this is bbc news with the latest headlines for viewers in the uk and around the world. england lead against ukraine, as the two sides battle it out for a place in semi—finals of the euros. the winners of that game will play demark — who earlier made it through to their first euro semi—final in 25 years after victory against czech republic. tens of thousands of brazilian protesters call for president bolsonaro to resign over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic. at least two bodies have been found and around 20 people remain missing injapan, after a landslide sent mud cascading down a hillside, smashing into homes and sweeping away cars. and the sexism row in ukraine — criticism as women soldiers parade
hundreds of supermarkets in sweden are forced to close after a cyber attack. and the sexism row in ukraine — criticism as women soldiers parade in high—heeled shoes. hello and welcome if you're watching in the uk or around the world. millions of football fans around the world are following their team's fortunes in the quarter finals of euro 2020. england are just starting the second half in their clash with ukraine at the stadio olimpico in rome. england captain harry kane scored in the fourth minute to put his side ahead. it's still 1-0. the winners of that game will play denmark, who are celebrating after beating the czech republic 2—1 in baku. now let's speak
to our reporter greg mckenzie who's at a bar with england fans in london. i fans in london. guess quite an upbeat atmosphere there? i guess quite an upbeat atmosphere there? the atmosphere has been incredible. now, when the england captain scored that goal four minutes in, i mean they were beer cups going in the air, people were screaming, jumping forjoy, really. if england winds against ukraine, they go on to the semifinals next week. now, as for ukraine, they've gone into game as the underdogs, 24th, but many fans are saying england cannot become complacent. this game is too important. first half, so this game is too important. first half. so far— this game is too important. first half, so far so _ this game is too important. first half, so far so good? _ this game is too important. first half, so far so good? i _ this game is too important. f "st half, so far so good? i have three words for you. amazing performance. it's coming home! it's coming home!
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tens of thousands of people in cities across brazil have been protesting against the government of presidentjair bolsonaro, calling for his resignation over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic. the demonstrations were triggered by recent allegations of corruption involving the purchase of vaccines by the health ministry. mr bolsonaro denies any wrongdoing. iamjoined by i am joined by a reporterfrom bbc brazil. you were at the protest earlier, give us a sense of what they were like, what was the atmosphere, what was the mood light? i'm back from the protest here in sao paulo. itjust started about two hours ago so it is still picking up. it is very vibrant and very full of people. the audience is quite different from the pro bolsonaro protest that we have seen recently, which one mostly middle—aged and elderly people. this was quite a
young audience that is joining this protest. people are very filled by the recent denouncement and talk of corruption and the protests are about the vaccine. the corruption scandal that has been going on this week. �* ., , scandal that has been going on this week. �* . , ., , , week. and what is that issue surrounding _ week. and what is that issue surrounding the _ week. and what is that issue surrounding the health - week. and what is that issue - surrounding the health ministry's purchase of the vaccines? why is it so controversial. 50. purchase of the vaccines? why is it so controversial.— so controversial. so, it seems that there were — so controversial. so, it seems that there were some _ so controversial. so, it seems that there were some bribes _ so controversial. so, it seems that there were some bribes involved i so controversial. so, it seems that| there were some bribes involved in there were some bribes involved in the purchase of the indian vaccine, it was quite an unusual purchase because the contract was closed very fast, compared to contract such as
pfizer of the oxford vaccines which are of course way better known vaccines. so, that contract was closed way faster and for a higher price. it seems they have been some bribery involved, someone very close to the president himself, that is why it is so scandalous. ﬁnd to the president himself, that is why it is so scandalous.- why it is so scandalous. and as thins why it is so scandalous. and as things stand. _ why it is so scandalous. and as things stand, the _ why it is so scandalous. and as things stand, the president - why it is so scandalous. and as| things stand, the president and why it is so scandalous. and as - things stand, the president and the government deny any wrongdoing. he: denies any wrongdoing but just denies any wrongdoing butjust friday, yesterday, an investigation on him himself is being initiated because he might have incurred a crime by not telling the authorities when she got to know that there was something wrong with the purchase. because he is a public officer, there is a law that stands that he should have told the police and called for an investigation when he
got to know there was something wrong. because he didn't do that, he might be considered to have participated in a crime and that is just started being investigated on friday. just started being investigated on frida . :, ~ just started being investigated on frida . ., ,, , . ., friday. 0k, thank you very much for “oininr friday. 0k, thank you very much for joining us- — let's get some of the day s other news now. south africa's health regulatory body has approved the use of the chinese coronavirus vaccine known as sinovac. this comes as the continent's worst hit country faces what officials have called a devastating third wave of infections. so far only three million people have been vaccinated out of the country's total population of almost 60 million. hundreds of road blocks and check points have been set up by police on the indonesian islands of java and bali to enforce new coronavirus lockdown restrictions. a recent surge in infections has left the health system struggling to cope. more than 21,000 officers and military personnel were being deployed to ensure public compliance. cardinal angelo becciu has become
the highest—ranked priest in the vatican to be indicted over alleged financial crimes. a judge in the vatican ordered the cardinal and nine others to stand trial on charges of embezzlement, money—laundering, fraud, extortion and abuse of office. they include his former secretary and the former heads of the vatican's financial intelligence unit. cardinal becciu has denied wrongdoing. two bodies have been found after a powerful mudslide hit the japanese city of atami. around 20 people are still missing. the city is southwest of tokyo, in shizuoka prefecture and is a popular hot—spring resort. it's had more rainfall in the first three days ofjuly than it usually sees in the whole month. sodaba haidare reports. this is the aftermath of the mudslide in the city of atami. knocking down and crushing homes
and sweeping away cars. officials say the mudslide struck at 10:30am local time, leaving thousands of houses without power. atami is known for its hot springs and holiday resorts. it is in the same region as the famous mount fuji, which usually attracts over a million visitors every year, but there are fear tourism already affected by the coronavirus pandemic could be further impacted. atami is a favourite place not even for people from shizuoka but people from tokyo and kanagawa and chiba, in the tokyo area. so basically, it is going to give out a lot of negative connotation and fear which means that psychological negativity will bear possibly a further hit on the already burdened tourist industry in the eastern part of shizuoka which is in atami.
the region has seen heavy rains and flooding since friday. japan's prime minister is putting together an emergency task force while rescue workers on the ground are still searching for the missing. residents in parts of three prefectures, shizuoka, kanagawa and chiba, have been ordered to evacuate following warnings of further flooding in low—lying areas. japan is prone to mudslides and flooding during its annual rainy season, but the heavy rainfall is getting more intense and destructive each year which has been linked to climate change. dozens of people were killed in flooding in july last year, with more than 200 dying in 2018 when parts of western japan were inundated by bad weather. sodaba hadaire, bbc news. the canadian military is on standby to help evacuate towns
and fight more than 170 wildfires fueled by a record—smashing heat wave and tinder—dry conditions as the government in ottawa warned of a "long and challenging summer" ahead. at least 177 fires were active in the western province of british columbia, 76 of them sparked in the last two days, officials said. most were caused by intense lightning storms. canadian documentary film—maker, and reporter, brandy yan—chick updated us on the situation. in alberta, there is still a heat warning. it is hot here. i've been living in my basement for a week. people don't have air conditioning units. most people. so they've covered their windows, they are using fans, it is a very challenging situation for us because we are used to the cold, to be honest with you, and we are not used to these high temperatures. it is a very challenging time for those who are living on the streets, who are homeless, and people are volunteering, giving out water and pizza,
and also the city of edmonton has opened recreation centres, libraries, places for people to cool down in air conditioning. and in terms of the fires, we are seeing pictures now ofjust one of them, and the intense smoke that is billowing across large parts of canada, and ijust wonder how bad things are, in terms of those fires, where you are. have you heard anything about that? so, at the moment, everyone is concentrating on british columbia because there are all these active fires that are happening there. different communities are being evacuated. in edmonton, what is happening in is the safety minister has announced there will be a basic set up here so that firefighters can have a place to have a bit of relief, there can be aviation resources available, and if there are more people who have to be evacuated,
they would come to edmonton, which is in alberta, the province decide. it is a very scary time for people in british columbia. i know friends are watching the news and trying to see how close these fires are coming to their communities. kamloops has been evacuated and they can go home. it is a very scary time in alberta. it is possible, i mean, it is very dry here, that we could also have forest fires which we have had in the past. and in terms of the military efforts, what more do we know about what they will be doing and how that will help? so, there are about 350 military personnel who have been deployed to help fight the forest fires. they are going to be here this summer because this is not just a one—time thing. i know we have had this heatwave but this is going to be a very challenging summer and conditions are dry so if there is a lightning storm and lightning hits a bunch of grass, i mean, it is like hitting a match, right?
it's awful. so, 350 military personnel are being deployed. we have the space in edmonton where people will be able to be evacuated to and aviation resources are being made available. and the government of canada has said that they are going to help out and give as many resources as possible to this situation, which is very scary. imagine, you have a house, and itjust burns to the ground, and you have to evacuate. it is just awful. in the us state of florida, officials are bringing forward plans to demolish the remains of a building that collapsed just over a week ago, killing at least 2a people. an approaching tropical storm is forecast to hit the miami beach area late on sunday night. there are fears it could bring down what remains of the twelve—storey building, putting rescue workers at risk. two more bodies were found in the rubble overnight — 124 people are still missing.
the storm has already lashed parts of barbados and it has prompted the authorities in haiti to order people to leave their homes. haiti is particularly vulnerable to flooding and landslides because of heavy deforestation. the headlines on bbc news... england lead against ukraine, as the two sides battle it out for a place in semi—finals of the euros the winners of that game will play demark — who earlier made it through to their first euro semi—final in 25 years after victory against czech republic. the initial thinking about the ransomware attack, joe biden says
they think it was not the russian government but they are not sure. check out began crashing on friday evening. the height —— the hack first targeted a florida —based it company kaseya. kaseya is urging customers to use its data visualisation tool to immediately shut down their servers. 0ur cyber reporter explains how severe the attack is. i reporter explains how severe the attack is. ~ :, , reporter explains how severe the attack is. ~ ., , , ., attack is. i think many people would be unfamiliar— attack is. i think many people would be unfamiliar with _ attack is. i think many people would be unfamiliar with the _ attack is. i think many people would be unfamiliar with the name - attack is. i think many people would be unfamiliar with the name kaseya| be unfamiliar with the name kaseya but it is one of these companies that actually is massive and it is used by lots of other companies around the world and that is why this is so serious because it usually ransomware attack involves hackers gaining access to a computer system and they can take weeks or months to gain access to that system and then when they are ready, they will encrypt the network and take over and hijack the system and then demanded payment from the victim. in
this case, they have gone after kaseya and they have effectively taken victims of their entire supply chain. there is a figure going around at the moment by this cybersecurity company that seems to be a top of the situation, huntress labs, but says around 200 companies that use kaseya have been affected by it. it is normally one of the stories that is a big deal and a bit concerned but now we are seeing a company that everyone does know and thatis company that everyone does know and that is co—op, a massive company in europe, in the uk, and a massive play in sweden, in terms of supermarkets there, something like 20% of all food sold in supermarkets in sweden is done through the co—op and now we are seeing that the co—op, even though it doesn't use kaseya directly, it uses a company that uses kaseya, they have had to close around 500 of their stores in the country and that is a massive impact on not only the company but also people trying to buy their groceries. also people trying to buy their aroceries. : , ., also people trying to buy their groceries-— also people trying to buy their aroceries. : , ., ., , , groceries. any idea who is behind the attack? _
groceries. any idea who is behind the attack? yes, _ groceries. any idea who is behind the attack? yes, strong - groceries. any idea who is behind l the attack? yes, strong indications are coming — the attack? yes, strong indications are coming from _ the attack? yes, strong indications are coming from huntress - the attack? yes, strong indications are coming from huntress labs, i the attack? yes, strong indications. are coming from huntress labs, and of course, this isn't a sort of national authority, this is only one cybersecurity firm but they are pointing in the direction of a cyber criminal gang which uses a piece of malware, ransomware, and they are no tory is. they are the same company that held trevor lex, the foreign exchange company, to ransom back in 2019 and caused huge amounts of problems for that company, cost them millions in reported ransoms. and then there was a big hit against a resilient meat supplier that affected meat supplies in the us last month and the company, jb s, admitted to paying the criminals $11 million to get out of the situation so it looks like there could be holding not only kaseya but a whole chain of different companies to ransom for potentially millions of
dollars. the supermarket morrisons has agreed a takeover deal worth six—point—three billion pounds. the bid is from a new company backed by three private investment groups, including the american owner of majestic wine. last month the chain rejected an offer of £5.5 billion from a different firm saying it significantly undervalued the business. a stockbroker told me the supermarket is seen as an attractive prospect. supermarket is seen as an attractive --rosect. , , : prospect. they will feel the price is too low and _ prospect. they will feel the price is too low and there _ prospect. they will feel the price is too low and there is _ prospect. they will feel the price is too low and there is value i prospect. they will feel the price is too low and there is value to l is too low and there is value to have. it is a good business model, and the shares have done very very little for the last five years so i
think they will genuinely think they are getting a bargain.— are getting a bargain. morrisons owns most _ are getting a bargain. morrisons owns most of — are getting a bargain. morrisons owns most of its _ are getting a bargain. morrisons owns most of its sites _ are getting a bargain. morrisons owns most of its sites so i are getting a bargain. morrisons owns most of its sites so would | are getting a bargain. morrisons| owns most of its sites so would a new owner look to sell some and release some back. fortress says it is not anticipating to do that. it has made a commitment on things like staff, pay and suppliers. it is understood these commitments, which indicate no major changes, were significant factors in the supermarket�*s board recommending the offer. supermarket's board recommending the offer. ., , , supermarket's board recommending the offer. ., ,, , ., supermarket's board recommending the offer. ., ., ., offer. fortress is really going out offer. fortress is really going out of its way to _ offer. fortress is really going out of its way to emphasise - offer. fortress is really going out of its way to emphasise a i offer. fortress is really going out. of its way to emphasise a different approach from private equity, a long—term backing for the existing strategy. to reassure the market and reassure customers and colleagues that basically this doesn't mean a lot of change, it really doesn't. morrisons shareholders will eventually have the final say on the takeover bid. but the competitive grocery sector is changing, pandemic spread out the shift to online shopping and delivery, some investors clearly feel there are potentially lucrative opportunities to be had.
scientists at the university of essex are working on a solution for one of the largest and most complex environmental problems facing the country. the uk has nearly five million tonnes of nuclear waste to dispose of, but the job is so difficult and dangerous that it would take humans 120 years to complete. the scientists are designing a new generation of robots capable of working in some of the most radioactive places on the planet. here s our science correspondent richard westcott. there is enough nuclear waste in britain to fill wembley stadium. some of it has lain untouched in waterfor decades. if humans cleared it up, it would take 120 years. so scientists are developing a new generation of intelligent robots to help out. their circuit boards will need to withstand huge levels of radiation, so they are testing them in this special room. the entrance is this one and a half tonne steel and polythene door, which you just pull like that and get out of the way and then
ijust have to stop the momentum so it does not bounce too much. it is pretty heavy. then we go into the room, i have the geiger counter, but it is very safe, the room is not being used at the moment. you can hear there is no radiation anywhere. when you come in, there is this blue door here. that will open and a beam fires one and half billion times the normal number of neutrons at whatever you put in its path. what that does is recreate really high levels of radiation. let's see what is here. there will be a few blips because it is just background radiation. richard, i have one of our robots here that is carrying one of our processor boards. it has brought us a little present, hasn't it? for experiments. and what you can see here is a processor board that we have used for these experiments here which we have blasted with radiation and even though it looks perfectly fine, it does not work any more because the circuits have been damaged by radiation.
so at the moment, from nuclear decommissioning and processing of nuclear waste, this is mainly done by human operators who have to wear protective clothing and it takes about five to six hours to go and get these protective clothes on and they then have to travel to to the site where they undertake the work for another hour or so, undertake the work for two hours and afterwards they have to come back and get undressed. one of the benefits of using robotic solutions for that is that they do not have to go in these protective clothings, they are in the environment all the time. they can work 2a hours, seven days a week. here is the room in action. the white dots are radiation damaging the camera's electronics. building tougher electronics could also help protect our technology from naturally occurring cosmic radiation. it has become a modern problem, because electronics are getting smaller, it is getting faster, it is doing more, and that means that it is getting more interfered with by these particles. so things like driverless cars, electric vehicles, internet technologies, modern electronic systems, a! systems, machine learning systems, almost anything you can think
of in our modern electronic world is being interfered with by these particles. clearing up our old nuclear waste is one of the most complex and expensive environmental challenges facing the country. building robots to work where humans can't survive is key to solving the problem. richard westcott, bbc news, the rutherford appleton laboratory in 0xfordshire. ukraine army have been expected to parade in high heels and this has caused outrage. many soldiers are not impressed. the caused outrage. many soldiers are not impressed-— caused outrage. many soldiers are not imressed. :, , , not impressed. the most interesting, im ortant not impressed. the most interesting, important reactions _ not impressed. the most interesting, important reactions in _ not impressed. the most interesting,
important reactions in this _ not impressed. the most interesting, important reactions in this case i not impressed. the most interesting, important reactions in this case are i important reactions in this case are the opinions of the female officers who fought on the front line, who served in the army or who now work in the army. i spoke to some of them and they told me that for them, it is humiliating. despite all these formal explanations of the defence ministry, which even posted the pictures of the other army parades in their social media accounts to prove that other army also sometimes ask that women to wear these high—heeled shoes, but despite all these arguments and reasons and explanations, they think that they shouldn't be, you know, distinguished in this particular way in official ceremonies. maybe, the
big significance is the women in eastern ukraine, that they are equals, often two men in the battlefield.— equals, often two men in the battlefield. , , “ , g , battlefield. this is bbc news. just brin . in . battlefield. this is bbc news. just bringing you _ battlefield. this is bbc news. just bringing you an — battlefield. this is bbc news. just bringing you an update _ battlefield. this is bbc news. just bringing you an update on - battlefield. this is bbc news. just bringing you an update on the i bringing you an update on the football score. you may remember when we started this bulletin, the score was 1—0 to england. in the last 26 minutes, they have made it 4-0. last 26 minutes, they have made it 4—0. time now for a look at the weather. we have seen lots of showers today. big cards like these on the horizon. the gardens of stratford—upon—avon are wet. we have showers pretty well
across the uk, then art is looking ones are working their way in the south—west. particularly in bristol and this batch in the midlands look nasty as well. showers will be working into northern ireland, they will be moving northwards across scotland and later in the night, we will see another batch of storms pushing into parts of the south of both england and wales as well. it is a mild night, 12 to 15 degrees, they will be some low cloud developing as a mist and fog patches as well so it is meant for sunday morning, it be quite a great start to the day. the plan thing and break up, we will get some sunny spells through and into the afternoon, the showers become really widespread again, heavy and thundery, the heaviest downpours capable of bringing something like 20 to 30 millimetres of rain in the space of just one hour, hence the risk of some further localised flooding issues. temperature is a bit below par but there will be some dry weather between the showers and in the sunshine it won't feel too bad, it won't be raining all day. monday and tuesday, we have an area of low
pressure pushing northwards across the country, we have more rain in the country, we have more rain in the way. rain to start off with in scotland, slowly edging its way northwards through the day, a dry slice of weather but rain returns to the south—west and this rain will be accompanied by strengthening winds as it begins to work its way in. temperatures still bit below par for july but in the brighter moments, not feeling too bad. monday night, the wind is strengthened further, gales around the coast of england, and tuesday, the rain will continue its journey in across northern england, gales working to the south—eastern coast of england so very windy here, and lots of showers following the main rain band throw. so, it is another unsettled kind of day, temperatures for the most part staying just into the upper teens, rather than the low 20s. the rain were clear out of the way, followed by a few showers, the weather settles down a job at later in the week. —— a little bit later in the week.
hello this is bbc news. the headlines... england's lead against ukraine 4—0 as the two sides that laid out for a place in the semi finals of the euros. the winners of that game will play denmark, who earlier made it through to theirfirst play denmark, who earlier made it through to their first year a semi final in 25 years after victory against the czech republic. the supermarket chain morrisons except a multi—billion pound takeover bid by us investment group led by the owner of majestic wine. britain's maine doctors union urges the government to keep some measures in place after the 19th ofjuly when all covid restrictions are due to be removed. at least two bodies have been found in around 20 people remain missing in around 20 people remain missing injapan aftera in around 20 people remain missing injapan after a landslide send mud to cascading down a hell smashing into homes and sweeping away cars.