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the challenges they face couldn't be more daunting here. and beta we were the one who had life on what was going on. and the way the most me media didn't. there's nothing stuff that goes on is always in a dynamic formation. we have the agency to create the vibe of the generation on al jazeera. ah, i rail already becomes haiti's new prime minister after weeks that uncertainty following this destination of the president. ah, hello, i'm don. jordan, this is out there at life and also coming up a close ally of donald trump is charged with illegal lobbying. so the u. a thomas barrack was the chairman of the former us president in ogre fund. more than 10000 people are forced to leave their homes due to flooding in china's non province. and
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he's promising reform, but any half the population supposed to look at the challenges ahead for peruse. new president and i. haiti has a new prime minister after 2 weeks of uncertainty following the assassination of its president. the death of juvenile movies lead to a power struggle. well, now following an international intervention, i real already has emerged as the trouble nations new leader under gallagher report . the formal swearing in of our l. andrias haiti's new prime minister is an attempt to en days of uncertainty following the assassination of president javan. i'm always acting prime minister close joseph appeared to be in charge following the brazen attack on movies. he stepped aside to allow armory to take the reins. the 71 year old neurosurgeon is calling for unity, but he's facing a long list of social and political issues that we will create a secure, reliable,
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and stable environment to facilitate political activities throughout the country. we will expect massive participation in the next presidential election. the highest participation of citizens of voting age on re, is appointed his cabinet with the goal of leading haiti to new elections that's been problematic previously leading to my ruling by decree. but hey, teach future may depend on a free and fair vote. next help up us up with this government wide, think for the people they are unpopular, they're only thinking for the late again at the expense of the haitian people. we can expect anything serious from this government. this is why we say to this new government, welcome, because to be the haitian people we want actions from then. we would like the new government to solve the crisis of the country to solve the problems of slum neighborhoods. many haitians see these as dangerous times and unreason to national backing is regarded by some as a problem. anybody, they sort of back or anoint or push is going to be seen with
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a lot of skepticism by the haitian people. i think people are, are very wary of international community involvement in haiti at this time, but of course they want aid, but they don't want the interference and a meddling for the movie memorial services for 53 o job anomaly said being held even as the investigation into his assassination continues on tuesday, haitian authorities made more arrests, including people said to be police officers that they appear no closer to finding out why he was kill last. not a cowardly assassination of the president of the republic constitutes a real national drama. we have a duty to consider it at such, including those in hiding and in any counter conflict. while the international community is pushing, this impoverished nation to hold elections, other se voting won't solve haiti's problems. many key institutions have failed,
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gangs control large parts of puerto prince and the economy lays in ruins. stakes the haiti couldn't be hired under galka al jazeera, an ally in friend of former us president donald trump has been arrested on foreign lobbying charges. the us justice department says thomas bracken, 2 others, a charge with acting as agents of the united arab emirates around shed trump's integral fund and helped him get elected. the 3 men are accused of seeking to influence us public opinion in favor of the lady. let's take a closer look at the charges against barrack prosecutor said he provided us with sensitive information about the trumpet administration, including how senior us officials felt about the blockade on cut off. authorities also say that in may 2016, iraq inserted language, praising the u. a, in a campaign speech that trump delivered about u. s. energy policy, iraq's or the alleged i repeated a lie during an f b. i interview about his dealings with b, m r r t s. my car has more now from washington,
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dc. he himself is still in custody. the prosecutors say that he is a flight risk, given his immense wealth, access to a private air crop deep relationships with countries like lebanon and u, a saudi arabia. so we have heard nothing from him and unlikely to until he actually appears at possibly a bail hearing, prosecutor's refusing bail at this particular stage, because he's applied risk. but all in all this 7 indictments against thomas barrack, very serious indictments. indeed, among them that he lied to federal agents during a interview in june 2019 about these specific events. but one must look to at the why the context of this is that the prosecutors say that the between the dates of donald comes in over ation for the next 3 years. the u. a. e and saudi arabia, it's close allies, put some $1500000000.00 into racks at supper, and wealth fund,
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a vast amount of money indicating that they were paying for services. being given, at least 12 people have been killed in the chinese city of jung show as severe flooding sweeps through the central region with more rain forecast official sat down could collapse at any moment. gillian will have the story. flood water wreaking havoc across china's hernon province. the damage visible as far as the i can see, the army is warning. one of the region stricken dams may collapse at any time risking the lives of around 7000000 people. already downpours have flooded streets, stranding travelers bringing the region to a standstill. cars completely submerged as residents are swept away under ground, unmistakable panic among these passengers trapped inside a submerged subway. cars way steep waters rising to their shoulders.
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emergency crews reportedly opening a hole in the roof, evacuating passengers and one by one. the. this terrifying moment shows by standards swallowed by a sink hole with a crowd merrily rescuing this woman the deafening explosion. at this hour minimum factory, after a nearby river burst its banks, the flood water mixed with chemicals. lighting up the night sky. the government has been upgrading its emergency response with crews working round the clock to rescue residents inside their flooded homes and cars. increase organization and climate change has worse and the impact of floods in recent years. this is the most rain for the region has seen in 6 decades, with no sign of letting up any time soon. gillian wolf, al jazeera and katrina. you joins us live now from beijing as we saw that katrina,
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this flooding in who nonprofits has been pretty severe. i mean, how badly has it affected critical infrastructure in the region? hi darn well it's had a huge impact on infrastructure in young joe, for some parts of the city for 24 hours. residents have been without electricity without fresh water, without internet. we've spoken to some locals who say that they're relying on that cause in order to charge the foods and has a connection to the outside world. much of the public transport as well has been suspended. so boy stations are flores, bus stations, also, clothes and flights have been cancelled in many main roads. are they blocked or flooded the residence of being told if their homes are safe to stay home, but at least $100000.00 people have been evacuated? many are choosing to rent rooms in hotels, in order to say to stay safe and dry. now we have seen heavy rain in john drove for
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about 3 days, but the worst of it came yesterday on tuesday afternoon. local times about $4.00 to 5 pm were in the space of one hour. we saw 20 centimeters of rain and that's where we saw many of the subway stations, especially in the east low lying parts of the city. quickly submerged. and that is tragically where many of those 12 people lost their lives. and unfortunately, we are expecting to see that death toll rise as rescue operations do continue. now the government has sent in about 6000 fire fighters and 3000 soldiers to help with rescue operations and emergency warning level. in john joseph, he remains at its highest level, but it's not the only city affected lawyer, which is another city with a population of 70000000 people to the west of john jose, also on high alert. we've got a damn that you could turn down, which was breached by 20 meters yesterday on tuesday. now. authority say that they've set off explosions in the lower parts of the river to relieve pressure on
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that done and watching that very closely. now we've been chatting to some residents in jung. joe, they are shocked and terrified at the situation. the rainfall is continuing to fall quite heavily in it's expected to do so for at least 2 days more. alright to katrina, your life in the in beijing katrina. thank but german chancellor, anglo merkel has promised to speed up financial support the victims of the devastating floods of killed at least 160 people. she visited by munster, i for one of the worst hit towns where people say 8 isn't arriving fast enough. steadfast reports with a bare hands and a lot of determination chain. so fallen tears clean up one house after the other. this story town of batman's, the eiffel saw 3 washed away by the power of the swollen river, r jeanette dinner and her husband feared a 400 year old house has become uninhabitable after water. inundated the ground. floor to coppell are known as the gatekeepers of the centuries old fortress and
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work as to guides. the best side. we always told tourists about the horrible flood in 1956 when part of the wolves disappeared. but the one in 2021 is a very special story. i can't talk about it now. perhaps i'll be able to intent in at the moment. i can't. when chancellor, i'm going america was touring the town some residence complained she was hampering the clean up. she is blocking everything. we now can't use the machines that is annoying. she has been standing there for a while. this is outrageous. the 30 people you want to continue to work to rebuild or city, what words it can be done. thousands of hands are working long hours to clear rubble from the street and houses, but after 5 days apart work from here. and so i and i'm getting tired and frustrated. they feel that on their own i'm can't rely on help from the authority.
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the boomer family will help by 40 volunteers will clear their house of debris in no time. they don't think merkel faces is doing anything to improve their situation. thanks to the psycho forfeit, it would only help if he bring bags full of money for those who have lost everything. words alone, don't make any difference. merkel after 16 years as chancellor will be replaced after elections in september did promise financial support soon. then we'll miss even the minds on the financial aid must go to the people as soon as possible. more often than not have nothing more than the clothes say a wearing and a completely reliant on this. residents are worried. the process of delivering that emergency 8 will be long and bureaucratic for now they rely on family, friends and complete stranger, steadfast and al jazeera months. the isis and belgium was held in minutes of silence to mon, 31 people killed in floods in the countries east. douglas,
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still missing. the belgian king and queen joined the prime minister in v. a. one of the hardest hit towns sirens were sounded at foss. stations across the country for the minutes silence with all public transport halted in the capital. so let's come here and i'll just share including we chatted to towana mexico near the us border where refugees and asylum seekers are being left out of vaccination and touch down the world. riches man makes history with the blue origin spacecraft more that i use hello there. let's look to north america and it's all about the unrelenting heat that's continuing across western areas of the u. s. and western areas of canada, and those hot and dry conditions are continuing to fuel wild fires that
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a burning across many states. this is the largest one burning in oregon. they are struggling to contain that thanks to be a rat, it winds and the hot and dry conditions not temperatures here are expected to continue to rise, particularly across the northern rockies. and a lot of the smoke from those wild fires a stretching across into eastern areas. so there's a lot of hazy, sunshine, and bad quality as we move to the north east. it is a wet picture for new england. we have had some challenges to record rainfall levels. here we could see those continue this month. as the rain continues to fall in boston in new york, we're going to thursday. those things do dry up and the humidity will dip in new york city temperature sitting there in the high twenty's down in the deep south states. we have got severe storms continuing to rumble across texas into louisiana . and we could see flooding here, where those rains full rather heavily. and if we follow those thunderstorms down,
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we've seen quite a lot of rain falling in northern parts of mexico with scattered storms and sunshine throughout the country. ah, the story that needs to be tow, find away, and demand to be heard, the open window into another light and challenging perfection and personal endeavours in epic struggle with the colossal sacrifices in individual journey witness showcases, inspiring documentaries, the change, the one on al jazeera. ah, the me
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welcome back to me out of the top stories here. haiti has a new prime minister after 2 weeks of uncertainty following the assassination of president, a depth of 70 movies led to a power struggle. now a real already has been sworn in the leader and ally, a former us president donald trump has been arrested for lobbying on behalf of the united arab emirates, thomas barack church from inova and, and at least 12 people have died in severe flooding in china. those are non province rescue workers have been trying to free others stuck in some ways. and john joe, or the 10000 people that live to safety who's president elect has promised changes coming after long and divisive election period, left his teacher and union leader federal castillo. has been declared the winner, 6 weeks after the run off the beat, his right wing opponent by just 44000 votes. the official results were delayed back as ations, a fraud by the losing candidate keiko for demaury marianna sanchez report from lima
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. the there will be differences in a deeply polarized country, nearly half of peruvians, supporters of keiko for he. marty are disappointed to the election result. you won the presidency with just 50 point one percent of the vote. the on monday, the you issued a call for unity i asked that chico would you marine not to barriers in the way that we move forward and make this government also via the nearing the finish line last week, commodities to produce play, to which the presidential palace by force, he said to take over the government and prevent and left wing precedent to take over. for he morty has asked supporters to protest p soon. however, she said, if the use proclaim nation is illegitimate and accused custio's party of stealing bolts from her, we live poodle today,
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i swear i will not give up. i invite you to put up a real democratic defence. peru needs all social and political forces united to stop communism, defend free press, and democracy. the pseudo castillo will not only have to face a strong opposition in congress, but also from party members. right before you think over the government, the free, better party here represents will meet analysts say its members may demand that implements radical left wing policies, highly unpopular among most peruvians, most peruvian, see they're more afraid of their economic situation. nearly one 3rd or no poor. because left more than 3000000 people without jobs, despite the dire conditions, some peruvian, see, it's time to put political divisions aside. that is, that was, i don't think we wish him the best of success. we all have to work together for revolutionary change. for the welding of everyone without differences and all is
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one of those who voted forecasting you say they are less concerned about him implementing any sort of extremist measures. they just want to watch his actions closely and not give him a blank check with my son to. so i'll just see the lima beta. colombians have been protesting against the government to mark independence day. the demonstrations in bogota were led by unions and student groups. they say the policies of president, even duke have led to more poverty and inequality. governments been criticized for cracking down on protests at home while supporting descent in cuba in the flood zone for detained me. and molly, the unsung suit cheese political party has died of covert 199 when and other members of the national league for democracy. i've been in prison since february his military coup. he was charged with sedition me and mars been dealing with a surgeon cove in 1900 cases and shortages of oxygen experts say the true number of
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corona virus cases and deaths a much higher and being reported on south korea has reported its most cases of cobit 19 in a day since the start of the pandemic, more than 1700. a recent search is being driven by the haughty transmissible delta variant. just 13 percent of the population is fully vaccinated. right groups are raising the alarm about cobit 19 spreading and camps of asylum seekers on the border between the us and mexico. thousands of people are enduring, crowded, and unsanitary conditions, and there are where is that being left out of an occupation programs by the rapid reports in the border city of to on the crowded 10th year mexico's border with the united states. most of the camps residence or asylum seekers. some have been here for weeks, others months and during sanitary living conditions that have put their lives at risk every day. if you know, you know, you know, it's difficult to have
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a normal life because there's a lot to adapt to. it's not the same as being a home. it's difficult. but we're trying to find a way to survive the collecting water at the can or just using the bathroom is a daily challenge social distancing and keeping hands clean is almost impossible. i mean, i have hand gel and mouth covers and we hardly leave our tent. we stay inside more people has many more disease including cases of corona, virus. new t. one is government does not appear to be collecting data on contagion rates among asylum seekers. they're going to say more they are. we don't really know how many more outbreaks do have been. there's no oversight of this. and what can happen is that people have been infected, but with no symptoms. toby 19 inoculations have sped up in communities along the us mexico border asylum seekers and refugees. however, do not appear to be included in the vaccination efforts. for months human rights
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advocates have warned that camp like this one in tiquana, mexico, or a ticking time bomb for contagious here asylum seekers and refugees are not only exposed to cope with 19, but also outbreaks of chicken pox, tuberculosis, and other communicable diseases. in recent weeks, health authorities administered chicken pox vaccine to address a localized outbreak. many say they're worried over a possible 3rd way that the wrote a virus pandemic and mexican caught him out. it's been cause it worries me more than chicken pumps because chicken pumps can be easily treated but cause it is a much greater risk. he wanted officials did not respond to a request for comment on how the city plans to guarantee the rights of refugees and asylum seekers. but the longer people continue to live under such precarious conditions, unprotected from new, more transmissible variance of coby 19. the more terrifying and uncertain their situation becomes. manuel drop below al jazeera,
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he want to mexico. now israel has one of the highest vaccination rates in the world, but the delta variant has led to a surge and infections. and now the country started to give a 3rd dose of the vaccine to high risk patients, or that the need has more national television. it's the last section of the population to be vaccinated. 12 year old and teenagers, they are considered less at risk, but immunizing them has now become a priority. that socket. the vaccination because they absorb that as a virus. they don't show any symptoms, but somehow in fact that as the re, so they are the israel managed to vaccinate its way out of the pandemic, with more than 80 percent of the population above the age of 40. having received their 2 doses for 3 consecutive weeks, they were no corona virus related death. israel was hailed as a success story, and the government lifted social distances rules,
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no matter where required indoors and international travel was allowed to gain. but that was short lived. those returning to the country have brought with them the delta variant, and it's spreading at an alarming pace. accounting for around 90 percent of all new infections. the country is grappling with an increase in daily infections now with a 4 month high. so the government took to bold move of introducing a 3rd those vaccine a booster shot at the moment available only for specific cases. only patients with chronic diseases or an already compromise immunity system. i, legible for the 3rd jap. that raises the question of how effective is defined the vaccine, the only one available in israel, in the longer term health official say its effectiveness has gone down to about 64 percent when it comes to the delta variant. when you look, runs
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a long term and now we're looking on longer term. it was supposed to be reduce a little more chance of becoming infected, even if it was reduce from 90 to 60 as effect, this is the p c r positive test positive. but this is not being sick and i'm not really interest of reducing the people being positive on the p. c. r. i want to reduce hospitalization. i want to reduce mortality. still the government is worried. obligatory face mask indoors has been re introduced and there are no guarantees rules for returning travelers. more restrictions could be imposed in the days to come. what happens next is a concern for everyone here in israel and for those around the world who are closely monitoring. however,
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fully immunized society faces new limitations of covered 19 that meet al jazeera israel $73.00 rocket attacks and the afghan capital campbell, i mean that could be heard as president ghani was leading in prayers at the presidential palace. there were no injuries. i saw this came responsibility for the attacks. molly's in trim president, a senior going to has survived an attempt on his life and the capital by marco. he appeared on national television just hours after man tried to stab him during aid prayers and the cities great mosque. it just says he's doing well for them, you know, everything is fine. there is no problem. it's all part of being a leader. there are always people who are unhappy and there are people who at any time can try things to stabilize. i want to reassure people and say that i'm very will no one was injured and the situation was handled. one witness describe what he
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saw to up as one of the 3 people wearing turbans approached that but the man had the black shirt and trousers. when he approach i thought he wanted to greet the bodyguard of a see me greater. so he approached with the knife he did like this to what to see me. yeah. that when the man came, people beat him up. even i beat him up with the people after that they subdued him with the help of the security forces. the founder of amazon may be the world's richest man, but only now has jeff bays, us achieve a lifelong dream, flying to space on a private rocket. i'll just as rub reynolds reports now from van horn, texas. never lost sight of today's mission. 5 for command and you start to watch the from deep in the heart of texas, the richest man on the planet earth blasted off into outer space. the blue origin rocket hearing, amazon founder jeff bezos, his brother, mark 82 year old female mercury space program. pioneer wally, funk,
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and 18 year old dutch space enthusiast oliver damon climbed at 3 times the speed of sound crossing the 100 kilometer boundary that marks the edge of space before passengers exclaimed with delight as they experience several minutes of floating around the cap. sewell in 0 gravity, the new shepherd's windows are the largest ever in any spacecraft. affording them a view of the earth far below with the darkness of space above the entire flight was fully automated. there was no pilot and no control panel. instead, software and ground controlled did all the work, and now they're coming, floating back down at the capsule, began its descent and deployed its parachutes to land safely in the desert scrub. from beginning to end, the flight took just about 10 minutes. be 0,
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summed up the experience that today or later the newly minted astronaut spoke at a press conference. home i got when expectations were high and they were dramatically exceeded. i hope that we are one of the 1st and let's hope that many, many more people can do this because this experience, you should share with more and more people. we had a great time, there was, it was wonderful. i want to go again fast. the bases flight came just over a week after british billionaire richard branson flew to the edge of space, tesla, and space x c e o. ilan mosque is also reportedly interested in making the trip at some point. many have criticize the exploits of space smitten billionaires as a galaxy sized eagle competition, costing billions of dollars that could have been better spent to alleviate misery on earth, particularly in the midst of
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a deadly and demick. but others hope the stunning pictures will rekindle some of the excitement about space travel that has waned since neil armstrong stepped on the moon 52 years ago to the day basis as best day ever could signal the beginning of a lucrative sub orbital space tourism industry. with well healed individuals paying vast sums of money to momentarily slip the surly bonds of earth. rob reynolds al jazeera van horn, texas. ah, type a quick check of the top stories here on 0. haiti has a new prime minister. the 2 weeks of uncertainty following the assassination of its president arial already was chosen by president governor, more east to take on the job. but since his death, henri and the former in trim prime minister approach as f both claimed.


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