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my heart, if he doesn't bring any loss foot into simple, let us practice this ah global outrage off to saudi coalition. air strikes, hit a detention center in yemen. at least 70 people are killed according to doctors without borders. ah. other given l, this is l g r life. doha, also coming up, ukrainians. worry about their future. while the u. s. and russia failed to break a deadlock of the military build up on the border. erased out, hawkins, recovering from the devastation caused by info canada or russian. how china is
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trying to extend its influence by providing aid, o bouldin's, americans march to the supreme court, demanding a sweeping roll back of abortion rights. ah, un secretary general, antonio quoterush is calling for an investigation of the asterix by the saudi coalition. the 370 people died in the attacks in yemen, according to doctors without borders. a detention center holding migrants in sadala was bombed. strikes also targeted the port city of her data at the, from medicare to james bass reports from un headquarters in new york. as strikes have been carried out on who the hell territory in yemen all week. but this one was by far the most, dec. i'm the main target seems to have been
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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. bombardment this week by the saudi led coalition 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 the controlled areas. the current president of the counselors, no way i asked is ambassador mona jewel for her countries reaction to the scale of the death toll in sedar. it's it's, it's not acceptable and be absolutely ad call for ad, for a strength on old. finally, after the meeting, the ambassador of the united arab emirates flanked by representatives of 6 other
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council members, including the permanent members, the u. k. france, and the u. s. gave a statement that this agree just aggression by the her thies as well as the proliferation of missile and other technology that enabled the terrorist attack. she made no mention of the saddam attack by the coalition of which the u. a is one of the 2 main members. so i pressed the ambassadors, your defense on the law has to be proportionate. does it not? and the president of the council, no way speaking in a national cack capacity, said the attack that took place and saddam was on except to what you have heard to day. 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. i'm not asking you about that. 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 hurry to the coalition statement on that matter. but i
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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 of credit. as the security council's approach as one sided, the council did issue a statement. but again, only on the drone attack, on abu dhabi, 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 investigations. james bowes al jazeera at the united nations of mall, and the says speak to mom at all top, hers and some are a mom. and what response has there been, if any, so far to this attack regarding the read, there is no response from, from the whole. these are from the ministry of health here in santa and also from the human rights rights ministry, which is run by the hotel here. they condemned at such attack on prisoners,
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an unmade, who was still waiting for these sentences. the condenser, and those who have called on the international community to, to, to, to blame saudi arabia for such, and especially the quality and for such attacks. the say the vision of the 1st attack on sibling and gatherings of the say that the all over the 7 years, many civilians have lost their lives and indiscriminate attacks on civilians. the, the situation there are the people there are sold under the debris for survivals. at least according to the ministry of pal who has held a press conference before the the, the place which, which i was targeted yesterday early yesterday. the said that the total death of the big problem from the inmates has reached 80 to wiley, 266 people have been killed and injured. so the, the, the call has increased and has risen the l. so the, the,
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the ministry of health who has held this press conference there also condemn the, on the, on the humans internet gate that has, that has both yemen, the whole nation to total black out of internet. so people don't have here access to the internet. this may have difficulty for a number of words, for lumber of activities. now people are suffering also from the shortage of oil fuel, the ministry of oil, which is run by the how the say that the blame the, the, the saudi quality for what the say that the be making it difficult for the, the flow, the smooth flow of fuel into areas and regions under console of the hoses, though, you could see a long queues of club cars and buses waiting for their turn to refill their augusta tags. so these are living here in,
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in yemen and is currently unbearable for many civilians. the, the, the, the situation has reached a, has reached the alarming levels for the many civilians b via facing all day and night. but the, the boring parties are still continuing there. there were there war despite of the, the impacts on the civilian society. all right, thank you very much there. mohammed, i'll top in santa that in ukraine. hundreds of people have formed a chain along the banks of the din per river. it's to show their solidarity against the escalating tension between moscow and key f. a russian troop held up on the ukrainian border has raised fairs of conflict for those living in the country. or that army reports from keith. i know many of the she's come to pay her respects not to forget friends lost since the war broke out
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in the east of the country in 2014 in their sorrow. got sca was a volunteer back then providing support to the soldiers on the front line. the idea of possible renewed fighting worries her me of course i think her the words going on and on from 2014. ah, i don't know where we have a big we're 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 reason delivery of mid ridge weapons. but elsewhere around here, people are going about their daily lives wondering if war is as imminent as their
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leaders. i have been warning. there's also offense among people here that the situation is made more complicated because of the competition 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 crimea soon after russia. 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 via 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 v v. believe that this is just a part of game, like, let's say, a kind of trade in, you know, we would sure what states we'll provide to rush on the pressure, et cetera. so we hope it, sol, blubbering, i think, but for catch a push,
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ne and skia, the problems also come from within. she hasn't returned to her home tom of logan's, since pro russian separatist took over me, i thought she summed up to do the problem 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. h is on ukrainians. have learned to live with a 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 the ukrainians. hood abdul, hamid elder 0 give of gone the sounds, and terry minister says employees of the previous government on not being targeted by the telephone and sit down interview sir. didn't. connie told al jazeera that the new administration is keeping his word on the issue. he requested we blow his
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face a move hallmark in the college blue circus. the supreme leader announced the general amnesty for all of the employees of the previous government. and on that basis we should not discriminate against any of them. so no one can data promises. there are some elements of ill intentioned individuals who conduct sabotage operations in afghanistan and seek to destabilize the security situation. it's been a week since the volcanic eruption answer now me now, tongue. i destroyed large parts of the south pacific nation. so for several days, they were cut off from the rest of the world, but now 8 is flowing in and is wayne hay reports. there may be more than just good will behind the donations much needed 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
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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 trying to get back to work or restore some sense of normality, 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 the smaller pacific island nations, including tawna, is clearly being plenty of generosity on display here as there has been at 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
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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 2016. 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 pressure coming in from united states, a straight for somebody to be looking after the south pacific is very strong. now, tommy's parliamentary speaker says it's important that any future aid money benefits that people done or this very sensitive topic. but ah, you know, ty, except a lot of foreign aid from, from many different places around the world. and we just need to ensure that that aid is funneled in a sustainable fashion. at the moment the aid is flowing in the form of donations, but longer term rebuilding may be a more complicated affair. wayne, hey,
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al jazeera, all claims still had on al jazeera mass protest in malawi, anger grows over the government handling of an economic crisis. pulling funding out of me and mom, energy giants condemned the country's human rights record as they leave ah, soggy and hewett across south australia. hello everyone, good to see you. and about half a year's worth of rain has fallen over the last few days, and still more to come on sunday. in the zone, we could see anywhere from about a 100 to a $150.00 millimeters in terms toward the south, west pers, at $38.00 degrees. you did set a new record 5 days in a row, at 40 and above, but you're now gonna snap out of this heat wave down to 31 degrees on tuesday,
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which is more in line with where you should be for this sub the year. you know, for new zealand, not bad right now, but we do have some rain getting ready to move in for now. it's gonna saunter round this area for the next 24 to 48 hours. it's not till tuesday. so here we go. are that it pivots in to the northland region. so that's going to impact auckland with a high of $26.00 degrees. next stop are going to southeast asia there in not falling at the same intensity across sumatra, jack and was popular. and next stop china. that slug of rain it's been impacting central eastern areas is shot out toward the east china sea. we've got some drenching re moving into southern sections of japan. now this is going to run into some colder air and produce snow toward western in northern areas and the days to come. but a very what day for khaki shima on sunday. grab the umbrella. ah . on counting to cost one year of the blind and administration,
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how has the u. s. economy fed unemployment done, but inflation is pulp and americans aren't happy about it. and also turkey's unconventional approach to inflation, could it actually boost economic growth? pelting the cost on al jazeera, unprompted undone, interrupted discussions from our london broadcast center. oh, now to sierra. ah ah, ah. watching al jazeera reminder of our top stories this hour, more than 70 people have been killed by a saudi coalition, as strike and yemen. that's according to doctors without borders. and treaty
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officials, un secretary general, is calling for an investigation. people in ukraine say the build up of russian troops at the board. i mean, they're living in fear of further war. the u. s. and russia have been holding talks to try and defuse the situation. 250000 leaches of drinking water delivered by the nuclear. the navy is being distribution across toga, physiology, delivery of fresh water to the islands the week after a volcanic eruption abs unami bass process have been taking place in malawi. his anger grows against the government, demonstrated the demanding president lazarus chunk, where to address an economic crisis and rising prices. harmon, tulsa reports these demonstrators in malawi are running out of patience with the government. they want presidents, lazarus, chuck, we had 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 out. people are suffering,
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no jobs, no business, especially the sam during the call, the period we've been here, todd. so we are turning government to reduce some of the basic needs the business from what it is like a shorter booking or matches. so, so to clear, i became president 2 years ago. and he and seated the 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 dissolving the economic crisis. but the grown of ours pandemic isn't making things easy, or prison, lazarus markup each operator is doing, or he can to make sure that he, the malawi, coloma is getting to where it's supposed to be. so it is not right to say that to someone is mismanaging. i mean, what's the benefit for someone mismanagement and economy?
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some in the country agree. the government is in the original, the original settlement with governments over the world. and the i think was, were, was government are suffering, the women i read. so for, i think that the vicksburg vision for the one organizing demos is short sighted. but people here say they are struggling and are tired of empty promises. they vowed there be more demonstrations in the coming weeks until they demands i'm it harder. matessa algebra, anti abortion rights activists have gathered in washington dc for the annual march for life reli. it mocks anniversary of a landmark supreme court ruling in 1973 that legalized abortion thousands march to the supreme court, which is considering 2 state bands limiting access to abortions. if the justices uphold those laws, the historic rolling will be overturned. how did your cost was out the rally?
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it is the $49.00 anniversary of the roe vs wade court decision, which gave access to abortion to american women. and these marchers are adamant that access and immediately these are anti abortion activists. and they represented minority of americans only one in 5 say that all abortion should end in this country, but they are a vocal minority and they believe right now they have the win behind their sale. that's because last year in conservative states, more than $100.00 new restrictions on abortion took effect. and just yesterday, the us supreme court again declined to immediately end them on abortions after 6 weeks in the state of texas. but the big cor case still pending before the us supreme court is a case of whether roe vs wade should be overturned altogether. in other words, whether or not to remove that rights to abortion in america. and these activists
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believe that with the conservative leaning on the user frame for 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 end abortions with us, with more than 130000 deaths due to the pandemic. no country in the middle east has said worse than iran, and now is the micro variance spreads the official of one. another wave is imminent . russel sir dahl reports from terror on the number of cory, 1000 cases had been floating in iran. but don't worry, trent didn't last long, and there has been another spike in infections despite a better than average rate of explanations. more than 70 percent of the company's eligible population of 72000000 has received 2 doses. of course, 19 vaccines and nearly 13000000 have had their 3rd shot minute jeffrey is among them. oh job. in considering the tough past 2 years,
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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 recorded it's worth daily tally with around 50000 infections and more than 700 debts. ah, but thanks to a mess recognition campaign, by the middle of this month, the daily that tool stood around 20 the lowest in nearly 2 years. but the situation now seems to be changed again. the or megan valiant 1st detected in the counter. the last month is boosting the daily infections taught all provinces around iran or reporting of to it to fall increase in active cases. and the number of iranians mavin hospital treatment is also on the rise. and the manager albert economy experts are warning the number of infections by the end of february could go up to
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a total of 600000 is called at the moment v r in a very bad economy situation. we're worry about medications shortage because of the sanction or hospital beds shortage. what the prospect vill face on a crisis, a disaster. you're worried 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 sort of buy a new a wolf cove. 19, where she said that o, j 0 to her on a fire at a high rise residential building in been by has killed at least 7 people and injured more than 15 others. hundreds of people were rescued as fine trucks rushed in to dance the flames and the 20 story residents. it's not known what started the
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fire. 1300 migrants have been rescued from the mediterranean, yet the southern italian island of lampa do so. the italian coast guard says they were on an overcrowded wooden boat, which was at risk of capsizing. more than 120000 people crossed the mediterranean to get into europe last year. ministers from greece, poland and italy had taken part in a border security conference. in lithuania, they say, reinforcing borders, cracking down on people, smugglers will protect e you citizens, and those who make dangerous journeys to europe out until a board is our firm position would cease, reflect that in the joint statement, signed by 16 member states of the european union the majority of your members they, they want that we adopted the day, is that border protection is critical for toppling the european migration crises in order for the european asylum system to properly function. energy giants,
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chevron and total have pulled out of a major gas project and me and mar, because of the was in human rights situation of to last year's coo rights groups have welcome to the decision. the energy sector has been the armies biggest source of foreign income. total and chevron are the only companies to leave me in mar, after the military take over norway's talent or is in the process of selling it's me and mar, subsidiary, which was one of the nation's largest mobile phone networks. british american tobacco pulled out and october. it had employed more than 100000 people before the scoop. and toyota has delayed plans to build cars in the city of yan gone. mara de gay par is from the unitarian universalist service committee, which works on human rights and disaster relief. she says the move won't have a big impact on government finances. the problem is that the, if the, the military is still receiving money from other channel,
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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 last about a 1000000 a year, which is put a lot of money for the firms military and bad is when they're going to lose the fund that can, can, can allow them to buy further. all kinds of sophisticated, strong weapons that they've 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 on on pleasures. and then the attacks on the civilians on the ground. and now leading close to the february,
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1st anniversary of the brutalization by the permits 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 use the aeroplanes in order to drop bombs to attack the civilians . they use all kinds of big weapons. and this is where it's getting so intense and peas and thailand have approved the 1st draft of the controversial new law for time 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 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 and that will become almost impossible to manage under the new law.
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yet m w, i am locked up in o'clock, de la will not allow organisations found of americans to be registered. what might be very, if it becomes law, how will r and g o is founded by migrants survived? 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. yeah, i ah mar, cambodia. we have nam, allow, they do not have a lot of the, the society and internet. so how can i say since has in bangkok that we are going
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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 organisations representing their legal and constitutional rights . the former generals that lead the government have made no secret of their disdain for such organisations 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 sites by the cove at 19 downton concerned, they could be shut down because their work could be perceived to show thailand and the government in a bad light to many who live on the margins of society. such as the homeless and yos are providing help where there's no government aid ha, ha,
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make or model mc one? ah, 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 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 ching, al jazeera, bangkok, flooding and landside in peru have cut off access to the ancient city of much, peachy mud and flood water, have submerge roads and rail tracks. in and around. the unesco welled heritage site terrace. stranded in the area are being moved out. ah, is out there and these are the top stories more than 70 people have been killed by a saudi coalition. air strike in yemen, according to doctors with.


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