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right, if it's near the protestors we're hoping the supreme court would rule that the bill violates the constitution. the decision was expected this week, but at the last minute it was postponed until august, leaving many here frustrated. but in defeated these indigenous protesters already packing their bags to leave resilient, but they said this is not their last supper. they will return in august to fight for their rights monica, and i'll just 0 brazil. yeah. ah hello again. the headlines and i'll just 0. china is marking the chinese communist parties centenary with celebrations across the country. president she'd be paying address the nation from genamin square and said the era of china being bullied is over forever. from global time back,
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the communist party in chinese people have showed the world. the chinese people have stood up, the time in which the chinese nation can be bullied and abused is gone forever. the party showed the world that chinese people not only capable of dismantling the old world, but can build a new one. only socialism can save china. only socialism with chinese characteristics can develop china. bangladesh has gone into lockdown to try to stop the spread of coven. 19 driven by the delta variant, millions of migrant workers have been trying to get home before the restrictions came into effect. under the measures only emergency services and some export firms can continue to operate. the country reported a record number of cases on monday, more than 8 that was in 300 and not more than double a week earlier. for the 1st time in over 15 months, thailand, resort islands for catches allowing vaccinated international travelers to enter without warranty and restrictions wherever they must download
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a mobile app to health monitor potential outbreaks. thailand is battling its 3rd wave of the pandemic. 70 percent of residents have had at least one goes to the vaccine. a 1st nations community in canada says its found 182 unmarked graves at the side of a former residential school for indigenous children. they were detected in cranbrook in british columbia. the school closed in 1970 and has been converted into a golf resorts. the remains of what are believed to be more than a 1000 children have not been found at 3 different locations. donald rumsfeld, the us defense secretary, who orchestrated the invasion of afghanistan and was the main architect of the iraq war, has died. he was 88 years old, his career and the republican party span decades. and he served under multiple presidents. those are the headlines on al jazeera people in power is coming up next, bye bye. across the world,
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young actually basement organizes are on the move. the day we do the work in the 1st of a new series to people in new york city use different to me, the fight institutional racism and police brutality. this is indeed a wide problem that wires a systemic pollution generally can change on you gave me brazil's amazonian ring forest is the most precious ecosystem on the planet. vital for commenting climate change. by the time the world began to acknowledge that fact, 2 decades ago, vast tracts had been lost to illegal logging, capital ranching, and saw farms now and the brazil's right wing president job ball scenario. the rain forest is again being decimated at an alarming rate.
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the the sao paulo, brazil, my 3 pm. the city is smothered like black clouds of smoke. scientists eventually discover the cause of the size raging in the far north of the country. thousands of miles away in the amazon rain forest. official figures show more than 87000 amazonian fires are
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recorded in brazil. these fires destroy 10000 square kilometers of the amazon in 2019. while the brazilian government fails to act, the world responds with great with criticism focused on newly elected the far right president, julia bolton. i don't know why i thought there, hey, we know today was not happened by chance. he was, plan, fostered and executed by the boss on that a govern. this is true. oh, after bolton was election, brazil's environmental agency had the budget slashed. these economic policies are focused on developing the economy inside the amazon rain forest but albums investigation and a big problem. lack of implementation of brazil's forest laws. why did
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happen? the company looks to the fine fund, 2 or 3000000 has if i a use good liars, i can stay ears and years and years without bay from 1980 to 2019 penalties. book cutting trees down in protected areas. total. $17000000000.00 us dollars less than 4 percent of these fines were collected. corruption and the inability to collect fines have encourage more violators to set up shop inside the amazon. there's lots of people working with the people from illegal loading. the people from your business. there is a people linking to illegal gold mining. for example, there's a lot of people working with this chain off. crime is in the hours on there for
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station is one of the caird land, as he used to produce beef and agri products. a large portion of which is exported to parts of asia. people need to understand that we are all responsible for this. so even people, faraway pakistan in china, in australia are also helping with the environment problems in amazon because they are consumers. mm. worldwide forests still cover about 30 percent of the planners, but they are disappearing at an alarming rate. between 990-2016, the world lost 1300000 square kilometers a forest. according to the world bank that scenario larger than south africa, we arrive in the states of barbara to investigate the effects of the fires in
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northern brazil. burned down jungles now resemble a was erica veranda is an environmental scientist who's lived in the amazon for the last 10 years. he's my study, the destructive force of the fires. her barracka takes us for a walk inside a protected area to show as the impact of buyers on the amazon. so there's one of the main difference that are going to be within a bond for as an ongoing part. you can see that we're not seeing many trees and many big trees that we are still facing. the diameter of edison ah, the amazon rain forest has 410000000000 trees in this region alone. with
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a total of $76000000000.00 tons of carbon stored in them. if we were to the forest, the whole of them is amazing. that comprises 9 country all day emissions that are the rise for this for a station would be equivalent of a 100 years of the us for a few emissions. that's how much carbon the amazon stores. so it's a vital component to fight climate change. animals are being effective to it's believed that there are about 3000000 different species of plant and animal life from the amazon amazon. it's estimate that there is $16000.00 pieces arbitrary. unfortunately, a thing that was in my lifetime, if there is no political will. if we don't take strong positions that isn't going to be going me. what president bolts wants to abolish protection for indigenous language has called have been echoed by miners put self
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preservation ahead of environmental conservation. brazil is one of the biggest goal producers in the world. was also reported at 81000000 kilograms in 2018. there is a new gold rush in brazil to day one healed by soaring unemployment in regions inside the amazon rain forest there, evading public lands. log the trees, do some gold mining and damage in these areas or do some fishing and hunting me today. my news have become more organized, create incorporated to hunt for gold. collectively. the b one such cooperative is corporate. that was founded in 28 by foremost south palo banker, gilson campbell. or anything almost single me
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against you. me just see fit to meet the free me such gold mines, illegal as part of the brazilian government strategy to monetize the amazon. but drone images revealed damage to the environment. ah, this was once a lush green forest, with flora and florida spread all across the landscape. it's been replaced by energy guzzling machines. philip barclay
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copa, ga alone. as far as to 3000 square kilometers of amazon rain forest since 20 o a. the gold mining and the amazon rain forest is attractive for the high yield of gold. after extensive pattern, mercury is used to extract gold from the mud to process hold amalgamation.
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shut up thorn is not venza for sam lemaire. quarter inch to us you why sick are you they were since they sent you too. bye sheet are on the fuzzy just found in the crew had copper work without protective equipment or procedures to help them. discard the mercury safety stock or going up control k mile was what we can fetch currency by making the hit the the heat applied evaporates the mercury and gold is left in the news copper, ga mindful. 100 grams of gold today. april cell $500.00 us dollars. in the poor countryside, that's a fortune for
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a day's hard labor journal cars or when h right back is still been a seed. i years interesting. stone. nearly dear s o 14 just by the unwind illegal is done on your sake of india. so. so the role code is sell to shops in the city to process it into gold bars. the final product is exported to countries across asia, the middle east in america, earnings billions of dollars in revenue. mines like corporate evening, a legal and all part of president volta narrows master plan to monetize the amazon . net a select go a lot possible. memphis lease is not so if you've all he, i don't believe us one's going to be up for a parcel of jimmy to keep them. this is, this is what the map of my father used to. farmers are still deform sunday,
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the sharing. but we have a, he gives a bicycle to come up with is a message in but on the ground, the damage done by legal minds is irreversible in spacious, because of florida. stuff bad. so the new my was about losing food in my gosh with them. so school with fish than me solve, solve it. i don't one back to 5 key model is either. this is book last nice, but it system me see out that i'm i by law copa ga. supposed to restore the forests once the mine is close to phase is about to hit. so gilson takes us to a restored part of the mine. he's turned one area into a fish father while planting trees and another you
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know, happy days you just don't want you want to do a mission can serve you in the us. one is it just cut is and i put all them of i live on the ample rep would be volta yeah. man. so i get on the dela trudy, delaware, i don't know the image image don't see brazzel dale. and as i put it in the cookie. gotcha. and one for you to keep in mind that done, that's what he is. he woke my grand process, the but the mining companies want to use indigenous lands to expand operations and make more profits here pushing for a change in brazilian law, allowing firms to mine inside protected plans and indigenous reserves across the
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nation. giving a message and i got the lessons that are no saw why you really out. you like out of me. i'm out of school for the by jimmy lee, but it is louise on the the ancient look at cows or s nasha. s a. the if you see that is our process involving is uses a proportional cross, which most of them out of g, which is i don't mean that i might get angela ruffin visible mythical one. despite having protected status. indigenous territories are already facing an invasion. in part, our state alone, brazilian authorities estimates that 30 metric tons of illegal gold worth about one point. $1000000000.00 us dollars has been excavated, that 6 times more than the legal amount of gold traded in brazil.
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that she will group my just let me see much more in your morning to see share gov of in terms of price on your for after the see him a rep with the adult guy actually dodge through to choose this mining boom could lead to the extinction of indigenous communities that have weathered centuries of calamities in brazil's rain forest roughly 900000 indigenous people live in brazil. all belong to 400 tribes and speak more than 270 languages. jo. water as is the chief of the moon, deruka, dr. marty leads nearly 14000 members who have splintered into dozens of
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small villages. they've lived. yeah, the 1000 approaches selling emergency food in florida, but at least you might see would almost fall. almost florida most could be seen as you can see the longest. i grabbed the phone of florida 1st to the presence of florida. thank you so much. it's sonya sonya, dean. milky meals will inform you mckellar. he is a that's why juarez has to create orders are more commonly known as demarcations to identify his tribes. indigenous lands. motivated by the surgeon international price of gold minus choose to prospect for gold and protected reserves to evade taxes. oh,
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would i even though the johnston that up there might not. you might fudge 3 such sweet jets. but how could you got him prepared to get him from sonus 1111 board to actually meet you said you started going to like if you'd like to move in the black mountain presently meets permanently evicting and digital people from your land is forbidden. under article 231 of brazil's constitution, but the bolts in our government is planning to build jams and infrastructure in the top of your reservation to boost the economy. bombed with
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machetes, whereas in his crew ensure the conservation of 178000 hector's rain forest. which isn't it has been me estimate. gina been gotten a huge band key after they moved to space. so don't fit into legal is got incidental that they can use the white pressure decry i'm not, isn't right, but if you're just moist, kayla said the problem. the flores takes us to one such illegal mining site that was built right on the top of us river. me know,
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as we reach an abandoned mining pit, the extent of the devastation can only be cage from high above me. ah, kilometers protected rain forest are now mere ditches. me spend about equal to get much of the christmas lesson of when i saw to sort of this and then i feel is author, you know, i mean that i mean it all my legal guardian come with me. you're my case work here. you only a peek in my you know, and from my garage fellow manual key. so my defender went to flourish for you. you will see who could see who the seeker, florida, annoies,
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mom, morris up losing vision or this. but with little enforcement of the law, the destruction of continues little calls from randall cross country where it is to seal do you shall my lads. but hey, joyce kill is what i'm going to soon like. i love me. hon was indeed nosey. he's got to handle who have courses equal courses and eyes, and i called them number arg was e, cause i'm just saudi coventry in brazil. mining on indigenous territories is totally prohibited. the amazon contains about 20 percent of the world's total volume of river water. more than 80 percent of the world's food has its origins in this rain forest. apart from tearing down native forests in miners have also started digging for gold in the rivers contaminating these waterways with
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mercury. one plus other more the only fish. because we only show you fishy pico sally meant by their wash. key is cheap. julia must be must have somebody, vincent and in network key resolution work in a space. ok by model must be badge. he broke the shot up front. he fell. noise best comes put up with his elementary feel, list besotted us about you know, the vice of god joe compare. unless you just, you know that mighty fis, muscle, mac, so that by your eyes they will, he may be a florida. but when you get a miser meant that some whereas in his community can no longer fish in the river.
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they have to hunt for food on land. researchers found 92 percent of all hair and fish samples collected here at high levels of mercury, resulting and abnormalities in the central nervous system of incense. so hot roads is decided to take things into his own hands. as they plan to invade, brazil is congress to pressure politicians to take action. the bone elite for ela, xandra cora and the roku indigenous activist is leading the charge. that's because i got the local schools been turned into a makeshift camp. ah ah,
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please 15 on the roku tribals plan to visit brazil's congress to meet politicians and demands that their lands protected under brazil will be left alone. what is didn't he didn't you bring for him to where he could you give it to me? she'd be eligible zone g. i thought i didn't a good you put them in the coding to brazil's national institute for space research in 2018 alone, 5 square kilometers of indigenous monday routes land was deforested in 2019. the tree massacre increased to 15 square kilometers. the next day,
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the tribe prepares for battle. they believe also narrows. rhetoric has encouraged the advance of the mind is deeper into indigenous territory. whether the moon roku arrive at brazil's congregation, the main legislative body of the country. this movement is helped by the countries only indigenous congresswoman join. you know what each other she's only the 2nd inter, just woman to have ever been elected to congress. she made a little guy via the label. the progress bar was still july 8. it's only a phone call. she was to amount to more than $594.00 congress representatives only 3 show up.
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so i did. allison dra makes an impassioned plea for the right to them when i was in the law. and it seems to me still not been any think of been asked about what that's and who is a no, i mean that also no thank you to eat their mac up so that you know, think of them as i so know as these who may be new as the to the new module, as we do you in today. the deforestation, and the amazon claims an area the size of 2 football fields a minute. if consumption patterns don't change, 50 percent of the amazon may banish by 2030, destroying one of the world's largest carbon sinks, protecting existing rain forests, and aggressively planting new ones. maybe the only way forward. and perhaps one of the last few ways to help save this plan and call it um
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ah, the corona virus pandemic has altered modern society as governments have grappled with soaring cases, contact, tracing, and huge data collections are causing concern amongst civil rights activists. people in power investigates the ever increasing powers of government and businesses as they access peoples most personal data and asks, what is being done to regulate the flow of sensitive information under the cover of cove it on a jazzy data. i am sorry,
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