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on al jazeera, a simple act of flying a flag, but in the occupied west bank reading, the palestinian flag could get you shot or arrested after the also ports of the $8900.00 ninety's between the palestine liberation organization and israel. that bound on the palestinian flag was listed, but on the ground it's becoming much harder to express. any type of support for the palestinian call. one day there are no palestinian flags. the next to each are filled with. it's a really wide tier net by young men who were not even born with these railey government, for the delay or the palestinian flag is niga ah cousins killed in a blaze inside the church in egypt, the far as being blamed on an electrical
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ah. 11 o'clock, this is out there a life window, holes that coming up from 8 people in the gum until it gets to boston occupied east. jerusalem. a suspect has turned himself in critical call. go good set to leave ukraine. you and ship is being filled with grain bound for drought affected east africa. i'm going to smith in southwest france where the country's longest drought in living memory is leaving rivers dangerously low. ah. the star with breaking news from egypt, at least at 41 people have been killed in a far inside the church. the blaze was inside the i say, for an church, these life pictures, you can see the smoke still
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a rising from the roof of the church flames licking up near the tower of the church, 5000 worshippers said to be inside at the time. far as being blamed on an electrical phone, it's reported that it's time pete was followed as a result, will bring you more on that just as we get it here it out there. and we're breaking news from armenia. there's been an explosion at large market in the capital, you're event, setting up a fire and trapping people under rebel. the facts, news agencies cited armine as emergency service. the same, the expression occurred in the building in this tomorrow market, where fireworks are sold. the cause, the blast isn't yet no emancipated to carry out an attack an occupied east. jerusalem, whose hand himself into police a people were injured in the shooting on sunday morning leave. the gunman,
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targeted districts and passengers on the bus. the police have not ruled out the possibility of another person being involved. that's as you can name has more now from occupied east jerusalem. police say that a suspect ambushed a bus, a bus pulled into the parking lot, and as people were boarding the bus, they say that they heard gunshots, people dropped to the ground, began bleeding. then there were screams and warnings that they were under attack. the bus driver says that he tried to pull away, but the wheelchair accessibility ramp was lowered to accommodate a passenger and he was unable to pull away the numbers. keep changing, but right now what we have are 8 people injured, 3 of them americans, 2 in critical condition. one of them includes a pregnant woman in her thirties. there are media reports that she had an emergency c section. her baby was 26 weeks old and the baby has died again. that has not been
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confirmed by the police. now after the shooting, there was a massive manhunt. it lasted about 6 hours. police fanned out into a palace to be a neighborhood in east jerusalem called sil won. they began rating houses. they've formed checkpoints across jerusalem, searching cars. and it closed off the western wall entrance in areas near the old city as they went on their man hunt. there is c c t v footage of the shooter, that no doubt aided police in their search. but then at about 7 38 o'clock this morning, police say a 24 year old man walked into a local police station and turned himself in. police say they have confiscated the gun used now there are media reports that this 24 year old man acted alone, that he is not tied to any groups armed groups that he has a criminal record, but was not on any kind of a security watch list. all that we've heard so far from the police though,
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is that this 24 year old man is a resident of east jerusalem. now green is being loaded onto the 1st united nations, chanted vessel in the port of it pip denny in ukraine. this will be the 1st shipment of food aid for drought affected east africa since russia's evasion in february more than 16 much vessels of left ukraine in the past 2 weeks after deal was broken between keith and moscow. and more than $400000.00 tons of produce of left ukrainian port since august. the 1st at the you end at food price index shows global prices dropped 8.6 percent between june and july. and the u. n. charged ship, which will depart for to boot in the coming days. it will report, it will transport more than $23000.00 tons of wheat while un humanitarian coordinator in ukraine says, a shipment will bring much need to relieve to drought at regions. this shipment and w b will say more about it is the 1st that will help many shipments to come to countries
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that are suffering great difficulties there at least 5 who are already in famine like conditions. and another 20 that are on the what we call the watch list for famine. so these shipments are going to be hugely important to those population. the day is important, the 1st of all because her 1st where so we see brave come on that. now login, mouth, stand for the load, it was old and a few cranium grain. its 1st sheep, which will be a part of what united nation wolf's program. meanwhile, the very 1st grain shipped to depart, ukraine under that you and broke a deal as approaching the syrian port of tortoise. the rezone set sail from odessa on august, the 1st under the agreement between russia and ukraine. the cargo had been heading for lebanon, with the original by refuse delivery of the 26000 tons of cold. president
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vladimir lensky says, ukrainian forces targeting russian soldiers shooting at all from a nuclear power station. russia and ukraine have traded blame for the shilling, run this average. a plant is spot fears of a nuclear catastrophe, glanton and this is jimmy li, occupiers are trying to intimidate people in an extremely cynical way, using this app for region nuclear power plants. the actually hide behind a station. they may constant provocations with shelly and tried to increase the number of troops there in order to continue black mailing our country and the entire free world acquisition. or she could visually in every russian soldier who either strikes the plant or shoots from its territory, must realize that he will become a special target for our intelligence. special services for our armies. author salman rushdie is no longer an a ventilator and is able to talk of to being stabbed 2 days ago. a man accused of attacking him has been identified as 24 year old.
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heidi matter is pleaded not guilty to attempted murder. rusty was damned while speaking at the literary event in new york state on friday. the controversial award winning author has faced a death threats for years after the publication of his novel, that satanic verses, crowns is enduring as dry as summer's ins. records began. most of the country is now facing water restrictions crops, a withering nuclear power plants are operating a reduce capacity and rivers are running dry. well as smith is, is now from to lose. i was originally shami. i've never seen the river as low as this is stephane, marty tells me. he's a fisheries officer. in a normal year, the level of the garon here would be above our heads, the river cuts through to lose. it's the cities life blood, providing drinking water, irrigating farmland, and cooling a nuclear plant. stefan has had to take fish out of the river and put them into special tanks because the water is too warm, thick on. please give us unfair to put it here where they are,
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it's complicated. everything is connected. there will be less snow in the mountains . the glaciers will melt sooner. this year there has been much less snow, so less water in the mountain lakes. so pumping of the lakes is lower to keep the water longer. over 3 weeks, 40 percent of the water held in reserve in hydro electric dams, in the pyrenees. mountains has been released into the garron to keep it flowing just heat waves in europe are increasing at a faster rate than almost anywhere else on the planet. and global warming increases the likelihood of drought drying out soils and vegetation. laven firewall ha minimum. so sometimes you make up a local company, so after i'm also, we need 60 millimeters of rainfall to be able to replant the soil. crystal carpentier tells me the forecast is for 3 millimeters this week. it's not enough. no. the corn harvest across france is expected to be 18 and a half percent lower this year than last. there's already
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a global shortage because of the war in ukraine. even the sunflower of turned away from the scorching sun where there is access to water. there isn't enough to go around. crystal says she'll lose more than 30 percent of a crop this year. soon. apostrophes among god. if we don't get enough water in this region, there will be no viable agriculture. even today, the kettle farmers here have no grass on their fields to day we own a land where it's crucial to develop irrigation. if only to be able to achieve minimum profitability. francis, worst route, since records began in 1958 has affected so many aspects of how people live here. and i, i think we will, we will work a lot. we will train turned and cake and we reward because there is not enough waterfall for the foot. in july rainfall across france was down 84 percent compared to normal. according to the french weather service. the summer isn't over
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yet. bernard smith al jazeera to lose southwest france, the pacific island, the venue i to has launch, one of the world's most ambitious climate policies is already carbon negative, meaning it absorbs more than it produces of n o r 2 has now committed to 100 percent renewable energy from electricity generation, by the year 2030, it was to establish a loss and damage finance facility to support vulnerable communities. the island is pushing the international court of justice to wishing an advisory opinion on climate change harm. implementing these measures will cost nearly a $178000000.00 for the country as rated most at risk of natural disasters by the united nations. or take a low cooper as a director of climate change resilience at the secretariat of the pacific regional environment program. and she says, develop countries are obliged to take action. we've got the most low little cal trees are we are amongst the most mongrel countries in the world. they are our sip
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ro, i was our low, like assholes. we show for the highest point to start the 3 meters. if there is a we are already affected 5 very severe weather events and the ability for pacific islands who are developing countries to absorb shock and build back better is becoming more and more difficult. and this is why as a collective grouping, the pacific will not move away from the course for one with 5 degrees to stay alive. one watches, one of 5 countries in the pacific to submit a submit their 2nd. ah, andy said, but what on what to have done now is really put a spotlight on multiple countries taking the lead and really showing true leadership in the efforts to ah, in mitigation and adaptation. and when to walk to special in that it is also
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calling for highway finance and loss or damage where the cupboard is bare, basically 4 pacific other countries. so it's this leadership, despite unwatched, most negligible emissions that eas, it is important and it's important for our global family to see that if small pacific island countries i doing this despite negligible emissions, then it's a core for the global family, particularly developed countries to step up and submit their o n d. c's. look at life bitches. now from armenians, capital vieira van, where there's been an explosion at a large market in the capital, it's killed at least one person who, hearing so far it set off a far you can see their efforts being made to douse the flames as smoke billows all around it trapping people underneath the rubble. apparently this incident has done
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the inter faxed news agency at citing arminius emergency services, saying the explosion occurred in a building at the somali market, where fireworks have been sold. but the cause of the blast isn't yet known. this mountain time investigations aren't aware, you can see all the arrest the services in attendance there is that smoke blows into the skies above a capitol of armenia. a still head heron al jazeera families of 10 mine is tracked in a flooded coal mine in mexico, made desperate please to authorities to do more to help the lights of defiance. 200 kilometers from the front lines, people and keep in system life must return to no ah, the journey has begun. the faithful world camp is on its way to catherine book,
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your travel package to death. oh, hello there. great to see here is your weather report beginning in asia pacific, a lot of rain coming once again for the korean peninsula. not good news are for flood hit areas of sole of several days of rain and we're going to see those winds pick up as well. as we had to war tuesday, had a tropical storm race away from tokyo, you know, just to the southwest of soak hill. we had some landside warnings in play. tens of thousands of people had to be evacuated from their homes, but much calmer conditions in tokyo, 34 degrees. and now that, that suns out that's going to allow your temperatures to climb in the days to come . still high temperatures across the yangtze river valley wind has shifted around. so i think very good shot that shanghai will see 40 degrees on monday. quite a mass across india. we've got this disturbance moving east to west. so we're talking about lots of pradesh, chatted, scar, and then further toward the west, just getting down with rain here. so flooding is certainly
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a possibility and we'll watch it as attract, sent the pakistan which has already been dealing with driving rain as we look towards syn province also into baluchistan province as well. and punjab we've got some showers for la hor with the high 31 degrees in the middle east. just says we left it high dry and sunny though her 41 degrees on monday i saw airway issue, airlines of the journey. the world copies coming to captain in just 3 months. as the main event gets closer, we get every step of the way. hello, i'm john. i guess you're also with updates for teams and fans across the glove themes can expect some strong support here in castle with the spotlight now. one euro can france craig back to back? well, couple of drinks the all wheel poacher, golds christiano. rinaldo finally get his hands on the trophy. the welcome count on al jazeera. ah
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oh. but again, you're watching out 0, remind about top stories this hour and at least $41.00 people have been killed in a far inside church in the egyptian. steve gizzard, south cairo. the place bro card is around 5000 worshippers gathered inside the abuse if he and church cause is tempe, dozens of people were injured. have been taken to hospital at least one person has been killed in an explosion at a market in our medias. capital of the urban more than 20 others have been injured . explosion occurred in the building at the somali market with flowers over the course of the glass, isn't known. at this point. a man suspected of opening foreign people and vehicles
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in occupied his true slim has hunted himself into police. a people were injured in the attack on sunday morning. the mans believe to have shot a pedestrians and passengers on a bus and in a car. donald trump, under pressure falling reports his lawyer assigned a statement in june, confirming all classified material had been returned from the former years. president, florida home, that's according to new york times. the statement could be at odds with this week. seizure of 11 sets of classified documents from our logo, mishandling, or sharing top secret information, critical to national security is a violation of america's espionage act. trump says he had declassified all papers he took from the white house while in office. hi to jo castro as more now from washington dc. we know that not only as tromping investigative for potentially violating the espionage act, but he is also be investigated for possibly obstruction of justice. and that is what this key document speaks to. the context of this is the department of justice
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asked air subpoenaed trump and his aides back the in the spring for all of the classified materials that he had improperly removed from the white house and brought to his private residence at mar lago. that was followed up by an in person visit from the top counter intelligence off official in the department of justice, the national security division who went to mar lago again in person in june to try to get those materials back by the reporting from the new york times says that. trump's attorneys did present some classified documents, then and shortly after signed that written statement saying that there was no longer any remaining classified documents at mar a lago. that's what they said back them. but what we saw unfold on monday in that a dramatic search, oh, conducted by the f. b, i of mar logo revealed that it was not the truth because there were 11 sets of
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classify materials that were so marked that was again removed after that search. several of those materials were top secret, which is can only be held and read in a secure government building. at least one person is be killed in an explosion of multiple melamine couple of your of run. we can speak on the phone with maria to see him. she's a journalist placed in your, of, of emery, thanks for joining us at this time. what more do we know the circumstances of this explosion? hi, what we know is that at 225, there was a large explosion by the sort of market. like you said, one confirmed dead 20 injured at the moment. we have no further information. a 3 story building has partially collapsed and is still burning. in fact, i could see it right from my window, and some of the images are quite devastating to be honest. and
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it's the ongoing situation at the moment, right? watching like bitches here of 5, i'm trying to douse the flames. the smoke is billing from above the market where the explosion took place. i understand there are some reports that fireworks are sold in this marketplace. well, according to the ministry, the emergency situation, there was a building, a depot, where fireworks or parts of fireworks were stored and they believe that that has that was the cause of the explosion. but again, at this point, i cannot confirm that these are still very early moments in the, in the fire russia state use. as you see, chances said that the cities mare is crazy to say that an unspecified number of people were trapped in the rebel. you'd imagine that in a situation like this, and that's very likely to be the case, right. it is
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a very busy market. it's sunday afternoon where people, when people do actually go to the market. and that's why, at the moment it's very difficult to give any numbers, but i do suspect that the number of injured will increase and most likely the number is killed as well. but at the moment we have no further information. one final thoughts, i'm wondering how well equipped to the emergency services in the area of an hour to deal with an incident of this magnitude. well, there are a number of fire brigades on the scene at the moment. the ministry emergency situation is one of the institutions in the country that that does work well. and a very operative and if you're looking at the images, you can see that there are dozens of fire trucks on the scene right now trying to down the plains. but of this magnitude, at this point, again, i'm not on the scene. so i can't tell you the exact depth amount of the devastation,
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but it is relatively significant. and if it's fireworks, as you know, it's going to be very difficult to to, to, to stop the continuing. indeed, maria will leave it there for the moment. thanks very much indeed to join us. you know, just tell is updated in the situation in our meeting capital of your yvonne, where you're looking at the pictures of the aftermath of an explosion in a building at this tomorrow market were fireworks was old cause of the glasses and yet no nebraska services as you can see in attendance and apparently a search for survivors have trapped in rebel underway. focused on is mocking 75 years of independence in karachi as ceremonies being held at the memorial for the countries found. a mohammed ali, gina, british colonial rule ended in 1947 with the politician of india. the formation of pakistan come, a hider is in law, whole or across the country,
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the more expensive, as you can see behind me, that the monument dedicated to budget on known and death may not a budget don or the minute rate. it would that did location that in 1940 on brady tired, marge, the all india, i'm which lim, leg foster law. hold, read the legion, read george for a desperate state for them which limit of the top continent of god. and that brought monumental development in 1947, the gun, phoebe game and independent nation 75 years. it's quite a long time the country are celebrating the diamond jubilee. and this is a country where the majority population under 30 it, i think storms get dr. made ward, my dad had remained brazilian and i've got everybody a garage, budget daunted using the day before junior j. and to forget their political and
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other differences. i add their mom independence day. monday, march. so yes, since the taliban took control of afghanistan, he comes as concerns of his security growing earlier this week. and i still suicide bomber assassinated a major taliban figure at the u. s. drones drunken cabal. last month. kilt al qaeda leda. i'm and alice, our hittie. and an exclusive interview was all have been job aids, spoke to senior todd about anita on us. a connie thought that it since the signing of the agreement, we have been honoring all obligations. we dare anybody to give a single example or a single occasion where our territories were used to undermine other countries. security with the statement made by the islamic emerett explaining its position was very clear. we are committed to the doha already bought. it clearly sets out the obligations will, at least on us, as well as the us if any violation was committed. it was the us who entered our territories without permission, even without notifying us. this was
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a clear violation on the part of the us. there's is a malicious propaganda aimed at smearing the image of the islamic emerett we reject and refute these false claims. and i reiterate, we have not violated any of our obligations under the doha agreement. either we are committed to honoring our obligations while wished to see the other party honoring affairs and live up to their responsibilities tre and wished flights of resumed a camera potent, australia's compet laughter, a shooting incident. one person has been arrested. olivia put, was evacuated and looked down, leading to the suspension of flights relatives of 10 miners trapped in a flooded coal mine. in mexico. the verge authorities to do more to find them risky workers of pump water out of the shaft, but haven't been able to enter rhetoric. and because this the 10 miners have been trapped under ground for almost 2 weeks. they were digging for colon co wheeler, in mexico, when a tunnel wall collapsed and the shaft was flooded. rescue workers have been pumping
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water out of the mine. families are frustrated at how long it's taking it out in the north. again, not a must work day and night. they shouldn't stop, but they do because the pumps get blocked. if the men are alive, they must be desperate. it's too much, but is why we're speaking out because we want help. more than 300 soldiers and other emergency services personnel including 6 military, scuba divers, have joined the effort. rescue work as a hopeful water levels may soon be low enough to enter at least one of the flooded shafts horizontally thick. if the middle of the rescuers have assessed the conditions under ground, they have gone down a significant part of the shaft, but they have not reached the bottom yet. mexico's main co producing region has seen a series of fatal mining accidents over the years. the worst was impassively conscious in 2006, killing 65 people. only 2 of the bodies were retrieved. yeoman, william, where they're ki. i won't leave here until my brother is found. i don't want the
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same thing to happen as in past. i the controllers, my cousin was trapped then they never got him out. so many accident like this happened in the mines and the government does nothing. hearing go. wheeler 5 mine is we're able to escape, but no contacts be made with the men left behind. all their families can do now is hope they're found alive, victoria gate, and be al jazeera. while fighting continues on the east and southern fronts of ukraine in the capital, there's a sense of a new normal to 100 has this now from keith in key, there is a defiant celebration. residents are out unafraid and active. call it the new normal months ago, people hidden bomb shelters fearing the russian invasion, but ukraine's troops pushed them back in. now the battle lines are far away to
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normal life. slowly coming back to cave, we open right now, much more restaurants. go fer it, sir. the business colon baggins this slowly starting to war. but her, it's illusion. blue sky, sunshine, summer, and the we have never forget the scuffle. congress come at us, east or key if it's hell. his big bottle, where our buttress defend our country. the cities famous opera house is open, but no one has forgotten that this is a country at war and not far off. we are not to care care of each piece under, shall we never day. we're not like you dunbar somewhere. so me. yeah, no, like we are not scared, not tourist from the other parts of ukraine have returned to their capital. is, might be a war zone, but it doesn't have to feel like wine,
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and that's the point. these people are out despite the occupation is difficult as it is the residence of keeps a life goes on and had to flee to other county close. it was to scary to stay in ukraine, but though i'm back and it's still spooky every day when we have air res everson has changed, but we need to move forward and to leave for the youth. the key, the rave parties downtown, go on, though they now start at 5 p. m, in order to end in time for curfew. ah, amid the fog of war? the celebration, the defiant insistence on living, something like normal life continues. john henderson, al jazeera keith ah
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