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this is the news live from berlin travel bans from india in the us their company keeps posting record numbers of covert 19 cases in the us health care system is reaching breaking point many. is faced with mass from nations photos. coming up. germany faces the parliamentary inquiry on why she lobbied for a payments company just months before it collapsed in one of germany's biggest fraud .
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welcome to the program india has reported the world's highest daily count of new coronavirus cases for a 2nd straight day more than 330000 new infections were recorded in the last 24 hours that in response canada is banning all flights from both india and pakistan and the u.k. is also putting new restrictions on travel to and from india the unprecedented spike comes after coronavirus case numbers 1st rose to $100000.00 for day by last september then dropped off again through the winter experts say that new virus variants and recent super spread of gatherings contributed to the latest surge. yes mourning their loved ones who died at this hospital not from covert 19
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but from a fire that broke out while patients were sleeping the blaze was fueled by the oxygen so desperately needed to keep many 1000 patients alive 13 people died after the intensive care unit was engulfed in a ball of fire. unfortunately. unfortunately a major fire disaster happened at our hospital at about 3 am there was a sudden spark from the air conditioner and since there was additional oxygen in the i.c.u. it was completely overwhelmed within 2 minutes. india has reached a breaking point hospitals are turning away patients supplies are running out queues are hours long at testing and vaccination sites many walk away empty handed . the.
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volunteers are working around the clock to cremate and bury the dead. even if it is night to finish the last body because you know much of the body so that is the reason we want to finish although. several countries have imposed travel restrictions on india to keep the new variant from also overwhelming them. for on this story i'm now joined from dr jobs he's the founder and director of this chain of 13 hospitals across india just in our report we saw that doctors are scrambling for the basic necessities to care for their patients what can you tell us about the situation in your hospitals. well it's quite limited if you
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can see that it's not just. the tsunami in their. beds desperately short of oxygen essential medicines. patients. it's breaking out hearts with regard to anything i mean there are so many patients on the ordinary knowing that. they cannot find a way to anywhere. and we have no choice because oxygen is in such a short supply and the way to be used to getting losses of patients really do. you know. where the person. but in those cases usually it's not that you know you need or is an oxygen or an ice you we can treat them on . but this is different because every basin does need oxygen. i mean it's quite back. to
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you need you and other hospitals in similar circumstances right now what do you need and who can provide it. so 1st of all you need oxygen supplies assured options a place that in. getting to monitor oxygen is at the premium many people are black marketing as well but it's in short supply oxygen cylinders and oxygen and it saves . us and she'll make decisions. medicines which are normally so many essential insulated. we don't have any stocks. of stocks but even simple a.b.c. . so the 1st thing that we are asking is. by machines and oxygen supplies if it is possible. even the more dependable in the market at this moment are you actually asking for
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international help i mean i don't think i have the longest time to put it to actually inviting the government. to decide but i am sure the government is listening to us and if we can get the short supplies of walks in. life support machines then make decisions many more patients than now many of the patients. the hospitals they are nor different to get because of the shortage of these critical docs and supplies so what you're saying the oxygen supply is that in the country just not getting it is that correct. yeah just the issues there is lenders are short. some states have more options of life and some are very short so. the. engine works in some places but other parts of the. folks in some places well
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i think these are supplied engines because the demand is short unexpectedly almost and i'm the norm. i hope that sort of these issues are in the next couple of it right now it's a difficult position to be in. charge entirely thank you very much for your time thank you. have a look at some of the other stories making headlines around the world today u.s. president joe biden has pledged to cut u.s. carbon emissions in half by 2035 an announced the goal of the 2 day virtual climate summit at the white house 40 countries are taking part china and russia have also to cooperate on climate protections more indonesian navy ships have joined the search for a missing submarine the last vessel has 53 crewmembers on board and officials say oxygen is due to run out early on saturday search efforts are now focused on
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a highly magnetic object discovered near bali though it's feared it may be too deep to reach. the pin violence between israelis and palestinians outside jerusalem's old city of the protesters were barred from areas where muslim muslims gather for ramadan israeli police put up barricades and use stun grenades to disperse crowds the far right jewish chances of slogans on both prevented from marching to the end. akhil is facing questions today over one of germany's largest corporate scandals the chancellor is testifying before a parliamentary committee investigating the collapse of payment processing company why a card lawmakers want to know why medical continues to promote the german company abroad despite multiple allegations of wrongdoing here is marks the climax of a public inquiry into the company's white house downfall has tainted germany's
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reputation for following rules and it has exposed questionable ties between politics and business it also prompted several resignations and criminal investigation. for all this we're joined by. chief political editor michelle tell us what merkel told the investigative committee this morning. yes she was very much on the defensive and the big question of course was why did she raise why a card when she was in china in september 29000 months after the financial times had reported on wire card not being sound a lot of money potentially missing there and she explained this simply by saying that this fits into an overarching policy that germany had and has which is opening up the chinese market allowing for access particularly on the financial sector and why a card was seen as
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a potential candidate to deliver exactly that and to allow for cross border payments directly into china so she said that she was following the advice of her own advisors who also were criticized here. quite clearly also defending one of her key advisers mr. wife allegedly also had some business dealings in china so compliance issues were raised as well it was quite historic moment really because i'm going to machall was very much on the defensive here. so what this means for angela marco especially for her legacy she says she's not going to be. longer. well it could leave a huge question mark hanging over what it meant to have access to have because one of the former ministers to it's a good back the former defense minister spoke with her personally just before she
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traveled to china 2019 and that issue was raised she denies that this immediately led to her taking on the whole wire card issue that this was something that came from the advisers who really were much more knowledgeable on the substance matter but it could at the very least leave a question mark hanging over her legacy and the question of access in compliance what is has already sparked is an overhaul of these financial watchdog the bow if in and there are also questions about how independently it acted and whether it was really fit to do what it's supposed to do which is preventing these kind of incidents like the wire card failure with. chief political ads i thank you so much hundreds of mourners have joined the funeral of dante wright's the 20 year old black man who was shot dead by police during
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a traffic stop earlier this month near minneapolis is funeral comes 2 days out the former police officer darryl was convicted of murdering george floyd in the same city the officer who fatally shot right has been charged with manslaughter she says she accidentally confused her gun with her taser dante right right. i grief was paired with defiance as mourners gathered to pay their respects to dante wright wright's family was joined by the families of george floyd and other black victims who lost their lives at the hands of police. video the emotional words of rights mother that were running through there and you . we. did the.
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we need to. give you the truth. you may want to. be the we. were also in attendance were civil rights activists jesse jackson and there were at friend al sharpton. sharpton the eulogy decried police brutality in a reference to the air freshener that writes mother said he was pulled over for having on his rearview mirror. which ran to get to stitch least brutality out of the atmosphere we tried to get the stooge over a sense of. mystery we're trying to get that stretch of racial profiling out of the atmosphere we card mementoes photo as air fresheners cause yeah
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it's true all the routes for us to bring we carry bring in your stink and no more. you know he went on to profess that dante writes death would not be a death in vain and that the fight for real change must go on there will be no peace without justice he said he. has the body of dante wright is laid to rest black lives matter protests against racial injustice continue across the country. before we go here's a come from behind win on the running track and when you have never seen before. happened in the u.s. state of judah the goals fall by 200 meter relay seemed to be an easy win for the holmes pool but out of the crowd and holly the hounds tearing down the
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track across the finish line 1st on the run with out of 11 tom she did get a prize for the crowd pleasing sprint. that's it from me for now rebecca rivers will have an update for you at the top of the armed guard office as well. and you hear me now yes we can hear you and how last year's german sunflower uncle a man called and he had never caught her surprise himself but was it is possible christmas cool really what moves her and want. to see people follow through on the way maurice and critics write join us for metals last august.


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