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the tree and doors, the social distance thing and place in some countries unable to attend the camera, the very piece of bread, recreate the magic of my cell for the council festival. well now to me, the official resolve show a landslide for the european prime minister party and last election. maude by an opposition voice and the war in te gray. ah, hello there on this talk to you. hey, this is al jazeera life and i will say coming up. the wife of hazy is assassinated . president accuses the public traces of seeking to kill his ideology and her 1st public statement. a confederate monument that spoke
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a violent wife 2 premises dryly and controversial remarks by donald trump, is taken down and charlottesville club. i'm charlie angela in, sorry, one. if you k, largest c produces is running into trouble with distribution. one of thousands of businesses affected by chronic shortage, a truck drivers. ah, now the party of ethiopia as prime minister of the osman has won a landslide victory in the june 21st elections. he's held it as a historically inclusive election. his prosperity thought he won 410 of 436 parliamentary seats that assures him a 2nd time in office. the vote was overshadowed by an opposition boycott, ethnic violence and the conflict in the northern region. she was one of 3 of if you refuse, 10 regions where voting did not take place. catherine toys in the capital,
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forest addis ababa. this announcement really come as no surprise prime minister abe's post. be amid, as far as the party has been leading from the very start. and it's also an election really that have been, boy quoted, was boy quoted by on some of the countries, the guest opposition parties in the lead up to the election. some opposition. 7 leaders was arrested for voting does not take place at all in dozens of constituencies because of security problems. so some on a list have been talking to a saying they're very worried because now that parliament is dominated. 5 by members of parliament, of prime ministers, prosperity parties, good very hard for the m p. 's to properly hold the prime minister and government to account to ask the tough question. this thing that what we might see going forward is more opposition from outside parliament. well yeah,
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i spoke to david sion, he is a professor of international relations at george washington university, and also a former us ambassador to ethiopia. he says it remains to be seen in the conflict and t gray will come back to hurt mid i think it's a little early to judge, you know how it's being viewed both internally and. ready and in the international community, i think it is a success qualified success or prime minister abi which the caviar x. and that is the fact that about one 5th of the constituencies did not participate in the election for either technical or other reasons. you had a boycott by several key political parties and there have been some 207 complaints about the election. but nevertheless, there was a high voter turnout and it appears as always, totally peaceful. the election, of course, took place before the military defeat and t. great. so we had no impact upon the
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election remains to be seen. what people think about the problems that the government now faces and great that may come back to haunt prime minister abbey. but in the meantime, he can arrived on his laurels with an electoral victory. i think that his 1st priority has to be. ready what you do about you, great, and how do you deal with the military and crisis that exists there? and if he handles that badly, all of this could not go well for him internally. and there are other issues as you suggest that he has to grapple with. he has a very full plate that he's going to have to resolve in the coming months. and if he knows handles that he is going to be difficult. if not least 8 people have been killed and how those injured and a large explosion and somalis capital market issue a car bomb,
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targeted police commander canada, 500100 items you survived. the attack about says it was behind the blast. aiden was appointed back in april after his predecessor was accused of calling for a true well now or a wander has started deploying a 1000 soldiers to mozambique to help it combat western violence. and the gas which northern capital got a province. they'll also be joined by forces from the 16 nation southern african development community. in an effort to help close and big respond to a nearly 4 year old conflict. around 3000 people have been killed and at least 800000 others left a space half of those children. well, there are continued questions about who is going to lead hayseed after the assassination of president driven moiz. meanwhile, his widow has accused political enemies of organizing his killing to stop democratic change all the while the political instability is intensifying as party call hand reports now from washington, dc. the assignment how scared people in haiti are a false rumors,
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spread on social media that the u. s. was giving out the says, a massive crowd showed up at the embassy only to be disappointed that it was faced with this reality. the haitian people are left to themselves, they cannot go out, they want to go to safe places. when people heard the rumors saying that the u. s. embassy is giving exile to the people. they came, the patient officials that asked the us for more than that, a contingent of us troops to help secure the country. we're asking for the condition of the country. we're asking for more tools to proceed and head us the us, me to report the troops will not be deployed. instead they will send law enforcement to help with the investigation into the assassination of jovan elmo, eas, his widow, also injured in the shooting, said this message on social media. no one knew who the president was fighting
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against these people, hired mercenaries to kill the president and his family due to the projects for roads, electricity drinking water supply, organization of the referendum an election for the final abolition of political transitions. the president has always believed in institutions and stability. it's not clear who paid for the mercenaries who allegedly carried out the attack, many of them former members of the columbia military. but while that investigation continues, so does the political uncertainty. the valley, the intern prime minister clod, joseph says he's in charge, but he was set to be replaced before the killing by ariel henry, who now along with politician joseph, lead, bear day will take over. land bear tweeted that is saturday and your ration was postponed. there is behind the scenes pushing the country and in washington to figure out the way forward. but so far there is no clear solution for a poverty ravage country battered by gang violence, the corona virus,
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and now political incited particle, hain, l g 0, washington. nearly a century after with fest erected and almost 4 years after sparked a deadly weekend of violence and the u. s. that have charlottesville, virginia, the statue of robert e. lee has now been removed on lucas, including black lives matter. support has cheered as the figure of the confederate general was pulled down from his pedestal and gallagher reports. 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 walked 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 a shameful path were finally ready to be a community that doesn't telegraph to our public arts that we are pretty fine with
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white. 4 years ago, plans to remove lisa, 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 later sentenced 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 in the years that followed memorials to the pro slavery confederacy were taken down
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across the us even more following the death of george floyd at the hands of a white police officer for the young people out there. i hope that this empowered you to speak up on the issues that matter is they take charge in your own cities and communities. no platform for white supremacy, no platform rates for racism and no platform for critically the start use a part of the heritage of the us as 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 are an acting policies to protect them. the gala corral to 0 washington. while the leaders of north korea and china have bound to vis you grace a cooperation, according to young young's official news agency and the trading of messages north korean, the, the kim john said,
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cooperation was vital and the face of hostile foreign forces. china. she's being promised to take their partnership to a new stage. this is the 40th anniversary of the countries treating your friendship, cooperation, and mutual assistance. while still ahead here on altos, air firefighters in siberia struggle to contain hundreds of wildfires as the area experiences, it's dr. summit and a $150.00 and it's a football tournament that nearly never was find out who comes out on top as a south american champion. ah, ah, it's time for the journey to winter sponsored my cattle airways. it's still reading initially in japan, but the majority of the really deep and cogent cat is gone and looked the chinese
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and the next bowels in big down pulls from this season. right. and it seems to be a bit of a heads up toward beijing of the next couple of days, which means most of southern china is fairly dry. a few shattering through hong kong. but it's basing that will get the real down pause, and that's most likely. on monday there austin, a few shots in japan and a few in the korean peninsula, but not that many thankfully. and although java and bali now look lassie dry, there's pretty wide spread showers or thunderstorms from the philippines crossed with china, sumatra, borneo, and sil away c. this is seasonally correct, but we took a step back from this last week and just building up again. now in the forecast, and that's consistent with the monsoon rain also building at once more. we had a load up in the northeast of india back pretty was pretty good. obviously concentrating further west of the western gas and good europe. but there are a shout, they're running up towards new delhi and la horse. so a good part of northern pakistan sees and decent. right. central pakistan,
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not. and rochester, not still the pre monsoon heat, but the rest of you nice bitter rain sponsored cattle airways challenging the way mainstream media report. the news stories like these should be easy pickings for political reporters out of all power to account how it is in journalism is breaking the destruction of civilian property. this is all evidence for farm trials. and the rate of speaking we've been getting stories of john taken from the house in the middle of the night and tortured the listening post covers the way the news discovered phone out his era. the a.
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again, i saw your home that's remind you about top stories, the south. the policy of if you, if you have prime minister men has won a landslide victory in june 21st election showing him a 2nd time. and often the vote though is overshadowed by an opposition voice on ethnic violence. on the conflict in the northern region, the widow of he's assassinated president has accused political enemies of organizing his killing to stop democratic change. 19 ways he was also injured in the attack for speaking to the 1st time since the husband of a novice shot dead at their home on wednesday and the statue of us confederate general robert e. lee has been removed from the city of charlottesville, virginia, many black lives matter. supporters gather that witness, the removal of the monument. it was the center of a violent white supremacist rallied 40 years ago. now argentina have won their 1st major football trophy since $993.00. they've beaten, defending champions,
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brazil one nail and the corporate america final in beer. janera angel, the maria was the one who school that sole goal for argentina and the 22nd minute. and then also means it's a fast ever international trade. if you could still play a little messy. well, there was widespread criticism of the decisions even allow brazil to stage this month long event. the country has the 2nd highest covered 1900 death toll after the united states. well, that's cross live now is one is areas where daniel is twila is amongst argentina fans. daniel off the no major type of what 28 years. i imagine the celebrations. they're going to be pretty raucous, which doesn't bode well for social distancing. the well, it's been a long way. as you can see, the beginning together in one of our school. they've not had the opportunity, as you mentioned, to celebrate since 1993 the last time they want to pull it
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up final as well. so this is a big lead, but it's also given the opportunity for what has been a miserable time like for the rest of the world. in the last year in the hall scene has also suffered during the pandemic, one of the highest rates of infection in the region. people being told to stay in doors. as you can see, people ignoring that. now they're out here to celebrate. the final whistle only blew less than half an hour ago as the people. and i've got the ring here. but yes, a huge relief, a legal miss. 800. 34 years old. now coming to the end of his career, i've never one of age or international month. he still has a chance in next year as well. possibly. but this is his best opportunity to lift a trophy to people very happy for him. very happy of this paper, argent, tina. it's been a great for the plants for a long time, unable to with a major told the man seen as a team that gets as far as the final stuff. yeah. people's
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very i think in many ways the celebrations really only just beginning, like you to go on to the next. the next couple of days, daniel, the live for us in gwen is area. thank you so much, daniel. well, let's now cross over tomorrow. yanna camp. she's outside the mark on all stadium, and we're diginero, monica, i know, fans there. we're actually only allowed in the last minutes. what's the atmosphere been like yes. well, actually we moved from the amount of stadium now we're standing in front of a bar which is next to them and i can stay down here in brazil it's it. although there is a short rivalry with argentina that's. 7 really sad that brazil was they hadn't been paying attention to the problem because it had become politicized event. and when the game ended in this bar behind me,
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right now we're hearing far word. but when the game ended in this party, i mean we heard people shout both donato out. that's to president. i was for nato, who was the one that pushed to the tournament here in brazil after columbia and argentina were supposed to posted, pulled out because of protests in columbia, and now break a surge of corona virus in argentina. so people here are sad, of course that we know lost some say because not only that brazil was for the last 2 argent. you know, the rival, but for them, the cup america is not a big deal. they're more now watching a lot of what's going on and of resilience, turn them in between keys. and as i said this, that turned out to become a political event. so there wasn't all that 40 feeling to or monahan again, there was all the latest for us from read a janera. thank you so much,
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monica on. it has all been taking place within the context of a pandemic. and now the world's wealthiest nations are sounding the alarm about the spread of the highly contagious delta variance of the corona virus. she 20 finance leaders are musing and it lead to discuss the risk to global recovery cases. on the rise in 69 countries, the international monetary fund has won the unequal vaccine access as a threat to recovery efforts. meanwhile, the, the european union says it's delivered enough vaccines to member states to immunize 70 percent of adults, but the blocks lead us as the fight isn't over. while meanwhile, in england, where current of ice restrictions are being eased, infection rates on our back to levels last seen during the winter, fun gaga has moved from london oney in autumn. are you going to start to see certain control measures being put into place to allow not only just the economy to
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open up, but open up responsibly as well. and the guys being that if you can control that and that should hopefully allow for people to open up fully and in a responsible way. now what needs to happen is that you either have to prove that you've had to back scenes, or that you've proven, given a negative test the day before, the area, the way you planned to go to. but it's also, i think, another bird and all the cost to businesses as well as they're going to be the ones that have to sort of put in the infrastructure to, to be able to put in that way of proving that dinah's or people who want to go out all able to do so in that, but this is just also just one measure that's being put in place in the face of the supposed opening up of the country on the 19th of july. when now the legal obligations are going to be dropped,
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including mosque wearing and now it's going to be up to a question of personal responsibility. and common sense has been sort of told by the prime minister and the health secretary. this, despite the fact that the health secretary himself such a job, it has said that infections could rise by as much as a 100000 cases every day in a months time will say, well, russia has reported its highest single day tale of curve in 1900 s on saturday with 752 people dying. and it recorded more than 25000 new infections that's only down slightly from the previous day. the status outbreak is also being blamed on the delta vary and offered. where is the moscow correspondence of the christian science monitor and he says, health authorities, they're struggling to convince people to get vaccinated. it's been the savage irony that russia and it's quite redoubtable scientific. it's her
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establishment. we're able to produce pretty good vaccine and do it early on. what they've completely failed to convince the population to take it. vaccination rates here are some, something like an abysmal 16 percent that which is far behind most developed countries. the government is trying, i mean, in the town near where i'm living there, they've taken over the stadium this weekend. and medical teams are practically ushering people into the stadium to get vaccinated. they're doing everything they can. but russians are absolutely reticent. think there are different reasons young people and i think this is probably universal. they. they just don't get it. and i think a lot of young people, when i go out and i see them partying, and so on. i think they, they feel that this has nothing to do with them. the real problem here in russia is older people, soviet era, generations who, i think, refuse of some habit of mistrusting their state. they just don't believe that
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anything good can come out of their skate. they're very, very resistant to being instructions and orders. and so that's the majority of the elderly population, or i repeat, who are the most vulnerable, of course, are, are refusing to do it. now moving on and emergency services a currently about thing, hundreds of wildfires across russia, at least one person was reported. the killed and 18 others injured in the western region of charlie had been gone saturday. the state news agencies has dozens of homes have been destroyed and 55 is also about seeing hundreds of separate places in the tier region. the area is suffering unusually high temperatures and it's dry summer now in 150 years. well, let's bring in climate change. specialist will stat, and he's an amorous. as professor staley national university, he joins us now from the camera. well, this is a part of the wild,
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but most people think of is covered in ice and snow, but there have been more and more frequent fires here. i remember unprecedented places last year to can you talk us through the trends that you were saying? you know, 1st of all, we can talk about the climate change trends in the northern high latitude siberia, northern canada, or warming at twice at least twice the global average. so we're seeing extraordinarily high temperatures, temperatures in the thirty's and forty's above the arctic circle, which we've never seen. and of course, these forests are used to conditions like this, extreme drought high temperatures, and they are prone to burning. so what once you cross that threshold of high temperature and very dry conditions, forest fires just take all well and i basically uncontrollable. all this is also an area that's covered with pama for us to right, which stores carbon. so there's the potential for domino effect. absolutely, and in fact we're already seeing some permafrost melt,
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there's growing concerned about what scientists call abrupt permafrost melt. that means very rapid deterioration on this frozen soil. so basically this frozen soil, mainly in siberia, contains twice as much carbon as the total amount in the atmosphere. so this could have a huge effect on the climate. permafrost melt really does take or is a growing concerned, and it would be a big problem if it does take off. well, i recall that you've been involved in various, i pcc ex, expert reports yourself, and i know the lasers leave documents suggests that climate change is happening much faster than we expected. i feel like i also question a lot. that is the world actually taking the urgency here seriously enough, especially with everyone focused on this pandemic? no, absolutely not. if we want to even have a chance of getting climate change under control, by that, i mean say limiting temperature rise to 2 degrees. we have to cut our emissions at least and by 2030,
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that's 9 years from now. that means we need to come out of the panoramic with a very different policy group of policy settings on climate change with a real focus on getting emissions down. i don't see that happening or it's not happening here in australia. it's not happening in north america, not happening in europe. this really is the last chance i've been to to limit the real damage. the climate change can cause well just towards the rest of the summer . i remember there were worries last summer about the so called zombie fires, that could continue burning quietly throughout the winter and then reignite as the weather gets warmer. we've obviously also seen huge fires in canada. should we be expecting all of this than to escalate through the northern hemisphere summer? i think it's a real risk that it could, and i think as permafrost melt, this is going to also contribute to me, flies through the flow combustion of carbon that's being exposed by permafrost. well, not so we were tracing a carbon bomb up in the northern hemisphere,
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and this could be the year, hopefully it isn't. but this could be the year we ignite that carbon bomb. and that's going to be a really disastrous outcome. that's what happens very on this morning staff from well, stephan and emory says professor at israeli national university and climate change specialist. thank you so much for sharing your expertise with us. well and joining us again on out of here. thank you. now, businesses across britain are being affected by an unprecedented shortage of truck drivers. college bosses of appeals to the prime minister to personally intervene or face empty supermarket shelves and the supply chain collapse. charlie angela reports from, sorry in england. the team at toes a seeds has spent the last 5 years developing a $170.00 different varieties of leak producing seeds that 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.
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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 the sewing windows, that will mean the crops later at the crops or later that may basically cause problems with a supermarket contracts. and 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 test missed because of the pandemic and a profession. failing to new, a new recruit has created the perfect storm. we've been cooling up. my. i do see, i mean uh, what is being we called up at least 5. you have a wait, right? drivers, congress, a lot of money. as a result, supermarket,
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the warning is empty. shelf school meal. the being delayed, which could 4 schools to close when they just reopened. and rubbish collection being miss. 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. going to switch on specific 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 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 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 their goods. that it just takes industry is urging the government to issue european hgtv drivers with temporary work visas. but the government has refused saying firms
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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 out to 0. sorry. aah! hello there. this is out there and these are the headlines. the party of your peers . prime minister, i'll be osman, has won a landslide victory in the june 21st election, assuring him a 2nd time. and often the vote though, was overshadowed by an opposition boy called ethnic violence. and the conflict in the northern region to cry was one of 3 of easier v as 10 regions where voting doesn't even take place. katherine sawyer, in the capital, addis ababa with mall. this announcement really come as no surprise prime minister obvious be amid as far as the party has been.


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