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ah, ah ah, was who's this is the w news. why? from berlin tonight, the u. k. prime minister tells his country we have to learn to live with the corona virus. despite wising numbers of new cases, boris johnson announces that the last and demick restrictions will be lifted this month. also coming up tonight more than a 100 children go missing after government attack of school with my gerry, a teachers fear a criminal gang has kidnapped their pupils and turkey's infrastructure divide president air to one says a new canal through them. both will be good for business,
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but the mayor insist it's a threat to the whole city. and an indigenous leader in chile is about to start drawing up a new national constitution. her people hope that it will bring them new, legal and cultural rights, but not everyone is happy. ah, i bring golf is good to have you with us despite rising numbers of new corona, virus cases. in the u. k. the last pandemic restrictions there will soon be history . today, british prime minister boris johnson, laid out a 5 step plan for britain to emerge on july 19th from the toughest restrictions imposed on society their since board. more to this includes scrapping rules on mask wearing and social distancing. many people, however, are not convinced. 24000 new cases of the virus are reported on sunday. that's the
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highly daily total since february, yet johnson insist now is the right time to live restrictions. we have to balance the risks, the risks of the disease, which the vaccines have reduced, but very far from eliminated. and the risk of continuing with the legally enforced restrictions that inevitably take that toe on people's lives and livelihoods on, on people's health and mental health. and we must be honest with ourselves that if we can't reopen our society in the next few weeks when we will be helped by the arrival of summer and by the school, holidays, and massage ourselves. when will we be able to return to normal? yes, a bores johnson says now is the time for his country to return to normal. let's go over to london l d w start just until she's been following days development. speaking to you, charlotte. so 2 weeks from now,
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hundreds of guidelines are going to be scrapped at once. walk us through this new normal, that bores johnson is envisioning for the country really huge changes for the british public k, which has been living under the tough restrictions for one month. now moving away from legal limits, legal rules on how the public conduct and so big changes here. the real crux of it is that the public is being off to make the. 2 right, decision to take some, their own responsibility for the way they act, not the top down approach from the government. instead, some personal responsibility here. and you'll see not for example, with the fact that face masks the legal obligation to west face knocked in public places indoors. will be listed and how big is being off to use that discretion on that? that's something that is going to be room for a huge amount of control with the very mix opinion on that rule in particular. but
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you're also saying no more limits on social contact, contact the, the indoors or outdoors like remaining businesses like night clubs will now be allowed to open this of course, all happening in conjunction with the you k hd vaccination campaign. now what you see the public care has been warned very clearly is a continued rise in cases in the prime minister, even warned that k through could go from around the 20000 range where they all now days up to 50000 today by july 19th, very clear that there will be consequences and there will be a rise in hope that helps hospitalizations and dec. yeah, scientists are warning not to get carried away with lifting restrictions, but that's exactly what appear appears. boars johnson is doing if he ignoring their advice a number of scientists do feel like this
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is a tricky decision to make. at this stage when you are seeing cases rising. so sharply had driven by the delta barion, which we know is more transmitted, transmissible is dominant. here are all warnings that now is not the time to really open the door. that now is the time to be a being to remain cautious, given not rising cases. font, the prime minister has said that what we're not seeing is a real direct link between the rising cases and the rise in hospitalization and death. he says that link has been weakened by the u. k. nation program. we know some 80 percent of people have had about 63 percent. you've had a 2nd dose and he of the question as you had not a sound by that, if not now, then when control the prime minister says that we have to learn to live with this virus. now, what does he mean that the virus will become endemic?
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like the flu virus is yeah, politicians hes been saying that for several days now in essence bracing the public for this announcement that we will have to learn to live with this. again, he stressed in the press conference today that isn't something that is going to go away, but a lot of scientists writing caution on any comparisons to the same happens among cities. it is very different and in terms of the consequences, it can be very different. but indeed, the prime minister stressing again today that this is not something that is going to go away, that you will continue to see cases very far in the future. he said ok, do you ever use charlotte johnson feel? but the latest tonight from one to charlie, as always, thank you. before the reopening the cable host the rest of the european football championship, each of the 3 matches that to play will draw the $60000.00 fans to london,
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wembley stadium. there's concerns that the games will become super spread or events . scientists say the tournament is already driving an increase in infections, and nearly 2 thirds, 2 thirds of europeans remain unvaccinated. the joy of euro 2020, summed up by scotland fans, they will you forage when their team under points against our drive in england at wembley. the tournament came to an end soon after. and there was another thing in the tail cove it outbreak on and off the pitch scotlands midfielder, billy gilmore tested positive, forcing him into quarantine, a post game, chatman, england, ben, chill, well, and mason mount also had to isolate even more worryingly. it was later revealed almost 1300 scottish fans were infectious. when they went to london, the world health organization said supportive, traveling to gain is a recipe for disaster. how are people getting the other traveling in large,
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crowded convoys of buses? are they taking individual measures when they're doing that? what's happening after the games, when people leave the stadiums, are they going into a crowded balls and pugs to watch the matches? if this mixing is happening among people who are not fully vaccinated, and there is the presence of the virus that will be cases. this problem isn't restricted to the case finish authority say at least 300 fans were infected while following their national team. mostly at the 2 matches in st. petersburg. that's contributed to a sharp rise in new cases at home. but despite these connections between euro 2020 and cove, it outbreaks you wafer is pressing ahead with increased stadium capacity for the semi finals and final, at wembley. and politicians in several countries are furious. german interior minister horse, the whole accused,
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the governing body of putting profits over public health. issue to think that your wife is position is utterly irresponsible. absolute for and for them close introvert. association say clearly, we don't want it. this way, we're reducing the numbers of spectators at wembley on sunday, one group of fans will be celebrating their country's great sporting success. but without further restrictions in london, fears of a coven hangover will only rise. what school is out as summer holidays start from millions of children across europe. what downs mean that many kids have not had regular schooling for more than a year. so what happens when the summer ends teachers and parents worry that students will face an uphill struggle getting back on track here in germany? some volunteers are helping children to catch up 8 year old aia has been looking forward to the summer holidays for weeks. her last year at school has been
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difficult because she's hardly been there since the pandemic. like most children in germany, i have been learning at home. she's only recently been back in the classroom. so sometimes you miss school and you wish she could go. i've miss my friends and the teachers from the german government estimates the pandemic has left up to a quarter of pupils for serious learning deficit. i've been lucky to have some extra support. she's been trying to keep up with school work with the help of a volunteer shooter. susanna has been working with i for 2 years visiting once a week was part of the volunteering project here in berlin. with the lockdown, they had to shift that tutoring sessions on line today. the finally meeting in person again for the 1st time in months and so on as keen to help get back on track presents not forgiven cc, but i think shooting in person is so much better than trying to do it online. and
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the same goes to schooling, and then i'm sure will be able to pick up from the level i is that now with her learning and the last on point and the my father's about it. but unfortunately, i'm also sure there's quite a lot to catch up on when it comes to basic skills can come like reading, writing, and listening on her 1st. and i now get here. i came to germany from lebanon 3 years ago. they've settled in well, but maintaining language skills without being at school can be a challenge. almost 40 percent of kids in germany have what's called a migration background, which means they are at least one of their parents was not born in germany. x, but say the loss of learning during the pandemic because impacted these children, especially there are concerns the attainment gap between them and their peers is widens and they'll have even more to catch up on next year. we bought move some
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things to our new classroom. thank if you already missed some things in junior classroom. wow, that's nice. so this are you looking for a 4th grade class with a few think it'll be hard because there are so many assignments in time as well as going through i as homework before the pandemic, the pat often did activities together like going, swimming or playing at the pot x 3, it's very important for kids with the migration background to have someone who can nurture them individually. someone who can be there for them and listen to them on and, and also a culturally could change and which is always helpful. ms. new shot of germany government is allocated to 1000000000 euros to address the gaps in learning for kids across the country. it's going towards initiatives like holiday courses and tutoring at this partnership. so that's something that can make
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a big difference. or let's take a look. now some of the other stories that are making headlines around the world, rescuers have found another 3 victims in the rubble of the collapse condominium. high rise near miami 27 people are now confirmed dead with a 118 still missing. earlier wrecking crews broke down the remains of the unstable structure in a controlled explosion. a maritime rescue charity says it has witnessed the libyan coast guard, setting fire to wooden boats used by migrants trying to cross the mediterranean to reach europe. the charity as a west mediterranean says the coast guard burn the after intercepting them over the weekend was not more than 100. children have gone missing. after armed men attacked a school in north west nigeria. police say the gunman shot wildly and overpowered. security guards at the bethel baptist high school. missing children are thought to have been kidnapped around 1000 students, had been abducted in nigeria since december. i for more on this story. let's go
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to our west africa correspondent, fred verna. he joins us now from la, goes could even to you french. what more do we know about this apparent latest kidnapping? well, this is the key to not being, as you mentioned, day to do not more than 140 students protest on chat christian story school and they overpower, the party said that they overpowered the security around the school and then they went ahead to more than 140 students in that school. but before that they also attacked a horse between this same state of could do now where they do not head to work and even some patients including one fund. we know that northern jury is seeing
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more and more of these attacks me. this is the 4th mass school kidnapping in kaduna state that you mentioned in just the last 7 months. why has this part of the country become such a dangerous place for school children? well, in general, in the notes the kids are not being, you know, very common because it does become records sort of business. but what is so special about a do not state. it's because of this tense of the governor there who said that he's not going to negotiate with bondage. and now they're actually retaliating thing that, you know, we are going to show you that actually we are capable. and we are going to make sure that you come on the table so that we can negotiate. he said he can't pay for ransom, but then they insisted that hopki did not people even q. sometimes they even go ahead actually keep the keep them up to people so that they make a strong statement, especially to this governor of the state. and for the last what we ask every time
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there is a school kidnapping in nigeria. what is the government doing to stop this? what it looks like most of the northern parts of nigeria. they have cause of course, most of schools i'm not operational anymore. that's 1. 1 way, actually protecting students. now they don't have education. then the government looks like they have run out of options. i try to, to count these inside. it's all these bond, it's in, they're not on, it's the people frustrated that the government is not able to protect the students or even even if they did not. so to answer your question, it's really difficult to know what the government is actually doing because this has been happening and it's continued to grow. and the big number of students we min children have been, it did not. and some of them i see the in the 40,
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and we can only imagine what the children and what their parents must be going through right now. the w correspondent, fred mooney, with the latest tonight on that school kidnapping in nigeria. fred, thank you. turkeys president, richard battalion era, one is famously fond of mega building projects, and now his biggest in boldness yet is underway. the assemble canal will run for 45 kilometers parallel to the boss for a straight connecting to black sea to the mediterranean, the waterway will provide a new route for oil tankers, and the government says it will boost revenue and she see right there. but it's d w julia han reports from miss them. both critic say the multi $1000000000.00 project is an environmental disaster in the making these are the 1st scopes of dirt of a colossal projects that could change a symbol geography forever. a man made waterway that will flow through new
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urban districts with new settlements for hundreds of thousands of people. canal is symbol is the largest infrastructure project he has ever seen. it's long been a dream of president ridge of type out what we're doing today. we're starting a new page in the history of turkey's development. today we are adding a new step to the path of progress for our country, the strengthening of our nation. any, anything that i feel that the controversial project is pitting turkeys president against it stumbled me up. these will not cause she's, we are against it because it threatens it stumble completely. its water, its nature, its security and earthquake safety it threatens life. in this case that make the law according to polls that's of you shared by
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a majority of the cities resident. thank you to to for my future. i say no for my kids. i say no for my grandchildren. i know that i'm against investing billions of lira and in such a project they insist on the canal and we will insist on stopping them. why is the canal so unpopular and why just add on one to build it any way to understand why the turkish government wants and you can now you have to look at the one that's already that the bus for us. it's one of the world's busiest shipping lanes, more ships, transit the ball rose than the susan panama canal, combined to many according to the turkish president, keith says a 2nd waterway is needed to prevent accidents like these. the 45 kilometer long camel has an official price. take a $15000000000.00 ships like these, the government argues will no longer have to wait days to enter the boss for us,
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and turkey will collect fees on them. but critic say president edwin's dream is an environmental nightmare. the canal will cut through agriculture. land and forests often refer to as one of the few remaining green lungs of a stumble. it threatens marine ecosystems and crucial water. reza was where they could not wash the can. now we'll start from this lagoon and run through the saddler dera damn. which is an important source of fresh water for you stumble. the city is already struggling, opening new areas for real estate development, bringing new population and destroying everything natural will make the city uninhabitable on how to get. the president, however, hoped to boost the construction sector, create thousands of jobs and turn the years of an ailing economy. the louder the opposing voices grow. we've seen the more determined he is to proceed
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with the reporting from symbol. here's another look now at some global headlines, this our hungarian prime minister, victor, or bon, has placed a full page advertisement attacking the european union. in germany's biggest selling tabloid build. the ad accuses brussels of building and an authorized superstate, and it says citizens must be saved from the dangerous challenge of migration. other newspapers have refused to carry the notes. anti l g b cim protestors have stormed the pride office in tbilisi capital of the former soviet republic of georgia. the ultra nationalists climbed onto a balcony to break in. they removed signs and rainbow flags which the leader burn journalists. emphases were also attack officials the niger by john's a massive gas field explosion was caused by a so called mud volcano. the eruption is still smoldering near the capital by authority. say there is no danger to people or the areas energy infrastructure.
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surely the national assembly has selected an indigenous woman to preside over the drafting of a new constitution. santiago, university, professor and activists. liza lawn call when an absolute majority in the 2nd round voting non con, represents the my food chain. people a group and recognize by the current constitution from the era dictator penal shit . they are hoping that a new text will afford them new, cultural, political, and social is moral that now i'm joined by my colleague here reporter benjamin alvarez, who is himself chilly and good to see. so 1st of all, why is chile getting a new constitution? chill is getting a new constitution because the majority of children decided to scrap the current constitution that they back to the time of the military dictatorship referendum that happened off the this massive social outbreak in october of 2019 and many see this current constitution as
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a constitution that is blocking progress in the country, so they hope this new constitution a new car to magna that will be drafted by this new assembly will also lead the way and paste the way for other reforms that are needed in the country. and lisa loan calling from the map, coaching indigenous people. she's been elected to lead constitutional assembly. she's going to lead the riding of this new constitution. so what does so significant about this data? it's highly significant to have him up with a woman leading this, this new process. she was elected by a vast majority of the 155 members. she's them of which a woman and their rights of the indigenous population will play a massive role. also in the drafting of you confusion and yesterday university professor call to advance to apply the national state. she went there with a flag that you can see here in the background. and she called also for a more into cultural julian publishing a new relationship with all of the indigenous groups in the country. and so that's
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why representation is so important. and it's also important to note that the 17 selected seats for the indigenous population in this assembly that will drop into confusion. we know that not everyone in chile is happy about her or this new constitution. that's right. there are some politicians specially from the right political spectrum that already calling to reject it. let's remember that after this process, once the reason you constitution there will be another referendum asking, she learns if they want to approve this referendum or not so many already calling for this re tassel. so to be against, to reject this constitution. but the majority of this 100 and 55th delegates are independent members all from the indigenous population, also left wing politician. not or not, all of them are politicians. their lawyers, their teachers, they resell, i'm gone is also an english teacher. so it will be interesting, she has the support, but of course the task is really difficult and it will not be an easy progress actually is a divided country right now the wizard. i mean, how would you describe the political situation?
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they are now still divided the way even protest yesterday. and while they were singing the national anthem, for example, they were clashes between protest this and the police. some of this assembly members went out also to support them in coal for the police to leave the area. there are also important things when it comes to the human rights violations. there's still no justice for the victims, off human rights violations that were committed by security officers. so we have this process of drafting a new constitution, but there are also other things that will make it easy or hard for this assembly to get to work. okay, d, w 's very on benjamin alvarez, group are helping us understand the political situation in his home country. julie, thank you. you're welcome. i just sports these now wimbleton. germany's number one angelie kerber made it into the quarter finals with a st. sits when camera is now the only former, when was in winter left in the women singles category. her opponent coco golf is rate 5 was ahead of her in the w t. a rankings that can be the american comfortably
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