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your economics, the misinformation, the latest developments, what's going on here is very different. first off, the back thing comes in the form of a nasal spray. special coverage of the colona virus pandemic on a jessina. ah a rush to get the safe ground typhoon strikes, eastern china just days out the devastating floods. ah, me say that this is all just there alive from the hall. so coming up, us forces. the us says rob, i've got forces my flow tyler bonds advance if the government poses a nighttime curfew. show of military might goes live to
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russia for its latest display of bias. and growing grief on a remote pacific islanders the battle to contain cope with 90. ah, typhoons hitting heavily populated parts of east and china. it comes days after flooding, forced a 1000000 people from their homes and killed at least 58 car food in far packed winds of more than 130 kilometers. and now as it made land fall in the coastal province of georgia, young, thousands of people have been moved to emergency shelters. and the typhoon forcing the shot down of transport in the region. authorities have canceled flights in the chinese commercial hub of shanghai and neighboring coastal areas. they've also suspended railway services. large container ships have been removed from young john
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port, one of the world's busiest shipping centers. and i phone is also hit taiwan, causing major damage in some areas when got 391 kilometers. and now, even though the eye of the storm stays more than 300 kilometers out to sea and more downpours, all 4 casts in the philippines where the typhoons added to heavy monsoon. rain, 15000 people have been moved to safe ground miller. the government says it's having a hard time opening emergency shelters because of guidelines to prevent the spread of coven 19 official, say. years of illegal logging in the mountains of contributed to the devastation caused by the rain has got more on this now with our weather presented jeff harrington. so jeff is looking any back to this our, you know, semi any way you slice it, this is going to be a major threat. asia pacific a lot going on. so we're tracking 2 things, the more serious one typhoon in 5. but we also got to talk about tropical storm par
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tech into potential disruption to the olympics. but again, for, let's start with the most major threat. this storm has made landfall about 300 kilometers south of shanghai. here's how it plays out by the numbers. we know that the waves around the east trying to see about 10 meters high, but the bigger threat storm surge, 3 meters high. that's the ocean being picked up and tossed into the shore line. the team we've been going over projections in terms of wind speed rainfall amount, and this is what we're pinpointing over the next 2 days. a 160 millimeters of rain specifically for shanghai. and the winds will expect them to get pretty close to about a 100 kilometers. let's follow this out. the path, it's going to take. it's moving west along the gang, see river valley. now we know a bit further north. young joe has been devastated by deadly flooding there about a 1000000 people displace. it's looking like this will throw some rain further to the north, but young joe shouldn't get into any serious impact of this water look right now.
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we'll talk about in particular as it moves closer to han shoe. this is now on monday, so tokyo will start to feel the impacts of that. and if it does become a typhoon, i could potentially make landfall on tuesday. i want to show you the 3 day forecast for tokyo, so we see heavy rain on monday and the winds picking up to about 55 kilometers per hour, sent me a lot going on. and we'll continue to track this out for you. thanks so much will afghans of ended the 1st night of a curfew imposed by the government? what it calls security reasons, all but 3 of the countries $34.00 provinces will be subject to new restrictions. fighting has started again after a quiet few days during the muslim either a holiday. the army is trying to hold to tal. yvonne vance. us defense secretary lloyd austin, says he believes the african government's plans to consolidate security forces. major cities could help quell the taliban search. and i think the 1st thing to do is to make sure that they can slow the momentum and
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then and then be able to put themselves in a position where they can re take some of the games that the taliban. some of the ground that they've lost. so i think i think from my engagement with the afghan leadership, they are committed to that and. and so we look forward to, to them making progress, they have, they have the capabilities. i have a capacity to, to make progress and to, and to really began to blunt some of the taliban advances. diplomatic, because it's a james base. has this update now from cobble? well, what is absolutely clear is that the african forces on paper should have the upper hand, they have more people, they have more sophisticated weaponry. they have in recent days, still have the support of the u. s. air force operating from outside of the sun.
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what the u. s. military call over the horizon operation. but they really have got to turn the tide because the momentum is on the taliban side and it's not all about what happens on the battlefield. it's about public perception because in some of these districts where the taliban had come to challenge the government, people who just handed down their arms. they thought, well, the taliban is whether winning we bet to surrender to them here. and now. so the government not only have to come up with a new strategy to change things on the battlefield. they also have to come up with a new narrative for the afghan people to encourage morale among the armed forces and to try and get rid of some of the fear among ordinary africans. the reason behind the curfew is that in the past, in contested areas, the government hasn't had nominal control during the day, but it's been very different at night when the taliban come out and basically often own the night. so there is this curfew in force in 31 out of the 34 provinces was
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telling the we have reports from overnight of the african government, telling us that in helman, province keep province down in the south. there were 25 taliban killed in an african lead. s strike an african air force as strike. but in carnival, which is one of the 3 provinces where there is no overnight care. if you were getting reports that 5 african intelligence officers have been killed at the moment, those reports not being confirmed officially by the government or by the telephone side. now turkey says 2 of its soldiers have been killed and 2 others wounded in northern syria. the vehicle was attacked in the bab area. the defense ministry says turkish forces immediately fired back turkey launched across border operation in 2016 to drive out. i thought i'm kurdish y p g fighters. turkey continues to maintain him, heavy military presence in northwest syria. let's get more now on this with russell
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sounds already joins us from a stumble so. so how is this attack being interpreted is, is seen as a why to push against the turkish military presence in syria. well, it is one of the routines attack, but recently y, p g. so it has increases attacks on the turkish military post just yesterday that the attack that happened on the turkish positions was a little bit unexpected, i think, by turkey. so the dead body of the soldiers have been taken into the hospitals in turkey. and today we are expecting the bodies to be delivered to the families and also the funerals to be taken place today. so this area above the city has been cleared from the ices by tricky in 2016. and it's during its 1st major military incursion into a syria, and since then, the,
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the turkish military post has been several times, particularly by the, by the white p g. so when you look at the area where this took place, this attack took place. the weapons reportedly used, you gotta wonder whether this is going to put a strain on relations between turkey and some of its allies. well, semi and the, the place that the attacks to please is terrified. and this is the under the control of russia and the syrian government. so in that respect, we could say that white p g is under the protection of russia and the city and government in part of the font. and that is definitely going to affect the relation between on kata and moscow, but yes, to be doing the did. the statement that has been released by the minister of defense. turkey did not mention russia at all, because it is afraid of an escalation between russia and turkey could affect the
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delicate situation in the city. live where 4500000 people live there, and an escalation could potentially trigger and me, we will, the refugees to turkey was the company is already hosting more than 4000000 refugees. but another interesting point time is that the attack has been carried out by an anti tank guy does miss lynette tgm, which many of the experts believe that has been provided by the u. s. c to the army . so to the y p g and the u. s c is continued support y p g has been one of the main reasons of the friction between uncut washington since 2014 took. it says that white p g is a peak silly group in syria and it's a national security threat for the country. but the u. s. it says that way peter has an effective instrument in its fight against isis. so turkey, on the other hand, is trying to manage a very delicate balance with the washington. but it seems that the latest attack will, for the relations between uncle and washington,
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that the prisoner going is going to with it most likely on july to t. and it seems that this in freezing attacks, white people on the touch of military postal say, is going to be one of the main topic in the agenda during the meeting between present one and russian president vladimir put in. and that was russell from a stumble. thanks for that. saudi arabia says it's intercepted and destroyed drones, launched by evans who the rebels towards the kingdom south. the founded coalition is shot down dozens of drums in recent weeks. yemen has been engulfed by civil war since 2014. saudi arabia supports the exiled government. the war has killed more than 130000 people, and created the world's worst humanitarian crisis. still ahead on al jazeera, desperate for help we made migrant men ma, who led the military junk facing, wrote
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a virus hardship and taking it to the street. first, every lympics skateboarding gold medal is handed out at the tokyo games. ah, ah, it's time for the journey to winter sponsored by cattle airways. now just been thinking of an analogy, and i think europe's bit like a, a sole spent of super them. and this is the where bit in the middle around the edges. it's really quite hot and wet bit unfortunately, some particularly wet for belgian ones. for yet more flooding from sun storms there is of mirth, overflow. but this is clearly just water running down the streets as well. that looks like the sun storms are spreading, further east coming to officially suspend if you'd like. and the low centers rather complex and sitting of the north sea and the british out. so you end up with this
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picture. big thunderstorms in southern parts of england, pulse from the low countries around the eastern southern pines, germany and possibly the swiss alps as well. in the middle. there are few shadows. there's a slow moving rain. heavier is going to be this dark blue here. so watch out for germany and heavy west and austria, as i said, round the edges. it's really quite warm warnings of excessive heat in parts of poland further down towards the boxes. it's not so much the daytime heat is the fact that at night it doesn't cool down very much either which is the dangerous stuff. but you can see where in the twenty's typically to the west of that. and that's true, most of france and even the north of spain. by the time we get to monday, things have expanded a bit more. we got heavy rain potential now in northern italy and showers break here once more important sponsored call cut on airways. talk to al jazeera, we roam, did you want the un to take and who stopped you? we listen,
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you see the whole infrastructure and being totally destroyed. we meet with global news makers and talk about the stories that matter on our sierra understand the differences and similarities of cultures across the wow. don't know how you take it, will bring you the news and current affairs that matter to you. the the me bank watching out is there a time to recap on headlines now? typhoon in fall is hitting heavily populated regions of east in china. it comes days after flooding for the 1000000 people from their home and killed at least $58.00. thousands of people have been moved to emergency shelter. afghans of
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ended the 1st night of occur. few all the 3 of the countries 30 core problems is will be subject to new restrictions. the army is trying to hold to taliban advance, which has been the group make launch territorial gain. turkey says 2 of its soldiers have been killed and 2 others wounded in northern syria. that vehicle was attacked in the barrier. the defense ministry says turkish forces immediately 5 by russia is putting on its annual show naval strength. its displaying is date of the art war, ship submarines, and weaponry in a parade on the never river in st. petersburg and the gulf of finland. president vladimir putin is that the event navy day is a public holiday, but there are no spectators this year because of the pandemic restrictions. now dmitri java ron coffee is a naval historian and the editor in chief of the mechanical engineering portico,
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marsh, news thought, all you joins us now from the parade in the kron start. good to have you with us. so let's start, 1st of all with the message. what message do you think russia resending through this parade? mark, bob, good afternoon. to my mind, the most important message of the day of this new series of the russian fleet is that in the last 2 mts, russia managed ways returning a fleet to the ocean to the real green water. so after. busy destroying the soviet union, we needed more than 2 years, revealed some production lines to create absolutely new fleets, much smaller than we had when the soviet union existed. but much more
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effective. are we seeing any new types of weaponry in the navy? we'll also know what is different for sure. in this per rates, we can see sheeps that we are rated in solving times and that we are constructed and build it in the late ninety's, $900.00 ninety's and as the beginning of this century. so we have. busy in fact, really beautiful and small, the small me still shapes then we started to build corrects. and after that we started to build free gates. nowadays, maybe some design bureaus or trying to great even defenders and maybe new aircraft carriers. but now we still have all new on aircraft carrier admiral
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itself and it's now on modernization. so russian federation has in case of fleet totally defending military doctrine. but in the last 20 years, we have managed to build absolutely totally new attack submarines we've ballistic means stills and submarines with cruise missiles. so we can absolutely be sure that we have now really new smaller but much more effective fleet. how important is the russian navy, when you take into consideration the changing dynamics and some of the key areas from the arctic to the black sea? we need to remember that russian fleets is not a whole. ready like a circle,
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we have in fact for fleets and little caspian foot, celia, so know who fleets, one of the most powerful is c, g agents in the arctic ocean. and it's shapes can not fastly move to baltic sea or black sea or pacific ocean. the 2nd fleet, by power of the russian federation fleet is a 6 lead. but it shapes shoot, go through the arctic to reach the nose and fleets operational zone. so in fact, russian federation has 4 b fleets. yeah, no sleep specific sleeps baltic, sleep and lexie fleets, and they are not connected in one system and she cannot reach from the one sleep to another. that is why when we compare a fleet or its power, we should remember this fact. ok,
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thank you very much. for your thoughts and analysis on that. now, migrant workers from me in my living in highlands border areas are facing increased hardship, locked down. that means there's less work moving many rely on donations. yet people still flee to thailand, to escape from military rule. back home florence louis reports says, usually no shortage of work or laborers for farms in pop prod, district in western thailand. many farmers here employ migrants from across the border in myanmar to work the field. but the surgeon corona virus cases in the 2 countries has made life more difficult for migrant workers. thailand has imposed a nighttime curfew and travel restrictions. this lady who doesn't want to be identified had gone back to me on my last year to renew her passport. but she
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couldn't return to thailand, eagerly after the borders were closed and ended up paying brokers to sneak back in illegally got on my way. i'm in many migrant for me and my in trouble. now, many of us have to hide an escape to thailand, to find a job. some of us got caught and was sent to prison. more watson, johnny id carey, is also a migrant from me. and mom who has settled in thailand for many years. he helps run a local charity. there are a lot of children also come along with the parents and there's some parents, they don't have a document. so they had a lot of you know, issues to going around. and if the parents get arrested, the children will be left behind in a hot or in houses and who's going to take care of their children. he says, live here is also getting increasingly difficult for migrant workers. because of corona virus restrictions. when a new infection is reported in a village,
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no one is allowed to leave unless they can show this tested negative for cove at 19 . many are unable to find work and have been relying on donation. but supplies as slowly dwindling as continued restrictions cause economic hardship for everyone else. the struggle for survival is also made was by a sense of frustration at what's happening back home. my views, he said, you know, i want the man ma, who touch relief and sun city and focus on helping the people from the crisis. i want democracy in men more than the country can move forward to develop. but there's no indication the generals in myanmar are ready to give up power. florence li, al jazeera the cove at 19 delta variances spreading rapidly through the asia pacific region. the philippines is banding travelers from malaysia and highland people in manila, being curing up for vaccines. restrictions have been reimpose bare and in other
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provinces until the end of the month. elsewhere in the region, even remote highland nations that had remained isolated for much of last year. seeing infections rise now. tony chang has more grieving relatives watch as the body of them mothers removed from the hospital in fiji. the cause cove at 19 the pacific nation has seen a significant rise in daily cases in the past week to more than a 1000 a day and a rising death toll. the curve at $900.00 delta variant is now widespread in fiji, even though 70 percent of the population has received one vaccine chart. and there's widespread cooperation with the vaccination rollout for the benefit of everyone else. and they've got your family. busy and friends, the neighbors of some of the most remote islands in the world. many of the pacific nations have been under strict locked down for the past year. and in some cases
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recorded 0 domestic transmission of cove at 19. but the delta variant has changed all that, and it's clear the only way out of vaccines. and that's the only way i don't think goes we have any other option then try to reaction term. anyone, we can of course, subject to, to what is what is safe with there is i don't really think there is any other way for us to, to get out of this crisis invited us through the vaccine rollout has just begun quite a challenge in a nation of 83 separate islands as part of the global kovacs back nation initiative . but our 2 has now received several shipments, but with cases rising in the region many award that won't be enough for the 1000 tosses. it's not even enough for the horrible bliss. and so we still need more packets in mainland southeast asia. there was a feeling that the worst of the pandemic was passed here in thailand. they only had
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$61.00 cove at 19 death in the whole of 2020. now there are more than that. every single day, vietnam was touted as another curve at 19 success. strict controls who kept early cases isolated and transmission well under control. now the vietnamese authorities saying thousands of new cases every day, a 3rd of the countries under locked down conditions. and despite talks to produce vaccines domestically, at this stage, less than half a percent of the population has been fully vaccinated. tony cheng elders, their demonstrators in brazil's major cities calling for president job both of our impeachment is handling of the crime virus pandemic. please find pick acid crowds who are also angry about allegations of government. corruption also now continues to downplay the virus that despite brazil regularly reporting daily death tells of more than a 1000 has also been unrest in several european capitals. anti lock down,
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protest is faced off against police. rejecting laws aim that containing the virus like sale. bryan reports, the gas and water cannon across europe and growing anger. the corona virus restriction and athens greek police tried to break out protests against compulsory cove at 19 vaccinations. salmon the crowd through pedro ball. the police responded with tea again to rally outside the great parliament was the 3rd this month against mandatory and elation for some workers including health care nursing staff. i'm in the gym. i do not until you've actually moved. and these are people that have thought about it and want their freedom the road with the say that a demonstration in paris that he gets, will be here as protest as opposed to
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a government virus path faced off against bryant police. it was just one of doesn't just mainly peaceful rally across the country, which brought out more than a 160000 people. the french plan requires or health k work and be vaccinated for everyone else to prove their virus. so vaccinations status in order to into restaurants and other cultural venues. why don't we need to wait a little bit before the french people can decide and i feel we're being russian. it's only been 6 months since these vaccines were made available. and it feels like the french people are being forced with black male. i think a part of front is always going to be unwilling and blackmail and threats work both ways. i think systematic vaccination is to extreme and too risky, and i'm also very shocked by the extension of this to children. i think they have nothing to gain and we are taking too many risk to try and save our elders. similar proposal, stocks projects
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a neighboring italy. if people chanted down with the dictatorship from august the vaccination certificate, but we needed to eat and restaurants and visit cinemas on thursday. the a you reported that 200000000 europeans have now been fully vaccinated. over half of the adult population, but that figure full short at the block 70 percent target saved for the summer. in the united kingdom, thousands of people rallied in london again for the erosion of civil liberties. after the government's track and trace, it made more than $600000.00 people were told to isolate at home earlier this month . the corona virus and demick is far from over. deny that the debate that house reopened economy for keeping everybody safe and happy. alex here blind al jazeera. ah, japan has one skateboarding 1st ever and then pick gold metal you toe to go may
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winning the then street event in the city where he learn to skate. some of the athletes complain, but he made the boards hard to control and the final japan is now 13 gold medals and a storm approaching japan is made for good conditions, full surfing's debut as in a lympics bolt. so they got saki beach and sheba, brazil's italo. fara came out ahead in the men skate 1st round. robin and richardson isn't toko, with more on the new events. this is something the, the i c is very cain. suppose they've got 5 new sports. are these lympics, we've seen surfing and skateboarding today, and i'm one of the main reasons those sports have been included as well as some more mixed gender events is to try and get that gender balance. absolutely. at 5050 levels. the olympics we go 49 percent of all athletes taking part in these games, being women. by the time we get to paris in the next day and picks,
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it should be an exact 5050 split. so the very came to push these new sports. one of the, the picture backs on see for these games where the skate part for example, is sets up right in the middle of time with the expectation that lots of young fans could go there and watch this sports. and of course that doing it all in front of, of empty seats. we mentioned the, the, the high phone that's on its way already that caused the cancellation of a couple of days of rowing if they preempt the, the impacts that we'll have. but the surface is saying that quite happy because it may well produce some big away for them. i and let's take a look at the headlines here now. just see right now, typhoon in far is hitting heavily populated regions of east in china. it comes days after flooding for the 1000000 people from the homes and killed at least 58 thousands of people have been moved to emergency.


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