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in history ah hello their conditions are looking cooler and wetter across europe. this weekend. we've got a lot of the heat kicked out of the south east and temperatures are generally down lower than what we've seen recently. we've got a swirling weather system that slow moving, moving its way to the east, and it's bringing some wet and windy weather to eastern areas of europe. we've seen some thunder re downpours across poland, wet weather as well for bell roofs and weston areas of russia. and we've still got a rash all the storms and showers affecting the balkans with romania seeing some of that wet weather. but as we go into sunday we've got another weather system working its way into the north west. and we're going to see wet conditions all the way from france to western areas of germany and stronger storms and showers across the u. k
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. as we go into sunday, but further south, the iberian peninsula thing, lots of sunshine, fine and dry conditions and doesn't move to the eastern mediterranean. we're expecting heavier showers in thunderstorms, across parts of grief and turkey. but further south, the heat is building. if we have a look at fibrous, nicosia is seeing the temperature edging up to nearly 40 degrees celsius as we go into saturday and sunday, with plenty of sunshine coming through. the the world lungs are being seized. the amazon rain forest is diminishing the rate of 2 football pitches a minute to meet the markets insatiable appetite for logging, mining and farming. as both scenarios, government seek to relax conservation laws and increased production. indigenous
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communities on the brink of extinction. know with the fight of their life, people in power, brazil's amazonian battle on al jazeera, when the news break, pinion journalist complain that they asked systematically and the story needs to be told. we watched the last helicopter, leave the roof, the embassy with exclusive interviews. and in depth report, if purple is your thing, this is the place. al jazeera has teens on the ground over 90 to bring you more award winning documentaries and live need on air and online. oh, i
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back no my stories. now. the un security council has warned that the situation and to rise rapidly deteriorating 400000 people estimated to be facing famine and other 1800000 authority on the brink and some see it. the true numbers could be much higher. the last minute trees pulled out of afghanistan's bag rum, ebay, leaving it under the control of afghan forces president joe biden in september deadline for, for withdraw and says pull out is on track, presenting and prosecutors have opened a corruption investigation to present jar both in r o, they say a deal to by indian vaccines was a front from battling millions of dollars and accused both in r o a failing to act against it. well, more on to gray now and what's been happening there in the last half hour. our diplomatic attitude james base has spoken to ethiopia, ambassador to the, when you are a local serving diplomat,
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very respected. you were on the security council just 3 years ago. do you not feel uncomfortable representing a government that with its era train allies? its been accused of carrying out executions, massacres right and hindering the delivery of humanitarian aid. while gems that completely disagree with the way the question is constructed because my government responded to the tech trust protected by the t p. live operators in the middle of a nice over 600 officers where, brutally murdered in the camps. would there be any word lead to government that would allow related goals such kind of
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atrocities. so that in that started to the whole conflict trends. are there any conflicts, there are excess not only, you know, in the engagement, of course, there were crimes committed by different adamant groups. those, those who are somebody who are responsible for committing crimes or the government time and again a certain will be made responsible there want to be in impunity whatsoever wants turn briefly to 11 and he can only crisis now and it's emptying fridges and making children go hungry, this is according to research by the u. s. children's agency, which has found more than 30 percent of them have been forced to skip meals and 77
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percent of households they spoke to are experiencing food shortages. lebanese pound is lost, 90 percent of its value since 2019, causing the price of food and fuel to saw that its government is on the pressure from international finance institutions to introduce reforms. sir haig is a spokesman for unicef. she spoke charges era earlier and said families in lebanon is struggling to get the food in the health care they need the people i know madison cope. and the strategies or the mechanism that they are using are very damaging for their own well being. and about the children. so you already mentioned that 3 children in household that do not have enough cash to be able to provide the food that they need. that if the children have been having to skip a meal during the day, but effecting many faxes, if not they don't have enough cash provide. it'll have cash to provide
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everything else. so around a 3rd of children who were unable to go to the clinic and see the doctor and get the health care that were very, very concerning. a situation is now extremely serious. how the people in the philippines have been forced to leave their homes. ah shrivel. kane started spewing steam and toxic gas. only 15000 people from nearby villages have been moved to safe areas from to all south of the capital manila jamila undock and reports and then she's time for those who live in a good celia municipality about a 120 kilometers south of manila. they only have a few hours to secure their belongings and move to a c for area. the nearby to al volcano spewed black plumes on thursday afternoon. a situation people here are all too familiar with them. and we also don't seem to see in the creation centers,
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so we'll stay with our relatives early last year to although rapid and displaced more than a 100000 people. it was soon followed by the corona, virus pandemic, and months. long locked down, made it nearly impossible for people who are dependent on fishing and tourism to earn a living. the town of the rail is where hundreds of people went, emailed the re, it says it hurts to see her children suffer this way. oh no, no, no, no, no, i don't really know what to say any more. i'm just praying. it's a really difficult situation across the hall. marilyn caliper tear is afraid for her children to go. are you most of it for is it the volcano? is it getting sick, getting coded, really hard? i have so many children can't sleep, just thinking about it. but these families are reluctant to leave their homes,
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the fear, the volcano, but they also say they're worried about possible outbreaks of cobit 19 in the evacuation centers. this is why the philippine government is setting up as many evacuation centers as possible in order to implement the minimum health protocols here behind me just a few nautical miles away is the creator of to our booking. and although it seems relatively peaceful here, now, people are still afraid that is because many areas here, even the capital manila, a few hours away have been blanketed by smug. in fact, based on the latest government data. but i'll go, okay, no, emitted a record high amount of so for dioxide. those who have lived around the lake, all their lives, sea life before the pandemic and the volcanoes eruption was peaceful and their harvests abundant. that feels like a long time ago. now, jim l, as in dog and al jazeera, the alberta in this province,
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northern philippines protested in canada of topple statues of queen victoria. and queen elizabeth as anger grows over the discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves, belonging to indigenous children for justice, chanted no pride in genocide before pulling down the statues and assist you when he beg tied was a british colony. and the case reigning monarch is the formal head of state demonstration took place on canada day with many cities, scrapping celebrations over the graves discoveries around 850000 indigenous children were forced into boarding schools until as recently as the 1900 ninety's many were abused and thousands died of disease and neglect or dangerous 5 struck northern california inter spots just as the us heads into a holiday weekend. while in western canada or emergency, officials are trying to account for more than a 1000 people, forced to flee a wildfire on wednesday. it took just 15 minutes for flames to sweep through the
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village of letters in british columbia, which has been at the center of an unprecedented heat wave. may it says 90 percent of it is destroyed or bud mommy reports all newson entire town destroyed by wild fire. some of the 250 residence of listen in western canada had little warning to escape the flames. many of their homes now were due to cinders, which way are we going to go this after temperatures in the area smashed records at almost 50 degrees. i can tell you that at best it has been unnerving and 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 or wrapping over there? this map from now so shows the area where the days of reco,
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temperatures have hit the entire northwest of the united states and canada. the unusual weather is being linked to the so called heat don't wear high pressure zones trap hot air. the emergency cruise has been taking to the sky as well as the ground to battle fast spreading fires across northern california. the flames . once again, forcing residents from their home this man in lake had expressed hope that he wouldn't have to leave real concerned. the winds coming up in their flames aren't too far away, so we gotta pay attention. others way to help us fire to high school that serving as a red cross shelter. it was cool off and just getting sleep really good. when the sheriff came through right before the 1st light and said everyone has to leave, you know, so that's what we look up to. and here we are. it's not just
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a fire that causing concern. as western california and canada is consumed by a drought which many of the attributes to climate change, the heat wave has also taken hundreds of lives. estimates of the number of excess heat related deaths in counties that cover just 62 percent of our population suggests that 5 and a half 1000 americans diver, year from the heat. certainly the event we've seen, we're going to see excess deaths a lot more than we should have back across the border encounter. the extreme temperatures have had a devastating impact. hundreds of deaths in british columbia have been linked to the heat waves and volunteers doing what they can to take care of the most fundable laura, the manly al jazeera, now in iraq. hundreds of people angry about ongoing power carts. they've been
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demonstrating in the capital, baghdad about this. the countries dealing with a heat wave with temperatures climbing to 50 degrees, southern provinces in the country, a worst hit by regular blackouts. the energy ministry saying a major power line might have been sabotaged under why it has more from baghdad. angry protesters. it took 2 streets in, but the, and many other iraqi cities, including an edge of caribella enough for the year. but for was that and in some areas they blocked the streets and set fire on a tires to protest against the frequent power outages in many provinces in iraq. and this comes after a call from the she had political and religious leader of a sudden. now, following that is ignatius of the electricity minister last tuesday, the government of prime minister must have called me and said the formation of a crisis committee to deal with this problem and try to find solution to this power
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outage problem. now this tuition is getting worse, especially with these summer months as the temperature is exceeding 56 years decrease in many areas and families here are suffering a lot. we speak to families, they tell us that the, in many cases, people cannot sleep at night. and especially those who have students, students have exams these days. and many families cannot afford to buy power generating machines now or iraq is relying on gas coming from iran and iran has decreased. it's got supplies to iraq from 50000000 cubic meters, to only 5000000 cubic meters because of due debts from iraq to iran. well, i've been large protest taking place in the southern syrian city of dera as well. demonstrates is that with announcing
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a speech who's been imposed by president bashar assad government and his russian allies, it was put in place of residence, or course it in rejected. last mom's presidential elections for rebels. herod tree has been 10 services. it was re taken by government forces in 2018 more than 100 people have been killed in land mines, left behind after last year's war between armenia and as by john. 9 months on from the conflict and tens of thousands of explosives remain in the disputed region of new going to a car bug, people living there say work to clear them is moving too slowly from i'm dumb and as a by john russell said dar reports taking a chance with every step. this is one of the most heavily mind regions in diverse and for some, because homes, if you didn't, you didn't alums to my son left home to see the lines we taken from armenia, but he never came back. his brother in law called us and said they sent them a land mine and a seriously injured it was
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a long night. he died in the morning. he left behind children and a young wife. but my mother was one of more than 100 people killed by landline, sees the latest lord in gordon. they were planted across 7 districts of no go, no cut about by soldiers from armenia over nearly 3 decades. that is after it warn't control of territory from us, john in award that ended in 1994. now those districts have the highest rate of accidents from land line exclusions in the world. but the minds don't even have to fool to cause damage with an item that has been in this house for 2 months now. but i haven't brought my kids here because all the surrounding areas a planted with land mines children don't understand the danger. a lot of these lands are very fertile with a lot of water resources,
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but i can't rise animals or do agriculture because of the landlines. jones government says menu is reluctant to share maps where the landlines are. each time mine couldn't, is expert take to the fields, took your minds, they take a big risk terms this and remind clearance process is very difficult worrying and stressful. you have to be careful because you can step on mine's any time. we know that each signal means there is a mind when we care the minds. we feel so impatient to nervous, especially during hot days because the mind protection suit we have to weigh is suffocating. took your minds, they are blown off from a safe distance. so it has been 9, mount caesar bay, john and armenia agreed to assist fire to and they are 6. we complet over not going to cut about, but land mines remain a major issue in the 1st deal of its kind between them. our menu has given out their b. john maps showing the locations of nearly 100000 land mines in dogs on region,
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in exchange for 15 prisoners of war, but hasn't revealed what it has planted mines in other districts. border dispute between 2 countries remains unresolved, highlighting the fragility of the people here, wait in, hold for a solution. mindful of their every staff resume said that there be job african leaders of joined thousands of zombie ends to pay their final respects to the country's founding president. statement oils been held for kenneth calendar who died 3 weeks ago aged 97, been suffering from pneumonia. his remains will be taken into procession across the country ahead of his burial next week. calendar rooms ambia for more than 25 years until 1991. he's remembered as a staunch african nation as to stood up to south africa during a party was sort of had on this program. i have high election years 2020 as belgium
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and actually baffled semi final beautifully place. ah ah ah ah ah.
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with me ah ah ah ah, well here we go, joe, is he in out all the latest on your 25 r m. it's lease incredible winning streak continues. they'll be in belgium at 21 in the quarter finals of your 2020 for the 13th victory in a row that faces spain next on tuesday in the semi finals they got passed switzerland, a 31 on penalties. the 3 tom champions finance lead. when george alva shot took
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a big diffraction of dentist, zakiria the smith filled it with only starting the match with his that captain grant jacket was suspended. and it was standing on to carrie. he got his side back in it on 68 minutes off from mix ups in the spanish defense, the not long office, switzerland was down to 10 men off the remote boy that was sent off for a late challenge on gerald and it finished one or on the side that couldn't be separated an extra time. so it went to penalties. at off this with mister 3 in a row, miguel stepped up to school the winning she's been described as the most exciting sprinter since you same boat, but american it should carry richardson. it will not be competed in the competing in the 100 meters at the tokyo lympics. after failing a drug test. richardson tested positive for cannabis at the u. s. in pick trials last month and has been handed a one month suspension. the band is backdated,
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meaning her qualifying result for the 100 meters has been wiped out. so she will miss that event that she could still be selected for relay evidence of the games. richardson, it says she was triggered by the death of her mother and has apologized to have fans neva joke of his bid for a record equaling 20th grand. some title is still intact. after he reached the 4th round at wimbledon, the defending champion was up against american qualify it that he could le, and the number one it took the 1st 2 sets, 6463. he was pushed all the way in the 3rd day with good laughing set points. the joke of it came through on a tie break to make it into the la 60, for the 13th time and 16 appearances the when comes the day off the job that was named on the list of players competing at the end. i had the highest aspirations and ambitions going into tokyo olympics. olympic games happen every 4 years. it is the biggest sports event in the history of sport,
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obviously representing the country for me is a highest of honor and privilege. and i always try to be there for, for so beyond serbian tennis, an american start preparing for the defense. if it didn't pick title off the he was not counted when wouldn't by canadian dennis ship level of utah champion going down in straight sets for 1660 against the number pennsaid. so marie's return to singles action of the all england club for the 1st time. it's in 2017 ending in the 3rd round. last year women's friendships and champion eager to be on tech is through to the full found paul is up against every net. net. thank you for mania. it didn't take long for the 7 days to wrap this one up, winning 616 love in just 55 minutes. she'll face tennessee, and on to the next, she pulled off one of the shots the tournament so far on highway 2, beating the 2017 champion, being at mcgrew, making her debut on center court one and reset the 5. the best day of her career
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victory, the more impressive considering she wasn't feeling well and voted on court. i'm a she have a problem with my stomach. inflammation and it's been going on for a while. so yeah, it bothers me. probably with the stress, with the fatigue and everything. so you know, sometimes when i drink water i, the water doesn't go through anymore. so that's why i get, i get sick and honestly, i don't want to interrupt the players. so i try to, to get rid of it and, and just continue playing. you know, the day after louis hamilton is that his mercedes team had fallen behind the main rival, red ball racing. the 7th time of formula one. well, in the fall, this time in friday practice for the austrian chrome pre k, the found much needed speed of rain fell on red bulls home tracks. hamilton was almost 2 tenths of a 2nd foster, and it's he made about 3 both that company should be there and
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i've got some golf now and me office champion. has jackie massey, alma has tested positive for october 19 and have to withdraw for a pga tour event in detroit. japanese thought was pulled out of the tournament shortly before he was to to start his 2nd round. his playing partners from the opening round phil mickelson and ricky falla has been allowed to continue because under the p j tools cove in 1900 protocols, then not subject to contract tracing contact tracing, i should say in 2 weeks the wells talk golf is one of the longer be required to test for creative art and major league baseball fight, the los angeles dodgers received a warm welcome from president joe biden as they became the 1st sports team to visit the white house. since he took office. they were that to celebrate that 2020 world series. when the tradition they was largely paused during the donald trump presidency. that was mainly because many athletes refused to meet with him over
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some of his controversial comments and policies. last is and be a champions little countries like as a yet to visit the white house. that's in part due to the league, strict code 19 protocols. and finally, jose, i marina has puts down in the italian capital to start his new job as rome a coach. and he certainly got the saw treatments at the clubs and i couldn't at gun freakin when, personally to pick him up from his home in portugal and then piloted the plane that brought him to rome. a special treatment for the special one. marina rena was hired in may on a 3 a deal that was after. he was fact, i taught him permanent excite. why should quite a turn out there? isn't it we have had that going to treat him before private jets. you know, happens all the time. ok, thank you so much. thank you, jama. so actually there's much warner website algebra dot com. but you could also just stay tuned because i will be back with you on the bulletin in
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that's do it on algae 0. what's most important to me is talking to people, understanding what they're going through here. and we believe everyone has a story where ah, the ones has more than 400000 to grinds are in famine and they're struggling to get a to them. despite the european government ceasefire, ah, well i'm, i am the machine and then you're watching al jazeera also coming up from the program. us troops quietly financial background, their main base in afghanistan as taliban fighters sleep in the district around the country.


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