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a. this is the new formalities were, these are the top stories flooding in china 10 on problems who killed 16 people following the heaviest rainfall in generation and more downpours are. forecasts authorities wanting its damp could come up the leader of times and he's main opposition. policy has been arrested pretty minute boy and 10 other party members were detained in the middle of the night. their policy was finding a conference to demand constitutional reform. and u. s. life expectancy failed by a year and a half in 2020. the biggest decline since was to the centers for disease control. pivot is mostly due to the pandemic. china is set to host the
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1st high profile official from the biden administration. us, deputy secretary said wendy sherman will be there as part of a trip through asia. she will meet chinese officials, including the state counselor and the foreign minister. next week, it's hoped it could lead to a potential meeting between president biden and she, later this year, it comes at a time. the intentions are still high between china in the us. much of that down to of course the sanctions imposed on china by former us president trump, among other things. paging with targeted for alleged abuses against weaken muslims, and it's the crease. increasingly assertive claims in the south china sea biden has taken a more conciliatory tone in his remarks, at least towards china. but the trump era sanctions remain just last month by and signed an order which effectively continue to trump policy, which bands us entities from investing in some chinese companies. high level talks between the us and china were held earlier this year in alaska didn't go so well,
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though you may remember both sides engaging in some very public specs in front of the cameras. we'll talk about this. joining us on zoom from rest in virginia is bonnie glazer, director of the asia program for the german national fund of the united states and the thank you for your time. ah, as i read through that list, i thought what job i didn't really think about china. it feels like it's just, if it was a relationship, you'd say it's complicated right now, but he does want to move it forward. yes, i think the president biden understands that the us china relationship is very consequential. what happens between our 2 countries going forward will have enormous implications for global stability. many countries around the world are concerned and watching to see whether there will be meaningful constructive dialogue between united states and china. and there is a potential that our president vitamin seated pang could meet on the margins of g
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20 gather and just coming october. and so this is the beginning of the process of the 2 countries engaging and i think there's a lot to discuss why we're those sanctions, the trump era sanctions kept in plates. can you just explain that for us? because i think so much of what joe biden has done in the past 6 months has been about unraveling, you know, 90 percent of what donald trump did. well, i think that the buying team recognizes that the challenges that china poses to the united states and its allies and the international order is really quite extensive. and they disagree with the company, ministration approaches in somewhat each. although of course, some of the terrorists remain in place. many of the sanctions also remain in place
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. we're moving them is might indicate weakness. so i don't think that's what they're buying the administration wants to do. there is a political context of this and the democrats don't want to be criticized by the public. it's. but i believe that the policies being taken as we saw just with cyber announcements, at the accusations of china, actually hacking into the microsoft servers and the indictments made for chinese nationals in that regard demonstrates that the new ministration is serious about getting china to take actions to reduce the threats that it poses and its behavior, right? so you think then that they can have at least a working relationship of some sort. i always think about a country like china or russia when we saw the meeting between biden and, and persian recently, these countries who know that everyone is opposed to what they're doing. i mean,
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why would they cooperate? well, china has its own interest and some of those interest indefinitely. conflicts with us interest that i think the page in washington both share an interest in not seeing this relationship spyglass spiral out of control. so they recognize we are engaged in intensifying the strategic competition. but they realize they have to put in place some guard rails, and there are been recent reports, for example, with abiding ministration is considering leader level crisis communication mechanism, like a hotline. and there are other things that could be done. you mentioned that meeting was there was an agreement to establish strategic stability talks. that's something the united states could do were trying to as well as ever for the united states. bonnie: it's not just about them. is it because i, you know, all of america's allies in asia,
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particularly they want to see the u. s. shows and strength against china, whether it be over the south china fee, or whether it be over week muslims, or internet hacking, all of these things. the u. s goes into any meeting with the united states with all the expectations of its allies and a lot of the rest of the world. so that is absolutely true. there are certainly, if they desire and chinese neighborhood for other countries to balance against chinese power, smaller countries don't want to be under chinese germany. they want the us to stand up to try in a, in the south china sea and help them to access their energy. that is, rightfully there's japan, australia, even korea, to a large extent, do not want to see chinese power grow in the region and have us in some way begin to withdraw that's, that's not likely to happen. but there are always concerns about this
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sustainability of us commitment in the extent to which the u. s. will go in order to be for stability in the region. and of course, this is local. europeans are worried to me and we saw that when president biden visited europe, and there was very tough working on china in the g 7 communique and nato communique in the u. s. e u statement as well. but it's, it's been a real pleasure talking to you. thank you for your time. thank you. please. 7 people have been killed. 40 have been injured in the latest fighting in southern afghanistan. it happened during shilling between afghanistan, government forces and taliban fighters encounter huh. and in a separate incident, for taliban fighters were killed themselves when their vehicle hit a roadside bomb in done to district. meanwhile, they had about kinda found reconciliation. council is expressing confidence in the republic. future of beller, bella spoke to a former bon jovi about the talents presence on the ground. taliban cannot convert
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the whole population of upon the sand into taliban taliban zation of her finest. son is not acceptable. yes, of course. they feel at this moment that they have hand militarily on the ground and that will not last that way. i'm sure i'm not talking about days and weeks that we're talking about the course of time because that see this and from out his state. so the sooner we get to the other fact in reality of life, the death to you cannot, you cannot impose, you are well upon the whole nation through military might. even if you have that opportunity that should compel them. and also, as i mentioned, we're ready to, to talk about but my question was, how confident are you that the african government is going to be able to prevail,
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to protect those freedoms and assure the african people that it is here in the long run. and it will continue to be that as, as i mentioned, if there is no, there is no peaceful settlement. unfortunately the world will continue. and as a result of the war, tinge will change and areas will go and to hand. that part. if you're talking about the survival of the state, i should say that yes, when, when the slot makes it public, that is opposition. there are different roofs which are not happy with our conduct, but they criticize as they are happy, but they're the same time a daily with the principles in the principle of a public one person one vote. and so to another principles. and if you're talking about the survival of the state,
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yes. and you can see your son has full interview with a beller bella on the next talk to alger 0 for 30 hours, gmc saturday on out just south africa. the government has revealed a list of suspects accused of instigating the country west on rescue if president president 0, run the 4th or insist last week rights were planned, sparks why? the jailing of the former president jacob zuba but then widening into frustration at poverty and inequality. and zoom is home province, of course, in the town, intelligence failure is going to slow police response helped the chaos to spread quickly. bernard smith has this report from the provinces. biggest city don't come across south africa to most populous provinces. it was mob rule for more than a week. it started after the jailing of former president jacob's duma. the government says the mob was deliberately directed towards distribution centers, key highways, railways,
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and ports in housing and quasi lu natal. you couldn't do something that unless it was well orchestrated. married the house has been monitoring violence and security in south africa for more than 30 years. out close to say come back to play in stabilizing. pretty close. i think nook, it, i mean, really, it's the stabilisation when you get the economic damage we have and the damage to race relation. basically it's because of the fact that this province is the key. zoom is support base. oh zoom is close. family and friends deny inciting the looting across social media. there are examples of people using the imprisonment of the former president to justify the violence. a slow police response. let the vigilante groups taking the law into their own hands. here men from an indian majority township in durban,
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a shooting at black men who entered from a neighboring township. more than 200 people were killed. 20 of them in this area, including 29 year old percy to tower his nephew says his uncle was in a car when he was shot. the cars came in in the train and my uncle was short, like the driver. got that look at this place burning to the ground. the economy already battered by the pandemic will contract 3 percent according to one us investment bank. present, serial ram, oppose admitted that the government had been caught off guard and was slow to respond more to the bio, could happen again. i think it could if the state doesn't get its intelligence act together. if it doesn't. i mean, what's disappointing to me is that some of the key instigators have not been touch . we don't know, i'm gonna have to watch carefully what the strategies,
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a lot of threats they get to continue. and this is where the government has a list of 12 people. it's suspects of instigating the violence. only half a dozen have been arrested so far. how close any of the people on the wanted list are to jacob zoom is unknown, but how and if they are arrested, could be another test of authority for the government, a serial ram opposed. bernard smith, i'll just, sarah, did. the british government says it wants to renegotiate the post break that trade rules for northern ireland. under the current deal, they're accustomed checks on some goods moving between northern ireland and the rest of the u. k. but the brakes, it minister says that is putting a burden on businesses in northern ireland and british unionists. there complain it weaken their ties with the rest of the u. k. the u. k. govern also says it is increasing its efforts with france to stop undocumented migrants from crossing the english channel in small boats. on monday, at least $430.00,
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made that dangerous journey, which is any daily record, but with the numbers rising, sometimes the only solution is legal. safe routes. lighting. barbara has more. they've made it on to the british soil, but the future is unknown. these undocumented migrants are among around 8 and a half 1000 people who cross the english channel in small boats this year. that's more than the total for 2020. with those numbers in the headlines, the government says it's acting insisting it's new nationality and board. as bill will deter people from coming, what we're seeing right now is basically people tropical smoke load criminal guy. can our assignment system to bring in economic migrants and people that quite frank date. the convention, our legal migration was coming to our country illegally and physical. there are difficult reforms, but the bill has a comprehensive measures. patel says, while most migrants previously came from kelly that now setting off from various places along the french coastline. as part of a new deal with the u. k. france is doubling the number of police patrolling it's
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beaches that also be improved intelligence sharing with the u. k. paying $73000000.00. but many migrant solidarity groups predict the measures will simply see people taking greater risks as we saw last year. you know, for people to young children and 2 adults died trying to make the crossing. no such measures the increase. please have borders. an increase neutralization of borders will unfortunately be people making more dangerous crossings and more people dying in the channel, which no one wants to see. the u. k. government accuses people like this. if q jumping it points to resettlement programs established to take, for example, syrian refugees directly from the middle east, but they currently paused while the u. k takes and fewer asylum seekers than several european nations. last year, germany, france, spain and greece received more applications. the labor opposition says the current strategy is counter productive. the boldest feel that actually makes the situation
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better for people smokeless, and worse for those who are legally trying to claim asylum. the government has shut down legal rates to claim asylum, say fruits for asylum, including for on a complete asylum seeking children, which just pushes people into the arms of people smugglers and helps to boost their business. the new bill makes it a criminal offense to knowingly arrive in the u. k. without permission with a maximum sentence of 4 years. and for the 1st time how someone enters the country will have an impact on their asylum claim rights group say the government should allow applicants to work while speeding up the decision making process. for now, the only thing both agree on is that the systems not working. nadine barbara al jazeera sign presses appealed to the un security council. over a took his back plan to reopen an abandoned town on the greek cypriots who represent the island internationally fear the plan is designed for turkish cypriots to resettle the town of o shop president and supported the plan along with
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a 2 state solution during a visit to the island, lead of the un peacekeeping force in cyprus says there is a deep concern that reopening bratia will feel mistrust between the islands, greek and turkish communities. the council is still deliberating on the issue of our osha and the secretariat will make further announcements in due course. i recalled to the counsel that the secretary general has consistently called on the, on the parties to avoid any unilateral actions that could increase tech tensions. and derail the efforts to continue the dialogue in search of common ground, including invert, osha watson is on the way and it's like history. for example, at the tokyo olympics, the data coming up with me brought to you by accenture, that there be change the
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use me duties by extension that there would be change. oh,
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a year later, the peter dealer fix started. the car have come. all action has had the live the games in you, even though the opening ceremony will be taking place on friday. the olympic football tournament traditionally kicks off a few days earlier on thursday. sweden shocks tucson defending champion, the u. s. a 3, no. group of g game, a very privy move, buy for me to go to the trailer, up and running. i would run after one, when is against trunk, has been rival dealing elsewhere. great britain got the better of chile to know the final school in that fixture. and then b as barbara bunda school district, but it was nowhere near enough to prevent the middle and from running out in 3 any
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other games, brazilian play martha became the 1st to school in 5 straight and then picks she back to double in the 5 know when over china, elsewhere host nation, japan and candidate drew one all the very 1st event to get on the way was the softball, which made a return to the game for the 1st time since 2008. the whole nation were far too strong for australia, a one elsewhere the americans record, the 2 no victory over italy and canada got the better of mexico by full runs to nothing. the olympic president thomas bar, has admitted to having doubts every day about the wisdom of going ahead with the photo games. with the said he, under a state of emergency throughout the games, the athlete face unparalleled restrictions on the movements as and richardson reports from took care. everyone heading to the lympics is taking a step into the unknown. the 1st hurdle for athletes and media, arriving in japan, making sure all the right paperwork is in place to pass strict covey 19 safety
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protocols. well, we just made it through a fairly complex immigration process. it took around 4 hours and involve that taking a covey test. i also had to take to koby test in the days immediately prior to coming to japan. i'll be testing every day for the 1st 3 days and then at regular intervals after that, after the athletes will go through something very similar, but they will be tested every single day that they're at the lympics. some public health experts to consume the efforts being taken to keep these game safe don't go far enough. for example, the daily test athletes are taking is a rapid result, anti gen test. not the more reliable and accurate p c r test. i think the fundamental problem was a lack of open, transparent, and assigned to discussions about the conditions and the rich do your impacts could be held in a safe and secure manner. i think that is totally irresponsible. her own
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a virus tasking ready derailed. the plans of many potential olympians. you can disrupt the 7th team. we're hoping to compete with the games for the 1st time. but after some of their plans tested positive dakota 19 at their phone, a qualifying event, they had to withdraw. and similar scenarios on already playing in japan. the preparation is very, very difficult for me athletes. and of course that experience is not playing similar with the viruses impacted some countries in a devastating wind hubs. handshakes and high fines are open that the athletes village competitors have been told. they could be kicked out of the games if they ignore regulations, aimed at preventing the spread of corona virus. the not all likely to concern by the restrictions that they focus on winning olympic gold. you can congregate in big groups in the dining or you get a stan, you a little bubble of 4 or 5 people the whole time and baby room and all of that.
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that's exactly how i've always treated on but games like it hasn't been a big sociable experience for me. it's all about the competition. and so it's going to be pretty routine. that sense of isolation is set to continue into the fan las empty stadiums that will surround and lympics like no other. and the richardson al jazeera tokyo. earlier in the day, some of the football players opted to take a ne, before kickoff. this man right here, 8 time a limpid gold med list. you same bolt says it is the kind of thing he is happy to see up. the games are, you know, i mean to determine what they want. and they see something that they want to change is necessary and i mean, because as we know what we need or what we need to be better for me to feel comfortable. so i think that they've given us dr. b. now to speak,
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to explain to them what we want to make us more much more. com is very positive. the salient said he brisbin will host the 2032 summer and then pick games. the announcement was made on wednesday by the international olympic committee. you can see here that local, pretty happy with the decision, the fi, gabor's, and exclusive bidding rights in an effort to reduce the cost of campaigns and to minimize the risk of those who are buying for has been will become the 3rd australian city to host the games off to melbourne in 1956, and sidney in 2000. we want to 2 countries over completed in every model, only the games was completed in every paralympic. games was completed in every winter olympics since 1936 with the exception of non 40. so we have a very proud tradition. this will do an enormous amount for athletes to those young straw into sitting on the couch. it's not as far to be in athletes. the chance to
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compete on home soil in brisbin 23rd to the milwaukee bucks a, celebrating their 1st in be a champion, 50 years of getting past the phoenix suns. buck stopped yana center. the compos delivered one of the base performances of the korea, the leading scene with 50 points and 14 rebounds, walking winning game 6 of the finals, 10598, ending their title droughts, and to confirm the son of my hearing immigrants to grief. with named m v p of the finals. i love the game, 65000 van packed together outside the arena mobile to celebrate the 31st gen blinking 971. the red, loose celebrated later than i think the finals for games to, to become any the 15. so when the title of the losing the 1st 2 games of the theory, the i give
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people on the walls from africa, from europe give them hope, you know that it can be done. he can be done 8 years ago, 8 and a half years ago. i came to the lee i you know what my next move will come from? now my mom was really starting the street the like. and now i'm here sitting the top of the top. in football, news cutter all full of confidence, heading to the quarter, finals of the concrete, kept gold cut off the topping the group, the asian champions, or a special invitee at the tournament for north and central american countries. as well as caribbean nations covered defeated honduras in a final group game with gold coming from home. i'm off made. and abdul as the hats in. they'll now play, i'll salvador on saturday in atlanta for a spot in the semi final it was full things for now. i'll be your again, later with another update come all. thank q peter. yeah, that's a 2100 hours gmc,
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which is our next news out that'll come from london with barbara barbara with the latest adjusted ah, ah ah, ah ah ah, after a while you delay the tokyo william picks up signed the growing opposition. my really cause to japan, thousands of athlete will compete in empty stadium amid the corona virus comes out is 0, will be inside the bubble to bring them laker games like no other when a french soldier was murdered in a so called terrorist attack,
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differences, similarity of cultures across the world. so no matter what, i'll just bring you the news and current affairs that matter to you. i'll dizzy around oh, i at least 25 dead as china's who 9 provinces hit by it's worse. the storms in generations drowning commuter is in flooded subway tunnels. meanwhile wildfire is raging across the western united states. leave skies hazy as far east as new york. ah. hello barbara. are you watching al, just through our lives that also coming out.

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