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struggling to adapt to then you found home out there, explode the history of the lebanese community in australia. once upon a time and punch on our era, ah, queuing at dawn to get house has afghan, has done, the surgeon violence is foreign troops withdraw, triggers an exodus out of the country. this is the 1st afghans who worked with american forces a given sanctuary in the us, along with their families. ah, hello, i'm sorry, i'm the mazda ones and watching al jazeera, also coming up on the program, and warns that more than
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a 100000 children could die of hunger in ethiopia to region. in the next 12 months . at least 7 are dead and dozens are missing. as torrential rains cause more landslides across northern india and japan expanded stacy, the emergency to for more areas, following records, spikes and cove. it infections as tokyo ah, come to programs. also is the taliban takes more territory and ask honest on and violence increases. there are more and more people doing anything they can to leave the country. united nations migration agency is saying that 223-0000 afghans on now escaping abroad every week. that rate, it believes one and a half 1000000 people might have left by the end of the year. this is the 1st of
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200 or so of what could eventually be some 50000 afghans who worked with the americans have arrived in the us having sought sanctuary. charlotte balance reports now from the afghan capital cobble on the many people leaving everything behind to escape. before you reach the passport office and cobble you pass the stores of administrators, passport applicants pay them to do the paperwork. in the 5 years mohammed s of has done this, he's never been busy. i don't want to get john, go over to them, since there's been a lot of violence and the american forces are gone. people don't trust the security situation. that's why a lot of people are applying yet most of them are families. they come in, apply with their children, 26 year olds, w let heading isn't leaving years. but he sees everyone he knows is preparing for that day. for the jango, there's conflict in war and every district, so we're getting passports ready,
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in case of situation gets worse. so we can go away to a safe place. he's not alone at dawn, this is the queue to apply for passports, thousands a here every day. but the number of people leaving is even more. there is a constant stream of african refugees crossing into turkey near the iran border. the un says in the 3 weeks to july, the 15th up to 40 percent more african split without passport. so visas some using smugglers. turkey detained, 1500, mostly african migrants in one week. to make the journey and set up a new life, they need money. so as many prepared leave, they are selling their assets. the un migration agencies is 223-0000 people know escaping abroad every week. and at this rate, $1500000.00 africans could be headed toward europe by the end of the year. for 8 years now, mohamad know city and his base frames have made outside the sky. yes,
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they sit and talk for hours. says you remember, good morning. we will be alive the next 2nd. so that's why every person right now is in the process of trying to get out of the country. there is no place for afghans in this country anymore. 30 years ago, another fled to denmark as refugee he only returned and 2001 when the us invaded the doctor. because when the americans came and brought their forces, we thought we are saved. we thought, oldest misfortune is over. but now we think that was the start of misfortune. most prized possessions passed on through families are also being left behind. hum, mohammad faces a conflict of interest as a 2nd hand dealer. he profits from the goods that come his way, but he knows what people are giving up in order to flee. yes, gonna stone? he wishes they didn't have to charlotte bellis o jazeera couple. what are diplomatic editor james bases in kabul and he reports
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now on the fighting that's happening across the country and an attack on a un compound in the west. the security situation is not going the way the african government or the americans would like you like, well, have interpreters who are in parts of africa. i'm a son who would find it very hard to get to cobble. let me tell you about the latest on the security situation around. can the ongoing flashes in helmand also in the south, the neighboring province to canada, clashes that we understand there's been as strikes again, we believe those might well have been u. s. s strikes, but the real focus of attention in recent hours is actually on the west of afghanistan and iraq, the regional capital, the part, the big city in afghanistan closest to iran. well, we understand the taliban. i've been pushing around herat in a number of places, a number of different security instance. and most worryingly, i think,
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for the african government, according to local reports, is this fighting on the road between herat city and herat airport? we believe the airport is currently closed because of that fighting. we're also hearing the un compound which is old, that road from the city to the airport has come on the attack. i'm hearing from local sources that no un stuff had been killed or injured. but there were guards working for the african government around that compound. and there are reports that some may have been taken injured. the reports been taken hostage. there also reports that some been injured and i've got one report that at least one has been killed or president joe biden has welcome the 1st plane load of afghans who work alongside american forces in the u. s. 221 people. this includes $57.00 children and 15 babies wrong for the flight. they would take an on buses to 40 military base in the state of virginia. so far, $20000.00. others of applied for special immigrant visas in what is
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a long and complicated process. many of them are interpreters who are considered a major target for the taliban audio counselor as life 1st, outside fort lee in virginia and id. tell us more about what the u. s. is doing to protect these afghans who worked with american forces in the country and right now at risk of death as the taliban takes more territory. right, well, very busy seeing outside of the quarterly military base. but inside we have those $200.00 plus afghans, their visitors and family members for 5, are we reading a sigh of relief. having arrived here on the 1st evacuation light that landed in the united states in early friday mornings, these are people mostly working with the u. s government even ask troll was starting and so they were at the top of the list. i spoke with one man husband who's already living in the us have been able to get
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a hold of his cousin on the flight family. very nice men corporate or for us. and one of them fun to my family. by brother, we all signed up to perform that things were drawn. 3 of those brothers are now in the united states having received a special immigrant visa, but youngest still remain trapped and cobbled there among the $20000.00 plus who have applied for the be the some waiting years and years still have not heard. even the talk to us bully withdraw. and i spoke with another form or ask an interpreter who's been living in virginia for several years. he's credited with having said the lives of a us soldier that he was assigned to we were fighting for the country that we have never seen it. even in our dream and all of us, we have
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a us flag on our shoulder. and we were fighting for that year for the flood and we thought we were american, we considered our sulphur an american because we were, we were serving this country. we're running out of time and we're not doing what's necessary to stay these people every day that we don't do anything as a gift to the taliban because it gives them just that much more time to hot down these people and kill them. and there are many questions why this evacuation didn't begin earlier when there were still more protection infrastructure, more airfield available now, the only air strip of us and offering the danger in that
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way. all right, thank you. might be forcing to that. ah unicef is warned that more than a 100000 children into where i could suffer life threatening acute malnutrition in the next 12 months. unless aide is allowed into the region. the un children's fonda saying that half of all pregnant or breastfeeding women integrate or acute malnourished, leaving them, and their babies prone to sickness. fighting between the therapy and government and the great people's liberation contest intensified since the tpl i've captured much of the region last month. most aid is now blocked in agencies or warning of a catastrophic humanitarian crisis. one, tens of thousands of people have been displaced. food stores have been looted
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without sufficient humanitarian assistance. child malnutrition will rise beyond the already alarming levels leading to increased risk of mortality. amount of all normal population units. as did this bashing supplies now to meet new emergency needs in a far and i'm horror. a convoy of over 200 tracks even needs we now from the fer mirror to mckinley. this is a drop in the ocean. we need at least 100 tracks to be matching the away every day degree. if we are to stand a chance to the fact the catastrophic situation, which, which if you had to day, we now turn to the continued destruction in india monsoon range there of triggered more land slides and swept away bridges and roads in the northern part of the country at least 7 people have died in this land, sighted him. a child pradesh state more than 200 and missing,
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and in the indian administered territories of jumbo and kashmir. this was the damage cause when a bridge collapse and roads caved in. a 160 people have died across the country in the last week because of torrential downpours. media comes on premier taller. i'm 50 years old and i have never seen such a severe flood in my life. it is caused a lot of destruction. we used to live without a bridge and now it's been billed. the flood is washed away. our 24 year old and this has been jailed for 9 years under hong kong, controversial national security law tongue in kit is the 1st person tried under the law, imposed 5 pages. last year, day after it came into force, he wrote a motorbike into a group of police officers while flying in independence flag. he's been found guilty of inciting secession and terrorism. china says it has a right to security and the territory just like any other country. israel's foreign minister is calling for
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a hush response to an attack on an israeli managed oil tanker of oman and the re b and c, which kill 2 crew members. zodiac maritime says the partition romanian work has died in an incident called suspected piracy only empty mercer street. the liberian flagship is run by a commercial buy a company owned by the wealthy israeli over family. the u. s. navy is escorting the vessel to safety denisia, the president has issued a statement saying that there will be no dictator. this office security forces arrested a member of parliament. it described the president, seizure of government powers as a coup. the judiciary is also investigating format of the inactive party of a violence outside parliament. on monday by president said, announced emergency powers for include the bodyguard of rashid, crunchy, the party leader, the speaker of the now dissolved parliament. the, an after party members also describe sites action as a coat. they held
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a citizen outside parliament which descended into clashes with support of a president watching alger, their ally from london, much more still ahead on the program. they found out where is not for my mother's assassination more that would have been transformed completely into moscow state family, her murdered, multi, john is welcome to the inquiry, finding that the state baz responsibility, that's fine. we'll go on and we look at the deadly fi sweeping to southern coast. the president promises fleets of helicopters and planes to fight the flame. ah hello there, it's on selecting picture weatherwise across europe. we've got wet and windy
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weather, dominating in the west, but in the east it's all about the heat. but 1st, let's look at that unsettled weather that's been plaguing the northwest. that's thanks to storm a but that's now swirling east away from the british sheil. so that's bringing wet and windy weather to northern parts of germany and denmark. we've got low pressure dominating scandinavia, and that's keeping things cooler and wetter. but what we are really watching is this band of cloud and rain stretching all the way from northern parts of spain. across the pyrenees and the alps and heading for the east, it's going to intensify as we get into some day. and if we take a closer look, it's not just going to be more than parts of it. and that once again are inundated with heavy rain. but also switzerland and austria as well as slovakia, we could see some flash flooding where those rains for heaviest to the south though the heat is on. we have got some heat advisories out for parts of the balkans and for turkey. those hot and dry conditions are continuing to fuel those wild fires in the south west and the heat continues from much grease on fi christmas. seeing the
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temperature edge up into the early forty's for much of the weekend the something was going to change. anything really change this is systemic violent that needs to be addressed at its core. we are in a race against the barrier. know what to say. so we are all say we're looking at the world as it is right now, not the world. we like it to be, the devil is always going to be in the details. the bottom line, when i was just around the us is always of interest to people around the world. people pay attention to walk on here and i'll do this very good. they're bringing the news to the world from here. oh,
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a come back main stories now. the escalating violence now gone. it's gone. it's triggered a mass exodus from a country. the un main compound in west and i've gone, it's gone, is now come under attack with at least one person killed. president joe biden has welcomed the 1st plane load of africans who worked alongside american forces in the u. s. 221. people on board flight and the headline, the u. n. is warned that more than a 100000 children integra could suffer life threatening acute malnutrition. the next 12 months invest aid is allowed into the region. now, in other news, falling the family of maltese investigative journalists. daphne kajuana alexia has welcomed an inquiry finding that the multi state has to bear responsibility for the
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independent inquiry said the government bred a culture of impunity, but it stopped short of directly blaming it for killing. and the family says it isn't enough to stop the campaign. for justice under simmons reports, daphne kajuana kelly c. a shook the state of malta to its foundations with her revelations of corruption and government business. the banks and the police. she was silenced by a car bomb in 2017, murdered for what she knew. and now, after a tireless campaign led by her family, a public inquiry has concluded that the state has to bear responsibility because it created a culture of impunity. it also said that had been a breakdown of law order. the inquiry actually found this to be the case, they identified a network, a web, both control that prevented state or dorothy is from protecting my mother and from acting on the findings of corruption in the government. yeah,
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under the pressure of protests prime minister, joseph must have resigned but denied any wrong doing. before her murder carolina glitzy had effectively caused an election. she hated powerful figures in government . big business in the panama paper, scandal exposing use of tex nathan's by the rich. she also published allegations of links between business and government, allowing criminal deal makers into the country with passports and residency. the families legal team, say the whole of moultrie should be grateful for her actions. it has to be the assassination of a brave journalist to stop the country from becoming an entrenched mafia state. this isn't the end of the story by any means. one of 3 men charged with murder has been jail for 15 years, but the others have yet to go on trial and prosecute, say, the bombing was financed and organized by this man. you organ finnic, a business man alleged to have government contracts. he's pleaded not guilty to
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complicity in the killing in an emergency parliamentary session. prime minister robert abella, who took office last year has apologized for what he called the serious shortcomings of the state. but while daphne carolina got e c as family accept the apology, they say that campaigning won't stop unless a non partisan panel is set up to implement reforms recommended by the inquiry. they don't trust this country's political system. andrew simmons, i was 0 now kenya is fighting. it's extending it's night time curfew and banning all public gatherings as it struggles to control a search and coven 19 cases, health ministers, warning the hospitals are overwhelmed. and people who get sick or not get a bed in hospital can years come under some form of coffee since march last year. it's now record more than 200000 cases and nearly 4000 deaths. meanwhile,
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and you've gone to the president, there's extending restrictions to contain the virus after the countries death will increase 6 fold. may a nighttime car fuel be enforced and schools will stay closed until the country competes at the vaccination program? only about a 1000000 of uganda population of 45000000 have been vaccinated so far. well malcolm web has worn out from nairobi. and so malcolm really just uganda, like many other countries in africa, in desperate need of those vaccine supplies, hundreds of millions of shots. but what did the president say about efforts to, to acquire them? we gave the characteristically long speech and what he talked about length was the various restriction of been in place for the last 6 weeks. 6 weeks ago you got the found itself in a situation where the numbers were, at least the official government numbers were going up very high for covey cases and uncovered death was certainly higher than they'd been before. and what was
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uganda's 2nd wave. so they locked down hard, it may put restrictions on people moving around the curfew. the stars early pretty much as sunset as 7 pm in the capitol cam parlor. and those restrictions have been in place for the last 6 weeks, but they are in 4th very inconsistently. quite a lot of people have passes the exemptions, but the president announced a slight relaxation of those those restrictions. but it does seem that you got to read very much still in the middle of its 2nd wage. and you're obviously very nairobi can you, while we were just hearing about people who suffer from severe symptoms of covered not being able to get a bad hospital because that to full, how're. how people coping that without something that the health minister said earlier when announcing the continuation of the car he, there's been in place ever since the pandemic for came to kenya in march last year
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. and the most recent government data says that the daily average for the last 7 days have been going up. that could mean is the beginning of the, the 4th wave in kenya. but there is a lot of skepticism about the, the government data. and it's also important to understand that all of the dates are in this region here. and in uganda as well, per capita. the number of the coded cases and deaths, a tiny compared to what we're seeing from south america or asia, europe. and we don't know if it's because of a lack of testing or because there's less coded here. it's hard to say. but one thing we know for sure is that there are for you a hospital bed here per capita than there are in wealthy parts of the world. and certainly you any ever get access to one of those host the 2 beds if you have money . so certainly not news that there will be many people who can't get access to hospital services. thank you malcolm webinar. we're obeyed.
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the current a virus crisis in the olympics home country is getting was japan's expanding state of emergency to for more areas as well as keeping restrictions in place in tokyo until the end of the month. prime minister yoshida suga says the virus is spreading at an unprecedented speed. it's mostly because of a delta variance. the highly contagious varying accounts for nearly 3 quarters of cases in tokyo. or olympic all organizes of acknowledge for the 1st time that people within the protective bible have been mixing with the wider japanese population. they insist there's no link between the games and the record spike in crime virus numbers in japan's capital. and richardson reports now from tokyo. this was a day when fans should have been keeping up at so close national stadium to watch the 1st track and field events. instead, a view of the olympic rings outside the venue is the best they can hopeful due to concerns over the spread of corona virus,
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the japanese public is being kept away from the athletes organizes in 5th. these competitors attested more often to koby 19 than any other community in the world and say there is no link between the gangs taking place and infection rates hitting record levels in this city. but olympic officials have the 1st time admitted not everyone connected to the games is following the rules about minimizing contacts with the white population. there has been some cases that the, those accreditations were temporary suspended. we are not keeping their specific numbers today, but there has been a certain number of cases we have addressed. tokyo is officially under a state of emergency, as dramatic as that sounds. it's a request rather than a law or an order and it relies on public corporation. government critics say carrying on with the games is sending the wrong signals. so the hampering the
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message of staying at home by the government by making the leap again. so if you, so don't be producing at the most of the up, up the reason that the nothing is going on, and that if i were happy here, 80 linked to the current increase of the infection. i think 27, you eliminate related cases of covey. 19 were reported on friday. 3 australian athletes remain in isolation. after coming into contact with american po, voltage at some kendricks, who's out of the games after a positive test. i believe those a mixture of maybe a brief hug and handshake from some others, but i don't, i haven't done all the details except that it was brief and but you know, again, it's, and we can understand how these things occur. but what's a reminder that we, this is a games that's different than we just can't afford to take that sort of risks. it
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all means a once in a generation sporting event has the most japanese being reduced to a brief photo opportunity. and the richardson al jazeera, tokyo on novak john fix quest to make history of the tokyo olympics. as ended in the 10 at tennis semifinals was hoping to become the 1st man to win limpid gold, as well as 4 grand slams in the same year. but was knocked out by alexander that of meanwhile, the 1st gold medal in the athletic says one by selim on break of if you're in the 10000 meters. and that was controlled, seeing the pool when american wine murphy said to 200 meter, backstroke final probably involve drugs of to coming to 2nd coming in 2nd place to the russian. if jenny, re love now, wildfires and turkey of killed at least 4 people, they've been burning all week long, turkeys mediterranean and g and coast. more than 65 have been reported burning down homes and forcing the evacuation of villages and beach resorts. sam castillo
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reports from a stumble, deadly terrifying and destroying everything in their path for the 2nd day firefighters. have them best thing. blazes in the coastal town of marbury homes. hotels in an area popular with tourists, all evacuated as the fires continue to rage in mono. got some 6 to 5 kilometers, is the fan. saudi in fair has been added. that least claiming the lives of an 82 year old men and a married couple who died in their home. dozens of fires that cross 17 provinces have been burning across southern turkey in the past few days. stokes, by soaring temperatures and fears, when a hoot challenge for the more than 4000 firefighters hoping to engage in the fight to control the play it by international effort. unions, you can little to still,
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most will, were fighting the fires were 45 specialized helicopters and 5 planes we bought from russia and ukraine following a telephone conversation with as a by john, they will send another plane that will be very useful and work powerfully and quickly to extinguish fire. drones also being used for reconnaissance melodies office will say the releases are gradually being brought under control investigations are now under way into how these disastrous fire started. the authorities have not ruled out sabotaged. the wildfires are one more natural catholic ro for the country, which has already had to contend with drought and marine waste clogging a part. so the cost this year and other environmental blow that will require a swift and serious solution center console on $20.00. 1 of the story to bring you a lagoon in southern argentina as time, deep pink causing alarm along environmentalists. they're blaming this on pollution
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from a nearby industrial park. when expert says, the color is from sodium sulfite, which is used by fish farms, and that no fish or wildlife can now survive in this water. so fast time is particular reservoir near the southern city of true has changed color. this condo shade is more intense. people living the by are also reporting a foul stench. the secret look at the main stories now, and you as president joe biden as welcome the 1st plane load of afghans who worked alongside american forces. at 221 people, including 57 children and 15 babies of on board flight, they were taken on bosses to fort lee military base, the state of virginia, 20000. others of applied for special immigrant visas and it's been a long.


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