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more desperate because they say the situation is much worse from around the world. and these external affairs systems is the government is following due process in the case and that authorities act against violation of law. ah, this is al jazeera ah hello, i'm emily anguish the news our live from coming up in the next 60 minute typhoon. he's east in china, flooding homes and businesses and stolen one of the busiest transport. this is the weather is also disrupting the touch lympics, where tall pass legs are already feeling they have desperate for help. we may
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migrant from me and my who fled the military crack down. but now i think corona virus hodge, the and rushes president warner of the lethal drive against the enemy target during a parade to celebrate its naval forces. i'm doing real sco with the latest from the toko lympics as the us men's basketball team suffer a huge blow as i bitten by france for their 1st elim pick law in 17 years. ah, a typhoon has heed, heavily populated areas in east, in china, with thousands of people already displaced from severe flooding. infer made landfall in the coastal province of judge young, and it's already having an impact on the commercial have of shanghai me,
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sour. kyra, what has this report? it's been a difficult week for people in many regions of china fast a years worth of rain in just 3 days to get floods that killed at least 63 people and hen on province and displace more than a 1000000 others. and now a tie food has hit the eastern coastal province of jose young, bringing more rain and high speed winds. more than 300000 people have left their homes. also offshore. wind speeds reached a 100 kilometers an hour and an emergency was issued at its highest level. local authorities have closed schools and businesses. transport systems have been suspended to enable shanghai. china is largest city and commercial hub. all international and domestic flights have been cancelled. activity at the busiest port in the world has shut down with large containers, removed off ships. it's going to be really, really difficult. going to be a difficult time for the shipping traffic. i would say ideally it
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should be at least a week or more. busy delay all things even going to be normal. high food info is the 6 storm to hit china this year and as already cause chaos and several other regions nearby. the storm headed there from taiwan, leaving a trail of destruction. but no one was hurt. it also dumped wrench rains in the philippines and this he is heavy monsoon season has made things worse, flooding thousands of home sheltering people has been a challenge during the pandemic lay on the water. we may chill social distance thing is being implemented and we have they smoke for everyone. so if they forget, as we're able to provide for them, meteorologist say typhoon in far is weakening, but it's still threatening. motor rental rain in the coming days. so the height of algebra, melinda lieu, is the beijing
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a bureau chief of news way. she explains the political impact, the storm could have on china. the problem with this typhoon is not only that it's reeking economic, have in some key parts of china, but also that it comes at a very delicate time. if 1st of all comes just just a few days after the massive flooding and central china, which is just dropped the lives of a 1000000 people and killed them, not just killed people but created images that, that went viral on social media. some very, very graphic images of people drowning who apparently drowned in the subway system. we've got a kind of a psychological trauma going on here as well as disruption. but there's also political, significant point of that is possibly, you know, going to play out. overcoming mom, typically natural disasters are,
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are reported. what the chinese domestic media has to be very careful about is to, is in the allocation of blame. you know, of course, titles happen all the time. flooding happens all the time. people do die in natural disasters. the blame is on mother nature. that's one thing. but in the, in the current case, there's also a possibility that if, if, if things seemed to go wrong, if the handling of the preparedness is not, is not up to par, then the government might be blamed. the death toll from monsoon floods in india has risen to 127. dozens of people are still missing. many of the victims in marashi stage were killed when land slides destroyed their homes. the west coast has been battered by torrential rain since thursday. madame polls are expected in the coming days. at least 9 people have been killed and
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injured. following a landslide in the indians say to you, my child pradesh, large boulders rolled down a mountain striking event carrying 11 to a bridge collapse. when one voted crash directly on top of this rescue, workers and clean up pains have been sent to the same and parts of europe continue to battle with floods a week after nearly 40 people died. this was a scene in belgium on saturday of a flash flood, washing cars away the roads, remain closed in several homes, were evacuated after a war collapsed. the clean up if it looks set to be hampered with more heavy rains for at least 400 people have been moved from the italian island of said dania after wildfires engulfed more than 4000 hector of land. 55 is a using aircraft to put out the flames. but those,
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if it's being hampered by a hot southwesterly, wind, causing the 5 to spread and the danger level on the island is now extreme. i and extreme haiti is also the challenge facing athletes and organizes at the tokyo olympics. some competitors have collapsed because of the conditions. so tennis plays being given extra time to recover between sets. and richardson reports from tokyo. it's not just limpy and stealing the heat in tokyo, the locals make sure they get up early for their sunday morning game of tennis. on friday, a russian archer fainted. an intense heat midway through her event and tennis willed number. one of the joke of ich, said the sweltering conditions during his opening match with
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a toughest it ever experienced. i think some people from other color country is not good for playing outside in such a you know, very hot weather or singles is it takes over 3 hours or more so it's too hard to play. i agree with him. organizes insist athlete help is paramount, but the daytime events are sometimes necessary for you. a lot of the competition schedule has been built were possible depending on the, on the sport to, to accommodate that. they will avoid the hardest part of the day, but that's not possible with every sport. and on top of that, there's really extensive heat counter measures across all of the training and all of the competition. the 1964 to carolyn picks took place in the cooler month of october, but the demands of tv networks mean july and august and now the preferred time for the games organizes use a measurement koby wet,
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spoke globe temperature. it's effectively a combination of heat and humidity, anything over 28th experts. i can be stressful for an athlete. and that number's been hitting 30 and 31 in tokyo. the japanese environments agency naturally issued a hate stroke warning, telling the public not to exercise during the middle of the day. that is not an option for many olympic athletes. competitors did know they were heading into extreme conditions and many have spent time preparing in heat chambers like this one. when somebody is closing in the heat. davie after one to 2 weeks. so we've already, nissan, very clear changes, so nasty, do not prepare for the heat before the fuel on before any competition. and he says the same thing you will experience must dictate man in his performance heat isn't the only weather related concern at these games. a typhoon is approaching, and some events have already been rescheduled. as
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a precaution and the richardson al jazeera tokyo plenty morehead on the news ally, including 2 turkish soldiers killed and 2 others injured in an attack on a vehicle in the northern syria. we'll have the lights from sambo, still waiting for help, why? mexican court, in a criminal law feel more isolated than ever and the reigning all around him, next chem, and remains on course to win the gold medal attack your game. joe will have all those details coming up in ah, who's been fighting in the past few days between afghan forces and the taliban? the armed group has now taken the nary district in coon province, according to local military sources. it's close to the border with pakistan. the
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afghan army has been trying to hold the taliban in advance. meanwhile, afghans have ended the 1st night of the curfew imposed by the government for what it calls security reasons, all but 3 of the countries $34.00 provinces will be subject to new restriction. us defense secretary lloyd austin says he believes the afghan government's plans to consolidate. security forces in major cities could help stop the taliban advance. and i think the 1st thing to do is to make sure that they can slow the momentum and 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
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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 and diplomatic editor james, that he is in cobble where he reports, the taliban has been gaining momentum. it seems more bad news for the afghan government, nor i district in tune. our province in the east of asking the stone appears to follow to the taliban. no official confirmation from the government side or the taliban. but which is there is spoken to local sources, spoken to military sources who prepare to speak of the record. now, districts in afghanistan, there are about $400.00 of them, relatively small spots. this is important, i think strategically, because a mountainous area but is right close to the border with pakistan. afghanistan also
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is planning to impose curfews across the country in all, but 3 of the provinces. and we hear from overnight that in helmand, one of the provinces, that's going to have a curfew. 25, a taliban were killed according to the african government and african air force as strike. we're also hearing of developments in cobble province over night and the city, the capital city in the province around it will not be subject to a curfew, but we hear that just north of the city in cobble province. there were 5 intelligence officers who has been reported have been killed. i can tell you officially, on the record though, cobble police, a simply saying that they have found 5 bodies and they're investigating who they are. and military ceremony is being held in gas in tap for the 2 turkish soldiers killed in northern syria. the vehicle was attacked on saturday in the back area. the defense ministry says turkish forces immediately fired back turkey launched
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across the border operation in 2016 to drive out eiffel and kurdish y p. j fight is . turkey continues to maintain a heavy military presence in northwest syria. let's get more from our correspondent wrestle, said i, in the sample. thank you for joining us. we're so 1st of all, what are the full lamps and the depth of the soldiers and then turkey returning fire. well, the bodies of the soldiers have been taken to the hospital into again to day. military ceremony has been held for the soldiers in the city of god's young tip. later, the bodies have been taken to their homes. it is all due and some soon which takes place in the black sea region of the of turkey. and soon the funeral ceremony is also going to start there. the planes that were carrying the buddies just landed in
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their home city is these plays that the attack 2 plays the above region has been clear for them i saw by the turkish army in 2016 during is the 1st major military incursion to syria. and since then, target has established several military ports in that region, and that's pools how being tagged. but recently we can see that the peak at kids feed, an optional y, p g is increasing the frequency of attack on this turkish military post. as you mentioned, you know, this cross border operation has been going on since 2016. that was 5 years ago. does it seem like they have been any gains made well so far for turkey took, it says that as y p g is the syrian off short of the p k k p k. case on the tetra list in did you say your opinion and turkey regarding y p g as the national
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security detract for the country? and that has been one of the major reasons for the deflation between washington and kara as well. so turkey says that the washington should stop supporting y p g, because the continued support of the you as a, as a risk in the turkish military is or took your soldiers live there. but the u. s. s . has that y, p g has been an effective instrument in the fight against iso and it will keep the support in supporting white people. on the other hand, distribution is a little bit complicated when it comes to the political game, because white page is not only getting support from the us, but also from russia as well. not really enjoying support from both russia and the us. but turkey sofa hasn't mentioned the u. s. the or particularly russia, because it has concern that any escalation between moscow and i'm kind of cool, have a negative impact in the belly, frustration in the city of it lip, which,
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which 4500000 people live there. and it might potentially trigger another wave of the ravages tobar turkey ristocki or the hosting for 1000000 cd refugees there. but the recent at tags seems that it's going to further the sting donations between and cut and washington, and also the relation between the delicate relation between and cut it and most glo . so going to be affected by the support that's coming from russia as well. plenty of movie pants do. thank you for that update. russell set an example there. hundreds of anti government protested have rallied into new z. activists want changes to the political system, including the removal of the parliamentary speaker, is also been anger over the extension of a corona virus state of emergency until january 28th students kidnapped by gunman in northern nigeria. several weeks ago have been a phrase,
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an official from the school in kaduna said the children have been reunited with their families. 87 of the 121 who were taken as still being held by get members in one of a spite of abductions, who ransom in the region in recent months, in migrant workers. from me and my living in thailand, border areas facing increased hardships locked down the means there's less work leaving many to rely on donations. yet people still flayed to thailand to escape from military roll back home florence louis reports. there's usually no shortage of work or labor as for farms in pop products. strict in western thailand. many farmers here employ migrants from across the border in
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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 couldn't return to thailand, eagerly after the borders were closed and ended up paying brokers to sneak her back in illegally down on the loading mom a, i mean in many migrant for me and my in trouble. now, many of us have to hide and 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 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,
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the children will be left behind in a hot or in houses and who is 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, no one is allowed to leave unless they can show they've tested negative for coven 19. many are unable to find work and have been relying on donation, but supplies are 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 on 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
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louis al jazeera, more than a 1000000 people in malaysia have had coven, 9 tame since the start of the pandemic. the country passed the milestone after reporting another $17000.00 cases on sunday. the delta variances fueling a new wave of infections across south east asia. malaysia's government has sped up its vaccine rollout and a strict lockdown is in place. is a really, really an alarming number to, to be taken lightly off because we have seen must have been the united states. yes . in neighboring country. i seen so many countries who took the fall. and right now, when i see malaysians that you do at the very relax case, because the 19 delta variant is spreading rapidly through the asia pacific region. the philippines is banding travelers from malaysia and thailand. people in manila
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have been queueing up for vaccines restrictions have been re imposed to the air and in other provinces until the end of the month. elsewhere in the region, even remote island, nations that had remained isolated from much of last year as being infections. rise 20 cheng has moved grieving relatives, watch as the body of their mothers remove 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 cove 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 benefit of everyone else. and they've got your family. busy and friends, the neighbors a,
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some of the most remote islands in the world. many of the pacific nations have been under strict lockdown for the past year. and in some cases recorded 0 domestic transmission of cove at 19. but the delta variance has changed all that. and it's clear the only way out of vaccines. that's the only way i don't think goes. we have any other option then try to actual 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 in vantage our to the vaccine rollout has just begun quite a challenge in a nation of 83 separate islands as part of the global kovacs back the nation initiative. one o 2 has now received several shipments, but with cases rising in the region many award, that won't be enough for 2000 tossers and it's not really enough for the hubbub. listen on all the. so we still need more packets in mainland southeast asia. there
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was a feeling that the worst of the pandemic was past here and thailand, they only had 61 cove at 19 death in the whole of 2020. now, there are more than that every single day. vietnam was touted as another cove at 19 success. strict controls had kept early cases isolated and transmission well under control. now the vietnamese authorities a sing 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 there their fees. there could be a new outbreak of coven 19 infections in venezuela's capital, after hundreds gathered to celebrate the easing of restrictions. president nicholas mac douro has implemented a more flexible quarantine plan. despite warnings,
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the country is going through a 2nd wave of cases. scientists say the government must boost its vaccination campaign since fewer than 4 percent of people are fully inoculated demonstrators across brazil, calling for the impeachment of president j both scenario. they're angry at his handling of the corona virus pandemic allegations of corruption and the economic crisis. monica yanna, kiev reports from rio de janeiro its the for its nationwide protest since mean thousands taking to the st. 22 brazilian states indigenous leaders joining forces with left wing parties, trade unions, and social organization, calling for president jaden, also modeled impeachment. the se brazilians must stand tall and break the silence.
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74 year old accost suite, stop by shot at the bab staying at home in fear of the coven. 1900 virus, is no longer an option. is ill. the audio visa, we're fighting for our lives. in order to do this, we must impeach the president who has done nothing to protect us from the corona virus, but also from hunger and environmental destruction. you know, there's growing dissatisfaction with the government's handling of the pandemic, which is now being investigated by brazil. spanish also now was already being blamed for down playing the danger of the corona virus and delaying the vaccine rollout in a country with the world's 2nd largest number of death by covered 19 to geisha. took a turn when congress started looking into accusations of corruption with government officials, negotiating over price. vaccines drove the study. people are now also protesting because they think that there is
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a risk to democracy. this poster here says if the people are out on the street in the midst of a pandemic, it's because the government is more dangerous than the virus. recent polls show that 6 out of every 10 brazilians asked. think bull scenario is incapable of leading the country. and that he would be defeated next year's election by former president with the national ruler. the silver also not responded by following former us president donald trump script this thought, i have already said that only god can remove me from the presidency. like the former us preston, brazil president has already started telling his followers that the opposition is going to rig the election and that he won't accept the results. if there is fraud. they want them to produce regarding us. it's there in the us. the military did not get involved, and here they are involved. it's the 1st time since $93.00 are
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clearly involved in politics and they have turned the democracy. usually, quickbooks, while it's usual and it's not, it's a constitutional issue and the military has not have nothing to do with it. so i think there is no need to traps. marcus, through this juncture, is the lives between both from our fax results for the military. the presidential election is still some way off, but on the streets of brazil, tensions are rising. monica in our give, i'll just 0. we're narrow. still ahead on al jazeera allegations and recriminations, china issues as a warning to the us. the head of high level told class the nuclear issue
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overshadowing and manual mac problems assist. official visit or french polynesia and 2 of the biggest names in gulf or out of the tokyo olympics after testing positive. because 19, joe will have all those details in ah the most places in the mid leases back to normal. it is hotter than these average lead the case, and there are more sharon, in the western parts of yemen, parts of saudi, but not so much in man. now. the edge of the effects of monsoons catching salaries overcast here, there is drizzle that last 3 months. but temperatures are not excessive for the most part into around, for example, or, and ask about that come down a little bit. that's not true for iraq. so for iraq and saudi arabia in particular
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is looking particularly hot. young. she'll reason levant keeps things a little cooler here. quite a breeze is blowing out of iraq and that'll be a dusty went down towards riyadh. you'll notice nothing in the gulf. so the temperature in the heart of $43.00 is just surprisingly humid. 43, you know, this time year for re out. we're not quite hitting the record, it is 48, but we're getting close. and like most, some places in this part of the middle east, it is warmer than average by at least 3 degrees. and that will persist. the horn of africa is a little damp, but not particularly wet. this time the year it is, the big thunderstorms are these, here in highlands may be an airy trailer, a trail all the hell is held about here. so the south is sedan and north south sudan is where does it meet green and is particularly wet of the moment.


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