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hearing test, so i can cut out coke with the pressures of hosting will australia make the most of squeezing you through the player or will it be south korea, japan saudi arabia or iran progress for the world cup count out on it. jesse, you know, on counting the cost, opec plus has agreed to major oil production cuts. us is not happy. we explore the relevance of the i, m f as the outlook for the global economy dog and we bought our house on african countries making the ship, the green energy, counting the cost on outages. brazil's presidential election is going to a 2nd round on october 30th incumbent hard line president. j bowles, fernando and former social is president. legacy law are buying for votes, but which one is changed to re elect to brazil's highest office ongoing special coverage on al jazeera. ah,
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do protest the french capital demanding more action to tackle the rising cost of living and climate change? ah ha robin, you're watching all, is there a lot my headquarters here. and there also coming up a fight as a high security prison in iraq kills at least 4 people and injures walton. 60 time as president bax military grows during a major gathering of the communist party, where he is expected to secure a 3rd term and renew crane's keshawn region where people are starting over after russian troops are pushed out, leaving behind a trail of destruction. ah, the bottom to throw on tens of thousands of people in france
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say they're fed up with the rising cost of living and a lack of action on climate change. they've been protesting in the capital, paris, and what their leaders to do more. the demonstration was called by john mcmillan schall who leads the left wing and bowed party. and recent nobel prize recipients for literature, author any, no, is also taking part. the french government is already dealing with strike action at several oil refineries. natasha butler has been following. the protest has progressed through paris. thousands of them have been walking across paris, i just arriving here behind me on the bus. the, the, at the end of that part has to happen. i should say some clashes between some projectors, anthony. so it is been largely peaceful and people can send by lots of things like all concerned by inflation. some people saying they called make the make and to the end of the month before the one by the fact that is next to labor isn't going to be
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putting on or heating on less temperatures. really poor wealth 0 because she is so worried about having to pay very high energy bills. but people worried about other things. they said the government isn't doing enough when it comes to climate change . they also very angry about the government's proposed pension time reform for the coming up soon involvement and other issues, anti racism, anti homophobia. we've seen all sorts of concerns here today in this book. it was called by the hard left leader mental show to protest against all these concerns. and we even saw, as you mentioned, that the recent nobel prize winner and you know, who had said in the week along with a number of other intellectuals that she had called on people to join this protest . saying the life of simply getting too hard for me. people at least 4 people have been killed in iraq and after a fire broke out at the end in prison into rog. and i had happened on saturday night, officials say it was caused by fighting between inmates. smoke was seen rising from
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the facility and gunshots also heard the detention center holes, many of her on political prisoners mussels. so that has more from to her on it was a pan p. m. local time on saturday into around when the fire broke out in the prison and quickly spread across the other. the other was right after that they have heard the shot guns and also exclusion, like songs that were just just around while the smoke and the fire was, was rising, abode the abode in the prison. so officials are seeing that there was a fight between the prisoners and some of the prisoners said the fire on this shooting workshop in the prison. that is the cause of the fire right after that the security forces entered the scene and brought distribution on the control, the, the governor off to run my mass. he said that you did, the fight was between the prisoners who were convicted because of the,
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the taft or the financial fraud. and that no political prisoners have been involved in this over at the moment. it is quite difficult to really where to find that right off the the incident to police in the prison. we have seen that all the old roads around the prison were blocked by security forces. but there had been some support reddick protests also taking place around that. and also the families went in front of the prison and they were very much concerned about the safety of the relative, but unfortunate today, some of them have received the bad news roles. president abraham wifi has accused his u. s. counterpart of inciting terror and calles over his comments about ongoing protests on friday. joe biden said around the government is using violence against a citizen. that reminds for demonstrations that unrest across the rom, following the death of 22 year old must me whilst in custody. china's present sheeting thing is set to be concerned by historic 3rd term making him the
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most powerful communist leaders. as mount said old, he opened the party congress in beijing where he called for faster military growth and defended the controversial 0 cove. it approach. adrian brown has more. 2 2 a day that offers a glimpse into the secret world of china's communist party. for a few hours, the media are allowed into beijing's great hall of the people for a tightly control pageant. the opening of the party congress held every 5 years. and this one's been closely watched. normally, chinese leaders stand down after serving 10 years in offers. but cheating, ping is expected to break convention by being appointed for another 5 years. he presented himself as a humble servant of the party, but a party that's been re made in his image says one expert. so having seized control
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in the chinese communist party, see japan then sees control of china and china has become a lot less free. a lot more aggressive, far less and then wise chinese, again, the congress comes at a turbulent time for china. she's 0 koby policy has trapped millions of people in a series of stop start locked downs. borders remain close to most foreigners. many overseas investors have fled. she's focused here though was on the positive for roads. she'll either single vh, she, we adhere to the principles of people 1st life 1st, and also firmly adhered to the dynamic 0 covered policy. to carry out the fight against the pandemic, the people's war to protect people's life and physical health to the maximum. by the time this congress ends,
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she doing things grip on power will likely be absolute. without the people of china having their se, adrian brown al jazeera, she uses open speech to raise the issue of hong kong, saying it must be ruled by what he called patriots, cheer, mandarin church. we will fully faithfully and resolutely implement the policy of one country to systems under which the people of hong kong administer, hong kong and the people of macau administer, macau, both with a degree of autonomy, we will remain committed to law based governance in hong kong and macau, we will ensure the central government exercises overall jurisdictions over the 2 regions. we will see that hong kong and macau are administered by patriot through people having injured and shelling in the russian region of belgrade. now the governor confirmed the injuries and is near the region which borders ukraine.
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russian officials accuse the ukrainian military of selling belgrade, but the ukrainians denied us saying russia fight a few missiles by mistake lamb at val as moore from moscow. they they cleans half or denied that they have been behind, that they were behind the sir shelling or these rockets that fell on belgrade. 2 of them fell are on the airport of the city and they cause 3 people to be wounded. 2 of them who are taken to the hospital or a russians are still saying that it is, it came from ukraine. ah, but we know that even yesterday at depth than oil dep, what was heat and it caught fire and also a thermal power plant. it was hit and the a power blackout resulted from that. and in the last several months, these sorts of attacks sometimes by helicopters, sometimes rockets and sometimes or explosions that though the russians were not
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explaining, it have been continued and people fled in. there are thousands, a tourism has been effected, airports have been closed, and the russians are saying that the russian people are saying that this situation cannot continue. and the leadership has to ask the questions about it. and the leadership has to take drastic measures to stop this type of things because the war in the 1st place came to protect russia from outside aggression asset. the rhetoric a goes here and a large part of ukraine have now been next. russia also in the name of protecting russia against her, against aggression and are saying that this can't continue though the ukrainian, the military has really taken dozens of villages in the south. but it says, russian forces are trying to push back against its counter offensive. despite the fighting civilians have begun returning to their destroyed homes, charles stratford met some of them in the kitchen region. this is sienna we've. this is where my bon was regular. now everything is gone,
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her fizzle examiner because he inspects what remains of the home and the life. he and his wife spent 35 years building pro russian forces from the nets region occupied their village in march below. oh, her ability, my think they looked at the stores, they were drinking shooting off. they told us they would be here forever. we will. they said we will pay you back for our suffering. you beat us. now we will beat you just publish a ticket or do it full flow on all exam to shows us what remains of his b hives shelling, killed and injured much of his life stock i survived. disappeared during the battle is i, i don't know what to say. no, but no matter what russia has done to us, we want to come home now. was the destroyed russian military trunk outside the
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smashed village school, where russian soldiers stayed. russian packs, gas mosques, and destruction, all that remained. ah, volunteers distribute would to those keen to start at least basic repairs only destroyed homes. oh, the ukrainian rock, it climbs into the sky a few kilometers away. the ukrainian fighter jet circles overhead broken postal life below village of the village has been virtually obliterated. burnt out tanks squat among splintered trees. there are thousands of villages like this in the cares on region which have been completely destroyed. gradually, a few people are returning to what remains of their homes. but the situation is far
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from stable in this region and ukrainian military forces. the saying that they're dealing with a potential renewed russian advance. ah, another rocket sauls towards a target in russian hill territory. glad climbs through the gaping hole in his grandmother's home. he's come to repair it. so at least she has protection from the approaching winter cold wilson bang to nibble as of a school. we couldn't contact her for a month. should we have to repair her home before the rain, starten yours, that we've had time to prepare on them? they won't beat us back again in thumb or the harm leaves. the determined spirit of innocent civilians suffering deeply blackened lives. charged with al jazeera, his son region, suddenly grown well, still had here on our desert. oh,
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we with the politicians in iraq who say the recalls to be reckoned with, calling for a major overhaul of the political system. also, why homeowners, the u. s. a finding it difficult to get insurance stream, whether disasters become more frequent, those stories after the problem with the time now for your weather update across the middle east and africa. nice to have your long in no real major changes to report still plenty of sunshine, high temperatures, for example inc. you weight up to 30 degrees, but we go in around the gulf. those winds are shifting around out of the north. so that means the humidity is going down. for example, a for us here and doha, have 30 degrees at some of the poorest air quality in the world can be found in not only the hor, but also karachi. we are coming up to spark season here,
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and part of the problem is we don't have those winced to mix away the pollution in time. temperature is above average in not only tehran, but also herod's getting up to $31.00 degrees or that storm system. they brought flooding to greece is creek island is now over a cypress. so the very real risk that we will see a similar scenario. play out there. still blustery shower, it's on monday and is stumble with our height. 20 degrees in our heaviest rounds of rain across central africa be can be found that too far away from lake victoria. and also that western side of the democratic republic of congo could see some severe thunderstorms bubble up in south africa's kazoo luna ta province. and i think some of those showers will leak into derby with a height 25 degrees and that what weather has cooled? things off in habit eroni to 29 degrees on monday sir later. ah ah ah
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with ah ah, book about what challenges there with me. so robin a reminder of all top stories, tens of thousands have been protesting in the french capital against the rising cost of living on the government's response to climate change. at least for people
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who are on have been killed on 61 injured after a fire broke out at the f in prison, which holds many political prisoners officials say was caused by fighting between inmates and president. she's paying says china. mr. joel hong kong is ruled by what he calls patriots. he made the comments on the communist party congress, what he also backed military crime. the you case you, chancellor has promised to fix public finances after his predecessors economic plans that to calles char we hunt says that hail increased taxes and type in control on public spending. he replaced quasi quoting, who was fired on friday under simmons hospital for london. aside from all westminster plotting and attempts to try to get less trust to resign. as prime minister, all political eyes are focused on the currency and debt markets. when they open on monday, they'll be a verdict to the view chancellor's promises. will he do what he says?
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he certainly giving it a hard sell. we are going to have a, a very big ah, fiscal statement, a bit like a budget in which we set out the, the tax and spending plans for several years ahead. and that's going to be independent, verified by the office for budget responsibility. we've been honest that it was a mistake not to do that in the many budget before. but that fiscal statement or many budget is 2 weeks away. and that's a long time in politics. and a long time for the markets to because they want to see stability, the u. k. current offer that right now, when you have a prime minister who's trying to hold on to a job and then her party trying to get her out of it. it would say there is a dilemma here in terms of who might replace her am what mechanisms would be used to actually achieve that? effectively? you have a new chancellor who's desperately trying to save the economy and a prime minister who's desperately trying to hold on to her job garza residents who
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lost their homes in the 2014 garza war have been protesting in front of the un relief agencies office. now they're demanding compensation and for homes to be rebuild a process which is overseen by the u. an agency. 17000 homes were destroyed in that war and 2200 palestinians were killed. rocks, the prime minister of the la d for she there set to form a new government after months of unrest. but around the capital, small political parties have been gathering to remind the government that they want radical change. same basra, avi has more from baghdad. the the bread freedom, a government for the people as iraq's new prime minister begins forming his government, a group of smaller political parties with no warmed wings. communist and reformists
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young and old men and women, met in buck dog, calling themselves the forces for democratic change. they want officials to stop bickering and get to work. i need to know when the next one, those who govern to feel the suffering of the people iraqi blood has become so cheap. we have lost our national treasures. our waters are gone dry. there is widespread unemployment and suffering in the past. iraq was a top ranking country now where at the bottom of the list of decades of decline in iraq, some say has happened at the hands of people in power who came out of nowhere. early charlotte, the 2 political islamic forces to those in power 2 extremists with a she has sunni or could we say you've ruined a rock? you stole it, you destroyed it. they came on the back of american tanks and a loyal to intelligence agencies of countries like it on saudi arabia and so on. all of them have iraqi blood on their hands and have stolen public wealth. all of
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them, a corrupt. the consensus here replace old faces with new ones. iraq's future is secular and the best governments focus on the common good can. i took all of this month, but we didn't want symbolic government that says that doing nothing. we want government that takes action crease, jobs fights, poverty develop services, repaid roads like softer the agriculture and private sector. a lot of the message from iraq. and this is a simple you are higher than they are. the alternative and the old guard political players that are dominating the national conversation right, are not the only ones on the political dialogue, not division, unity and love. children are the future. it's the kind of idealism that may seem out of place in iraq's political landscape. but iraqis, hearsay, that is exactly what their country needs. st. basra, the al jazeera,
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but that didn't work as a nigeria are struggling to reach hundreds of thousands of people displaced by floods. the old producing region is the latest area to find itself submerged. habit address reports are from attorney, one of the worst affected areas in southern nigeria. 2 weeks after our family member was swept away by the flood, the edges are still waiting for the water to recede. so they can bury their even after no sandwich are low at the very everywhere for from the level of water. here it could be at least a week before they are able to do with that. many other families are waiting for news. any news about their missing relatives though? well, council secor chair, it was a work place until 3 weeks ago. now it's been taken over by hundreds displeased by the flood it was the destination for douglas, who drowned last week,
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fleeing from rising water levels threatening their watch. for nearly 3 weeks. it's been well in general, abbey, and her family called whole times. she says are tough for everyone. then she had one back, a face to the other place a little while this a little booklets used by media and the focus of friends on what in the something that could also be trust issues. the big you was them brought by to them as my to that well got 5 by 5. my favorite good to do some local going with community with is finish. many areas that completely cut off and the feet of the residence till and no one of the biggest challenges of delivering a victim of the flight. a number of states is the level of water 2 weeks since the flood. that is legal sign it's receiving. but that's not the only concern here,
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quite as of the, for the, for separatist movement. also active in this area. that is set to be a reason why some officials are staying away. there isn't a lot of national emergency management juicy, which caused or car. i'm in the number of states. it's walking along with the manager, air force to reach out to some of those communities. a delivery generally has been slow and i do great spectrum. so concerned that by the time help arrives, it might be too late for some degrees, algebra and heavy rains of drench parts of thailand's popular tourist town of pockets. the tie navy has been assisting local authorities who are working to pump water from flooded streets. rescuers helped carry elderly and bedridden patients out of those flooded areas. while the intensity and frequency of weather disasters
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is costing the u. s. billions of dollars each year, a report by the non profit group climate central shows that there has been an acceleration in the number of destructive storms and the last 4 decades. in the 1980s. these happened at an average rate of once every $82.00 days. while the pace had increased by the 2010s, with an average of 26 days between events, but in the years from 2017 to 21, there was an average of 18 days between extreme weather events less time between disasters can mean fewer resources to respond recover and prepare for future storms . while the increasing incidence of natural disasters in the u. s. has made it harder for people in some areas to afford insurance or to get any insurance at all . rob reynolds has moved from los angeles. bigger floods, hotter fires, more powerful storms. the impact of global warming is devastating to so many people . what happens? i mean it's bad now the 1st time we had insurance this timely down. but well maggie,
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we always they with god, se up. so disasters are also costly. to insurance companies, they have responded by raising rates at an average of more than 12 percent compared to a year ago. 2021 saw us $20000000000.00 national disasters. so that has had a huge impact on our insurance company's ability to pay our claims insurance companies in the us, our profit driven and often lightly regulated on a state by state basis after disasters. they are often quick to raise rates, even while raking in handsome profits. if you hear them tell it, you know, when they were before a legislative committee or a government agency or in the media. oh this we're broke, we're, we're, we've, we've, we've been losing money for 10 years. that is one of the biggest lies that the insurance industry likes to tell people. they never lose money. take flood
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insurance as an example. private insurance companies don't provide it. the federal government does have a flood insurance program, but it isn't cheap. i don't have flood insurance. they just said 6 months ago. we are in a floodplain and said you should get it. well, was quite a bit of money. homeowner policies generally cover fires, but some companies try to get around honoring claims in full. for example, by treating smoke damage is separate from fire and severely limiting compensation for it. the minute they have to write a check to us to pay a claim we made. there at that money's gone for them, so their incentive is completely to hang on to our premiums companies also simply cancel ha moner policies and refuse to ensure people living in at risk areas like wildfire zones. but it's gonna leave our homeowners in a tough spot down the road because we'll have to figure out what to do next,
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where to move to the left, the kind of up in their lives, the insurance industry. and it's pushed for profit could drive big changes in where people are able to live. for example, here on the ocean front, which is subject to rising sea levels and storms, global warming isn't going away. but for many people who aren't millionaires, insurance coverage may be rapidly getting out of reach. rob reynolds al jazeera los angeles. though there's just 2 weeks to go until brazil's presidential run off, no opposition candidate looted a silver has taken his campaign to voters in a stronghold of president drive. also narrow, he's promised to bring change to people. living in rio de janeiro is poor neighborhoods on the key on the key f. how's the story? oh, really sorry for these voters in rio de janeiro. a presidential candidate campaigning in a place dominated by drug traffickers and violence. just 4 months ago,
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20 people were killed during a police read here in the complex with alamo. a sprawling brick and cement network of fabulous were slumps left his former leader with the national lula, the silver promised that their lives would change as they had during his last presidential term. i doubt that you will find any construction from incumbent president jaya, both scenarios here or in any prevail in the state. but even people who benefited from social projects during less presidency more than 10 years ago and moved from shacks to these government built apartments are divided again. i don't know if i go where we don't believe in promises. president bush, not as promised, nothing but has given emergency aid to face the pandemic as a consequence of the wooden ukraine, the thermal girth of can i if i voted for bose to narrow in 2018 because the economy was in the dumpster, i changed my vote to lola after i survived a heart attack, the sir,
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thanks to the public hospital. he built next to my house as you finish. and obviously, community leader by cim causes novice, remembers how life changed after the police pacified the for vella was government built a huge cable car system transforming the complex lenimosa into an international attraction. voters here are looking back at more prosperous times when money was being invested in these communities. i head of the 2016 olympic gaines, 50000 towards seems to come to this by vela every week. and they would buy arts and crafts and little stores. here. they would go to parties, there were bars, there were restaurants, there were even hotels to stay over night. now, all of that is long gone. gone. i me the conviction among people filter dunden, the money dried out of violence. his back corruption scandals made many loose faith and politicians to the point that they voted for both sonata who says he'll fight violence with more violence stood of him.


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