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the lebanese community and australia once upon a time and punch on out era the revealing eco friendly solutions to combat threat to our planet. on al jazeera ah, wildfire continue to burn in turkey, consuming forest, and threatening villages. several provinces on declared disasters owns the hello mariam noisy in london. you are watching al jazeera, also coming off on the program. a prominent charge is put under house arrest in tunisia, just days off the president fax. the government were looking at
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a battle for control and afghanistan. government forces pushed back as the taliban stat sites on the western city of horizon saying sorry, 50 years later zealand is to apologize for a race, this immigration crackdown half a century. ah, hello, welcome to the program. deadly fires have been tearing through great swathes of turkey's mediterranean and g and coast lines 6 people and now dead. some hotels have been evacuated, and tourists have been fleeing by boat. while forest fires are common in turkey. this kind of experts have been warning that the extent of this year season 5 should serve as an indication of what climate change produced the region. while the talking fires have been raging since wednesday to forest workers were the latest to
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be killed. $98.00 fires broke out across at least 6 provinces. asia have been brought under control. 5 threats has been exacerbated by the heat wave across southern europe, which is being fed by hor, her from africa for cost as expect temperatures to push through 40 degrees this weekend. before reaching 45 and possibly even 50 degrees by the end of next week, just 2 weeks ago, hundreds were killed as flood swept through germany, the netherlands in belgium. these recent extreme weather changes of height and concerns about the climate crisis. the u. n. is saying that in its latest analysis, that international climate pages would still result in global warming far beyond the one and a half degree limit needed to avoid the was to fax. we begin with brazil searches report now from antalya in turkey. clear blue skies lost in a haze and the ones green forest southwest and turkey. how being painted black
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the wise fire started on wednesday across 4 locations in the province of tanya found by strong means. they quickly spread to neighboring regions, but soon, 26 provinces. far and wide began reporting similar fires. several people had been killed and hundreds of others injured. thousands more have had to leave their homes, young yolanda, and the blaze spread to the highlands. enraged suddenly, we had no chance to flee on, but when we were engulfed by slaves, we had to run to the city of and i've got to have it. and then we came back to find the house like this. not much more than 85 wildfires have broken out. what is the $74.00 of them are under control, but the cost, the province this dana or manya on time mercy. mueller. and isn't it? are still trying to put out for lames. we are in my now got which along with sticky
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is on friday as worst hit district to fire fighters. how been killed during operations here? while many people have been taken to hospital at least 25 willis. and this weeks or . 1 even created another fight was in mamma is, has killed at 25 years old woman here who was trying to take lincoln water to the emergency crews. the fire wiped out life stockton area, local stock to lead her to safety. hundreds of homes have been dis, voice or heavily damaged, but the turkish fort administer says, how it is on the way. cuz me let it by your yard and i need to bother you. my kids are going, it will start partial payments to as citizens who have suffered damage to their properties. we have begun transferring a total of $2700000.00 from various institutions and ministries for emergency need an entirely as min. i've got district wide fires are common in turkey,
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mediterranean, and aging regions during the dry summer months or taught it is have yet to determine the cause of this fires. some time she period we are considering the possibility of sabotage and any other sources of the fire starter. and we will carry out the investigation to provide answers to these. we will not give up and we have all the answers that are concerned. they may be attacked, targeting the heart of the turkish tourism industry. the extent of the destruction will become clear once the was fires are extinguished. but for those in the effect of regions, it will likely take some to recover, repealed press will started out. oh my god, what elsewhere in argentina the government air is declared of 180 day water emergency with a herana river. one of the most important rivers in the region, connecting argentina, pyro choir,
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and brazil. but it's experiencing historically low levels of teresa po reports from argentina, 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 fight and i 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 agricultural 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 origins,
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100 main exports woods 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. columbo is part of a group of environmental lawyers fighting for the future of the river. william, i deal with it as it was today. melissa on 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 was 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 why, as well as brazil are impacting the river? i love any sin you serious fires and deforestation in the amazon means you're
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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 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 feed us and the fee. i didn't tina well, more than 60000000 people across 20 states in the us are subject to official. he warnings now as temperature that rise to near record levels. pacific northwest in the southeast of the us are experiencing temperatures close to 40 degrees. last month. the heat wave killed hundreds of people on recent study says record breaking heat waves might become $2.00 to $7.00 times more frequent around the world. over
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the next few decades. the heat we experienced right around the 4th of july, we can just before the 4th of july, we can was abnormal for a couple reasons. one in terms of just the intensity ever so record breaking heat, but also the duration of it. so probably a big difference between then and now we had about 7 or 8 days worth of 100 degree, or nearly a 100 degree days. our security forces, indonesia placed a prominent judge on the house arrest. judge fisher acrimony has in the past been accused of suppressing terrorism related cases. the arrest follows president chi sides pledge to the campaign against corruption, often dismissed the prime minister and dissolve the parliament. gotcha. lopez. her diane reports into nisha were for now at least uncertainty seems to be the only certainty of popular president continues to reassure the
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public even as the political crisis deepens. on friday evening, during the meeting with new york times, journalists had been detained briefly earlier in the week, i saw it promised to respect people's liberty. but as despite the crosses that 2 nicea is living, it still operates with freedom of expression and was human rights built on the constitution and faced with some difficulties in some areas or with some administrations than these are intentional obstacles i'm, the list of them is, are still, when news broke earlier in the day that you guys seen uri, a parliamentarian influential blogger and fierce critic of the president had been imprisoned. many worried a purge may have begun. ciocca, according to tunisia, military judges though yours was jailed in connection with a 2018 verdict issued against him for defaming the army. hours later, another member of parliament mahard seed was arrested on saturday. a video posted
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on line showed him saying he had been liberated. but according to his lawyer, it was later whist away by security forces. and his whereabouts are unknown. president vi it has denied having anything to do with the arrests last week when he suspended parliament for 30 days. he also lifted the immunity of its members. which means will legislators, with cases against them can now be arrested. and just a matter of days, the president has sacked, the defense minister, acting justice minister and prime minister, who was also serving as acting interior minister only an interim interior minister has been name so far, leading many to speculate when other appointments will be made for the moment zion moved to seize. executive control appears again. widespread supports in asia of fragile democracy, whose population has grown fatigued by years of corruption, political deadlock and economic stagnation this year. as coven 1900 cases, surge,
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things have only worsened the head of tenicia largest party. and the governing coalition in africa, has called for talks and says it's ready for concessions within the framework of the constitution. he or madison equally with we're going to try use or peaceful means dialogue, negotiation st. pressure pressure from organisations internal and external pressure to bring back democracy are only goal today is the return of democracy to tunisia. by enlarge tunisians hope a roadmap will be created to guide them out of this crisis. and while many politicians profess the same, it's not clear with a roadmap will include, or when it might be complete. castillo, this with a young al jazeera watch was clad back in lockdown imparts of china. the country fight the spread of the contagious delta variance of the corona virus, has been a 3rd weekend of anger across france is protested time vaccine, possible threat,
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and then liberty ah hello, wiping this, wiped off your brow. here's why. and how strongly are we set a new all time july temperature record in al is 31.8 just now that old record. but we know what comes up must go down, right? so those temperatures are gonna fall by the time we had to work tuesday just to a high of 19 degrees on to the active weather. now, and we do have a storm system moving into western australia. this is going to generate strong winds. once again, really been walked into that pattern. so for perth, we will expect when goes about 75 kilometers per hour. and as we track it out on monday, it's going to move across the bytes impact adelaide with some weather and windy conditions as well. and eventually this will make its way to melbourne and hobart.
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now for new zealand. we've got nights, weather on tap as he heads award sunday for the major city center. it's christ church. wellington gives been an awkward but check out late monday into tuesday. that's when this rain starts to slide in. so that's when our conditions will deteriorate. off to the philippines right now and heavy rains have raised water levels as we hit toward the american river, still more rain to count on sunday. and for asia pacific, our heavy rain will be toward that southeast corner of china into taiwan the he added to the fashion, the success and the popularity. and then he gave it all up for the love of his homeland football rebels. delves into the realm of footballing legend rashid mac luthey. before to the jury and national liberation front. with his feet.
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rashid mackenzie and the f. l. n. team. on al jazeera o. the me. back watching algae. they are alive from london. a quick look at the main stories now the forest fires ravaging parts of southern turkey, now killed 6 people. turkish present russia type one is cried dissolve designs now for several provinces, and is cool for an investigation into what happened. security forces engineers your place prominent judge this year at creamy on the house arrest is the tension for
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those present sites. pledge to lead a campaign against corruption, often dismissed the prime minister and dissolved parliament. we now turn to the conflict in afghanistan where i rapid advances by groups of taliban fighters and districts across the country is becoming an encroachment on the biggest cities. violence is getting worse around places like laska gar the besieged capitol of helmet province. in the south kandahar has long had a strong taliban presence, but they're also only offensive in the north and the strategic, the vital current is province. the of the board with the cheapest on taliban had already swept through the western province, hirata, which as a crucial board with iran. and now the city of herat itself is under pressure after an attack on the main un compound. charlotte, bella has the latest on the outskirts of afghanistan stood, biggest city government forces tried to hold off the tele bomb. it's been like this
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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 harass airport to 30 minute drive south of the city. taliban fighters and government forces have been battling across the road. that is bridge. the more commercial flight stopped till wednesday is the front line moved towards the city. so how many kilometers from the city was that fixed or think united nations regional compound is also on that road. on friday the un blamed the tele bonsa hitting its perimeter with grenades and gunfire. 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,
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our province was government control or contested. now the taliban is in control of much of the province, herat city 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 hahn 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. the should have arrived, but the defense ministry hasn't since any one so far. further in this is he, africans carry on like the war is not on the doorstep. many putting their trust in hom spices. there is no good all in the military and also, you know, plan to fight against the side one hand and pushing them both of her on probing
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the telephone. say that killed a top africa, a military commander. it's the soldiers and pro government militias still have a chance to live. if they surrender, the government says it's regaining control when sending reinforcements including special forces. charlotte bellis, algebra cobble, and china is race in to contain. it's was covered 19 outbreak in months. it's being fueled by the highly contagious delta vary, which was 1st identified, an india health workers are testing millions of people and they've placed hundreds of thousands under locked down brianca group reports. this is non jean international airport weeks earlier. it was steaming with travelers and an invisible enemy. the highly contagious delta variant of coven 19 china is now trying to prevent a health crisis. from getting worse,
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the outbreak started launching has spread to 6 provinces, the capital of aging. and now chanting, one of the world's 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 lock down in beaching an in junk through province. at a 1000000 more in the tourist hotspot of them here in hunan. for china, which imposed the was 1st lockdown. it's strict methods a proven and effective passage high. you had habits are existing prevention control
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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. the 2nd understanding is based on the past practices of our prevention and control . but with researches calling the delta variant, ask contagious as chicken pox. b james tried and tested our snow against the virus me seen out of date. even though in the past when trying to do this with steel and you see cities, i think the reality is that right now they, they read to somebody cities that they will not be able to stop it more deep going to other cities and then it because it is far more trying, transmissible. the doctor looked at message will probably not look at them. what
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2020 china has vaccinated, more than half of its people. but with jobs that have laur protection rates, it is one of the was strictest border controls, and has a 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 gupta all to 0, israel was accused iran of being behind an attack on an oil tanker off the coast of a line in which 2 people were killed. the israeli operated all the must. it was attacked on thursday, what appears to have been a drone strike, berser security contract and romanian crew members reportedly killed us across carry the one on reagan has been assisting the tanka i've seen show he is a senior lecturer in middle east politics, university of bradford and says,
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the attack is the latest and the tit for tat shadow wars. he describes it between israel and iran, where vessels in the gulf region have been targeted over the last 2 years. so shall we will be, transform has been on a change and to date on like what was happening 5 or 6 years ago. the other will no longer get rely on only at proxy, maybe $5.00 to $7.00 get iran. and that, that, that it will void any kind of direct confrontation, what the, or did all the we did, both iran and israel. i tried to go beyond basically deprived the proxy, piloted and directly with that also a number of occasions that intelligent for the top target in
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nicholas scientists. in fact, you're on board even corrugated damien nuclear facility. when out of france, where tens of thousands of people are protesting against so called vaccine passports, the 3rd consecutive we can, the demonstrations have taken place as the government is trying to make a health past compulsory bars and restaurants. but activists are against it. they say it amounts to 4 months dictatorship as pul brian and explains. the cobit health passport has been mandatory in france since mid july, with visitors to leisure and cultural venues like museums having to prove that they've been vaccinated. tested negative in the previous 48 hours or recovered from the disease during the previous 6 months. but what's brought tens of thousands of demonstrators out on the streets for a 3rd successive weekend. is the proposal to extend the passport to cover bars and restaurants and make it compulsory for health care workers to be vaccinated? she to go for it in i'm enough and i've resigned because i think we mustn't be
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blackmailed. i also think that we shouldn't be told what to do as an obstacle to freedom. if now we need a virus pass to fetch groceries, go to the cinema, enjoy life after a grueling job. the past is a real danger for everybody. it's really an empty social thing if it is more so we are creating a segregated society and i think it's unbelievable to be doing this in the country of human rights. i've never protested before in my life, but i think our freedom is in danger. france is in the grip of its 4th wave of covert infections. more than 24000 new cases a day is more than doubled. the number of just when we could get with the dial in between individual liberty and collective solidarity is particularly challenging here in france in particular, people lead as a violation of important give of we are all equal and no one is
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a 2nd class citizen just because he or she decides against sexy nation, which brings up a problem with solidarity, which is the thought any t pillow system, because they are risk groups that need to be protected from those would think it's their personal choice, whether they do something for society or not. there is clear evidence that despite the demonstration to vaccine passport law is having that side effect of driving up vaccination rates 3 weeks ago, just 40 percent of french adults with double vaccinated. that's now risen to 52 percent who had both jobs and opinion polls show that 70 percent of the voters support the plan for compulsory vaccination of health care workers. the demonstrators on making themselves heard that they are a vocal minority holborn. and i'll just hear you ask gymnastics, tell simone biles as pullouts, have 2 more finals at the tokyo olympics to focus on her mental health. 24 year old
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joined some of her teammates on a shopping trip in the host city on saturday, while who's now withdrawn from 4 of her 6 events. she'll be assessed every day before deciding whether to compete and the 2 remaining finals next week. even prime minister johnson to are done is to make a formal government apology for a race based crackdown on visa. overstay is nearly 50 years ago. the often violent, degrading police rates, targeted pacific islanders for deportation, but it didn't include over stay as from other parts of the world. right. it had a lasting effect on new zealand pacific island communities. as wine, hey, explains the one any cold winter's night unusual in the main city. a taste of more tropical pacific islands can easily be found. oakland is the world's largest polynesian city. with indigenous molly joined by generations of migrants from countries like saw more. fiji and tongue up. but the vibrancy color
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and contribution of polynesians haven't always been welcomed. here. we were the people that were responsible for the disintegration of the economy and the new zealand dream. the painters were vigilante group, set up in the 900 seventies to defend the rights of modi and pacific islanders and to change the racist views held by many white new zealanders. we can educate them, they're not used to our way of life. let's keep stuff. one result of that sentiment was an immigration crackdown targeting pacific islanders who had been brought here because of labor shortages. the often violent dawn rage which the government is now apologizing for. so police searching homes, businesses and even churches looking for overstep to deport. the sense of injustice is still felt to day, mainly because it was only pacific islanders who were targeted, not the majority of overstate who were at the time from the united states or europe
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. a formal government apology for past injustices is rare in new zealand. it has to meet strict criteria, including the victims being definable as a distinct group that continues to suffer hom, connected to those historic events. today. many of those affected feel a sense of shame about what happened and they're reluctant to talk about it even to their families. you would have just felt like you were trampled on in some way emotionally, spiritually, many, many ways. and i think that has been answered generational. the polynesian pent is welcome the apology, which have been campaigning for for decades. and they hope it will help people of the pacific islands move on. the al, sustain proud. because of who we are and achieve the very, very basic and simple goals for why we even came to this country. that's all we want. they also hope saying, sorry will help build trust between the island communities and the government and
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insure future generations feel secure in new zealand. even if the apology has taken nearly 15 years. wayne, hey, al jazeera auckland's more in everything we're covering right here. algebra dot com . there's plenty of analysis there that takes you behind the stories that we cover on the program. and then also my streaming there as well. ah, quite look at the main stories now and forest fires ravaging parts of southern turkey of killed 6 people to fire fighters died on saturday. officials say the fires is spread much farther this year with hot weather and strong winds, finding the flames entire force of bon down and villages. the nearby resorts had been evacuated, president russia type tuan declared.


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