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me, you want to help save the world, sneeze into your own. ah, ah, me. europe under 5 or failing to deliver vaccines that promised to africa, which is in the grip of a 3rd wave of covert cases. ah, nor entails his own just hear a lie from london also coming up on the vash locks down for a week while thailand opens up the under cat to foreign tourist. despite surging infections, a trump organizations long time finance chief surrendered to new york,
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prosecutors, and pleads not guilty to tax crime charges and angry protest across turkey. as president, edwin pulls the country out of a treaty, protecting women from violence. ah, the world's dramatic vaccine divide has left africa struggling to cope with a crushing 3rd wave of current of virus infections. while rich vaccinated nations reopen their economies, african hospitals are becoming overwhelmed. oxygen supplies are running low, and the virus is spreading to rural areas. only one percent of people across africa have been vaccinated. amount in charge of securing doses for the continent has blocked in europe, saying it's failed to deliver a single vaccine from the millions it promised. not a single dose, not one buyer has left
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a european factory. for africa. ok, when we've gone to talk to their manufacturers, they tell us that they are completely maxed at meeting the needs of europe. we are referred to india. ok, where a number of manufacturers exist that are manufacturing vaccines like the astrazeneca vaccine. under license. ok, europe has to decide, you know, you can't say you supporters, they have vaccinated, so many of their own people that they can now watch football without masks. the 3rd serge, if current or vice infections that's gripping africa has been described as extremely aggressive. 5 and a half 1000000 infections have been confirmed among the continents 1300000000 people. the head of the africa centers for disease control and prevention warned
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there's been a 23 percent increase in the number of cobit related deaths in the past week. he says 1600000000 vaccine doses and needed to meet the goal of fully vaccinating 60 percent of the continent. so population kovacs promised to deliver 700000000 doses to africa by december. but the african new year in special envoy says so far, just $65000000.00 i've actually arrived. i mean the race in the non jury capital, a boucher has more on the a you invoice reaction. he was angry that when they, what, when they travel to europe, to seek for these vaccines, even from their own, from the pockets of african government to address the crisis at home. europe in factories referred them to india. and now, some european countries, i've been questioning the if, because of the vaccines, the same us transactions. i suppose, any objections being produced in europe that are now being produced in india that
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are currently using africa. so they said that he said that's a big worry. and that you was, we were saying that by december and the african continent was told that they will be no vaccines arriving. the countries or the governments of the, of countries in the car on the continent would have made previous necessary arrangements to supply or get vaccines for their population. but these, i said, was wrong on the part of college because that lured many african governments into i felt a full sense of security thinking about reactions or doses of anti covet vaccines. what come by december and no, no doze was able to reach the continent in the last 6 months. now, africa currently is in the 3rd wave of its, of covered 19 and death rates have spiked by 23 percent in the past week alone. so there is concern here that things could get worse before the african continent. get
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a grip on the situation currently. okay, mariani is a senior policy advisor for the people's vaccine alliance. she says, well, get government. so putting profits before people bridge come to like the u. k, like the g 7 just are putting the property to pharmaceutical companies above public health, but not by not pushing companies to share the knology so that others in, in developing countries can produce the vaccine. so we are on the, you know, the mercy of the company, police in uganda, hunting for a man who posed as a doctor to sell and administer fake current of our respect seems to hundreds of people to nurses who were working with him. move already been arrested. health officials as a man persuaded several companies to pay for their employees to be vaccinated. charging between $28.00 to $56.00 per shot. doctor suspect he was injecting people with water. but out of area, just fuel surgeon infections in uganda,
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which is recorded more than a 1000 deaths. travel through europe has just become easier for people who have been vaccinated against coven. 19. the european union has introduced its digital covert pass with hopes it will help revive the continent the economy, but it coincides with a rise in cases of the delta variant. after 10 weeks of declining infections, latasha popular reports from paris at paris is the only airport airline staff check travelers, documents, european union citizens mas now shown you covey 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 the entry rules according to the health situation in the country. bought the cobit stiff, good will be standardized throughout the block. particular. it's more paperwork, but we've been vaccinated. we have a p c r test. it's all good. i think it's a necessary measure of it isn't over yet, and we must have void at all costs. the risk of people of any age getting sick and
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we go the, you want to make it easier for people to cross its borders. after more than a year of coffee restrictions. paris is usually one of the world's most visited cities, bought the pandemic as men 13 you were tourists. the hopes of the coven certificate will encourage people to travel again, and i hope i can make recovery from like most european countries has lifted many restrictions to refuse of ended, and people no longer need to wear masks out doors. but the french government says there's a growing concern in 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 imposed the weekend,
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locked down 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 the emergence of new volumes of the virus. this is why we are proposing an emergency break, which allows member stairs to read use 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 there are paris and alicia security forces are patrolling the streets as the country locked down for one week to try to stop a surge of coven 19 cases. public transport is closed and only central services and some factories can continue to operate. the rise and infection is driven by the
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delta variant, which is highly transmissible. hospitals struggling, particularly in areas along the border with india, where the very interest detected some rural towns reported infection rate of 70 percent under the dish has recorded more than 14500 deaths. so far, that may chandry has more from the capital decor. records flagged in highly contagious delta a very and has prompted the government to call for a week shut down across the country. over the weekend, tens of thousands, mostly migrant workers, left the capital city house like fred, one, italy, spread the virus and other and expose themselves to health. most of the business, those are close the states. i'm a little less empty except for richard, which are allowed in the strait. he loved the bodies got up. it's the poor people who suffer the most during the lockdown. we can't move around or earn enough to feed the family. it's better not to have these locked down export oriented
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businesses, kitchen, market, grocery stores and other essential services are open. it is mostly those working in the informal sector and a daily way, john, are those are the ones mostly hired during this locked down? there aren't many sales to day. very few customers are coming in. business is not good during locked down the fight. the current virus outbreak from last year bangladesh economy has been quite resilient. the world bank predicts at least 5 percent a big growth rate this year. but x one, unless buying or those go into a math vaccination program, the country's economy could be in jeopardy so far binder that's been able to only job 9000000 paper, a lot of a population of nearly 165000000 people. the 1st international travelers for more than a year have touched down on the ty, holiday island of pocket as part of efforts to reboot its tourism industry vaccination. foreign tourists can now holiday their without having to quarantine,
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but they must download a mobile app to help monitor a potential outbreaks. thailand is battling its 3rd wave of the pandemic, but 70 percent of to catch residents have had at least one dose for the vaccine. the prime minister himself turned out to welcome 1st ronald and released a turtle, a chief financial officer, former us president donald trump's company, his pleaded not guilty to tax crime charges. unwise for work has been charged with fraud and grand larceny after a 2 year investigation. he's been released without fail. there are 15 counts against him, and the trump organization. the suspected of illegally avoiding taxes on company perks, such as cars, apartments, and school tuition. trump himself has not been charged the fence or say it's a witch hunt. given the nature and the unprecedented nature of these charges that
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certainly that's the reason they were brought. okay. if the name of the company was something else, i don't think these charges would have been brought. in fact, i am fairly certain they would not have been brought if the name was a different day, chris's luminous howling the story 1st in new york and how serious all these charges and what does it mean for donald trump? in the courtroom, prosecutors described weeping and audacious illegal came in scheme committed by senior executives of the trump organization. and they pushed against that characterization. you just heard from defense attorneys that somehow this is a politically motivated investigation, or that's what the plaintiff what the defendants are. accused of doing is somehow standard business practices. on the contrary, they say they are very serious charges, and that's allen. why so burn himself is accused of avoiding taxes on some
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$1700000.00. most serious charges against him include scheming to defraud and grand larceny. the fact that record showing his involvement in this team were deleted at his request. they say suggest that the company was anything but cooperative and, and showed anything. and that was not impacted standard business operating procedure for a company. the lack of cooperation, they say also extended to request for tax returns from the former president and the corporation. they say the president and the corporation fought for more than a year and a half, not to release those tax returns. and even when a court ordered them to do so, they stalled. so very serious charges are the allegations coming from the
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prosecution. president trump himself, of course, has not been charged, but this will hang over the head of him and his company as an attempt to do business make feels get low on the cfo. allen weiss will bird is saying that he will fight the charges in court, but prosecutors say the investigation will continue. kristen city, me. thank you very much, phil, to come this off. our president joe biden meets rescue is in florida and spend 3 hours with the families of those 2 missing onto the collapse of an apartment block and the canadian vintage at the center of a devastating heat wave is burned to the ground by wildfire. ah,
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the seasons showing itself now, what was assistant foggins said the harbor and the next rental system coming through the bite that brings and talk to carry with it a southerly wind. so it's getting colder in adelaide and melbourne. dance and low teens now, and that's our best buy day. was rain coming in as well. this sort of tropical rain is inland in queensland, not really on the coast and goes in through brisbin west. no straight. he has warmed up a little bit recently pers 19 goes up to about 20 in the sunshine on saturday. and on that line of rain headstone, sorry for missing music or a completely invite you to a couple of fine days and you the cold dies, but fine days i think taking you through the weekend the seasonal rain in east asia is now pretty static waving just a little bit through japan, that means a lot more rain to come in to care for example. and if you follow back to the chinese and as persistent and heavy rain,
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the orange centers for the yangtze valley, so they will be flooding. there is expected to be funding to supposed to happens time a year with heavy rain stretching it towards beijing as well. so to case forecast is not a big surprise. he to the rating or aspire to rain for the next 3 days. the who's the when the quote is 1910, demi q and board is close. there is a friend from high 11 east investigates has been abandoned out of size and out of mind on al jazeera. ah ah ah
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ah reminded the top stories 0 amount in charge of securing current of ours vaccines for africa has blasted europe. the failing to deliver a single promise dose street. my c u. s. is less than one percent. the content has been vaccinated, and the 3rd serge of infections is overwhelming. hospitals, bangladesh has entered a week, long locked down to try to stop the surge in 1900 cases. meanwhile, thailand's prime ministers reopened the holiday on the catch to vaccinated tourists in an effort to boost the tourism industry. and the chief financial officer, former us president donald trump's company, has pleaded not guilty to tax crime charges. unwashed burke has been released
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without bail off being charged with fraud and grand last name. years president joe biden is in the state of florida to visit the site of last week's building collapse . his met rescue workers officials leading recovery efforts and the relatives of victims. and missing people, operations in the beach, front town of south side. i mean or hold for the past few hours. because of fears about the structures. stability. 145 people remain on, accounted for at least 18 people. confirm dead. that's close to john henry who's in south side for his president biden, spoke to the media to meeting the families. what. what did he say? that's right before he spoke to the family, sees, spoke to the 1st responders. any thank them for their work there, about 901st responders here, including the people who are going through the rubble behind me. then he went on to speak to the family and to them we were,
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we weren't in the room. there was no press allowed. but some of the people inside posted video of what he said, and he talked about the difficulties he had gone through when he lost his wife, 1st wife and daughter, and how 1st responders and help rescue is 2 sons from the car accident that killed him kill them and he went on to say to those families that the entire nation is behind them, that he in jill biden are behind them. and then he said they talked a little about their concerns, and one of them involved global warming years a little of what he had to say in the last years that they've been here. how there was one condominium complex built across the street and a road was purchased and while they were living there, they hear the drilling and i feel their building moving and shaking. or all kinds of discussions about whether or not they,
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they thought that water level rising went impacted had an interesting to me. i didn't raise it, but how many of the survivors and how many families talked about the impact of global warming? don't ever mean searching the survivors now for a week? do they still think they'll find anyone alive? well, it is j h and the president was asked that by a reporter. and what he said was that in talking to the families, they were very realistic about the prospects of any one else being rescued. it is day 8. now, no one has been rescued from that site since day one. that is last thursday, we have had 18 bodies come out of their other portions of human remains, but no one living coming out of that site. there are 12 stories of pancake cement,
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building crumbled to the ground along with twisted steel there. very few places similar to get hide and rain has been pouring in there. and the chances of someone coming out at this stage are very slim. the president didn't go far that far as to say that no one would come out, but he made it pretty clear that he and the families understood that there was not likely to be any one surviving here. and it was a bit frustrating because when he came this morning he learned in a briefing that the rescue work had stopped because there was some shifting of the building and creaking. and there was concern that building would come down the remainder of the building that hadn't already come down. and that work has now resumed rescue workers are moving, those cranes behind me. so there is a continued effort. it's still considered a search and rescue mission. but the chances of someone coming out grow increasingly slim, don't 100. thank you very much. indeed. thousands of women have been protesting in
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turkey onto the government. pulled out of an international treaty on preventing violence against women. president russia type one says the convention which was signed in istanbul, encourages divorce activists and warned that gender based violence into he is on the rise. one monitoring group says on average, one woman is killed every day at is denied, but pulling out will put women in danger. the women protesting fear that it women impunity for anyone who taxes on the bus and whether i am show women are exposed to violent rate and abuse or in the world. but in the end, they know that those kids will be punished. how much that will be a baterri and the state, but i cannot say that there is nobody to be secretary and this is really or is it she does? it is actually guaranteed that the assailants will go on punished because turkey
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withdrawn from the treaty. and i never believe that the state will protect me. 10 people have been killed in the latest attack in the town of benny in eastern democratic republic of congo. police and the military have blamed the allied democratic forces and tories group to the sold angry residents who protested against the government. demanding the security forces do more to protect people. last weekend there were 3 boma tax in the town. the roman catholic church in the d r. c says the adf is responsible for at least $6000.00 death since 2013. a major supply route used to deliver much needed food to eat. the oak is water to grow. region has been destroyed. it's not clear who damage the bridge over the case, the river, but relief worker. say it's a major setback. some 2000000 people have been displaced since the government forces began operations in july last november. the u. s. as around half of them face famine conditions. meanwhile, the government, which declared
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a unilateral cease fire on monday, is calling on to grow and forces to lay down their arms to drive people's liberation front, which now controls the regions capital calls. this is a joke. many european refugees who fled to sudan when the fighting broke out. say they'd like to return. if the armies left him a moment, spoke to some of them and got a reef. this is where if you can refugee your man, if it's high said he heard the news rebels in his home region of pig gray, had taken control of the capital mckinley. he fled from my address when the conflict thought that in november between the european federal government and the regional take great people liberation front or t p l f. he says he had to leave his family behind when he's going to get, if i'm got the most of the degree has been the rated and most of the places are under the control of to great people. maybe now i can return to my family that i left behind and try to find them. i can try to search for my children. i can also
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go look for those that died and bury them in. 2 the news of the lapse returned to mentally and other cities integrate this week was welcomed by many refugees here who've been following the news on television and social media, legacy and moron, arity and soldiers, and gone as well as the federal troops. so they will be normal atrocity fatigue re i can go home to my village. now i've not heard from my family since the conflict started because i was working in a farmer and they went home. the 8 months of fighting has displaced nearly 2000000 people. read groups have reported abuses by both sides of the conflict. people in the gray have reported killings by a retreat. troops who fought alongside the federal government and militia from the neighboring. i'm her region. the united nation has said sexual violence and starvation have been used as weapons of war. 70000 people have fled to me bring sudan since the thoughts of the conflict they united nations has described the
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situation integrate as fluid and unpredictable. hundreds of thousands are in desperate need of really supplies and fighting is still ongoing and parts of the region. but for many here, the fact that the t p l a has regained control of most of to grey is enough for them to hope that they may be able to return home in the near future. something they want to go and search for those they left behind. others say they want to return to their farms and see what remains of their homes and belongings. and still others want to return to start where they left off. and this is melissa because i was in high school and planning to go to university. now that things have changed into cry. there is peel. i may be able to go back and finish studying to get a job built to go to be an independent country. if you'll be in federal truth still control most of the rules in and out of the guy, but refugees here say all they are waiting for is word from across the border to return to the homes and lives they've left behind. he bill morgan of 20 who bought
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camp, got if to down a kevin 19 pandemic has left hundreds of thousands of seafarers stranded on their ships. some have been stuck on board the vessels for more than a year, as they wait for borders to reopen. true, ambrose reports the more than 90 percent of global trade move by sea. filipino nadine parade is one of the 1600000 sea fairs help transport goods around the world on merchant ships. really to keep the really cool. that's our job. when the pandemic, keith hundreds of thousands of se, ferris were left stranded on their ships, some were abandoned altogether left a month without pay or provisions. that's what happened to the 19 crew members of the law. a ball carrier that's been docked in a port in kuwait for a year and a half way back and everything's done on my mind that we
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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 have been unable to leave the ship for more than 2 years. getting diesel. this is our barbecue 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 and that one thing in the i've got money. all the international transport work has federation has more than 150 inspectors boarding ships worldwide. matthew purcell is from it's a stray and brass, he says,
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shipping is one of the world's worst regulated industries. we still have an incredible amount of scale. dougherty going on on the holidays. so see fairs still stranded have no choice but to wait for the day when they can once again step on dry land, drew ambrose out to 0 and watch the fool documentary forgotten at sea on $11.00 east. white officers pretended 20 to 30 gmc, a canadian vintage at the center of an unprecedented heat wave has been mostly destroyed by a wildfire. people living in little in canada as british columbia, had to abandon their homes. the mess as it took just 15 minutes for the flames to engulf the village. a local m pieces. 90 percent of it has been destroyed, including the center 3 days in a row. and the last reach mission broke the old time. hottest temperature ever recorded in canada, reaching 49 degrees celsius. meanwhile,
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part so southern brazil are experiencing unusually low temperatures and even rest snowfall. it snowed in south dakota, santa caterina state for 3 days. something that hasn't happened in more than 20 years. temperatures have also fallen below 0 in a state, usually known for sunshine and beaches. cold weather is expected to continue for the rest of the week. on from under the top stories era amounted chandra securing through virus vaccines for africa, has criticized europe failing to deliver a single promise dose street. my c u. s. as only one percent of africa has been vaccinated while a 3rd serge of infections is overwhelming. hospitals, oxygen supplies are also running low and the virus spreading to rural areas. not a single.


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