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tackling the root causes of youth violence. many young people that perpetuate and violence, again of the young people themselves have also been victim multiple times. my generation can try me, design and shape this generation change on al jazeera, in a diverse range of stories from across the globe. from the perspective of our networks, journalists on al jazeera. ah, this is al jazeera, ah, hello, i'm emily. angry, and this is the news our live from coming up in the next 60 minutes. a typhoon, his 8th in china, flooding homes and businesses and sterling, one of the busiest transport hub, live on sunni latest windows,
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former prime minister. now she but mcafee to form a new government in another attempt to end it's a legal deadlock desperate for how we may migrant from the emma who fled to military crackdown and now facing provoking a virus hunch here. still waiting for help. why mexicans caught in a criminal fool feel more isolated than ever. i'm devin ash with fought coven, strike twice for well, number one goal. so john rom, forcing him out of the tokyo infix. and on day 2 of the games, a shop result in men's basketball with favorites, the usa and losing to from ah, typhoon has been heating, heavily populated areas in east, in china, with thousands of people already displaced from severe flooding. infer has made
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landfall in the coastal province of jet young, but it's already effecting shanghai. china is busy commercial hub. sarah brooks 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 providence, and displace more than a 1000000 others. and now a tie soon has hit the eastern coastal province of jos young, bringing more rain and high speed when 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. we've got a kind of a psychological trauma going on here as well as disruption. but there's also political significance and that, and that is possibly, you know, going to play out. overcoming mom, local authorities have clay,
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schools and businesses transport systems have been suspended to enable shanghai, china as largest city and commercial hub, all international ones. a mystic flights have been canceled. activity at the busiest port in the world has shut down with large containers, removed off ships, it's going to be a really, really difficult going to be a difficult time for the shipping traffic. i would say ideally it should be at least a week or more. busy deliberate ball, things even going to be normal. high food in for is the 6 storm to hit china this year and has 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 the wrench rains in the philippines and this he is heavy monsoon season has made things worse, flooding thousands of home children. people has been
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a challenge during the pandemic lay on the water and we made sure social distance thing is being implemented and we have they smoke for everyone. so if they forget there's 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 thought a height of algebra, but typhoon risks creating new bottlenecks in supply chains already disrupted by the pandemic. just consider the size of shanghai port, which is scaled bank operations. it's the world's busiest and in a normal year would have handled more than $500000000.00 tons of cargo any more delays could hit exports at a time of peak demand in the us in europe. import is there are due to start restocking warehouses ahead of the year and shopping rush. and then there's the threat of soaring shipping rains. they've already increased sevenfold between
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shanghai and some european ports in the past year. t airy. it van is. landa is a professor of transport and economics at the university of and he joins us live now from skype. thanks for joining us, professor. can you break it down a little bit? there are supply chains by land, air, and say, is one more important than the other. well, basically we can say to, for international traits, we see that maritime transportation is by far the most important. around 90 percent of all goods, international trade travel via the sea actually. and don't go via arizona minority that goes for air and we see some more cargo coming up via land. real transport typically between asia and europe for instance. but still, the majority of the transportation goes via c. so the thing is very important. so how much will base disruptions impact europe and the us what we've
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seen in already in the past year, but more than the year. and i went to corporate crisis is that if such a big event happens, that supply chains get wrapped up very easily, very quickly. actually. ports get close to goods can be shipped out any more from one continent to another. with cove it, we have seen that we are still with this problem around these days and that also in different parts of the world. now we have this problem. and what we also see is that it's not easy to get things on track again to get things in business again. so we're really a major disruption that this can call, sorry to interrupt you there. so we've had cove it and now we've got the storms. what's the solution? well, there's no magical solution, but what would help a lot already is to have more visibility and supply chain. that's what we are lacking today. basically, the majority of the players and such a supply chain do not have
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a view on what happens elsewhere in the chain. we have the shipping companies, but they do not know what happens in the ports are not enough. we have the tunnel operators in the port like information from the shipping companies but also from the landside transportation and a solution for that is called basically thing cro mobility. that means the facility to shift very quickly between supply chains where capacity is still available. we are trying to get there. there's been talks about this for a couple of years now, but it's not easy to get there because an essential element there is trust between the different parties and the willingness to share and exchange information. and that's what we are lacking today, professor of some industries more impacted by these disruptions than others. well, basically we can say that in containers via c transportation, about any type of goods is being transported can go from a diamonds to sense basically. so any good type in between,
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so we can say that as far as containers are concerned, it can affect any commodity type, any type of product of we are consuming. in 1st place, we will be talking about moving consumer goods. but basically in the end, it could be anything which is impact at all. and it's already been ravaged by coven 19. i mean, how much more can the supply chain change handle if anything? well, a good thing about logistics is that in the end it's very resilient. it always goes back to well, in some way or another. but of course, not always in the most efficient way. very often, these are at home decisions last minute decisions which have to be made down of course are very expensive. but one thing is that when all the crisis that the logistics has been gone through in the past years, and in the above, that gets actually, they've learned a lot. they learn to circumvent the big problems. but still there's
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a way to go if we want to get to sing for mobility. if we want to be able to self issues on the spot with free capacity, we need much more visibility. so we are on good track with logistics, but there is still a way to go to get to real synchro mobility, let's say have a mixed wakes and month unfold. thank you for your time there, professor professor pierre, re than land there to welcome to india. now and at least 9 people have been killed and 3 others injured, following a land slide in this stage of human child pradesh. lodge boulders rolled down a mountain striking in van carrying 11 tourists. a bridge collapsed when the boulders crashed. directly on top of it, rescue workers and clean up teams have been sent to the same. and parts of europe continue to battle with flag the week after nearly 40 people died. this was the
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saying in belgium, unfortunately, we don't have that vision, i'm afraid, but i'll continue on with this story, roads remain closed and several homes were evacuated after a wall collapse. the clean up if it looks set to be hampered with more heavy rain at least 400 people have been moved from the italian island of sat danielle after wildfires in gulf more than 4000 hector of land. 55 is using a craft to put out the flames, but those efforts are being hampered by a hot southwesterly wind, causing the fire to spread and the danger level on the island is now at extreme. i had extreme haiti is also the challenge facing athletes and organizes at the tokyo olympics. some competitive have collapsed because of the conditions. so tennis pies
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have been given extra time to recover between sets and the richardson reports from tokyo. it's not just elim peon, stating 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 events and tennis willed number. one of the joke of ich, said the sweltering conditions during his opening match with a toughest it ever experienced. i think some people from, you know, other color country is not good for playing outside in such a, you know, very hot weather. the singles is it takes over 3 hours or more so it's too hard to play. i ugly with them. 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,
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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, there's really extensive heat counter measures across all of the training and all of the competition. the 1964 took your lympics 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, 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, the actually 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. davey after one to 2 weeks. so
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we've already, nissan physically changes. fanatically, do not prepare for the heat before the kil, on before any competition. and so the same thing you would experience unless you dig reminder in your performance of the heat, is that the only weather related concern at these games, a typhoon is approaching, and some events have already been rescheduled. as a precaution and the richardson al jazeera tokyo tell the lebanese sunni late is have endorsed former prime minister, now z, but mccarty to form a new government. if confirmed mccarty saying here on the left will become prime minister designate lebanon's, last government resigned in august last year, following the deadly bay room for the explosion. plenty more ahead on this news hour, including 2 turkish soldiers killed and 2 others injured in an attack on
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a vehicle in northern syria. we'll have the light. it's from a sample. oh, the mos in ivory coast up for world heritage that is one tells us q story and why they must be protected. and at the tokyo olympics, these to movie and the teenagers shop, the swimming world detail later. and i they've been fees fighting in the past few days between afghan forces and the taliban beyond group has now taken the married district in coon, province, according to local military sources. it's close to the border with pakistan. the african army has been trying to hold the taliban advance. meanwhile,
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africans have ended the 5th not of a curfew imposed by the government for what it calls security reasons. all but 3 of the countries $34.00 provinces will be subject to the new restrictions. us defense secretary lloyd austin says he believes the afghan government 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 on some of the ground that they've lost so i think, i think from my engagements 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,
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to make progress and to and to really began to blunt some of the taliban advances. diplomatic editor james base 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 afghan 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 is planning to impose curfews across the country in all, but 3 of the provinces. and we hear from overnight that in helmand,
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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 overnight in 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 simply saying that they have found 5 bodies on their investigating who they are. a military ceremony has been held in a gas in tampa for 2 turkish soldiers killed in northern syria. the vehicle was attacked on saturday in the l bab area. the defense ministry says take these forces immediately fired back to he launched across the border operation in 2016 to drive out iso and kurdish y p g 5 is check. he continues to maintain
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a heavy military presence in the northwest. syria were soon sada, has more from assembled. the turkish officials are confirming that their site is coming from the y p g. but when it comes to way pages, distribution is a little bit complicated because y p g is enjoying the support from both russia and the usa was 2 countries are being considered by turkey as allies just the texas to please. yes. so they have been carried out from total pounds, which is under the protection under the control of russia and the syrian government, which means that there are 2 actors also protecting white piece by the turkish foot administration for the ministry. and the defendant has a sore for the national russia because it has concern that an escalation between uncle and moscow called have a negative impact on the construction in it live where 4500000 people living there . and that is potentially quickly gotten even worse. the refugees over turkey was turkey hosting already for media effigies. on the other hand, the,
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the attack has been carried out by an anti tank guy to miss which many of the expertise that is, is provided by the us to the y p. john, the washington continue that continuous support y p g is also another major reason for the friction between and cut and washington took. it says that washington is to immediately stop the supporting y p g because it is a pizza case in officer, which is on the terrorist in the u. s. the european union, turkey, but the u. s. it says that the white piece has been an effective instrument against its it's in its fight against iso. so the reason a tags is not when the going to going to further the string, the relations between and cut and washington. but also it is going to determine the relation between on cut out and moscow as well. hundreds of anti government protest has have rallied into nicea activists. one changes to the political system, including the removal of the parliamentary speaker,
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is also in anger over the extension of the corona virus state of emergency until january 28th students kidnapped by gunman in northern nigeria. several weeks ago have been frayed. an official from the school in can during the children have been reunited with their families. 87 of the 121 who had taken a still being held by kidnappers. it's one of a spate of abduction for ransom in the region in recent months. several mask seen the ivory coast could semi declared unesco willed heritage signs . one of these historic buildings in the village of san bangor was inspired by sudanese architecture and tradition. it's a mom told us why it's so important. the community my name is mohammed watson. we are an ivory coast in the village where most of the muslims gather. oh,
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i'm the 11th and mom here. i've been leading this mosque the 25 years. here we live in perfect harmony. i give people my support so that they will be blessed and everything they do. i always teach them to follow god's will. this mosque has existed since the 16th century and we all praise you. all those who built the mosque gone now it's us who take care of it. mosques like these and other villages have all been destroyed because of a lack of maintenance. this is the only one left in the region. and what your opinions come here, sir. blessings. as well as those who want to travel to europe, this pushes us to maintain our mask so that grace accompanies those who need it. all. those who come to seek blessings in this most always testify to the success that follows. even the current president allison with tara came here to pray with
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us. if we do not take care of this mask when we are no longer here, our children will miss out on the benefit level. this is a heritage that we must protect by the still ahead on al jazeera allegations of recrimination, china issue the warning the us, the head of high level told the president and warns of lethal strike against the enemy target during a parade to celebrate its naval forces. and in full skateboarding de booth at the olympics and feeling like the 1st gold medals to japan. ah ah,
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the most places in the middle east is 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 iran, for example, or an ask about that come down a little bit. that's not true for iraq. so for iraq and saudi arabia in particular is looking particularly hot, young, chill reason levant keeps things a little cooler here. quite a breeze is blowing out of iraq, and that'll be a dusty one down towards re 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 had to be recorded 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 and optically went this time the year. it is the big thunderstorms.
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are these here in highlands? maybe an airy trailer, a tre, all the hell is held about here. so the south is down and north, south sudan is where does it meet green, and it's particularly wet of the moment the when a french soldier was murdered in a so called terrorist attack. his mother retaliated with love, speaking out against intolerance and alienation. she travels the world with the result of a grieving mother who love to son adopted a generation latifah, witness documentary on al jazeera. a year ago, one of the largest nuclear blast and history killed more than 200 people and injured 1000. the victims,
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families still need answers. we want to justify how did dangerous chemicals end up and they would support let's be professional. it was not intended for muslim league and was a whole stockpile unloaded from the ship, the missing a mile. and there was a move in one way or another on the ship and they could wait for join me for their, for the full report on algebra, theda o a watching algae 0. i'm emily anguish, reminder of a tough story. i phone in heating heavily populated regions of age in china. it comes days after flooding forth a 1000000 people from their homes and killed at least 50 thousands of people have
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been moved to emergency shelton. they've been phased fighting between afghan forces and the taliban beyond group has reportedly taking control of the district in province. gan ami is trying to hope to taliban advance and ta, lebanese sunni ladies have endorsed former prime minister must how to form a new government. if confirmed mccarty saying here on the left, will become a prime minister designate, replacing her re, re live on has been without a government for a month. in the light is on the corona virus now and migrant workers from me and my living in
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thailand, border areas facing increased hardships locked down their mains. 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 report 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 fields. 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 some of the loading mom a,
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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, 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 the 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,
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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. me my views. he said, you know, i want the man ma, who touch relief on sushi 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 louis al jazeera, more than a 1000000 people in malaysia have had coven 19. and since the start of the pandemic, the country pass the milestone after reporting and other $17000.00 cases on sunday . the delta variance is fueling a new wave of infections across se, asia, malaysia government has sped up its vaccine rollout, and a strict lockdown is in place. is a really, really an alarming number. 2,
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to be taken lightly off. because we have seen, must have been the united states yet the neighboring country are seen so many countries who, who took the fall. and right now, when i see malaysians that you do at the very relax case. the guy with 19 delta variant is spreading rapidly through the asia pacific region. if philippines is banning travelers from malaysia and thailand, people in manila have been queueing up for vaccines. restrictions have been rein posed there and in the provinces until the end of the month. elsewhere in the region, even remote island, nations that had remained isolated for much of last year as being a rise in infections. tiny, cheng explains 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
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a significant rise in daily cases in the past week to more than a 1000 a day.


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