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if many young uses feel isolated, anxious and depressed, currently there is a grand national experiment that is taking place upon our kids. why attack companies not sufficiently regulated? they don't want people to know what's happening on their car phone. and when will society catch up? turn people that anyone have for those who as own fault lines investigates a toxic bead social media and teen mental health on al jazeera home. and i'm told stories and asia pacific analogy ah. ready every 100 ukrainian women and children rescued from a besieged steel works plant. in the shattered port city of maria poll. there's as
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the u. s. how speak a nancy pelosi becomes the highest ranking american official to visit. keith and washington makes new moves against russian oligarchs. ah gloves. hurrah many watching out there like my headquarters here and are also coming up. the and chief walls of a food energy and economic crisis. nafrica fueled by the war in ukraine. and israel forces arrest hundreds of palestinian miners every year. we meet a 14 year old accused of doing something. he says he didn't welcome to the program ukraine's president says about a 100 civilians have been brought out of a besieged steel works plant in barrier poll, elderly women, mothers with small children, were seen being helped out of the rubble of the plant. i'm boarding buses. the evacuation is being done by the un and red cross in coordination with ukrainian and
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russian forces. many are expected to go to ukrainian held areas. so managed to day. finally, we managed to start the evacuation of the people from as of style. after many weeks of negotiations and many different meetings, people calls countries proposals. finally, there was not a single day that we didn't try to find a solution to ensure the safe rescue of those people to day for the 1st time during this war. this vital safe passage started working 2 days at cease fire on the whole territory, and we managed to rescue more than 100 people, civilians, women, and children who were hiding it as of style. to morrow morning, 100 of the rescued people are supposed to come to the region of separate shya pray to god that they are in that place of safety. to morrow we will ensure all the conditions to continue evacuating people from mary paul to morrow at 8 o'clock in the morning. oh,
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deserves hot abdulla medicines operate show where some of the vacuum ease from maria pole are being sent. well, according to the end, we are not expecting any civilians arrive here by end of day to day may be to morrow. ah, it did well from what we know is that the evacuation and the safe passage has been put in place since yesterday. that's when the un buses and the teams of both the u . n. and international red cross have arrived in the vicinity of the steelworks. we do know that the number of civilians did come out yesterday, saturday, up to 20 of them. we don't have any figures about how many did come out today if any at all, or do you and at this point is not giving any details, but it is saying that the operation is continuing. it takes a lot of work. it takes a lot of coordination between the ukrainian side and the russian side, a lot of mediation, and
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a lot of vetting of those who are coming out. so this is going to be a lengthy operation that can take a few days. we probably, at some point going to start seeing buses arriving here in the upper regis about a 3 hour drive under normal circumstances that may be much longer because of the current situation on the ground. but certainly it is a very delicate air, a evacuation that do you and, and the red cross a handling. and they're trying to give as little detail as possible. but they are saying it is continuing and at the moment seem it's things seem to be going as smooth as it's possible in a battle ground. will your son speaking nancy pelosi has told ukraine's lee to her country is that for the fight during a trip to keith, washington is also looking at new ways to squeeze russian all the galks to the benefits of ukrainians. alan fischer reports sniffing. august,
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2nd in line to the u. s. president st. nancy pelosi is the highest ranking u. s. official to visit ukraine. the speaker of the house lead a congressional delegation to keep and spend 3 hours with the ukranian president vladimir zalinski. he will not be bullied by bullies, essay making threats. you cannot act down. that's my view of it that you were there for the fight. and you cannot. you cannot fold to a bully. we're in the u. s. delegation discussed the big 3 issues for the ukrainians, security, humanitarian support and financial aid. we need this bills for ukraine's fight for freedom of president joe biden has already announced a new $33000000000.00 aid package. senate leader chuck schumer says they're going after russian president vladimir putin, friends and allies in the legislation of the 33000000000. i will be adding provisions that allow us to go after the oligarchs take their money and send it
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right to ukraine. this is the kind of stuff we're talking about. yas mansions, at the moment, you can seize assets and fries them, new legislation would make it easier to season sale. funneling the money back to ukraine is a tactic used against organized crime in the us. there will be processes and protections in place to her unwarranted seizures. now one of the things that humor and his team are talking about are having an expedited review process so that any appeals could be may quickly. the senate could start moves on the new package. this week, the house is on a break, but could push through any legislation quickly with the support from both parties. joe biden could have a bill to sign within 2 weeks. i would, fisher, i'll just eat up washington. no rush, or is intensifying attack. same that seizing more tara tree needs to new crane. the town of dorothy lay out on 50 kilometers from the front line was targeted on
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saturday. 7 people were injured when a residential building was struck. charl stratford has law on the east and offensive from the town of gabriella. the russian missile slammed into the ground only meters away from this block of flats. who knows how many people would have been killed if it had been a direct hit? another attack as part of vladimir putin so called special operation in ukraine wrecking civilian lives. even front doors deep inside the building buckled on to the force of last. good miller has lived here in the eastern tailed of the propeller for more than 50 years off by his tractor sin where i live here alone. as my husband was killed mining coal and my son died. i had gone out for a walk when it hit. i know how like he, i am to be alive, but i have virtually nothing left. how can i live and i don't know. that old firmly
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portrait lies among the rubble of books. her deceased husband used to read, stand to be destroyed, bookcase, family members have come to help. look miller, clear, the debrief olga holds a chunk of shrapnel. she failed on the sitting room floor floor. there was the j e m. why did they hit here? this is a residential apartment block. why, for what are the tanks? here are the soldiers. this is not a battlefield. we have a school here and kindergarten. civil defense teams attached policy sheets to one of luke millers, destroyed windows. other residents throw the remnants of their belongings to the pavement below. only 7 people suffered mind that injurious explosion. it's incredible that nobody was killed in this attack and it comes at a time when, according to the ukrainian army, russian forces are preparing for
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a major offensive. and they are increasingly attacking areas like this one. well behind the front line, close by a vast crater skulls, the woodland, where another missile exploded. ukrainian military says russian forces a gradually increasing the intensity of their offensive and eastern ukraine. saturday wallpaper hangs in charles from louisville as kitchen wall. she says she hopes the ukrainian army can keep russian forces back and she doesn't know what she will do. if they come tell stuff it al jazeera, the little pillar, eastern new grade. the russian military is accusing ukraine of shelling his own civilians and villages around the occupied city of cas on ukraine. hasn't responded to the allegations. guess home was one of the 1st cities to fall during the initial stages of the russian invasion. and there have been regular protest there against the occupations there even reports and civilians and are demonstrating against
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russian plans to introduce the ruble as the main currency of the city. the 2nd farmers are amongst the millions of ukrainians who fled the wall. a number of them have joined an international circus in the netherlands. alongside back from bella, ruth and russia stepped vass and went to meet the door to see how the show is getting on. 15 year old ilia malott called for studying acrobatics at the circus coolant. give until the war broke out is now living as a refugee in germany, trying to continue his studies. he sent videos of his exercises to his coach, was still in keith. and yet the rep, otherwise there are busy. ah, but i really enjoyed going to the circus school and to rehearse the response from the audience made me happy. but everything has changed since the start of the war. never was my bringing ukrainian pollution and other
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international artist together does that circus direct to hopes that a long tradition can be continued despite the war. the messages are, let us help at one time, the whole world is going to be a circus world because we are to prove that it's possible to work live together weights, so much different nationalities together. all gamma who tova from belarus, performing on the so called russian bar with 2 ukrainian colleagues, is one example who's been at houston spirit with artist who remained professional, who still have a good relationship, rushes miller russians. it doesn't matter that seemed like it. so that is a fancy of it. i lost a lot of friends. i worked in russia for a long time. we don't communicate with each other. ah,
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circus has long been an odd form that has brought ukrainian and russian performance will gather because of the war. and that's now only possible in countries as far away as the netherlands. but for some sharing a states together, it's difficult with all that's been going on. i'm esparza farley and managed to fleet a ukrainian city of if been, which was heavily attacked by russian forces. she sat for now she can't perform to get a wet, a rush and colleagues be at the same band with it. and i can't do this now. i would feel i would betray my people because they are fighting for my country. people are dying at a moment that would not be possible for me. oh, a few days before the show, several russian artists cancelled. despite their trauma anastasia and the other performers hope that one day circus came again, bring russian and ukrainian performers to gather step. fasten al jazeera door direct in the netherlands. well, still ahead here on al jazeera,
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thousands protest in small anchor against the government's handling of the worst economic crisis and decades. hungry look at ha muslims in afghanistan. a mocking eve while facing extreme poverty and tongue. ah, the journey has begun the fee for wold copies on its way to the castle group your travel package today? no, it's been raining heavily in southern char, on the line, extends up towards japan on its way are as the forecast among these are much dry, one for japan took years up to 90 degrees. a few vows in land, the heavy rains on the southern line. that's just leaving hong kong, so that gives china warm spring sunshine and that'll be recognized by rising temperatures. not just in the sas but in the north as well. so 2 examples for you.
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hong kong rises to 30 degrees where they will officially call it hot. by the time you get to 30, the rain has gone in beijing we, i'm going to use the word hot. what is that? 10 degrees above average, all time you get to wednesday, little wind around a breezy after 30 might portend a drop in temperature, but still, it's been a hot week up to that point. south this wet is the story, not hot wet. i think increasingly, so for vietnam, but also thailand and running over down towards singapore. but sure, borneo, it's a little less wet in some parts of indonesia, but it's still going to be daily shower in india, you know the story. i think big chairs in the northeast and bangladesh dangerous thunderstorms, but it, raining carolines from anchor. but the story, of course, is the heat, particularly further north for new delhi. again, it is hot not rock or breaking me, but disappointingly a line of the journey. where temperatures reach minus 30 by degrees celsius and mountain road to become
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barely possible. once movie best serve as a like line for community facing environmental and cultural change ah lounges. they were well joined the regulars on board techies in kaya analogies in mm for the me. welcome back here watching all just bear with me. the whole rom, the reminder of our top story, c u n, and red cross has completed the 1st trace of evacuating civilians from the sol steel plant in multiple more than 100 civilians headed to ukrainian control
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territory and to areas helped by russian forces in eastern ukraine, the speaker of the us house of representatives, us thank you friends present what she described as his sight of freedom during a visit to keep nancy pelosi reassured bottom, isn't he continued support and russia is intensifying attack, same to seizing more territory needs some ukraine. the town of dorothea was targeted on saturday, certain people injured when residential building was struck by the un secretary general antonia guitar. russia's incentive go over the start of a 3 country toward the west. africa could, harish, was that russia's invasion of ukraine threatens to devastate some of the least developed african countries. he said to meet somebody affected by the violence of instability in the hell region. the fighting as the space more than 2000000 people . the classic has more from darker inside this bakery and downtown the car is a long queue of people trying to get a loaf of bread more. he was here too,
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at the pump, in this gas station for the visiting un secretary general antonio good terrorist. this may be the beginning of the consequences of the russia ukraine crisis, more shortages of fuel rising prices of commodities, and he's warning traders not to hoard these basic commodities because this would have drastic effects on people here. 41000000 people are need of urgent humanitarian assistance. how many of them suffering from acute malnutrition? g, please your flow. i have said several times that we need to reform with the global financial system, which is model bank properties. and it was designed by the rich for the rich. but in this emergency situation, we should use all the mechanisms available to benefit developing countries, especially in africa. and general terrorist is meeting president like you saw was also the chair of the african union,
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and they'll be discussing the said back in democracy in the region has been a number of who's whether it be in molly for kina more recently. and then guinea, they're the military leaders have just to know that they want to stay in power for another 39 months. he'll be visiting news air and geron next, but not malia home to the biggest and most expensive here. and also the millions of people that are suffering both from humanitarian crisis and displacement of the need for the us presence in the region. increasingly there will be more operation here. is there any forces arrest? hundreds of palestinian children, every rights organizations say they're subjected to abuse and struggle to get legal representation. 14 year old pal as i was detained for 12 days before being released that abraham follows his family's journey. ah,
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a melody of love for the homeland is coming to weakness point the client is a string point and so this is a feeling we have been suffering, lack of sleep as he is asleep. when we beat him up going up. i don't know. i was shaking out of fear the interrogate. his asked if i was cold. i didn't know they asked if i was scared by sid. i was a strong person a while ago. what change they wanted me to confess to doing something? i didn't do a 1000 release thought the jazz eat up all the rights of under h. defendants are protected throughout the rest investigation, prosecution and sentencing. but human rights organization disagree. children as young as 12 can be convicted in his records and the credit for continually fear of elaine, the rest takes place at night without the presence of parents or legal counsel. the interrogation is done, involve hall environment, and that doesn't allow children to be safe. if you have the confession, the child is taken to a military court to extend their arrest without
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a lawyer. f l says he's eager to get back to his violent classes and palestinian folk dancing. he wants to escape reality, even if it's for a short while. but he knows he'll never escape that experience with him. eligible eda occupied westbank to his presence as his country will have a new constitution within days. and a televised address con said that a committee will be formed to write the constitution. what he called a new republic site initiated a political crisis 9 months ago by sucking the government, suspending parliament and taking emergency powers. his opponents labeled to move a cou, the muslims are marking the 1st day of the eagles at the holiday, which comes to the end of the holy month of ramadan. but in have gone on poverty, acute hunger and unemployment, and making it difficult so many to celebrate. sarah cairo has more it's not a holiday for afghans waiting by the roadside hoping to be given
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a job. 40 years of war, economic decline, severe poverty, and the worst drought in decades has force many afghans on to the streets, not knowing where their next meal will be. oh, wrong, there has been without work for months. the bricklayers resorted to begging out of desperation, while his children tried to sell plastic bags or what i got on by good guy gardener . i used to in good money, but now there's no work. the change of governments made the situation a lot worse. when we go door to door, asking to help with kicked out, but sometimes i'm just looking for a piece of bread. while our comfortable clinically the taliban takeover of afghanistan last august, forced nearly 3 quarters of a 1000000 people from their homes. you ins. refugee agency says the country is facing the world's worst humanitarian crisis. enemy go mac, but i you to his line to the pockets of the occupiers,
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the u. s. and politicians for more than 20 years. and now the age they're giving like a sack of flour or 5 kilo's of oil, can't cure the pain of our country. we want them to assist by providing job opportunities and economic relations. afghans are drowning in the oceans to get to europe and dying in the snowy mountains of turkey, just to find work. the united nations estimates that more than half the population of $24000000.00 afghans are facing acute food shortages. that's a 30 percent increase from last year and one step away from famine. you know, when you meet people like i have one, i'm out across the country that have tell that tell me that they have never had to come to the viet p before for food assistance their lives have just been devastated with the loss of jobs. ah, you know, unable to feed their children, i've never seen a such nation deteriorate as quickly. and as up the scale that i have witnessed
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over the last, it's 9 month last month you and launch the largest 8 appeal ever for a country of more than $5000000000.00. m u and appealed last week to the 900 states . the end it's freeze on asking for an asset agency said they don't receive international support soon enough gun, histones hunger crisis will go from bad to worse. and then they'll have to choose between who gets one layer of bread or to so to hide it's al, jazeera, the rescues in china, her full day 7 survivor from the ruins of a residential building which clumps from friday. earlier they rescued a woman who been stuck between the fridge and the walls. since the building came down, 16 people are still trapped in the rubble of the 8 store rebuilding in him. non province. may day events have been held worldwide for international labor day. a 6 day protest march in sri lanka was time to end in the capital. people went from the
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central city of candy to columbia, demanding the president's resignation. but often unders has more for many shalon codes of traditional workers, d. o. mediate this year was all about getting rid of the roger pox, a government. thousands of people joined a 60 march from candy to colombo, organized by the mean opposition. some luggage on about a vega reactive, isn't it? but on, you know, that we can't watch this any longer. honestly. why do people have to suffer such hardship? there's no food, no getting. the mother is in one queue. the father isn't the mother, and the church are in more queues. i never expected. the demands and the posters are familiar. go to go home, they read. give us stolen money back enough of fooling the people now leave looking glass crowds from across sri lanka, join marchers who converged on a road leading to an independence monument. many a struggling to make ends meet since the price of food medicine,
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fuel and cooking guess increase between $30.00 and a 100 percent. shortages are common either because of supply issues or holding by some traders. inflation he 30 percent in april. the main opposition says the government has no choice but to resign. no pry of the master brought up a home that may be asking the president to go home rehab, realize that a big nearby very much it can be done upon to does not change. read exit president, think about it, and you going to a parliamentary 6 about big america says if the roger pox brothers who hold the presidency and try minister shipping, take this option, people will get off the streets and the challenge of improving the economy can be addressed protested will have surrounded the president's office for more than 20 days, say successive governments in independence have looted the country. but the accused, the raj boxes of severely mismanaging the economy,
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resulting in depleted foreign reserves at a time of a global financial crisis. prompted by the and demick, thousands of shill luncheons are continuing to speak out like these marchers who have been walking for more than 100 kilometers. they're demanding the raj, epoxy brothers and the government resign and insist they won't be fooled by the government's attempt to avoid solving the crisis. mina fernandez or just 0 colombo health care workers and those in low paid jobs of called for better salaries at a rally for workers rights in venezuela's capital prison. nicholas madeira address, thousands of supporters at a separate may day event in caracas. he blamed the u. s. of venezuela's economic problems work as in trade unions across europe have taken part and made a marches from france to italy, in turkey, when he used the occasion to demand peace. sonya hagar repulse o police in assembled stop an attempt to reach the central areas of
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a turkish city. this he has made a demonstration, took place against the backdrop of economic hardship and soaring inflation. a combination of authority, spare that could ignite social unrest. earliest part of the city were allowed to hold rallies and celebration of laborers and the working class around the world. popular areas of stumbles, tax him square and stickler street were closed off. any one entering them was detained. least 100. 64 people were arrested for attempting to hold an illegal protest. in paris, thousands of people marched just one week after the reelection of president and manuel back home the many who were protesting against economic policies. in particular, the prospect of increasing the retirement age from 62 to 65, which has been criticized by the unions and political opponents looking to make
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strides. next month's parliamentary elections. the battle is not between contracted work and free time. here we come before an election that will allow us to defeat, so intend to keep you working until the age of 65. but this was not just a protest of words. police charged for testers off of a damage. so from attempted to late day bri along the street. in italy, the 3 main trade unions gathered in the central town of a c. c. mead is called the piece a reminder perhaps of how the conflict in ukraine is pushing up prices of commodities. they also stress safety for workers and the need for higher wages, like other countries, it leads economic growth has been affected by the war in ukraine. and the risk of recession remains high. it's still heavily dependent on russian energy supplies,
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despite attempts to win itself off. and that is an issue which many countries will have to address as a war drag on algebra. ah, i don't see on there with lisa hill rahman in doha, reminder of our top stories. the un in red cross have completed the 1st phase of evacuation civilians from the as of south steel plant in multiple more than $100.00 civilians headed to ukrainian control territory and to areas held by russian forces in eastern the crime.


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