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we tell your story, we are your voice. ah, your news, your net back out here. 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. ah, he is completely like, i mean, starting, need, like family members prepared to welcome back and interpret his who are now in the us, hoping to make a new beginning. ah, hello, i'm emily, anguish out 0 live from joe. how also coming up. joe biden says american put the new clothes at 19 restrictions and mid surging cases. a day after announcing new
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rules and incentives to both vaccinations, use president defense. he's moved to grab power. destry opens an investigation into violence outside the parliament, putting up a brave face, peruse and new left wing latest as a joint. warry and financial markets tumbled. iverson cabinet appointments. ah, more than 200 afghans brought to the united states from cobble on and evacuation fly have begun their re settlement process. some will be joining family members already in the us. they represent just a fraction of the 20000 contractors who helped the american war. if it in afghanistan, those left behind feed time is running out to avoid retaliation from rapidly advancing taliban forces. heidi jo. castro reports from fort lee virginia, the buses carrying former afghan interpreters and their families,
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including $57.00 children and 15 babies. arrived at the fort lee military base in virginia on friday morning. this is the 1st place they lay their heads in the us safely away from the taliban, possible retribution for having worked with americans now leaving the war in afghanistan is completely like, i mean, starting new life here. mohammed nabi mohammed, he is preparing to from his cousin who was on board the flight and will likely spend a week at the base for final immigration processing. both served as u. s. military translators, enough can stand. in fact, 5 brothers from the mohammed family all signed up for the job. now 3 are in the us while the 2 youngest remain in hiding in cobble. we love to work with the us government and government over countries, so we want it to serve or the people, janice, and worry said he feel the same. he worked for 9 years as
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a translator on the front line against the taliban. was that he was granted a special immigrant visa in 2013 and now lives in virginia. all of us. we have a us flag on our shoulder. and we were fighting for 2 years for the flood. and we thought we were american, she worry, is credited with saving the life of his assigned us soldier, army, captain, mat zeller during a fire fight. if he does reunions take place makes all of this work worth it. now the seller worries the us will break its promise to save the remaining afghans who helped us troops were not doing what necessary to save these people at every day that we don't do anything as a gift to the taliban because it gives them just that much more time to hunt down these people and kill them. reports of taliban killing, come daily. this translator in cobble is afraid to show his face. he says he's been waiting 8 years for an american visa. i'm scared, but you know,
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don't give me the visa, so i know when the target of the bad guys in here, maybe in trouble or some we're of. so i feel that now at least handed us evacuation flight a day would be required to get all special immigrant visa applicants out of afghanistan before the end of august. those were fighting to get them out here. that time is not on their side. heidi joe castro al jazeera or li virginia in pakistan's government is allowing registered afghan refugees to get close at 19 vaccines. but only half of the 3000000 in the country meet that requirement unregistered refugees are afraid they'll never receive a job. come, i'll hide
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a report from a camp in peshawar, budget on it, and the grape of a for the rest of the corona wireless span there, make delta radians have already been detected across the country. the fear that the fort wave could wreak havoc, get garage pockets on most water bill of got it. of one refugee population here. 1000000 refugees here in focus on 1500000 of them have already been registered. the national come on an operation center day that day will be registered on. we have a lot of people coming to get back senators, who are foreigners and refugees as well for if you do that to the unregistered people who resist that can get back to normal. mechanism as normal times do and for others who are not registered auditors to ad recreation center, right. and dig into code. and they are uploaded details uploaded against foreigners
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data. so we get them to actually to, to any cause. and anybody who walks into the center not refuse to any kind of escalation. however, that still live the significant number of people out. almost 1500000 refugees at relative 500000, been golly, migrant workers living in raji without documents. and there aren't any arrangements for vaccinations for us. our lives are risk to request that the you and hcr in the government of pakistan provide defax issues or refugees living effects down the migraines were good and dogs refugees who are not registered on north coming forward. there are some of the problems that when some of them do not want to show up to get back to it. and we are actually planning to planning as well as we are doing already that we are sending out our teams to get them resonated. everybody like be focused on these foreigners or anybody, or if you just,
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we are recreating them endorsed as well. and our team's committed to ensure that everyone gets fixing it without any discrimination. the fear that nobody is safe until everybody a save. the government has to come out with a package if you're going door to door in order to be able to read the people. most of the people here who are not registered are afraid that lived at border the charter days back to nature. they may be there for kate and that of god as a matter of great concern nor judge for the refugee populations, which still remain in august on, but also for the august sunny public at large. the you, as president, has warned further guidelines. all rules could be introduced after a search in coven 19 cases. it comes a day after he announced a title rules for unvaccinated government employees. jo. bottom was asked if
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americans can expect more restrictions. do all probability? why do i, we had a good day yesterday, almost a 1000000 people got back to maybe about half a 1000000 of those people for the 1st 5 2nd job. and so i'm hopeful that people are beginning to realize how expensive the research is. say restrictions are the only way to push vaccine. hesitant people to take the job, but there were some who will likely never get vaccinated as well. right? reynolds reports from los angeles. in this los angeles park, people are frustrated with the millions of americans who won't get vaccinated. i think they are very selfish and unaware and ignorant in the only thinking about themselves. they don't care if it affects other people. that's the thing. research shows there's a hard core group of anti factors who just won't budge. there's something like 16
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to 18 percent of americans who are not knowledgeable the recalcitrant. they don't want to get it. and they're in without direct policy, any sort of mandate or something specific. that's a much stronger than an urging they're gonna say unvaccinated until very recently. policy makers and public health officials have been relying on the carrot not to stick to convince hesitant americans to get the vaccine. when you get your 1st dose, you will get a $100.00 incentives, cash payments and other freebies have nudged some procrastinators, but not the most adamant. they tend to be younger. they tend to be less educated, less affluent, and much more republican, the democrats. and so they typically are receiving their information from more conservative news outlets. now more institutions are applying this stick in the
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form of vaccine mandates to make life a little more difficult for the well. announcing that 240000 california state government workers will soon be required to get vaccinated or face on earth testing and social distance and rules. governor gavin newsom blasted right wing t v. networks like fox were exhausted by the right wing echo chamber that has been perpetuating misinformation around the vaccine and its efficacy and safety. more than 600 colleges and universities nationwide, including the half 1000000 students and staff in the university of california system must get jabs before classes begin. google, twitter, and facebook will require all employees to be vaccinated. when offices reopen and there's more planning to take in a broadway show, better get your shots 1st know on vaccinated patrons allowed. how about a cruise?
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you won't be setting sail on most lines until you're fully vast. research shows that private sector and government mandates do help convince all but the hardest of hard core vaccine resistors. and with the delta variant spreading across the country, it seems there will be more mandates in the weeks to come. rob reynolds al jazeera los angeles, chillies government says i, he percent of all adults have now been vaccinated against covered $19000.00. it's just says the country has the highest vaccination, right. per capita in the world. but health experts i heard immunity won't be achieved until younger people inoculated. the world health organization says corona virus infections worldwide have increased by 80 percent in the past month. in africa, the number of deaths has doubled over that period. the w h o is warning countries against the spread of the dance variant now detected in more than 130 countries or
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regions honor to risk, but none more so than africa. on current trends, nearly 70 percent of african countries will not reach the 10 percent vaccination target by the end of september. around $3500000.00 to $4000000.00 are administered weekly, on the continent, but to meet the september, to get this months tries to $21000000.00 at the very least it week. many african countries have prepared well to roll out vaccines. but the buttons have not arrived. tennessee is political crisis, has taken a new turn with the arrest of 2 members of parliament. one of them had accused the president of staging occurs when he sees control of the government last wake. but ty siad in says he's not turning into a dictator. gillian wolf report more moves into niecy,
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a political game of chess president. you say ye dismissing a top foreign ministry official while also ordering the arrest of one of his critics for comments made on social media. said has insisted he won't be a dictator and says a seizure of power was necessary. critics call it a qu, saudi arabia has offered its support with a visit on friday by the foreign minister. 2, i could remember filthy, the kingdom confirms his confidence in the 2 news you need to ship and its ability to overcome the current conditions in a way that achieves the dignified living and prosperity of our brothers into nicea . when islam was added to several new york times, journalists had been detained and then released creating fears over free speech. they later met them, insisting on to dedication to openness. the middle as despite the crosses that to nicea is living, it still operates with freedom of expression and with human right. built on the
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constitution and faced with some difficulties in some areas or with some administration than these are intentional obstacles. the parliament has been suspended for 30 days, which means there is time for deeper divisions or discussions. there are rumors about national dialogue course or rumors that maybe we're heading toward a kind of a change where they are in the next or low. whether it's consistent, whether in part or in on the constitution may be in the upcoming hours or the upcoming days would know the leader of the country's largest political party. and nafta has called for talk, but says his offer isn't open ended. he will madison, equally with him we are going to try use all peaceful means dialogue, negotiation st. pressure, pressure from organisations, internal and external pressure to bring back democracy. our early goal today is the return of democracy to to his. yeah. and now come many to niecy and seek julian
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wolf al jazeera. still ahead on al jazeera, they found out where it not for my mother's assassination molder, would have been transformed completely into moscow state. the family of emitted multi journalist welcomes an inquiry finding that the state pays responsibility. it says the 5 for justice will go on and more than 5 slave away bridges and roads. torrential gamble across the northern india. ah hello there. we've seen some intense heat across the middle east and lavonne recently, and i was hot and dry conditions are continuing to fuel wild fires, burning across the northern parts of lebanon. it been burning for
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a number of days and they've spread into syria and strong winds. and high temperatures on making it difficult to bring them under control. now it's going to continue to be hot and dry picture for much of the region as well as for many of the gulf states, it's down for the south. we are seeing things cool down around coastal areas of yemen, and on man we've got southerly, wind blowing and, and keeping things a little cooler. we're seeing some rain across western areas of yemen, edging into saudi arabia and the showers join up with the storm that have been brewing across the c o. p, and rift valley. those posts across that central band of africa. moving into south sudan and the central african republic. by the time we get into sunday, it will become a ruin that see some of those heavy showers and we could see some flooding here for the south, though it is a lot dry and finite. there is any one whether we can find a long coastal areas all mozambique, edging inches and bob way, but further south. it is
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a fine and dry picture with plenty of sunshine in cape town, who's the farmer finding harmony in pursuing his passions. my passions finding young and keeping cultural tradition, nurturing the musical talents of his community, had been playing to dream music filled in my new money outside world and tending his families land. the most important thing that brought to my mind actually sketching doing this, hector began the music man, mice and bob, we are now just the euro. oh the me.
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hello, i'm emily. and when you're watching elgin's 0 reminder of our top stories is our well than 200 i scan brought to the united states from cobble on and evacuation slide have begun there resettlement process around 20000 others waiting to be relocated. us president joe bottle has warned further guidelines all restrictions could be reduced after a surgeon code 19 cases. it comes a day after roles were tied in and vaccinated government, employee security forces have arrested a member of parliament, could accuse the president of occurrence earlier president. ty siad issued a statement from a thing he would not become a a rock military is blaming i saw for an attack at a funeral procession. security officials say gunman killed at least 7 people in the
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city of yeah, 3 i saw was defeated in 2017, but attacks have continued last week, dozens died in a suicide bombing in baghdad. protest is, have rallied in syria against the government offensive in gera, hundreds gathered in several northwest and towns controlled by opposition. forces the government intends to fight intensified rather it's bombardment of dera on thursday. johnson's have been killed and found displaced. it's the worst violence in the government to recapture the area 3 years ago. the u. n is very concerned about reports of civilian casualties and displacement due to hostilities and they're all valid and the risk of further escalation, the u. n. has also confirmed the displacement of $2500.00 people due to violence and insecurity over the last 72 hours. and we have received reports of the displacement of over 10000 people. un humanitarian partners are working to scale up
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to humanitarian response to people in need and dara all valid. and in the areas of temporary displacement for his currency has plummeted, often newly elected president pedro stay or appointed members of his left his party to k cabinet jobs. this consent of the direction of his government. that's after he named a prime minister who sympathetic to a rebel group that waged a long running of conflict with the state. the left leaning later has also caused the uncertainty. with these pledges to rewrite the constitution and redistribute wealth, mariana sanchez has more from lima. just 48 hours since precedence of photo garcia was as you go over the government and there is a lot of problems coming up. if you look in the, you are pointed over you as the prime minister, a man who is very controversial because he's us massage in this and homophobic,
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and he has given an apology for terrorism, which is a crime in proved if there is a sensitive issue in peru, it is anything related to the conflict that took place with the shining past year between the years in 1980, and 2000 and an apology for terrorism is a crime and who so much. so that's a be, you know, who is on the next the congress and now was banned just hours before he was appointed a prime minister from participating in the defense, unintelligence committees of congress. now being a prime minister or cabinet chief us, as we call it. he called his post into a room, he has access to that information and also it is his party. he is a member of this left wing extremist. the free been to parties as your representative, and he has been appointed in a very important polls. now the question is, who is going to rule? what happened to deal with all this talk about being a moderate that he was going to have an inclusive government. and then what happens
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is this man is appointed and who is calling the shots, is when it be castillo, will it be the leader of the party? like you said, ron, or what has happened with garcia? did she lie to prove yields about what he was going to do for his next government? the u. s. has announced more sanctions against cuba in response to a crack town on protests. hundreds of people were arrested after taking part in anti government demonstrations earlier this month. president joe biden says the sanctions will target lated, campus police and security forces. the united states is taking a concerted action to bolster the cause of the cuban people. we. we brought to bear the strength of our diplomacy rally nations to speak out, increased pressure on the regime. and we're holding the regime accountable. last week we sanctioned, has the cuban armed forces and the government. and again, the government entity call the blackberries for their involvement and suppressing
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protesters. and today we are adding sanctions against the revolutionary national police, as well as individual sanctions against a chief and deputy chief, the chief and deputy chief. and we're going to continue to add sanctions on individuals to carry out that carry out their resumes. abuses, documents have emerged revealing former us president donald trump oppressed his justice department to declare the 2020 election, corrupt the hand. written notes by the acting deputy attorney general. sure, he told help officials to back his unproven fraud claims, and in his words, leave the rest to me, the department rebuffed his f. it's saying they had no power to challenge the results. jennifer, victor is a professor of political science at georgia madison university. she says the memo show how explicit trumps efforts to overturn the election when democracy is die,
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they tend to not die in spectacular fashion and over some significant big event. but rather they degrade slowly over time. and so what we're seeing here is more evidence of this idea of the administration under the presidency of donald trump, having engaged in significant number of practices and behaviors that are frankly just plain anti democratic. to some extent, i think many of us suspected that this type of thing had gone on. donald trump did not accept the results of the election in november or december. and of course, there was the capital insurrection that he played some role in an effort to overturn the election results. and so his campaign of not believing in election results not wanting others to believe the election results. this, this evidence that has been presented today helps us to understand that this was very explicit from, from the beginning. really,
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there were clearly some actors around donald trump in the white house or whatnot who sort of had enabled this behavior i had contributed to it, had help him magnify that, that faulty both message. there are others such as the acting attorney general's time who's notes. we are seeing today who clearly acted as the guard rails of democracy who other other essentially state level, county level and federal bureaucrats and federal appointees who in fact did do the right thing regardless of their partisan affiliation. family of multi investigative journalists, daphne carolina glitzy has welcomed an inquiry, finding that the multi government has to bear responsibility for him. murder, the independent inquiry, said the state bred a culture of impunity, but it stopped short of directly blaming the government. andrew simmons report, daphne kajuana kelly c. a shook the state of malta to its foundations with her
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revelations of corruption and government business. the banks and the police. while 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 there had been a breakdown of law order. the inquiry actually found this to be the case, they identified a network, a web, both control not prevented state will dorothy from protecting my mother and from acting on the findings of corruption in the government. yeah. under the pressure of protests prime minister, joseph moscow resigned but denied any wrong doing before her murder carolina glitzy had effectively caused an early election. she indicated powerful figures in government and big business in the panama paper scandal exposing use of tax havens
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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 prosecutors say the bombing was financed and organized by this man. you organ finnic, a business man alleged to have government contracts. he pleaded not guilty to complicity and the killing. my mother's death was just painful for my family. it was a trauma inflicted on the entire country. and i think it's, it's essential that that trauma be transformed into something meaningful, something positive in an emergency parliamentary session. prime minister, robert
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a baylor, who took office last year has apologize for what he called the serious shortcomings of the state. but while daphne carolina galaxy is 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, a land line has totally 7 people in northern india. they. the light has been a growing number of deaths caused by the seas monsoon rains. gordon robinson report within moments the mountain road gives way. heavy rain, so hit the himalayan region hard, causing flash, flooding and lamps lives, leading the lives of dozens of people. the national disaster response force and into to bitten by the police are carrying out the rescue operation. so people are
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still missing and rescuers are looking for them. all roads and bridges swept away in genuine kashmir emergency teams have been called to the scene. it comes with all i am 58 years old and i've never seen such a severe flood in my life. the floods, of course, a lot of destruction earlier. we did not even have a bridge. now it has been constructed, has washed away by the floods within 7 years, over on the west coast, the country. so more than $58.00 centimeters of rain in just one day residence, forced to flee their homes as authorities release water from nearby dams that are at risk of overflowing. the rains are reminiscent of a similar catastrophe that struck the region back in 2005, healing more than a 1000 but resident save the tragedy this year is worse. gordon robinson al jazeera nigerian sprinter, a blessing of her berry has been suspended from the child care lympics after filing
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a drug test. the 32 year old who won a long jump. so vane, 2008 tested positive for growth hormone, she'd qualify for the 100 megs, a semi final on friday can track and field athletes were ruled as ineligible for the tokyo games 3 days ago for filing to make minimum testing requirements. a robot built by researches in the us has crossed a new milestone by completing its 1st run in the outside world. research is saying the machine known as cassie is the 1st 2 legged robot to successfully maintain a running position on an outdoor terrain. it finished the 5 kilometer ron intellectually 53 minutes. ah.


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