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peruse on al jazeera oh i was just reminded about top stories on government truths, and cells and syria has surrounded a rebel controlled neighborhood in the area that are being deceived. for more than a month to $40000.00 people have been cut off from food medicine committee as president of accusing politicians of corruption, demanding the return of billions of dollars. he says, stolen from the public site has also dismissed the head of the national television . us media report say i've got interpreters and help us forces are on their way to
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america, along with the family members. thousands more, still waiting and gone on to see if and when will become eligible for the special program or thing. and i've gone on where violence and the territorial advances made by the taliban of forcing people to leave their homes. senior un official is told al jazeera, that if there is no c, 4 situation could become the world's worst humanitarian catastrophe. a diplomatic editor james bay's travel to bobby young with 47000 people have been displaced in recent weeks. travelling with the un took by me and it should take just over 4 hours to drive to this mountainous province. but the route is far too dangerous. now, once seen as the safest place in afghanistan, recent violence has seen the un recording over 47000 internally displaced people in recent weeks. dameion without doubt, has one of the best hospitals in the country funded by the aga con. ah,
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but the hospital has been overwhelmed by people suffering. after walking for days through the mountains. wonder i left because the taliban had captured more districts. when we came here, all the people were on the run. they were fleeing. my husband works for the police and wasn't able to come with us. i took all 3 of my children to get some help, but i received no help. these are among 300000 people displaced across. i've got to stand since may. the un humanitarian coordinator is if there's no c spar, things could get much worse. my fear you unfortunately something which gives them trouble to sleep. i think we will be looking at some of the war stretch and this which we have seen in the recent history. we traveled in the us, convoy out of town, towards the mountains to school, built by the un refugee agency,
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you and hcr. it was constructed to educate children returning from outside africa, understand. instead these kids all recently fled their homes inside the country. news of all busy, quickly spread. the government coming here. these women desperate for help. after abandoning their villages. that's what i've been there that more than they told us of the taliban coming, so we fled from our homes. what could we do? we were in the barbara mountains and walked all the way. it was freezing there, there was no food. so we were obliged to come here. there's a reason people here are so fearful. there's a long history of persecution, of the hazard, of the larger the sheer ethnic group that make up most of by me and population. they remember the taliban harsh rule in 1900 ninety's. when they blew up the giant buddhist statues that stood for centuries in the sandstone cliffs, the united nations can only provide food and shelter when people 1st flee. but we
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met this group of families who their homes 3 months ago, and then now struggling all living into small rooms. one of the problems is un, humanitarian appeal is desperately undefended. they've received just 37 percent of the $1100000000.00 they need this year. what we've seen here, and by me, and it's just a snapshot of what's going on in many places in afghanistan, people on the move, fleeing conflict, human misery, that the un is warning, could soon turn into humanitarian catastrophe. james space, ouch is era, bobby, and province. i've got us on the sideline, so of us, secretary of state and need lincoln visit to crew wait. i'm just there a spoke to him to get his thoughts on the future of afghanistan with regard to a canister. first, it's important to remember why we went to afghanistan in the 1st place. we were attacked on 911. we were determined to bring to justice those who attacked us and
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to make sure to the best of our ability that that couldn't happen again. and we've largely succeeded in accomplishing those directors or solid loudon was brought to justice 10 years ago and arcadia in terms of its abilities to attack us. or anyone else from afghanistan has been vastly diminished. and we will keep a very close eye on it to make sure that it doesn't reemerge. and if it does, we will do what's necessary to prevent it from attacking us or from attacking anyone else. we were there for 20 years, a trillion dollars more than $4500.00 americans lost their lives and it is time for afghan, a stand to shape its own future. having said that, even as we're withdrawing our military forces, we remain very much engaged in afghan instead, with a strong embassy with support for afghanistan's economy, humanitarian support, development, support support for security forces, as well as very active diplomatic engagement to try to bring into the conflict at the negotiating table with the taliban, and with the afghan government,
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there is no military solution to the conflict. now, if an afghanistan emerges, that does not respect the basic rights of its people. that abuses the rights of women girls that does not respect the basic gains of the last 20 years, that afghanistan will be a pariah in the international community. mm. senegal was mostly spared by the 1st and 2nd waves of covered 19, but the 3rd one is proving to be catastrophic. hospitals in the capital doc are overwhelmed and your ship eligible it's a long wait in an uncomfortable chair, but they've decided to day is the day. marianna is receiving the vaccine despite her earlier reservations. i didn't trust the doc seen at 1st. that's why i didn't take it. when i saw my parents were vaccinated and not everything went well for
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them. i decided to get the shot. vaccination points are getting closer to people's home. near the local mosque or sports stadium, hundreds of thousands of doses arrived and cynical this week. i don't know. it's important to note that this strategy, which is a proximity strategy, allows us to bring the vaccine close to the population. it will allows to considerably accelerate a roll out. because we know today that the pandemic is gaining grounded, we must move faster than the delta variance. the delta variance is fueling a 3rd way and more cynical leaves. see the writing on the wall. the pandemic is in their neighbourhood. nearly 1000000 people have been vaccinated, but there aren't enough doses to go around in millions more. are needed to me on a la on said to me and everyone is here. we're moving now because before we used to say it was for the elderly, but now we see 13 year old kids getting sick. we see younger people in their twenty's dying. it's a total panic. now. hospitals into car are overflowing with new arrivals. the
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ministry of health says its facilities are already operating at 100 percent capacity for severe and critical patients. meaning every bed with oxygen available is taken. the head of infectious diseases and hospital says it's just the tip of the iceberg. funny to tell you, the truth situation is catastrophic. we are a bit overwhelmed. doctors would like to take care of the patients, but the main issue is the lack of equipment and available places. ah, when family members began to fall, ill addressed the return to cynical only to begin counting the number of loved ones last, this time a cousin only 40 years old. i was in the cemetery yesterday in one day. a lot of it is usually very about 34 people yesterday a long day, but it 35 people. so there is something going on in the world craver. i'm sorry that my people here. they kind of figured out a little bit too late. i was able to figure out a little bit sooner, but now we're just trying to catch up less than 2 percent of the senegalese
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population has been fully vaccinated and with hospitals overwhelmed. doses are in high demand and focused on is about to introduce sweeping corona virus restrictions, which will been on vaccinations. people from most venues from the 1st of august fell be bod, from government offices, schools, restaurants, and travel and shopping malls. a recent surgeon cases is being blamed on the more infectious delta variant pockets down reported nearly 4 and a half 1000 new cases on those things. israel will be the world's 1st country to begin offering a 3rd shot of the code $900.00 vaccine. the israeli media says the fires a booster shot will be for those over the age of 60. you can call the 2nd dose of 5 months ago. it's an attempt to curb infections fuel by the highly contagious delta variance. cambodia is imposing lockdown and province as bordering thailand, as it tries to limit the spread of the delta variant, thailand's head,
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and now the daily record counting 17000 more infections. half of the new cases are in bangkok and region surrounding the capital and ample cargo warehouse is being converted into a field hospital to manage the surge. the australian state of new south wales is calling in the army to help enforce lockdown restrictions. sydney, the biggest city posted record rise in infections on thursday. stay at home orders now extended until the end of august has failed to reduce new cases and compliance is patchy. we can only assume that things lockley to get worse before they get better given the quantum of people infectious in the community. if you are living in a local government area of concern and at the moment there are of them, you need to make sure you wear a mosque now at all times. so if you step foot outside your household, you need to wear a mosque at all times. it doesn't matter where it is. millions of people in the u.
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k. are living with long covert which can affect their ability to live a normal life. the symptoms is so wide ranging that its actual diagnosis is proved . difficult until now. join a whole report. in the u. k, a load almost a 130000 people have lost their lives to cobra. 19. many more have lost their quality of life. they've been awful. what i've described as, as how on the best day i probably feel 30 percent of my pre cove itself on the worst days. it can be, you know, 5 percent or less things like brain folk would feel like i have a constant concussion eyesight. difficulties float is in my eyes all the time. constant tinnitus, i get the rashes, bleeding problems, and purple coves. shanie. right? is one of those living with long cove it, 16 months after catching the virus. i've had a number of scans, as in a number of specialists. none of them can give me any answers when it comes to
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doctors. i say at worst, you know, you get doctors that simply don't levy, they don't believe that long period exists. and at best doctors they kinda shrugged shoulders and they say, well, case a new, a new illness. we don't know what to do. studies are under way to understand the damage to the lungs, heart and brain that lead to long cove. it with researches in katara reporting a breakthrough away of diagnosing the condition by looking for nerve damage in the i know fiber loss is as a consequence of multiple newer degenerative diseases. but there is a peculiar pattern in here, which is that we are seeing this immune cells, which we don't see in a lot of other newer degenerative conditions. so there is something additional that we're finding here, which is nerve loss and activation immune cells which may be more specific to long coded. as the pandemic goes on, this memorial wall on the banks of the river thames in london,
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will continue to fill up with the names of those who lost their lives to coven 19. what isn't remembered here? of course, other more than 3000000 people in the u. k, who say they're living with the symptoms of long coven, for which they're currently is no cure. but for which there may now be the important 1st step of diagnosis or anything that can be used as some kind of biomarker for long kind of it is massively helpful because not only does it give some insight into what is going on and potentially down the line the, the treatment because that's what we want is effective treatments the in this nightmare. but also it says to those doctors that deny the existence of long code that the thing of course it, we'll look at the science a glimmer of hope in an ordeal. so far without end jona whole al jazeera london dr. dp, good us on a as a clinical epidemiologist, the senior lecturer at queen mary university of london. she says covert symptoms can linger in patient for up to a year. a lot of people initially compared, sorry,
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can we to call it a few and it's nothing like the flu. we know now that this is not just an acute disease. it's a chronic disease for many people and it's a disease that doesn't just affect your love. it affects almost every organ in your body, and we know that long call it is common. we know that one and 5 people who get infected even with mild infection, go on and develop a list of symptoms for 5 weeks or more. and one in 10 go on and develop symptoms for 12 weeks or more. and this is not trivial among those. in fact, among those affected to in the you keep for example, we currently have 1000000 people living with long cool that and to report problems with day to day activity and 400000 have had them just more than a year or so for many it was just more than 6 months more than a year and really impacted each day life. there's more and more evidence that this is a virus that it is able to read the brain effect the brain even in people who are young and healthy and are affected by mild infection. as
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a recent study that looked at imaging of people before and after they developed infection and compared them with controls showing that those who were infected were more likely to have tending of the reading and particular regions associated with taste. mel memory and emotion, which has some of the symptoms associated with long so know that this impacts children. the mobile stock trading up which once promised to shake up wall street is now on wall street. but robin hood's debut on the stock market has been a shaky one company shares last value soon after trading began the up introduced millions the 1st time this to the world of investing. but it's been controversial. political horrible. the company that pride itself on shaking of wall street is now part of it. the mobile stock trading at robin hood unveiled its stock at $38.00 a share, giving it an initial value of $32000000000.00. and really, the company offers mobile users free access to buy and sell star. in their
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promotional videos, they say they're democratizing wall street for a whole new generation who are previously unable to trade. we built a mobile 1st product that didn't charge commissions or require account minimums. we didn't build robin hood for the rich or those with decades of experience. we built it for everyone. we're humbled to be serving over 22000000 people. the critic say that can also be a bad thing. the gamification has become an issue because it's a little bit like using a virtual credit card. it detaches you from what you're doing, right? so it detaches you from the serious financial implications of the decisions you make, right? because we're used to getting our balloons that can fatty when we send each other a text message on our phone. now when we make it potentially for financial decisions, the company has had several controversies over recent years in june last year, student alec kerns, committed suicide after thinking that he owed more than $700000.00 on risky
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investments through the ap. his family later sued the company for negligence. in january of this year, thousands of customers were blocked for buying game stop shares at the height of its price search. the company faces a class action lawsuit, and in june this year, us financial regulators find robin hood record $70000000.00 for outages and exposing customers to what they called risky leading tool. so andrew, mo is a data scientist and host of youtube channel. i'm a stock market. he and his subscribers have deserted robin hood over those controversies. i think that robin hood has more inexperienced traitors, and therefore, as a proportion encourages riskier trading without the full disclosure of the responsibility. when you have that many inexperienced writers, robinhood is facing increased scrutiny from regulators and lawmakers. but with this debut on the nasdaq stock exchange, it will now have the money to fight back years ago. have al jazeera on washington with a head on al jazeera. all of the posters are pretty,
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pretty spooked out right now. in force, concern from the world record holder is a colona virus. afraid throws the poles of into, into a brought to you by accenture. let there be change the news with
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me duties by extension that there be change? oh, a 40. i think i can thank you so much. is it a major run about escape hit of the start of the track and field events in tokyo. that will will champion american po vasa. sam kendrick is now out of the games of testing positive because of 19, as a and argent timeko voltage will record holder on. the planter says the whole field
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is spooked it's. it's hard to, to react to it because it's still doesn't really feel real right now. because i mean, as far as an hour ago, i was still preparing myself for, you know, a big battle with sam. because, you know, i feel like come in here that he's of course, one of my, one of my main rivals and somebody that's definitely gonna was gonna push me an entire file. all of the posters are pretty, pretty spooked out. right now. i was, i mean i was going to possibly meet up with sam yesterday, but i got a phone call from the history my girlfriend, and then i ended up coming up with them. so that was a, i think that was a, that was a pretty lucky, lucky dodge. right there. and yes, so right now i've been good and so we're all pretty spooked out right now. the number of positive cases of current of ours are still reaching record levels in the host city, toko has reported more than 3800 new infections on thursday. if the same story
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across the country with the highest number of daily cases. since the panoramic began, this is the 1st lympics when many track and field athletes will be wearing so called super shoes to help improve their times. critics describe the technology being used as mechanical doping, but the sort governing body insists no rules are being broken. mandy richardson reports from took you out with the old and in with the new i haven't just bought a fresh pair of running trainers. these are so called super shoes, using technology that can make even a middle aged man run with a renewed spring in his step. it's not running with a pair of many trampling strapped seal fi. normally when you're running, you lose a lot of energy. when you foot hit the ground, and obviously the longer your foot on the ground, the slower you go, the shoes, return that energy to you very quickly. and spring you forward into next dried timothy. she will be both of my legacy. when kenya's elliot kit shogi became the 1st man to break the to our barrier in the marathon obits in an unofficial race,
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he did it in super shoes. since the arrival in 2016 times run by top male, marathon runners have improved by 2 percent. it's slightly more for women. what we're going to see in the sport is going to be a race between the manufacturers. vol. are all in the race between the athletes. and analogy could be formula one racing. if you're comparing to teams a $1000000000.00 teen versus a $100000.00 teen, if there's such a thing, you know, the, the driver is no longer important. what's more important is the call athletics world governing body rejects. that's all humans saying what's inside the shoes is strictly regulated. so after a highly scientific shoe destruction experiments here in the main press center, this is what we're left with. full t millimeters of phone is allowed in a road running shoot. and then this, the carbon fiber plate here, and it's the scoop design of the carbon fiber plate. that's the key that directs
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the energy back to the runner. the scoop. ship of the planets essential, gives you a propulsive fast in the right direction. every time you needed to, when you go to your strength and the where the shoes for salt layer that rival shoes around about 187 grams. all of these factors combine to around vol folks and improving even economy or reduced cost at $1.00 meg. speed the head off will that, let's expand in co, has a vested interest in making sure the rules are followed early this year. the coast british indo 800 meter record was broken by run out wearing a truck version of the super issue. look, everything that's going to be utilized by the athletes has been checked and evaluated. we have a working group that's down that the broader discussion is always about the balance between innovation and mechanical advantage. but for the very 1st time, we do now have a system to be able to evaluate that. what's in no doubt is that this technology is
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changing the top level athletics and the speed of my early morning joke. andy richardson, al jazeera, tokyo american cities and lee has won the women's all around gymnastics gold metal, the 18 year old. if the 5th american in a row to win the title in the category, the competition was missing, some and biles, who were to do some mental health issues above, wasn't competing. she was again voting a teammate, trying to thunder strangely in the united states. the meal of the who on thursday, the, when the women's fall by 200 means a freestyle relay setting. and you will record new zealand and ireland have both, when they 1st gold medals of the games in rowing, the new zealand women's pe. he said it will best time in the semi final finished head of the russian olympic committee and canada, the irish winning there 1st, they were rowing gold medal, with the maidens, lightweight double scolds the will of the philippines,
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very 1st olympic gold medal as attend him triumphantly weightlifter high dylan d as one long awaited gold on monday, but it didn't come with them political struggles as jamila. and in dugan reports from manila, she bore the weight to her coaches expectations and lifted the spirits of been battled weary. filipino is idle in v, as is the 1st filipino to ever win an olympic gold medal. i didn't speak 3, it's more than it's a weight in gold. it came at the time that this country truly is beyond being on. it's nice, it's the pros of that, but she was not always revered by this administration. 2 years ago, she appealed in public for more financial assistance for her olympic bid links later on. hi dylan, my name was included on what is now known as the ouster plot. matrix
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a diagram linking journalists and activists to a conspiracy overseen by drug lords to our president rodrigo, detached from office. now she sees an administration that profusely congratulates her and yet refuses to apologize. gold is gone. by god, we begun doing solely on your own victory. since the philippines joined the modern games of the olympiad in 1924, it had only won a total of 10 olympic medals. for decades, full of bin sports has been held back by neglect and misplaced priorities. corruption is seen as another problem to mechanics, or my advice to sports bodies is to listen and study what athletes need and needs in the 1900 eighty's or different to now we're talking about winning more metals in the olympics. expert said,
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the philippines should focus more on combat. sports or filipinos have always exult, like boxing, anti quando and not just focus and sports that measure time and distance like swimming and track and field. many here, believe highland victory will reignite support for filipino athletes. but are inclusion into their drug list matrix has also put your alongside other women who do their ground against the charges administration, despite repeated attacks and threats, people your c, that's because in this country. sometimes the last one standing is a woman. jim l as in dog and al jazeera manila. okay, we'll leave it there for now. i'll be here again later with most ports. nice. kim. thank you, peter. i'm very unusual. event has occurred and more than a dozen cities in southern brazil, snow one state that she has a border with argentina and uruguayan full st. competent snow on wednesday night.
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residents of course, went out to enjoy the frosty news. allan long time was back in just a moment, a ah, ah, ah, ah ah, showing the debate, you do not have that seen reaching those who are most of the needs and amplify your voice in allowed a diverse community and how in array of different story know topic it off the table . it's such a tough ethical debate where there is an obvious discrimination in systematic discrimination of the play people or thursday for new wasted. the stream where
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a global audience becomes a global community on al jazeera, he added to the fashion, the success and the popularity. and then he gave it all up for the love of his homeland football rebels delves into the realm of footballing legend rashid mac luthey. flor to the jury and national liberation front. with his feet. rashid mackenzie and the f. l. n. team on al jazeera, a warm welcome for iran, a president elect in his home town of shot. at the image, the shrine. crowds have gathered to hear what their newly elected leader abraham, right, you see, have to say on the issues that affect them. job pick, shut off in domestic politics, domestic policy, and foreign policy. the focus should be on the dignity of this nation. and the focus should be on the fact that in any negotiation,
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the dignity of this nation should not be hers is already made large. we think promises including fighting corruption, improving the country's economy and maintaining iran best interest in negotiations . but it's not clear yet. if you will be able to deliver on his promises, ah, evacuation to the us of afghan interpreters and their families finally begins, but many is still waiting to hear when they will leave. ah, lauren kane. this is al jazeera life in london was coming up at least 18 dad is fighting intensifies around a syrian town that's been under government siege for more than a month. the tax return for.


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