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ah, pollen counting the cost, billions and losses, bankruptcy and bailouts. when will the airline industry recovery begin? washington has diminished influence in the last america. tesla becomes the 1st one trillion dollars also america, where other disruptors in the truck industry. counting the cost on al jazeera. ah, i believe 3 people are still deadens to dawn during mass protests against the military coup earlier this week. ah, i've been wrong calling this out 0 live from dell also coming up to grow and rebels . ethiopia, say they've taken control of the cases have jesse,
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but the government denies that. and the u. s. and e, you agree to live tariffs on steel and aluminum ending a years long trade dispute? running with m. c. a fuel shortage in china forces the 2nd largest economy to rush and diesel, and that threatening the global supply chain. ah . process incident against the military who have turned deadly. the doctor's committee says at least 3 people shot dead during demonstrations that brought out hundreds of thousands of people. the military used hair gas and blocked major roads. and they've been multiple reports of gunfire. hip morgan reports from hot him, ah, a protest that's been days into making thousands of people gather on the streets of her to demanding a return to transitional government. something they say was rub from them up in the
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military coup on monday, i learned no to now some of the we went to the street because we reject the military rule. and he reject authoritarianism and categorically reject all the behavior of the military council. and if now might be not one another than what log on, we want to toppled the security committee and bring it down. we don't trust these people. this is not their 1st coup. we need the world to know that the sudanese people are living under oppression and are being beaten. our voices are not listened to because there is no coverage and there is no internet. ah, they're risking a lot. days of protests in the capital letters treat to st. battles with the military and demonstrators killed. with the internet, cut off organizers used mosque flyers and graffiti to reach people. ah, the military also blocked the main road to the airport. the plant root of this march saturdays protests or match was tear gas and life ammunition. what is really concerning is the vast array of military. it's
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a charity actors that are on the streets. there are just incredible set also out of security sectors that now patrol the streets no sense that they are necessarily taking orders from a central spot. and i think that i know that diversity of different bills, rectors is really the worry ah, these demonstrators are demanding that prime minister, the lamb ducks cabinet be restored. it was toppled by general abdel for the helper hon. he also dissolved the sovereignty council established after the overthrow of omar bashir 2 years ago. some political parties have supported the cool o relationship a little. but hans, as he will hold elections in july 2023 and then hand power to the elected civilian government. but the takeover has provoked international condemnation. the u. n. n u . s. has called on the military not to intervene in the protest. regional and international acts as have been urging general han to reverse his school and with
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so the transitional government which he dissolved on monday, but many processes here. so even if that happens, it so falls short of their demands to completely hand over power to civilian rule. the people on how to toombs. 3, call it a power, grab and demand. return to a democratic process. he bal, morgan august 0 or 2 leaders of the world's 20 biggest economies are discussing the climate crisis code 19 and the global economy to summit in rome. on saturday, they agreed to introduce a global corporate tax aimed at stopping big business from hiding profits and getting covered vaccines to poor nations. adam rainy reports from rome. the g 20 summit began on saturday with a plea from the host of the gathering italian prime minister maria draggy. we must do all we can to overcome our differences and we must rekindle the spirit that lead to the creation of this group coming into the summit. leaders
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from the world. major economies agree to a minimum global corporate tax. a 15 percent meant to reduce abuse of off shore loopholes. the biggest issues though, are proving the most difficult. a covered 1900 vaccine equity, and taking effective action on the climate crisis. a draft statement from the group shows its struggling to get member countries to truly commit to capping global warming. at the $1.00 degree mark, a benchmark scientists have said is required to avoid disaster. and this comes just days before the climate change conference in glasgow. some key leaders opted to attend only via remote video chinese president. she, jim pang made only vague comments about china opening up further to the world that made no mention of china's role as a major global polluter. russian president vladimir putin had a more pointed request on vaccine recognition when russia sputnik cove in 1900 vaccine has not been approved for use by the u. s. or the european union,
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and hopes of reviving the iran nuclear deal. us president joe biden met on the sidelines with the leaders of the u. k. france and germany. they later issued a statement warning of the dangers of a nuclear capable iran. outside the security perimeter protestors gathered to call attention to various causes, thousands of protesters. some different groups have come out to the street here in rome on saturday. some are calling for action on the climate crisis and others are marching against capitalism. they all have one message. the net for world leader is global equity. climate change. now, we're marching today because we're asking for more concrete policies on climate change since the g 20 is happening right now in the summer. we'll continue on sunday. people will be watching closely to see if a closing group statement will go far enough and addressing climate change. adam, rainy algebra, rome,
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the organization for economic cooperation and development says, imposing a global corporate tax is a historic reform, and that will help countries fund the economic recoveries. what will happen here is that said, developing economies, we'll see significant increases in the revenue own own source revenue that would be able to generate on the back of those reforms. and in the end that people can say in the right should have been higher. this should have been different, you know, 80 percent of something is always better than the percent of nothing. and in the end, people can say it's not, it's not good enough. but sometimes we should never let the perfect biddy enemy of the good me think it is a very good performance, a historic reform, and it will deliver significant benefits to countries around the world, including any particular developing countries around the world. lauren's costly cough is a professor of economics, a boston university in the u. s. he explains who's going to be most affected by the tax. this will actually be good for low tax rate havens
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because they'll all be able to collectively raise their tax rate up to the 15 percent minimum and not have to compete with each other in his race to the bottom. so, you know, is it good for the, the countries? not necessarily because it should be less of incentive for companies to move outside. we'll say the u. s. or major or higher tax regions. we have all these countries have signed on, including tax savings. so there must be some benefits and one of the benefit is that they're not competing with each other. if you get my drift in and you're also going to be able to get more revenues, this still going to be lower tax is still going to be an incentive to operate. there are just won't be as big as it was. it's not an end. it's a termination of tax havens. i think this race of the bottom problem of operating in countries that have very low taxes to attract capital. that's been a problem for the big countries. and then the small,
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the tax havens are competing with each other. so, so they're not getting much revenue. so this is, i think, a win win. in general, it's not my ideal tax reform to tell you the truth, but it's, i think, better than what we have the united states, the european union have agreed to ease tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. the deal to resolve the trade dispute was announced that the g 20 summit under the agreement, the u. s. will allow certain metals from the you to enter duty free. the accord avoids e retaliatory measures on us products, which word used to go into effect in december for the present, donald trump introduced the special levies 3 years ago. now, phil laval joins us from washington, d. c r. what does president joe biden gal this? what does the us get out of this? oh, you got a lot of other the same, right? i mean, 1st of all, he's only well stage a show that america is back over for business. it's making friends again,
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it's moving away from that. isolation is the approach from the previous administration. also, as you said, helps them get away from most a you retaliate, retired site, would you to come in in a matter of weeks that we're going to double on all american products? things like bourbon whiskey, things like holiday with motor, like harley davidson motorcycles, which was not going to go down particularly well here domestically. one of the big things is it allows him to really show off just what the u. s. is doing in terms of climate change that we know the president biden has really made climate change. one of the big tenants of his presidency. he's got into the cop summit in a matter of days. and this gets, it gives him a chance to say we're working with europe, which is known for making clean vessels is where the china, which uses coal powered furnace is sweet tickets to show these things something to help the climate. and also it gives them the opportunity to show some presidential muscle against china. so a number of benefits for him. but in terms of what the deal actually entails, it hasn't been officially announced. what we've had is the sort of an announcement of an announcement that's coming. so
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a lot of it is just speculation or it's leaks at the moment the tariff is 25 percent on steel and it's 10 percent on our medium. now what we think for me indications is that it's going to move to a sort of sliding scale. so the higher the number of inputs, the high, the tax will be relative. there will be the sort of green zone at the bottom is kind of buffer zone where there is a certain amount that's allowed in without being taxed. we think that that will be around $3300000.00 tons. but again, the official announcement coming tomorrow from president biden, and live on the line. crucially, these metals have to be made within the use. they have to be what's called melted import. and not specifically to stop countries like china, like south korea and like russia making them, they're sending them to europe, adding a few finishing touches. and then setting me across saying that they were made in your but as i say, the full details coming and the coming out was phillip l. the live for us in washington dc. thank you very much. now rebels, if you have yes he good region say then now in full control of the strategic town of death in the neighboring m, our region,
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the government is contesting that claimed by the t great people's liberation. front fighting is now moved into a mora and a far regions off the rebels. re took control and t. great. in recent months. the conflict is now been going on for more than year. william davidson is a senior. if you're p analyst, the international crisis group, he explains why taking control defeat would be significant. i think it's important as it opens up the routes to and i just have about as another major sort of obstacle. so that's a great forces and it's also a large and significant hara, and also allows the to great forces, easy a passage to the east than perhaps to take control of the booty road, the main trade route. so it's important in those a special so a large psychological below this is 50 great forces to indeed take control of it. and i think they have a decent amount of control, but they're still fighting ongoing and, but it is part of the steady gains on the battlefield for the 2 great forces in
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july, we do not know whether they will face stiffer resistance on the other fronts. in the northwest, somehow right around, gone and these types of areas, but it does look like this is great for have a significant military ascendancy where that actually takes us in terms of the politics of the situation. i mean, of course, a whole other question yesterday, quite a significant further call to the people. they're not just the military to defend against. it's a great for to so you can see the scared of the threat. but other than those types of options, we have app how being used again, this is great over recent weeks, but that's not likely to have any significant military effect. so at some point, the federal government may have to look at the option of negotiations as the pressure increases because of the 2 great advance. as those aiden's in circle, airport security says at least 5 people have been killed and 30 injured, following a blast in southern yemen. a car bomb attack at the airport exploded near a security checkpoint close when i put hotels and still ahead all now does error
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a potential stand off in pakistan. suppose of a band political group threatened to march on the capital, but police are determined to stop them. and hunger and poverty are on the rise in argentina as the country faces massive debt and soaring insulation. ah, ah, look forward to brighter skies the winter sponsored my cattle airways. it is still not cold in mongolia on the northeast of china, 6 degrees in mclean, hobbin, but that is not really cold. there is rain develope in the northern part of the career potential, maybe stretching down toward soul. and that could kill around for a couple of days. it's not much does give a little bit of snow in land, but hobbins up to 8 and new lumber, 1008 as well. now in china where it should be dry,
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we've got more rain developing grungy unit and spreading eastwards. not a lot but some all the same the, some further west and jam. and you'll see a bit of rain just catching the edge of home shoemaking took you a wet monday. i suspect more significant radio showing it. so for the safe that we've had flooding around java recently and is more likely and the same is true throughout sumatra. once again. sorry, back on the western side of borneo is just the focus that heavy right in a moment. the still some in viet nam, not quite as heavy as it was in middleton, southern viet them. and with the monsoon trough, the southwest launch suit drove going south. you expect to see it be faced by the ne monsoon. it is doing that is even a circulation he might bring significant rain to town, but now to answer lanka. but there's more significant range for them as well as far west, surprisingly as go for the weather. sponsored by katara,
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always compelling journalism. we keeping our distance because it's actually quite dangerous ambulances and inspire program making. i still don't feel like i actually know enough about living under fascism was light. how much money did you make, but your role in my rent and late that al jazeera english crowd recipient of the new york festivals broadcaster of the year award for the 5th year running. ah ah, they're watching out, is there a reminder of our top stories? 3 people have been shot dead in sudan during nationwide protests against the
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military coup punches, thousands demonstrated in what's being described as the most significant challenge to military leaders since they seized power. earlier this week, a leaders of the world's top economies have agreed to introduce a global corporate tax for multinational companies. they're meeting in room for the g 20 summit, where they've also been discussing the climate crisis and coven 19. and the u. s. and e, you've agreed to ease tariffs on steel and alimony impulse the deal to resolve the trade dispute was announced that the g 20 summit under the agreement, the u. s. will allow certain metals from the you to enter duty free. am polls of opened in japan's general election as voters decide whether to keep the countries nearly appointed prime minister, the governing, liberal democratic party has been led by fumey okey shudder since he won a vote just weeks ago. a sluggish economy and croyt of ours recovery is expected to hit the parties, popularity, whether the l d p can keep its been charity is unclear. china has started rationing
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diesel. a nationwide energy sorted shortage has led to a surgeon demand for fuel and arise and prices, many truck drivers, so they're not able to compete complete long distance routes to deliver vital goods . katrina, you reports from beijing. these truck drivers are used to criss crossing china, driving hundreds of kilometers every day, but a nationwide shortage of diesel fuel has changed that. or you would go to the meal . i'm scared to leave beijing and dr. long distances, some petrol stations have run out of diesel fuel. the machines are closed. 2 days ago, i drove south to hope a province, and a man in pedo stations didn't have any. the shortage has been accompanied by a sharp rise and prices. since january, the cost of diesel here has increased by about 30 percent abyss petrol station customers limited to bite of $200.00 leases of diesel fuel. but outside the capitol
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. the supply problem is much, was with some truck drivers having to wait days to refuel. they have been long lines of vehicles at petrol stations and china's southern and eastern provinces. due to rationing, many drivers say they can only refuel for one days. journey, which means cross country deliveries are taking longer to arrive. china is in the middle of a palate crisis that is triggered blackouts. in many cities, shortages of coal and natural gas have led to a surge in diesel consumption. factories and businesses have turned to diesel power generated to maintain operations, draining supply. the 2nd reason is probably because a lot of these are, it's being re routed to the agriculture sector during this harvest season. i'm too busy, please. of course are green trying and to prepare for planting, winter cross. and on the, on the supply side, basically, the domestic supply for diesel has been going down because china has the us for
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a lot more diesel or to the rest. so to, to the rest of the world, some estimate china's diesel stock pals to be at the lowest level and at least a year environmental crackdown on crude oil production in some regions have worse than the shortage. the government has asked chinese refineries to increase production and imports, but this would be enough to contain the shortfall. experts warn that scarcity of diesel is likely to last for months and could worse and existing problems in the global supply chain. katrina, you out a 0 pitching supposed to the bank, political party and park his own have been halted in the march towards the capital, the purchases demanding the release of their detained leader promised a wrong con is expected to address the issue in a speech on sunday well, hi to has moved from islam de teddy gala bag boggart on protest. marjorie have been camped and the town or was either bod, situated on the banks of the river, j knob,
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about 190 kilometers from islamabad. a day, of course, are now waiting for the 8th grade member delegation, which was formed after the bucket on the prime minister. held a crucial round of dogs read from an ant religion needed from across the country and told them that there has to be a peaceful solution to this crisis. now it should be remembered that the margins have been deadening, that they will continue damage on islam about the government. on the other hand, saying that they've drawn a red line on the river to nob, that these protectors will not be allowed to cross that bridge. the 12 member committee, of course, is hopeful that the crisis will be diffused peacefully, but they also want to march, are there any forward movement would be tantamount for several dodging their talks . the situation indeed very critical, and the next 24 hours are going to be extremely important on how the government of enron con decker's. this particular issue in the apartment is sitting there under
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moody has met at the head of the roman catholic church and the vatican moody's in room for the g 20 summit. during the talks, he invited pope frances to visit india, which has an estimated $18000000.00 catholics, but they represent a small minority in the hindu majority nation. the focus of the g. 20 world, the focus of jesus, what he won't lead is will shift from rome to glasgow on monday, where a climate summit will get underway. the meeting has been described as a make or break moment for the planet. as rising temperatures continued to affect millions as flooding, super psalms and wall fires wreak havoc and it clock reports from glasgow to say there's a lot at stake here in glasgow. busy is an understatement, the science tells us what needs to be done, and we'll see in the whole, behind me over the next 2 weeks. if national leadership have what it takes to step up, the world is overheating and extreme weather is already hitting hard. and to demonstrate
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the importance of this conference, we returned to evian increase scene of those devastating wildfire in the summer weather still picking up the pieces sh. in early oldest with temperatures at unseen highs, wildfire ripped across southern europe. the land was parched and the fires quickly spread northern heavier in greece was a hardest hit inferno lawsuit for 2 weeks. thousands were evacuated today you can see what's left. the devastation in this area was total. people are well used to annual wildfires here, but not on this scale. not with this much last thousands of hector's of forest and livelihoods just incinerated. and because of the fires a new threat as the rain comes so do floods and mud slides defies. have destroyed the land, natural ability to withhold water to act as a flood defense system. the noun, periods of intense rain,
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the water just cascades of these hill sites. so they using the dead trees to shore the soil and the land intact. it is hard, exhausting work, but vital to preserve what's left and encourage regeneration of the forest. a big part of evy as far as the economy has been obliterated. cost as i own use, livelihood comes from his bees who make honey from the resin of pine trees or used to. i feel sad that this once green forest has been burnt, and i find it difficult to figure out what we'll do and how be keeping can continue to exist on ever. we will not be around when this forest is once again able to give us honey. so for us, our area has died. collecting pine reson was an important money owner for farmers like georgia's agnostic but not in the more. he also lost a fit of his goat, her to the fires. across the island, more animals died than survived. but the destruction was great for farmers,
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buildings were burnt, animals were lost, and grazing land has disappeared. in other words, what we had here was lost from many years, need to go by so that things can return to how they were helping people around the world to adapt to and mitigate against catastrophic events. like this is a big part of the climate conference in glasgow. so what a success at cock $26.00 looked like the science tells us we need to prevent temperature through rising beyond ideally one and a half degrees celsius. but the 2021 production gap report shows that current government plans will produce more than double the amount of fossil fuels required to make that happen. so in glasgow, we need a strong declaration. they commit to net 0 missions by 2050, as well as big reductions by 2030. this has been a seismic event that has changed lives perhaps for a generation, but the forest will come back because nature always does. if humanity allows it to
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nick clark, al jazeera, ever grease or right now, the omens here in glasgow and not good. just this week we heard that eva with the latest global commitments to cut emissions. we're still heading for 2.7 degrees celsius. and remember, the target is one and a half degrees and the $100000000000.00 a year promised by rich nations to developing countries by 2020. well, that won't arrive now until 2023. trust is a limited commodity here in glasgow and it will be a long, hard battle to reach the agreement. the world needs the you case prominence. he says he can't rule out taking legal action against france as a post briggs at fishing dispute continues. the rift got worse earlier this week when france sees they british vessel. paris is now threatening to block ports and increase checks on boats. and lori's, if the u. k doesn't grant more licenses to french fishes. the british government says that would put the you in breach of a trade agreement. and lebanon's horn minister says the government will not cut
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ties with arab nations, which are recalled ambassadors. the countries locked in a diplomatic dispute after it's information minister, criticize the saudi lead coalitions war in yemen, accusing read of aggression, the united arab emirates as the latest gulf country to recall as ambassador q 8, saudi arabia, bahrain have done the same. oman and guitar have called for a swift and peaceful resolution. argentina is due to make a payment on $45000000.00, a $1000000000.00 debts rather to the international monetary fund. but many in the country want to see a freeze on repayments because horizon hunger, poverty, and rampant inflation and new swan, the reports from what is aries? they q every weekday, outside the little star soup kitchen on the outskirts of when osiris ali to day were married and her neighbours arrived there was nothing left with them in their casino. a thank they dominique, which they were supposed to have cooked plenty, but a lot of people turned up and we were a bit late. but they gave us some packets of food which will cook at home.
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it's probably all they eat until the soup kitchen reopens, serving 70 families with food given mostly, but the local authorities, supervisor, marianna, blames inflation for the increase in hunger or the nutritional value of what they served, diminishes valuable, give up their last element every day. you go to the market and you'll find the price today is not the same as the price yesterday. it's very common. prices rose 3.5 percent in september. more than 50 percent over the past 12 months. isn't a good a more hello fresh. what we'd like is that people can buy what they need to know. they'll be able to eat nothing more. just the basics, the things we need to live a normal life. oh yeah. not a much over 40 percent of argentines. live in poverty, we're more than half of children under 14 years old. don't have enough to eat this
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for many as the last resort. the offer of a bowl of rice which will lock will contain something you tricia's to get them through the day. because inevitably, the fight just to keep going will continue to morrow. the government last week for the prices of 1400 essential items in the battle to control inflation. it is blighted argentina for generations. some, some people say erase between her wages and prices and other income like pensions. and in the meantime, you somehow are exposed to loss is burgess in power that then you can try to recover and even anticipate ah freed union. so regular protest calling for fair a wage is to keep pace with inflation. they said that should take priority over re paying argentina's debt to the international monetary fund. i just go, it's
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a scam and paying that debt is incompatible with ending poverty and destitution. o g t has historically volatile economy was hit hard by the cove at 19 pandemic. it's emerging from that catastrophe, only to have to deal with 2 of its traditional enemies. a massive debt burden and rampant inflation. dang schwein law out a 01 osiris ah . is out there and these are the top stories. 3 people have been shot, deadens who dawn during nationwide protests against the military coup. hundreds of thousands demonstrated in was being described as the most significant challenge to military leaders since they seized power earlier this week. rebels read here is t grey region say they control the town of dessie in the neighboring m, our region. the government denies that claim fighting has moved into a more and
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