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to being close by, stay with al jazeera for the latest development. talk to alger 0. what is the time table in your mind? when do you think that you are, can be also brushing gas? we listen when i've seen and played football with the refugee. i look at them and they're happy smile, and we meet with global news makers and talk about the stories that matter. on our i al jazeera where as a use all the news. ready ah, astray is labor party and almost
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a decade of conservative rule, but is yet to gain a parliamentary majority. ah, lo, i'm mary. i'm no mozy in london. you're watching al jazeera also coming up on the program. you as president signs a bill to send $40000000000.00 in a to ukraine offer, which will be used to boost its military capability. a funeral for a 17 year old palestinian short dead by israeli forces in the occupied westbank of to arrayed in janine and millions. a stranded in bangladesh, the flow and effect of reco right in north east india with thousands of displaced by flooding and landslides. ah, i'll come to the program. will australia's opposition labor party has ended almost
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a decade of governing by a conservative coalition. they belinda antony openings. he will become prime minister, but possibly without a parliamentary majority. scott morrison in the centre right coalition at face mounting pressure for the handling of the cost of living stresses the pandemic and climate change. sarah clark reports on this now from sidney election day in australia. voters turned up to cast their vote. i think we need a little bit of disruption here in australia. in fact, i think we need a lot of disruption. we need people who can stand up and, and have opinions and thoughts not based on tardy. there's been a few things, obviously in the last 3 years, especially during the pandemic. that is the government, as has got wrong. after 6 weeks on the campaign trail, the prime minister scott morrison returned to his sydney electorate flanked by his wife and 2 daughters. the coalition leader made a last minute pitch to vote, who's on the 1st prime minister in a very long time. that's been able to go through a term and fight the people on
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a 2nd time. and i'm seeking that support because i know this country is facing some strong and difficult and challenging taunt ah, the labor party was ahead in pre election polls that sentiment played out at the ballot box with anthony albanese asking the coalition government ending 9 years of conservative rule to night, the astrology and paypal had voted for chinese ah, i am humbled by this victory. and i am honored to be given the opportunity to serve as the 31st prime minister of right back to the liberal national party last safe blue ribbon seats to a group of high profile female independence, who campaigned on climate change, gender equality and integrity. scott morrison took responsibility for the parties, los thank to strengthens and declared. he will step down as leader of the liberal party. it is proper to acknowledge the functioning of our democracy. i've always
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believed in australians and their judgment, and i've always been prepared to accept their verdicts and to not i have delivered their verdict. and i congratulate anthony avenues in the labor party and i wish him and his government all the very best. while labor has won the most seats in the selection counting continues, and what we don't know is whether or not anthony albanese has a clear majority of australia faces the prospect of a hung parliament. and the labor party needs to do a deal with the minor parties and the independence to govern. sir clark out 0 sydney. ah, who as president joe biden says he is willing to meet north korea's can john and for talks on security. if he serious, he made the comments and so they met his south korean counterpart units. so keel
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says biden's, 1st trip to asia since he took office last year, lawrence lu reports from south korean capital. so on the ground in south korea, a mixed response to us precedent jo biden's visit these demonstrators welcomed him . seeing this as an opportunity to present a united front against north korea. that follows reports leader kim jong. i may be about to conduct a 7th nuclear weapons test, but here, activists concerned about an arms race, a calling for peace. when the 2 presidents met at a summit on saturday, security was high on the agenda. j. i a hurry, hurry. oh, i thought
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they discussed enhancing sanctions and expanding the scope of combined military exercises. biden also said he's not opposed to meeting him. john good. if he sincere you both president june and president biden also said they were ready to help north korea deal with an outbreak of cove at 19 o. leaving an era where the economy, security, security is there, gonna me disruption in the supply chain caused by changes in the international security order is directory related to the lives of our people. but analysts say that may not be enough to bring north korea to the negotiating table. kim's, our resume appears to be determined to develop our military, our capability to make sure that north korea will be armed to have a sufficient capability to hold you. as for susan civilian populations in south korea and in japan as hostages,
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although countering china's dominance in the region was not explicitly mentioned, the biden administration has made no secret the site. it used china as the strategic challenge in tokyo on monday, president biden will unveil the indo pacific economic framework. its members will include south korea and japan. analysts say the u. s. is reasserting itself in the region. years after former president donald trump pulled out of the trans pacific pond, the ship trade packed. however, china seized that agreement as an attempt to marginalize it. a chinese foreign ministry spokesman criticized the u. s. on friday, saying it should do more to contribute to peace in the region. you're sure. instead of creating divisions, florence li al jazeera soul. a while in south korea, us present also signed legislation providing a $40000000000.00 aid package to ukraine. funds will be allocated to provide weapons in economic support. some of that money will also be used to provide aid
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for you. creating refugees arriving in wes is, is the biggest financial commitment yet from washington. when the money that the united states applied to ukraine began to run out, and it is nearly exhausted in terms of military support. the u. s. president asked for $33000000000.00. well, the u. s. congress which controls the purse strings in turn approved $40000000000.00, and that is what the president signed into law. in other words, the congress wanted to send the signal, look at, we are not only going to prove this money, we're going to send more than what you ask for, which is something that rarely happens. and that is the reason why it was to send vladimir putin or message that there is overwhelming support in the united states for ukraine and pushed back against russia. and in terms of what this money is for, it's not only to kind of back fill the money in the equipment that has already been
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sent. but in addition, there is also going to be new military equipment in the form of stingers and javelins, but also training ad logistics support. and also there's going to be 5000000000 that's also going to be allocated for really addressing one of the growing needs. and that is global food insecurity. so it's been some reaction from zalinski on that a package. he says that he is grateful to our president for signing the law on additional support for ukraine. leadership of the u. s. president biden. i'm the american people in supporting ukraine's fight against russian aggressor is crucial that for to new powerful defense assistance, he says today, it is needed more than ever was early roland zalinski also emphasized the need for diplomacy to end the war. this is roches offensive continues including an attack which destroyed a large batch of weapons and military equipment delivered from ukraine's west and allies. as it carried out, a missile strike near a railway station in shutter,
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west of the capital. keith, russia also says it's targeted fuel storage facilities near odessa in the south. really, your history of the armed forces of the russian federation continued the special military operation in ukraine. high precision, long range, sea bass missiles near the moline railway station. and just to me, region have destroyed a large batch of weapons and military equipment delivered from the us and european countries for a grouping of ukrainian troops. and don bass. russian air base missiles near odessa, desa port plans have destroyed fuel storage is intended for ukrainian nationalists armored vehicles or some of the worst st battles of the water pace around ukraine's capital. russia attack on your p north of cave was part of a failed attempt to encircle the city. now it's back on the acquainting control. people are trying to move on. same bus ravi has this report
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as it can hook invoice. i cannot express that. she says, feelings of anger, feelings of hatred, feelings of deep contempt for the russian soldiers who brought death to her hometown. when you please initial couldn't get to the form a kindergarten teacher. nina ya, mccovie, lost her lifelong home and the invasion, sheltering in children's summer school and her pin. she now listens for any news of the war. but as to billy supper, hardly russians with their boots trampled on all our happiness, peoples lives, peoples, hope everything. they travelled everything in one minute, a passport and some medicine precious few necessities. all she was able to take her house now a crime scene, or that she had in this world bomb to rebel in
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the winter, her room was the warmest. that's why she chose it, a lifetime of memories, a lifetime of belongings. she doesn't want any of it back, send it to the russians. she says. so it may weigh on their conscience. we do not elude you. but can you believe that our people are dead crushed with tanks? how can we ever forgive them for us? never know one, not for a 100 years of economy. what was left standing in the city is being fixed. one man said all he wants is to make repairs, so life can return to normal amount of that amount. but what was broken in a matter of months, in some cases, mere hours will take years to rebuild. it's difficult to find a street nor pain that hasn't been hit by gunfire or tank shells or mortar rounds. and so many absolutely devastated buildings are now a grim reminder that the russians were here. not even houses of worship were spared
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. and even the most civilian of spaces became targets in this war. which enabled whom boy said assembly vice chloe says, my heart is drenched in blood and tears. that is all i have in my soul. and when you're back it was artillery. maybe windows were heads, and rhodes were hit, the roof of the kindergarten was burned. my son's class was in not building the kindergarten doesn't exist now. why should i be happy? why did this happen? it's sad, a lot of people who i know what killed even now as the war moves away from towns around heave as life begins to return to a new kind of normal ukrainians, piecing their lives back together, say they never thought russia would actually invade. they still can't believe it happened and they still don't understand why. then basra
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b o to 0 or pin still had for your program as a better future dashed by a us judge. migraines waiting years to cross the border, forced to wait even longer. and reviving mexican culture after a 2 year break, a traditional music festival returns. ah, hell, i will see the weather turning a little more mobile across europe over the next couple of days. bands of cloud and re pushing in from the west, driving further east or area of the high pressure which is kept things pretty settle and warm enough to that in the process of just getting nudged a little further eastwards. now we have seen extreme heat,
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severe heat wave in to spain recently this area of low pressure will help to bring more cloud in and bring some shout in. the temperatures falling off and this area of a low pressure will at one was responsible for a tornado in germany that made its way through on friday. and you can see the impact of the storm ripping down some branches, lots of leaves whipping through that st. there, and it did cause a little bit of chaos and certainly fair bit of a traffic disruption that went to whether the windy weather that's now pulling out of the way cloud and right sliding across the baltic. states rolling over towards at western side of russia. clear skies come back in behind. you can see the slide of showers there just around the alps into central and southern parts of france, pushing down into west spain, on the temperature, getting up into the forty's here. so it does cool off somewhat as we go through the next few days, showers a little more widespread as we go through monday as things do turn more unsettle, but warming up and dry, further east. ah,
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trust in authority is at an all time low. you want was apprehension, hateful distrust this is a battle about what a truth actually is. al jazeera investigative unit pulls back the curtain and reveals how fear suspicion and conspiracy theories have become. the tools of the powerful were in a dangerous territory. and that dangerous territory runs did. what happens now that we literally diverge that may well be how democracy does the truth illusion on al jazeera lou. ah, welcome back. main stories now. australia has
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a new government to antony albanese labor party, one saturday's election ending nearly a decade of conservative governments. but it's not yet clear whether it be able to full majority and it's on right. u. s. president joe biden says he's willing to meet north graves. kim jong and for talks on security, if he's serious, made the comments in. so away he met with the south green count, bought young, so kill wine and south korea. the u. s. president also signed legislation providing a $40000000000.00 aid package to ukraine. funds will be allocated to provide weapons and economic support. now a funeral has been held for a 17 year old palestinian shot dead by israeli forces, and janine in the occupied westbank has been more tension in the area where out is there a stream? abo ucla was killed only last week in march con reports. oh, moon is berry, i'm just glad and promised to take revenge for his killing islamic to had claimed
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a 17 year old is one of his members. wow. he was killed by his reading forces and jeanine refugee camp emilio was of saturday out. is there a serino block, like was also killed near the camp. oh, she was on assignment a, wearing a helmet and best clearly mocking here was a journalist. but israel is refusing to launch a criminal investigation. 57 american politicians of sorry to let a demanding the f. b. i to investigate. republican congressman andre carson tweeted the killing of out as a reporter and fellow american, sri now working was not only a tragedy. it was a front to press freedom and to all americans, adding, we need answers and accountability from these really government agnes callum. out of amnesty international tweeted, it's an additional violation of sharon's right to life and a clear violation of israel's obligation under international law. one amongst many,
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she goes on to say, this is what repression and domination looked like. some lives simply don't matter . hashtag apartheid oh, on the day of a funeral, israeli forces storm the procession and started beating mourners, causing pull barrister almost drop in a casket. that in stop, thousands of palestinians were marching through everybody's through slim to take part in her funeral. and beryl israel has tremendous support within the u. s. and that's the reason why they've been able to so far, resist pressure on opening an investigation into serene blacklist death. but more evidence is emerging about her killing. this video show sharin was taken cover after her colleague ali also moody was shot showing she was deliberately targeted by the person who shot her. and with everything you said your evidence, the called for a transparent investigation into deaf will only grow louder. what's the name on
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con, our desert? occupied east jerusalem. about 2000000 people stranded in northeast and bangladesh . after the was flooding to hit the region. in decades, at least 10 people have died. so far. officials say the flooding is driven by strong rain and the onrush of water from across the border in the flood. it flooded indian state of a some. a major embankment on the rock river has also been breached in on dating, at least a 100 villages. many parts of bangladesh are already prone to flooding an x, but say that climate change is making matters worse. i've seen a huge flood in 2004, but this time it's even bigger, more serious. if i knew about how my flood water broke my homestead, it's now everywhere. oh my poetry and cattle were washed away. i somehow managed to take my family to a relative's house, more heavy rain floods and landslides, a devastating areas in ne, in india, in some states, at least 14 people died in the latest downpours. as you were mentioning more than
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700000 people are affected overall poverty. mid our ports from now gown, district in northeast india. oh. obdurate she the width through water several times a day to get essentials. his home has been flooded for days. he says he's tried getting help, but shelters are full, and his family is still waiting for government aid. it will put us in a hurry, a bullet for sending her. we are facing many difficult lately you can see for yourself that so much water. we have no way to get out this barely enough food. we had some rice at home, but now that's also over 10, a hundreds of thousands of other people have been displaced by floods caused by heavy rains in a som state in india. as ne nego district is the hardest hit, more than 300000 people have been affected. the water here comes from a nearby river that's overflowed and it's brought fish that some villagers are
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catching to eat. despite the rising water levels, many people are choosing to stay back, waiting for the tide to time, so they can stop rebuilding. many people are being evacuated rafts like these have been crossing flooded roads and feels to rescue people stranded for days. what's any problem you're facing? many problems. some people in my family are not keeping well. i asked them to come with me, but they didn't want to leave. they wanted to stay at home, and i said the military is using aircraft and boats to help distribute aid. last blood wasn't good on and for the c v one actually after that the people just talk about that blood as it a highest one on the severity of the flood is, has are past that blood. awesome. now though danger level of evil here is $59.00, is it all army does, but it is a cross the danger level, it, which is now a 60.39 meters. although water levels are slowly receding,
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people already the monsoon season will begin in a few weeks and the rains are usually heavy and caused flooding. happening with the odyssey ra nego district in northeast india. at least 34 people in india have died in recent days. where was the heavy rains in the strong winds? enlightening it 16 districts and the ha i minister intermodal said, but local officials are actively engaged and relief and rescue work under the supervision of the state government. now a u. s. georgia is blocked plans to discontinue and immigration policy that prevents people from seeking asylum in the u. s. this is a policy that is known as title 42 and it was implemented to help prevent the spread of coven 19. but medical experts is saying it's no longer needed catch you lopez. how diane has more many of these migrants have been waiting and the one mexico for years hoping to seek asylum in the us. but along with thousands of
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others, still have to wait longer. a federal judge has extended an immigration policy known as title 42, which blocks most of them from claiming asylum. that's why we've been waiting for so long for years. with title 42 in place, we're not allowed to request asylum. god willing, we can find a solution because returning to our country's isn't really an option. the policy introduced under donald trump's administration allows the government to expel migrants from the u. s. to prevent the spread of cooper 19 president joe biden was you to lift the measure on monday, but a correlation of 24 states sued and one sentiment and you look at these, we understand title 42 exists due to sanitary measures. that's why we're here today . with proof of vaccination and our covert tests, we don't have the virus. so i don't think it's fair to apply this order against us . more than 230000 migrants cross the border between mexico and the u. s. in april
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allowed without title 42 u. s. officials say the numbers could search to 18000 migrants a day or the policy as far as the city is at full capacity right now. the shelters are overcrowded, and there are many people who've been waiting for a long time. there's a significant haitian population, families, and many pregnant women with families. there's a lot of uncertainty and a lot of frustration. so it's a problem for bite and whose approval ratings are low. republicans are also focusing on the issue ahead of the mid term elections in november. human rights group say the crisis is being politicized by both sides. the justice department says a will appeal to a decision. in the meantime, thousands of migrants will be forced to wait yet again. katya lopez, so the young al jazeera wimbledon organizes a lonely backing down off the prestigious tournament was stripped of ranking poison
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effectively reduced to an exhibition event. tennis governing bodies made the decision after wimbledon ban competitors from russia and better roost because of the war and ukraine. and he mama reports. it's a standoff between the world's most prestigious tennis tournaments in the sports global governing bodies. both the atp and w t tools have strict wimbledon ranking points, meaning players won't be able to earn any here this year because the tournament bound plays from russia and belarus, we would and says it had no option but to exclude them on the u. k. government guidance following russia's invasion of ukraine in a statement put out by the club on friday, a cold, the decision not to award points disproportionate in the context of the exceptional and extreme circumstances. going on to say that it was damaging to old players. you compete on the tour, the atp and w t. i have allowed players from russia and belarus to compete as neutrals, including the paris open starting on sunday. the atp put out
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a statement explaining why it was effectively turning wimbleton into an exhibition tournaments. it says the ability for players of any nationality to end to tournaments based on merit and without discrimination is fundamental to our tour. wimbledon has been ruled out top players including men's world number 2, daniel medford f from russia. and last years women's semi finalist arina sub olenka from belarus, serbia's novak joker, which is one of several plays to have criticized the been now he said to lose his world number one status as he can't get the 2000 points here and by winning, hey, last year, but experts don't predict a boycott. it's really an interesting sort of play of power and we'll see sort of who house the strength and leverage here. but i think wimbledon feels as though they are the most prestigious, the van. you'll notice that no players are boycotting it's not as though the players who they might be angry, but i'm not angry enough to stay all the all england long tennis club says it's
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considering its options and is in discussions with its grand slam colleagues. but the reverberations from its decision a likely to be felt for some time to come. nadine baba al jazeera london, l. a traditional mexican music vessel put on hold for 2 years because of the covet pandemic is making a comeback. musicians from across the country, taking part representing more than 30 genres, a fight, music organizes hospitals fuck a new interest and cultural heritage as money. rapidly reports from mexico city. ah, a weekend of traditional music in the mexican capital. the event is soon, but a meal, a cultural festival that highlights the great diversity of mexican folk music. and perhaps more importantly, a perfect excuse to bust a move that the more we feel a tremendous pride. because this music style is from our region and mexico. we enjoyed dancing to it because we like to represent our state wherever we go. soon
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but amelia began as a way for artists to honor beloved mexican choreographer emilio rojas, and i gone who passed away in 2002 to day the festival has grown into one of the city's most important annual cultural events. one that encourages visitors of all ages to hit the dance floor this year, the sun, but i mean cultural festival the celebrating its 20th anniversary. the occasion has drawn in some 80 different musical groups and performances representing nearly every corner of mexico. one of the most attractive aspects of the festival is watching visitors proudly dawning traditional attire. ah, after being shut down for 2 years to the cove 19 restrictions, the festival has made a big comeback, giving visitors and introspective look at cultural heritage through more than 30 genres of mexican folk music, or mammals, us up what up in november horizon? what of communities all around the world turn to look at their own traditions?
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the cultural wealth of latin american countries is immense. but we are often forced to listen to just one type of music like reagan, which is horrible. oh, event organizers say they hope the festival will continue to grow and attract more international visitors who are curious about the great many customs and traditions that make up mexican culture. ah manuel, rap, hello al jazeera, mexico city and off the t as in delays. boeing starlight caps shall spacecraft his doctor the international space station for the 1st time. the unmanned ship carried 225 kilograms of nasa cargo. buying plans for the star line, it eventually transport astronauts competing with space ex is crude dragon capsule . this maiden voyage was postponed several times after software errors and propulsion problems. ah.


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