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deaths in a single day only the u.s. and peru have reached that threshold nearly $337000.00 people have died since the start of the pandemic chili bowl spawning upcoming elections by a month because of the pandemic presence about him pinera has signed a decree delaying this weekend's vote to may 15th the country is experiencing a spike in covered 1000 cases and close its borders on monday to try to control the outbreak in the u.s. the president says anyone over the age of 18 will be able to be vaccinated from the middle of this month but joe biden is warning that covered $1000.00 infections are still increasing with new a variance spreading quickly half of those new cases are from just a handful of states the virus is spreading because we have too many people who see the end of this secret the finish line already let me be deadly earnest with you we want to finish. we still have a lot of work to do we're still
a life and death race against these fires until we get more people vaccinated everyone to wash their hands socially distance and mask and recommended mass from the c.d.c. . the type of restraint used by the police officer charged with killing george ford has come under scrutiny in a u.s. court the 7th day of the try and focus on derrick show veins use of force and how officers should deescalate crisis situations and a team of doctors demanding to meet opposition leader has been detained the doctors say he's showing symptoms of respiratory illness now than he was jailed in february and sentenced to 2 and a half years in prison for parole violations international says no bond he's being held in conditions that amount to torture and may be slowly killing him those are the headlines coming up next it's women make science to stay with us. it's a very bleak picture for
a lot of americans out there white supremacy in fact all of our age if you're putting more money into the hands of someone 1st taking money out of the hands of other workers their own goes to their camp it becomes a us versus them this is the deal about constraining your nuclear program the bottom line the big questions on out is there are.
these forests is one of the most amazing places in the world. it is very very diverse. you can have a 1000000 questions every time that you go to the forest busy busy. even if you have all the ph d.'s that you want and you're still level ciro when it comes to the forest. for me that's really cool in science that you're always learning. and this knowledge is very powerful this knowledge can change people's lives can change a community. these forests if very threatened by the forestation. and here we have. issues of spidermonkey there is critically endangered that is their brown headed
their color and brown headed by their monkey. it is estimated that there's less than $500.00 individuals in the wild. for. all of them in the protocol. people really important for them. yes. i will tell you i don't know and again i can't. i. could wind up going out by not going. to be and i want to right now when you look at them a. minute ago you know our. command 0.
000000000009. there are still a lot of things that we need to discover that we need to find out iced tea did then to to yield this time to most in a certain area and how to inform the conservation of the species. i discovered that brown had spidermonkey started by toll or dispersion of certain tree species and it took on forest and gentlemen nation of trees ease improved by passing through the gods of. this means that they are declared to nurse of these. and us a number of the species well if you if we conserved them they were conserving the habit that the political so this forest for diversionary depends on this by them we
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a little bit of dollars but i'll say so good though. there are more ahead of me not a. few i left in mexico city in 2011 i came here for the 1st time after leaving cuba a year i realized that more had to be done in order to protect them. better. for. adventure. i mean everybody. got what i wanted if. you don't.
have the money. you can see like. the best to. your diversity hotspot that runs from south of panama until the north of to and the most affected area by deforestation ease the northwestern part of the where we are orange is that the sort of can do the research we have 2000 hectares there green area ease the remaining forest in this region there wide area. and area or the palm oil as well there is that have been deforested so far.
up by a lot is a local person that is trained to be a research assistant. when we started this project one of the bases west to involve local people in research and that for me has always been very important but it was only here that i could really develop this specifically that i teach to probably a logistical of lessons per month on science how to type in the data collected how to write down things. for. the bank to go or what is the most sort of thing. so yeah i think she is natural scientist that is always asking why. why is that bird eating from streets and she goes on to look at the bird for weeks until she finds out.
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and that's also our role to help them to understand the value of what they hear to understand. we are going to then into the guest house because these are farmers from this community so. we. need to make sure that everything's ok we have to avoid any more conflict with farmers because farmers are really. nice and good but they also have a limited because it's also their livelihood. value and.
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a van they would get out of my front of them had to get out of her head as a shot at. what now and then and i'm not mine and i have the and they tend to think that but i would say to give them a day to day. whereas it's very important to keep a record on the glass population care because they are indicators of the good health of the river systems and he's not studied yet here in atlanta. when they're young that pentad i gave it. more had the boy didn't want to call it. he had like a oh none we'll head again and acquire the order. so moyes will meet you. but you're not taken back by that is headed by you. haven't also let me. go out there and i'm not going. to miss the emphatic it and that i had for you and i like. it
but maybe i don't have to die yet i thought about that me and down made this. ticket the. book too good to see you go in that kind of that. i'm not a gun. i don't want that on my head it is going home to me you don't. i don't want. to do to push even if it's done this by that i'm. pleased money. we're putting together and i'm sleepy and gate of this sort o. . we identify them and we put a short description in spanish and this guy will be for the local communities and for the local schools when we started there was
a lot of misinformation about the animals that we have here and now they're probably other just a common bus others of conservation in their communities and that's how the message of conservation gets spread out. that you have. to be. ready me the moment you go you know and it was really really there would be. this is this you know we've got enough we should look we've. got to tell you the stuff is going up ok you might not want it i think that road you know. if you let me go yeah ok well no i think well you know we wish you know the you jacki tell us you know where i live now and the way you look at it is not what it was
close to it just that he said. it is it. was because he doesn't look at you say i'm a deity but most of the income on how well he has some money he. is around in some sort of that the man was the only man on the land and he really did have you know with me from people that have passed away the. very my nephew later. so proud of him as ever at least your mother that you're putting. in lieu. of us if. you will this is the beginning you. know you have you not a single thing about those i said that. i read and i'm sorry but you know what i think yeah you better let lugaid but i guess i'm not so i don't know for you know somebody you know. when i read those born muslims how white is on some control
other visible less you're missing the put others on the put a lot of us have by they say they are their own. dog democrat because say so when we look sick i know in terms of the super supreme court come to consider one of the . most i love most want to have a. set of i assume they don't get it i meant the left instead of assume that of us in this will not pick up an aisle seat but up them in this and i think i quite like diva case implemented with that and thought to not get the name c. yeah. another day i mean by family is the one out of. the ability to say yeah. yeah.
we will send her to a rescue center where she will be safe. she can have another chance of being rehabilitated and to be free ready. when we came to this place it was different we were different and less have been strange for them for their local communities to see women in charge of projects. going to the forest and carrying out field work and doing. job. i think we are a good role model for children and. i am very happy about that because we're
giving these girls a chance to see other options that they can study they can be a recognised with the work that they're doing. and i think science for me has been amazing in terms of finding my own way back. a passion for supporting local communities. and pioneering inoperative african science and technology projects how his how beautiful. stories are all of us on this planet not just africa al-jazeera front as a leading by a chemist determined to use his scientific knowledge to say africa women make science from the lab to the field on al-jazeera the climate has changed
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