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it is, let's get a grid fluff react to this, taking norway to court over arctic thrilling county. the calls on our just 0 the. ready i feel says it's responsible for a bomb attack at a busy market in iraq. at least one people have done. ah, other kinds of elvis is there a lot from doha also coming up. if you abuse, make them has been filled for a 2nd time. the project is causing big, confirms downstream chinese accused by the us and allies of being behind
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a global hacking campaign. emails website worldwide. the binding administration freeze its 1st prisoner from guantanamo bay and said that once to shot it so good. ah, i saw has claimed responsibility for a bomb attack that has killed at least 31 people at a busy market in iraq. the explosion went off in the crowded area of southern city, a suburb of the capital bank that dozens of people have been injured. tuesday is the 1st official day of eden iraq. so many people, well shopping, the religious holidays who had sent this report from the scene where we're now in a little halo market. this is, were the explosion happened. the attack that killed and injured dozens of innocent civilians including women and children, re behind me not far from where i'm standing now. the explosion happens hours
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ago and no security forces say that it is an explosive device. investigations are still under way and the government of prime minister must have all kinds of he has to go to arrest again is the command of the police commander who's leading the security on it, patrolling the area. now, as you know, this is the eve, this is the eve of the is feasible applies for muslim here. and iraq and people who are just trying to get ready to celebrate the aid by coming through this market on try to shop for now, according to health medical services, there are women and children among the victims. and as you know, this attack comes less than 24 hours since the security forces, and i was hit. the apprehension of an ice high ranking lead
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european engineers working on africa's largest hydro electric dam have reached a controversial milestone. the 2nd phase of filling the colossal reservoir behind the gran ethiopian renee sounds damn has been completed. but it's a huge source of warry for downstream countries who don and egypt. catherine, for it has more from anti supple. the completion of the filling of the grand renaissance. dumb is a milestone in if you appear the countries entered minnes stuff. the last you bet kelly, who was on site to witness the end of the process that started ali this month, said the heavy rains this season. made everything easier, high level moment. we are now putting the turbines from what we call unit 10. we're installing the shaft unit 10. as soon as some important works completely. in a few months, it's all about connecting it to the transformers. and this will provide the biggest outcome of this work, the people who are generating electric power in back. but it is
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a controversial project that has raised regional tensions. so down in egypt who rely on the river nile for most needs, a worried about the impact to the old water flows previous stock, mediated by the african union to hammer out a binding agreement on operations of the dom. how fields some analysts are concerned about the overall effect of the dam on the environment. this huge amount, which is almost more than 75 percent of the natural river flow, will have a great impact on the environment by reducing even the flooding of the manufacturers along the blue line and really packed the water level and the amount of demand and the life of fisheries on song. many europeans are united behind the project. up to 65000000 of them are not connected to the electricity, greed, many europeans, they talk to
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a very passionate about the construction of good. they from all walks of life, raised money to good words. the construction of the went to villages where people have never had electricity, industries that have been affected by frequent power cars. and they told us that they eagerly waiting for the benefits of the dumb officials from sudan, egypt, and a few p is no appetite for an outright water conflict and have expressed willingness to go back to talks. they're all in consensus that a binding legal document is needed on how what is to be the largest hydro electric todd. them in africa will be operated. the problem has always been the beetle in that agreement catching. so you are the 0. i'd be saba, if you have a morgan is in cartoon with sedans, reaction to the 2nd, filling of them. while hours after a few few government announced that he had finished a 2nd filling of the few ban renaissance them. sudan government issued
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a statement saying that it rejects this unilateral move that was carried out by government, especially in light of the fact that no agreement has been reached. between sudan, if europe in egypt over the filling and operation of the dam. now the government of the dance also expressed concern over the safety of with errors dam once if you appeal and now that it has completed the 2nd filling the gate of the repair is down, which is just about a 100 kilometers away from the renaissance. them were open to allow excess water to flow out so that it can make room for the water that is coming from the european highlands, specifically from the ground. if your printer is on fam, for the government says it is concerned about millions of civilian poll live along the bank of the nile, and who rely on the river for sources, especially because they have seen the impacts of different filling. take them as long running corruption trial has been adjourned until tuesday, when the court will rule that can go ahead virtually the former south african president denies charges of fraud corruption and money laundering that links to
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a 2 $1000000000.00 alms deal with a french defense. and not the 990. on july, the 7th consumer has it himself in 2 police to serve a 15 month prison sentence on a separate case is arrest fox day is a violence and looting. fidel smith has more from outside the course and peter mertz this case goes back to 1999. when jacob zoom was deputy president, an indication of how long the form of precedence trials and tribulations have dominated the political scene. here in south africa, it concerns allegations of fraud over the sale and purchase, a fighter jets, a military hardware from 5 european companies. the one in this case is policy jacob zoom. it denies any rolling corruption, sodas, toddlers. now the trial only got going in may after many, many, germans over the years. and then a couple of weeks ago, zoom was jailed for refusing to give evidence to a government corruption. inquiry that sparked the violence that swept these
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countries to most popular populace provinces in the last week. and there were concerns that with the trial restarting today, that would be another focus for violence. a load, zoom in, supporters did not turn up in court. and peter mart spurred on monday, zoom as defense lawyer want this case adjourned again, its being heard virtually at the moment. they wanted to journey until zoom is able to pay in person to make his case. the judge will rule on that application. on tuesday, the u. s u k into other allies are accusing china of protecting hackers engaging in malicious cyber activity, including the breach of the microsoft exchange email server. earlier this year. they say hacker groups, protected by basing were responsible, compromising tens of thousands of computers worldwide. it's one of a range of cyber threats. china is being blamed for, including ransomware attacks involving millions of dollars to the best of my
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knowledge. and i'm getting report tomorrow morning. and this detailing for my understanding is that the chinese government, not unlike the russian government, is not doing this themselves, but or protecting those who are doing it, maybe even accommodating and being able to do it. montana has more now from washington d. c. well, it seems that president biden is attempting to leave himself some maneuvering room with regard to any potential action that will be taken against china. as happened earlier this year, when russia was accused of packing, there were sanctions imposed at no suggestion as yet that sanctions are going to be imposed on china following these allegations. although the white house has just said that it is the right to take the action against china should prove necessary. but the u. s. insist that the chinese ministry of state security has been
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coordinating these attacks may be through outside hackers as we heard from president biden there. but certainly under the control of the chinese ministry of states security. but what is significant about all of this is how big the alliance is in terms of basically naming and shaming china. you've got new zealand, australia, japan, nato, b, u, old joining, the us protest against these actions. and this is the 1st time you had as an action on such a why the basis against china. and this though, is part of the president violence problem in that some of those allies would be reluctant to impose sanctions against china, given their massive reliance on china in many areas. so the president is attempting to walk a fine line here, keeping his alliance together. but at the same time, not allowing any of them to leave because the u. s. unilaterally imposed the sanctions that others don't agree with. russia says it's successfully test fire to
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a new hypersonic cruise missile, the compliance 7 times the speed of felled. the circuit missile has been talented by russia as superior to rivals existing arsenals, president random proof and claims the technology is false enough to bypass us defense systems. i've got astonish, withdrawing a diplomatic star from pakistan. after the brief abduction of the ambassador's daughter in the capital, if i'm above the rel, between the neighbors is taking a turn for the worst of the african government accuses pakistan of supporting the ton of bomb. it all comes ahead of pakistan. hosting talks next week, following the withdrawal of foreign troops from afghanistan. charlotte palace has the latest from the african capital campbell. they are very upset about this. there has been tweets from politicians, even the telephone condemnations that this ambassadors daughter, her name was sicily alley he'll. she's 26 years old and she was adopted in his lama
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bad on friday by what the foreign ministry says is unknown assailants. but she was held for a number of hours. she was tortured, she had wrote marks, number of injuries, and she required hospital attention. so the foreign ministry has reacted by recalling it saturday by recalling, talk to filaments from his law. i'm a bad bringing them back here until they say, course unquote, security threats are removed, but talking to politicians here, they do believe that this was some type of state sanctions at 10 that they believe it was and painted to seems some type of message. so they are very unhappy, a lot of tweets today saying that they want justice to be served against whoever did this, against this 26 year old girl. now i do need to put in the context of the relationship between us canister and pakistan right now. it has really deteriorated as a security situation has deteriorated and it all came to a climax. last week when the taliban took control of
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a border crossing hoops been bolduc. it's in kinds of high, it connects with talk of on the 2nd busiest crossing and f canister. now the telephone took control of it on wednesday and for 2 days negotiated with the pakistan government directly to re open it and it reopened on the telephone control . and that really escalated the relationship situation between afghanistan and pakistan. war of words ensued between the politicians and that happened on friday the same day that the ambassadors daughter was also abducted still ahead on al jazeera. and it's not time in the midst of restrictions falling to the warning, it could lead to $100.00. the case de germany's government, thanks for criticism over its flood preparations of bells and evaluate the costs their lives and their home a
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hello. their hot and dry conditions are continuing to fuel wild fires across western areas of north america, the largest fire burning along that oregon, california border. and it seems like it is going to continue fire fight as a struggling to bring it under control. not just because of the conditions, but because of the high temperatures and those are going to continue to rise over the next few days for west and the areas of the us as well as western areas of canada. and we've had excessive heat warnings out from one china and idaho, but it's also the, the rockies in the northern plains, as well as the canadian prairies. that is seen those temperatures continue to climb . now further south to the south west, we've got the monsoons bringing storms and showers. welcome rain for arizona, but we have seen some flash flooding here. we could see that in new mexico where
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those rains are expected for more, more heavily across those deep south states though the rains do continue, we could see some storms affecting georgia and into the carolinas. but for the north east, we have got a welcome break from the wet weather on tuesday. as we go into wednesday, we are expecting more storms, particularly affecting new york. and we will see the temperature dip down to the average the weather bag. energy and change to every part of our universe. more small. to continue the change all around the shape by technology and human ingenuity. we can make it work for you and your business.
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the the vacuum al jazeera, reminder of our top stories this all i feel has claimed responsibility for a bomb attack that is killed at least 31 people at a busy market in iraq went off in the crowded area that our city tuesday is the 1st official days, eden rock, so many people were out shopping for holiday. the 2nd phase of filling the controversial ground ethiopian renee on them is complete. the issue has re tensions anybody who does want a binding deal of the feeling and the dams operation of corruption trying to form
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a south african president jacob's room that has been adjourned until tuesday. he denies the charges only of the month of whom it turned himself into police on a separate case. his arrest led to days of violence from the white house as its aiming to close the guantanamo bay prison. it follows the 1st prisoner release under the job binding administration. a white house correspondent kimberly hawk. it has more. he was held for almost 2 decades without charge at guantanamo bay detention facility in 2016 review panel recommended abdul latino monsieur b repatriated to his home country. but it didn't happen until this month. the 1st release says the us president joe biden took office. this individual who we now it's a transfer of the part of the fence announce a transfer have had been, had started moving through the process during the obama biden administration and was on pause for some period of time over the last 4 years. this year was captured
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by pakistani agents and held at guantanamo since 2002. the u. s. alleged he trained in a car to cabs and cooperated with the summer ban. lawton, who orchestrated the september 11th attacks and attorney for to sir said the charges were unjustified. add the suffering endured by his client. it's a stain on america. i know. following the 2001 attacks the guantanamo bay prison was created by president george bush to house those captured by us forces following invasions of f, gamma stem and iraq. there were allegations of torture and abuse, and questions about the lawfulness of the military tribunals. at its height, within $700.00 men were held at the facility for years without char ghetto and its prisoners infamous orange jumpsuits became an international symbol of prolonged imprisonment. i'm absolutely committed to closing the tension facility at
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guantanamo. and then continue to make the case for doing so. as long as i hold this office, president obama pledge to close guantanamo throughout his 8 year term, but was never able to overcome the legal and political obstacles. and we're going to load it up with some bad dudes. believe me, we're going to load it up. in contrast, president trump signed an executive order with an office to keep the prison open. and this year is recommended release was stalled. until now, you're considering all available avenues to responsibly transfer the teenage and of course, close guantanamo day. 39 prisoners remain at guantanamo bay. prison, just 11, have been charged with war crimes. earlier this year, president biden said he was reviewing the future of the u. s. military prison with the goal of completely closing it by 20. 20 for. kimberly. how can al jazeera the white house? he's interim prime minister has agreed to step down,
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ending the leadership battle that followed the assassination of president of another movies called joseph. told the washington post newspaper that he and ariel and re heads met privately to resolve dispute. 71 year olds and re, had been appointed by movies to be prime minister, but was not sworn. and he received backing from the international community to leave the country. me across the us concerns about another karone of our research have had wall street investors say fears of the fast spreading, delta very and may stagger economic recovery. it comes as cases rise in all 50 states. gabriel elizondo reports from new york fears of the delta various going up leading tories of more luck downs and further strain on the global economy. and thus the stock market going down monday was the worst day for the market this year
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. the dow was down more than 2 percent, while the s and p was also in the red closing down more than one and a half percent. adding to the worries on monday, the us centers for disease control issued a more severe warning, telling us citizens they should avoid traveling to the united kingdom. for us, for the most part is back open. earlier this month, there was even a parade in new york city, celebrating essential workers to help the city get through the worst moments of pandemic. but was the celebration premature there worries of how renewed locked downs to combat the delta variant? could stall the u. s. economy and suppress global economic growth. investors also worried about creeping inflation, but the delta vary is not new. so why are the market suddenly reacting to it now i think there's just a lot of move me going on in the overall break. you have to darien,
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you haven't patient, and you had a market that was at all. so i think it gives people a reason to say, hey, i need to start to take some prop. but the stock market is not always the best indicator of how there really economy is doing. and that's why on monday president joe biden was quick to point out a different economic indicator that looks a lot more promising. and that's jobs. the economy was sputtering before i got here, and he only $60000.00 jobs per month work for 3 months before i was sworn in. but now, 6 months later we've changed that. we've gone from $60000.00 jobs per month 260000 jobs every 3 days. mondays market was not a collapse but a worry, some wobble. at least a sign that covert jitters will linger for a while longer. the next 3 weeks will be key to determining the variance path and the future of the economic recovery. gabriel's hondo which is either new york's
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health officials in senegal, a warning that covered 19 cases arising dramatically there. there was a record of nearly 1400 cases reported on saturday. nearly a 3rd of new corona, virus infections and cynical from the delta variance of the united kingdom has recorded almost 40000 new cases of corona virus. on the same day that almost all restrictions in england came to an end. what's become known as freedom de sol, face masks no longer needed in social distance, involved scraps. don't get a warning. they could soon be a $100000.00 cases. a day. john hall reports from london. how many young people this was the ultimate expression of freedom. nightclubs, roaring back to life in the early hours of monday morning with the lifting of 19 restrictions. freedom day as its been called comes as 50000 people in england test positive daily. one of the highest infection rates in the world,
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and among the vulnerable, even with the vaccine, wrote out 277 people died last week. there's a loss of concerning information coming out, which shows rising hospitalizations in the u. k. writing case number, the attendant consent of the writing number of people suffering from long have it sent to this country. but also just in the last 24 hours, we'll say we're starting to hear from dr. is that and it just services starting to have clinic services cancelled because at the high rate, the staff thickness and isolation that's needing to happen. the government strategy to allow the virus to spread among the young means more than 800000 school children were sent into isolation at home last week. scientists have warned a fertile conditions for new variant mutations needing parents to worry about the ongoing risk. i want to give up the mosque and not know my children or my husband. we want we, we where the mosque a majority of the public, according to opinion,
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polls agree. it may not be law any longer to keep a social distance or where a mosque indoors, but most people don't feel confident enough to dispense with them altogether. and is this the national health service at pinging away incessantly telling hundreds of thousands of people to self isolate each week? because a close contact has tested positive and each ping means income. last stop. shortage is holiday planned in ruins. oh, on a brighter note. singing is back band since the start of the pandemic, which means the return of churchgoers and theater audiences. but as the prime minister knows, there is no freedom from the virus itself. it is to proceed cautiously in the way that we are also right to recognize the damage is far from over. both johnson and treasury secretary richey soon i have been forced to isolate
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because of close contact with a confirmed case to most senior members of the government. then celebrating freedom day at home, joan al jazeera london, an army of volunteers has been helping people in germany who were badly hit by last week's devastating floods. the boston isn't the historic town of bat, you're not out. wyler, which she found, covered the thick layer of mud r. while it does not look anything like the popular to its found known for its been yard. instead of finally reopening their restaurants and shops of the month of love down rapid and clearing tons of debris, some y stopped from kilometers away according to residence. local, please have markets and try to offer mental support, listening to relatives who lost their loved ones. like a man in his church witness, his parents being swept away, told me the image of the woman being swept away, waving her hand crying for help. you know,
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i have to i didn't, didn't make it. and i'm not sure if they were found. like most people living along the small river, our residence never expected to be hit by a 10 meter away for flood water. some ran for safety to the local graveyard. 2 doors on the floor of the cross the whole night for for 5 hours, 6 hours and holds the cross, he holding on with his arms all his powers and lived. it's one of the many miracles in our town at the moment. together with a neighbor, margaret crawford celebrated their feel. 5 will. they were stuck on the top floor while downstairs. everything filled up with water. she thought she was going to die . guess and um, yeah, my knuckle didn't put it yesterday with my neighbor. we sat in front of the house and i got 2 glasses and we opened
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a bottle of wine and said cheers to each other to the new year. and other woman found okay, 5 days after she had left it behind and flooded the house. yeah. yeah . what is striking in the wind city of iowa is he optimism survivors who have lost everything but a simply happy to be alive by keeping themselves busy with the largest clean up the city has ever seen. they don't need to think about everything they loft, but community leaders say that moment will eventually come. while there things might be replaceable, the trauma of losing their businesses and their life's work may be stuck with them forever. i'm afraid of the situation. that's not long away was the situation when people are finished with work, they have nothing to do that time to read. and i'm afraid that then the situation
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is the people are falling apart inside of them. so far, the spirit in this down despite the enormous mass, is one of confidence and hope that together they will get through this steadfast and al jazeera lap 1000000 are wireless in germany. across months of germany, the story is the same. adam rainy is about 40 kilometers away, where cobblestone streets were washed away, and businesses ruined. we're here in the historic bar town of bob move the rifle and the clean up operation is in full swing. we have vigor picking up all the debris that was stacked up and left behind from the rushing flood waters that have receded now. and we've seen half a dozen towns like this across this region. there's dozens of other gives you sense of the scope of the damage that germany is dealing with and to get it better since just take a look around this town, which is famous in the summer for tourists coming to take part in and visit the
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spies and shop and some of the high end stores and you kind of traditional stores in this town in northwestern germany, this main street was covered in cobblestones. most of that have been stripped away because of the flooding. you can see that the earth caved in more than a meter and some spaces more than 2 meters. some of these historic buildings are actually being propped up by steel polls. and when you walk around this street, you step on the fastball that was the foundation of the cobblestones above them in the asphalt is so weak after being dog and water log that it breaks under the weight when you walk around. so germany is just now coming to terms with the billions of years of destruction. damage that it's going to have to somehow repair and rebuild in the coming months if not years. ah.

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