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to be able to rescue them quickly, thinking to go and have her as a new acknowledges are applied, we will be able to detect attempts much earlier so we can respond much quicker. we believe that will help us rescue more people. an application of artificial intelligence that could mean the difference between life and death. public pride al jazeera, so ah, hello, this is al jazeera and these are the headlines. for me, you as president donald trump's company is being prosecuted for what's being described as sweeping and dangerous tax fraud. and financial chief alan wife will burg, has pleaded not guilty to fraud and theft charges. there are 15 counts against him and the trump organization. they are accused of illegally avoiding taxes on company parks like cause apartments in school. tuition fire has engulfed the village. that's very recently recorded candidates, hottest ever temperature people who are living and listen in british columbia. i've
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had to abandon their homes. this village is at the center of the heat wave after sweltering and $49.00 degrees celsius heat this week or mass evacuations are also underway in villages that are close to the philippine capital manila asked a volcano. this spewed steam and toxic gas nearly $15000.00 people are now being moved to safe areas. and a smog has also blanketed manila, the capital chima that window, again, has more from town near the volcano. health workers, whether experts have also recorded, you know, one of the highest levels of so for oxide emissions this week. this is why a lot of communities are living. you're been advised to where you know masks and to stay indoors. but this is quite difficult because about 2 towns have been evacuated since yesterday. that's about 14000 residents, about 400 families now scattered,
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taking shelter in about 11 evacuation centers. such teams have resumed work at the collapse building in miami, with more than 140 people still missing. the trampling towers came down a week ago. president joe biden visited the sizing that relatives of victims and emergency crews, at least 18 people have not been confirmed. dead celebrations on canada day have been new should and multiple rallies held instead expressing solidarity with indigenous people. this comes after more than a 1000 unmarked graves were discovered it form indigenous residential schools. in recent weeks. one of the 1st ever women trained to become an astronaut will soon become the world's oldest pass him to be shot into space while he funk will travel with amazon boss jeff bezos. when he heads into orbit later this month. funk passed astronaut training in the early 1900 sixty's, but never made it to space because of her gender. well, those are the headlines. i'll be back with more here after people and power to stay with us. something was going to change, has anything really changed?
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this is systemic violent that needs to be addressed at its core. we are in a race against the variance, know what to say. we are all saying we're looking at the world as it is right now, not the world. we like it to be. the devil is always going to be in the details. the bottom line on i'll just around 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 sewing farms now and the brazil's right wing presidents giant ball scenario. the rain forest is again being decimated at an alarming rate. ah
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ah, south harlow brazil. my 3 pm. the city is smothered by black clouds of smoke. scientists eventually discover the cause of the size raging in the far north of the country. thousands of miles away and the amazon rain forest official figures show more than 87000 amazonian fires, are recorded in brazil. these 5 destroy 10000 square kilometers of the amazon in 2019. while the brazilian government fails to act,
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the world responds with great with criticism focused on newly elected 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 a true oh, also both scenarios election. brazil's environmental agency have the budget slashed . these economic policies are focused on developing the economy inside the amazon rain forest. i believe. but albums investigation and a big problem, lack of implementation of brazil's forest laws. what did happen, the company looks to the fine fund,
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2 or 3000000. if i a use good liars, i can the state, years and years and years without bay. from 1980 to 20. 19 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 haven't coverage or more violators to set up shop inside the amazon. there's a lot of people working with the people from illegal loading. the people from our business, there's a people linking to illegal gold mining. for example. there's a lot of people working with this chain off crimes in the hours on their for station is one of the cleared land as he used to
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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, far away pakistan in china in australia are also helping with the environment problems in the amazon because their consumers mm. worldwide forests still cover about 30 percent of the planet, 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 state of barbara to investigate the effects of the fires in northern brazil. burned down jungles, now resemble a water. erica veranda is an environmental
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scientist who's lived in the amazon for the last 10 years. he's my study, the destructive force of the fires here. erica takes us for a walk inside a protected area to show as the impact of fires on the amazon. so there's one of the main difference that you're gonna see within a barn. far as an onboarding part, you can see that we're not seeing many trees, many big, thick tree that we are still facing. the diameter of the amazon rain forest has 410000000000 trees in this region alone with a total of 76000000000 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
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the rise from this for a station would be equivalent of a 100 years of the us pots, a few emissions. that's how much carbon the amazon stores. so it's a vital component to fight climate change. animals are being affected 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 things 1000 species arbitrary. unfortunately a thing that was in my lifetime, if there is no political will. if we don't take strong positions, then isn't going to be going me. but president bolts wants to abolish protection for indigenous language. has called have been echoed by minus, put self preservation ahead of environmental conservation. brazil is one of the biggest goal producers in the world. was also reported at 81000000
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kilograms in 2018. there is a new gold rush in brazil to day one killed by soaring unemployment in regents. inside the amazon rain forest, they are 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, creating cooperatives to hunt for gold. collectively one such cooperative cofar cheaper. that was founded in 28 by foremost south palo banker, gilson campbell. or anything almost single me against you still with me just see fit to meet the frank
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me such gold mines, illegal as part of the brazilian government strategy to monetize the amazon. but drone images revealed the damage to the environments. ah, this was once a lush, green forest, but flora and florida spread all across the landscape. it's been replaced by energy guzzling. machines are what? by monday. you know, guys copa ga alone. as far as to 3000 square kilometers of
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amazon rain forest since 20 o a. the gold mining and the amazon rain forest is attractive for the high yield of goes off to expensive pattern. mercury is used to extract go from the mud to process, hold amalgamation thornton or van supper stands mirror, quarter inch to us you. why sick are you they were since they sent you. bye.
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sheet are on the fuzzy fringes found in the crew had coverage. he was without protective equipment or procedures to help them discard the mercury safety in stock or going to kick your control. k model was what we can patch currently 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. people sell for $500.00 us dollars in the poor countryside. that's a fortune for days. hard labor journal, cars or financial advice. back in the field seed? i years anything? stone. nearly dear. s o for to digest. by the unwind illegal is done on your sake
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of india. so road, 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, lines like corporate, legal, and all part of president vaults in our master plan to monetize the amazon. net us to let go a lot possible. memphis, yes, this is not so as you've all, i don't believe us once visited the updates like a parcel of jam in to keep them well. this is, this is what the map of my father used former still to farmer sunday, the sharing but a good handle. he gives a place to come up with is, are we on the edge me in but on the
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ground damage done by legal minds is irreversible. spacious, because a lot better than mine was by losing foods in the last gosh, school or spanish, the me solve, solve it. i don't want box to function. key model is either messrs. book last nice, but it system me see out that i'm by law copa ga, supposed to restore the forests once the mind is closed, that phase is about to hit. so gilson takes us to a restored part of the mine work on this. he's turned one area into a fish farm while planting trees and another you know eric, you have to do his soda can fight you want to do this. alicia
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can serve you in the us. what is it? i guess what car is and i put album c l of i live on the ample rep with the volta mansell phone, the yellow, trudy village. i don't know of a semi finished. i don't see brazzel dale and as not to it isn't feet wicked casual way to keep in mind that done. that's what he is. he woke my rental process . the for the mining companies want to use indigenous lans 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 nation. giving a message and i got the lessons that are no saw why you believe yet your leg out?
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i mean i'm out of school for the by jimmy only. but it is reason the ancient look it cows or s nasha s a deficiency. just show that is our process involving is uses a proportion across present muscle model g, which is i don't mean that i might get a lot broken visible along despite having protected status, digital territories are already facing an invasion in part, our state alone, brazilian authorities estimates that 30 metric tons of illegal gold worth about $1100000000.00 us dollars has been excavated. that's 6 times more than the legal amount of gold traded in brazil. think that she might just let me share much more in your morning to share god. but in
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terms of price on your for asked up to see him a rep with the guy actually dodge through to choose this mining boom, could lead to the extinction of indigenous communities that have whether it's centuries of calamities in brazil's rain forests, roughly 900000 indigenous people live in brazil we belong to 400 tribes and speak more than 270 languages. joe flores is the chief of the moon roof, who dr. marty leads nearly 14000 members who have splintered into dozens of small villages. they've lived here, the 1000 approached the lazy scene mostly to work with
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us, but at least you might see would almost lean while almost selling the photos for the most coach to be seen as we see, lucas, i grabbed the phone, a florida flushed to the presence of thought, as soon as it's sonya sonya dean, milky niels, will be in the hall mckellar he is. and that's why horace has to create orders, are more commonly known as demarcations to identify his tribes. indigenous lands motivated by the surgeon international price of gold miners choose to prospect for gold and protected reserves to evade texas. oh, would i even though he johnston that up there might got up the not you might such 3
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such sweet jets. but how could you got him prepared to get him from sonus elements 2011 bought to actually meet you to see you started like if you'd like to move in black mountain prize winning each permanently evicting a digital people from the land is forbidden. under article 231 of brazil's constitution, but the bolts in our government is planning to build times an infrastructure in the top of your reservation to boost the economy bond with machetes. whereas in his crew ensure the conservation of 178000 hector's rain forest which isn't it has been me up and the believe
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we gotten a his band with key they move to space or concert in the legal is our guardian for dental. the vision i used to vice president. i'm not good isn't right because you're just moist. kayla said the problem. the torres takes us to one such illegal mining site. had our boat right on the top of the river. me know, as we reach an abandoned mining pit, the extent of the devastation can only be gauge from high above me.
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ah. kilometer is a protected rain forest. are now mere ditches. me spend got even begun much christmas lesson. can i start to focus on this and then i will have result that, you know, i mean that us on sunday legal is i've got to come when you're my case work here, you may be can, but for them, you know, and for my grandson, the fellow man, he so my best friend of mine to flourish, you will see who could see who seeking chica, florida, the noise, but i put them on my supposition as it is, but with little enforcement of the law,
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the destruction continues. little from wrangle, cross link for it is to seal. do you shall my lad's life? hey, joyce is what i'm going to soon like. i love me into hon. was indeed nosey. he's got to handle courses either who have courses and eyes and i called them and i was, he was just on the 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 nature forests, miners have also started digging for gold in the rivers contaminating these waterways with mercury. one of us other more the only fish. because
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well, you know, shoe yeah. you fishy picardo samantha. there wash key is cheap, julia must but i must have somebody, vincent and in network key resolution work in a space. ok by model massey badge. he broke the shot up. right now he fell noise. best comes up with his elementary you was beside us about, you know, vice of had giovanni compare unless you just you know, there might face muscle mccadden that pleasure as they will. he may be a florida shed by his jeremiah. i meant that some whereas in his community can no longer fish in the river. they have to hunt for food on land. research is 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
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juarez is decided to take things into his own hands as they plan to invade brazil's congress, to pressure politicians to take action. the elite ela xandra cora among the roku indigenous activists is leading the charge. that's because the local schools been turned into a makeshift camp ah ah, the 15 when the roku tribals planned to visit brazil's congress to meet politicians
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and demands that their lands protected under brazil law be left alone. what is didn't you? didn't you bring a car for him to where he could? you give it to me. she understand the defense g. i just brought us my deed and got the paper spoken with someone in the coding to brazil's national institute for space research in 2018 alone, 5 square kilometers of indigenous mon roku land was deforested in 2019. the tree massacre increased to 15 square kilometers. the next day, the tribe prepared for battle. they believe also now rows of rhetoric has encouraged the advance of the miners deeper into indigenous territory.
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the moon to roku arrive in brazil is congress the main legislative body of the country? this movement is helped by the countries only indigenous congress. women join, you know what each other she's only the 2nd indigenous woman to have ever been elected to congress. commit a little guy. but as a little paul was in the field. you age, you've got to be more than $594.00 congress representatives. only 3 show up. so i think alice, andrew makes an impassioned plea for the right to them when i was in the law. and
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it seems to me still not bad fairly this. i've been asked about what best and you did say no, i mean that also not that is it, do them. i told us that he did, you know, thing of them as i so know as well, may be know as the to the new module as we do you in today. the deforestation in 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 class and all who call it home. i
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have faith can drill a story without uttering a single word. and knowing going can guide a simple touch informa, the young convent manatee, of life. witness through the limbs of the human eye is what inspires the witness. documentaries on out there. ah, al jazeera world needs to be going to left the middle east and built remarkable life finding success in germany and the united states. yet never
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forgetting that homeland of iraq and palestine inspiring human story. as the rule, the designer of the atomic scientists, analogies era ah, donald trump company and is financed chief charged with fraud and tax crimes. ah, hello there, i'm to solve the hey, this is out of their life and also coming up, fire destroys a village in canada just days after it recorded the country's hottest temperature ever. thousands of people are moved to safe ground and philippines. the.


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