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behind the scenes of the summit starts august, 5th on d, w. ah, the news this is the w news, a life in berlin, a life saving compromise for syria. the un security council vote unanimously to keep assyrian aid corridor opened after a last minute deal overcomes russian objections. they paved the way for another year, supplies for civilians in the revel controlled north. also on the program. tedious interim government asked for international troops to help stabilize the country.
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after the assassination of its presidents. 17 members of a hit squad are in custody, and manhood is underway to catch others on the run. ah, and a warm welcome to viewers around the world on michael ok. the un security council has voted unanimously to continue managerial 8 shipments for turkey into rebel held territory in syria. that's despite initial opposition from russia. aid will continue to pass through the border crossing at chill the google bob a how for at least the next 6 months. moscow is an ally to the syrian government and claim the aid operation violates serious sovereignty. by going through a back door border crossing rather than passing through the capital damascus,
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it took a last minute compromise with the us to keep the corridor open. aid organizations say the delivery sir vital for displaced syrians. the bible, however, border crossing a lifeline for 3400000 people can stay open, at least for now. for another 12 months. trucks can continue to deliver food medicines and corona virus vaccines from turkey into northwestern, syria. it's a region as war, almost daily islamist, insurgents and government forces fight russian jets, dropped bombs, and people have to flee more than one and a half 1000000 people living crowded camps here. many have been displaced multiple times. they lack jobs and don't have prospects for the future. they're dependent on you and aid for survival. the. now let's say you had everything we have to endure in this camp and sometimes a harder than living under a tree. if these deliveries didn't come, every month,
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we would die and the un security council reached the compromise after tough negotiations. russia was opposed, but eventually agreed to the extension. the price for doing so is still unclear. united nations coordinator mark cuts was hoping for more. and we need to make sure that we can just about food security. it's also about the health situation. it's about clean water, it's about shelter. what we really want to be doing in that area is we want to scale up this 8 operation. a sigh of relief in the camps of lib. food emergency has been averted. but the last thing solution to the conflict or even peace and northwestern syria are still out of reach. i'm going to buy more cuts. she's a un deputy regional humanitarian coordinator for syria. and he was in the report you just saw, of course, he joins us now from re huntley in turkey,
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close to that border crossing where aid is going into syria. welcome, more cuts. can you explain to viewers what the decision by the un security council will mean to people on the ground in syria? well, it means that millions of people who are trapped in a war then are going to continue to receive the vital humanitarian aid that they depend on. i mean, we're talking about almost 2000000 display people who are living in 10th and make shift show says in heretic condition, many of them do not have enough food or they don't have enough clean water and medical supplies and other support. they're entirely reliant on this 8 operation. it would have been a catastrophe if we were not able to continue that. but the fact that the security council has renewed this resolution means that we can continue this aid operation.
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now, would have been a catastrophe. you say it strikes me mark that some at home might be scratching their heads wondering why it was so difficult for countries to agree to send desperately needed food and humanitarian supplies, the civilians in a war torn region. well, it is a void. a lot of tension, there's a lot of disagreement among members of the security council about, you know, the best way forward for syria and that is affected the humanitarian operation. it's great though that the security council really came together and they would the unanimous decision from all 15 members of the security council. this is exactly the kind of unity we need on critical humanitarian issues. i only hope that they show the same kind of resolve in addressing other humanitarian much emergencies around the world, new places like and me, and mar, and t grey and elsewhere. this is
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a good sign. ultimately, what people in syria want is a solution to the crisis. that's what they want more than anything else. and of course, we hope that they will also be progress on that in the coming period. mark, i know your humanitarian aid coordinator and not a politician or diplomat, but geo politics surely play a role in how you function. so i have to ask whether you believe as some do that this still is a real breakthrough. that might signal a turning point in serious conflict. well, i think it's too early to say that, you know what, what this is going to mean and the overall political situation. but, you know, i think it's certainly a step in the right direction. we need security council members to be putting the needs of civilian 1st. we need, we need more political will to resolve this crisis to ensure that the billions are
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protected and we need more funding. so, you know, we still have a long way to go. it's still a big price in there. yeah. but yet, hopefully we are going to see something changes. that's a mark cuts from united nations many, many thanks, mark. thank you. highlighting now some other stories from around the world. dozens of parents have held a visual for them more than 129 during students kidnapped from their school earlier this week. our men radio school in nigeria still do not state to security guards were killed in the assault. it is the latest and a wave of mass fool reduction in nigeria. us president joe biden has signed an executive order aimed at creating more competition across us industries. parts of the new law target technology companies and gives the government greater power to
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scrutinize mergers, monitor their use of consumer data and respond to unfair competition in online shopping. haiti's interim government has asked washington and the united nations to send hundreds of troops to protect its key infrastructure. following the assassination of president, he drove in the morsey, the u. s. and columbia have already agreed to send intelligence officials to help the investigation. haitian police say they've captured 17 suspects and killed pre the man hunt for 8 others continues moist. he's killing has created a power vacuum. and the turmoil has left many haitians wondering whether they still have a future in their own country. seems outside the u. s. embassy importer, prince, dozens of people have come here. desperate to find a way out the country. the president's s. s. a nation has limitations shocked and fearing for their safety. some say no other solution to flee when and
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i haven't been able to close my eyes. i can't sleep at night. i came here because i'm scared. there are so many gunshots. you don't even know where they're coming from. i've abandoned my home. i can't go back, i don't know about my family. the investigation into president the other now marie, this murder is underway. patient police have detained a group of former soldiers from columbia and to do haitian american citizens. columbia police said then nationals indicated in the med, were recruited by 4 companies and travelled to haiti by the dominican republic. the interim government has off the us to send troops to help say, scott, it's key infrastructure for the time being. the u. s. has no plans to do so. both washington and budget have pledged to sent officials to support the investigation. have a couple of items for all of you will be sending senior s t i n t h s. officials to
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port a prince as soon as possible to assess the situation and how we may be able to assist . the assassination has also exposed to political false lines as different factions via to lead the country to men as taking claims to become a prime minister. while the senate has nominated a 3rd to take charge as provisional president, the poorest nation in latin america had struggled to achieve political stability for decades. i made a series of cruise and brides and gang violence. the assassination of president, my ways is plunging it into even deeper chaos. civilian hearing though bad, the cost now earlier we spoke to democratic congressman and $11.00. he is coach here of the haiti caucus in the u. s. house of representatives and has long been pushing for reassessment of us policy toward haiti. we asked him what he
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thinks needs to change in order for international support to be more fruitful. well, i think that what we have to do is work with patient civil society. broadly speaking, the legal community, the bar association, the human rights groups, the catholic church, the protestant church, the political parties, the unions in the business community. and i think they are working right now as we speak to come up with a plan for a consensus plan for a caretaker government that would take power, calm things down, restore order, and build a pathway to restore democracy. you can't just say have elections, have elections, have elections when there is no legitimate government where there is no security for the people to go to the polls. when there is no electoral council capable of registering the whole population,
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we need to build up conditions heard about verse to canister. and now where the departure of foreign troops in recent days has led to fierce fighting for control taliban rebels have seized control of much of the country. driving out government forces, many afghans citizens who are also on the run, both from the conflict and from the taliban. strict interpretation of islamic law. 0 girl has lost everything and her husband was killed by the telephone just a few days ago. and then she was forced to flee from her home in north afghan instead, at least here in refugee camp and low about she's safe for now. so it was a mission situation here has gotten much worse since the foreign troops left me. the number of women can't go on the streets alone around the extreme are making the rules that and there's fighting everywhere. i heard all the fear that the taliban
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is gaining ground daily. at present, they control around half of the country and claimed to have captured up to 85 percent. and to fighting has only intensified in recent weeks. but parts of canada stands armed forces capitulates without a fight lean to neighboring to jacob. the african government then had to secure their safe passage back to afghans than those that went on are coming back in are once again going to be in the service of their people in defense of about their day being brought back. people are standing, it's water, there is pressure, sometimes things work in our way and sometimes they don't cold comfort for the golden family. they hope peace will come soon. but for now, there's little sign that the conflict will end some sports. now, you repeat footballs, governing body you way for has ordered hungry to play 3 games behind closed doors,
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as punishment for the behavior of their fans. during euro 2020 on gary and fans had been investigated for racism and homophobia during the countries stage. matchers in budapest and unit hungry football association was also find 100000 euros and must show a banner with the slogan equal game. during future matches in tennis, novak joke of as beaten dennis shall pub love to set up a wimbledon final. with italy's mateo berry teenie on sunday jock of edge, the defending champion was push hard by the canadian, but he came through in straight sets. the serbian is chasing a record equaling 20th. the grand slam title, and a 6 at wimbledon. and a joint cap standing 8 meters high is turning heads in tokyo at nearly 900 meters in length. a huge tweedy billboard is one of the biggest to go up on display in
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japan. it's lifelike. imagery is tracking a growing audience both on the street and online. but it's feline depiction is just for technology testing purposes, where the official display to be launched on july 12th you're all up to date. next, stop a look at how indigenous coffee farmers in guatemala have become big exports. after turning to an old idea, when you said 45 minutes, the goal was right in front of them. they gave them certainly we agreed to postpone the olympic games that tokyo 2020 from course during the qualifying ground floor sports heroes countdown during lockdown starts july 19th
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