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the ongoing code 19 health emergency means the border remains close, disrupting the traditional us asylum profit from around the world. miami dade county officials will be inspecting it and other older high rise buildings hoping to avoid another catastrophe on this sinking sands of miami beach. ah, a warning against kirk of ours complacency a world health organization expert says countries opening up way too quickly. you've made a very premature run, rush back to full normality and i think we're going to pay a price for them. the u. k. prime minister says people must learn to live with the virus is to was discarding mouth and lifting on the restriction. ah,
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my money inside this is out there. a lie from day. also coming up, increasing concern about the advances made by tell about the sizes in afghanistan, off the foreign troops pull out a toxic fi in thailand, capital it's been contained, but people have begun to keep well clear. got a live update. the world health organization has warned governments against eas, encoded 19 restrictions to soon criticizing what it calls a premature rushed back to full normality. several countries in europe are relaxing rules, despite concerns about the highly contagious delta variance. but the w h o says the patent i make isn't yet over and further waves if infection could arrive, lisa in the year, all of the countries of the america, we still have nearly 1000000 cases. week 1000000
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a week in the hook up. it is an over am and the same in europe, in europe, in region. we've half a 1000000 cases week like this thing has gone away. so i summers of this sense that everyone thinks it's all over and we're just getting on. and to an extent, i understand the sentiment, understand why people want to feel that way. but for a lot of the world, unfortunately this thing is only getting started. we just need to be a little more patient. remember last summer where we had everything got good and then everyone kind of relaxed and then we kind of arrived in september or october and ended up in huge trouble. but i think that's where we're going again with a much more transmissible, very at this time around. well, that warning came on the same day. the u. k. prime minister confirmed most cove, 19 restrictions in england will be lifted in 2 weeks. people won't have to wear face masks, and most places or maintain social distancing. or johnson admits the move could
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drive up infections, but some people have to learn to live with the virus. so you get to go reports from london. on monday, a solemn start to the day for the prime minister, commemorating the 73rd birthday. if you case national health service an event honoring the organization and the efforts of its workers. during the pandemic. that always took the prime minister's life nearly a year and a half since cove. it arrived in the lockdown and restrictions that was since put in place have become part of daily life. but the time to discuss those protections is close by, according to the government, because of the u. k. successful vaccination program, we must be honest with ourselves that if we can't reopen our society in the next few weeks, when we will be helped by the arrival of summer and by the school holidays, then massage ourselves. when will we be able to return to normal?
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well, the government has said that where mosque would be a question of personal responsibility. the drastic human cost has left some records sent to quit wearing them altogether. for the foreseeable future person, i'm probably going to keep it on because from kind of mine is more about protecting and looking off the others that might be more vulnerable with it. it is good that i put it in the power of the people in a way, but i personally think they should still be on now as a country braces itself to rip off the mosque and social distance thing. questions remain over really what's best the sake of public health and the prime minister himself has been on depression by members of his own party and the restrictions as quickly as possible make of the economy. he's prepared to do that despite a 74 percent rise and infections in the last week alone. be increasing pace numbers has had many of the medical community worried about the outcome of on blocking later this month,
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especially as hospitalizations have also been rising. we are an experiment in itself of how do we live with high vaccination rate, a new barrier delta, lots of children who are unvaccinated under the age of 18, and case numbers increasing, as well as a significant unlocking. there are lots of things happening right now that make it difficult to attack. so far, children have mostly escaped, the more severe forms of the disease, but they are unvaccinated and more at risk of a new delta variant that is currently dominant. the problem that we have right now is this government is allowing the virus lose literally those on to the children to do whatever it wants. they're just letting the virus, this is, this is hurting unity by the, by the other course. the concern is that the u. k. could become a petri dish and you very and that would potentially be more resistant to the current crop of vaccines. but now the vaccination campaign has been a success. the worry or the progress coming undone of a pandemic is still very much with us. so need i?
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yeah, go out. is there a london doctor? dennis nash is a distinguished professor epidemiology of the city university of new york. he says the u. k. should fax, mentally 70 percent of the population before lifting restrictions? will last they looked i think the u. k. is gotten to about 50 percent coverage with and thinking about fully covered with 2 doses of vaccine or one dose of, of a single those back seen. i think that clearly we're seeing a search in cases in the u. k. and that suggest to me it's not enough. and while we haven't yet seen surgeons and death rate there, we're beginning to see increases in the death rates while they're still very low. they've probably increased 2 or 3 fold over the last few weeks. and to me that something to watch, and i know they've said a deadline of july 19th to to fully reopen a lot can happen in 2 weeks. a lot of people could be vaccinated between now and then i would really like to see rather than set an arbitrary date. you know,
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forrest johnson to say, if we can achieve, say 70 percent coverage between now and then. then we can begin to think about opening up. i've got to sounds, government is sending reinforcements to the north of the country with the taliban fighters force more than a 1000 troops to flee across the border. the advance is raising fears. the military will collapse once foreign forces complete their withdrawal in september. the group has been fighting and winning across afghanistan. let's take a look at this map, district shaded in orange, a government controlled contested districts in green, the areas and purple on the taliban in control. this means taliban fighters may have surrounded population centers, including strategically important cities. the number of districts and who controls them is disputed. under ship reports, things are quiet at bagram air base. once the nerve center of america's longest
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running war, 100000 us troops were here during the course of the past 20 years. the final once leaving quietly on friday, the afghans are in charge now. but the question is, which atkins and for how long? shopkeepers, nearby are worried about more than their source of income for the pollution of those who love your issues, ethic or sales. it's not a problem for us. if there are 4 enforces here or if they leave. but the fact that the tele been taking over the district at any moment affects our work now on. if i set up sales on very good i, most shopkeepers won't invest in these shops because they are worried about the country's future. and don't know what will happen. they are also worried that wall will break out. other shops in the southern province of kandahar are closing and families leaving as the front line approaches. and what is now more clearly a war between the afghan government and the taliban. taliban fighters are making inroads in kandahar after taking over abandon outposts the fighters share their
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spoils. elsewhere in couple province, u. s. armored vehicles and weapons which could potentially be used in the fight against the afghan government forces. founded by our capitalizing over that vacuum which has been created by the redraw. now, so that is why we have intensified the, the, the conflict and are having fast battlefield games, particularly in the north of atlantis. done this will. these battlefield gains will definitely strengthen the taliban position in any coming negotiations if that is to happen. and as well as this has thin shock waves from the moral perspective within the government, rank and file. across the north of us can a stand government troops have to render districts without a fight more than $1000.00 fled to neighboring to stand on monday. that prompted touching president m. o. molly ross, man,
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to call up 20000 reserved troops to the border with afghan. a stand. it is quite quite remarkable. the collapse that we have seen during june and now into july beyond beyond this of their, the either the best expectations of the taliban or the worst expectations of the afghan government under the here. and the americans, the tele bonds making gains every day. so where does that leave afghanistan in the post us era and are chappelle out here ablaze as a plastics, factory and tyler and they killed at least 155 aged more than 30 other people has been contains. because as the blaze that started the fire still unknown, emergency crews took several hours to bring it on the control. the public has been warned to stay out of attend kilometer exclusion zone around the facility. on the outskirts of bangkok, straight talk correspond attorney chang, who is lives from bangkok, fi skype attorney,
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bring us up to date with the latest. well, the, the font size is broad. the place where they thought they brought the place under control at about 10 pm. last night there was another explosion, a little after that, but they seem to now got that under control me understand the latest from the scene is that the fires pretty much been extinguished, although the still being very careful because there's still a lot of chemical now for the month thing up, the damage. there are thousands of people who were evacuated from the area around because of the toxic smoke that was growing up. many of these plastic monomers that were being used in the factory create a car from the genic fumes when the, when they're burned. and there's a lot of concern that has spread wide widely across the area around the factory. people in the neighborhood, well, they're wearing masks outside, but they're wearing masks in the homes as well because of concerns about those
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fumes. and i think they're going to be why the questions too about how a factory could store of 50 tons, clearly very implacable materials, chemicals in a thank she, which obviously wasn't following proper safety guidelines. at this stage, however, i think most people from the immediate vicinity came to get back to their houses to assess the damage. the initial explosion was said to shattered window for several kilometers, and the surrounding area caused millions of dollars of damage. the factory itself was apparently completely level and the costs are as being estimated about $20000000.00 to rebuild the. so i think a lot of questions to us and accusations coming in the government had not really done enough. a lot of praise on social media for the firefighters who went in very selflessly. no one indeed sacrificed his life in trying to put out the fall.
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but i think concerns also the government didn't back them up and hasn't back them up properly with the equipment they need to fight these kinds of. let me, thanks for the update. tony chang there for us in bangkok fil ahead on al jazeera, european prime minister defense launching imaging campaign and t gray, where hundreds of thousands of now enjoying a famine get the job and lose your job. why refusing to be vaccinated could be costly. some employees returning to the office in the us. ah, ah, it's time for the journey to winter sponsored by kettle airways. hello, and welcome to look at the international full custom probably have got more rain in the forecast for japan over the next couple of days. you can see the cloud,
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the my you front, the seas, nor rains. still pulsing out to central china, just running up towards the korean peninsula. tours at western side of the panel blinking back with his area of low pressure which will drag that wet weather across such japan as we go on for tuesday into wednesday. so there we go with some heavy array pushing into that western side of han. she drives out a little as it goes over the mountains, but we will still see some heavy rain on wednesday across at east the side of han shewn, a legacy of showers, just coming back in behind. the central parts of china southern there was a china also seeing some pretty wet weather and some wet weather there. you notice into northern areas of vietnam, all linked up with a couple of tropical disturbances are all tropical depression. now clearing away from the far north of the philippines, then we got this next circulation that may well develop into a tropical depression. tropical storm, over the next couple of days. lots of heavy rain to come in across indo china as a result of that already say plenty of rain across the northeast of in the me
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you're watching out there, remind our top stories of our world health organization has worn governments against these encoded 19 restrictions to soon criticizing what it calls a premature rushed back to full normality. it says the pandemic isn't over yet some further ways. this infection could arrive later in the year. the warning came as the prime minister confirmed most private 900 restrictions in england will be lifted in 2 week people will have to wear thanks. mark said, most places maintain social distance thing, or johnson admit me could drive off infections. i've kinda sounds, government is sending reinforcements. the north, off to 1000 of its troops, fled across the border to toxic song. how about prices have been gaining terror street raising concerns about security once foreign troops keep their withdrawals?
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is he obese, prime minister, i be mad, has defended the decision to fight rebels in the northern te gray regions. speaking to parliament, he described to grand forces as a danger to the rest of the country. leaders integrate say they're willing to accept a federal government sees 5 ss and demands are met. katherine sawyer reports from august. yeah, i got up because the prime minister be responding to questions from members of parliament at the session was mainly about his power on economic development. but the crisis in t grey was all to be called their gender. and what's the future relationship between the federal government and the t p. s? can there be sustainable peace and to growing up and is there the possibility of to grain forces taking their flight beyond the grain borders? the prime minister gave mores of why the military was deployed to the region last november, saying that the grand forces had an expansionist agenda to destabilize the country
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with the significance to have land. they prepared an army, but they didn't stop there. they started encroaching on the rest of a t o p and started to destabilize the entire nation in all sorts of ways. this is quite dangerous, and at the end of the day, it would endanger the existence of the nation. it's considered as a threat. the government declared the war over in late november, but things have changed. the rebels have taken the capital, macalester and other areas in the region. i think with less expected was the speed with which the t. d. f transformed itself. from a mo bile dispersed gorilla forced into almost a conventional army that just marched and not only on the las, the humanitarian situation is dire. the un says more than 400000 to grands and now suffering from farming electricity and telephone lines have been cut. the air space
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is closed and infrastructure including important bridges, have been destroyed. families say a political dialogue is necessary, but does not appear possible just now. the government doesn't recognize the t d. f, as the legitimate authority into gray doesn't even seem to accept that it exists. and the t d f says it doesn't want bilateral talks with the government. it believes that a national dialogue is necessary to save e c o b a. so i think we're far from anything beyond, in immediate humanitarian troops, if that, that the grad leadership and the political party, p, p, l, f, have given a list of demands for these via it. once, among other things, the federal government to recognize it as the legitimately elected regional government of the guy that may be difficult, that ministration of prime minister has already labels dpi left and it forces a terrorist organization. kathy employee all to 0. i d saba armed men,
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her kidnapped a 150 school students in northwest. and my jerry, a witnesses say the attack took place overnight at the high school, near kaduna city. in a separate incident, a people were abducted from the hospital in nearby zaria city. that's been an increase in mass can nothings around some in the region. the u. s. embassy in baghdad has shot down a drone near the heavily fortify green zone. its defense system fall in full bust of high pad, but it says it approached the compound earlier. at least 3 rockets hit us based on the west of the country, no casualties were reported. i get a frequent power cuts spilling out onto the streets of iraq. has some, a temperatures saw corruption and mismanagement by successive government since the us led invasion in 2003. our blame for the crisis critic say as many as much as $80000000000.00 has been wasted in the electricity sector by mood. head reports for
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baghdad. this is a familiar sound at home, the streets of baghdad, and many other towns and cities across generators to provide in tricity with power outages from the national grid all to combine. iraq is, are desperate for alternative sources, especially in the heat of summer, for some owning generators and hiring them. our to neighbors has become a profitable business venture. but not all families can afford the costs involved. the n jose's are suffering as temperature, sor, there are power black outs almost every day and for a very long periods a my plasma electrolyte. why no one he said home, we don't have cold water to drink. our children cannot bear the heat. they splash each other with water to cool off. we use hand fans to provide ventilation for them,
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said he can sleep until i have been angry demonstrations in many cities. protesters are furious at what they see as the corruption and mismanagement of consecutive governments. mac, do we are in an open strike, we want to terminal solution. we don't want temporary solutions. iraq needs about 30000 megawatts a day to overcome this crisis. the professors are blaming consecutive authorities for painting. not only to create more how lot of generating projects, but also to protect existing power and pollution power facilities have been frequently attacked and that have been fewer shortages for power stations. a prime minister most coldly me blamed his st assessors and said iraq should diversify its resources to operate power plants instead of relying on gas from
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iran. that supply has also been suspended because iraq hasn't paid its bills. length of the political elite are unable to face electricity challenges because the lack strategic planning, they only care about the interests of their regional backers. and therefore, your rocky citizen will be the primary. the in her scenes are not aware or even interested in the political raven reason, conflicts fed up for the oil rich country, a part all the wanted, some cold air to cave, the scorching temperatures for a peaceful night sleep mode. andrew had algebra bothered, brazil's president, jaya bull, sonora has been implicated in another corruption scandal. the brazilian, these websites you o. l says he was involved and hiring close associates, his employees, and receiving accounts of their salaries,
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allegedly happened during his time as a member of the lower house of congress. all scenarios already being investigated over a scandal involving his governess attempts to procure vaccines from india tropical storm else's head. cuba with fierce winds, rain made landfall when the south and it's expected to move up towards the us state of florida. in the next few hours. he was capital, have out of the fed from a storm, nearly 200000 people at the move from their homes because of the possibility of heavy flooding. the storms hit several of the caribbean items, killing me, 3 people. and his, when his president has accused the international kovak scheme of failing his country, is designed to help poor nations and pay vaccines. but nicholas madura says venezuela hasn't received dozes that it's painful. teresa boat has more surviving in venezuela has been a challenge for many years. really tell gotta she received
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a kidney transplant 17 years ago. but last year her kidneys began to fail again. and like thousands of other high risk patients in the country, she's hoping to get her 2nd covered 900 vaccine doze soon. so when i said, man, it's been a week since i was supposed to get my 2nd dose. i have no clue what's going on. i don't know why they didn't do everything right. why can't they do it right for once? the same thing with transplants for years without a transplant, for all patients like me or in the hands of god, i need $42.02 pay for medications and my pension is $1.00. and i need to have 2 jobs. got benefit, a struggling with us sanctions and an economic crisis that is impacting its ability to fight against the disease. the south american nation is part of the callback system, which is a collaborative effort designed to help countries like venezuela get access to axioms. but that's proving to be a challenge. so far,
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it has only received around $3500000.00 doses from china and russia. and the countries currently testing thousands of daughters of vaccines from cuba. 2 months ago, cova announced payments made to the system by venezuela had been blocked by the swiss bank u b. s. even though the bite and registration said all related golwood purchases were exempted from the sanctions. on sunday. president nikolai, my daughter said the callback system have failed venezuela. no such a complete asset. we fulfilled our promises 2 months ago. we gave them all our money by doing magic to liberate funds that were blocked the government to the united states and then unblocked more money for us. and that money is there in an account on the kovacs has failed the people that his way let about either you give us, the vaccines will return on monday only or does hear when it will reject it around $2000000.00 after authentic vaccines from kovak, due to safety concerns, but a proficient figure say venezuela could be accessing vaccines for free. b sandra,
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who is currently on excel, say, nicole, my ludo is to blame. let us, let us know the name in the future of the reasons why we don't have access to pre vaccines like countries like syria sit down or yemen. countries that have humanitarian emergency knowledge by the united nations. reason is the obscurity of statistics, of numbers in front of the world bank are numbers that show when banners, wherein jordan o bonanza. and that's not the case anymore. but i mean, as long as politicians, weaker over who is to blame for the hardships in the country, millions of venezuelans are impatiently waiting for an opportunity to get the vaccine. people like my dad, he gotta struggling with a life threatening. the c says it her only chance of surviving covered 19 days. i will, and defeated over a year and a half since the start of the pandemic, people who have been working remotely or gradually returning to the office in the us some who refused to get vaccinated risk losing their jobs. as gabriel,
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as under reports from new york in new york city, with cooper well under control, and more than 50 percent of the population fully vaccinated workers are slowly beginning to return to the office. but with study showing as many as 25 percent of american saying they have no plans to get the jab. can employers demanded? the short answer is yes. employers have a lot of freedom. employers in the u. s. can demand records of vaccination of proof of vaccination. they can of course, ask employees if they've been vaccinated. employers can even go one step further and in require vaccination of their employees. the hospital houston did just that back seen mandate for employees over a 150 health care workers are refused, were fired or resigned. each client has been practicing labor and employment law for over 30 years. she tells me there are only 3 groups of people that cannot be fired from their job for refusing the vaccine. someone with
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a disability. for example, somebody who is immunocompromised may not be able to get back to native, or if they get vaccinated, it, they may not have the anti bodies that are necessary to keep them likely to be covered free. let's say somebody on chemotherapy. so that might be somebody who can't be ex, native, or vaccinated, but still needs precautions. they might be out of the workplace. the others protected from firing for not getting vaccinated or pregnant women. and anybody who's religious belief prevents vaccines for now, u. s. companies are still treading carefully. delta airlines is requiring new hires get vaccinated, but not explicitly demanding it of current employees. mcdonalds is offering 4 hours of paid time off from police to get the jad while new hires and amazon are given a $100.00 bonus on their 1st day. after showing proof of explanation. complicating matters further that delta variant, the highly infectious strain, now accounts for
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a quarter of all new cobra cases in the us and has seen some countries holt or even reversed their reopening plants. there is no one size fits all approach. of course labor laws differ country by country, but with the majority of us companies planning to call back employees to the office in the coming weeks, the u. s. could be a test case on what works. and perhaps what doesn't. gabriel's condo, i would use either new york. ah, this is al jazeera, these are top stories. the world health organization has worn governments against ethan cove and 19 restrictions to soon criticizing. when it cools a premature rushed back to full. no malady. it says the pandemic isn't over yes and fell the waves isn't.


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