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see that the government is now trying to close, extrapolate that across the country, and the spread of corona virus appears far wider than any one thought. ah, haiti appeals to the un and us to send troops to secure the country after the president's assassination. washington says it will not provide military help. ah rahman, watching onto there like my headquarters here in hall coming up in the next 30 minutes. he went to extend the delivery of humanitarian aid from turkey to syria, providing much needed assistance to millions of people were life and the size of
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a factory fire rebundle dish that killed more than 50 people. and the u. s. president. russia to take action against cyber crime forming it'll defend its people. ah, welcome to the program haiti's interim government has asked the international community to send in troops to help stabilize the country after the assassination of president of an al boys. but the u. s. said it has no plans to send military assistance. haiti senate has nominated joseph lambert to serve as the new interim president until new elections, a set of september politicians, also bank avalon re to replace closed joseph as the prime minister. particle. he has more from washington d. c, the haitians have asked the united nations isn't and peacekeepers. they've asked the u. s. department of defense to send us troops. i was able to confirm that with
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the pentagon today, the department of defense said that they have received the request and it redirected me to the state department for further questions. it seems highly unlikely that the u. s. is going to want to put troops in haiti 1st of all because of the violence there, it would take a very large, true presence. it would be expensive and keep in mind, president joe biden has just told us troops out of afghanistan. haiti is not a country that has a huge constituency in the united states that would push the president politically to take stronger steps and the u. s. has in the past, got involved with troops in haiti was important to point out after the horrible earthquake in 2000 and tell us military really brushed tons of assets in a much different situation. though we're talking about peace keeping nation building and that's something that doesn't go over well politically. in the united states, loan one is a co director of the democracy initiative at the university of virginia. he says that in the past,
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international involvement hasn't always been beneficial to haiti. i think, i mean, the intervention only recently ended right. the minister mission, who had that had been for almost 1314 years in haiti on a peacekeeping mission was withdrawn. and i think that the un level and the u. s. level, there's probably not much appetite for returning to something that, as you know, clearly not worked in the past. the thing about these interventions is that they are part of the reason why we're in the situation now. they've added to an instability in certain ways. they are one of the reasons why there's been such an increase in armament. there are other simpler things that other countries can do, the us a lot, most of the fire power, or a lot of firepower that's going to these games is being exported from the united states. so, limiting that, that spread of weaponry would be one very clear and influential thing that get better at the lives of patients. i guess something to say about the intervention is that it's convenient for certain kinds of patient political, our holders to have those kinds of intervention. because it essentially provides
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a police force without a cost to the haitian state and also provide the police force that's not local. and so it can become a counterpoint political counterpoint to the politicians. so i think in some ways it actually convenient for, it was not surprising to me that some patient colleges would ask for this, but it is not really very good for for the larger haitian population on the whole. and i think what you see from civil society right now is a strong, strong message coming from a lot of orders that this is absolutely not what, what many people in haiti want, people are looking for a solution that is crafted internally. and the solution has to come from inside 80 . now the united nations has counselled humanitarian aid flights to haiti to swing due to safety concerns after the assassination of the president. and it warns this could significant be effect the deteriorating conditions, the following, the assassination of the president efforts to respond to the recent increase of cobra. 1900 cases in the country are being put to risk. the situation is also
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threatening the efforts to provide humanitarian assistance, especially food and water to people who have been internally displaced. due to recent gang attacks, the international organization for migration and other humanitarian colleagues estimate that as july 4th, some 800000 people were displaced in puerto prince, a greater metropolitan area of those nearly 14700 were displacing the beginning of gang clashes in early june, the un security council has approved a 12 month extension to keep the last remaining border crossing between turkey and syria open, making it possible to continue delivering aid that were for border crossing 7 years ago. but russia veto to have 3 of them shot. and the threatened to do the same with baba holla crossing it, one thing to go through damascus instead under the syrian government control agency say this would have catastrophic consequences for the humanitarian situation in the north. while every month, thousands of truck trucks deliver central aid from turkey to more than 3000000
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syrians, basic medical supplies will continue to reach it live. the last rebel held enclave . but it's still not enough for you and says, with continued government as trying some, the pandemic long term solutions need to be found. the source of the reports now from eclip eclipse medical infrastructure is in ruins. and it's making medical care hard to find for some serious, most warrantable people haven't been missed all but still with facing tremendous difficulties in the hospitals. the city is on the front line, the racing targets, the medical facilities constantly. our whole treatment relies on the aid we received. the supplies must continue without restrictions because if they stop in the people will only suffer more than others. in the last decade, hundreds of medical facilities have been deliberately targeted by the city and government and allied forces. international medical right group physicians for human rights sees it has documented nearly 600 attacks on at least 350 medical
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facilities and the killing of more than 900 medical personnel. since the start of the conflict, the u. s. found the hospital shared the coordinates through a mechanism to prevent attack. but for the serious civilians, everything care that government attacks are no longer the main threat. then to fall back into my 6 month old daughter is suffering from malnutrition. she was in a very bad condition and almost about to die. the after i brought her to the hospital and she got better. thank god, the medicine is freezer. i'm so good. the court in 1900 pandemic has existed beated and already a crew to mediterranean crisis in the country city has northwest has more than 27000 core with 1900 cases and 497 cars on that. so far, medical facilities are short on peace, your has to detect the virus. the $3400000.00 population is running out of the
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nearly $55000.00 of code. 19 waxing, received through bob and in april, a fashion to the u. s. cross border a mechanism may provide some relief to look at health care workers and passion, but it's far from a permanent solution to how care crazes in this war tone region. the extension may be a temporary life fever, but the long term fate of millions of this base people remains on clear. crystal said about al jazeera, it lip, syria, us president joe biden has called on russia's vladimir putin to crack down on cyber criminals. last weekend, more than a 1000 businesses were affected by a ransomware tank originating from russia. security analysts was ransomware. tanks have become the main focus of group seeking to extort payments from companies or white house correspondent. health care has more from washington d. c. that's
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a concern of the white house is concerned from ordinary americans who have been victimized by these ongoing routes of work. tax. the impacts have been felt with the rest where attack on the colonial pipeline that also occurred recently that resulted in americans not being able to fuel their gas tanks in some cases for up to a week. and then we also saw the meat packing industry effective, and that of course, impacted the, the supply chain and what gets food to american tables as well. so there's been increasing pressure on the, by an administration to hold the russian liter vladimir putin to account. they have to remember all this comes from the context of the fact that just less than a month ago, the 2 were sitting down side by side where the u. s. president promised and very strongly articulated to vladimir putin that there would be consequences if these rats were tax continued, even though they're not state sponsored in the eyes of the united states. the fact
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that they're happening on russian soil matters. here's what the u. s. president joe biden had to say about his telephone call at his latest conversation with last year when we're already coming from historical, even though it's not, not sponsored by mistake, expect them to actually give them enough information to actually do that. now you remember perhaps back in geneva that job wide and put together a list of 16 critical infrastructure areas. good. he said, cannot be that many people kind of criticize that and said a why did you tell them what was so critical and be really shouldn't anything be off limits? and so that's the argument now that there's been another cyber attack is but job wide and meeting it seems to have gone to waste has fallen on deaf ears. and they're looking in the united states for tougher action from joe. by that, what the white house press secretary said in the last couple of hours is look joe
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biden pledge that he would engage with vladimir, put diplomatically, that's what this call was about. and the united states will retaliate if necessary at the time in place of its choosing. well, richard, steven is a chief research analyst at id harvest. he says, president biden's options are limited. if he wants to. 4th most goes hand. percy's eyes got diplomatic and he's obviously trying to do that. he's got economic met takes a long time to impose new sanctions. and at this point, there been a lot of sanctions against russia. they don't seem to have much impact. of course, there's military option and nobody wants to see that happen. a cyber option would be, you know, responding and kind no question. and the united states does have extremely powerful cyber capabilities. but there's danger to using them. anytime you a tax, somebody with a special tool or what we call zeroed
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a vulnerabilities and exploits against those, you immediately reveal your tool. and the target of your attack in this case will be russia, could immediately turnaround. start using those for more ransomware attacks because it would be a new tool that nobody has a patch for the 1st place. so to devise it appropriate attack that could shut down the ransomware attackers or expose them or damage. some other capability inside russia has to be carefully orchestrated, probably only using no and tools in the 1st place. and that's what i expect to happen. that would be an appropriate response. if you think about it, united states is a signatory to the budapest convention, which was an international treaty cyber crime passed in 2001 and then acted in 2004 there. 65 countries that have signed up to it. and it lays out exactly how the
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international community should deal with cyber crime and rushes adamantly refused to ever be a signatory to that well still had here on out there are leak documents in thailand, in doubt about trying to find the vaccine and its effectiveness against new cove at 1900 varian, also welcome to barcelona, the field of dreams. i'm joe hall with the story of how the cricket is catching on the catalonia. ah ah, if you're a lover, thunderstorms you'd have left the last 2 or 3 days have been big ones from north nestle up through austria and beyond. all wrapped around this area of low pressures is full of humid air. it drawing in heat from the east and those of storms going from the sky. now they are dispensing because the lows going north in scandinavia.
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so those thunderstorms, these little blue things here become weaker and weaker the drift eastwards into what is still hot weather coming in behind. it's still rather cooler. in fact, disappointedly wet for some england belgium, some parts of france in the south of europe. it remains largely hot, but typically sir, in spain, but in scandinavia is quite a contrast as that area of low pressure means is a wet day for good part of doorway and sweden, with temperatures low 20. if you're lucky to the east, it's really hot. still look how sink is that you are. how often do you think of finland in the thirty's? it's not quite a record to be honest. record is $33.00, but it's pretty darn close. and $21.00 is the average. that's what you would have to think. you know, is it a good picture sunday then i was tempted in the thirty's is not unusual for each year. but down in spain we got 41 in madrid. that is unusual, is often hot in spain, but 40 well, it is one degree shy of the all time record for madrid.
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the challenging the way mainstream media report. the news stories like these should be easy pickings for political reporters out of old power to account how it is in journalism is breaking the destruction of civilian property. this is all evident for the farm tribes and the red beacon. now, we've been getting stories of john that's taken from the houses in the middle, the night and tortured the listening post covers the way the news is covered on algebra. o the, the book about you're watching on the hill run the reminder of our top
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stories. haiti's entrance government has asked the international community to send in truth, help stabilize the country up to the assassination of president of another lawyer. but the u. s. a said is, will not send military assistance. the security council has approved a 12 month extension to a delivery into northern syria. the program with due to ends on saturday, almost 1000 trucks in turkey, carries supplies and millions of syrians every month. and us present buys and has called on his russian counterpart vladimir putin, to crack donald cyber criminal last weekend, more than a 1000 businesses were affected by ransomware attack originating from russia. recently documents in thailand's as doctors are concerned that china and scientific vaccine is not effective against new cove. in 1900 variance,
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the health minister has defended the job saying the leaked memo was only an opinion . but as tony chain reports now from bangkok, public confidence is declining. a small group of pretences tried to march to thailand's health ministry, but the police are determined not to let them through. their protesting both the scarcity of vaccination shot and the vaccines, the government is giving them to go on. ha ha. i'm worried about the vaccine that the government has ordered for us with many people, including myself don't wants to novak vaccine, but the government keeps ordering more. reassuring was from a senior health official have little impact leaked memo, shows that the government is keen to defend signed a vax effectiveness. despite the doctor's concerns with health officials unwilling to push other vaccine for fear. denting public confidence. to illustrate their concerns, the protest, his poor paint on bound, muddle corpse,
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and attempt to cremate them here to guard quickly. step in so in the back was the 1st bank seemed to be released in thailand and was quickly distributed to frontline medical workers, most of whom have now had 2 doses. but as the new cove at delta very and spread some found, they weren't protected. here there were 5 medical staff infected with k with 19 and 2 were admitted to the i see you. others are concerned by a lack of information about sign fax results. although test group show the vaccine works, why the studies have been hard to find the problem about the transparency of the report when it is study in larger group of participants. it seemed like that that information is not getting out of their investigators. that could be a real problem to thailand. domestic production has stalled and delivers the more
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effective m r n. a vaccines wouldn't arrive till the autumn thailand had a real problem finding enough supply of vaccine to meet demand. the current rates, the whole country won't be fully vaccinated until the middle of next year. at a local temple. people have been queueing over night just to get a cobra test, increasingly difficult in china and which now has reco daily infection rates. despite early successes in the fight against cove at 19 times responses now looking poorly planned and ill prepared. now many a questioning the faith in the government's ability to respond. tony chang, how to 0. bank of the china is leading the world in vaccine export and donations facing says it's for the public good. but analysts say could be using vaccines to expand its influence. china's delivered hundreds of millions of jobs to almost 100 countries most have gone to asia pacific regions and 120000000 have been sent to indonesia alone. chinese vaccines have also been delivered to 900 countries in
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latin america, the most going to brazil with 57000000 side effect jobs. the rollout of vaccines in africa has been slow, but half of the 50000000 doses ordered have been delivered over all china is donated more than 25000000 shots globally, while above the us. so vast in the stranger is the se, asia director of the diplomatic of as magazine covering the asia pacific region. he says, china is not opening, negotiating for quit pro close, but it's implied. i think that what you often have is the chinese government, you know, offering vaccines, telling them to be in countries. and then, you know, there's a certain implied you know, an implication that, that nation will work, interests further down the road. i mean that the explicit approach have not been made in reach that i thought that the asia, but i think that there are
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a lot of government reach in our where there is sort of location, but they know how the money line. china's enjoyed a real 1st mover advantage on back to the diplomacy in se asia, because it's vaccines are easier to store and much cheaper than the m r n a back then. and it's been able to offer large numbers of them. but a lot of this effort injures on these back and being effective. and what we're seeing now is increasing evidence using sign that the efficacy is considerably less than d, m r n a back themes that are being pretty united states and in europe. and so you know, the longer term question of the back, the end up being an effective against advanced variance recovered night. we could the, you know, whatever benefits kind of gain use you know, the show of a large yes. evaporating the current of our cases are increasing rapidly in the u. s. sparking phase of a new outbreak. the 11 percent rise in a week is
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a being blamed on the delta variance, which is now the dominant strain across the us. the latest data shows more people are being sent to hospitals in areas where they are low rates. the vaccination gabriel alexander has moved from new york. the good news in the united states is about 47 percent of the population is fully vaccinated in more than 332000000 vaccinations have been administered. certainly the u. s. does not have a vaccination problem. what it does have, though, is a problem with not enough people that want to get vaccinated and a potential death problem there and of 24 of the u. s. u. s. is 50 states, about half. the infection rate for corona virus is going up by a rate of more than 10 percent. most of the states that are seeing the biggest increase, primarily being driven by the delta delta variant. states like arkansas, missouri, alabama, parts of texas and even
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a few pockets of florida. these are areas where the infection rate is going up sharply and death is increasing. there as well in the u. s. government has said that within the last month, 99 percent of the people who have died from corona virus or people that had not been vaccinated them all to his band or visitors from entering unless they are fully vaccinated against cove. at 19, the small mediterranean nation now has the strictest entry core requirements of any european union country. previously, visitors only needed to provide a negative test result both with health ministers as the measures are needed to protect residents against the new barrier. 9 people were killed in sweden when a plane carrying skydive is crush jordan to take off fleece in the city of little bro said that they were killed instantly when the aircraft burst into flames on impact, the plane has been identified as a de havilland, beaver, and i across that went out of production more than 50 years ago. football is by
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false spain's most popular game, but when the city of barcelona asked residents to vote on what new sport facility should be built, vianza came as quite as a prize. the winner was a campaign led by a cricket team, john hall explains why he is alive. and my brother also playing cookies and he's a loss. i wanted events and i got a baby, but i'm feeling very excited left because girls also, they are very emotive. they want to learn that things actually i'm feeling this is the unlikely story of how a women's cricket team in a country not known for cricket. one public support to have a ground built to them to play on and get the meal threads. but in 2013 we started the young cricket barcelona project. when i became clear, there were
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a large pakistani indian and bundle the she communities in barcelona playing cricket on the streets. it was a sport being played weiss dozens, of course a loaner but would know where to play it. and i could get, the woman's team has spearheaded the project in recent years, especially because it has allowed us to work not only on social cohesion hello, but also gender empowerment when barcelona city council asked the public to vote on a range of new facilities to be built using municipal funds, the young women launched a campaign for the city's 1st cricket ground and won the most boats. and this is it, a disused football pitch to be transformed into an astro turfed oval at a cost of nearly $2000000.00. part of a project promoting community relations through sport. an unusual use of the city's budget. as more established immigrant cricket is in the amateur capital and lee will tell you. i know what people think about 34 teams over here,
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but it's not overly popular with the spaniards. you can imagine they will thing that it goes on for days and days and it's the sort of baseball with a funny stick and i don't really get it soon. the sound of leather own willow will ring out from the barcelona international cricket club. the plan is to turn this field of dirt into barcelona as field of dreams, as the movie said, if you build it, they will come and they'll be following in the footsteps of their heroes. and the good i always see on tv, they are playing crooked, like barbara shadow in mom. mom has, i'm on and there are months every clear. and i get the idea from the i want to play this game. i went to jonah hall al jazeera, barcelona, the firefighters in bung with us. she managed to put out a factory fire. that's burnt since thursday. at least 50 people who confirmed dead out of the blaze in
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a food and beverage factory on the outskirts of the capital. darker and investigation is now underway. country fires all common in bangladesh, but many of the businesses operate illegally and without appropriate safety measures. but while fires are burning in eastern russia, which is suffering unusually high temperatures, and it's dry a summer for 150 years, firefighters are battling hundreds of separate blazes in the u. t. o region. it's mostly covered by forest and it's particularly vulnerable to wildfires. officials say that monitoring smoke levels may populated areas, but so far there's no threat to human life. now thousands of farmers argentine are, are protesting against limits placed on b shipments. the country is the world's 5th largest beef exporter pharmacy. the new policy will cause irreparable damage to their industry. theresa bo has more from what is iris identity and go to came out to mark independence day on
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friday and to join farmers and other agriculture workers in nationwide protest against the government of the firm. and if they're angry because of our recent government decision to reduce beef export, an attempt to nationalize companies linked to agribusiness farmer barnaby palo says, the government is making a mistake. they always use a farmers as, as a conflict. and a because they, they say we are big landowners, i'm cars and, and, and it's not true we, we do what we can as any farm and the world i didn't. tina government is trying to control the price of beef that has increased over 70 percent in the past year, leaving many argentinians unable to afford their own home grown meat. exports mainly to china. i blamed thousands of people took to this page to express their frustration with the administration of a better buffer. ma'am,
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there's right here in the agriculture inspector that plays a crucial role in argentina economy. people here are convinced that the government's attempts to increase, the preference of the state economy will defend the recession and effect chances of recovering from the damage. i was going to cathy is that cattle breeder, him when authorities he said the government should try to increase production instead of hurting farmers like him. if the more real and with this is the 1st time something like this is happened, it happened in 2006. all obstacles caps troubles linked to beef production and especially exports. it ended with florida. how's we shutting down? people laid off thousands of bundling beef production, market lost a loss of $11000000.00 heads of capital loss. but it's not just the agriculture sector. many margin tina are angry with a government's handling of the pin demick. they believe the government should have
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purchased more vaccines. instead of relying on lock down quarantine and travel restrictions that have trended thousands of people abroad. president a lot of the firm and he says he's government is working to protect the most vulnerable empiric sources. i mean, do you think that could be happy with the restrictions? nobody can, if we have courage and can unite to understand that nobody will cite himself on his own. that aside from being free and equal, we need to be fraternal and kind to one another. oh that idea, teenagers in the middle of an economic crisis, negotiating with foreign creditors to prevent the fall 20 sovereign debt and struggling with a pin demick. but the countries polarized on how to fight the battle ahead and why some support the government's policies. others believe they will lead argentina to further decline. that if i will, as i see them when a fight, if ah.


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