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stephanie, known about those who are wanting to use the beloved game to help himself and others survive the horrors of a natural concentration. i would rebels on al jazeera ah, ah ah, monte stories 002020 football championship. funnel is into extra time. england and italy, a tide at one all london wemby stadium or 65000 spectators have been allowed in the 1st time to get richard brunson at the edge of space filling
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a lifelong dream, taking a great leap towards making space tourism a reality urgent galactic ring rocket reached a few kilometers above i'm an artist wildfire of the year in california as raging along the border with nevada during a brutal heat wave, whether natural, 30000000 people across the western united states. reports of big protests in cuba, capital, havana, and all the cities with people demanding an end to the countries. 62 year communist rule and august and joins us via on the phone from havana. so tell us what's going on. so for the last 2 or 3 hours here in the capsule based on 7 other cities across key. but that in protest with hundreds of people who set up the preparations and with the panoramic undermines in case numbers of code
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that in cuba. and also people are quite a group of people if they can get the seats on this. the other company would actually take the piece of news, but political process in cuba. so far, the process, i think in terms of i'm speaking to you and i've seen hundreds of people in the street so far in the eastern provinces in the western cities of say go to san for those to las vegas. and is it like these will be allowed to continue? i think the government is doing everything kind of to keep a lid on just a moment. there are on verified videos i'm looking to buy or plain clothes security says kind get away from the process that may or may not be true. i'm always rather cancelled when looking at videos facebook specially and keep it because there's a great industry minutes dollars. the constant united states sort of history of
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some of these videos, but i'm a little bit off an hour ago. so i have very heavy police presence in nevada. the internet is still hasn't yet because i can see but is unstable. going in and out. the president republic address the nation about an hour ago calling for the guardians of the revolution, people who are in favor of the revolution to come out and defend revolution. so we're going to see how things progress look at the time in cuba. the last, yes is internet access as increased an awful lot that a lot of these people think this is the moment whenever i was going to get to the streets. and so far it hasn't happened. but today that has been confirmed to the man that he's not the biggest process and give us for decades with hundreds of people very sickly through us. and thank you very much deeds that to you. but thank you me
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south korea is imposing tougher restrictions in the capital from monday after recording another, 1300 infections in the last 24 hours. so neighboring areas will move to the strictest level of social distancing the 1st time from monday. schools and bonds will be closed and restaurants are only allowed, limited seating, and h, a surge is being blamed on the delta variant of current of ours, with cases of the strain tripling in one week. robert bride as war from soul on the surge cases. i think what's really worried, the thirty's here is just the speed of this surge that pretty much overnight. we've seen almost a doubling of new cases being recorded in the last few days received over 1300 new cases per day. a lot of this seems to be have to do with the people. premise show the it seems, letting down that god in part it's partly due to the delta variance,
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but only a small number of those cases. largely, it seems to be people going out more not taking the kind of restrictions that they should do in that in parties. because as we roll out, the vaccination campaign around 30 percent of the population have now had at least one job. and as we are getting people vaccinated, the government has been putting got messages saying that if i really try to incentivize people, that when that number comes up, they will get at the vaccination. so for example, if you've had one job than ever now you need to be where we go mosque in public. if you're completely vaccinated, you can be meeting in larger groups. and this is had the effect of almost telling people that we are emerging from this. and of course we haven't been people have been going out for the people who've been getting infected in these clusters would have been largely impacting around the sol area. have been younger people, people in the twenties and thirties a while around a 3rd of the population has been vaccinated. they've that sexual population,
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which is largely unvaccinated, and somewhat vulnerable. australia has reported its 1st growth virus death of the year and a 2021 record of $77.00 new cases in the state of new south wales states is battling an outbreak of the highly infectious delta variant. the country's biggest city sidney has already been under locked down for 3 weeks. despite the restrictions, the states, primarily expecting cases to rise and the lockdown to be extended. further, australia has had a relatively low number of current of ours cases throughout the pandemic. but it's vaccination rollout has also been sluggish or protests in support of jail. south african former president jacob's humor of spread to the country's biggest city johannesburg. major roads were closed after incidence of looting. in some areas, several trucks were set on fire and the cars are going to child province on friday night. 2 days after zoom was jailed for refusing to appear at a corruption inquiry. the 62 people have been arrested since friday,
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south african presidency around the f o has condemned violence and says the rest will further damage the pandemic. katie economy. i'm good because right now i'm on my way today. so when i called back yesterday today, 1 o'clock, there also, i couldn't even get home. i was good leave. it's an opportunistic for other people . it cannot be the phrase they are some other thing that i he didn't design that. why the show being looted, why they taking stuff from the shop. that's the question. why the pending carts? so the more today, dozens of schools in nigeria have been forced to close to, to a succession of mass kidnappings of students. the tax have ended the education of many pupils, but somebody has refused to be scared off and the taking risks to trace their dreams. one of the students kidnapped from a boy's school in the northwest spiritual to 0,
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but how he determined to get an education despite the dangerous my name is alicia, do my school is romance. i'm going to going to come here. actually i want to go to us and going to school and find a no glass. i don't like my that a new go woman. i was going to school. so i and i was the one and the national manager because in the area, afternoon energy, i mean that is when i went to city, my little managed was it was, i know that he said that he is not require and said that the landing is not would you tell us that in the land doing is not good
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is learning is good because mama righty he's learning students who are very angry and the trees is nice of trees in the bush. me i was calling because i do think the have the new situation. where am i one that i will i have to rhoda and the fight and said that we should move up to i don't anything come from even way. you said the illusion will that i wouldn't be able to through to you. she would to now you're going to school to his line african authority say they've installed an anti missile system at campbell airport
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to counter incoming rockets, foreign troops due to complete their withdrawal from the country by september. the 11th, despite the ton of and taking control of dozens of districts in recent weeks, groups as it now controls 85 percent left kind of stone rising concerns a capital could soon come under attack with nature keen to secure a vital exit route for foreign diplomats kinda phones president shotgunning assist . he's enabled american troops to leave the country with dignity, if treated with the taliban to end their offensive. oh cool. is that a pool of water? we want peace with every one is 22402600 afghans killed every day. who will benefit from this? i will tell you about oregon dub. the taliban destroyed 3 bridges that cost at least $50000000.00. they bombed a 1000 home. thousands of people gathered earlier to commemorate the 1995 sherburne
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. it's a massacre and buried 19 newly identified victims of genocide 26 years after they were murdered. 16 men, 2 teenage boys and one women were laid to rest. during more than $6600.00 of the victims of the massacre of an $8000.00 machine was the men and boys were killed around tribune. he said during the bosnian war, it was the worst mass murder in europe since the 2nd world war 100. there's tara dumas, which as more from the memorial, ensure bernice 26 years later, 19 victims of the 7th genocide have found there. it is the youngest, among them was just 16 years old when he was killed in the oldest ad, 63 years after the memorial, there is still a community that live in severance and some of the challenges they face. one of the challenges they face and they emphasize on is the genocide denial. and that was the theme of the collaboration. the genocide, denial has the genocide,
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denial is the lay of the latest or the last stage of genocide. and it can indicate on other future suffering. that is why this issue is really important for the victims. bosnia and herzegovina doesn't have a law that forbids genocide denial. because the bosnian serbs have the power of you know, in the parliament and they are using that power to block block, bringing that law into power on the other handling. traditional community has tools in the office of the high representative to bring that law into power regardless of the parliament and the veto in the parliament. there are some indications that the current high representative, valentin in school who is leaving office at the end of this month might in the next days or weeks bring the flow into power. and in a way to bring a legacy to his tenure as the,
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as the high representative of international community in bosnia, in bulgaria, exit polls show, promise, boy co boris off. now, early winning the countries 2nd national election in a year. but once again, you could struggle to form a coalition to secure a 4th term or source g e r b party is projected to win between 22 and 23 percent of the vote. falling short of a majority, the n t l e party led by tv host slavery tree for off looks set to finish just behind, with around 21 percent. but chief officers, he opposes any coalition with mainstream parties, raising the possibility of a deadlocked parliament tradition. traditional main opposition. socialist party is expected to finish. 3rd on 15 percent. and the democratic bulgaria party, which was boosted by last year's protest, is projected to wind around 13 percent. so you're going to go reports for the 2nd time this year, the lining up to cast their ballots. and the summit, this polling station in the capital, sophia, a change from the old order count comes soon enough. nathan, as a pro maxima,
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i will vote for real changes and for our children to have a better future that you've got 2 twins. i believe this is all for good. the bulgarian people will receive the outcome they desire. of course, it's a tight race. the right wing populace deb party of the full prime minister bicycle body soap has dominated bulgaria in the past 10 years. but there are signs that the country has been growing weary of his leadership, and the allegations of corruption that of swelled around him. they thought they would scare me off that they would put me down. i am the most dangerous, but i'm scared. nothing that is heal. there are other contenders, including the anti establishment and party headed by singer and tv host, sloppy people know that people of himself is not standing. his party had been neck and neck in the pulse with bodies of got up. there is also, he still yvonne of a lawyer and co leader of the democratic bulgaria coalition, who spoke to
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a series of anti corruption protest in the country. one of the poorest in the european union body self has come increasingly under fire of accusations of corruption, which he denies. allegations of, embezzlement, intimidation and vote to fraud have cost him support if he has continued to double down by accusing opposition. parties of electoral interference, touch the nipple. the situation is turbulent and unpredictable. what will come after the vote appears clearer. that is the will to form the governments that's coming from society itself, not so much from certain politicians, but this time it will be hard to bypass the people. even if body self does managed to win the most vote, he may still be unable to form a coalition government which could trigger yet another snap election later this year if the public haven't already decided otherwise. sen, yeah, go al jazeera corruption was also topic in mal davis snap parliamentary elections
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on sunday. preliminary results indicate the president's party and secured just over 42 percent of the vote. my us, andrew's pro west party had been sharing power lawmakers aligned to have pro russia predecessor. ego don't reportedly managed, so she 3 percent sandy accuses don't of blocking her anti corruption efforts. she call the election hoping to win. a majority of his political landscape is split between the pro europeans and pro russians. civilians appear to have overwhelmingly rejected changes to the countries water laws in a referendum. the government says the amendments would secure more funds to protect bodies of water on improving flood defenses and construction regulations. of our mentalist say the legal changes threatening the country's famous lakes and rivers, making it easier to build in coastal, unlike sod areas. still had this news, our account film festival goes green charger, visited a green tax and given climate change films toppling england shot it with
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a record early go in the final of the euro trip. 20 option italian equalizer is now going to penalties coming up with ah coveted beyond well taken without hesitations, who died for? carla finds out a lot of new babies. what i did not think it's neglected babies to death. people empower, investigate, exposes, and questions they used to be of our around the globe on al jazeera. most people will never know what's beyond these doors, the deafening silence of 100000 how it feels
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to touch danger every day. most people will never know what it's like to work with. every breath is pressure with fear is not an option. but when most people oh a. during the 2019 cans film festival more than 22000 plastic water bottles were handed out. this year the event has gone green, long overdue commitment includes several measures to offset its carbon footprint. it also launched a new standalone film section focusing on climate change. dr. butler met with some
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passengers. the french saw maya garcia who produced one of these 7 films selected. you documentary bigger than off follows environmental campaigner malati visa and i . she travels the world to meet other young activists for injectors. mario katia produced the film. she says the young people in it give her hope because they have a lot to teach us. they have a lot to say. and just because they're aware of the situation more than older generations and, and because they act, they do things because he's one of a number of films about climate change. the can film festival when organizes if given ecology, top billing for the 1st time. this is the can have to pay a green tags. it is money that is used to all set for festivals. carbon footprint is an example of how the movie industry is increasingly trying to tackle. it's put
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loosing practices with foss. thanks knowledge, cruise, transportation, and travel film productions can be big polluters. but paul, to the industry are changing. profile studios, near my say offers a more sustainable way to make films. solar panels provide power set for recycled and light. so no energy motional. there's only this. i want to leave a better planet for my children. and sustainability is also important in terms of marketing. because many movie companies want to film and clean green studios. so this gives us an advantage on the power set of historic drama to furnish president this consultancy sustainable filmmaking, which uses waste and cost this tommy the heavier we can easily lower films, carbon footprint, but not using generators for example. but we also try a whole system for everyone, including suppliers to think differently. because yeah, it's essential that the industry adapt. i'm really thankful that they're taking
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this you know this turn because because it's, it's, we must face an act, a c on festival that attracts tens of thousands of people from around. the world isn't an obvious standard bearer for the climate emergency fight. but when it comes to raising awareness, what happens in can gets noticed. natasha butler just sarah can now is andy with his vote. the news it is the final of football here a paying championship is still going on. it's lee may king, sorry, england making a dream starts against wembley loot. sure. scoring here inside 2 minutes
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for fantastic. so give me one minutes and 56 seconds to go into your final. so his 1st ever go to england because it's leave behind the 1st on the so that lasted until the sick, the 7 minutes when veteran defend leon out of the new t equalize the state, one all not even extra time could separate the penalty. it has gone to penalties, we're still in the penalty shootout. so we're while we're waiting for a result, let's have to when b stadium. so about correspondent hold brennan, who was still waiting for the outcome of that penalty. she gave us an idea as to what the atmosphere is be like around wembley today. so far. it's been a policy around the stadium. the one,
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several 1000 ticket was from tech support and she came down for the stadium to absorb the atmosphere. i've been here since before 2 o'clock this afternoon. i mean, we're well in the 8th and a half 99 hours of effectively partying outside. i say that penalties, you've got these on at the moment. people are hearing it here by sort of a slight delay because of the way the data works. they cheer them at the gas when the penalty is safe. a moment though, what happened is they they run all the way up the steps outside the stadium on that area and i've been them ever since basically, since that's not, that's that patient. i'm just totally penalty has been saved as well. so the tension don't then you probably haven't, you're those people reacting to save up the italian penalties. i thought the thing is told them until the penalty sheet south is ever going to end pull. what we had
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over to adam reiney, who's in, in rome for his where i think it's really full that just about one it. the penalty she's that goes on out and give us some idea of what the atmosphere is being like in rome today. incredibly exciting at the same time. the final penalty is about to be locked in italy has one, right, as we're live here because people really just walk in and you can be a rapturous crowd celebrating the 1st victory for italy. your big be of course england is never one and they wanted it just did bad, but just look at the celebration. it just happened just now. when during the final week for england, ensuring victory mean an incredible pertinent to make for
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343 and which one on defeated? that's an incredible journey will say, didn't make the 2018 world. and this is what it looks like here on the street. and i don't know if the everything the, the country is being true during co payment, the manager in the plays, it's more than 60000 anyone precautions across the country. ideally had tried to squash the pandemic concerns of the delta various. but just making the sound of italian celebrating this victory deferred in more than 50 years . the coach and the plays of sorts about the countries being true. we've covered 19 and what this would mean to the people just give us a sense as to if this tournament has to help bring the country back together and bring some positivity back to actually will.
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exactly. italy, was it country in the west? hit so hard by the panoramic and the country has just rallied around the theme in this tournament. thing is much more than just football. many times that told me that they needed to turn it and come back of this. the only thing is right, denton redemption berg football dean and had a belt. thank was connie 18 and also redemption covering so much pain anguish in depth. it's clearly about much more than football. the board we've all been going through around the world and this past year in italy, field by the considering the history i told you about a moment ago. the 1st question to be so hard. and i want to guy, death build and all of your and just just finally out in the fact it's the managed to do this in england's own stadium that must make the win extra special for these
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fans. the exactly, exactly. adam rainy joining is that live from where i'm thank you so much for that ignite for italy wedding the european championship for the 1st time since 1968 there in bates and run this lasted almost 3 years continues visit, seem remember that didn't qualify for the last will cut will now be hoping to come to cap and maybe when the world cup in 2020. okay. that his high school's looking for now let's get back to lauren in london and richardson. thank you very much, and that's it for me to, for caesar, i'll be here in a minute with another 4 run up the day. thanks very much. watch the
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