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ah frank assessments, schools and shelters have been reduced to rubble. how do you think the shapes of generation and their policy? their life has been shipped by vitamin some conflict. inside story on our jazeera, the searchers president says, authorities are investigating whether wildfires burning across the country were an act of sabotage. ah, you're watching 0 life from headquarters in delphi. i'm jerry navigate oh, so ahead. a prominent judge has been put under house arrest infinity or 2 days after the president took control of the government. the protesters
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talk with police on the streets of paris to show their anger against funds for mandatory covered 1900 health i'm. they have all in the fight and i river in argentina where the government has declared 180 day water emergency. because this river is suffering from a historic drought. ah hello, thanks for joining us. wildfires are ravaging parts of southern turkey, which is prompted president read your paper to on to declare a disaster zones in several provinces. at least 6 people have been killed including 2 firefighters. hot weather and strong winds have been feeling dozens of fires for several days. entire force have burned down and some villages have been evacuated and satellite images show the extent of the wildfires. the smoke has spread as far as cypress,
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about 100 kilometers away. at least 5 planes and 45 helicopters are being used to put out the flame spreading across more than a 1000 sites. us and you nations have extended support to turkey. the president visited, one of the towns hit by the wildfires register berto on says the cause will be investigated her to show that she mit considering the possibility of sabotage and any other sources of the fire starting and we will carry out the investigation to provide answers to these, we will not give up until we have all the answers on the resource, our doors, and men of what and tell your province with more present one is just fill in and morale got the and he is having a meeting with, with all the majority of his cabinet here, minister of interior minister for the 3 culture tourism given one minister of
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foreign affairs also was there and he said that of their will. that will be a huge package off the compensation, particularly for those who have suffered from the law, says that the houses that have been damaged are going to be rebuilt. the agricultural areas that were under the fire also are going to go through every frustration the process, the taxes are going to be postponed. but he also said that more than time active zones are sci fi suffering from the, the forest forest fire. so that the fire is not under the control, but he said there has been remarkable progress since when they, when the 1st report regarding the fire be erupted, came out. so that doesn't, the investigation is quite important here because the government says that maybe the peak i k is behind is our tax is could be an asthma attack. and because the p k in previous years has called the 1st organized arson attacks. the government
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believes that in to a certain extent, maybe the peak, i keep repeating the same tactic, but so far there is the conflict could be the call coordination between the intelligence service minister of interior, gender movies, and other security after that is going on into the deep and deeper into the investigation to find out whether this is an organized, organized event or not. tennessee or security forces a place a judge under house arrest for 40 days. judge bas unit academy has in the past been accused of sweeping terrorism related cases under the rug. the decision against the academy follows president case if i had pledged to head a campaign against corruption. after he dismissed the prime minister and froze, parliament fire denies leading a coo and insists he doesn't want in his ear to return to a dictatorship journalist. some kimball has more from turn tunis. certain individuals have been targeted in what some are saying,
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alarming ways. this include can me, who's judge placed under house arrest for the next 40 days? mr. ark, of me has been accused by some human rights groups and lawyers, groups of, of hiding terrorism related files and making them go away. and these include files related to the high profile assassinations of leftist politicians shook the blade, and mohammed brought him in 2013 this just following the arrests on friday of 2 parliamentary members. one of them is the independent m. p. seen the co founder of the hope and work movement, who's been an outspoken critic of the actions of president side, saying that his actions amount to a coo and this also includes the rest of the parliamentarian. ned is
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ead from the could ama coalition who was released to day. and it's unclear whether these arrests are related to previous cases against them. or if it's a political conflict, being settled in more processor taking place in the french capital against plans to introduce a coven, 1900 health path. once it's implemented, people will have to show proof of vaccination or present and negative with 1910 before they can end to restaurants or cultural venues. but some argue that this violates individual freedoms. italy's government has also announced similar plans and that has like to protest in the city of milan. prime minister myer druggie has urged people to get vaccinated or risk a new lock. don't. a rec. bruckner is a professor of political science at stanford university in berlin. he says, governments have
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a responsibility to restrict freedoms. if it guarantees them in the long run, it's good to have something like a european wide strategy. and there's what they call green certificate, that allows europe to travel during the summer when they get a chance to go on vacation. but we see very different problem situations when it comes to call it in the different countries. and we also have very different political culture. when it comes to demonstrate for free equality and saudi derek sees which of the west on system after the french revolution. on the one hand, it's of utmost importance that every citizen can make use of his and her freedom rights, which includes the freedom of expression and also the freedom to demonstrate. on the other hand, the state needs to protect itself and the system by restricting those freedoms, if it's used against the system. and we see
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a lot of orchestrated forms of trying to undermine the state or to provoke the police, which is why today the demonstration in berlin has been cancelled because it was clear that it was not freedom of expression but to provoke the police. hundreds of people have rallied against malaysia prime minister for his handling of the pandemic. they want to resign infection to serge, despite emergency measures in place since january, nearly 9000 people have died. the protest in kuala lumpur was mostly led by young people. china is racing to contain its worst covered 19th break and month it's been fueled by the delta vary and 1st identified in india, which is much more contagious. health workers are testing millions of people. priyanka good to reports. the and this is non jean international airport weeks earlier. it was steaming with travelers and an invisible enemy. the highly
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contagious delta variant of coven 19 china is now trying to prevent a health crisis. from getting worse. the outbreak started launching has spread to 6 provinces. the capital b jane and now chanting, one of the was biggest cities, day and night. china is doing water, das, best testing tens of millions of people. it is reasons to be concerned, child read the funds, which was like, the variant is more transmissible without strong prevention and control measures without strong therapeutic and immunization capabilities. the regeneration speed is very fast. earlier within $4.00 to $5.00 days, the viral load increased $2.00 to $3.00 times. but now within 3 days, the viral load may increase $5.00 to $7.00 times. tens of thousands of people have been put under locked down in beaching, an in chunks of province at a 1000000 more in the tourist hotspot of them just here in hunan. for china,
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which imposed the was 1st locked down. it's strict methods are proven an effective public high you have habits are existing prevention control measures are effective . the conclusion was drawn based on 2 basic understanding. the 1st is the scientific community understanding of the virus. it is still a corona virus at source of infection. transmission root has been basically clear on the 2nd understanding is based on the past practices of our prevention and control. but with researches calling the delta variant, ask contagious us chicken pox. b james tried and tested our snow against the virus may seem out of date. even though in the past when trying to do this, the regular steel that you see oscillating cities. i think the reality is that right now they, they, they, they switched to somebody cities that they will not be able to stop in more deep
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going to other cities. and then it, because it is far more time transmissible. the docking lockdown message will probably not work and then what 2020 china has vaccinated, more than half of its people. but with jobs that have lor protection rates, it is one of the was strictest border controls, and has the capacity to increase health services at a short time. but like much of the world, china will now need to come up with effect as measures to tackle this variance. i repeat it's early successes against as far as bronco gotta alter 0 argentine has declared and 180 a water emergency for the parent river. it's one of the most important waterways in south america, connecting argentina and brazil. but it's historically low levels, a series of reports from argentina,
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santa fe province. it's almost 5000 kilometers in length, making it the 2nd longest river in south america. but now the water in the bottom, the river, you said its lowest in almost 80 years due to lack of rainfall. my dear amena owned the camping area on the riverbank. she used to have to use a boat to move around. but not anymore. i mean, unless you go to 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 main export ships are being forced to leave around 30 percent of their cargo because of
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lack of water. the main concern for local people here is that the situation could get even worse. the file columbo is part of a group of environmental lawyers fighting for the future of the river. you might say that was more less the climate change, whether alteration is extraordinary drought combined with scarce rainfall. we have to put it in context with what has been happening in the region. 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, i, when packing the river, i already send you serious fires and deforestation in the amazon means you're diminishing the amount of vegetation that generates evaporation and puts moisture
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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 their water use as preserving the piano has become a priority for all in big business. and those who live alongside it, there is i will. i'll defeat santa fe argentine more than 60000000 americans across 20 states are under official heat warnings of temperatures, sorts in their near record levels. the pacific northwest on the southeast are sweltering and close to 40 degrees celsius. last month of days, long heat wave killed, hundreds of people. one study says record breaking heat waves may become 2 to 7 times more frequent around the world in the next few decades. wildfire is burning across parts of italy, destroying several houses on the southern island, especially the fires of forest,
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hundreds of people to leave their homes. the city center of atanya has been worse hit. italy has registered nearly $13000.00 more wildfires than last year. though a heads on al jazeera, joining forces more troops had to move. i'm big to fight in our group. but there are fears it will make a humanitarian crisis even worse. on the richardson at the tokyo olympics, west stall, gina and violet was pulled out of 2 events in order to focus on her mental well being. ah hello, hot sunshine, really the name of the game across the middle east. take your pick. any of these places re add $43.00 degrees, also $43.00 degrees in doha. next, i want to take you to pakistan. you know,
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the northern portion of the country has been dealing with some flooding, rains all associated with that southwest monsoon and its impacted areas like islam about, for example, further toward the south. sand and dust storms were a problem, but rain has fallen, so that helped improve the situation in karachi over to turkey and we're talking about the wildfire burning east stuff on talia city in antalya province. you know, that's high, he continues and also at times we will be dealing with some fairly gusty winds. so that is certainly not going to help with the firefight there in these temperatures well above average, central africa or storms are flaring up as we head toward ethiopia. south sudan pushing into the democratic republic of congo, and also the central african republic on sunday. further to the south. this is what your weather story is looking like. a nice stretch of weather, plenty of sunshine for keep town. 17 degrees habit are only $22.00 degrees. below wail 22 will be the high for you interest a scattering of showers as we head toward the east coast of madagascar on sunday.
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hello again. the top stories on i'll just 0. the death toll from all fires raging across southern turkey has risen to say, this includes 2 firefighters president read to play berta. one has visited one of the affected areas and says the cause of the fires will be investigated. h, as in judge, had been accused of suppressing terrorism related cases and placed under house arrest. it follows president hyatt pledge to lead a campaign against corruption officer. he for parliament protests against plants and to do so called virus chaps, is taking place and once implemented, people have to show proof of vaccination or presenting negative cobra 1900 before they can enter most. and i've gone to san western city of her routers under intense pressure from the taliban, with heavy fighting and recent days, the urban group took control of the road to the airport and flights into the city
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seized on wednesday. charlotte, bella has the latest from capital on the outskirts of afghan, some stood biggest city government forces tried to hold off the tele bomb. it's been like this for several days. most of the former we are defending our land. we're not moving forward at this time because we don't want civilians to be killed or injured friday. this is the road to herat airport. it's a 30 minute drive south of the city taliban fighters and government forces have been battling across the road. that is bridge. the commercial flight stopped on wednesday is the front line moved towards the city. so how many kilometers from the city was that 6 or thanks and have a filament united nations regional compound is also on that road. on friday, the un blamed the tele bonds for hitting its perimeter with grenades and gunfire.
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although the telephone said it was caught in the crossfire, the un secretary general called the attack deplorable. going on a month ago, the majority of her, our province was government controlled or contested. now the taliban is in control of much of the province. her aunt said he, in its surrounding districts of the only thing that stopped the fight, is controlling a 300 kilometers stretch of road east. from the iranian border. former governor and merger had in later ismael hon has rallied his supporters to protect the city and both the ask and military response. hundreds of his fighters are on the front lines yesterday the president called me and we spoke on the phone. he said he will send reinforcements last night should have arrived, but the defense ministry hasn't sent anyone so far. the weather in the city africans carry on, like the war is not on the doorstep. many putting their trust in hom spices. yet no
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more. all in the military and also no plan to fight against either one hand and pushing them out of her rod, probably in the telephone. say that kill to talk. ask a military commander. it's the soldiers and pro government militia still have a chance to live. if they surrender, the government says it's regaining control when sending reinforcements including special forces. charlotte bellis out there a couple. such as the fighting that's bringing misery to have guns flash floods this week. and remote eastern, i've gone on, have killed at least a 100 people, dozens more missing. and nurse don province. here is our, if a magic editor, a james based flooding problems and noticed on which is in the east of afghanistan, mountainous areas and very high death toll wearing 113 people have been
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announced is dead. but we're also hearing there a dozen still missing problems like shelter, $173.00 houses we believe completely destroyed at this stage, a lack of fresh drinking water, more floods on the way. and then the other aspect of all this is the conflict because noticed on like so many places enough kind of song is a contest. it province. there are parts of the flooded area under the control of the government, parts under the control of the taliban. the afghan red crescent has been the main agency that's been on the ground there. they have been able to access the un trying to negotiate access. currently, symbolic is the latest country in southern africa, that's planning to dispatch soldiers to help fight an arm group and neighboring mozambique. last month, regional leaders agreed to send a stand by force to the gas rich province of cobb del gato in the north. how much hasa has more mm. the bubble is deploying soldiers to neighboring mozambique as part of the southern african development community. standby for more
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than 300 trips will help train muslim beeks army to fight an armed group affiliated to isolate in north of the country. but swan and south africa have already deployed . other countries in the 16 member regional block are considering doing the same, though in italy, this marilyn the duration of the conference and the member states society would be able to maintain their own forces within the country. and this is exemplified by the d at a see conference. wait, it took longer for it to resolve the conflict within the d. c. but in this instance, it's something that is not that that long and the most economical capacity to help with the regional states. i'm not the only ones getting involved. portugal, the e u and the united states are training muslim. the army or wanda already has
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soldiers on the ground. the east african country says it's killed some fighters and it's army is pursuing others. this one is a much bigger than just protecting one or 2 aspirations. i think, you know, the situation there is much bigger than just one is the lesson. so we are handling the into, you know, we are, we're participating with the muslim beacon forces to restore order. 22 in the, in couple of the, they're going to the conflict in kabul. delgado province began in 2017 thousands of diets and been more 800000 people had been displaced, human rights workers worry seen the an extra troops could lead to more right for decent. the questions i got this morning if the muslim become government, the muslim become security forces, have that child and they are unable to distinguish insurgents from celia. and what assurance do we have at this stage that the fundamentals are hiding from both?
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said again, the one that i have to do that distinguish if they aren't able to be dark, could they please explain to the residence of god? how can d, e b is secure, then the sure that the fighting that is now going and god will not effect in the conflict, has disrupted natural gas projects with billions of dollars. some locals failure failure to distribute voss mineral, and also gas revenues to the local population is fueling tensions and tools that inequality is addressed unless they deploy more troops to northern mozambique is not a long term solution to the crisis. hardaman casa algebra. ah, you esther gnostics, dorothy mon bowels has pulled out as 2 more finals at the tokyo olympics as she
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focuses on her mental health. 24 year old join, some of her teammates on a shopping trip in the host city on saturday. bowels is not withdrawn from for a 1st 6 offense. she'll be assessed daily before deciding whether to compete in the 2 remaining finals coming up next week. and richardson isn't toko, and he report the bowels has brought the important issue of mental health to a world stage. i think it looks unlikely now, and possibly unlikely will ever see her at another olympics again. i mean, the us elliptic teams saying they all going to continue to evaluate her on a daily basis for their are now any 2 more events in which she can compete. she may not be too active in gymnastics at the moment, but she has been active on social media in the last 24 hours. i talking to fans about what she describes and what gina is described as the twisty, not in gulf, in the ships. i guess it's basically where mind and body nor instinct can, regardless of what the mind tries to tell the body to do that on corporate. and she
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posted some footage on instagram of her falling flats on the back when she was trying to dismount and land on her feet from the uneven ball so clearly still at the moment. she's not in any physical or mental shape to compete at these games is going to have to change pretty quickly if we all going to see her again. but once again, it is still bringing out that discussion about mental health in sports and so onto a big platform motorbike sir, an affordable way to get around to many developing countries and kenya about $200000.00 new bikes at the road. every year, nearly all of them run on petrol, but that could be about to change. mock them why i went to the town of homer bay, where recently developed electric motor bike is creating about most like use in kenya is exploding because much less to buy and run the car. good on the roads. they can carry almost any kind of cargo or about
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2000000 bikes on the roads. most of them are used to serve paying customers. the numbers, doubling about every 8 years with it, that carbon emissions. it's a similar story in much of the developing world, right? as we spoke to in this town in western kenya, they did tired of coming here to the mechanic. most of the motor bikes made in china and india had designed for better roads. the petrol power engines where out fast, these people are not bringing or spare parts. and if you find, you know, the little bit too expensive. so we will go for about 10. i'm the well north journal, nuka, he's one of a handful of writers. here he's been given an electric motor like for try it as few moving parts requires little maintenance and no fuel got come back in my
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care when i used to petrol driven motor bikes, i could save 20 dollars 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 a team of engineers who designed them specifically for the rough roads. and for the growing most a bike market, the biggest challenge will be making the price is competitive compared to the fucking feel comfortable. so we know how affordable our spot to really working to us to invest and making sure that it's like a bill here. design engineers just over will make the be much cheaper. all the ride is here. say they want to try the electric bike. the big question is which kind of bike goes faster?
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and the best way to find out is with a race the, the electric like quick off the go much better extended ration. and i got it said that the field thought that i'm holding a camera well not playing on the day alive with the other. but all of the writers we've spoken to glossy. how quickly can these bikes become available now and to test the new technology? one of us says it plans to start mass production later this. yeah, malcolm web al jazeera home a bay, kenya. ah, hello again. the headlines on al jazeera, be that all from wildfires raging across southern turkey has risen to 6 that includes 2 firefighters president read to play bird one has visited one of the
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affected areas and says the cause of the fires will be in.


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