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resistance and ignite the passion to stand up in flight generation change on al jazeera, we understand the differences and similarities of cultures across the world. so no matter how you take it will bring you the news and current affairs that matter to you. the news we do have jesus fascinated president accuses his enemies of organizing his killing to stop democratic change ah, tightens his al jazeera, alive from london, also coming up to confederate statues that help spock a violent point. supremacist rally removed in charlottesville, virginia, 8 people are arrested over
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a fire in the bank to the factory where at least 52 workers died after they were locked in. a landslide victory for the prime minister party in an election, overshadowed by an opposition boy called on the war in the 2 dry region. ah, the widow of haiti's assassinated president as accused political enemies of organizing his killing to stop democratic change. she was speaking for the 1st time since juvenile maria was shot dead at his home on wednesday, leaving the country reeling. nothing. louise was seriously injured in the attack and was flown to florida for treatment and an audio message released on twitter. she also urged the country not to lose its way from action, could be the mercenaries entered my house and killed my husband. that murder made me and my children cry. and i know it made you cry too. what happened has no name.
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a criminal has to have the courage to murder a president. as governor myself, they sent the mercenaries to kill the president in his home with his family, over issues of water, electricity referendum, and the approaching elections so that there is no transition in the country. there are other mercenaries who want to assassinate the ideals of the president who went to assassinate the vision of the president. they killed him in my arms in front of my eyes. we cannot let the president die a 2nd time. i am crying, it is true, but we cannot let the country lose its way. haiti has appealed to both the us and the un to send troops out of the president's assassination. but washington says has no plans to send military assistance. late on friday, haiti's, senate nominated to joseph lambert to serve as a new interim president until new elections which are scheduled for september. politicians also backed
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a halo he to replace children f as the prime minister. patty calhoun is in washington dc and says haiti will get help from the u. s, but not quite what it's asked for. sending in the us military was always going to be a tough ass keeping in mind. president joe biden, bringing troops home from afghanistan, telling the american public he was going to do a costly deployment to haiti, not something the public would likely support. so that seems like that's off the table. says that they're going to send millions and a, they're going to evolve. refugees from have to stay here. program the former president wanted to get rid of. they're going to send people to help with the investigation from the federal bureau of investigation department of homeland security. but definitely said in the message of the military's not an option. what the u. s. wants to see is some sort of political stability. they've been pushing for the elections to continue to happen is as early as september, opposition leaders on the ground. so it's not possible to do that because there's so much chaos on the ground with gangs running wild and this investigation continuing. an important point out. we still don't know who was behind the murder
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of the haitian president ah, a statue of a u. s. confederate general at the center of violent clashes 4 years ago as being removed from the city of charlottesville, virginia on lucas cheered as the robert e. lee monument was lifted from the prince, a statue of fellow confederate, general, thomas stonewall. jackson was also taken away. there were no signs of a protest. 4 years ago was undergo report. the campaign is in charlottesville, 4 years to remove the statue of confederate, general and slave. oh no. robert e. lee. on saturday morning, the long battle came to fruition its peaceful crowd watched a controversial figure of this nation's troubled racial past remove the statue, and another of general thomas stonewall. jackson will be kept in a secure location both se activists symbols of
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a shameful past. they were finally ready to be a community that doesn't telegraph to our public art, that we are pretty fine with white premises. 4 years ago, plans to remove lease that you became a flashpoint white nationalist. descended on charlottesville in scenes that shocked the world. august 2017. 32 year old has a he was killed with a neo nazi rammed his car into a crowd of anti racism. protestors who kill it was late a sentence to life in prison. we the people are one step closer to the tranquillity promised by the writers of the constitution to form a more perfect union. we are so far from the perfect union, yet one step closer. today. as these 2 statues come down
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in the years that followed memorials to the pro slavery confederacy would taken down across the us even more following the death of george lloyd at the hands of a white police officer, the young people out there. i hope that this empower you to speak up on the issues that matter if they take part in your own cities and communities, no platform for white supremacy, no platform rates for racism, and no platform for critically the start, choose a part of the heritage of the u. s. a southern states. others, reminders of racial discrimination and oppression that's never gone away. according to the southern poverty law center, hundreds of symbols of the confederacy remain in place across the us. even as the fight continues to remove them. states like alabama, mississippi and tennessee or inactive policies to protect them. the gala corral to 0, washington, the owner of a factory in bangladesh where at least 52 people died in
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a fire on thursday. has been arrested for murder for songs and 3 company officials were also detained. more bodies could be trapped in the rubble of the food processing factory just outside the capital temperature, re reports from whoop gunch family's way to find out what has happened to their loved ones. so my beg him, sister was working in the factory the day. the fire broke out. she is desperate to find their sister's body. so she can bury her. but hospital authorities told her they will need a dna test and that could take weeks, as most of the bodies recovered our chart, be directed nation john, i will let my sister was going to run downstairs from the 4th floor when the fire started. but the line supervisor told them to stay, put, the fire will be under control downstairs soon. then they locked the gate by then the fire spread to the 4th floor. she couldn't escape, she has 2 children. what are they going to do now?
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many survivors say the front gate of the factory, their only way out was locked, which meant workers were trapped inside. you can see that devastation all around me . this is the 4th floor of the 6 story factory building. this is the floor and most of the bodies were recovered from the fire service is still doing satellite opperation. number of people are still missing. fire service officials say they don't expect to find any more bodies, but will continue their search. no, we haven't gone at only 49 dead body yesterday. i don't photograph we have handed over they already had voted and then in gun they have. busy sent all the bodies to medical college and we requested the families of the missing process to contact the medical college approved if they can at any fight. the disasters blamed on poor fire and building safety standards are common in bangladesh. one union leader said
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things may have improved in the garments and textile sectors, but other industries are still lagging far behind. it is complete negligence by the government. it is true that there is an improvement in the government sector and that has happened because there was an enormous pressure from the source source in grands are source in countries and international community was like watching over. but there are so many manufacturing sector exists in the country which is absolutely overlooked the international labor organization phase. the rope gunfire highlights the importance of safety measures for building construction in bangladesh and elsewhere. but for many relatives who lost loved ones, it will be a case of too little too late, and workers be let down that adequate safety measure are not in place. with child re, i'll just say rob guns, bangladesh. nice 8 people have been killed and 8 others injured in
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a large explosion in somalia, capital market issue a combo targeted the convoy of mogadishu? police force commander, kind of fun. why haven't i didn't, who survived the attack? ash above says it was behind the blast. i didn't was appointed in april, out to his predecessor was accused of cool calling for qu 2nd i think got, i'm ok, my brother and i were driving here on this road when the suicide called them here at close range all on board. our vehicle survived, a brother was injured, really. when i saw i did bodies at the scene including a woman and a took, took driver. it was a huge explosion. alice saved me from it. the party v o. p as prime minister abbey meant has won a landslide victory in the june 21st elections. he sailed it as an historically inclusive election is prosperity party, 141-8400. 36, bonham entry seats, assuring him a 2nd term in office. the hurt was overshadowed by an opposition boycott,
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ethnic violence and the conflict in the northern dry region. digger i was one of was one of 3 of the few because 10 regions where voting did not take place. catherine sawyer has more from the capitol at the top of a this announcement really come as no surprise prime minister obvious plus the mid plus, far as the party has been leading from the very start. and it's also an election really that have been, boy quoted, was born quoted by on some of the countries biggest opposition parties in the lead up to the election. some opposition leaders was arrested for voting. does not take place a tall in dozens of constituencies because of security problems. so some on a list of been talking to assume they're very worried because now that parliament is dominated. 5 by members of parliament, of prime ministers, prosperity parties could be very hard for the m p. 's to properly hold the prime
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minister and government to account to ask the tough questions. they're saying that what we might see going forward is more opposition from outside parliament. supporters of south africa as former president, jacob's una, have been protesting against his imprisonment in cuz you know, natal demonstrations turned violent along. major roads in the province after court dismissed to miss bid to suspend his prison sentence. vehicles were satellite and some nearby shops looted. 79 year old former president, it began a 15 month term failing to appear before a corruption inquiry. the leaders of north korea and china her van to pursue greater corporation. according to young young's official news agency in a trading of messages, north korea needed him don't own said corporation was vital in the face of hostile foreign forces on china's changing ping promise to take their partnership. quote, to a new stage is the 40th anniversary of the country's treaty of friendship corporation
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and mutual assistance. still to come the south, our 1st protest as were murdered with impunity in iraq. now, activists and journalists, a being targeted to football tournament that nearly never was the couple america finalist no less than 2 hours away. ah right. nothing's extreme here. but the morning tempt, you know, straight here are quite low. widespread near frost levels throughout most of new south wales, even queens and even trucks go queensland and melbourne stand about 3. it's not quite as cold dross in perth. nobody by day. things do improve the stormy weather, which has brought high surf and bertie good. so i think it is supposed the custody southfield that's going to slowly die down as low drives out the way. there's
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another though here in the bites that rain coming in towards the west of victoria, and another significant on its way significant. what is where to perth western when the day for you on monday, at 20 degrees? everywhere else? murphy, sunny not as was i think you might expect, for example, in brisbin 21 and canes on the 26 the seas. no rain has caused a lot of trouble damage, even as you know in japan. it's east of here it is. the chinese in which i show you a bit of a hump, which means the rain is sort of building. if you like, it's been falling fairly heavily. the western end to the start of the yanks, the nab, orange blog, which is the heavy stuff. go towards the yellow river and beyond that towards i suspect beijing and then the pulse from try and build to itself on monday. the weather bag,
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energy and change to every part of our universe. more small. to continue the change all around shape my technology and human ingenuity, we can make it work for you and your bill. ah ah reminder top stories now just for the widow of haiti's assassinated president as accused political enemies of organizing his killing to stop the democratic change.
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martin louise, who was injured in the attack, was speaking for the 1st time since maria was shot dead at his home on wednesday, a statue of us confederate general robert e lee, which was the focus savano clashes 4 years ago has been removed from the city of charlottesville, virginia, and the owner of a bank as she factory where at least 52 people died in a fire. on thursday has been arrested for murder. along with 7 others, many of the dead were trapped inside the building. by a locked door, more afghans are taking up arms and joining the fight against the taliban. as the group continues, its rapid advance north on saturday on citizens and africa and security forces baffled taliban fighters on the outskirts of condos. most districts in the province already fallen to the taliban. they've made huge gains in recent weeks and claim now to be in control of 85 percent of the
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country. the army commander inclusive, his forces have managed to keep them out of the city itself. in iraq, people have been protesting since last october over what human rights groups described as assassinations carried out with impunity. rights groups say, nearly 600 progresses have been killed since 2019. now, activists and journalists are being ambushed and murdered. but there have been few arrests as natasha name reports from baghdad. the bullet holes riddle this s u v. where admitted 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
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security, there is no government, just all 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 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
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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 while the softly she influenced many people in our 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 a cheap 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 coop and abdul. some
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ad 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, and his right and security forces have moved into end 2 days of heavy fighting with armed gangs in caracas. the was to 1000 police and military personnel entered for poor neighborhoods of the capital on friday. out a battle between gangsters and police, and the government has been reported to saying at least 26 people died and 2 days of clashes, 4 of them police officers. it's blamed. the violence on opposition potters trying to destabilize president nicholas madura. russia has reported a single day record of 752 cove in 19 deaths. the country also recorded more than 25000 new infections down slightly on the previous day. the latest outbreak is
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being blamed on the delta variant. health officials are speeding up the countries vaccination program so far about 20 percent of the population has received at least one dose. several countries have pledged aid to to nicea, as it battles a record breaking surgeon code. 19 infections was an $8000.00 cases were registered in the latest 24 hour period. putting severe stress on oxygen supplies. katara has already sent a military plane with a field hospital on board, including 200 medics and 100 respirators. libya, saudi arabia, turkey and others. so there are also some provisions countries across asia reporting records, daily coded cases because of the delta variant in thailand, lead documents suggest doctors are concerned that china is son of act. vaccine is not effective against the new variance health. mister has defended the job, but as tony chang reports from bangkok, public confidence is waning. a small group of pretences tried to march to
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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. 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 concern with health officials unwilling to push other vaccines for fear of scenting public confidence. to illustrate their concerns, the protest is poor, paint on bound, muddle corpse, and attempt to cremate them. security guards quickly step in sign a vac was the 1st bank seemed to be released and thailand was quickly distributed
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to frontline medical workers, most of whom have now had 2 doses, but it's a new cobit delta variance spread. some found they weren't protected here. there were 5 medical staff infected with k with 19 and 2 were admitted. i see you. well, there's a concern by a lack of information about side effects results. although test groups 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 the investigators had that could be a real problem to thailand. domestic production has stalled and delivers the more 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,
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the whole country wouldn'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 thailand, 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 banker businesses across the u. k. have been hit by an unprecedented shortage of truck drivers, haulage bosses of appeal to the prime minister, to and to be personally all face empty supermarket shelves and the supply chain collapse. charlie angela report the team it toes, the seeds has spent the last 5 years developing a 170 different varieties of leak producing seeds that will be resistant to disease . they will eventually account the 15 percent of the leak for g for delays
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distribution mean they might now miss their window 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 they miss their sewing windows, that will mean the crops a later if the crops are 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 bricks, it covered 19 lessons and tests missed because of the pandemic and a profession. failing to new, a new recruit has created the perfect storm. we've been cooling up. i do see, i mean not, but it's been pretty cold up for at least 5. you have a wait, right, divers, congress for love money. as a result, supermarket,
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the warning of empty shelf school meals are being delayed, which could 4 schools to close when they've just reopened. and rubbish collection being missed. one of britain's biggest food companies has asked the government to consider using the army to distribute goods to keep supply chains from collapse. switch kate less than started, diamond logistics almost 30 years ago. she says shelves will be empty by christmas unless the government steps in. so even in a warehouse such as this, normally by this time you, you'd expect to say it 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 we're not 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 their goods. that it just thinks industry is urging the
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government to issue european hgtv 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 in peak delivery season is just around the corner. charlie angela audi 0. sorry. that's a major sporting tournament that almost never was, but in just over an hour and a half the copa america final will kick off between brazil and argentina. daniel shawna reports, what is our is on the hopes of controversy surrounding the world's oldest international football tournament. oh, they go there in the end, the corporate america kicked off in june and ends with a final between brazil and argentina in rio de janeiro, as iconic medic, enough stadium brazil the hosting holders argentina which has won this tournament since 1993, which hasn't won anything with legal, messy,
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arguably the best there in the world. a classic copper america, but a couple america like no other. it's not a very different fella coast. all of the copies that come before because we have fans in the stands as being very quiet, very unusual and regional co host colombia, an argentine and we're forced to pull out just weeks before the kick off because of political arrest across colombia, and the spike in corona virus infections in argentina, the brazilian president jabal sinatra stepped into host at the last minute, despite his own country's pul, record on dealing with the pandemic. and growing political opposition with some general vision of the 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 infected. hello me. it is very difficult what i'm going through because i don't know what is going to happen to me if i'll be able to
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play football again normally. or if i'll be able to be as i was before. it's been a corporate america without the color and excitement of previous tournaments. the big screens in plows is in the pac bars. normally the football dominate, especially when alex and tina reaches the final, especially when not finals against brazil. this time the pandemic is the greater concern with the football, just the destruction some light relief and otherwise difficult time. brazil has lifted 5 walls cops to argentine as to, but 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, no, i say 5, no. these more pragmatic,
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young arch time fans disagree with brazil is a tough rival for sure. but if i didn't to get together that can win and be champions. if you clear, well, we can read it to new. 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 him off, as it always does, goes on shore there. oh to 0. what osiris ah top stories yolanda 0. the widow of haiti's assassinated president, his accused political enemies of organizing his killing to stop the democratic change. she was speaking for the 1st time since juvenile louise was shot dead at his home on wednesday. mattie marie was seriously injured in the attack and.


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