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the electric electricity has already been by most of the area except for the 12 neighborhoods see their prem said and i get that in desire to go down that a b s. we have all been all they've been doing. but during any other disasters such as earthquakes, we will continue to construct accommodation houses for those who left last homeless like to show people citizens that they will never let anyone get in to at to try to survival on their own. without the help of this, you know, go to young, go isn't state of the take that down, that is to get the areas or money learn. are you in the forest forest areas
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which have been effected. oh, burned down by the fires will be much in good condition. going to let me let a lot of the will be used as forest inefficient. they will be, the trees will be planted, they will not be used for any other purpose. that will not be allowed. these times we need to support each other and other fun disconnect, young another and as in barrett's he also chuck could be sure to be sounds good using 6, playing $44.00 helicopters, one on the man helicopter. mike, you know you 65 mission machines, 117. the fiber gauge vehicles have been employed deployed,
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got to tackle to battle. these fires is wildfire on p. b was another the the initial initially behead 3 and 5 high thing. the claim which has been met has been increased to 1135 percent of for you are located in sensitive areas area sensitive to wildfire. we have to be always alert to prevent stroke as quickly as possible. these fires been de occur. we're going to turn to cover chrome on technology. any, any lim, amish, almost a lot. it can be, it may be hard to go to new turkish association. we have not been able to renew that planes that they've had that very old we've had,
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we've looking into finding other solutions to the problem and in the fire fighting aeroplanes have been, you know, giving me a quote from a private company just to let you know that you called challenged all days. lucia did everything possible to make up for the show to current prize fighting fellows, he cleats, things on how young don't let it included in a fire fighting plains from neighboring countries from 20 countries. use your numerous amend on the vehicle. some other sites that you use go to don't john going to be that sunday in case you have
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always been successful in putting out these? why fi fi as the policies in, in previous years we will continue to strengthen fleets. her kids get it, they have she for a straight organization which is considered to be one of the best in the world. so i and might everyone to, to show respect to the good and the efforts of any forestry organization drug. then we got a up on and the other go to us and yeah, one of the country old at the top of the list of countries today in the on going to the rich chicks. it's capable of putting out fires on a bit too much damage as you missed it. this is not
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a matter for me to politicize damage in social media. in other words, the online content that search and images being posted, showing you date it thought to limited or just come out of hughes equipment and vehicles. i ask everyone to know these verified attempts to discredit our fire fighting efforts. y'all more done as soon as they range again in the region not caught us and planting trees in the areas will start to miss. we are not up. if you bought out some of the young goods, can you allow her to show it to mit?
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they are considering the possibility of sabotage and other choice as well so. so as far as starting to be able to carry out these investigations and just longer malone and provide answers to christian bock, we won't leave the christian march 30th to was hanging in the month of turkey, the president reject typo on addressing the media as the wildfires continued to burn in the south of the country, trying to reassure the nation and the people of those areas that everything is being done to try to bring them under control and to protect human life and property aggressive sorta correspondent who's in antalya province in might not get where president of i'm speaking today. so he said,
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we don't want to politicize this, but he also did talk about the possibility of sabotage. and this is being investigated well, the investigation is still going on, but it didn't provide that much of the details yet. but he just specifically mentioned that the younger murray is at the countryside, the intelligent service of the country, the ministry of interior and other security security are processed in the country, are in a coordination to find out whether there is this, whether it is a sub with her or not the government is guardian is assessing them based on the experience of the previous years because the p g a previous years have conducted such are some attacks. so spread out also how talk about their compensation and explain the right to the patient that you provided to the people who suffer from losses and their houses or their cultural disorders. that land that have been
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damaged, says that all of the composition was going to be given. the houses that had been burned are going to be rebuilt. the taxes are also going to be postponed in that sense, but so far feel the, the, the forest fire in more than 10 locations actively is own go in. and the, the, the government is still struggling to handle these because pay can, the fullest fire across the country is becoming more and more difficult as the here the temperature is quite high. and the wind does well, we have the fires to spread easily across the country. so far in $26.00 province is at $85.00 locations. the the 45 had been reported. and pres, one, also just a med just said that more than foot put, seen a cups alongside with the how to cook. there's are foods to
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take the for the fire under the control and just the police that we are now here in my now got also alongside oxygen as well, of the untidy worse hit district and see it's more in own we can see it out how to go up there and the cars are getting the water from the mediterranean sea and drop in on the hot supports. but it is, it's really difficult to take the full fi here on the control because anywhere out of thought. and we can see that the new 5 are just erupt in russell. so with that updates from turkey, from something turkey with a 5 of course or ongoing either and will protest taking place in paris against the french government is pushed to implement. so cold virus passes, the proposal would mean people would have to prove that status of a vaccinated that they recovered before they're allowed into restaurants to use
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transport or to visit public venues or brandon in our european you sent a covering this on 3rd weekend of these purchased all but overall, the french i siding with the president's approach. suddenly it seems like that at the moment as you're right, it's the 3rd consecutive weekend of protests on frances in the grip of a 4 wave of virus infections. the latest statistic from yesterday in excess of 24000 new infections in the 20 for us to friday. that's more than double the previous week's level. and these vaccine passports have been made mandatory for leisure and cultural venue, spots, museums, swimming pools cinema. some sort of thing, since mid july, after behest all present to try and get a grip on those rising infection rates. then this week what happened was that lawmakers voted to extend the vaccine passport and mandatory restrictions on to balls and restaurants. among other things that had stopped short of imposing them
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for shopping, census shopping, mouth, and a full. so reduce the maximum fine for those that don't comply. but there is a small but very vocal percentage of the population who rail against these restrictions, particularly in france with the principle of liberty got to pay for tend to take the liberty that they don't like being infringed much. what i'd like to take to ship have been bandied around in the media and on the black cars with the protesters carrying the spread out all around france. these protests around 160000 people protested across france last week. and we haven't got an estimate for how many this weekend, probably around 10000 in paris, you're going to say, you know, that's an, a population of 67000000. and to answer your 1st question around 70 percent, according to opinion, pulse in excess of 70 percent, actually agree with macro and saying that vaccines should be mandatory for example, for health care workers. so he's got
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a rather large majority of public opinion in his favor despite these contingent on the streets. thank you, paul. brendan, for that update on the situation in paris le, malaysia. hundreds of people rallied against the prime minister for his handling the pandemic. they want more, she didn't seem to resign infections of surgeon in recent weeks, despite emergency measures that have been in place since january any, 9000 people have died there. the protest in, quote number was mostly led by young people, one parliament to return to issue debt relief for those hardest hit by the pandemic or the world. her organization says corona virus debts have doubled in parts of africa over the past, and it's wanting to continents particularly vulnerable to the threat posed by the delta variance or regions on at risk. but none more so than africa. on current trends, nearly 70 percent of african countries will not reach the 10 percent vaccination
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target by the end of september. around 3500000 to 4000000. those are adams that weekly on the continent. but to meet the september, to get this much 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. and watch and tina has declared a 180 day water emergency for the powder on a river is one of the most important rivers in south america. connect argentina, paraguay, and brazil. but it's trickling at historically low levels. as theresa bo reports from argentina santa fe province, it's almost 5000 kilometers in length, making it the 2nd longest river in south america. with no the water in the bottom, the river, you said its lowest in almost 80 years due to lack of rainfall. miami now own the
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camping area on the riverbank she used to have to use a boat to move around, but not anymore. and i don't know she will. she said during the summer there was a bit more walter, so we had more people, but you cannot reach this area walking. we don't have a lot of war. the river is crucial for argentina's economy with millions of tons of grain, beef, and other agriculture exports passing through here. this place where i'm standing is in the middle of the river, there's no water left only sand. this is also part of one of the origin. tina's main exports, ships are being forced to leave around 30 percent of their cargo because of lack of water. the main concern for local people here is that the situation could get even worse. verify columbo is part of a group of environmental lawyers fighting for the future of the river. you might say that was more or less the climate change,
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whether alteration is extraordinary drought combined with scarce rainfall. we have to put it in context with what has been happening in the region because we're in the heart argentine as agricultural belt and we know that to has an impact on the environment. the last time the river with this low was in 1944 and many fear a return of the land media phenomenon, weather pattern that generates intense storms in some places and routing, others, environmental group, say deforestation, and forest fires in argentina. but i why, as well as brazil are impacting the river. i love the same you, serious fires and deforestation in the amazon means you're diminishing the amount of vegetation that generates evaporation and puts moisture back into the air. if the situation continues, we'll see more sharp changes in the weather. we are concerned about what's happening in brazil because the parents, river and others originate in brazil. the government is urging people to limit
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their water use as preserving the piano has become a priority for all in big business. and those who live along cited various i will, i'll just feed us and the fee argent. tina i look for the world where the now italy, where the north is and the grip of flooding. jeff has those details. hello, thanks for tuning in. we are tracking a deep area of low pressure for central areas of europe. and you know, when we talk about a deep area of low, just think the deeper the low, the more intense the weather is. so let's go in for a closer look right now. a storms are going to rumble through northern areas of italy, switzerland. as we hit toward austria at the czech republic, school vacuum rate into germany. now south of all of this, we're still hanging onto that hot sunshine, bucharest, 39 degrees as we head toward sundays. so heat alerts still widespread across the bulk and also talking about the heat in turkey. we know wildfires burning east of until your city in on talia providence. and unfortunately the weather is not going
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to cooperate here. that is to say it will remain hot, so it will remain dry. and even at points, the winds will whip up to about 40 kilometers per hour complicating that's firefights ok off to africa right now. and it's been particularly when surround the gulf of guinea, conic re scooped up nearly a 100 millimeters of rain. we also know northern sections of nigeria flooding. there has destroyed about 1500 homes, some strong storms moving through southern bali, and as we head towards senegal and sierra leone, we can also expect thunderstorms on sunday that your weather update. thanks for your company. now, thank you. jeff. now, motorbike there in affordable way to get around the many developing countries in kenya about 200000 new bytes hit the road every year. nearly all of them running on petrol. could that be about to change that now from web? went to the town of homer bay were an electric motor bike is creating above motorbike use in kenya is exploding because much less to buy and run the car
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good on the roads. and they can carry almost any kind of cargo or about 2000000 bikes on the roads. most of them are used to serve paying customers. the numbers, doubling about every 8 years with their carbon emissions. it's a similar story in much of the developing world. all right, as we spoke to in this town in west and tenure, they did tired of coming here to the mechanic. most of the motor bikes made in china and india designed for better roads. the petrol power engines where out fast, these people are not bringing the spare hives. and if you find the, you know, the little bit too expensive, so we will go for about that. i'm the well not said john on nuka. he's one of a handful of writers here. he's been given an electric motor like for try it as few
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moving parts requires little maintenance and no fuel got come back in to compare when i used to petrol driven motor bikes. i could save $20.00 a month now with the electric bike, i can save about $80.00, changing batteries cost less than half of what i spent on fuel. john says the cost savings make a big difference to him and his family. the buy he's riding. comes from this workshop is in the capital nairobi. the swedish company called opa, has developed the points here. lucy miguel is one of the team engineers who design them specifically for the rough roads. and for the growing motorbike market, the biggest challenge will be making the price is competitive compared to the fucking feel of us. so we know how affordable our spot to really wanting to invest and making sure that it's like a bill here. design engineers just over will make the be much cheaper the ride is here. say they want to try the electric bike. the big question is which
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kind of bike goes faster? and the best way to find out is with a race the, the electric, like quick off the saw. go back back to the extent of ration and gather said that the field thought that i'm holding a camera and going on and clicking on the day life with the other. but all of the riders we've spoken to see how quickly can these bikes become available? now and to test the new technology, one of us does it plans to start mass production later this year? malcolm web al jazeera home, a bay kenya. ah, plaintive news coming out of the limpid game through what we saturday said the golden saturday telephone. yeah let's so it was
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a big news from the turkey olympic. so jamaica's lane thompson hara has successfully defended her 100 me to title and she did it with the 2nd fastest time in history. $10.00 which is a new and then picked record. thompson keeping the title she won by 2016 leading home a jamaica 1. 23. shelly, i'm afraid the price is still and sharika jackson's taking the prong. well, let's live to correspondent andy richardson at the olympic stadium in take care and you were in the stadium for that race. what a performance that was it really was, and so this school for the athletes normally in the bill to $100.00 means the final is a huge amounts of noise. very mine, this stadium should have been full of 68000 fans. and normally there's the huge noise, the silence just before the star, then the gun goes. and the huge noise then follows in spots to run it down the track and none of this time. but it didn't seem to affect elaine,
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something running 2nd fast. this time in history still not quite beating the marks that via florence get his riches joiner more than 3 decades ago and spare a thought for marie joyce, a tale of ivory coast in full just missing out on the metal. again, she finished full in both the 10200, make the finals in re are as well just for that final we saw the 4 by 400 mixed final, one of many events today, fog events today involving mix teens of men and women. we also sort in swimming triumph, long shooting and judo. all part of the olympic games push for gender equality around 49 percent of all the athletes have. and so women, by the time we get to paris 2024, a should be a perfect 5050 splits and of course poland winning that gold medal there. first of these games i'm very pleased about that. but look at the men 10 the 100 meters on sunday, a big day of action they were who should be watching for that?
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it's really case of who's not here for the for the mens wanted me to find out women's final full of of such big names. real star quality. we think about the mens 100 meters. no, you saying bolted and intakes for the 1st time since 2004 christian coleman the world champion, he's not here because of voting offenses. no eliles and other american had sort of said that he's going to be the same both he's going to come to to can win the 10200 meters. john, what he felt even qualify for the us team for the 100 meters, but he will be a big favorites when in the 200. so big chance i think for candidates andre degrass to step up, he has for many years literally being in the shadow of you saying but will chasing him down the track. he's got a career full of of silver and bronze medal. so a perfect opportunity for him to win that gold medal. the other big event on sunday will be the final round, the men's golf outside of the tennis store. and i mean, i soccer for the biggest sports. so here in japan is, is not on the the,
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the master's champion, the, became the 1st japanese mild. so when a major title is won't shut off the lead going into the final rounds tomorrow, it's got a perfect chance of really good chance of adding and olympics cycle as well. yeah, conway. andy, thank you very much. now for the pool where it was a mix day for the usa, caleb dressel started them off by setting a wild record to win his the gold medal. the 24 year old feet hung, gary and kristof moleck in the men, 100 meter butterfly, and a time of 49.45 seconds. no upon sea of bronze. catherine, when its 1st selling pick gold medal white left a furnace and by broke the olympic record, lifting a total of $402.00 kilos on its way to victory. in the $96.00 hilo category, it's known biles has pulled out of 2 more finals as she continues to mattel mental health issues biles won't defend have votes or uneven balls titles,
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and it's unclear whether she'll compete in the full beam finals. we spoke to and, and pick so from atlas from michael jamieson, who struggled with depression. he says it's important for athletes to recognise they need help. you know, there's been an element of comfort, an element of comfort from athletes being comfortable, shit, and stories. and she had on that journey and share in the bathroom or own personal mental health. and i think a lot of people have been able to engage for that conversation from own sort of personal reflections. i think the deeper sort of richard, the sure that was the cause of, you know, some other sort of trouble hours what considered was, was their own identity. you know, my identity was really deep, rooted and frantic performance. you know, and i was either a successful or non successful person based on effectively the team on the board and from race on, on the result from the back of the i think as an athlete you feel that, you know,
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your career is always the very short i think generally we feel that there's, there's no time to step backwards. and i think, you know, things build up to level where i was aware of the change and behaviors. i was aware that i was developing some really unhealthy habitual behaviors and thought patterns . and therefore, you know, really recognized the need to speak up and get help and effectively treated. you know those thought patterns as a muscle when needed to be retrained or to shoot her amber hail never made it to take here because she tested positive for coven 19. earlier she spoke to al jazeera about her disappointments. i did 10 p. c. i was on the actual flight every day in the lead up to me leaving and all of them were negative. but the night before mentally the faintest of lines came up on my lot like to fly that i needed to take on it in the city. my heart sank,
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so i followed up with another. and another reason to be honest at that point i knew mine in pieces for i just kind of broke down and then i just always really struggling to get my was out. if i'm on a and then i oversee was, i feel quite bang for the i did catch you. they're not just the myself but also the i didn't get into a pain and i didn't effect anybody else's journey or that chance to go picks as well. pos on in any way, so i'm really thankful that we did catch it. also just try not so sorry for myself . like i've done everything physical physically possible to get to the gains and to be my best form that i could possibly be, which is to our i was before i was meant slave. so i really just want to get involved in the gains in any way i can. so i've been supporting the rest 15 d, b from the sofa. my own event was a bit of a struggle to watch. just because i want to be that bad the, like i said i, i do believe everything happens for a reason. i'm not quite sure what this reason is yet that i'm sure life just turns
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out and we'll get through. all right, that's a list for now. i'll be back with more later tomorrow. thank you joe. yeah, $1500.00 as gmc, the next news our joe will be there for that. and i will be here in 2 and a half and it's time for the latest news on out here in a frank assessments is an argument for suggesting that the martin and ministrations are playing a long game. it's very much of a warm embrace of iran nuclear deal because of us domestic politics informed opinions, schools, and shelters of been reduced to rubble. how do you think this shapes a generation and the politics then, is that a life has been shaped by the vitamin in depth analysis of the data global headlines inside story on our jazeera, when freedom of the press is high in, oh,
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you just because i thought genuinely about your thoughts towards the making government step outside the mainstream. there has been a implement here. some of access points shift the focus, the pandemic. that turned out to be a handy little prefect. the prime minister clamped down on the press covering the waves. the news discovered the listening post on each and every one of us had got a responsibility to change our personal space for the better the more we could do this experiment and a lot of us could increase just a little bit that wouldn't be worth doing. but he had any idea that it would become a magnet, incredibly recipe. asking women to get 50 percent representation in the sum
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switched to somebody here and kidding this. pick up the collect the thing to get to say the reason extremely important service that they provide to the city. we say we need to take america to try to bring people together trying to deal with people who have been left behind me. ah, turkey president suggest sabotage could be the reason for the wildfires and much of the country can which are killed at least 6 people. ah, monkey all santa maria here in the world news from alger. the afghan forces
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baffling to contain rapid taliban advances in the strategically important western region. also, israel accuses iran being behind an attack on an oil tanker, an attack or kill 2 criminal on the richardson at the olympics. west stall gina simone biles.


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