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on the story it's on al-jazeera. be the hero in the world right. washing. matheson and the top stories on all jazeera a stampede at a religious festival in northern israel has killed at least 44 people the crash happened at a gathering for tens of thousands of ultra-orthodox jews on mount met on prime minister benjamin netanyahu has called the stampede a great tragedy ari fawcett has this update from the scene. all the way up to here we've been seeing the stragglers from the events overnight trying to get lifts getting on buses and we're talking talk to a couple of them one young man said that it was
a crime carried out by the police accusing the police of preventing people from earth from getting access to one potential exit routes out of the crush another man said that he had watched it take place from a distance and he saw people slipping down a set series of steps on top of each other. and that it was an unavoidable consequence of that that there were going to be deaths and injuries i also asked him if he had ever felt unsafe at this event before and this is an event that attracts some half a 1000000 people over a series of days every year not last year because of the pandemic but but in a typical year and he said yes every time he said was a miracle that nothing like this had happened before because of the lack of organization because of the difficulty of access for emergency services and for that the sheer sort of chaos and crush that attends each time that this biggest religious festival in israel takes place so as well as the buses who have been
coming which have been coming to evacuate the last remaining festival goes there are also been buses bringing more police in to carry out a major investigation into how this happened and there will be answers that will be sought from quarters both in terms of the organizers in terms of the police in terms of the government for allowing this to go ahead in such great numbers in such a small under-resourced under equipped it seems site. palestinian president mahmoud abbas has delayed parliamentary elections shuttled for next month abbas blamed a dispute with israel over voting in occupied east jerusalem hamas rejects the decision calling it a coup. brazil has become the 2nd country after the us to record more than 400000 deaths related to covert 19 health officials warn the daily toll could remain high because of slow vaccination rollouts and loose social restrictions like you know here has more from rio de janeiro the reason that this has been this has escalated
so much the world there are many reasons one was the total lack there was a lack of a national plan to fight the pandemic from the beginning the president downplayed the virus from the start they were brazil was late in starting the vaccine rollout and well and of course there is the new variant the 1st batch of emergency supplies from the us has arrived in india to help it battle spiralling coronavirus infections and deaths the ship includes hundreds of oxygen cylinders and regulators the white house has pledged supplies worth more than $100000000.00 on friday nearly 3 and a half 1000 deaths and more than 386000 cases were recorded that's a daily record thousands of people on both sides of the time in more border are preparing to flee their homes as fighting between armed ethnic groups and myanmar's military escalates the violence has forced hundreds to leave the region in recent
days but is in kurdistan the reporting of or near all of gunfire on the southern border with just hours after a cease fire agreement at least 13 people have been killed in fighting since wednesday the violence broke out at a water reservoir that both countries claim as their own both nations accuse the other of funding 1st. u.s. president joe biden has visited the state of georgia to promote his economic plan as the marks 100 days in office has attended a drive in rally in duluth where he pitched his vision to help grow the economy including investing trillions in jobs infrastructure and education. the kremlin's most high profile critic alexina vonnie has lost an appeal against a conviction for defaming a world war 2 veteran that came during his 1st court appearance since ending a 3 week hunger strike he denounced president vladimir putin as a thieving emperor with no clothes there was the headlines the news continues here on al-jazeera after all does it a world. there
are stories about the arab immigration in many countries in the world people leave their homelands for many reasons some conflict and persecution others follow educational opportunities while others seek a different life in their country. dr hassan of carries a story is about a small palestinian boy rescued from danger who later became a rescuer himself
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the best programs in the world of mobile field hospitals and soon we found out that it was led by a canadian canadian of palestinian origin i said well you know we want we want to have the best we want to bring him home so do whatever you can to get this canadian back make him an offer to come back here so we were fortunate to bring him back. to south of denver cross with the bilateral project that we have with the guy then we're close we're able to do quite a lot. of supporting. local unities on the part of the fact that as it is an ongoing crisis a conflict in south sudan. very important for all that he has really played together with colleagues within the kind of the across in
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nevertheless proud of their palestinian heritage. most of them go and i mean jemima national you were on camel for measure by the neo salama josie and the money . well when the locomotive thought it jades that i thought damn a lot of measure live within a year. or so to them they are shooting so now would be almost a measure to suffer to see a. lot of. the world kind of thing to fall over with. finesse and measured lama in sunny here . in y.m.c.a. and. modern falsely me it was so that they're going to have sort of. that ahmed in sunny have been a would you was in the had a few although. if he had to be highly usual could not the man at the job
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he does i think growing up we kind of got to see different things he would bring home pictures and explain things to us so we got a better insight into what was going on in the world and it definitely made me appreciate the life that we had. and i think i'm just so proud because he does so much for other people and i hope that one day i can do as much as he does for other people. who. do you know who the nominee do you know in the law in a cornfield will feel i have to. take one woman who is. a year and then. and said emma. you are the national you know. and i figured that i had to kind of them in my being out of the wind i don't. i thought i'm in the had to she lived. with them and i mean is it shows that home
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continue with has a humanitarian work which has so far taken him to 35 countries. coming up a georgia woman who is one of america's most highly regarded physicians a leading authority on a serious inflammatory disease. well if we cannot have palestina my government was suddenly not allowed britain to control the french press time would be an outrage but then we need to find another
solution before we come to blows just 100 years ago britain and france made a secret deal that would influence the shape of the middle east for centuries to come and so. now we can during the. psychs become lines in the sand on al-jazeera. a century ago they were cold colonialists. 50 years ago and they were no us immigrants today they are citizens. in the light of france's 2021 contentious so-called separatism laws look back at the history of muslim immigration in france in a 3 part series. muslims affronts episode one on al-jazeera . no rains for months our because once lush vegetable garden has turned to dust she says it's as if the land has given up on her but she has not given up on
the land. in this land you can grow not just to biscuits but carrots potatoes onions collie flower if only we had water. during the rainy season it's another story the land springs to life the state pays and others to plant trees as part of the great green wall project an initiative to stop dessert if occasion from east to west africa. because of rising temperatures and the lack of rainfall most of the trees planted are either dying or already dead and while polluting countries have recently pledged billions of dollars more in funds for those projects people here say they're throwing money into the desert they say they don't need more trees but more access to water. a series of special events is being planned to mark the 100 years since the creation of northern oil
but gregg's it has renewed old tensions and put dilation reunification back on the agenda al-jazeera will be reporting from both sides of the border in this milestone moment for irish politics. matheson in doha the top stories on al-jazeera a stampede at a religious festival in northern israel has killed at least $44.00 people across happened at a gathering for tens of thousands of ultra-orthodox jews and monk met on prime minister benjamin netanyahu has called the stampede a great tragedy harry fawcett has this update from the scene all the way up to here we've been seeing stragglers from the events overnight trying to get lifts getting on buses and we're talking so to a couple of them one young man said it was
a crime carried out by the police accusing the police of preventing people from from getting access to one potential exit routes out of the the crush another man said that he had watched it take place from a distance and he saw people slipping down a set series of steps on top of each other palestinian president mahmoud abbas has delayed parliamentary elections scheduled for next month abbas blamed a dispute with israel over voting in occupied east jerusalem hamas rejects the decision calling it a coup. brazil has become the 2nd country after the us to record more than 400000 deaths related to covert 1000 health officials warn the daily toll could remain high because of slow vaccination rollouts unloose social restrictions. the 1st batch of emergency supplies from the u.s. has arrived in india to help it battle spiralling coronavirus infections and deaths the shipment includes hundreds of oxygen cylinders and regulators the white house
has played supplies worth more than $100000000.00 dozens of people on both sides of myanmar as border with thailand are preparing to flee their homes as fighting between armed ethnic groups and minimize military escalates the violence has forced hundreds to leave the region in recent days. police in kyrgyzstan are reporting more gunfire on their southern border with just hours after a cease fire agreement at least 13 people have been killed in fighting since wednesday violence broke out at a water reservoir that both countries claim as their own. u.s. president joe biden's visited the state of georgia to promote his economic plan as he marks 100 days in office is attended a drive in rally in duluth where he pitched his vision to help grow the economy including investing trillions in jobs infrastructure and education those are the headlines coming up next on al-jazeera it's more from the real world good buy.
and to grading successfully into a new country can be challenging under any circumstances but across the world many arabs do succeed in building in new york and you know warding lives elsewhere. professor now dress always says jordanian and today she's a specialist in your maternity at the university of illinois in the united states.
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exactly what she does in virtue a patient's laughter and i know that late in the evening she will take a course she will take a patient that she needs for the almost thing that is a saint here in our hospital. in this. our motto is arthritis michaud father min amount of that rheumatism ily mabus that shibu shot him with a were very highly and. when my dad took torah she was shahada about ha been duck is the illinois did minute. of the rheumatism wanted it dearest that evan it was the life. her move but i think it was very significant to our division she is one of the most compassionate rheumatologist i know she connected us to pharmaceutical company and we got funding for
a face for trial we recently received another funding through doctors twice from pfizer looking at other potential drugs i think she had a significant impact in my career i can tell you that. prior to doctors twice walking into my room i had hit rock bottom there were no known medical treatments remaining for me to try there appeared to be little hope but i trusted god's plan remember approximately 20 years ago i was diagnosed with a rare blood disorder and i almost died many times after probably about 5 years of going through multiple treatments and everything failing just nothing was working i found myself giving up hope after that i found myself in the hospital again i was in excruciating pain and mixing in no one walks instructor and that doctor was doctor so i and she brought treatments to me that no other doctor had brought and gave me in my life. and so i need to sort of.
men the man a beloved child who will leave. the what. is she now. sandra. kind of mars's a sob in. less than 100. well professor summers has a clearly progressed to the top of her chosen field she has not forgotten her roots today she passes on her experience to the next generation of doctors medical students. hoping to practice in the united states. and a constant high in just. in just the.
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think is one of the unique characteristics that really enhances media is not only capability but her luster and reputation as a physician of extreme high caliber that can deliver on the high yield she would still america's and who america's very mackley and but should have a thorough member man of the. the. sarcoidosis place the program here is the top one to 2 percent in the world actually and the reason for that is number one the number of patients that we're seeing number 2 is the clinical trials that are groups where he says involved in a number 3 years the use of biologics which are new agents in the treatment of patients with sarcoid and so dr suess is trying to do is personalized the treatment of sarcoidosis for an individual patient. i think she i said yeah there is the
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perhaps professor series is a greatest challenge an achievement has been to adopt a clear work life balance between the needs of herself really and of her demand. and of the widgets and some you had to say in a dict or a it's a walk i'd. wish that holly and i might be mistrustful university of illinois and they were a day in the mirror had their bill jamma or michael ignatieff son have to sophos about. and our economic. or dounia. but a mini how can a person 10 going to show forbidden was the best. half about america on a boy or a father annoyed as a mad equipment so as to give all my stuff at alameda at this afternoon how would you get my hack at look at that to get my digital clock niman and i. knew by then huh was that
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turn your business a rock can boil over the 3 how the alamo law daughter be. a half a ballad that with a highly magnetic almost a whole a an in the how will diamond a could make mr libby to you melissa marla do you as old she has been as the rock would be a corner alig a domestic leo at the rebellion a mother by another there or make up just like there have been for many who must have passed their concern and the babysitter oh damn and here charlotte when i git clear on a list of my patients for men and children my hear hear she cares about her patients her care i've never seen anyone before and she's been my role model that i even have her back on my phone so every day whatever struggles i'm going through it's because of her that i'm able to push through it. here when she met a lot of math and other. a lot of me and how to few mahommed with
a lot of the them and well them to have him and mature for them i love the 2nd month of them. men sent machine alla america to tell la quinta certain nicholson in the law and order had a dish of i do a show for holly tara for lula da lola their mom home while home alabama mom. my officium in the perfect afia child officium in the behind at jalan was bonnie i will at home all in the actual. mako to be fair no i know one. condition. i had been near them in order to know what their mahtani. their medical achievement jordanian doctor nodded off so as have improved the lives
of thousands of her patients. while dr. international humanitarian work has also had a major impact. in quite different ways they both change conflicts lives for the better. hello there we're dealing with an unusual disturbance over the middle east i'll talk about why it's unusual in a sec but 1st let's look at the impact that it's had this is toward mecca after severe thunderstorms rolled through on tuesday some hail here and flooding just because of all that rain it had to go somewhere and it did and it's unusual here is
why it's unusual because we've got the rain for yemen not just in the mountains but this is also falling over lower ground as well so that rain will continue for yemen as we head towards saturday spells of what weather for areas of iran particularly toward the south and also unsettled for northern afghanistan still getting some pulses of moisture as we head toward tanzania some pretty good downpours to throw at the democratic republic of the congo i want to take you further south because watch this push of moisture for the eastern cape we're really going to have to. check for the potential flooding over the next few days this system is also going to drop the 1st snow of the season for the suit to a vengefully making its way to johannesburg so i show the 3 day forecast there is where it becomes unsettled we've got some thunderstorms into the picture but by sunday conditions will begin to dry out.
killing the debates don't. stuff action and amplify your voice you're only human issue a narrative the media will miss when true story no topic is off the table why in the world when we humanize an individual domestic terrorist this was an illegal occupation of a country what they're doing is they're removing or just historical revisionism this stream where a global audience becomes a global community on al-jazeera joggers in new delhi take advantage of the relatively clean air after weeks of toxic small stopped people from venturing outside institutions including harvard say air pollution is leading to more severe cases of the coronavirus and more deaths from it and nowhere in india a situation worse than a daddy the number of cases ordered record highs and where a desperate situation of the indian government set up a new commission to monitor sources of and pollution across 5 known for d.
the state's health experts and bob mentioned this and been warning for months that the easing of the lockdown would lead to an increase in pollution and the impact that would have on those because of the 19. ready. at least 44 people are killed in a stampede at the a religious festival in israel emergency rescue services describe it as a national catastrophe. play watching al jazeera live from doha with me fully back to bore also ahead desperately needed foreign aid arrives in india as a country registers another record number of coronavirus cases.