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long new babies were dying. i did not think its neglected babies to deck. people and power investigate, exposes, and questions they use them to be of our around the globe are now to 0. me the another night of curfew engineers here and more calls ratoma. 2 days after the president dismissed the government and froze column and ah, i've had my heating and this is al jazeera life, and doha also coming up at least 6 dead says to rain triggers, landslides, the biggest rank refugee camp in bangladesh. fasick in corruption
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trial, a former co said of pope francis and 10 others. these charges of extortion and money laundering. and we go inside the ancient forest almost untouched by humans, which is the leases to be added to the un world's heritage list. ah, will we begin in june z over a constitutional crisis is threatening the country's decade old democracy. the largest coalition government policy says it's ready for elections as to the present rose parliament, the sank, the prime minister. then author policy says the move by case said is unconstitutional and civic society, civic society groups say they're opposed to emergency measures or a burden. manley reports happy boy gave a avenue in the heart of 2 nieces to promote guerria has not been the stage for
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protest and political change. and this week with no difference or security forces, lying the streets in the army. his setup barricade, locking people and politicians from accessing government buildings. president chi said sucked the prime minister of the prominent capital members and announce a freeze on parliament's 30 days. he says the decision was taken after following the process laid out by the constitutions. but the move was divided opinions and i'm a local if the people see that kind of said wants to become a dictator and work against the revolution. of course the people rise up against him and overthrow him so that you know, i know cause and cause it is really a rescue operation because lately alternation have seen that the economic and social situation has deteriorated. a lot under the government's policies, the biggest political group,
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the and the other party is calling the president's move a qu, but says it's open and ready for dialog. we reject the unconstitutional announcements and we welcome all the rejections that have come from news of the political party as well as some of your patients. and we call the changes in people to the com and vigilant and you ready to defense visible. christy really, really, really must protest were held on sunday with many, focusing at the not a party a long struggle with cubic 19. and an economy in decline has become a perfect recipe for unrest. the then on monday, a face off in tunis between those for and against the president. the same streets were filled during the 2011 jasmine revolution that led with decades of democracy
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with the people now in power, a being accused of corruption and incompetence. and the president is accused of establishing an authoritarian governments, the many people here so hard to read of a decade ago. for now, what is important is that the decision for all of the political acts up to fit together, that we are no longer within to return and resume into needs yet. but we're in democratic are you into an epic and has to happen within the mac graphic process and democratic framework. so now to mrs. com. many don't know whether it's fragile democracy can be phased by dialogue or whether the streets will once again become a stage for nation demanding change. lower but manly out there are red ones. the other is a senior fellow and middle east analyst that the arab sensor, he says the president is only making things worse. the best thing they can do right
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now to undo what he's done before. and i'm sure i'm not sure he has the character to do that because he's a clear, he's stubborn. he is not all been asked you to on your the article. but he's got parties invited also versus right. organization part the but he's got parties. he has such an attitude against a politician's as a corrupt, and this is the same attitude for popular leaders. we have seen in europe and eating our series during administration. i think this is a dangerous move i should hearing lies and understand that this is being a part of a democratic process. you have to accept then go in a situation and you have to accept other players. be part of the more, but they're probably better than having an all countries around the world. even there are more wars and situation in india or in,
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in united states and other countries. very spawns not actually to crush the democratic situations. the democracy sometimes has no answer to everything, but the democratic process it can allow for also you sharon, to be bart and to be discussed and debated within. now what, what, what are the shy you had done actually, he added politically, unconsciously, 200 crises to the economy and to the health problem into nature. syrian government forces are bombarding the central district of ballads. the military area under siege for more than a month causing open access to food and medicine. grice groups. the warning 40000 people could face don't ation the government. and it's not like russia to force the physician pointers to surrender their weapons and allow military checkpoints to be
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monson reigns in bangladesh of triggered landslides at the world's largest refugee camp, killing at least 6 people, mostly children. the kids up alone camp in cox's bazaar is home for more than a 1000000 rang refugees from neighboring men mar alexia bryan reports in the pouring rain. people come to see what happened or salvage what's left. the makeshift homes built from plastic sheets and bamboo poles had no chance when this muddy hillside collapsed into rachel rains. one of your left and my sister went to the bathroom and after she returned the side of the hill, came down. i have one nice and 2 nephews and my sister. my brother in law, along with the other family members, managed to get out of the shelter. but the kids came down on the school and the entire shelter was damaged. 2 of them died and 2 others were injured like the powerful monsoon rains cause
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a flood that reached loose high in some areas of the crew. to follow camp. more than 100 teens to see, to be washed away by the water. good of how long and bangladesh is the world's biggest refugee camp and the most densely populated. it's home to more than 1000000 wrangler who flayed a crick down by the military and neighboring miasma. overcrowded basic and prone to lions live in flooding. i'm going to have informed the people at risk to moral being able to not comply with the request of the we will take alternate steps. not so much as we hope that population that we will be willing for. the government says all the ra hanging will be received filled as soon as possible, and that measures are being taken to minimize casualties caused by the annual rains . but right group say it's not enough that the flood prove once more how vulnerable the ratings refugees to the impacts of climate change. many and now sheltering and
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mosques in schools and facing the prospect of having lost their home. again. alex here brian al jazeera the white house is reportedly seeking 1000000000 dollars to help resettle afghan personnel who works with the u. s. military recent advances. one of the taliban have triggered growing concern for their safety, especially with the last foreign forces on their way out of the country. president joe biden has already approved 100000000 dollars in emergency funding to that curious as can translators, other personnel, their families, but more money is needed to help speed out the process. the state department says an initial group of 2500 people will be brought into, brought to military base in virginia while their visa applications are processed. the 1st are expected to rise before the end of this month. roughly $20000.00
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afghans have signed up for special immigrant visas. symbol wait for approval at u. s. military base is overseas or 3rd, countries. lodge and vine seen as her former us marine who went to afghanistan in 2012. he says the african personnel were crucial to the mission and the u. s. must ensure the safety they acted both as linguistic interpreters, but also as a cultural bridge between the u. s. patrols in other countries patrolling and off on and the local communities that were being patrol. so i would say they were absolutely crucial to, to the mission. i don't think i don't think a lot of the mission crew gone forward without, without their help. in terms of their identity being discovered and their families being targeted, that was a risk that day that they were burdened with that. frankly, us soldiers and marines didn't carry with us. and now that risk is even greater,
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especially for the former interpreters who live in provincial cities. we have to remember that they don't all live in cobble. they also live in provinces, some of which are under the control of the taliban, or surrounded by the taliban. so i think the risk is quite immediate and every day that they, they're left enough honest on that is like playing russian roulette with their lives. they don't need to be processed in inside afghanistan. in fact, i think it's crucial that they're taken out of afghanistan and preferably placed in u. s. territory, but, but at a minimum taken out of afghanistan and processed in an area where, where there, they are safe and i think a u. s. territory is preferred because it's best not to out source, our responsibility to a 3rd country, but in terms of simply getting them out of afghanistan along with their dependence . i think that's very feasible for me. a close ally of pope francis is on trial for alleged financial crimes. he, along with 9 others,
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is accused of extortion. embezzlement and money laundering is the largest trial ever to take place within the vatican and re simmons reports from london on the case on the links, the case has to the u. k. what has the vatican, the heart of the roman catholic church and chelsea, one of the most exclusive and desirable parts of london got in common. it isn't religion, it's money. lots of it. then add to that murky deals. extortion and fraud revolving around a central figure. not a godfather, a catholic cardinal angelo. bet you. he was a close adviser to pope francis, who fired him last year, accusing him of nepotism. but the scandal is far bigger than favors for friends and family. bet you and 9 others faced charges including embezzlement, extortion, money laundering, and abuse of office. it was here in london that market chelsea that but you became
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involved alleged with a major investment of $412000000.00 in this real estate. but the church money was wasted because of a scam and over evaluations. prosecute to say, to london based italian finance. he has received vast sums of money from the vatican for reckless speculative investments. the form of vatican financial regulators with loyal renee broo heart was also involved. bet you is said to have been involved in other fraudulent schemes to much of it using money donated by the catholic faithful. pope frances has made reforms in the vatican's justice system. this trial is the 1st to see a causal indicted by criminal prosecutors. the churchmen used to be in judgment. he was one of the most powerful figures in the vatican, and for him now to be facing trial is really extraordinary. it is, i think,
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a sign of the seriousness with which pope francis has taken the task of cleaning up. gotcha. can finance it. bet you who had once considered becoming a candidate for the papacy. denies all charges and says he's the victim of, of vatican conspiracy. andrew simmons al jazeera fill ahead on al jazeera, we'll have the latest corona, virus numbers of asia, which countries are reporting, record infections and peruse peasant former turned precedence federal cust. you prepared to take office struggling citizens, share their hopes and fears for the future. ah, ah, is the time the year when you get thunderstorms in the desert?
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south west. if you look at the big circulation, they tend to move up then and they're going across the great lakes. so the big circulation around the us, this is the result of those stores in the full corner states. these for here, it happens every year. if you're lucky and you tend to get flooding as a result, but it's probably welcome rain, rain elsewhere rather limited. it's displaying slowly as the southern states into florida, but as a mass here on a cross into the midwest, eventually the rest of the great lakes. if you saw a direction of that cloud with these is also above the smoke from the fires in british columbia in oregon, california now hopefully some of the storms will tend to damp them down, but quite often it's just drive on the storms and they tend to set them off with the lightning is the picture on thursday, the big stone to down through chicago and to the east venturing pennsylvania. they're not that big to be awesome. it's dried the size throughout the caribbean, the gulf of mexico. it's good scattering, seasonal showers. but there is also seasonal heavier rain. it's died down
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a bit in costa rica and panama rather more obvious. i think you'll find in guatemala. well, nick, or argue or hung judas. but for mexico, so much dr. picture. unless you're in the pacific coast. ah, the story that need to be tow find away and demand to be heard, the opening the window into another light and challenging perception and personal endeavours in epic struggle with the colossal sacrifices in individual journey witness showcase it inspiring documentary the change, the word on al jazeera oh
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the me this is just a quick reminder, all the top stories this are soon as you, as large as political policy says it is reggie for elections a day after the president dismissed the prime minister and from parliament. but the party is warning against and also traffic regime. government forces are from far to the central district of military in the area more than a month, cussing of access to food medicine rights groups. they forcing size and people good faith ovation. and a former course of full francis on trial. second, for alleged national anglo virtue and 9 others are accused of extortion.
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money laundering japan started tennis player. no, we are soccer says she didn't know how to cope with the level of pressure she was under to win at the olympics, a soccer was not tight and the 3rd grinds of the tournaments by check player markets from silva on tuesday. it ends her dream of winning and the big gold on home soil, the number to see struggled in a match that lasted just 68 minutes and raining us olympic gymnastics champion smooth biles has pulled out of the team finals events due to mental health concerns . with 24 year olds considered to be the greatest female gymnastic old time, left the floor with a team director after lansing. her 1st voles, she leisha said she needed to focus on her mental health. and the richardson joyce's now life from talk. you want to be know a boat simone balls is withdrawal because she was known to be the key gymnast in
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team usa. what i think time and time again. so my involves this praise test, sporting brilliance and determination. and i think we saw another aspect about strength of carrying to last night when she knew when the time was right to step away from the competition to protect her mental health and also gave her teammate the best chance of going on to when i didn't pick madeline, i think the front of the us olympic team, i've come out and officially praised her decision that other religions have given the backing to show you that we all making some progress and looking after high performance athletes, mental health. i think all face coming to these games and so were presented with the unique list of precious from unprecedented social media scrutiny to the fact that a, a cove at 19 positive test could end that participation in these games at a moment's notice. and i'll talk about simone biles was attempting to become the
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1st female gymnast in history to win 5 gold medals at a single games. now she's due to compete again on thursday, but we're still waiting for an official statement as to whether or not she will take any further part in these games. 90 this is in the lympics like know what the read the, what was the ongoing pandemic? and you mentioned the social media precious at all. athletes in the public i face nowadays is mental health. why either concern for athletes at these particular olympics? it definitely is. and thankfully, it is becoming more open conversation in the last few years, not just a visa lympics, but a high level sports all over the world. we've just heard the from the i. c spokesman mark adams. i'm here in abilene. i asked questions about what happened to my boss last nights and he said, we are very aware that this is an ongoing issue that most limbic associations now
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have their own psychologist with the team, the i a see how the psychologists in the village there are also hotlines in 70 different languages that i can call if they're facing mental difficulties and need somebody from outside of their immediate bubble thought. so i think the case have not mere sector is really interesting to see the face of these games lighting, dealing pick colds or in the opening ceremony. so much expectation on her. she just taken a to mom, right from high level tennis because she said she was struggling to deal with the mental stress of constantly being in the public health. and since she lost that game yesterday, the 1st question she was getting in public, again, we're about a mental health. so it's a very complex issue. and one of these aspects having to deal with on a daily basis. but i think once again, these take sporting champions, leading the way, telling people around the world, it is okay. it's talk about mental lows is as well as 14 hines. ok. and richardson,
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they're joining us live from talk you. thank you and z me thailand has reported a record number of corona virus infections for the 3rd day in a row. it registered with the 16000 cases and 24 hours sized restrictions were in post last week and the capital bank cog. and the other region, they include curfews and suspensions of most domestic flights. st containing the spread of the highly contagious filter variance. the korea has also reported its highest daily number of infections. its battling its worst outbreak since the beginning of the pandemic. restrictions in the capital saw have been extended for 2 more weeks. and as strangely as most popular city has extended its covert 19 locked down for a month just days before it was due to ends. stay at home,
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orders have been enforced since last month. the state of new south wales is struggling to contain an outbreak of the delta variance you as president joe biden says, all federal workers may be required to get vaccinated against corona virus. cases in the u. s. continue to claim largely driven by the more contagious del to variance. earlier on, choose day, the centers for disease control and prevention reversed as mask policy. it's no recommending fully vaccinated people wear masks and doors, and parts of the country with high transmission rates. well, you know, i've got a consideration right now, but if you're not actually, you're not nearly as smart as i thought. i should be back guys because we have the vaccinate more more,
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we learn more. we learn as fires in the don't variation more. we have to be concerned, and in only one thing we know for sure. if those other 100000000 people got vaccinated, we did a very different the world trade organization is discussing global demands for a waiver of vaccine peyton's as anything in geneva. the u. s. south africa and india have led coles to the suspension of intellectual property rights on several jobs. they say it would alone local production of vac seems and, and the pandemic more quickly. but it's the pool supply, some wealthy nation including the u. k. and the european union, socialist federal cust view is due to be sworn in as peruse new president. later on wednesday, he's beginning his 5 year term on the 2 hundreds anniversary of the country's
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independence. like millions of peruvians castillo grew up in poverty, his promise and change, but as marianna sanchez reports from lima deliver him on that pledge will be a challenge. the 200 years of republic. wednesday pedro commemorates a landmark anniversary independence from the spanish colonialist. now for the 1st time, a former and rural primary school teacher takes over the presidency. they look a feel comes from one of the poorest districts they do. and he, peruvian, see, they feel represented by jessica, who says her community, i mean outskirts of the capital. lima has little to celebrate money in the summer, the republic, it's 200 years old. but these inequality everywhere were rolling in the same mud, and we can gape, we wish our children could have it better. we always have needs, and there's no work. we wish for changing, but we can't do better. they claimed the state has forgotten the poor members of
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this community build the roads themselves, the race animals, and eat together in a commune of kitchen and the families here at the algorithm l community live on less than $8.00 a day. millions like them have come from remote places for decades, people have been grading from the and this to the capital, looking for a better life. and they ended up living in shanty towns where they continued to live in poverty. he was, as she doesn't have any hope that the new precedent will bring change away a lot. that is my grandparents, my parents, we've always been brought as a child to escape poverty and look we the poor will always be for no one remembers us. president bill castillo has promised that there will not be any more poor in a rich country, but analysts say the road for him will be up hill em tough. though. few samuels in 200 years,
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we have learned to survive rather than to lease our hardships are severe. we have gone from being one of the countries with the highest level of development to where we are now, at the end of the scale. from being almost unknown, they look astir rose to the presidency, offering change for millions of peruvians. and well, many hope he delivers on his promises. many are wary that he will be in a center. so i'll just see that might be too far as in greece. are burning out of control threatening suburban neighborhoods near athens, the raging and a forest at the base of mount and tell the north of the great capital firefighters and local authorities say surrounding suburbs around the threats. these home temperatures there have reached 36 degrees and could rise to 39 degrees in the coming days. the u. s. cultural agency unesco is deciding which site will be the latest to receive its prized world heritage status. charlie angela reports from one
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area of unspoken natural beauty in both hurts covina, which has just received the owner down a long, bumpy track lies. one of you nest goes newest sites, the young primeval forest, and indigenous forest of beach, fer spruce trees, some stretching 50 meters high, protected locally since 1954. this ecosystem is part of a sprawling ancient woodland. almost 12000 years old, covering almost 300 hector's ecologist kirsten stuck has been guarding the forest for years, preserving the landscape and preventing man may damage. he considers unesco decision recognition of his team's work for a lot near those roles. this in odyssey all are, even in these turbulent times, park administrators did not allow the structure of the reserve to be disturbed, so that it as such, survived, and became interesting for further studies. this is the newest part of
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a growing world heritage site without borders. last extended in 2017 to encompass 78 primeval beach forest across a dozen countries, rare areas on the content, almost unaltered by humans. however, unesco status does not always offer the protection it deserves. in poland, protected trees under continuous threat from illegal logging in an area so vast. it's almost impossible to police. in yan forests, scientists have discovered an ecosystem almost untouched, rich and flora, and fauna, or below sphere. the members from the plant world we have the protected species, lily, a martyr gone from the animal world, also protected warily and bears which are protected from hunting in the nearby town of pover. their hopes, the new forest status will help attract more tourists. which number only 20 last year me said neither way is current. gotcha. we hope that this new unesco status will be like opening a window to the world to show off on natural threshold so that we can reveal how
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nature regulates itself and solve certain challenges. and problems our vision. one problem is helping to solve is climate change. with the forest storing millions of tons of carbon in the soil and biomass as unesco x to preserve its future. it helps to preserve oz charlie angela al jazeera and other place again, world heritage feta. this is the french city of niece. its no malaysian focus on the cities. long standing reputation as a seaside resorts jason, back to the 18th century. it's been jobs the winter resort. turn off the riviera. these joins for the 40 other world heritage sites in france. ah, this is al jazeera, these are the headlines to disease. largest political party says it's.


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