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your network al jazeera, the blaming it's on both scenario mass protests continue in brazil against the president's handling of the pandemic. the hello, i'm mario minimize in london. you're watching al jazeera, also coming up on the program. hundreds of thousands in famine and almost 2000000 risk. the u. n. has the foreign ethiopian tig, why region must be respected? the former south african president jacob's do my get the legal reprieve. the constitutional court agreed to hear his request for a contempt ruling to be over time. and days of to run shall reign triggers
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a massive mudslide in central japan. 2 people a see a dead and 20 a missing. ah . in brazil, thousands of people back out on the streets of rio de janeiro. the latest demonstration in a wave of anger that's been sweeping the country over the president travel centers handling of the corona virus pandemic. now brazil is the 2nd worst effected country by cove at 19, but both scenario continues to down play the dangers of the virus. but he's also now under investigation for possible corruption linked to a contract to buy indian made vaccines. more than half a 1000000 people have now died from the virus in brazil. wanna kiana kiev has more now from the demonstrations. well, this is just for chromecast in 5 weeks. we've had one in may. we've had one in june,
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and this one was supposed to happen later, but say anticipated people here are, there is a growing discontent. people were angry because of the page by people who are angry because there was a delay in buying a vaccine because he does play the virus with a new element. now in what's going on now, is this investigation which the senate is, is investigating the handling of a friend that make, and i've now uncovered some corruption key that allegedly, some government officials were taking to buy vaccines are wanting to over pay back. so this is something that is very damaging for both of them because
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he was like just saying that he was and on is contrary to predecessor was and she and her predecessor was in prison on corruption charges. so now there's this person. so that's why people are getting angrier and angrier or elsewhere. indonesia has rolled out more restrictions and its capital jakarta, the main island of java, and the tourist hub of barley, mosques, restaurants, and shopping malls have all been close off the record number of new daily infections and deaths. the health care system is on the brink of collapse. jessica washington reports from jakarta. in the indonesian capital these carpenters work from morning to midnight. busier than ever in this workshop with the
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families of the deceased waiting for coffins. so whether we like it or not, we have to work fast as indonesia, the most populous island java deals with the largest search in covert $900.00 cases . workers in the funeral industry say they overwhelmed and exhausted. nearby these men transport hundreds of empty coffins each day. 2 hospitals with i'm going to priorities covey 19, we have to help with these cases because there are just too many dead bodies with its symmetries filling up and its hospitals struggling. the government has brought back restrictions to try slow transmission in java and bali. but the, because we, as we know in the last few days, the panoramic has developed very fast because of the new variant which is also become a serious problem in many countries. some of the restrictions include compulsory working from home for non essential sectors. the closing of moles,
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places of worship, and more and limits on domestic travel. there are more than $50000.00 police and armed forces personnel in the field to enforce the new restrictions and roadblocks around the capital. lisa, all the people to turn back and go home. doctor say they welcome the new restrictions, but some of how many live could have been saved if they had started sooner. some hospitals are already at 100 percent capacity, and doctors say they have no choice but to turn away sick people because they don't have room for them. must be there. i know that's going to help me to have them finding a bad dead wife. there have been children, but i can help unable to get hospital care many trying to buy oxygen tanks to care for their loved ones at home. the government says it will enhance tele
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medicine services to assist those in need. but the help has come to late for thousands of indonesians who lost their loved ones in the recent surge. now i feel so lost, my parents are gone. we don't even know where they caught the virus. in one week she lost her mother and father. now she hopes other families won't experienced the same fate. jessica washington, out to 0 chicata. ah . united nations is calling only if you are in government and rebel fight is integrity and respect to cease fire in the region to address what rights groups describe as a man made humanitarian crisis. un says the regions conflict is at risk of spiraling even further with at least one point. 8000000 people on the brink of starvation. as a result of the conflict that started in november,
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that's on top of the 400000 people who already crossed the threshold into famine. on friday, the un security council was breached on the situation into gray. they were told that it's worse and dramatically with the number of people living in famine increasing by 50000 in recent weeks. and of those living in famine, at least 33000 are children who are severely malnourished. catherine soy is an artist. hon with the latest on the conflict between if you're appearing rebel forces into grind. little grand forces have been saying, and they've been showing pictures of men who appear to be your p and federal soldiers being paraded along the streets. emacula, ca, people thousands of them being taken to prison. we spoke to the spokesman of this, the grand forces who said that they have in the last 7 days, captured thousands of european soldiers doing fighting in areas around
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mccalla. he also said that healed to military has suffered major casualties. and the grand forces have also managed to seize important military equipment. it seems that this to grand forces of very emboldened the spokesman was also say that now the focus, he's also on other areas in the guy, particularly the west, which is still being controlled muscle which is still being controlled by forces from the neighboring. i'm hydro region and controlling really territories that i disputed territories that are being claimed by both communities so that the grand forces saying that they're not going to rest and feel every inch. all guy is liberated looming prisons and transfer former south african president, jacob zoom and might be delayed with the constitutional court agreeing to hear his
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application to have the ruling revolt. zoom, rejoined hundreds of his supporters, who gathered outside his home in a condo to protest. the pending jail time for president was handed a 50 mile prison sentence, the fighting to appear at a corruption inquiry. zoom has asked the court to and all of saying he could be exposed to cove at 19 while in prison. i mean miller has been following these developments from outside him as ancestral home. those attempts to stay out of prison and they've come just of the month of saying that he's prepared to go to jo to defend his rights in that the constitutional court and the commission of inquiry into corruption all bias that supports and independent that there's an agenda political agenda against them, and so that he is willing to go to jail. who sort of creative, jo. once that judgement came through from the constitutional court, just days before the former president was due to either hand itself over to police
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face arrest in the days after that. he then approached the constitutional court as well as the high court to try and prevent that race. and so for now, the constitutional cortez issued an order say that it was here, his application for rescission, of that judgment and sentence, they'll hear that application on the 12th of july. but it doesn't necessarily mean that his imprisonment is suspended. we are seeking clarity on that one legal experts says that one of the presidents would have to apply separately to the constitutional court to hold off on that album came if i was our position and activists have been holding nationwide protests against ongoing attacks by all groups protest to say the government has failed to stop the violence and demanding they resign. nicholas' hoc has more. there is no escape from the violence explains the result. what ago it was in april 2019 that fighters from the stomach state and
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the greater horror, storm resolve, east church during sunday service and set it on fire. he says he then lined up all the men and boys of or village and killed them one by why it happened to us in northern part. suargo says the groups control not only her village, but large swath of land nearby or the christian to convert this land. if they want to stay alive, though, if you develop to live in order to work for us to short pay your force to pay 5 times a day, the shot people work into gold plans and they know control. there's about like villages are hostages. group government is doing nothing about it. what is taking part in the nation wide silent protest against the government? the ability to stop the affiliate from expanding and picking up the march is organized by opposition. parties including that of former president blaisdell bowwie, who was forced to resign in $24.00 to buy
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a popular uprising after 27 years in power. lee and do nothing has been done to fight terrorism. president is fighting his mandate to ensure the integrity and independence of the country. he is failing to protect the population and something they have to change. but michaud on wednesday president hawk gabrielle a taxes defense and security ministers. after more than 130 people were killed by fighters, believes to be 8 between 12 and 14. in the village of the line, he addressed the nation calling for people to stop demonstrating. separately looking, as i saw, given to contact them, had to be discerning and not missing the enemy, no demonstrations, no corporate protests on social media, nor questioning our institutions and democracy will help us in our country. the u. n. says the fight has killed more than 2000 people and displaced a further one point. 2000000 government forces are on the retreat faced with
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increasing attack as the flemish state and the greatest horror continues to gain round. nicholas hawk algae 0 and our stories are falling, at least $43.00 migrants have drowned off the coast of tenicia. 84 others were rescued shortly when the boat sank. after leaving the nearby libyan ports of the water up, it's understood, the engine broke down and then the boat capsized migrants from sudan, eritrea and bangladesh were among those on board. now at least 2 people, a fear dad in 20 and missing. after a month, slides struck japan's coastal city of a tommy which lay south west of tokyo. in emergency talks, the prime minister she days suga worn that there might be much more rainfall to come under. chappelle has the latest on this now after days of torrential rain, loose and soil above the town around 10 30 am local time. on saturday, it all came sliding down the mountain. like mud cascaded through the streets
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in waves, crashing into homes in the quiet japanese resort town south west of tokyo, the piano, the electricity pile on here. i wish i can all over the place and no sooner had i wondered what was going on than the mud slides were already there. and in the street below, 2 was really scared. japan self defense forces had sent teams to help local police and firefighters. japan is prone to mud slides and flooding during its annual rainy season. japan is very much a natural disaster country. i mean there may be no country on earth that has as many natural disasters in smaller is japan. does volcanoes earthquakes, landslide floods it's, it's gets hit very heavy. and so the self defense forces, one of their missions is to,
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to go to these disaster zones. and to kind of add some manpower to a situation where, you know, otherwise local authorities might be overwhelmed. elsewhere and she's ok. prefecture cruiser rescuing people from flood waters. brains are expected to continue in several areas in the next 2 days and are chappelle al jazeera watching out. is there a life from london much more still ahead on the program. we look at president joe biden july, 4th, pushed to get more people vaccinated against the corona virus. and people in the philippines are trying to protect themselves and their livelihood as the to all okay. now continues to reject toxic gas. ah, the hello there, there's more unsettled weather on the way for large areas of europe over the next
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few days, particularly for the east and the north west weather systems, bringing the wet and windy weather to the u. k. and to france, edging all the way into western areas of germany, so in strong showers and thunder re down pools expected. and if you got into monday, you can see there's gonna be more of that wet weather on the way. and we'll see some of those under the showers, particularly heavy around switzerland and northern parts of italy. and as those weather weather systems move further east. within the winter weather in ukraine, we could see more flooding around areas of the black sea there. now for the south, we have got a smattering of storms and showers around the balcony, some of those showers, affecting parts of greece, and we could see some stronger winds around the greek islands. but the heat is really building across the iberian peninsula for southwestern spain. we have got a heat warning at mercy is seeing the temperature edging up to 40 degrees. and by the time we go to shoes, they'd be 42 degrees with plenty of sunshine coming through. and it's
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a similar story for northern areas of africa. things of course, slightly for egypt with 30 degrees in cairo, the across the world, young activists and organize their own. the move to the day we do the work in the 1st series, 2 people in new york city use different to me to flight institutional racism and police brutality. this is indeed a wide problem that wires a systemic solution generally can change on your game. oh,
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the combat the main stories now thousands of people have gathered in rio de janeiro to protest brazilian president child both scenarios handling of the current of ours pandemic. he is now also under investigation of possible corruption, acquiring indian made vaccines. the u. n. is wanting, if your government and rebel fighters to respect as he fire integra arrest, a complex fire into further crisis. more than 2000000 people there on now on the verge of donation and your families to people that dad and another 20, i'm missing officer, a mudslide. struck me tokyo homes and said you have a tommy, have been swept away with authorities warning of no heavy rainfall expected this week. now and all the stories of president joe biden is spending the july for the
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holiday weekend urging people to get vaccinated while marking his country's progress against the virus. he has arrived in michigan as part of a nationwide america's back together tool or than half the u. s population has been inoculated, but the government will not meet its goal of 70 percent by july 4th. so it's racing to get as many people vaccinated as possible, as the highly contagious delta variance sprites, and could pose a big risk in the autumn. so let's now speak to job returns. he joins us live from washington, so it sang shop the u. s. has made great strides and it's not nation campaign, but there are some who say it's far too soon to celebrate. i'm faulty soon to so explicitly tie the progress of the u. s. housemaids undoubtedly against the cobra. dr virus with the 4th of july independence holiday. the white house is the subtitle of the celebrations this weekend. our independence from the virus. i
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didn't, you know, comparing independence from the virus of independence from the british that created the united states. and the white seems as says, look, you know, the american public ones were just talking to independence. we're not talking about victory. this isn't a mission accomplished. george w bush on an aircraft carrier in 2003, talking about the mission accomplished in iraq. and i would love to start the nuances, not everyone's quite so short. it is true day that the statistics all are impressive in that now we have 12000 cases a day about capacity 200000 cases a day when bite was inaugurated 300 deaths a day that can pass too early. 2020. but the trends are the worrying thing bite, and we'll miss that, that goal of 70 percent off adults with at least one dose of vaccine by july, the 4th, but not by much. it will be probably around 68 percent we think on sunday. so
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that's the se bags. another reason why the wife says we should celebrate, but then when you dig, dig dialed in today's statistics. the problem is only 46 percent of americans are fully vaccinated and the rates of vaccination has been steadily slowing. the death rate is down, but it's creeping up in parts in clusters around the country, usually where people are getting vaccinated, whether it's vaccine hesitancy. and there's a particular consent only about a 3rd of 18 to 39 year olds of vaccinated, and they're a particular group who are showing enormous hesitancy, not taking up the vaccine. so these are worrying trends on july. the 4th biden will hold the largest in person gathering at the white house with a 1000 members of the military and front and workers are the big july, 4th barbecue, and it's true, the husky a lot has been done. it's good to get morale up. but the worry is that will give a message to days, especially those patry, artic folks in the south east. the midwest who are sharing real vaccine,
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hasn't and said that they do could have enormous barbecues and families. and this will then become another vector of transmission in areas where people aren't getting vaccinated. so it's pretty tricky. thank you. when i just on that for washington job or tansy, or in all the developments they've been to more bodies found in the rubble of the apartment blocks partially collapsed in florida. last week. that springs the number of confirmed dead to 24, while a 124 others remain unaccounted for. emergency workers planned to demolish what's left of the building on sunday for tropical storm elsa, which is the florida coast. no one has been pulled from the ruins alive since the 1st few hours of the rescue operation after the collapse. canada's military is preparing for evacuations as wildfire spread across british columbia, more than a 100 fires of raging as a record breaking heat wave grips the province. around a 1000 people have fled to destruction with rescue workers searching for some who have gone missing. now the mayor of
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a small spanish town has told out there that his people will be europe's 1st climate refugees. delta bris, it's at the heart of the abroad delta wetlands where rice and shellfish have been cultivated for centuries. but it faces huge environmental challenges. first rate comes from sea levels that rising rapidly and could flood towns and villages fall inland in a few decades. the bro rivers flow has dramatically reduced because of dams and reservoirs, flowers, half since $900.00 ninety's. meaning there's less fresh water and crucially less sediment washed into the delta by the river. now this means that when big storms arrive, the delta is more easily washed away by the sea. and his jone haul now reports lising, temperatures make those storms more likely. when spain's east coast was battered by storm gloria in early 2020, the french wetlands of the bro river delta bore the brunt already at risk from
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hydro, electric dams, up river that have robbed the delta of much of its silt and fresh water supply. climate change has contributed. rising water levels and warming sees massive storms like glory will become more regular ripping through rice fields and vital sand barriers. so it's an example of dramatic things that are happening in the and i losa or in the mississippi delta. and we have these like fashion of living at the coast. so that's quite critical because we're having this accelerated sea level rise and this is a huge impact on the economy. and this is safe in the delta for like the natural lapse where you can see this ethics in advance before they are happening in other parts of the coast. tourists come to the delta for its wide beaches. little knowing that the sea line has advanced by an average of 6 meters a year for the past 60 years. and they come for its abundance of bird life,
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most famous of the flamingos. but those who live here complained the successive spanish governments have ignored the problem. among them are muscle produces who had to adapt to changing conditions as their harvests have gradually reduced the muscle produces say that what they do is environmentally friendly. these muscles are important contributors to the marine ecosystem and the beds around here are effective tools for carbon capture the muscles drawing out large quantities of c o 2 from the ocean in the production of their shells. the problem is that the environment here in the delta is becoming increasingly unfriendly and they're operating, they say at the absolute limits of economic sustainability, you're going to give them yet. i think there is still time, but something must be done quickly. too many years have passed already. we have studies that have been done about everything. what is needed is for the authorities
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to act on the possible solutions include supplementing the supply of river sediment to prevent coastal erosion and rebuilding sand defenses for the inhabitants of the town. of del tear bridge, whose homes regularly flood their livelihoods inside the delta ever more precarious action is urgent. about the leaders, i brace a farmer who loses his rice field loses his livelihood. the person who loses his homely, the beach have to move. so we could end up being the 1st climate refugees in europe . if public action is not taken. my whole life in the delta is a risk under protected over exploited a delicate tussle between river and see. and the sea is winning. jonah, hold al jazeera in spain's abroad, delta voter philippines. now, where evacuations are still going on as the toxic volcanic gas walk through the skies near the capital manila interruption at the to all volcano on thursday as
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force thousands of thousands of people from their homes with officials desperate to prevent evacuation centers from timing into corona virus hotspots jamila island, doug reports from to all. the filipino fishermen year see these are their most trying time. daniel seger is worried about we had some real is that if the will explode so good or do we go? there are no jobs, and there were any more last year's volcanic eruption coupled by the corona virus pandemic have almost decimated the fishing industry here in a few minutes. the polity. south of the capital manila you'd have been showing signs of recovery over the past few months. but last thursday, volcanic activity is threatening livelihoods. once again, people here say very grateful,
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they're able to work. many of them had to borrow money to start over again, and they remain deep in debt. they say they can't afford another closure to all the kena spewed toxic black plumes on thursday afternoon. i prompting the local government to move people living within the 7 kilometer dangers, doing more than 14000 and have been taken to the temporary shelters, many of whom are depended on fishing for their livelihood. and now we're away. in a popular tourist destination, concealed the give ada is doing all she can to keep her 3 year old me. we're really in there. i mean off what gives me gone. i have responsibility to my staff. and also i just like to court. i like, i'm just like to to serve people. many businesses here had closed, but there are those who remain defiant and hopeful that better days will come once
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again. jamila lim, dog and al jazeera lisa batangas, province northern philippines. we have some news from lithuania now the countries declared to state the agency off the record number of migrants and refugees entered the country from neighbouring bella. ruth, now the list when the government is accusing the battle russian president, alexander lucas shanker, of weapon ising migration. after lucca shank of threatened to loosen border controls for undocumented migrants is comes amid simmering tensions between the european union and local shanker with the you imposing tough new sanctions on battle russian officials. now the vatican is accused 10 people of financial crimes including fraud, extortion, and abuse of office. the group includes the italian cardinal angela. i bet you, as well as the heads of the roman catholic churches, financial intelligence unit,
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france is 5 bet you last year groups due to stand trial and the vatican later this month, over the 415 $1000000.00 purchase of a building in london. so there's more everything we're covering right here, al jazeera dot com, if i need to got a main stories. now, thousands of people have gathered in rio de janeiro to protest brazilian president john bolton are handling of the pandemic. brazil is the 2nd was effective country by carbon 19 after the u. s. but to both scenario continues to downplay the dangers of the virus is also now under investigation for possible corruption linked to acquiring indian made vaccines.


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