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in international waters, there are some of the media stories of critical look at the global news media. on audi 0, government shut off access to social media. ah, me. after 20 years of war, the us and nato pulled the last remaining troops out of the largest military base aah! watching their life from a headquarters in delphi and also ahead wildfires destroys a village in canada just days off to recorded the country's hottest temperature ever. the trumpet organization and chief financial officer
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are charged with running a tax evasion, scheme spending 15 years the legacy of stolen treasure. kenny as co como elders call on former colonial powers to return their bakers items. ah hello, thanks for joining us. all us on nato troops have pulled out of the bag, grum, airbase, and i've gone on nearly 2 decades after arriving. it comes at a time of growing violence in the u. s. began its withdrawal last month with a taliban seizing large waves of territory, just north of capital. the background base was considered the center of american military power in august on when the war began in 2001. the complete draw down of
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us forces is expected to happen by september 11th. that's an important part of the peace agreement with the taliban that was brokers in doha. the african military will take control as part of its continuing battle against the taliban. a small u. s. contingent will remain in the capital to help secure the u. s. embassy, as well as other diplomatic missions. let's cross to have to understand and speak to a fe is zelan, who's a professor a couple university and the chief executive of the p development and democracy organization. he's joining us from capital. thank you so much for speaking to us. so as were saying at its peak, the background airbase had about 100000 us troops passed through it. and now 20 years later, after 1st arriving, they pulled out. what are your thoughts? thank you. i think the pulling out of us troops with nettle. it's a bit tasty and the current situation because we don't touch on the ground. but unfortunately, it is part of the history,
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the much believe this. this was the longest years have ever had in history. so the withdrawal is happening right in a time where taliban, sort of the daughter of the severe and harsh fight giving go on and all over the country. more than 80 districts have been fallen into the hands of taliban and passed one month of july, june is called the deadliest month for have gone focuses in the us to the gates. so all these happening at the moment to hear that the bug gram base is back and did today by us forces we had to be state for past 20 years. and they listed a lot in this pretty mice. it was one of the biggest base for them military base for them. right. and today we are hearing that you have left, right,
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and you describe it though is hasty, but this was the planned withdrawal ever since. they don't hi agreements and also those will support the withdrawal say will americans continue with military presence in the country? no longer makes sense after 20 years of war. true. but it says to because there isn't any peace on the ground withdrawal of troops of years. what's considered responsible? it was considered part of a peace deal with taliban. it would have completed one of the it is an in top gun bass to be a log. we're getting a momentum of done nation could expect a peace agreement between gun watching parties. but now we see that the violation, the violence is getting sky high and my troops are leaving.
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secondly, the assistance which can be provided to the gun government forces. i think it will be delayed assistance and it will be a very fragile assistance, right. and the us officials have been warning some of them at least have been warning that's the continued violence that you were just talking about in the country risk the civil war. and i've gone a son, is that a likely scenario in the country is what the country be heading towards the civil war. it seemed so it seems that a petition of the soviet history soviet stayed in the same pre my 30 or so got 3 to 3 because ago they left the same weight, the same argument they had in general. and then they left the left behind a civil was a destructive of done a son and the withdrawal was really it is one say,
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well i think we are seeing the same as through petition with us metal with drywall . there is no part of it. it demick spec patient for gun piece process success and the withdrawal is going to be completed. i think very soon with him. this withdrawal yet are a few 100 remain forces which will secure to the us. nbc and other international missions will be also completed within september, so ok, we don't see any responsible exit. thank you so much. 5 zelan for speaking to us from couple emergency officials in canada or urgently trying to account for more than a 1000 people who were forced to flee a wildfire on wednesday. it took just 15 minutes for flames to sweep through the small village of lynton, which has been at the center of an unprecedented heat. wave mayor says 90 percent of the area is destroyed, let,
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and endured 3 consecutive days of record breaking. temperature is reaching 49.6 degrees celsius this week. that's the highest ever recorded in canada. the unprecedented heat wave across western canada as well as the northwestern united states has contributed to hundreds of deaths and it's caught many emergency services off guard. the city of portland had just about 46 degrees celsius and canada recorded in old time high of nearly 50 degrees. before the temperatures there had never been higher than 45 vulnerable people are suffering. the most money homes don't have air conditioning, and shops are sold out. at least 300 people in british columbia have died. experts say it's being caused by a dome of static high pressure hot air and isn't expected to move anytime soon. signed to say, climate change is to blame. earlier we spoke to canadian freelance journalist jody vans. she's on vacation in kamloops, that's in british columbia. just a few hours drive from i can tell you that at best it has been unnerving and at
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worse, it has been downright terrifying in british columbia. we drove up here to kamloops yesterday for our vacation and saw a plume of smoke, so big coming from linton all that distance from here in kamloops. and my son said to me, is there a volcano erupted over there? it was stunning, shocking, and certainly something we are not accustomed to here and what is largely temporal rain forest in the pacific northwest. the temperature is here in british columbia. have been off the chart some 20 degrees warmer than what we're used to, as i said, very unnerving for resident across british columbia and canada, that matter is this move into albert, our neighboring product. not far at all. there are some 99 fires. started in the last 24 hours alone in british columbia, our premier here, john horgan address the media today to try and calm nerves. it was just the 2 days ago about the state of emergency that had perpetually been react over the course of
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the coven. 1900 pandemic that came to an end and now were facing perhaps another state of emergency. this time one associated with wildfire. there is another fire. i just, north west of kamloops and the lake behind me. this is the clearest, has been all day. it has been almost a wall of smoke. it is affecting the weather. we're watching the sunset here and it is a very red sky. california is also being effected by the heat wave crews and the northern parts of the state are battling to wildfires, air and ground crews, as well as the california national guard or among those assisting people near the city of lake had have been ordered to leave the area, extreme temperatures are contributing to the potential for a new fire. people are being advised not to use fireworks on the 4th of july holiday. thousands of people in the philippines are also being forced to leave their homes after a volcano started steering steam and talk the gas self of the capital manila,
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nearly $15000.00 people from nearby villages are being moved to safe areas. small has blanket admin la with people there warned to stay indoors jamila and doug and sent this report from an evacuation center in town near the volcano. we are in an elementary school which has been turned into a temporary evacuation center. they were evacuated here, late thursday, with folk into those have been displaced. most of them are women and children, their husbands, their brothers, are going back to their villages to secure their lives. and whatever is left of their belongings. and they say all those, they are grateful that they are in a place that is considered a safe zone. they're also anxious of the uncertainty of when they're able to return to their home over coven, 900 protocols in shelters, and their livelihoods as well. this situation is all too familiar with the algo
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quino erupted early last year. more than a 100000 residents were this place. the option was followed by a panoramic which meant the coastal communities which are dependent on agriculture and to resume for their livelihood was shut down for many months. and so the government understands the difficulty of this situation. and here there are volunteers from nearby villages are there also medicine for cough and flu, and they are giving out masks and alcohol. now they understand that the situation is difficult. people here say they're doing the best they can. former president donald trump company and its chief financial officer being prosecuted for what's been described as a sweeping and audacious tax fraud. allan wizell bird has denied 15 charges against him on the trump organization. gabriel alessandro report from new york and many of the other groups of donald trump likes to brag about the trump organization,
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often says it's very successful and his pride and joy. but a grand jury in new york has another word for trumps family business. criminal. after nearly 2 year investigation, the manhattan district attorney in dated the trump organization for financial wrongdoing, prosecutor say this man, alan weiss and berg, the trump organizations chief financial officer, was one of the top benefactors of the alleged crimes he worked for trump for over 40 years he now faces 15 felony counts, prosecutor saying he orchestrated a 15 year tax avoidance scheme, allegedly avoiding paying tax on $1700000.00 in income. he pleaded not guilty, and the judge released him on bail. his next court appearance is september 20th. the 25 page indictment which was unsealed thursday afternoon, read in part, that weisel berg attempted to conceal his actions by falsifying records with the
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help of top executives at the trump organization. who are the other top executives? prosecutors are not yet saying publicly trump organization, lawyers speaking after the court proceedings ended, said the charges do not rise to the level of a criminal indictment and are politically motivated because they involve the trunk name. this case should have never been wrong. it is a political prostitution, political prostitution where people are targeted criminally because of the prosecutors disagree with their political belief happened in corrupt. it does not happen in america. it's an american. it should not happen here in new york city. donald trump also issued a statement saying that charges are a political witch hunt. it's important to point out that donald trump has not been charged with any crime. but legal observers say that if, why, so a bird has damaging information and he's willing to cooperate with investigators.
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that could mean bad news for the former president, but it will all ride on why sober? i think he's been under pressure for the past 23 years to cooperate. he'll continue to be under pressure as the month and years here for the rest of this prosecution progressive. but the important part is whether you have something to contribute and whether he wants to contribute it. and if he does, perhaps cooperation, is that something to look forward to in the future? for now, there are still a lot of unanswered questions on where all of this could lead. is this the final stage of an investigation? or could this be the 1st of more charges you have to come against others? gabriel is ando jazz. eda, new york, $130.00 countries have agreed to back abroad changes to the global tax system. once implemented to deal with the multinational companies like google, amazon and apple tax at a rate of at least 15 percent from wherever they operate. the organization for economic cooperation and development, which hosted the talk says that could bring $150000000000.00 of additional global
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tax revenues annually still had on. i'll just do as president joe biden warns with families in florida as recovery teams return to the partially collapsed department, building, miami and homeless people in brazil, towns temporary shelter and but now gone to their story after the break. ah, ah, the heat of eastern europe, which has been near reco breaking the certainly western russia, is being broken down by the thunderstorms being thrown in by this area of low pressure's, been advancing slowly east was now. it is disappointing in itself. if your underneath it is cold and clearly and often weapon has been the case. bridge
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charles in particular last appears weak, but the client is breaking here and the thunderstorm, the dropping the temperature in eastern europe was quite a distinct lyra through eastern part of dance was more diver romania. this is during saturday. there's been a lot of heat to the south of that as well that athens to see the temp dropped to 32 from nearly 40 that heat as extended into north africa. and it's still round about $41.00, mark in tripoli, and warmer than that in cairo. but there is a breeze you can see. so generally speaking, temperatures are being least kept down. i must off africa, of course is hot and dry. but the rain gets a long way north this time. yeah. if you, if you, how's the seeing showers are a big shower in guinea and living further north, but it's certainly that part of west africa where you see the biggest dam pause this time of the year. and they are, they are in the forecast. they're long way north, feathery as well. for example, in geneva the,
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the, the world's lungs are being seized. the amazon rain forest is diminishing the rate of football pitcher a minute to meet the market insatiable appetite for logging, mining and farming. as both scenarios, government seek to relax, conservation laws and increase production. indigenous communities on the brink of extinction. no, it's the bite of their life. people empower brazil's amazonian battle on algebra. ah the a tough stories on i'll just be around.
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all us troops on nato troops pulled out of the background the air base and i've done it on nearly 20 years. after arriving taliban has seen more territory and recently, a completely role of us forces inspector advice. september the 11th, the canadian emergency officials are trying to account for more than a 1000 people who are forced to flee a wildfire on wednesday. 90 percent of the small town of little has been destroyed after an unprecedented heat wave. former us president donald trump's company and it's d. f o are being prosecuted for what's been described as a sweeping and audacious tax fraud. your organization and alan wizell burg denied the charges the u. s. department of justice has announced that will temporarily hold all federal executions. attorney general mary garland said he wants to review the policies and procedures introduced by the trump administration, which resumed federal execution last july, after
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a 17 year hiatus. a lawsuit was filed about the protocols put in place by former attorney general william bar rescue and recovery teams have resumed picking through the rubble of the partially collapsed apartment block in the us. state of florida. president joe biden visited the site, pledging more supports, a 145 people remain unaccounted for at least 18 people are confirmed dead. john henry reports from surf side near miami, president biden visited the rescue workers in relatives of those lost in the crumbled concrete and twisted steel of the surf side condo collapse, offering help and hope. jim, i want to know that we're with them in the countries with our message days that we're here for you as one nation. we believe that sir, continuing searching is something that's very, very important. so we are or the department transportation engineers working. i
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know that that the fire department and the county are, are getting the different options on how to handle this. but of course we're going to provide whatever resources they need to be able to allow the searches to continue. biden offered consolation to the families of victims ranging in age from $4.00 to $92.00, including the 1st 2 children found sisters whose parents also died in the collapse discovered on wednesday. biding, thank the 1st responders who cope with fires, rains, and frequent pauses in their work due to lightning storms. and he offered federal help. the same agency that investigated the 911 collapse of the world trade center is investigating this incident. but they say it could take 2 years to complete that investigation. those rescue workers frustrated after days of sifting through the debris, face trauma of their own. i bet it's probably searching for around 11 years. and
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this is in emotionally the most difficult thing i ever happens or i think a lot about including myself, a lot of our passports members, i work with are separate it from these missing people. why are we one or 2 degrees? as the president returned to washington tropical storm, elsa spun menacingly off shore, threatening the florida coast, and potentially forcing rescuers to divert resources from the building collapse to storm response. i promise you. we know, we know what you're doing here is incredible having to deal with the uncertainty, worried about you know, the family. anyway, workers had hoped to find signs of life beneath the rubble for the president's visit. but de 8 of this search went much like every day since last thursday,
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without a rescue, and time and hope running out for survivors. john, hindrance al jazeera, surfside, florida in africa . the 3rd way, the current of ours infections is extremely aggressive and is pushing the continental whole new threat level. that's according to the world health organization. and the man in charge of securing doses for the continent to strongly criticize europe, saying it's fail to deliver a single vaccine from the millions it promised victoria getting be report marie of 57 year old mother of 5 has come to this clinic in. can schaeffer to get her 2nd job of the astrazeneca vaccine, the democratic republic of congo is suffering from a 3rd surge of corona, virus infections, as many other parts of africa. i think i said this is good for us to protect ourselves if you're experiencing the 3rd wave of curve at 19. it's important we
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received this vaccine because in doing so, we'll also save that is she's one of the lucky ones. only one percent of people across the continent have been inoculated while rich vaccinated countries are reopening their economies. african hospitals are becoming overwhelmed. oxygen supplies running low, and the virus is spreading to rule areas. the managed charge of securing data for the continent has criticized europe, saying it's failed to deliver a single vaccine from the 1000000 dip promised not a single dose. not one file has left a european factory for africa. ok, when we've gone to talk to their manufacturers, they tell us that they are completely maxed out, meeting the needs of your 5 point. 5000000 infections have been confirmed among the continents. 1.3000000000 people. callbacks promise to deliver 700000000 doses to
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africa by december. but so far, just 65000000 have actually arrived. reach, come to like the u. k. like the g 7 just are putting the profit pharmaceutical companies above public health, but not by not pushing companies to share the technology so that others in, in developing countries come produce the vaccines. so we are on the, you know, the mercy of the company. the head of the africa centers for disease control and prevention says there's been a 23 percent increase in the number of covey related deaths in the past week, and warns unless the continent can secure a regular supply vaccines. the consequences will be catastrophic. victoria gates and b al jazeera portugal is imposing a curfew for its capital. lisbon, as well as several other cities on thursday, recorded 2 and a half 1000 new cases. the highest number since mid february. hospital admissions
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are at a 2 month high with a growing number of young unvaccinated people needing treatment. the highly contagious delta variance is being blamed for the rise. chili's sky mountains have opened up after more than a year of closures because of the pandemic. some restrictions remain in place. the industry wants to recoup some losses despite still being out of reach for many international tourists. its latin, america's largest economy, but unemployment and brazil has reached a record level since february, nearly 15000000 of its 212000000 people were looking for work. money in the country say they can no longer afford to pay. rent here is about has one we want to please to live chant these people in religion ego. they were recently evicted from a 10 city and we'll be hundreds of families had moved their last may, as they couldn't afford
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a place to live. but their stay didn't last long. police were sent in to enforce an eviction order of howards. nobody injured them. there are no armed people here. there are no drug addicts here. there are no traffickers were just homeless people would just want alright. the eviction removal follows a code decision in favor of the landowner procedure state, run oil company paragraph, or the stomach them william got demolishing the structures and when we are done in the land is empty. without the people who invaded the area, we are going to turn over the line to the owners. wilson control the area, and i don't think they're going to handle the residents call this place. 1st of may refugee camp. they never got a while. oh says she has lost everything. well, you get back today. i'm unemployed. i'm homeless, the not housing. they took away everything that it was. i was latin america. the biggest economy has been hit hard by called at 19
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a record 15 percent of the working age population is unemployed. people here say they're desperate. they don't have a job or a home to live. many were left homeless by up and demick. that refuses to relent. it is i will, i'll just see to a giant drum known as then god, g was the centerpiece of culture and spiritual beliefs for kenya's poco people. it was stolen by colonialists about a 120 years ago. and it's been in a cupboard in the british museum in london everson zeros malcolm. when i went to the tunnel river to meet polk homo elders who joined many others across africa and urging former colonial powers to return their stolen heritage. i know who he comes from, the people in kenya, it's called the county and was central to that belief these to sing this song when it was carried to that community on the banks of tanner river macaroni among gassy,
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the 7th king of the nice and the council of elders, the only people who were allowed to play it or even see it. then god g was actually a way of life. authority emanates from its mysticism. he was on the king macaroni grandfather's rule about a 120 years ago. when the drum was taken, and this is the man who took it yet, sanderson, a norwegian, timber trader. he was put in charge of the area by the british, who were colonizing kenya. at the time, he sailed up the tanner river in a steamboat, an elder say he found a people who revered the in gaddy more than him. they say anderson and his men found the gods being transported along the river, rested across a couple of dug out canoes, just like this one. they say they stole it, gunpoint took it off down the river. it ended up in the british museum in london,
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where it's being kept in a cupboard for more than a 100. yes. the british museum says it willing to loan artifacts from his collections, any of which were looted in centuries past. the king's brother was allowed to visit the gods in the storage cupboard 8 years ago and took this video 7000 kilometers away. the elders say they just want it back to you and guide you in ga, ga, is a symbol of government. it's used to rally the people and help them organize themselves. so now we don't have it. the poker has been becoming poor ever since. the areas among the poorest in kenya, over the last century. some ways of life haven't changed much. others have such as traditional beliefs which have been replaced with christianity, always lamb, young people, king macaroni says, need to be reconnected to their heritage. he wants to formerly request the engaging return through kenya's government. it's not something belonging to the museum,
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something which will be bring, which will be, which will be able to bring are not only joy battery believe it will change the fit . it will change when they the fortunes of a whole community. thank you. thank you. yeah, i didn't go there are a few people remaining here who were raised on the belief system of the god. gee, this man kit joe said can be our desa has died since we met him. if the g is to come home and have meaning here, there isn't much time left high on the oh, who malcolm web cam. yeah. ah, hello the headlines and i'll just 0. all us troops on nato troops have pulled out of the bag, gram airbase and.


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