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rule of judgment and the decision taken by the constitutional court to return to hearing him, making his argument in his case as to why the court should be even hearing this case. but the court that sentenced mister to my to 15 months in jail. the court that found him guilty of contempt is the highest court in the land. that court takes place. it is all right. okay. what a legal scholars saying about mr. zoom is the chances of success in the high course . well, not very many people think that he's going to be very lucky in this particular court. many legal experts who have been speaking on the matter off to view that this court does not has the jurisdiction the authority to overrule what the supreme court of the country has taken a decision on. and of course, it's certainly what we heard from the the judge here asking zoom is conflict, explain why the case has even been for to this case to this particular court. so what we know, phil is there are 2 processes he had next week on monday. we'll go to the supreme
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court and he's going to ask the court to to basically ricin, the decision that it took to find him guilty to sentence him. he's all doing that. it is unfair on him that a jail pages of 15 months at his age and the height of the pandemic is effectively a death sentence. what he's here to do today to ask this particular course to have to stop the police from arresting him because the police have until midnight to make sure he is in a correctional facility. because he didn't surrender himself in the 5 day period that he was given. right. mr. zoom himself is he's not in court. is a, he's a time at home in kazi lu natal, where lots of his supporters have gathered. and it sounds like a rather tense situation. that is compound it absolutely is. the police minister spoke on this issue because the gatherings that are happening outside mr. murray, legal currency in south africa because of the new mission and away because of the
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public. because of the code in 1900 restrictions. very little social distancing. often people are not way more than the police were taken to talk as to why they've not acted, why they've not disposed the crowds. and one thing the policeman to say it was on sunday. for example, we hundreds of people outside his home resume himself, came out and addressed the supporters. there was intelligence officials on the ground and believe that some 100 people or 100 firearms were insert amongst those supporters. the police minister said he did not want a scenario where there was provocation, and then escalation of silence. so you do get the sense that they're trading carefully. law enforcement that is here outside the court. a small group of students support has also made their way here. police able to de escalate that situation, but we already saw a show of force ready police were armed with, with the brother, bullet guns basically ready to, to, to move in on the order. so it is being viewed as a very tense situation. someone's in the support of my spoken to even today this morning here outside the court date. they say that they're willing to go far with
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this, that they will fight and they're willing to die in defense of the president who they believe is under political persecution. so the situation is really tense and law enforcement is trading, so people will be no, sorry, phil, is that this court? whatever comes out today, the police minister has until wednesday midnight to arrest the former president. ok . thank you for that, christine, going to in piano maddox, but we'll take a look at some other stories making news around the world will start in hong kong where police say they've uncovered a plot to bomb caught tunnels and the railway network authorities seized explosives that arrested 9 people on suspicion of terrorist activities thinks of the detained suspect, the high school students, beijing, and post the controversial security level on the former british probably a year ago. you can german chancellor anglo macklin, french president emmanuel macro have held a video cool with a chinese counterpart, gigi, and ping in discussions on issues ranging from climate change to human rights.
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president said he hopes to expand a chinese corporation with your car. you can see those career is increasing pandemic prevention measures according to state media, the leader of the country, kim jones, on issue decrypting statement last week, criticizing senior officials for the handling of the crisis film. yon has no officially confirmed covered 19 cases. indonesia has reported a record 728 corona virus, death in a day, as it faces the deadliest way the infections since upon demik began. the spike is being blamed on the delta variant and overstretched hospitals are facing oxygen shortages. the government is appealing to neighboring countries for help camped outside and overcrowded hospital cove in 1900 patients fighting for their lives. the highly contagious delta vary until swept through indonesia overwhelming
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the health system and leaving families in a desperate hunt for oxygen, for stricken relatives. i used to refill it a kiosk near home, but there is no supply there. so i came here. the government is struggling to fill the gaps, get something that the demand for oxygen has increased $3.00 to $4.00 fold and that's hampered distribution from that 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 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 vaccinated, another shortage is making itself felt. to cope with the rising death toll farmland,
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across the country is hastily being converted into make shift graveyards. children generally less seriously affected by coven 19 and are those. but the number of indonesian children contracting corona virus is triple since may, and an increasing number, a dying. some jo cabana police chief of health in indonesia for the un children's fund units. welcome to d. w. do we know why coven 19 is sitting in donation children so much harder than elsewhere? thanks very much for having us on the show. so in terms of the overall numbers and indonesia, children have about 12.6 percent that have been affected in terms of the cobra. 1900 cases, which is around the age of 18 years and locally compared cost about $100.00 countries. we're looking at about 13 percent so engineer is comparable in terms of
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the case numbers. many of these cases do tend to be a symptomatic or less serious. however, where there are concerns around the depth rates. we got about 1.2 percent of children dying from cove it as a result of the recent case increase. and this is attributed to a variety of factors. one of them is the increased the numbers overall in the country pushed a notch bod by the variant. but then there's also cases of under reporting under testing or in some cases make mix mis diagnosis. we also do know that children have higher rates of cold war, but didn't t like asthma and pneumonia have generally immunocompromised systems which make them move hon. jacoby. so this is, this is some of the reasons why we are seeing the numbers. but besides the direct impact of cov, at 19, we're also seeing an indirect impact of cobit 19 on children's health and well
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being that the stemming from strained health systems, loss of household income disruption, in terms of seeking behavior, like immunization, etc, which is all contributing to the overall health and wellbeing of children in the country and what sort of states is the vaccination program at so now about 18 percent of the population of the population has been vaccinated. the government has received refers dose. the government has been stepping up assets on various funds from to ensure that there's going to be larger coverage across the country. they're doing this on various brands, is improving the health systems, increasing various jose procurement options through by natural agreements to the callbacks facility, which is watered by the international community and global partners. they're also
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looking to increase vaccine demand across the country. they're looking at targeting valuable groups and populations like teachers, but also the elderly coming up with some innovative ways, for example, to ensure as any that are coming to get the pensions can also get that back seen. so there's a lot that's happening across the board in terms of using the vaccination coverage, and i'm really pulling out all the stops in indonesia. thank you so much for outlining that for us. so we can delay from unicef, indonesia. we'll take a look at some more developments in the pan derek starting in israel, where data indicates that the bomb tech 5 vaccine is less effective against mild corona virus infections. scientists attribute this to the delta various but say the vaccine is highly effective at stumping serious illness and hospitalizations. germany these in quarantine rules for travelers from the u. k. portugal, russia, india, and the poll fully vaccinated people will no longer need to isolate on arrival. and
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luxembourg prime minister is in a serious but stable condition in hospital after contracting over 19 severe battelle has only been partially vaccinated with the astrazeneca job. in germany for men have been sentenced to prison for between 10 and 14 years for their roles in one of the countries biggest child abuse scandals and a case that shocked the nation. they drugged and raped children sometimes for days in a garden summer house. in the city of munster, the ringleader was also said to have filmed and distributed videos of assaults on his partner's underwrite, sun. 50 suspects linked to these crimes are being tried in other german cities. the w political correspondent has sprung can tell us more. welcome hans, i'm. that's not with the background to this case. well, the 4 men that were convicted today, part of a very extensive ring of child pornography. the ring leader had to set up
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a computer server in his cellar and was distributing videos of child abuse us through the internet across germany, and possibly internationally. the full men had celebrated a birthday party by abusing 3 young boys filming themselves doing this and distributing the videos. also convicted today was a woman, the mother of the main perpetrator. it was her garden hudson, which all of this took place and she knew what was going on. so she was convicted as an accessory. there are another handful of people who have already been convicted as part of this investigation, but there are at least 50 other investigations continue. and 30 people are in custody at the moment. so it's going to continue for a long time. the men who were convicted today will say the sentences and after that they will go into protect preventive custody because one expects that they might go
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back to this kind of abuse. so they'll be out of circulation for a very long time. so it's jail 10 to 14 years, with more cases still to come. all these sentences likely to satisfy the victims families. well, this guys, we have to say unfortunately, as the victims, families are the perpetrators. these are all the sons of some of the people that committed this abuse or their step children. the sentences are very close to the maximum possible sentences in germany, which is 15 years, anything else beyond murder. but as i said, the perpetrators will be going into prevent of custody. so they will serve very, very long sentences. victims organizations have been saying that is very important that these investigations are happening that the sentences of being passed. because it raises awareness and society that these abuses are happening. the police are saying that they have
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a huge mountain of evidence still to be assisted through that have been spending millions to increase the capacity for investigation. there are 2 special prosecutors dealing only with this case so we can expect that this will go on for many, many years to come. i thank you for that. that the w correspondent has brant l g b t q campaign is have been forced to counsel georgias 1st prior to march organizer called off the parade after protest as attack, journalist and activists of their offices in the capital. tbilisi opposition. politicians are blaming the government for encouraging violence and fighting to protect l g. b t. community is what was meant to be a march dignity instead turned into a march of violence when ultra nationalist fall right protest is took to the streets of b, c. and an anti l g b to rally an angry mob ransacked the offices of the local l g b, t, pride,
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organization, and the tax activists. and journalists, politicians and georgia, leaving the government for encouraging violence. or maybe there are many responsible people, but when the violence is openly announced in the country and it is not prevented the main responsible person is the government. not turning. the violence were very clear, but the interior ministry was not prepared enough to prevent this violence. the green light to this violence was given by the prime ministers very shameful and unlawful statement made in the morning. some of these are the words that many considered responsible for inciting the violence when the young today's l. g b t mark poses a threat of confrontation was, as you know, the majority of our population considers today's rally unacceptable. which is why i
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do not think it should be held on ro, steadily avenue out in which other this is going to be, is there? what happens next caused international abroad police were quickly overwhelmed by the massive pride activists was forced to flee when demonstrators started thrown objects at them. some orthodox clerks were also among the anti l. g b t. protests. the conservative orthodox church, a powerful force in georgia, is largely opposed to l g. b t writes called on the supportive together for a public prayer on monday, against the pride, march ga, be criminalized time of suction ality in 2000. but not everyone has accepted that so let's take a look at some more stories making news around the world are caught in ballard. bruce, a sentence deposition politician. i think about article 214 years in jail for,
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for the form of bank who was arrested last year before a district presidential election that sparked nationwide demonstrations. he maintains his innocence. daybreak found in eastern russia is believed to have come from a missing plane with $28.00 people on board, the aircraft project, people on board. the acura, when the radar contact was lost, the local report suggests that there are no survivors. civil defense teams assessing the area i can film festival is preparing to reopen, other to restrictions of being east social distance thing will subdue the normally glamorous event that will subdue the numerous normally glamorous event in which 24 phones will compete for the top price. the palm dual american director spike lead
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had the jury, the 1st black leader of the judges. the 1st film on the program will be i met a music by french director and the okay. the w some correspondence got rocks for is in can for tonight said grand opening. welcome, scott, you've got the hardest jobs. how does it feel to be back on the code to does your last is pandemic height? as yes, thanks. yeah. so i don't want to make everyone, they are jealous in berlin, but of course this will be easy to be back here. the weather is phenomenal. everyone's finally returning to the syllabus again, returning to the festivals again. the, the atmosphere here is really electric. ahead of tonight's opening a night film. and so yeah, it feels amazing to be back. the only one complaint i have is that it's so hot that i'm going to i think i'm just going to die. when i put my tuxedo on tonight to walk the red carpet, but that's a very, very minor issue. all right, just a little,
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a little ramos fall in all of our lives at some stage. let's talk about tonight's opening a phone. this is a rock opera. yes, exactly, and you mentioned a french director, but it's actually an adaptation of a concept album by an art house band called sparks, who i don't know if you know they've been sort of a cult band for oh, really? since the late sixty's, when they started there now in the seventy's, these new brothers, male brothers who created this opera about a stand up comic play by adam driver and offer senior play by my uncle. he supposed to be for normally visually and emotional powerful film. and i think sort of really appropriate one to, to kick off of the cam film festival because it looks like a real celebration of the big screen. and that is really what, what this festival, especially happening at this time, is really all about, okay, so that's a net which other films are you looking forward to a couple of
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films. i'm looking forward to the films that were supposed to be here last year at the cannes film festival that we're ready for last year. but because the 1st slide to be cancelled because of a coven, they've held back until now, so nobody's seen them. there's the new wes anderson film, the french dispatch, which like every wes anderson tells, just packed with stars. timothy charlemagne told us with bill murray all who are expect to be here on the right carpet behind me for that for the premier. so really looking forward to that movie and then cancel was great for having a scandal film, and i'm hoping this year that's going to be been detail, which is the new film from basic instinct director, paul, for whom. and it's a true life, lesbian. nun thriller from the middle ages based in the middle ages. so obviously lots pull up there will see if it's as scandalous as everyone thinks it might be. or as i hope it will be. but those at least are 2 of the films that i've been waiting for now for almost over a year. now. a true life, lesbian, none thriller,
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there's a sentence that ever. so i'd say on international news. but it will serious note some of the major news today that has been as of american filmmakers, richard donna, no real connection with can, but he leaves quite a legacy. no, i mean can, of course is known for celebration of art house films of tourist about richard donner was not that richard honor was one of the great one of the greatest directors of commercial blockbuster cinema. he, he basically invented at least to genre with his skilled superman, he created the, the new superhero movie jaundra, and with lethal weapon. he basically invented the buddy cop genre. he was a phenomenally successful director, his systems gross access of a $1000000000.00 worldwide. and he'll be really, really sorely best, even here in can, which although it doesn't tend to celebrate blockbuster cinema still respects the
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really hollywood commercial cinema. next week, we're going to have the, the right car for going to the french premier of f 9. the new film and the fast and furious franchise, which is just as kind of sort of big budget blockbuster entertainment that richard daughter would've been proud of. good. talking to scott, trying to get some then scott ross, for in can and sport the pandemic as far as the cancellation of form in a one's australian grand prix for the 2nd year. and he rode last year, racing march was canceled. the last minute at the pandemic to code, this year's rates in melbourne was shifted from its usual seasoning season. opening spot to late november of the form of the warm fans will not have to wait until next year, as will motivate fans. because october's moto g, p s also be canceled which is 4 teams left in the european football championship. the 1st of the semi finals kicks off in a few hours
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a spain take on italy for a place in the final. both sides got through close games in the last round, but a revitalized italy looks like having the upper hand the, the as hudy's ride home after their quarter final whenever belgium was reminiscent of the good old days of italian football. historically, italy is expected to challenge for every euro's title. the victory of belgium helped ease defends 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 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,
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but there are nearly twice as many italians living in the u. k. a spaniards still, mancini sees the fixture as being even the thought. it was by edison italy, in spain or in the semi finals that means they have deserved it both of their own merits. i think we have a 50 percent chance between 2. obviously, i know i'm in the previous match, standout player leonardo spin, sold at all his achilles tendon and in italy. second, 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 which is predict a dog, the psychic sausage was tempted by the serrano but eventually chose the lives on. yeah, i thought since you're up to date,
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