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river, be planning for golden, this area for centuries. the best time of year to do it is the winter because the river is lower than during the summer months. these tiny little yellow flings you can see might not look much. it was around $50.00, the grand ah president change in paying so china will never be believe again, as the governing communist party celebrates its 100 anniversary. ah, what channels is there a life from a headquarters in delphi, daddy navigate also ahead. indigenous people call for the cancellation of canada day as more than 180 unmarked graves are found at a former residential school, empty streets in bangladesh. as it goes into another lockdown to curve,
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a surgeon cover the 1900 infections box. you've been wonderful my number stranded to see we hear from some of the hundreds of thousands of seafarers who have been abandoned on their ships because of the panoramic. ah, china's governing communist party has been celebrating the 100000 of, or 3 of its founding, addressing crowds and gentlemen square and beijing president, she, jim ping, hale china is irreversible course away from colonial humiliation. while she prays the party for raising incomes on restoring national pride, he failed to mention its historic failures. katrina, you reports from beijing in the early hours of closing, mooney, $70000.00 people gathered in beaten enemy square to mark the $100.00 anniversary of china's communist party. youth choir sang revolutionary ballads,
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while fighter jets and helicopters flew overhead. it was a well choreographed display of nationalism and power performed with precision president. she didn't ping address the crowds, saying the party had transformed china from a backward week country into a strong water one. the fishing that we have brought about historic revolution to the problem of poverty in china. and we are now marching in confidence, tries to as a 2nd. and henry go a building china into a great modern social country. in all respects, my dressed includes reminiscent of party, found a mount don't. she said the party had kept its promise of lifting hundreds of millions out of poverty and would continue to achieve success to the chinese people . it is aimed at winning, not just respect for the party admiration for the body, but also an emotional connection between the, you know,
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she and the people they want to engender that, you know, we are the ones who saved you from foreign depredations of alike. so that it works on a number of level and of course it's a show of force, actual food for friends and adversaries abroad. president, she had this warning floors wanting to undermine the parties. rule told me that tiny people will never allow any foreign forces to oppress slavery for anyone who dares to do that will be on the collision course against the great was still full by over 1400000000 chinese people deleted also praised the party in order to comb, something achieved to cracking down on the territory democracy movement and vowed to reunite taiwan with china. beijing considers the self ruled island, a renegade chinese province to pay responded by saying its determination to defend its sovereignty and democracy was unchanged. not mentioned during the celebrations
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were the historic favorites of the party, the violence and destruction of the cultural revolution, the 1900 sixties and seventies, or the brutal crackdown of the $989.00 kennedy square protests, its incarceration of an estimated 1000000 ethnic muslim week is so called we education camps has also been condemned by governors rights groups abroad. but they're not openly talked about. it's very not to research them. so the party wants the highlights, not the law lives try to find praised and coming to coffee outside. it's a different story. this celebration comes at times when international criticism is agent with policies and abroad in beijing is response to that criticism on thursday with loud and clear, it's simply isn't listening. katrina, you out a 0 meeting or the celebrations were marked by a heavy security presence in hong kong. adrian brown is there more well in the
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heart of hong kong, a busy street has been sealed off by police. and the reason for that is that traditionally, this is the place where the annual july, the 1st march begins, and we are rallies and rule so held with but the 2nd year running police have denied permission for that to happen fighting cobit 19 and warning. but anyone taking part in a process that is not authorized risk violating the new national security law, the police have been stopping people wearing black and checking their ideas. meanwhile, on the other side of town, john lee, who is the security secretary and currently standing in the carry land. the chief executive davis speech to an audience to the ceremony on thursday morning saying the national security law had brought stability back to hong kong. after a long period of calles, young sir highway will walk out. therefore, as we safeguards the national security citizens can still enjoy freedom such
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freedom of speech, press assembly and protest in accordance with the law on what around? 10000 police are on duty here at the moment. and earlier in the day, the police broke up a full man protest. this group was calling for the release of all political prisoners. they were question. they were briefly detained, but they were not arrested. they were allowed to continue with their march. and the authorities say that is prove that freedoms in hong kong remain intact. first nations community in canada says it's found a $182.00 unmarked graves at the sight of a former residential school for indigenous children. they were detected in cranbrook and british columbia. the school closed in 1970. the remains of what are believed to be more than a 1000 children have not been found at 3 different locations. at least 150000 indigenous children were forcibly sent to the schools where neglect and physical
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abuse were widespread. for more than half of canada's residential schools were operated by the roman catholic church, but it hasn't apologized for its rule. indigenous leaders planned to travel to the vatican in december. did the anglican churches apologize, the presbyterian churches apologize, you know the church and apologized. and this is really part of truth and be part of the healing and reconciliation process for survivors to hear the apology for the highest position within the roman catholic church, which is the pope. there are no guarantees of any kind of apology or anything coming for there's no guarantee that he'll even come back to canada, but we have to make the attempt. danielle morrison is a lawyer and she says there's still a lack of education around residential schools in canada. when i was going to high school and we just took canadian history and i was in high school very long ago. there was about 4 or 5 pages that was dedicated to indigenous people and had spoken
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. though we were people of the past living and canoe has been wigwam in peace and there might have been a single paragraph about residential schools. this is an injustice for canadians, the fact that our education system has failed them. and so a lot of canadians are now grappling with this history and ongoing injustice towards the digital people to the point that they're very upset about the potential of cancelling canaday. i've heard many people in my hometown where they actually kept the fireworks, who are now saying, well, way to go, you've ruined it for the kids. and i really have to disagree with those settlements because this is an opportunity to do right by our children and teach them compassion and humanity to take a pause, a sombre pause, and be in follow geraghty. we're not asking for a lot. we're asking for some time in space to grieve, and we will continue to great grieve as more graves are uncovered
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in travel through europe is becoming easier for people who been vaccinated. the you is introducing its digital code with 1900 pounds from thursday in the hope of reviving its economy . but a rise in cases of the delta variance is prompt and calls for vigilance. natasha butler reports from paris at paris is only at port airline staff. check travelers, documents, european union citizens mas now shown you co certificate to travel on paper or in digital form. it shows if a person is vaccinated or has a recent negative p. c r, test member states can adjust their entry room according to the health situation in the country. bought the cobit stiff good will be standardized throughout the block . particular me, it's more paperwork, but we've been vaccinated. we have a p c r test. it's all good. i think it's
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a necessary measure coveted over yet. and we must avoid at all costs the risk of people of any age getting sick. and we go the, you want to make it easier for people to crawford. the board has, after more than a year of coven restrictions, paris is usually one of the world's most visited cities, bought the pandemic as men 13 you were tourists. the hope for the coven certificate will encourage people to travel again, and i will pick and make recovery from like most european countries has lifted many restrictions to refuse of ended, and people no longer need to wear masks outdoors. but the french government says there's growing concern is the spread of the highly contagious delta variant. regarding the adopt a delta variant is progressing, it is even progressing very quickly. it represented about 10 percent of contamination last week, but he's doubled in less than a week. so medical experts say the delta varying could account for 90 percent of cases in europe by august. portuguese officials recently impose the we can lockdown
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in lisbon after a spike in cases you officially say, countries must act if the health situation in their country deteriorates them. it is not over yet. this has been made very clear by di and mergence of new volumes of the virus. this is why we are proposing an emergency break, which allows member stairs to reintroduce measures. it's a fine balance for the you if it works, to minimize health risks while trying to reinvigorate economies and allow people from freedom. but often more than a year of living with the unpredictability of the pandemic. the key, the european officials, is that people remain vigilant. natasha butler. i'll just sarah paris. angle dash has gone into one. we walked down to stop a surge of cobra. 1900 cases driven by the delta variant. thousands rushed home before the restrictions came into effect. under the measures only emergency
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services on some export firms can continue to operate trans. your child re has more from docker. most of the businesses are closed except for green grocery mark at the fruit shop pharmaceutical and for that export, our industries are open. government and up is open. but under strict guidelines, a lot of the garments workers yesterday on road city as well as i've got, i've got it protested because they don't have public transportation to go to the factories in. factors have their own buses, but not not everyone. so therefore, the major protests outside dhaka and into the wrong yesterday the states are more or less and empty. you can see all the shutters. it's pretty much closed. we saw a few army military patrol across the city, but very few check funds by the military. it's mostly police or other law enforcement agencies, some working class paper. all those are in the informal sector are allowed to walk
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through and try cycle ritual famous. and those are allowed to go in the streets. people are using them as a mode of transportation, but by and large, this is one of the busiest total fair in the capital city. nearly 18000000 practically empty. you can see the still ahead on, i'll just 0. a journalist and activists are among those targeted in a space of killings in haiti. capital where the gangs are taken charge. ah, ah, it's time for the journey to winter sponsored by kettle airways. there are no tropical storm around the moment in the western pacific, but there's still plenty of rain that's the seasonal rain frontal system that goes in and out, causes flooding in some places,
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not necessarily where you'd like it. it's just south of tokyo. and this canceled the 1st round of the ladies gulf. i cannot say things will improve of the next 24 hours because there's more rain just south of turkey. and that's the season on line . take you back to the yanks he basin, which of course is a big flood plain and is supposed to flood, and it will do. and the heavy rains, the north that running through beijing, for example. not necessarily in the korean peninsula of the eastern side. it looks a bit cloudy and damped. real rain is back in china and stays the southern china and hong concluded though she made is rather dry at the moment. i didn't forecast that i'm on soon right to take the step back from most of india. you'll get an idea from that satellite picture. everything's up in the northeast need the right to think that bangladesh and ne, in india, big rain flash flooding. but everywhere else, where has it gone apart from the western gaps that on shore breeze took in quite dry. and the pre monsoon heat is still there up in rochester, up in new delhi. and for most of pakistan, just
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a few thunderstorms to east as heat in the hall sponsored pay cut on airways. frank assessments is an argument for suggesting that the buyer and ministrations actually been a long game. it's very much of a warm embrace of the iran nuclear deal because of us domestic politics informed opinions, schools, and shelters of been reduced to rubble. how do you think this shapes a generation and their policy? then their life has been shape? why vitamin the in depth analysis of the dates global headlines inside story on our jazeera, ah, ah, the
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fellow again to touch stories on al jazeera, the, our china is not going to chinese communist parties, 10 century with celebrations across the country. president gigi paying address the nation from chinaman square and said the era of china being bullied is over for 1st nations community and canada has found $182.00 unmarked graves at the sight of her former residential school for engine, as children they were detected and crammed in british columbia school closed in 1970 bangladesh has gone, is locked down to stop the spread of cover 19 driven by the delta variance, millions of migrant workers have been trying to get home before the restrictions came into effect. donald rumsfeld, the us defense secretary, who orchestrated the invasion of afghanistan and iraq who died at the age of $88.00 . our state department correspondent, ross and jordan, takes a look back at his life and career. donald rumsfeld was brass and abrasive,
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infamously, so his critic say the combination was the former u. s. defense secretaries, undoing during the worst days of the us war in iraq rumsfeld take, he was right. his critics were wrong and they couldn't stand it. rumsfeld was a survivor of washington politics. he made history as both the youngest and the oldest secretary of defense. and he did the bidding of for republican presidents in 1983 president ronald reagan sent rumsfeld to baghdad to try to broker closer ties with saddam hussein. but 2 decades later, it was defense secretary rumsfeld, who argued saddam had to go in rejecting the president's ultimatum. the iraqi regime had chosen war over peaceful design. and a us led war was the way to make that happen. he and other bush administration
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officials accused a rock of helping to plan the september 11th attacks, which it did not. rumsfeld also accused a rock possessing weapons of mass destruction, which did not. he was wrong, but rumsfeld refused to say so. we believe the intelligence was correct, it turns out that it was not completely correct. at 1st rumsfeld embraced the neo conservative idiology of exporting us style democracy and nation building. but it is 2013 memoir rumsfeld changed his tune. i did not think resolving other countries, internal political disputes, paving roads erecting power lines, policing streets, building stock, market and organizing democratic governmental bodies were emissions were our men and women in uniform. more important rumsfeld refused to plan for the possibility that a rock could tumble into chaos and civil war. again, he wouldn't apologize. there are known known,
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there are things we know. we know. we also know there are known unknowns. that is to say, we know there are some things we do not know. critic said, rumsfeld desire to spend as little money as possible to fight the war. meant us troops didn't have the protection they needed from roadside bombs. and they said this exchange between a soldier and rumsfeld proved he didn't care. now why do we soldiers who have to dig through local landfills for pieces of scrap metal and compromise, ballistic glass stuff on our vehicles. and why do we have those resources readily available to us? you go to war with the army. you have not the harmony you might want or wish to have around the world. rumsfeld was a symbol of us, our guns, the military prison at guantanamo opened on his watch. we're going to do that. right. and the other hub abuse scandal exploded while rumsfeld was in charge
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with the us war in iraq going badly rums not resigned at the end of 2006, leaving a legacy that is decidedly controversial. rosalyn jordan al jazeera, he was comedian bill cosby has been released from prison after pennsylvania supreme court overturned his conviction. the 83 year old served more than 2 years of a 10 year sentence on charges of drugging anna salting. a woman. my kind of reports from washington d. c because be has essentially been set free on a legal technicality. but with an ards of the decision, he was back at his home, appearing before the cameras with some of his lawyer as well. we believe fall fully, that he never should have been prosecuted because there was an agreement made. he relied on that agreement and you can't have a system where prosecutors don't hold up to their words. essentially what the supreme court is saying is that because the should never have been arrested because
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there was a non prosecutorial agreement in place that prohibited our office from prosecuting him in 2015 cosby himself tweeted, i have never changed my stance nor my story. i have always maintained my innocence . andrea constant, one of the women who brought the assault charges against cause the released the statement saying in part, today's majority decision regarding bull cosby is not only disappointing but of concern in that it may discourage those who seek reporting or participating in the prosecution and opinion shared by this former city prosecutor, there is no other way to spend it. it's definitely going to have a chilling effect to other women coming forward and particularly when they're coming forward. i get powerful men and positions like bill cars. we so it's a sad thing, there is no other way to say it isn't going to need to women, i it's not a win,
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but it's certainly a moment in which we all understand that it's a long road to justice. you know, there are many locks on the way to the pennsylvania supreme court did not exonerate crosby it made clear in its opinion. he cannot stand trial on the same charge. again. mike hannah, out 0, washington, a journalist and activists there among 15 people killed in a spade of shootings in haiti's capital. just a warning. this story contains graphic images that some viewers may find disturbing theories of bo reports for weeks now. violence in haiti's capital has been out of control. gangs are now said to be in charge of entire areas of puerto prince. on tuesday, at least 15 civilians were killed when the police allegedly responded to an attack
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that had left an officer dead. local residents are shock. i heard this terrible news. i told my mom, i'll go see if any relatives died in the massacre. i was shocked to see my cousin died for nothing. i asked myself where this country's going. among the dead were journalist view, shaft, an activity. and when do claire? many theories fellow actively strike francois says they were executed for speaking out against the government. she was an activist and she was very, she had a very strong message against the government about the whole situation actually. so we believe that was targeted and me personally, i believe like the whole all other people that were, you know, killed with that was a plan to cover the target assets. assassination for months, thousands of haitians have been taken to the streets to protest against the government
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of presidential and moist. who has ruled by decree for the past 18 months. he has failed to call for legislative elections and wants to reform the constitution. critic say, it's an f to strengthen his groupon power. separately, gaggs are claiming they're in control of the island nation, and the government appears to be unable or unwilling to do anything about the security situation. last week, former police officer turned gang leaders. he said, he see says he was launching a revolution against the country. delete not. i'm telling people to keep looking for what's the last 2. what is your money, which is in bank stores in supermarkets, so go and guess what is rightfully yours. many people have a youth, members of his cabinet, of colluding with a gang members in the united states. some members of congress are trying to push president joe biden to hold us to port for my ease and listen more to the haitian people. something many in haiti calling for we just part of
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a whole geopolitical game where we are not human. you are just transaction stop bushings, your worries when you know, even for your country, you would not think the guy as a person would do something for you. so why you continue to support, but well, it should be actively say of those who dare speak up about the situation in the country, faith intimidation, and even death. that government, for its part seems unable to come up with any solution that will improve people's life. that is, i will defeat her when marz military genta has released around 2300 prisoners from a jail and the largest city and gone. official said journalist on activists are among those freed on wednesday, tens of thousands of prisoners were released in april with jailed activists were not included. a 3 protest by indigenous people in brazil has ended in
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frustration. the supreme court postponed a ruling determining their rights to claim ancestral lands. monica, and a cap reports from brazilian for the past 2 weeks, hundreds of indigenous protesters have been camping in the heart of the capital, brazil. yeah. they've come from all over brazil. even the most remote villages of the amazon plan was tonight more than 40 indigenous peoples and to stop congress from approving controversial bill, backed by the powerful farm lobby and president jadem ball. so natalie himself on the ball. so now to solve the, i'll put there. no, but as you also, nora has said he will not set aside a single centimeter of indigenous reservations since there's no gratian. several attempts have been made to limit how rights to claim our territories. among them,
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a bill barring recognition of ancestors lands, which were not occupied by $988.00 when brazil's democratic constitution was approved. indigenous leaders there that fixing a cut off date violates their constitutional rights. the bill doesn't take into account that many were violently expelled from their lands before 988 human loss marvia. but if we fought for our rights when the constitution was being drafted, we will fight against those who want to override our constitutional right. that's also 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 defeat it, 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
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for their rights monica and all just 0. brazil you cases of fif errors being abandoned on ships because of the cobra. 1900 pandemic or at a record high. some have been stuck on board for months. jerome rose reports more than 90 percent of global trade is moved by c, filipino dean. perino is one of the 1600000. c fairs help transport goods around the world on merchant ships. really just give the really cool job when the pandemic, his hundreds of thousands, of se, ferris were left stranded on their ships. some were abandoned altogether left for months without pay or provisions. that's what happened to the 19 crew members of the law. a boat carrier that's been docked in a port in kuwait for a year and
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a half back and everything stopped. event mother would have been handled in 2020 the ship's own on us one trading and contracting said it had no funds to support the vessel and cut contact with the crew. some of them had been unable to leave the ship for more than 2 years. getting diesel, this is a review for emergency because i think this is our thing called a washing dental. this is not a fool with no wages most have been forced to borrow money to support their families back home. i promise the money like that one thing, india i've got money. all of my international transport work has federation has more than 150 inspected boarding ships worldwide. matthew
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purcell is from it's a stray and brass, he says, shipping is one of the worlds worst regulated industries. we still have an incredible man of them. scale. dougherty going on on the holiday season. so seafarers still stranded have no choice but to wait for the day when they can once again step on dry land from ambrose out to 0. why he wants the full documentary, forgotten, etc. on algebra 11 east on thursday, a 2230 gmc, ah, hello again. the headlines on al jazeera, china is mark in the chinese communist party centenary with celebrations across the country. president change and paying address the nation from gentlemen square and said the era of china being bullied is over forever. food broken time by the
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communist party in chinese, people have showed the world. the chinese people have stood up the time in which the chinese nation.

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