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while the people i'm writing about patina got out of darkness minds and bob weigh on our jazeera, we understand the differences of cultures, the cost of what moves with the news and current. does that matter to you? i blame it on both scenario mass protest. continuing in brazil against the president's handling of the pandemic. ah, i, marianne was in london watching algae, and there are also coming up on the program a last minute legal reprieve for jacob zoom. a constitutional court will consider his challenge against the contempt charges. days of torrential rain triggers
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a massive mudslide in central japan. 20 people is still missing. i'm joan in spain's abroad. delta one of the mediterranean is most important wetlands systems. now under severe threat from climate change. ah, welcome to the program and we thought in brazil where thousands of people have taken to the streets of the city of rio de janeiro. and the latest demonstration forming a wave of anger sweeping the country of a president gyro both scenarios handling of the corona virus pandemic. brazil is the 2nd worst effective country by cove at 19 of the united states. but all scenario is continued to down play the dangers of the virus. but now he's also under investigation for possible corruption scandal linked to a contract to buy indian made vaccines. or brazil is one of the worst effected
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countries in the world, in terms of deaths. over half a 1000000 people have died since the pandemic began. also the fed globally for infections with nearly 19000000 confirmed cases of covered 19 just of a 12 percent of the population of funny vaccinated with epidemiologist wanting that the winter and a new variant could drive infections higher if the inoculation campaign doesn't improve or at least speed up from want to keiana, kiev has been covering those demonstrations for us. well, this is the 3rd in 5 we have had one in may. we've had one in june and this one was supposed to happen later but say anticipated it because people here are there is a growing. 7 discontent. people were angry because of that now people were angry
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because there was a delay in buying them back 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 the panoramic and i've now uncovered some corruption key that allegedly, some government officials were taking to buy vaccines are wanting to pay back. so this is something that is very damaging for both or not because he was like just saying that he was an honest, contrary to predecessor my son was in and her predecessor was in prison on corruption charges.
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now does this person, so that's why people are getting angrier and angrier well in indonesia, the government air is rolled out further restrictions in the capital regards to cancer, as well as the main island of java and the terrorists tub of barley, mosques, restaurants, and shopping malls. have been closed off the record number of new daily infections and death. the health care system is now on the brink of collapse. jessica washington reports from jakarta. in the indonesian capital these carpenters work from morning to midnight is busier than ever in this workshop. in the 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 its largest 3rd encoded 19 cases, workers in the funeral industry, se they overwhelmed and exhausted. nearby these men transport hundreds of empty coffins each day to hospital with the priorities covey. 19,
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we have to help with these cases because they 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, places of worship, and more and limits on domestic travel. there are more than 50000 police and armed forces personnel in the field to enforce the new restrictions and road blocks around the capital. lisa, all the people to turn back and go home. doctor say they welcome the new restrictions,
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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 bet for their wife. there have been children and what i can help unable to get hospital care. many a trying to buy oxygen tanks to care for their loved ones at home. the government says it will enhance tele medicine services to assist those in need. but the help has come too late for thousands of indonesians who lost their loved ones in the recent surge or elder, now i feel so lost. my parents are gone. we don't even know where they caught the virus in one week,
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she lost her mother and father. now she hopes other families won't experienced the same fate. jessica washington out to 0 jakarta on president joe biden is spending the july for the holiday weekend urging people to get vaccinated while marking his country's progress against cove at 19. he's in michigan as part of a nationwide america's back together to more than half the u. s. population has been vaccinated, but the government won't meet his goal, a 70 percent by july 4th. so it's racing to get as many people inoculated as possible as the highly contagious delta variance spreads. mike conner is live 1st in washington. and so mike, how much of a threat is the the, the delta variant in to the progress that the u. s. is already made? well the situation within the u. s. is as those figures you mentioned some 55 percent 40 vaccinated some 68 percent of relief that we received at least one shot
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. but the deep concern is the geographic disparity in terms of the facts and nation rate. now you have a situation where in for a month, for example, more than 80 percent of that state's population are fully vaccinated. mississippi on the other side of the ladder, less than 50 percent awfully vaccinated. now that vary in the delta variant, which is accounting for some 25 percent of new cases in the united states is spreading very strongly in those states where they are low vaccination rates. and over the us as a whole, there has been a 10 percent increase in rates of infection over the past week as compared to the previous one. once again, the delta variant is being held responsible. but the real concern is that your graphic disparity, which may also be a political one, lowest vaccination rates in republican controlled state as to the higher rates in the states control by the democrats in the east. this is a major issue,
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not president biden says that code 19 is on the run, but he continues to warn as his health officials, that the battle is not to get one. the delta variant is a major threat, but the biggest threat to achieving some form of last thing big. again, coven is the reluctant stop large amounts of people not to get vaccinated. and that's a lot to move the vaccination figure up in excess of 70 percent, which could begin experts say to create a heard humanity. thank you, mike, kind of with that in washington. thanks, mike. ah, the looming president sentence for former south african president, jacob zoom might be delayed. the constitutional court agreeing to there is application to have the ruling revokes. soon joined hundreds of the forces who gathered outside his home and the conflict of protest depending jail time. through
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the former president was handed a 15 month prison sentence failing to appear as a corruption inquiry. jim has asked the court and no, no saying he could be exposed to coven 19 when he's in prison. to meet him, miller is falling. developments from outside zoom is unfair for those attempts to stay out of prison. they've come just stuff to months of saying that he's prepared to go to joe to defend his rights in that the constitutional court and the commission of inquiry into corruption or bias that the court and independent that there's an agenda political agenda against them. and so that he willing to go to jail who sort of creative, joe, once that judgement came through from the constitutional court, just days before the former president was due to either hand itself over to police a face to rest. in the days of that, he then approached the constitutional quarters, one of the high court to try and prevent that arrest. and so for now,
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the constitutional cortez issued an order say that it was here, his application for rescission, of that judgment and sentence still healed that application on the 12th of july. but it doesn't necessarily mean that he is imprisonment. is the spend that we all seeking clarity on that. one legal experts says that the former president would have to apply separately to the constitutional court to hold off on that's a risk. and also news from gaza, where at least one person has been severely injured in an israeli as strike the air force as it struck a weapon manufacturing site and a rocket launcher belonging to her mass. the tap follows days of incendiary balloons being launched from gaza, causing a series of fires in israel, watching out their ally from london till head on the program. following developments in canada, thousands of people that fleeing wildfires had been blazing across british columbia
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. i'm seeing human inside chiles. historical was building which has just been refurbished for a historic process up next. we'll explain how ah hello there, let scott in australia and is the wet and windy weather pulls away from the east coast. it's the west coast that's going to see some of those unsettled conditions. we got a weather system bringing stronger wind showers in storms to the north east, puts going to see some of that wet weather. and that's like you to intensify on monday and we'll continue through much of the week for the south of australia. we've got a cold front keeping things chilly. some frosty starts to the mornings there and the temperature is slightly lower than what we expect for this time. of year and i
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was surely conditions continue across, has mania and victoria for the sunshine. we have to come to new south wales and queensland. things are looking fine and dry thanks to high pressure. and it's a similar story as we hop across the tasman sea to new zealand. things looking fine and dry for the north and the south island that's ahead of the wet weather that arrives as we go in some monday. we're expecting some strong gales and some heavy snow across the alps in the south there. and as we move to east asia, it's a very wet picture for japan. we've had land slides to the south west of toko, and that rain is expected to continue over the next few days. that sure weather the weather bag, energy and change to every part of our universe. or
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small to continue the change all around the shape, my technology and human ingenuity, we can make it work for you and your business. oh the ah, back i'll main story. now. thousands of people have returned to the streets in brazil instead of rio de janeiro to protest. the president, jericho snores handling of the corona virus. pandemic is also now under investigation. possible corruption linked to
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a wiring indian made vaccines and all the headlines south africa. the constitutional forces agreed to consider an application to delay the prison sentence of former president jacob, the former leader with a 15 month channel, tampa, failing to appear to corruption inquiry. the duma has argued that he could be exposed because at 19 in prison. and then us president joe biden is spending the july 4th holiday weekend urging people to get vaccinated. more than half the us population is half that job. and the government is falling short of its goal of 70 percent by july 4th. now we go to japan, at least 2 people have feared dead 20 a. missing after a massive mudslide struck the coastal city of autonomy which lies just south west of the capital. tokyo in emergency talks the prime minister sheet a suga worn that might be more heavy rainfall to come under. chappelle has the latest days of torrential rain, loose and soil above the town. around 10 30 am local time. on saturday,
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it all came sliding down the mountain. black mud cascaded through the streets in waves, crashing into homes and the quiet japanese resort town south west of tokyo, the piano, the electricity pile on here, which shaking 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 and smaller is japan. does volcanoes earthquakes, landslide floods it's, it's gets hit very heavy. and so the self defense forces,
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one of their missions is to, 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 helped? 0 counted as military as rang for evacuations as wildfires vast right across british columbia. more than a 100. 5, raging is a record breaking heat wave grips of province around a 1000 people, a fred, the destruction rescue work as it's searching for some people who've now gone missing colson davies as a journalist at radio and l news, a local radio station in the city of kamloops, he says, situation is getting why are talking about close to 200 wildfires bringing in this province that we speak right now. we've had lightning and recent days human
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activity has caused that many more of those fires where i am in cameras. there's several significant, very large scale out of control buyers that are burning outside of the city limits . and in the past 4 days or so, as we're speaking more than 75000 years or, or in the low from the devastating wildfires the world is heard about latent british columbia, which birds almost essentially to the ground. and there's been multiple fatality reported there and other people not accounted for that. the county and pretty columbia that on tuesday, recorded the warmest temperature ever in canada were in mired in a historic never before the wave. it was just under 80 degrees celsius in britain on tuesday before that devastating wildfire for the community on wednesday night thousands of actuated right now. some people are happy to go to the 3 hours away just to get check in with emergency social services. so this is something that
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we've never seen before in this province or really in this country anywhere. well, search and rescue operations at a partially collapsed apartment block in florida had been suspended now. at least 24 people were killed when the building collapsed last week. 124 others is still on, accounted for, but emergency workers have halted to search for survivors to prepare for the demolition of what remains of the building. before tropical storm elsa reaches the florida coast. when other stories are following at least 43 migrants have drowned off the coast of denisia, 84 others were rescued when the boat sank. after leaving the nearby libyan forces, laura, it's understood the engine broke down and then the boat capsized people from sudan, eritrea and bangladesh, or among those on board. the united nations is calling on the government and ethiopia and rebel fight is integra to respect to cease fire in the region to
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address what rights groups describe as a man made humanitarian crisis. after 8 months of conflict, at least 1800000 people into grier. on the brink of starvation 400000 people already in famine. meanwhile, the 2 great defense for says they've captured more than 7000 to e. c o. in soldiers out there. as catherine sawyer, following the story from others ababa, the 2 grand forces have been saying and they've been showing pictures of men who appear to be in the field, p and federal soldiers being paraded along the streets. emacula the ca, people, thousands of them being taken to prison. we spoke to the spokesman of this grand forces, who said that they have in the last 7 days, captured thousands of european soldiers who are doing fighting in areas around mccalla. he also says at the hilton military has suffered major casualties
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and the grand forces have also managed to seize important military equipment. it seems that this 30 grand forces of barry, emboldened the spokesmen, was also say that now the focus is also on other areas in the guy, particularly the west, which is still being controlled a matter which is still being controlled by forces from the neighboring 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, living on an hundreds of protests of gathered in the occupied west bank of the killing of a prominent palestinian activist. they demanded the resignation of a president man with the 5. joining the protested were relatives of news. our banner who died last week after being arrested and beaten by palestinian
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authorities security forces finance death lead to protest across the occupied west bank. near the abraham brings is more on the story now from ramallah all the palestinian authority and leave one of the year in processors and calling for accountability of what they got the nation of the political activists. new thought by now the new daughter had died that the hands of the palestinian security forces who arrested them a week ago, the print being pro just dropped the occupied work bank that i've been met by by the palestinian authority committee. and we want to prove to the palestinian authority that we were just our children to know that we under to occupation. and we are like news that we want to have the freedom to express ourselves. so our children live in dignity for the hurry. i think there's all the parliament there
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clamping down on freedoms, including opinions on social media, the clamping down on the civil society and the press. what's left and we've had enough this satisfaction with the palestinian authority has already been on the rise, especially after the palestinian president has decided to cancel. what would have been the 1st elections in 15 years, but also external pressures against the palestinian authority. we've heard from the e u, the u one, then the us asking to ensure the safety of the the protesters after the violence track down against them in the past week. but the main events of these protesters here is the hold. those who are responsible, accountable, not those who were it is i've been asked, but those who gave them the orders were following developments and became aware of position. the opposition and the activists have come together. the whole nationwide protests against ongoing attacks found groups protest to the saying the government
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has failed to stop the violence and demanding a resign. nicholas hank has a story. there is no escape from the violence explains the result. these, whatever it was in april 21, 900 that fighters from the slavic states in the greater sahara storm resolved church during sunday service and set it on fire. she says he then lined up all the men and boys ever village and killed them when by what had happened. he says, northern coffee, what go says the army groups control not only her village, but large swath of land nearby for the christian to convert this land. if they want to stay alive, though it be developed, in order to work for us to short pay, you're forced to pay $5.00 times a day. the shunt people work in the gold mines and they know control. and there's about like villages or hostages group. and the government is doing nothing about it . what is taking part in the nation wide silent protest against the government
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inability to stop the i'm assuming from expanding in picking of buses to march is organized by opposition. parties including that of former president blaisdell bowwie, who is forced to resign in $24.00 to buy a popular uprising after 27 years in power. lee and do nothing has been done to fight terrorism. the president, fighting his mandate to ensure the integrity and independence of country he is failing to protect the population and something they charging. but michaud on wednesday president hawk taxes defense and security ministers. after more than a 130 people were killed by fighters. believe to be age between 12 and 14, in the village of field on he dressed the nation calling for people to stop demonstrating separative, looking as i saw, given to contact them, had to be discerning and not mistake the enemy of no demonstrations. no corporal protests on social media nor questioning our instructions and democracy will help
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us in our country. you see you and says that the fighting has killed more than 2000 people and displaced a further one point. 2000000 government forces are on the retreat. faced with increasing attacks as the state and the greatest, the horror continues to gain. nicholas hawk algae 0 state of emergency has been declared in mister wayne ja, after record number of my friends and refugees entered the country from neighbouring bella. ruth, the list, the wine in government is accusing battle russian president, alexander lucas shank over weaponized migration off the lucas shanker, threatened to loose and border controls on documented migrants. now the vatican is accusing 10 people of financial crimes including fraud, extortion, and abuse of office. the group includes italian, cardinal angela. i bet you as well as the heads of the roman catholic church, his financial intelligence unit, france is 5 that she last year groups due to the dan tried in the vatican later
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this month, over the 400 $15000000.00 purchase of a building in london chile is going through political change in may, a group of anti government protest as were elected to write a new constitution of people's last ranges from who called workers and owners of small businesses. alas, america salisia newman asked the story the amid the anger and violence of chillies, social uprising, one figure stood out that made protested, happy dance, dance pickup, choo they chanted. pick a tool is the mouse like fictional preacher belonging to the pokemon video game series. it became such a hit that soon others joined, did a symbol of peaceful protest for social change. wow. when brian police attacked began to, to the surprise of many, a 46 year old grandmother and former nursery school teacher,
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emerged from the costume to wipe the pepper gas from her eyes. to day, giovanni didn't burnett is one of the elective delegates to julie's new constitutional convention that i've been thinking. i don't think a lot of people told me. we don't need experts who have gone to harvard. they're the ones who ruined our country. i didn't feel prepared for such a challenging, but they insisted we need someone like you who can represent the real needs of the people. you're one of us. the mother of for joint forces with others during the social revolt. a group called the list of the people to run as independent, with new ties to political parties that come along way from protest in this plaza, to part of the largest brought them delegates, who will write till his new constitution. their aim is to overhaul to these economic and political system, and not surprisingly, many of them as left wing 3 miss the influential columnists. danielle mac. marla
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argues that, in fact, they were presenting new and diverse political force that doesn't fit the traditional mold, total set of all these grassroots ladies have been off the mainstream right off for a long time. the traditional late, don't know these new independence political representatives. they don't represent the traditional left or right, and instead they represent a range of causes from the environment to education, to health care. as a rule has his case in regard to the i can definitely the yes. i have cancer though the system hasn't managed to kill me yet. in chile, medical treatment depends on how much money you can pay. that's one of the reasons i protested in this plaza. the list of the people has a lot in common with delegates like job, i know, raw from democratic revolution, a young non traditional political party. you may have, you know, when i'm here, i define myself as a left is equal feminist,
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i believe in the social revolt. and also in our constitutional process, it's about taking power so that this power can be distributed more democratically, not just amongst the small elite. and then we'll have to run again. i'm gonna put it more simply. i'm neither left or right. she says, my ideology is social equality and justice to see and human al jazeera santiago. ah, the main stories now or thousands of people have gathered in rio de janeiro to protest brazilian president jar both scenarios handling of the corona virus pandemic. brazil is the 2nd, was effected country in the world by coven 19 off to the us. but both scenarios continue to downplay the dangers of the virus is also under investigation for possible corruption linked to acquiring indian made vaccines. while kiana kia has.


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