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has no plans to send military assistance and the world's wealthiest nations are warning about the spread out behind the can pages over 19 delta. the very and g 20 finance leaders are meeting in italy to discuss the risks to global recovery. next to address the equal access to the back seat have a un security council has approved a 12 month extension to keep the last remaining voter crossing between turkey and syria open, making it possible to continue delivering aids that were for border crossing 7 years ago. but russia veto to have 3 of them shot and had threatened to do the same with bob by how a coughing it once a to go through damascus instead. under the syrian government control agency say this would be catastrophic and have consequences for the humanitarian situation in the north. will trucks from turkey, delivery essential, 8 to more than 3000000 syrians, basic medical supplies will continue to reach it live. the last tribal have enclave
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. but it's still not enough, but you and says, with the continued government as strikes and the pandemic long term solutions need to be found. they saw sir di reports from inside did lip. it leaves medical infrastructure in ruins. and it's making medical care hard to find for some serious, most warrantable people, a lot of money, 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 ag received the supplies must continue without restrictions because if they stop in the people will only suffer more 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 facilities and the killing of more than 900 medical
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personnel. since the start of the conflict, the u. s. found the hospitals share their coordinates through a mechanism to prevent attack. but for the serious civilians, everything care that government attacks are no longer the main threat. linda, so back to do, i just had 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 freeze. i'm so good. the cool in 1900 pandemic has existed beated and over the crew to many teddy cries in the country. city as northwest has more than 27000, corey's 1900 cages 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 in abil, a fashion to the un 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 the health care crazes. in this war tone region. the extension may be a temporary life saver, but the long term fate of millions of this, these people remain unclear. wrestle said about al jazeera, it lip, syria, us present. joe biden has called on russia's leader vladimir putin to cross down on 5 a criminals last week. more than a 1000 businesses in the us were affected by ransomware attack originating from russia. security analysts, warren. such attacks have become the main focus of groups seeking to extort payments from companies. early i spoke to nolan girl who was a technology as assistant assistant professor at the university of 20. he says
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guffman should use extreme caution when dealing with cyber crime and not resort to military action. so on the one hand, if the united states does nothing, this will continue to escalate. on the other hand, if the united states does in fact retaliate, then there will be escalation as well. so it's kind of doomed. if you do do it, if you don't scenario, russia seems to be capable of identifying if not actually stopping the people involved. so the question then is whether you are, you know, you're not actively ordering these attacks perhaps, but if you're allowing them to continue, then it's not, you know, without being able to attribute some, some responsibility to, to prove no rush on us. but again, the question is, do we want to escalate from cyber attack to, to military attack? and if not, then how do we stop? what seems that right now? the idea is to. ready seek out the people they think are responsible,
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apply economic pressure, try to take out servers that are responsible. but this, of course, become sort of, i don't know if you're familiar with the american game of lack of mall, but as soon as something erupt, you try to knock it back down. and i think this is probably not the best way to do it. in reality, i think would be much better for united states to make itself on the one hand less susceptible to these kinds of brands. more attacks. on the other hand, you have to make it to the ransomware itself. is not something that is so easily done. for example, by making crypto currency, something that is less attractive and less socially acceptable to iraq. and our protests have been house since last october over what human y school describe is? assassinations carried out with impunity. rice group say nearly 600 protesters have been killed since 2019 now activists sand journalists. i'll be ambushed and med it
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would have been few arrests. natasha name re for some back that bullet holes riddle this s u v. where i met abil summit was murdered in basra in january. the prominent television journalist and father of 3 young children was driving home after covering an anti government protest. his photographer was also killed. the lot of the top of our lives are in danger. we could be killed at any 2nd. there is no security. there is no government. just armed grooves and political parties for men have been arrested in connection with the murders. no trial date has been set in iraq. abdul some ads case is a rare instance where arrests have been made. the rocky high commission for human rights says since anti government protest began in 201935 journalists and activists have been murdered. and there have been 82 assassination attempts. no one has been convicted. armed groups are widely suspected with elections due in
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october. the commission believes the assassinations will increase a negative non legal, illegal competition. and even we can say it is criminal competition between the traditional parties and the new a newly formed one. so everyone trying to, to say that i am number one and them the most powerful and absence of accountability. absence of any real estate from the government, making the case more complicated. the prime minister mustafah academy paid a visit to this heartbroken father last august. rehab jo cool was killed in her car while stopped at an intersection in bus route. her sister and her friend were also shot and survived. your crew was an outspoken voice during protests and had been threatened on social media a threat while the softly up very much the law. she influenced many people in our
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society and may be rem, was a role model for iraqi women in basrah. they should have a personality and opinion, a clear vision for the future and goals. thank god, ram achieved so many of hers. your cubes family is still waiting for news of arrest as anger against the violence grows across iraq. the government is asking people to be patient and promises arrest will be made. the families of your coup and abdul. some i'd say. iraqis must carry on the mission. their loved ones began to help build their country into a place where its citizens are no longer murdered. with impunity, natasha name al jazeera, baghdad, to confederate statues in the u. s. city of charlottesville are being removed for years after white nationalists protested against every move. all this, one of robert e lee was at the center of the 2017 unite for right robbie,
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which turned violent. it led to counter protests to remove hundreds of confederate statutes across the united states. seen by many as a reminder of america's history of slavery and racial oppression. the object was only important because of the race of the man who sat upon the horse. his greatest honor was his whiteness and the treason that he committed in the attempt to preserve the great american tradition of being able to enslaved rape, pillage and murder black people for economic game. what was growing in mind? the man who commissioned this statue, my guess, would be the desire to continue to perpetuate the erroneous theory that whiteness is supreme. to watch and teen, and our thousands of farmers have been protesting against the limits placed on b,
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shipments the countries the world's 5th largest be fixed puerto farmers say the new policy will cause irreparable damage today, industry traceable has our reports from when a cyrus argentine you go to, came out to mark independence day on friday, and to join farmers and other agriculture workers in nationwide protest against the government of the firm. and they're angry because of our recent government decision to reduce beef exports and attempts to nationalize companies length to agribusiness . farmer barnaby, paolo says the government is making a mistake. they always use farmers as, as a conflict. and, and 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. 100 government is trying to
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control the price of beef that has increased over 70 percent in the past year, leaving many argentinians unable to afford their own home go need. exports may need to china are blamed. thousands of people took to this page to express their frustration with the administration of a better man. there's right here in the agriculture inspector that plays a crucial role in argentina economy. people here are convinced that the government attempts to increase the presence of the state economy will defend the session and effect of recovering from the fund i make. i was going to cassie is that cattle breeder? him when a fight is, he said that government should try to increase production instead of hurting farmers like him. it the more real and with the world. this is the 1st time something like this is happened. it happened in 2006. all obstacles caps troubles linked to beef production and especially export. it ended with florida. how's we
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shutting down? people laid off thousands abandoning beef production. markets, lost a loss of 11000000 heads of capital loss the but it's not just the agricultural sector. many people are angry with a government handling of the pin demick. they believe the government should have 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 for amanda says he's government is working to protect the most vulnerable i am paying for food. 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 idea, teenagers in the middle of our economic crisis. negotiating with foreign creditors to prevent a default and solving debt and struggling with a pin demick. but the countries polarized on how to fight the battle ahead. and
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while 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 business is across britain are being affected by an unprecedented shortage of truck drivers. and the prime minister is being able to intervene or face empty supermarket shelves and a supply chain collapse. charlie angela reports the team it toes. the seeds has spent the last 5 years developing a 170 different varieties of leak producing seeds. it will be resistant to disease . they will eventually account the 15 percent of leak for g for delays distribution mean they might now miss their windows for getting into the ground. the shortage of truck drivers is impacting businesses up and down the country. it's going to cause enormous issues for us. our customers obviously need it in time to so and if
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they miss their sewing windows, that will mean the crops a later if the crops later that may basically cause problems with a supermarket contracts. and you know, alternately that means that the products that ado to be on the shelf sometime in the future may not be written is short around 800000 heavy good vehicle drivers. according to the road haulage association, the combination of brick set cove at 19 lessons and tests missed because of the pandemic and a profession. failing to new and new recruit has created the perfect storm. we've been cooling up my agency, i mean up, but it's been, we code up for at least 5. you have a wait, right? drivers, congress for love money. as a result, supermarket warning of empty shelf school meals are being delayed, which could 4 schools to close when they've just reopened. and rubbish collections being missed. one of britain's biggest food companies has asked the government to consider using the army to distribute good to keep supply chains from collapse.
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they're going to switch kate less than started diamond logistics almost 30 years ago. she says shelves will be empty by christmas and left the government steps in. so even in a warehouse such as this, normally by this time of year, you'd expect to see a lot more filled. and that's because the supply chain challenges, ultimately speaking, if laurie's aren't able to refill fulfillment center, such as this. and then when are able to sell those goods on bound. and that means that a variety of people throughout the supply chain suffer. the e commerce companies often retail businesses of pivoted to e commerce to stay alive during this very tricky time, are unable to replenish the goods that it just thinks industry is urging the government to issue european h t. v drivers with temporary work visas. but the government has refused saying firms mis find domestic drivers instead. but there is no pool of qualified drivers in the u. k. just sitting around and peak delivery season is just around the corner . charlie angela out there, sorry. can ahead on al jazeera and have
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a huge home run for one, a face for the biggest sauce that's coming up next. we'll say, ah, lithium extraction is well underway at the all at full flats in the province of 4 point in northern argentina. it is referred to as to why gold of renewable energy layer a. we're trying to establish a small supply chain of lithium batteries. so we can comply with demands. one of the demands is the transformation of the public transport system origin. tina has one of the biggest in the region and we would try to transform. i wanted a system. i didn't know what livia and she'll have around 70 percent of the world's lithium research, the live in liquid brian, we are located in full flat like this one,
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thousands of liters of water are necessary to pump up the frying research to the surface. there is later on, distributed in evaporation pools communities around this area are concerned that few extraction could complicate their access to war. oh i welcome back. football is by far spain's most popular sport, but when the city of boston asks residents to vote on what new facilities should be built, the answer came as a surprise. john hall explains 5 years
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and my mom brother also playing cookies and he's a lot. i wanted events and i got a baby, but i'm feeling very excited. blessed because girls also the already more kids. 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 for them to play on and get and beat those mildred's up. but in 2013, we started the young cricket, 4th alone, a project. when i became clear, there were a large pakistani indian unbundle the she communities in barcelona playing cricket on the streets. it was a sport being played while dozens of boys lorna, 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 creation, but also gender empowerment when barcelona city council asked the public to vote on
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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 one the most boats. and this is it, a disused football pitch to be transformed into an astro turf oval at a cost of nearly $2000000.00. part of a project promoting community relations through sport and 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 that. it seems over here, but it's not overly popular with the spaniards. you can imagine they all think that it goes on for days and days and it's just sort of baseball with a funny stick. and yeah, i don't really guess it's soon the sound of leather on willow will ring out from the barcelona international cricket club. the plan is to turn this field of dirt
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into barcelona. the 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 my house. i'm going there are months every player and i get the idea from the i want to play this game. i want to jonah whole al jazeera, barcelona, and time for some more support. his peter family. thank you very much. we'll start with the women's final at wimbledon, where ashley bossy has made a strong start. the australian world number one has already taken the food since again, catalina placed on things. the court was looking to add the wimbledon crown to her friendship inside and some 2019 cisco has never won. a grand slam. fukushima has followed toto in banning fence from its limping venues which was said to host 7 softball and baseball games. but clearly,
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many in japan would prefer they were no events at all. with the search in corona virus cases, these protesters in cocoa on saturday. we're calling for the game to be cancelled. they were outside the hotel with the international olympic committee. president, thomas, buck. it's staying with just 2 weeks to go. some of the biggest names in athletics seem to be hitting form at just the right time. several gold. busy medal containers impressed at the monaco diamond league. one of the last major meets before the games begin. david stokes reports 8 days after breaking the world record constant for home when again in the 400 metre hurdles this time setting a new meeting record in monaco. the norwegian all set for tokyo show down with america's right benjamin who is also beaten this year. no shopped there, but there was an upset in the mens 100 meters gold metal favorite treyvon per male was beaten for the 1st time this season. upstaged by fellow american running baker
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you may, can legend shelly and praise a price, went in the women's 200 meters, but could only manage stood with the hey me and shawn, a miller, we bow powering through to take the wind by the smallest margins. the men's $800.00 featured most of the olympic favorites, and it resulted in for the 5, fastest times in the world this year. but swan is not july most coming out on top in this one. and in the women's race, the podium finishes all ran person best with britain's lower amuse taking her 1st diamond league when at this distance since 2018. over the $1500.00 the note belong to kenya will champion timothy cherry. up took the wind in a very quick men's rice, which produced the 6 fastest times of the year. and it was fight kip. yea gone. he took the women's race also in a world leading time and a new kenyan record. in the field events, the republics to time olympic champion, barbara spots a cova when the women's javelin. an american k
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t national came out on top in the women's poll volt, clearing a height of 4.9 meters. the athletes which it on by 8000 spectators in monaco. but things will be a little quieter in 2 weeks time at the olympics with friends bend from old tokyo venues. david stokes, out his era. now to the major sporting tournament that almost never was the copper america hosts, brazil taken argentine in the final laser on saturday. daniel schwann le reports from when authorities. ah, they go there in the end. the corporate america kicked off in june and ends with the final between brazil and argentina in rio de janeiro, iconic mac enough stadium, brazil the hosts and holders argentina which has won this tournament since 993. which doesn't one, anything with legal, messy, arguably the best lawyer in the world. a classic copper america. but a couple america like no other. it's
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a very different fella coast. all of the copies that come before because we have fans in the spans as being very quiet, very unusual. we can go co host colombia in argentine and we're forced to pull out just weeks before the kick off because of political unrest across colombia and the spiking corona virus infections in argentina. the brazilian president job all scenarios stepped into host at the last minute, despite his own country's poor record on dealing with the pandemic and growing political opposition with some of them, there's a genocide going on across indigenous lands, while thousands destined for vaccines for indigenous people is being spent on this cup, the cup of death, look at the present. then the players start getting in fact in go me. it is very difficult what i'm going through because i don't know what is going to happen to me . i'll be able to play football again normally, or if i'll be able to be as i was before, it's been
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a copa america without the color and excitement of previous tournaments. the big screens in plows is in the pack bars. normally the football dominate, especially when knowledge and team reaches the final, especially when not finals against brazil. but this time the pandemic is the greater concern with football, just a distraction, some light relief and otherwise difficult time. brazil has lifted 5 world cups to argentine as to when all container has 114 copper america to brazil's 9. it's a rivalry that spills out of the football stadium. this is best go. gina. i especially want to tell argentine as president that the only rivalry between us will take place at the mechanic. and i will tell you the result beforehand 5 know, i say 5 know these more pragmatic, young arch and time fans disagree with brazil is a tough rival. for sure,
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but if i try to get together that can win and be champions. if we clear, well, we can really do new morning. so i'm very nervous and totally obsessed. i guess we'll win it to one, but it'll be a tough game. it's been a tough tournament played in difficult circumstances, but the football as it muff, as it always does, goes on $10.00 to 0. what a cyrus there were more fireworks as you se. so economy greg waiting for the trilogy. fight against dustin korea. mcgregor when they 1st so i think 2014 but last a 2nd meeting earlier this year. unlike the day before mcgregor did not throw any kick the pool area during the faithful, but he did have some strong words joe and 16 hours time. this man is going to learn that if you disrespect the person's kindness and take it as a weakness,
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you must pay. what do these words. 2 mean you and what does tomorrow? i mean, you mean nothing is noise tomorrow night tune and i want to take you off with a cheer. the booze. i love you all. and finally, let's show you years in the home run from major league baseball store. show, hey, oh tony, and one of the biggest yet all got got it. 0 one. where do we go? i tony really connecting with that one, becoming only the 6 player reach the upper deck at seattle's team a ballpark. it took him to $33.00 home and for the season, which is the joy and most by foreign born player during the all star break. but he's an angel thim. so lost the game. so the man is $73.00. he added okay, we'll leave it there for now. i'll be here again later with most bullets. nice valley
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