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came up early this year, it has been hovering around record high levels ever since 46 baghdad. such had been seen a drop and 14 q 8 bit of drop. but notice 40 in tehran and nothing to relieve it. there are a few showers in the maintenance man, possibly in south saudi or tidies active weather around the black sea for northern parts of turkey. but you see the dark red where the real heat has been spread just across the border into western iraq. we saw 50 degrees there just yesterday. now obviously it starts halt but gets really hot by the end of the day. so that was the change in the color from door. but over night is pretty warm too. and when the wind drops as its doing see it ran, it was 38 humid degrees. most is his dry heat, hot, but rather bearable. but at her hands, full cost of 40 takes it very close to recorded. hi, there are recorded in july which is for fast for the year, the hottest month, but they are just 34th year went above average as well. not much change very much. the monsoon, which is keeping the monte curse cooler, also,
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keeps the somali case cool. 26 margaret issue brings a little bit array, but the bigger house, or in the if in highlands. the news . the corona virus pandemic has altered modern society. as governments have grappled with soaring cases, contact tracing, and huge data collections are causing concern amongst civil rights activists. people in power investigates the ever increasing powers of governments and businesses as they access people's most personal data. and asks, what is being done to regulate the flow of sensitive information under the cover of coven on a jesse, you know, when a war crime is committed? is it kind of just follows a garden human rights investigator on his unprecedented journey to the french high court. i says it every place to make sure that the information to bring its
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context, taking on the arms trade in his fight for justice, for innocence, palestinians and their families made in france on all disease. ah, ah ah, welcome back. you're watching al jazeera time to recap, i'll headlines. south africa is beaumont president, jacob zoom. it says he will not hand himself to police. he's hours away from a deadline by default to turn in self in or face arrest. last week, he was sentenced to 15 months in prison for failing to appear before a corruption inquiry delay is writing
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a new chapter in democracy. an unprecedented convention and the council of santiago is meeting to officially begin the drafting of a new constitution that have been protest to grier and forces say they are ready for the seas. 5, talk to the federal government. if foreign troops withdraw from the state, they also want us to investigate the open and error tray and leaders for what it calls walk, crimes and crimes against humanity. what's thought to be one of the biggest ransom where cyber attacks has hit as many as $1000.00 businesses worldwide day include swedish supermarket giant coup, which had temporarily close $800.00 stores. hackers broke into a u. s. i t company that provides system and security management services to other companies. ransomware attacks involve data being locked away until money is paid to release it. with one is being blamed on
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a shadowy syndicate that forced meet supplies to pay 11000000 dollars last month. another group targeted to us fuel pipeline disrupting supplies until $4400000.00 was paid. much of that money since been recovered. richard spin on is a chief research analyst at on t harvest. he joins us on skype from birmingham michigan. good to have you with us . so it seems from these kinds of stories that to hijack information, you know, sort of cyber highest is easier to get away with than the traditional highest where you know, the rubber go out and draw the bank much easier and much less costly to engage in this sort of activity and obviously we, we now have an ecosystem because the renal attackers or another ransomware as a service. so if you're willing to attack somebody, you can just use their to our if
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nothing that companies can do to protect themselves. it seems incredible that, you know, hundreds of companies can be attacks in one go like this in a, an attack like this is very upsetting to defenders because they, they do extend trust to their software providers. to give them, you know, valid updates. and if an attacker's fiscal good enough is obviously reveal, is to filtrate the software supplier and then install essentially a back door in their software and push it out to you. it's kind of hard, you can do your own evaluation of all the software update to get so so very, very difficult to defend against this method. who's behind the attacks? do we know the sort of profile are we talking? i assume we're not talking individuals. so is this just like the cyber alms of
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traditional criminal gangs? or are we talking about different kinds of sophisticated network? i suspect, you know, there may be traditional criminal elements, but these are, you know, cyber criminals that have grown up in the days of spamming and spreading worms and viruses or doing extortion by d, das attack networks. and now they've hit a much more profitable method of attack, which is to demand certain crypto currencies and payment, which are untraceable in the, in this case, they're asking for a manero which is a little less traceable than big coin is. and the a lot of these gangs, darkseid is another one that was in the news recently. they, they, we attribute them to russian just so solely based on the fact that their software will not affect a endpoint. the has
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a russian keeble. indications that the target is in former soviet union country. now the sooner forces that sometimes ran some money has been recovered. how yeah, if the ransom is paid in the crypto currencies, it's possible. ready for law enforcement in particular to basically try and grab those accounts and exchange for instance. but if the rants where attackers are able to move it out immediately, then it would be traceable and they could not get it. and this problem has been going on for years and it banks the question, if you're a company and you know this sort of thing can happen, is there nothing you can do in advance to just have to wait until someone hijacks you material and then try and figure out a way to, to undo it. there is plenty of things he can do, but it takes an,
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acknowledging that there's a potential problem and then doing everything you can to fix it. never invest all the money that companies like say, are spending and mandy and fire i right now to recover. spend that money beforehand with defenses. with the caveat that we don't have a good defense against malicious software updates, i'm recommending that people try and find all the systems that they use that automatically update and stop the updates. don't accept automated updates if you had just a few days to see if, you know there was some something malicious about that update by being that the victim and letting other people be the victim. that would at least protect your company. i it's good to have your thoughts and analysis on this. thanks so much, richard. my pleasure. demolition teams and florida are moving to bring down a partially collapsed apartment block before the storm. l. so moves in at least
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$24.00. people have been confirmed that since the tower and surf signed collapse 10 days ago, 121 people are still not accounted for. search and rescue operations are on hold while engineers prepared to demolish the remains of the building. we are, of course, continuing to closely monitor the progress of the possible impacts of tropical storm elsa as hazardous weather conditions could, could force us to temporarily pause work again for the safety of the 1st responders . and we pray for limited impacts of the storm and serve sides so that we can continue unimpeded. the struggle and journey of a young honduran refugee is the focus of a newly released comic book. a nonprofit group hopes that will help people relate to the plight of migrants. note apollo reports from tijuana ana is the story of a young girl, forced to migrate from central america. while this comic book sponsored by the
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nonprofit groups save the children, tells of fictional tale of a young migrant child and her mother. on his experiences like running away from gang violence, or joining a migrant caravan reflect, a vivid reality endured by thousands of children. every year. speaking to al jazeera through a social worker, 7 year old bonnie recalls hauntingly similar experience that forced her and her mother to flee domestic violence in her home country of honduras, leaving everything and everyone they knew behind that one time my father was drinking at home and he hit my mother with a beer bottle and a katara here. he bonnie tells us, she felt fear as she and her mother travelled through mexico during cold dark nights. her story is reminiscent of a scene in the comic book where ana and her mother climb aboard a freight train along with dozens of other central american migrants. they may be
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illustrations for these pages accurately depicts many dangers migrant children's face when making the life or death journey toward the u. s. on the border. humanitarian workers from said the children say they hope the message laid out in comic book form will reach. people were unaware of the plight of young asylum seekers living in mexico with the really sad air. we hope the comic book brings visibility to the needs of my grandchildren and to the entire process of migration . we hope it makes people more empathetic, because these are stories that are not easy to tell. but should this comic book, which is based on real stories, maybe that can affect the change. the representatives from saved the children are caring for more than 400 under age migrants at this shelter alone. though this is only one of many safe spaces from children sponsored by the organization, your mexico's border with united states. children's rights groups estimate that one out of every 3 migrants that come to mexico from central america are children and
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teenagers. the vast majority from countries like 100, guatemala, and salvador humanitarian workers, c migrant children, continue to arrive here every day and due to border restrictions linked to the pandemic. many are finding themselves stuck in mexico, stretching the limits of the services humanitarian organizations are able to offer . manuel up a little al jazeera, he want to mexico candidates med phase, preparing to help evacuate areas in the path of wildfire sweeping through the province of british columbia. more than $155.00 burning in an extreme heat wave, victoria gates b explains a forest fire that ignited after days of record breaking temperatures has destroyed most of lit and a small town in central british columbia. this week, little broke canada is all time hot, his temperature record 3 times hitting nearly 50 degrees celsius on tuesday. local
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media reporting that a couple in the 60s have died due to the fire. many others are missing a more than a 1000 people have evacuated their homes. the world is heard about british columbia, which birds almost essentially to the ground. and there's been multiple fatality reported there and other people not accounted for. some people are happy to go 2 to 3 hours of wages to get check in with emergency social services. so this is something that we've never seen before in this province or really in this country anywhere. more than 170 wildfires burning across british columbia and west and all berta. that fueled by record breaking heat wave, that in turn led to more than 700000 lightning strikes on wednesday and thursday, up tenfold from a year ago. health officials in british columbia say more than 700 deaths have been reported in the past week. nearly 3 times the usual number. the heat wave is also resulted in a rising death toll in the northwest and united states. most people don't think
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about heat as a killer, and it is, and we know that the numbers are fairly high. certainly the event we've seen, we're going to see excess deaths a lot more than we should have, because all of those deaths could have been prevented. so we have to raise awareness in oregon, governor kate brown has declared a state of emergency and in the city of portland, the fire department has banned the use of fireworks for the 4th of july weekend. canada's forest by season usually starts in late july, but with more warm weather forecast over the next few days. the military's on stand by to help evacuate more towns, victoria gate and b algae 0. whether livia, comal is the spokesman for greenpeace canada joins us on skype for montreal's good to have you with us. so these scenes of devastation is it all down to climate change. first i'd like to extend our thoughts and prayers to the victims and
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all impacted by this crisis. and to your question, more and more, what we're seeing from studies is no longer a question of climate change is related to these, whether extremes. but just how much. and we've seen this with the british columbia, far as in 2017 scientific studies i've said up to 7011 times more intense before have been because of climate change. well, definitely the scientists say this sort of temperature, extreme temperatures result though of past emissions. does that mean? you know, it's not a result necessarily of what we are doing today. it's kind of unavoidable, at least for right now. there's no way to stop this, right? a lot of the climate modeling have been, rather i'd say conservative, we were expecting a lot of these events to perhaps happen mid century. and so the frequency and the, the degree of intensity, of, of these weather extremes are happening much sooner than expected. and i think at
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this point in time, we really need to understand that we need to reduce our, our mission significantly. the next few years and decade is the most important task that we have right now. and we can allow to continue our governments and banks continue to fund the fossil fuel industry to finance or, or exciting. because these are the main actors. sure. not to undermine the importance of, of taking action. now to stop this from getting even worse in the future, but i mean, is it a situation that now if we can avoid that, we just have to think of how to adapt for now to this reality and all governments and authorities doing that there, we need to absolutely mitigate and adapt, but we also need to reduce our emissions to because as you said, yes, the impacts we're seeing today as a result from the past. so they are effects that has happened over the last decade
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. the loss of ecosystems and the emissions that we put out significantly in the atmosphere has changed the climate and will continue. and so we're at this point where we need to really reduce the emissions and that's what we need to do at this point. think of adaptation. yes. but reduction of emissions starts. that's where we have to start. and our authority is doing that. i mean, some of the studies say if you put shading green roofs of the tough of buildings, you can reduce at least some of the deaths from this kind of stuff. when i'll sing a lot of that happening though, are we when it comes to canada, i wouldn't say the country is the best climate leader at this point in time. yes, the government just signed a new bill last week, which makes it a libel, legally accountable to reduce emissions. 90 by 2050. but when we compare to other countries or say, even the european union, the degree of leadership is failing here. a lot of our forest which
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enforce ecosystems are naturally climate regulators and we're losing a lot of our prime if i'm any sports across canada, in british columbia, for example, science studies are saying that we're going to lose our old growth forest in the next 5 to 10 years if nothing's being done, despite premier horgan saying he is protecting them, we're seeing and we've seen pictures worldwide of these monuments of nature being hauled away in flat beds. and so there's, there needs to be, need to step up governance for step up on protecting and restoring force ecosystems, not just planting trees and significantly reducing our fossil fuel emissions. and again, that starts i stopping the subsidies and funding to this industry. i thank you so much for coming. thank you. now, 2 of the 3 man crew of china is news space station of been out for a historic space. walk that the on her station 380 kilometers above us is still being worked on but should be fully operational by next year. under chappelle has
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more push when it comes to photo friendly moments in space. china is on a roll. taken honestly, booming and tang home bo have completed the 1st space walk from the new station being built in low earth orbit, or more of a part of a construction site with a view. the mission is the 1st of 11 needed to finish construction of the station phone out for a call as one of the taken out that went out of the core module for the 1st time. i wanted to thank all the scientists involved and thank all chinese people for your support. there will be more space walks and the space station will keep growing. thank you. lou got around on mechanical arm, which took him where he needed to go. robotic arms are key to future plans for smart manufacturing and space. tang honk boat? took a more traditional route along the guard rails. the space walks last about 7 hours . it's only the 2nd time a chinese crew has entered the vacuum of space. the last pace walk in 2008 lasted
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just 20 minutes. that young her station should be completed next year. cool that the, the crew members will spend 3 months helping build the station, conducting experiments small at the same time, maintaining their fitness. they'll also be capturing views that chinese astronauts have been unable to see for themselves since the us lock them out of the international space station. 10 years ago. enter chappelle i'll to 0. phil had on al jazeera, another disappointing day on the track for world champion louis hamilton, action from the austrian gran free coming up in for a for some, a little boat is a mechanical or even that self driving train of the apple. but androids today can be clearly humanoid robots, like me, will be everywhere. al jazeera documentaries. next lead on the weird and wonderful world of robot that learn. think for you and even trust. i feel like i'm alive,
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i've kept chopping all the full with gemma now. thank he's tommy red bulls a mac for staff and has one of the austrian ground pre to extend his lead in the race to win the formula one wild championship reigning champion lewis. how much was 2nd? but he went wide on a ton, hit the cub and damaged his car and would drop to 4th. he's now a 32 point behind the stop and who led from start to finish. and so back a 3rd victory in a row and forth in 5 races, it keeps him on track to win his bus drivers. championship. hamilton's mercedes teammate of after he bought half was 2nd with mclaren lander norris. in fact the college on rail. i mean on every fires that we put on the it was really enjoyable to drive. i'm pretty insane. i'm of the me. it's my cell power today, wednesday, i didn't expect it to be like this. so yeah, incredible job. by everyone. i would say the thought 5 raises have been or for
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a 4 or 5 races have been so difficult. and is this a 09? yeah. oh, see us that all the ground though these are the 4 races. so it's been pretty painful. a member of service, ellen pink rowing team has tested positive for corona virus on arrival in japan. it's the fed cobra. 19 infection confirmed in national team members landing and take off the saturdays leg of the torch relay was reduced with state ceremony to try and limit the spread of the virus. it was back on the streets with spectators present on sunday. brazilian, a football legend, z k taking thoughts. he ended his playing career japanese a cache him atlas and went on to coach upon national team, leading them to the 2006 world cup in germany. they didn't pick stop in less than 3 weeks on a final decision on whether any fans will be allowed to attend, is still to be made. it's rest day at wimbledon,
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but the players can look forward to big crowds for the 2nd week of the tournament. if roger federer comes through his full found fi on monday, that will be an even better with his neck. but that's because the 2 biggest court center and number one, we increase to 100 percent capacity for the single quarter finals until the end of the championship. it will be the 1st full outdoor stadiums at a sporting event in britain since the start of the current of ours pandemic, french world cup, when patrick viagra is the new manager of english premier league side crystal palace, he signed a 3 a day and replaces the boy hardship who sat down in may sierra, one of 3 of premier titles and for a couple other play with also he's also coached at manchester city. i've been in charge of major league, soccer, side, new york city, etc. and more recently, nice. they know messy is just to winds away from lifting his fast major tracy with argentina after he inspired his country to a quarter final victory at the corporate america. messy sets up the 1st 2 goals in
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a 3 know when against ecuador, the 34 year old has 3 times been running rough torments, but look, determined to go one better this year. he also scored a free kick that was his $76.00 go for argentina, taking him to the in one of the south american record records on the truth is what i've always said, individual awards. secondary. we are here for something else that i wrote. i congratulate our group for the work we've been doing. we are far away from our families, from our home. and i believe we're the only team that have broken the bubble at any moment. we have a goal and we will fight for it. you are, you are going to, that will face a columbia and the semi finals they have to comes through a penalty shoots out again, you are going off to that final finish goal goalkeeper david of been a celebrated, become in columbia most caps player. why saving to kicks the other semi is between
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high brazil curry, who's england manager garcia gate is calling on his players to make history as they tried to reach the 1st european championship final. his side were convincing a foreigner when, as against ukraine, in that quarter, final, in right captain, hurricane with 2 of those england have now kept 7 consecutive clean sheets for the 1st time ever standing in the way of a 1st major final. since the 1966 walcott is demo went to games with denmark in the autumn, and, you know, i knew a good side they were before and they proved that again in this tournament, they're obviously riding away of emotion. after what happened we christian as well, and that's, that's understandable. so it's, it's going to be a fantastic game to be a part of miles south gate. mentioned christian ericsson that denmark has made it
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all the way to the semi without that style player, to collapse after having a cardiac arrest during that opening match. the dames ferry retail story continued then they would see one witness eva check republic in that quarter final in becky milwaukee bucks and still hopeful that star play yaneth answer to come to come compet from injury in time for the n b, a finals of their fast since 1974, he missed the last 2 games of the eastern conference finals against atlanta hawks after high for extending his me without him the bucks and be the hawks in game 6. chris middleton with tv point. the carry them 211-8217, victory. wrapping up the series for su, locate will face phoenix suns in game one on tuesday and that was your sports from me for now. i'll be back with more a little bit later. thank you so much, jim. well, that brings us to the end of this news now. but the good news is marriott marquee
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