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[000:00:00;00] ah, [000:00:00;00] was ah, faces data, but he is live from berlin. indonesia is hit by its biggest 3rd of corona virus cases. yet as hospital struggle, i made a shortage of oxygen and bent. we'll hear why it is one of the, well, the highest rates of child this kind of 19, also on the program u. k prime minister bars, johnson says covert non restrictions will be scrapped on july 19th, rules on face masks and social distances will be lifted across england. even though
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new infections are on the rise, the opposition calls the move reckless saca italian fans hope for more reason to celebrate women play spain later in a european championships, demi final ah i'm rebecca writ is welcome to the program. indonesia is facing its biggest surge of corona virus infections so far. the delta variant has rapidly pushed up case numbers in indonesia, leaving hospitals in a critical state and facing a shortage of oxygen to treat patients. the government now says it's preparing for a worst case scenario. camped outside an overcrowded hospital cove in 1900 patients fighting for their lives. the highly
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contagious delta vary until swept through indonesia overwhelming the health system and leaving families in a desperate hunt for oxygen. for stricken relatives i used to refill at a kiosk near home, but there is no supply there. so i came here. the government is struggling to fill the gaps in something that the demand for oxygen has increased 3 to 4 fold. and that hamper distribution. ma'am, i don't know if there is indeed a shortage. and we have asked the 5 biggest oxygen suppliers to dedicate 100 percent of their production to medical needs. we've got to find them to stop the spread of the corona virus. the government has imposed a partial lockdown. it also wants to step up vaccination efforts, but with doses in short supply and only around 5 percent of the population fully
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vaccinated. another shortage is making itself felt. to cope with the rising death toll farmland, across the country is hastily being converted into make shift graveyards on target groups. the children says is deeply worried about the impact of the pandemic on children in indonesia. i'm joined now by dina, south korea from safe. the children in indonesia. mister, saturate, thanks for your time. and children have been globally generally less affected by covert 19 than adults, but the number of indonesian children contracting the corona virus has tripled since may and more and more a di and why is that? yes. good morning to you too. well, we really don't know why this is happening, but the 6.5 percent chance of children is what gives us very concerning. and and the reason
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is one of the reason perhaps, and one of the things that we are trying to look at government is to not children, which i've already done the last couple of days. but really watch alias and basic services. it's already depending where you live and where we work in the most basic stuff, this is difficult and, and especially also to get the also because the big wealth. so this would be widely widely enough. and i think this is one of the costs of the children as well. how will in the, in the visual coat and countries like it with, with vaccines remaining and such short supply. and as you say, those access issues, how will they manage to combat the current of ours?
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yes, i think of course to go home and doing whatever they can right now. but i think an initial also need to reach out to different government or other countries. respect and so trying to process, looking in but all the sources as well as industry is corporate that can help, you know, put this in more spread over the show basically. i mean, it is also a lot of resources as well. how to manage that and to be widely enough and what other measures are the entities and government taking to try and combat this edge?
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yes. now the government already have trick or restriction since 2 or 3 days ago. but i hope that was happening like 4 or 3 weeks ago. only focusing on in jo island. but we are also at that i think that more widely. so. so restriction, well, what this will be will be especially for the site or as well. great. i thank you very much, dana cetera, from safe the children in indonesia. and while indonesia struggles to contain the fall out from the delta vary in the u. k. appears to be entering a new stage in the pandemic. u. k prime minister barak johnson has laid out plans to end most corona virus restrictions on july 19th. that's despite arise in infection right across the country. the measures include graphing rules on wearing masks and social distance thing. the opposition labor party is calling the move
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reckless. but with most of the adult population now vaccinated, johnson says people have to learn to live with the virus. after nearly 16 months of mass lock downs and other restrictions, england is ready to return to normal. am britton's prime minister says it's a case of no or never. 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, then the saucer sells. when will we be able to return to normal? thanks beth. very much john, she says england has to balance the risk of corona virus against the effects of locked owns on people's livelihoods and health. both physical and mental. but the leader of the opposition says the prime minister made the decision without waiting for the latest data to throw off all protections. but the site and time when the
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infection rate is still going all is reckless. and a global health officials agree warning governments against relaxing restrictions too quickly. i think overall, we've made a very premature run, rush back to full normality and i think we're going to pay a price for that because we're not there with vaccination. the variance are really there and we have protected a lot of people. but on the streets of london, there was plenty of support for the relaxation with the economy for most in people's minds. i think it's a drug track down a long yes. the suitcases, but not very many. people seem to be very suffering with it so much. i think the economy and mental health is suffering. i cannot frisson. all right. i think it was for her. there were concerns about people who are
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going to be exposed to voters, but yeah, we've got to get the economy the changes, the 19th of july affected me, england, scotland, wales, and northern ireland are lifting restrictions more slowly when it's take a look now at some of the developments in the pandemic data from israel shows the bio tech 5 vaccine is less effective and preventing mild corona, virus infections. scientists believe this is because of the highly transmissible delta variance, but they say the vaccine is still highly effective in stopping serious illness or hospitalizations. germany has announced they will a quarantine rules for travelers from the u. k. portugal, russia, india, and nepal. those who are fully vaccinated will no longer need to isolate after they enter the country and lock them. the prime minister is in a serious but stable condition in hospital after contracting cove at 19 soviet battelle was, protect, partially vaccinated against the virus with one astro. any could jab let's take
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a look at some of the other stories making news around the world. now, a plane carrying 28 people has lost radio contact in eastern russia. officials say the cross may have crashed into the ocean or hit the ground near that come chap, kept peninsula civil defense teams have been sent to the area to search for the plane. i'm in chancellor, i'm going to michael and french president, emmanuel mack hall, have held a video conference with their chinese counsel changing ping. they discussed issues ranging from climate change to human rights. she told the pair that he hopes to expand chinese cooperation with europe and tropical storm elsa has hit key was capital havana with heavy rains and winds of nearly a 100 kilometers per hour. flooding has been reported as rivers birthday banks. forecast is say, the storm will next head to florida in atlanta market independence day with a military right. president nicholas missouri says he's committed to restoring
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prosperity to the countries island economy. the opposition that says madeira is a dictator who rigged his re election in 2018 more than 140 children have gone missing after armed men attacked school in northwest nigeria . police say the gunman opened fire and overpowered security guards at bethel baptist high school in kaduna state. missing children, i believe, to have been kidnapped. gangs have been increasingly targeting schools and colleges in the area around a 1000 students have been abducted in nigeria since december. 100 great boca her on with the 1st again, international attention with its math kidnapping, of almost 300 school girls in northern virginia, back in 2014. since then, it's kept up its campaign of terror targeting schools, churches, and villages. now one catholic priest is trying to help a community by building a school clinic and mosque in
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a muslim majority area. the w fred maloney traveled to the village of pagoda outside the capital of boucher. the every sunday christians gather to worship in these church. then they pray for their nation, they ask god for peace and harmony. but the priest has been doing more than just praying. his building a bridge between muslims and christians, to his actions. he helped raise funds to be the most in our climate that is very divisive. a lot of hatred, religious inter intolerance, bigotry. we have shown through this singular act that we can work together, that we as christians and muslims, where are children of don't x. but the religious in tories is the main
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cause of tensions between christians and losing him. tell them have been killed in the interface virus recent. he has to pay the mom. i do. the ministration has failed nigerians and they just called free have only been accept baited by poverty or lack of resources. this is a part of the charge towards these predominant museum community is seen by men and i did. and as a unifying factor between muslims and christians, the most was completed in made these yeah. do it by moving rooms and paid for with money raised by father. i used to doco people from the museum community can worship for the kids the via job target never had anything like this. so it means that great these to them. emily, who are they doing again? everybody will respect one another why?
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dean is required to begin with and they will respect each other's faith. now by then some attention will not tarnish the image of your religion, nor will you tarnish minds. move ins and christians have come to support extended by the catholic church and i'm new law in glory. be to go look um when do that you? of course we are happy indeed. but if someone comes to build you a place of worship that you would be happy to be. luckily, i don't, i didn't see anything wrong by christine judy in. most schools are working because we are all actually created by god for 5 that can you work to view that sorted on society is working in progress. the essence is to show that
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we can live together. we can work together well children of god and religion is not for hatred or to show love but not to of must be knighted. he said. and he hopes every single nigeria and can do their part to the view the united nation free of country. in northern afghanistan, more than a 1000 soldiers have abandoned their posts and fled to neighboring ca. jacobs. the taliban fighters overran most districts in the production province. the armed group has been gaining territory across ghana, stone since international troops started pulling out. and now they've many afghans worried about their future. these afghan people are determined to leave the country. that's why thousands of them have gathered at this passport, office and capital cobble trying to find a way out their future has become too uncertain. as the fact of the
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us troops withdrawal will start to unfold from all according to the districts have fallen. there's not a single district without fighting a tale. bon, have even reached the chief of police, his office, and provincial capitals. i've come here to get my passport and get out of afghanistan. it's not safe here. many embassies have registered a dramatic increase in the number of visa and passport applications. as the tale, bon advances, people fear the hard one progress over the past 2 decades will start to roll back. women and girls, for example, went from near total exclusion from public life to being able to work and study in mix schools today. now these gains are hanging in the balance. very recently, we have reports that just districts that have been taken over by the taliban. they have already imposed restrictions on women on media. for instance,
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women are in the high, reportedly not allowed to leave the house without a male chaperone clinics have been closed. there's also reports of media blackout. this is happening despite the tale. bonds promises that the public has nothing to fear and the situation could intensify. the group has already made significant territorial gains in the past months. i've gone forces struggling to hold them off. now our people thinking, if our government and not to control the situation, maybe the civil war will restart. so that's the main problem. why people trying to go abroad those who couldn't afford a visa of seeking to leave illegally? many of them are young people. they're about to cross the border to
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iran before embarking on further journeys, hoping to secure a better future counsel president sha michelle is visiting lithuania today. i made a record influx of migrants entering the country and the european union from bella . ruth's hold on 560 people have crossed the internet since friday. that's a record compared to recent is better, isn't strong, manly, to alexander lucas shank had threatened not to stop migrants from entering lithuania in response to ease sanctions against his regime. they w correspondent, konstantin. exit is in lithuania in the capital. vilnius constantine, who are these migrants and where are they coming from then mostly coming from the near middle east. i think that the majority of them are from iraq, syria, and it's done,
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although there are other countries too. and maybe the list of the geography will spread because last week mr. lucas shan't go. announce that he's comfortable, receive people from 73 countries. these are free for 5 days. that's an open invitation for anyone who want to cross into the, the european union via the russian border to come and why is this happening now? well, it is a pull out from the run air incident and it's lucas shank was a response to the decision by the use impose sanction. essentially, stop any kind of meaningful air communication with the dealer and his decision to walk out of the partnership. and what's more important, the you have dealt with a real national migrant agreement, is
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a way of waging warfare all the european union trying to bend the will of the you and force you to make the specialist. but there's one thing that people here in venice, i mean in the political discussing lucas frank is very tightly tied to today. he wouldn't have done this without and not from moscow. so increasingly i keep hearing, but in fact, it is not only luca shank goes vengeance on the you, but it is also the gremlins for proxy war will bite proxy on the european union right closely, orchestrated by russia then company as we heard a new chief child's michelle's in lithuania today, what is the european union doing to help lithuania in this situation? i think that the european union is trying to help in terms of 1st school supports from projects the european border agency also hold it's
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cranium services that can participate in accommodating the migraines. and that is the army of the police. the civil rescue 7 and a lot of volunteers from the problem are increasing. they will hear from the automated bit organization rather than union that is helping the on the usually supply the supporting the army. they will also probably participate in that, in terms of the european union farms up from it. and what is it more important to us that it will not leave any alone and that those across the, the going to be recovery that, that, that is what there were some of the party lines last week. and this is, i think this support will be a resource today. marshalls michelle also met that has been in for them. you know, yesterday i think if you want to accommodate the migraines and build the 10th it is already being built around in this it will be also granted by the
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on constantine. thank you. they w, constant take constantine, exit in vilnius are becoming an american citizen. is for many immigrants, a dream come true from all her thumb at only comes after years of uncertainty bought us president joe biden has just launched a new strategy aimed at encouraging more immigrants in the states to the see the path to citizenship carrying the gym, or i went to meet some new americans to find out what citizenship means to them. oh see, can you see where the house and new americans have been welcomed all over the country within the last week and they have been waiting for at least 5 years for this very moment to happen. this celebration took place among vernon, the home of the 1st us president, george washington, russia. sudan. 39 people from 32 different countries are now american. your for agreed? no, sir,
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for the u. s. army since 2019. he's waited for 5 years to become an american citizen feeder. i always see that freedom judges from where i come from, where i am right now. there's a big difference when it comes to freedom comes to respect for human life and comes to human rights. and all of those things are things that are anywhere outside america. but in america, something we enjoy in abundance. so freedom is indeed the big thing. i'm so excited about being an american citizen who was born in vietnam on a communist country. yet i used to be a commented party member and i renounce it. so i joined this country and they accepted me. this country have democracy and freedom. my son made
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a right 6 years ago with her family from sudan. i am a long time full come citizen here. thank you. thank you so much, pam. so have the, you know, the number of not realizations has little to do with the fitting president and has always been that high. it only went down last year because of cove. if you're the tower tells every year, encourage you to come back to your nation of immigrants and we are stronger as a country, as you, when you bring in a diverse and inclusive crowd from depth from different countries and cultures. and it just makes us better. as a country and i be a united states was billed 245 years or more to support now on the final for footballs. european championship gets under way tonight. in 1st semi final spain challenge italy for the right to play in sunday's
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final. both sides enjoyed close games in the last round. not a revitalized italy look to have the upper hand hudy's ride home after their course. the final, whenever belgium was reminiscent of the good old days of italian football. historically, italy is expected to challenge for every euros title. the victory of belgium helped ease the fans pain of 2018 when italy didn't even qualify for the world cup. there was reason to celebrate in the streets of rome, once again, whatever. i want to thank a coach about the mancini because it's all thanks to him. i expected italy to be strong, but they're better than i expected. the fans will not be able to travel to london to support that team, but there are nearly twice as many italians living in the u. k. a spaniards still,
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mancini sees the fixture as being even the title of italy, in spain, or in the semi finals that means they have deserved it in both of their own merits . i think we have a 50 percent chance. ok. but when do you see, i know i'm into in the previous map, standout player leonardo spin, sold at all his achilles tendon and italy, 2nd, full back to get injured at the tournament. a glimmer of hope for spain, who have no such injury concerns, but scraped past switzerland after penalties in the quarter final. they do have the better recent record in this fixture though, spain have lost just twice to italy and the last 13 encounters winning 7. however, given the choice between the 2 countries, dishes, british predict the dog, the psychic sausage was tempted by the serrano but eventually shows the lives on the intent as well done before. alexander has crushed out of wimbledon, and the last 16,
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