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ms little in the can for them, you can see that kind of thing to try to trying to stop people getting back into the coming up that they went across to make sure to get through the site because there was enough food for them to be there. in the car, we met nicholas on the mexican bank to the river, searching for food and medicine for his family. he hadn't realized until we asked him about it. the u. s. authorities rules are now flying haitians back home. there is no president, crime as high students can't go to school, there is no work. the economy is down. people can't put up with deportation, is not good for us. ah aah! australia's labor party and almost a decade of conservative rule,
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but is yet to gain a parliamentary majority. ah, lo i marianna mozy in london, you with al jazeera, also coming up on the program. the u. s. president signs a bill to send $40000000000.00 in a to ukraine offer, which will be used to boost its military capability. for funeral, for a 17 year old palestinian shocked advisory forces in the occupied westbank after arrayed in jeanine millions of stranded in bangladesh. the flow on effect of reco right in north east india, with thousands of despised my flaunting and landslides. ah, alone welcome to the program. will we begin in australia? the opposition labor party has ended almost a decade of governing by
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a conservative coalition. lay belinda antony open aisy will become the prime minister, but possibly without a parliamentary majority. scott morrison and the centre right coalition at face mounting pressure for the handling of cost of living stresses. the pandemic and climate change or clock reports now from sydney 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 there's 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 these countries facing some strong and difficult and challenging times, ah, the labor party was ahead in pre election polls that sentiment played out at the ballot box with antony albanese asking the coalition government ending 9 years of conservative rule to night, the astrology and paypal had voted for change. ah, i am humbled by this victory. and i am honored to be given the opportunity to serve as the 31st prime minister of o, the 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 party's loss. thank to strengthens and declared. he will step down as leader of the liberal
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party. it is proper to acknowledge the functioning of our democracy. i've always 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 claim. 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 cbw. well, it chris wallace is a professor at university of cambra on the author of how to win an election. earlier. she joined me from cambra and we looked at the significant electoral shift in the selection. the difference in this situation is albany. he is going to have
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to manage things in a progressive direction, which is going to be quite a change for straightening politics. given that the could conservative coalition parties have governed for 19 of the last 25 years. that gives you an idea of how equal this electro shift is in a progressive direction. and there's a 6 in australia that really over g dtc. the problems in australia policy that have not been addressed will be, say, mel, possibly from a minority government position. the cost of living cross is certainly help dislodge the government. the coalition parties consider them so superior economic managers and that's proven, just not to be true, but this is occurring 2 against a backdrop of continuous climate crisis related. natural disasters is very interesting that in bruce been with 3 states, going to change hands, possibly over the grades on the brisbane river where those states border that had to flood so far this year. catastrophic report proportions already. so i think
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reality has smacked australia in the face in terms of, of climate change and at incredible economic purchase as well. and this is what you get a change of government. ah, you as president joe biden says he's willing to meet with north korea's can jump in for talks on security. if he's serious. he made the comments and so i met with his south korean count on unit, so kill is biden's 1st trip to asia since he took office last year, aren't slow reports from south korea's capital cell 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 and maybe about to conduct a 7th nuclear weapons test. but here,
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activists concerned about an arms race, a calling for peace. when the 2 precedents met at a summit on saturday, security was high on the agenda. j. i a hurry. hurry. ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha. they discussed enhancing sanctions and expanding the scope of combined to military exercises. biden also said he's not opposed to meeting him, john good. if he sincere both president june and president biden also said they were ready to help north korea deal with an outbreak of cove at 1900 leaving an era where the economy, security, security is there gonna me disruption in the supply chain caused by changes in the
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international security order is directly 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 and civilian populations in south korea and in japan as hostages, although countering china's dominance in the region was not explicitly mentioned, the biden administration has made no secret the site. it do use china as a 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
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pond, the ship trade packed. however, china seized that agreement as an attempt to marginalize it. the 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 lee al jazeera soul. while in south korea, the u. s. prison also sign legislation providing a $40000000000.00 aid package to ukraine. funds will be allocated to provide weapons and economic support. some of the money will also be used to provide a few cranium. refugees arriving in the us. the biggest financial commitment yet from the u. s. al jazeera white house correspondent kimberly huck it has moral ness . 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,
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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 a 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 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. well, in response to that, the cleaning present regime is lensky tweeted saying that he was grateful to us
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president for signing the law on additional support for ukraine. felicia of the u. s. president biden. and the american people in supporting ukraine fight against the russian aggressor is crucially says, look forward to new, powerful defense assistance. today, it is needed more than ever. and so, earlier, zalinski again emphasized the need for diplomacy to ultimately end the war in ukraine. this is russia's offensive, continues including an attack which destroyed a large patch of weapons and military equipment delivered from ukraine's western allies, as it carried out a missile strike near a railway station in util mer west of the capital keys. russia also says it's tolerated fuel storage facilities near a desa in the south. really, you are the upper, the armed forces of the russian federation continued the special military operation in ukraine. high precision, long range, sea bass missiles near the marine railway station and just me region have destroyed a large batch of weapons and military equipment delivered from the us and european
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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. what was a war in easton? ukraine is now intensifying with russian forces attempting to advance down several france. present brought him his lens. he has said that russia is turning the dumbass region into hell. i said, bank reports the calm before the storm and e required in baltimore as russian forces concentrate their fire power of the town of solar dark. yeah, this is the bus lead new book. i don't silly. how are we living bad? no, in a piece. what else is there to say? i will stay here to the last moment. i don't want to leave. i'm not young anymore and i have a cat got. can you imagine that much leaving with a cat, his food cat tray, a lot of stuff and the cat is heavy. others hair already escaped
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russian held territory. now, we have to move again. we have for but you know, we waiting for money and then we'll go with the road is not close 1st we will go to the ne pro and then further west here. it's constant shooting. i'm afraid for my children. i don't want to talk about the russian occupation. i lost my father an uncle over regular, worst thing to remember. he was only 60, only one of my sons saw him. the com is deceiving. the russians are closing in on 2 different fronts. down the street, the florists are still open to new young, but the nic via their people need flowers from just a few minutes before a man bought flowers. now i'm chatting with a girl who wants to buy some flowers. it's scary during strikes, but generally i'm not scared children left, but i'm here. i have my own home and don't want to leave it. would you enabling sludgy ask some are evacuating others q for aid. the administration here say
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they're concerned about people returning to the town or not. missouri from a room. thanks. door army. the cities still standing. you can hear permanent artillery, fire, and very close to us is heavy fighting. periodically, russian rockets hid the town jets are shooting to as we speak with him, he gets a call to sound the air raid siren. we make our way downstairs where the, where we are in the tans administration building. we a prime target for the russians. here is a summary of sir me personally, i'm exhausted. i sleep on the floor because of the rule of 2 walls in my family to they are not in a city. they are living in a school, but the main think they are and will be living. it's easier for me to worry only about myself than to worry about my family. and still, the war rages. smoke rises up from the artillery battle, taking place behind me,
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a critical battle for solid dotted taking place. and if the russians managed to take that camp along with the hills surrounding it, coupled with the advances that making fun of the fronts, it's thought that all this area with for them to russian hands, including the town. i said, bake algebra or he was still had on the program empty shelves, forcing drastic action. the u. s. military flies in tons of baby formula to fill a critical shortage. and i'm sorry, answer the can film festival references. treatment of its former colonies is being laid back on the big screen. ah, ah, hallow on place to say we should see the heavy shouted of affected eastern parts of
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australia easing over the next few days. i'm afraid they're not going to disappear . completely. had to be nice, but we do still have a fair amount of sherry rain that on shore brace. i'm more wet weather to come just around southeast in parts of queensland. along much of the new south wales coast, we will see some wet weather coming through over the next day or so. but it is in the process of becoming should we say less wet to go on into sunday into monday. the showers they do hug the coast, but they are tending to just pull away the worst of the weather. as you can see, just throwing up with our old tropical cyclone. gina, just making his way down towards the far north of new zealand. wet weather will push through our western parts of australia running across the malibu and the 18 celsius in the cloud. and rain of a windy one on monday that wet weather easing across south australia eventually heading towards a se, but to save us a fine and dry day. still some showers there along the east coast. just wanted to shout is pushing it in his dealer, but not too bad here. over the next day or so. not looking too bad across the
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korean peninsula, wanted to shout that we have got some showers down to northern parts of japan for a time. we got the heat ad one, the 2 showers into northern areas of china, and staying very wet with the risk of flooding for the south. ah, ah, for 23 years musson has collected objects he finds along the coast. ah, enough to fill his museum. enough to break a guinness world record, armed with a story for every object, he's become an environmental activist, uninspired artists, under voice for the plight of countless micros. ah, my genius, you such an al jazeera lou.
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ah, for combine main stories now. australia has a new government to antony albanese labor policy, one saturday's election, which ended nearly a decade of conservative governments. but it's not yet clear whether he's going to be able to fool a majority in his own right. u. s. president joe biden says he's willing to meet north korea's kim johnson for talks on security if he's serious. he made the comments and so when he met with his south great counts pot, young, so young. while in south korea, the u. s. president also signed legislation providing a $40000000000.00 a package to you. great. the funds will be allocated to provide weapons and economic support. will the funerals been held for a 17 all palestinian shot dead by israeli forces? and janine in the occupied westbank or is increasing tension in the area where al
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jazeera st. ucla was killed only last week. and ron con reports, oh mon is berry, i'm jeff lad. and promised to take revenge for his killing islamic to had claimed 17 year old is one of its members. wow. he was killed by israeli forces, and jeanine refugee camp in the early hours of saturday. out is there a serino block like was also killed near the camp. oh, shoes 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 colson. tweeted the killing of out as a reporter and fellow american sharina barclay was not a new tragedy. it was a front to press freedom and to all americans, adding,
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we need answers and accountability from these really government, agnes color mode 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, 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 barrows to almost drop a casket. ah, that in stop, thousands of palestinians were marching through the bodies through slim to take part in her funeral unbearable. 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 sharina, blacklist death. but more evidence is emerging about her killing this video. so sri was taking cover after her colleague ali also moody was shot showing she was
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deliberately targeted by the person who shot her, her brother, and with everything you said you're evidence. the cold for a transparent investigation into deaf will only grow louder. what's the name on con, our desert? occupied east russell i in all in development. israeli forces of clash with palestinians in the shower on neighborhood in occupied east jerusalem. where is ready. officers were seen pushing and beating some palestinians during the confrontation tear. gas is down. grenades were also used on some of the crowd, dozens of families in shakira, facing displacement from the homes in coordinated efforts by the israeli government and jewish settler groups. about 2000000 people stranded in northeastern bangladesh, off the was flooding that in decades, at least 10 people have died so far. but official said the flooding has been driven by strong rain and the rush of water from across the border in the flood. hit indian state of some, a major embankment on the river is also been reached,
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inundating at least a 100 villages. many parts of bangladesh prone to flooding. an expert say, climate change is making. it was good. i've seen a huge flood in 2004, but this time it's even bigger, more serious. if i knew about how my flood was broke, my homestead, it's now everywhere. all my poetry and cattle washed away. i somehow managed to take my family to a relative's house or yeah, well more heavy rain floods in landslides are devastating areas in northeast in india. in some states, at least 14 people have died in the latest down pause. more than 700000. have been affected by this. avi midtown reports from my gown district in ne india. the a bureau, she the width through water several times a day to get essentially his home has been flooded for days. he says he's tried getting help,
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but shelters are full and his family is still waiting for government aid for sending resending. we are facing many difficult you can see for yourself. there's so much water. we have no way to get out. there's barely enough food. we had somebody at home, but now that's also over. hundreds of thousands of other people have been displaced by floods caused by heavy rains. in a psalm 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 overflowed and its rockfish that some villagers are catching to eat. despite the rising water levels, many people are choosing to stay back, waiting for the tide to turn, so they can stop rebuilding. many people are being evacuated rafts like these have been crossing flooded roads and fees to rescue people stranded for days. what's any problem here?
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we are facing many problem. 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 in the military is using aircraft and boats to help distribute aid last blood work dog. and for the c v one . actually, after that, the people just talk about the flood as of the highest one thought the severity of the flood is, has are past that flood. also. now though danger level of evil here is $59.00 did all meet us, but it is the cross, the danger level at which is now the 60.39 meters. although water levels are slowly receding, people already the monsoon season will begin in a few weeks and the rains are usually heavy and caused flooding. pardon him at the arches era nego district in northeast india or u. s. charges blocked plants to discontinue an immigration policy that prevents people from seeking asylum in the u. s. a. policy is known as title 42 is
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implemented to help prevent the spread of coven 19. but medical experts say it's no longer needed. catching up was how diane has mall. many of these migrants have been awaiting and the one mexico for years hoping to seek asylum in the us. but along with thousands of 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. and 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 us to prevent the spread of cooper. 19 president joe biden was you to lift the measure on monday, but a coalition of 24 states sued and one sentiment and you look at these,
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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 us in april alone. without title 42 us officials say the numbers could search to 18000 migrants a day or 2. so let's see. i saw the city is that 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. it's a problem for buying 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
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says a will appeal to decision. in the meantime, thousands of migrants will be forced to wait yet again. katia lopez with a young al jazeera more than 32 tons of baby formularies heading to the us from a military base in germany. there is a critical shortage because of a product record by the countries leading manufacturer as well as supply chain issues. the sweet, the food and drug administration announced that would temporarily allow imports of formula help ease the situation about 40 percent of formula products are currently out of stock nationwide, causing a lot of worry to many families. can film festival france is being confronted with its colonial, passed to films, delve into the treatment of africans conscripted into the french army. and this is a subject that's often avoided in france. charlie angela reports from can frances
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colonial past. one of the big themes on the screen a can this year generating discussion and interest. i saw the soldier set in well, the one is the story of a young senegalese man, forced to serve in the french army his father than enlist to watch over him. shot on a handheld camera. it shows the horror of war for the thousands of senegalese, torn from that countries to fight for france. it does now see of the netflix theory lisa. he says we have the same story but not the same memories. cultural commentators say depictions of this aspect of france, colonial history, a very rare phone. in fact, it's the 1st time that we've ever seen a film of this scale on this subject with a well known cast, including all massey who's a make a saw here in france. and abroad, so it is a very big deal to see a film like this and see green at can something that can lindsay to
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another story is archy, i thought a few of the $200000.00 difference recruited into the french army to fight against that countryman, and it depicts how most are he abandoned many kills when algeria again, independence. director phillips will call, says generation later, children of these fighters still carry shame and stigma that new truck. it's a story that has had wide repercussion. human damage not only promotes through the war, but also the generations that followed. there are more stories yet to be told. you know, during the key are still considered traitors. act him a 100 move fact meant his family were wary of him taking the road. why, my dear, why so many question, why was it being seen in morocco? why did you being directed by a frenchman? you said, why do you have to play hockey? but then i read him the script and he gave me permission to go. what
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a menu on that call government has acknowledge mistakes made in algeria, west africa. the details of these events are not widely known and from both direct to say it's vital. these stories are told and we've can is a launching pad. hope that films will generate discussion about these painful periods of history. charlie angela out there can and one of the world's most active volcanoes, mount up on a spectacular displayed erupt back into life. fill me italian island fiercely on its feet. plumes of smoking hot lava meters up into the sky now at nor is believed to have the longest record of eruptions has been in almost constant state of activity for nearly 2 and a half 1000 years. ah
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