes, you know, maybe the united states doesn't know that i was appointed as interior minister of ghana stand. we lead a 19 or 20 year campaign against the us to defend our country and our people and did our judy and we weren't harmed by the impose sanctions. and it didn't affect marell. but they sanctions and blacklists only hurt the people. and this shouldn't happen. well than 300 migrants have been rescued from the mediterranean near the southern italian island of land. to do so. the italian coast guard says they were on an overcrowded wooden boat, which was at risk of capsizing. 66000 people cross mediterranean to get into europe last year. it's been a week since a volcanic eruption and soon army net. hong are destroyed large parts of the south pacific nation. for several days, they were cut off from the rest of the world that aid is now flowing in. and wayne hay reports there may be more than just good will behind the donations much needed
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clean drinking water is now flowing into tong, a navy ship. the outer roa carried 250000 liters of water from new zealand, along with a desalination planned to make more. it's a life saving delivery after ash from the volcano blanketed the islands of tongue a week ago and contaminated the water supply in oakland there was another show of pacific island generosity as a delegation from sophomore handed over supplies to the speaker of thomas parliament, who says his people are doing the best they can, but still need help. i think people are trying to get back to work or restore some sense of morality. but the same time the disruption to the services or the services power arms communications tournament. at a government level, there's been a rush to help tanya, which analysts believe has been motivated by humanitarianism and geopolitical strategic goals. for years, western regional powers, new zealand and australia have been worried about china's growing influence among
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the smaller pacific island nations, including tawna, is clearly being plenty of generosity on display here as there has been a government level. but after any natural disaster, attention inevitably turns towards the recovery and rebuilding phase. how will that happen? and most importantly, who'll pay tongue a thanked china for being the 1st to donate money and supplies. but before the eruption tongue is economy was amiss with the government struggling to pay back more than a $100000000.00. that was lent by china after damaging riots in 2006, 8. beijing has refused to write the debt off. and some believe last week's natural disaster may provide new zealand with an opportunity. i would say that in wellington, particularly, the priests are coming in from united states is straight for somebody to be looking after the south pacific is very strong. now, tongue is parliamentary speaker says it's important that any future aid money
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benefits the people on this very sensitive topic. but ah, you know, tie accepts a lot of foreign aid from, from many different places around the world. and we just need to ensure that that aid is found order no sustainable fashion. at the moment the aid is flowing in the form of donations, but the longer term rebuilding may be a more complicated affair. wayne, hey, al jazeera, all claims still had on al jazeera, a desperate cleanup, has an oil spill blamed on last week's pacific tsunami blankets the coast of peru and leaving me in my energy giants condemned the country's human rights record as they abandoned the nation. ah ah, look forward to brighter skies the winter sponsored my cattle airways. and away we go with your weather update for europe and africa. hello everyone,
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we've got it cool pool there over greece and turkey. that means snow for some rain for others. so we're talking, it's stumble to on cra, light dusting here and i think actually in the days to come, we may see some snow for on talia. we've got this northwind really dragon down temperature is athens 7 degrees sub 0 temperatures to be expected here. well below average, that means those showers could turn to flurries. now for the alpine region, i think about 40 centimeters of snow to come mostly around germany, but heavy falls over that region. now as we go toward the northwest, the islands of both ireland and britain, high pressure and chart. sure. so that's directing systems up and over, but a few showers around scotland for you on saturday. and i be area low hampshire to be expected here. madrid just 7 degrees and speaking of temperatures below average, pretty much from l. jersey rate through to cairo. we are below where we would expect to be this to be garrett still doubts with rain for madagascar. so that's
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going to make the flying situation here. worse and in terms of that heat we've been dealing with in the western cape, keep 10 at 33 degrees, but you're temperatures will fall in the days to come, that you're up. they will see again soon. take care. oh, the weather sponsored by casara always dictates a ships to democracies. activists to corporations, control of the message is crucial. oil companies have become very good at recognizing ways to frame what they want you to hear. we care about the environment you do to you should buy our oil plate for public opinion or profit. once you make people afraid, you can use that to justify stripping away basic civil liberties. the listening post examined the vested interest behind the content you consume on al jazeera lou.
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the me watching algebra, her reminder about home stories. this all women 70 people have been killed by a saudi coalition strike in yemen. that's according to doctor about borders and to the official us extra general has called for an investigation. ukraine's government says diplomacy between the us and russia is on the right track. the 2 sides held talks in geneva on friday and promised to continue dialogue to ease tensions. 250000 leases of drinking water delivered by the new zealand navy distribution across the largest delivery of fresh water to the islands. a week after a kind of corruption and toonami peru is tackling a large oil spill on its shores links to the volcanic eruption net hunger freak waves caused by the on the see are options struck,
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an oil tanker as it was unloading its cargo, pitching 6000 barrels of oil into the sea by the sanchez has this report has been declared m environmental emergency crude oil washing assure after a devastating spill along the peruvian coast, lima. the sooner the course by the will. kennedy corruption near that on january 15th, apparently butchered an underwater pipeline of the spanish retro oil tanker wasn't loading crude at a refinery, causing the disaster and the investigation is underway. a for the see the challenge to contain and clean the estimated $6000.00 barrels, dumped me, be impossible to accomplish. book, teens of volunteers have that kind of a to beach near the main spill area, are doing their best a few kilometers away at the bay. of course. another team is recovery only 20 barrels of the still per day by market size, but what's really not much just going to sand. the attention on the clean up
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campaigns should be more aggressive. concerns university students up to up to see some fish. but for now, we are cleaning and seeing what we can do with this credit because we are not going to be so hard and leave them their environmental authorities say the damage. now extend 3000 square kilometers affecting and con base, which biodiversity from the fisherman's protected islands to the coastline. for now, we're about 4 kilometers of the coast of the bay. if i'm gone and here the water is completely under a blanket of oil. the ocean current is helping to spread it even further, making it more difficult to clean to contain it said, dance environmental authorities have called enough the small bay area fishermen. i really not. i mean, this is more than 800 families who need it for their living now have nothing to sell a barrel to a door stop to. no one is going out to see because we know that the fish is
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unusable and will be contaminated. it's surprising that wraps has not had a contingency plan on thursday, proceed in august, the year declared the environmental emergency describing the oil spill at the most touring ecological disaster in the recent time. some are blaming whistle, but the company says it had no warning of the phenomena and this is not responsible . while judicial authorities open that investigation, experts say reversing the damage is impossible, especially with so much to be done and so fuel into such work on the ground. but you're not trying to, so does that mean they do? and while flooding and landslides also have cut off, access the ancient city of much peach, you mud and flood water, have submerged roads and rail tracks in the and around the unesco world. heritage fight terror stranded in the area are being moved out. anti abortion rights activists so gathered in washington
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d. c. for the annual march for life rally amongst the anniversary of a landmark supreme court ruling and 973 that legalized abortion bouldin's march to the supreme court, which is considering 2 state bands limiting access to abortions. if the justices uphold those laws, the historic ruling will be overturned. how did your construct without the rally? it is the $49.00 anniversary of the roe vs wade court decision which gave access to abortions to american women. and these marchers are adamant than that access and immediately these are anti abortion activists and they represent a minority of americans, only one in 5 say that all abortions should end in this country, but they are a vocal minority. and they believe right now they have the wind behind their sales . that's because last year in conservative states, more than $100.00 new restrictions on abortions took a fax. and just yesterday,
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the u. s. supreme court again declined to immediately and a ban on abortions after 6 weeks in the state of texas. but the big court case still pending before the u. s. supreme court is a case on whether roe vs wade should be overturn altogether. in other words, whether or not to remove that right to abortion in america. and these activists believe that with the, the conservative leaning on the user cream, or thanks to those 3 new justices appointed by former president donald trump. they think that this is the moment when they will prevail in order to and abortions in the us with more than 132000 deaths. true to the pandemic. no country in the middle east has fed worse than a wrong. and now is the only covariance spreads. officials warn and not the wave is imminent. results are doubt reports from tucson, the number of coin cases had been fallen in the wrong. but the don't word trump didn't last long. and there has been another spike in infections despite that
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better than ever, j to fractionation, more than 70 percent off, the company's eligible population of 72000000 has received 2 doses. of course, 19 vaccines and nearly 13000000 have had their turn shot. mana jeffrey is among them both hodge are being considering the topic cost years it's recommended to receive the vaccine to become immune so that we can protect ourselves in case of facing another wave. i am very concerned about another wave of infections in august last year. iran to could it's worth daily tally with around 50000 infections and more than 700 debts. oh, but thanks to a mess recognition campaign by the middle of this month, the daily debt tool stood around 20, the lowest in nearly 2 years. but the situation now seems to be changed again. the omega variant 1st detected in the contra last month is boosting the daily
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infections, total provinces around iran, or reporting of to it to the, for the increase in active cases. and the number of iranians, neither hospital treatment is also on the rise, and the manager of economic experts are warning. the number of infections by the end of february could go up to a total of 600000 is covered at the moment v r in a very bad economic situation. we are worry about medication shortage because of the sanction or hospital bed shortage. what the prospect vill face on it? crises a disaster. the a worry about the disaster because a venue phase 2, for example, 1000000 cases. we have not enough physicians, enough nurses, enough hospital bills to serve these patients for a country order the suffering from the effects of international sanctions. iran's health care system has been on the immense pressure and will struggle to survive.
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and he will of course, 19 or she said that algebra to her on mass protests have been taking place in malawi. as anger grows against the government, demonstrate as a demanding president, lazarus, chunk, where address and economic crisis, and rising prices, harmonious reports. these demonstrators in malawi are running out of patience with the government. they want president lazarus jacquita to do something about a late corruption in his administration. rising unemployment and the high cost of living. you know, in malawi, everything is assigned to still. nothing is working. people are suffering no jobs, no business, especially the sam during the call, the period we've been here tom. so we are turning government to reduce some of the basic needs the basic from what it is likely a shall go booking or matches. so. so
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to clear i became president 2 years ago and he and seated former leader, peter metallica, in an election rerun, he promised to turn around the 80 economy and create 1000000 jobs that has not happened. his government says, working and resolving the economic crisis with a groan of ice pandemic isn't making things easy for prison. lazarus mccarthy. japira is doing all he can to make sure that the, the mulatto economy is getting to where it's supposed to be. so it is not right to say that someone is mismanaging. i mean, what's the benefit for someone mismanaging the economy? some in the country agree. the problem is in the rational isn't it rezo element, which is the government all over the world. and the i think was, were, was, governments are suffering the way my read software. i think that the, the expert vision for the one organizing demos is short sighted. but
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people here say they are struggling and are tired of empty promises. they vowed that the modem is sessions in the coming weeks until they demands how to matessa energy giant chevron and total have pulled out of a major gas project and me and more because of the worsening human rights situation after last is qu, rides, groups of welcome to the decision, the energy sector has been the army biggest source of foreign income total and chevron on the only companies to leave me and my off the military takeover, norway's tenant or is in the process of selling. it's me and ma, subsidiary, which is one of the nation's largest mobile phone networks. british american tobacco pulled out in october. it had employed more than 100000 people before the coo and toyota has delayed tons to build cars in the city of young gone. mara, they go, paul is from the unitarian universalist service committee, which works on human rights and disaster relief. she says, the move won't have
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a big impact on government finances. the problem is that the, if the, the military is still receiving money from other channel, not just only from server and to tom, then it's mean that the military still has the income from other countries, which going to be a whole lot of money. and that is why i am see, they literally have to cut of the receiving of the payment by for the military only . then they probably lose about a 1000000 a year, which is put a lot of money for the firms military and bad is when they are going to lose the fund that can, can, can allow them to buy further. all kinds of sophisticated, strong weapons that there have been using to kill the people on daily basis. right now. the situation on the ground is getting worse than ever. i mean, look from february 1st until now you have seen more than 7600 arm
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count on pleasures. and then the attacks on the civilians on the ground. and now leading close to the february, 1st anniversary of the brutalization by the firms military, only get stronger unlike before. now they're not really using the ground troops as, as much as they used to, but instead they used the aeroplanes in order to draw bounds. to attack the civilians. they use all kinds of big weapons. and this is where it's getting so intense. empties in thailand have approved the 1st draft of a controversial new law for ta to control of non governmental organizations. the government says the new powers are for national security reasons. tony chang reports fresh vegetables unloaded into the office of a local charity in the coastal town of somewhat. second, the food is
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a lifeline for more than $10000.00 migrant workers. we've lost jobs in the seafood industry because of the coven 19 crisis. but the charity relies on donations mainly from overseas that will become almost impossible to manage under the new law. yet m neville, i am lock up and go back to law will not allow organisations found of americans to be registered. what might be very if it becomes law, how will r n j o is founded by my rents survive? at b, as in international sanctions, were placed on thailand's fishing industry in 2015. as well as the legal fishing, non governmental organizations, orange years had exposed to polling working practices such as traffic, labor and slavery on fishing boats. the government has initiated reforms, but similar exposes would be a legal under the draft law. the new legislation would also allow the tie government to scrutinize sensitive records and communications of organizations based in thailand, but operating in authoritarian regimes in the region amongst the country. and i,
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ah, can body are we exam allow, they do not have a lot of see the society and internet. so how can i say since us in bangkok that we are going to be next killed already? very soon. in the past 18 months, there have been freakin protests against the government and the monarchy, but attempts to arrest and jail. the leaders have, in some cases, been frustrated by organization's representing their legal and constitutional rights. the former generals that lead the government, have made no secret of their disdain for such organizations. and their desire for more control. none the less, critics say the current draft is far too broad. even basic humanitarian work could be threatened by this new law. the organizes of these food donations for those people of faith by the coven, 19 downturn, concerned. they could be shut down because their work could be perceived to show
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thailand and the government in a bad light to many who live on the margins of society, such as the homeless and yos of providing help. where there is no government aid. ha ha ha mode he mc one. thou art, this is a clear violation of our rights. our work is for the greater good and the people, and only society will judge us. even if the government's persuaded to make substantial revisions to his angio law, it's likely to be keeping a much closer eye on organizations such as this. tony chang al jazeera, bangkok, ah, this is al jazeera and these other top stories agencies more say more then.


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